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    George O[liver] Smith. SIGNED. Venus Equilateral. Philadelphia: The Prime Press, 1947. First edition, first printing. 2000 copies printed. Signed by Smith. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-13 [14] 15-455 [456: blank], illustrations by Sol Levin, original red cloth, spine stamped in black, yellow endpapers. A fine copy in very good dust jacket with some faint blue ink offset from another jacket on the spine panel and some foxing along top edge of rear panel, upper extremities of flaps, and along rear flap fold. The jacket is trimmed 3 mm shorter than the book (as are many other examples of this jacket we have seen).

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    The author's first book. A collection of hard SF stories first published in Astounding Science Fiction during the 1940s. 5-page introduction by John W. Campbell, Jr. Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 3-702.

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    17th Thursday
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