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    Robert A. Heinlein. Revolt in 2100. Chicago, Shasta Publishers, [ 1954]. Second printing. Inscribed by Forrest J Ackerman to Jerry Weist, on the half-title page: "Jerry / How revolting! / Forry." Also inscribed to Jerry Weist by Shasta publisher Mel Korshak, on the dedication page: "Jerry: As well you know, Hubert Rogers used me as the model for John Lyle on the cover painting for this book. Mel Korshak." Octavo. 317 pages. Small stain to lower margin of title page and facing page. Bottom board edges scuffed. A couple of stray blue marks to front panel of jacket. A near fine copy, with Forry Ackerman's triangular silver library sticker on the spine of the mylar cover. From the Jerry Weist Collection.

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    September, 2011
    12th-13th Monday-Tuesday
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