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    Ray Bradbury. Fahrenheit 451. Illustrated by Joe Mugnaini. New York: Ballantine Books, Inc., [1953]. First edition, limited issue, limited to 200 copies in Johns-Manville Quinterra (an asbestos material), of which this is number nineteen, and signed by the author. Octavo. [vi], [201], [1, ads] pages; signed limitation sheet inserted at front. Includes two short stories not in the trade issue: The Playground and The Rock Cried Out. Publisher's white asbestos binding, spine and front board lettered in red. Backstrip dulled; binding binding lightly rubbed with some minor even soiling; two short tears at front joint. Page edges lightly soiled; endpapers lightly discolored with some light thumbsoiling; text block faintly toned. Still, a very good copy. Currey p. 44.

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