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Virgin Planet by  Poul Anderson - 1st Paperback Edition - 1960 - from Brenner's Books - Rare & Collectable and

Virgin Planet

by Anderson, Poul

Condition: Very Fine

New York City: Beacon, 1960. 1st Paperback Edition. Soft cover. Very Fine. Robert Stanley. Vintage Paperback PBO Beacon #270. Stunning Unread First Paperback Printing, No Month, 1960. $.35 Cover Price. Square, tight and clean throughout with no discernible wear. Bright and fresh with no chipping, creases or tears. Remarkably well-preserved. Beautiful GGA and male bondage cover by Stanley. A simply gorgeous collectable copy and scarce in this condition. Likely none better in the market.


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