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    Six A. E. van Vogt First Editions, One Signed, including:
    The Weapon Makers (Providence: The Hadley Publishing Company, 1947), first edition of 1,000 copies printed, 224 pages, jacket and frontis by Allan Halladay, maroon cloth with gilt titles, 12mo (5.5" x 7.75"), dust jacket. Very good in a very good unclipped dust jacket.
    Signed and Numbered First Edition of Masters of Time (Reading, Pennsylvania: Fantasy Press, 1950), first edition, 227 pages, illustrated, red leather with gilt lettering on spine, 12mo (5.5" x 7.5"), dust jacket (in protective Mylar). Number 408 of 1,000 first edition copies, signed "All the best always A. E. van Vogt" on the limitation page. Also contains the story "The Changeling". Dust jacket design and illustrations by Edd Cartier. One of the four initial inductees into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame, A.E. van Vogt is an original master of the golden age of science fiction. Very good condition, slightly shelf-cocked and foxed at the pastedowns. Very good dust jacket.
    The War Against the Rull (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1959), first printing, 244 pages, 12mo (4.75" x 7.75"), dust jacket. Very good condition in a very good unclipped dust jacket.
    The World of A (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1948), first edition, 246 pages, jacket design by Leo Manso, blue boards with off-white titles, 12mo (5" x 7.75"), dust jacket. Very good condition, with light foxing on the bottom textblock edge and mild edge wear. The dust jacket is also very good, with mild shelf wear present.
    The Weapon Shops of Isher (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1952), first UK edition, 231 pages, black cloth with silver titles, 8vo (5.25" x 8"), dust jacket. Book is in very good condition, with toning to the edges and pages, a shelf-cocked spine, and mild edge wear. There is ex-library sticker residue to the bo

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