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    Frank Herbert. Dune. Philadelphia and New York: Chilton, [1965]. First edition. Octavo (8.875 x 5.875 inches; 228 x 147 mm.). xxvi, 412, [2] pages. Publisher's vivid greenish blue cloth; spine lettered in white; in original, reinforced dust jacket. Spine very gently skewed; corners and spine ends tapped; edges faintly sunned; light wear to folds. A few very minor splashes to the fore edge of the text. Jacket lightly worn at edges and folds, with mild creasing around front fold; spine ends very slightly frayed; rear panel lightly toned with tiny touches of soil; small closed tear at lower edge of front fold; folds and spine panel very subtly reinforced with tissue on verso, causing some very faint discoloration. A nearly fine copy in a well-preserved sophisticated dust jacket. Housed in custom clamshell case. From the Collection of Daniel J. King.

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    March, 2018
    7th Wednesday
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