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    Arthur C. Clarke. Sands of Mars. New York: Gnome, [1952]. First American edition. Inscribed by Clarke to Gnome Press publisher, Martin Greenberg.

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    Arthur C. Clarke. Sands of Mars. New York: Gnome Press, Inc., [1952]. First American edition. Presentation copy, inscribed by Clarke to Gnome Press publisher, Martin Greenberg on the front free endpaper.

    Inscribed " To Martin Greenberg/wishing you all the best-/from/A C Clarke". Inscribed by Greenberg in the upper corner of the front pastedown: "Gnome Press/File Copy/Martin Greenberg". Octavo. [vi], [216, [2, blank] pages. Publisher's binding, dust jacket. Some rubbing, foxing, and soiling to jacket, a few tiny chips to jacket, mild rubbing to binding. Still, Near fine.

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