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    "One of [the] most celebrated works of modern SF."

    Frank Herbert. Dune. Philadelphia / New York: Chilton Books, 1965.

    First edition. Large octavo. 412 pages, including multiple appendices, plus a note about the author.

    Publisher's light blue cloth with white lettering to spine. In original pictorial dust jacket. Light wear and edge-toning to the boards. Slightly skewed. Light dust-soiling to the text block edges. Internally, very clean. Dust jacket is a bit tired, with rubbing and light soiling. Very minor loss at the spine ends and corners, with well-executed clear tape reinforcements at these areas on the verso of the jacket. Overall, a very good copy of an exceedingly rare classic of science fiction.

    "One of [the] most celebrated works of modern SF" (Barron 199).


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    April, 2011
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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