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    Isaac Asimov. The Robots of Dawn. Huntington Woods, Michigan: Phantasia Press, 1983.

    First edition. One of 35 lettered and signed deluxe limited edition copies, this being the letter "Q." Octavo. 336 pages.

    Full morocco leather with metal and plastic design elements on front board, including an affixed metallic robot head and a metallic "Positronic brain" which is inset into a clear plastic panel with a red and blue ionic "cloud" background. Silver lettering at spine and silver design elements on verso board. Metallic endpapers. Signed and numbered in silver ink on a special limitation page. Absolutely pristine and perfect - a must have for any Asimov collector. From the Robert and Diane Yaspan Collection.


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    February, 2008
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
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