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[THEODORE STURGEON] CAVIAR. Ballantine Books, New York, 1955. First Edition. True first edition BB 119 with the original 35 cents on cover. Condition: Good+. With creases to spine, covers, closed-tears / micro chips to extremities, reading creases, minor rubbing on spine, light soiling typical of vintage pulp fiction paperback books of this age, otherwise barely read, pages are clean and binding tight.Signed on the title page by author Theodore Sturgeon. Cover art by Richard Powers. 167 pgs. 16mo.
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- Astro Trader Books (US)
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- Theodore Sturgeon
- Richard Powers
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- Used - Good+
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- First Edition
- Ballantine Books
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Theodore Sturgeon, Richard Powers
- Bookseller catalogs
- Science Fiction;
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