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    Frank Herbert. Dune. Radnor, Pennsylvania: Chilton Books, [1965]. First edition, sixth printing. Simultaneously published in Don Mills, Ontario by Thomas Nelson & Sons. Signed by Frank Herbert in two places, on the title page after crossing out his printed name as he typically does, and on the front free endpaper. Octavo. xxvi, 412, [413, about the author], [414, blank] pages. Dust jacket art by John Schoenherr. Publisher's red cloth, spine lettered in white, in original dust jacket. Light rubbing and wear to the corners and top and bottom of spine cloth, edges lightly soiled, minor rubbing and wear to the jacket with just a very small amount of chipping and wear at the corners and folds, else very good or better. A clean lovely copy boasting two Herbert signatures.

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