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Triangle: Three Complete Novels-The Currents of Space, Pebble in the Sky, The Stars Like Dust by  Isaac Asimov - 1st Edition - 1961 - from Dearly Departed Books and

Triangle: Three Complete Novels-The Currents of Space, Pebble in the Sky, The Stars Like Dust

by Asimov, Isaac

Condition: NF

Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company. NF. 1961. 1st Edition. Hardcover. This is the first trade edition, not the much more common book club ed ition, and is bound in light green cloth with dark green spine letteri ng and decorations. The book does not have the orange top stain that t he book club edition has. No edition is stated but this copy does have the C13 code at the bottom of the last page of text. A near fine copy in a very good, price-clipped dust jacket. The book has a hint of dus ting to the outer gutters and mild tanning to the inside gutters. Othe rwise clean, tight, and unmarked. The dust jacket may or may not be th e original trade edition jacket (without the price there is no way to tell). It seems a bit more substantial than the book club djs, but no guarantees. The jacket is dust soiled on the spine and panels and has frays to the head and base of the spine. A very scarce edition of this book which contains three complete novels (Currents of Space, Pebble In The Sky, The Stars Like Dust). .


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