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[ROBERT SHECKLEY]. HUGH M. HEFNER. (EDITOR). PLAYBOY. HMH Publishing Co. Inc., Chicago, March 1970. Vol. 17 No. 3. Softcover. First Edition. Condition: Very Good+. Appears unread, micro-chips to extremities, minor rubbing to covers, centerfolds intact as originally issued, pages are clean, bright, unmarked and binding tight. First appearance ever by author Robert Sheckley of the science fiction short story "The Same To You Doubled". Centerfold photography by William and Melba Figge of the 1970 Miss March Playmate Christine Koren, pin-up illustration by Alberto Vargas. Cover art photography of model Barbi Benton by Dwight Hooker. Classic science fiction short story first appearance, vintage Playboy collectible.
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- Astro Trader Books (US)
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- PLAYBOY MAGAZINE VOL. 17, NO. 3 MARCH 1970
- Robert Sheckley
- William and Melba Figge, Alberto Vargas
- Softcover / Magazine
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- First Edition
- HMH Publishing Co. Inc.
- William and Melba Figge, Alberto Vargas, Robert Sheckley
- Bookseller catalogs
- Fantasy; Photography;
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