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Darwin: The Indelible Stamp (1st Printing Signed by Watson & JSA-Certified)
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Darwin: The Indelible Stamp (1st Printing Signed by Watson & JSA-Certified) Hardcover - 2005

by Watson, James D

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SIGNED BY JAMES D. WATSON without inscription and PROFESSIONALLY AUTHENTICATED by James Spence (JSA). Only certified copy available anywhere in the world right now. First printing in gorgeous unread condition; looks terrific with a new mylar cover added to dust jacket. International buyers please request a shipping quote prior to purchase; expedited shipping is welcome. Signed by author.
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After having been twice driven back by heavy southwestern gales, Her Majesty's ship Beagle, a ten-gun brig, under the command of Captain Fitz Roy, R.N., sailed from Devonport on the 27th of December, 1831.

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About the author

James D. Watson received the Nobel Prize in 1962 for determining the structure of DNA, the building blocks of life. As a fellow pioneer and explorer of the most fundamental riddles about the nature of life, he has a lot in common with Charles Darwin.