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Fahrenheit 451 - 50th Anniversary Limited Edition
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Fahrenheit 451 - 50th Anniversary Limited Edition

By Bradbury, Ray

A 50th anniversary, limited edition of this famous Bradbury title with full-page, color illustrations by Steadman. A Fine book, in a Fine dust jacket. This copy is bound in quarter leather with hand-made marbled paper-covered boards, and housed in a red, Fine slipcase. Bradbury has written a new introduction for this very special limited edition. This is copy 57 of 150 such copies bound in quarter leather that have been signed by Bradbury and Steadman on the limitation page. There were three variants of this edition: 52 lettered copies, followed by 150 numbered copies (numbers 1 to 150), bound in quarter leather with special paper/art boards, and then followed by 300 more (numbers 151 to 451) copies in red cloth (total copies in the edition being 503). A note from the publisher on the final page explains some details of the production and is signed by Publishers Craig and Patti Graham. A promotional announcement from the Publishers is also included.

$750.00

Fahrenheit 451 - 50th Anniversary Limited Edition
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Fahrenheit 451 - 50th Anniversary Limited Edition

By Bradbury, Ray

A 50th anniversary, limited edition of this famous Bradbury title withfull-page, color illustrations by Steadman. A Fine book that has very slight waviness to limitation page, in Fine dust jacket. This copy is bound in red cloth and housed in a black, Fine slipcase. Bradbury has written a new introduction for this very special limited edition. This is copy 388 of 300 such copies bound in cloth that have been signed by Bradbury and Steadman on the limitation page. There were three variants of this edition: 52 lettered copies, followed by 150 numbered copies (numbers 1 to 150), bound in quarter leather with special paper/art boards, and then followed by 300 more (numbers 151 to 451) copies in red cloth (total copies in the edition being 503). A note from the publisher on the final page explains some details of the production and is signed by Publishers Craig and Patti Graham.

$550.00

Futuria Fantasia
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Futuria Fantasia

By Bradbury, Ray

First trade edition. Fine book and jacket. Dust jacket art by Hannes Bok. Book is bound in black boards. End papers show a collage of sepia-toned photos from the period when Futuria Fantasia made its first appearance. This volume contains Bradbury's first works that were printed in the first volume, four issues, of Futuria Fantasia, a slim, pseudo-magazine that Bradbury, working with Forrest J. Ackerman and collaborating with artist Hannes Bok (1914 - 1964), edited and published himself. A hundred copies, at 10 cents, of each issue were produced during 1939 and 1940. These are reproduced in exact facsimile here, in the original green ink, with many illustrations by Bok. These issues contained many contributions by Ackerman and Bradbury using various pseudonyms. Other contributors included: Robert Heinlein (using the pseudonym Lyle Monroe) this is his fourth published story, Damon Knight, Henry Kuttner, and Bruce Yerke. The book consists of a preface by Bradbury, an interview of Bradbury by Craig Graham., and then the issues of the magazine. Thanks to Graham for saving them from being lost forever! A very interesting glimpse into the past and Bradbury's formative years after High School; too poor to attend college, he hung around the Clifton's Cafeteria Science Fiction Club, thank heavens. Signed on the title page by Bradbury and by Publishers Craig and Patti Graham – all have signed in green. A note from the publisher on the final page explains some details of the production.

$75.00

The Terminal Man
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The Terminal Man

By Crichton, Michael

UK first edition, Near Fine book with very slight bumps to top corners of boards, and touch of yellowing to page edges; in a Very Good dust jacket that has light edge and corner wear, slight color loss along top edge, slight fading and touch of soiling to flap portions that are not mylar covered, and with a number of light overwrite impressions. This was Crichton's second thriller published under his name. There was a 1974 movie starring George Segal.

$30.00

Time and Again - An illustrated novel
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Time and Again - An illustrated novel

By Finney, Jack

FOURTH PRINTING, Near Fine book with slight rubbing to boards and some fading to gilt lettering spine and front board, slight splay to front board; in a Near Fine second state dust jacket that has touch of edge and corner wear, slight rubbing and couple of small overwrite impressions. Jacket shifted a bit on spine toward back board. Finney's time travel master piece, set in NYC in both 19th and 20th centuries.

$35.00

Author\'s Choice 9 - Heroines
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Author's Choice 9 - Heroines

By Kelly, James Patrick

Numbered limited edition, number 112 of 300, Fine, unread book in a Fine jacket, no slipcase as issued, signed by Kelly twice, on both the title and limitation pages. A collection of eight short stories by Kelly.

$20.00

The Quiet Pools
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The Quiet Pools

By Kube-McDowell, Michael P.

Fine minus, unread book, with a tiny smudge top page edges, in a Near Fine jacket with light rubbing both panels, signed by author on the title page.

$20.00

Exile
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Exile

By Kube-McDowell, Michael P.

Fine minus, unread, book with slight crimping at spine ends, in a Near Fine jacket with light edge wear, slight crease marks back panel, and mild rubbing. Signed on title page

$20.00

White Queen
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White Queen

By Jones, Gwyneth

Fine minus, unread book with very slight crimp to top of spine in a Fine jacket, signed by Jones on the title page. This is first book of the Aleutian Triology - winner of the James Tiptree, Jr., Memorial Award.

$30.00

Eternity
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Eternity

By Bear, Greg

Fine minus, unread book with slight crimping at spine ends, in a Fine jacket, an unread copy signed by Bear on first front end page with generic inscription - Best Wishes!

$25.00

The Martian Chronicles
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The Martian Chronicles

By Bradbury, Ray

First edition of this revised and expanded edition of the stories originally published in 1950. A Fine minus, unread book with a very slight splay to front board; in a Fine dust jacket. Bradbury provides a new Introduction for this edition, which went rapidly into multiple printings. The first printing is somewhat difficult to find.

$120.00

The Golden Apples of the Sun
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The Golden Apples of the Sun

By Bradbury, Ray

Good to Very Good book that has sun-toned spine with wear, rubbing, and chipping to spine ends, touch of spine slant, tiny spot back board, with page edges age-toned; in a in a Very Good dust jacket that has small chips along edges and at corners, some soiling to white back panel, faint water stain top of spine, age-toning to jacket's reverse. All corners with slight machine clip; correct price of $3.00 present on front flap. Drawings by Joe Mugnaini. This copy has been inscribed on front end page – For Zelda and Harold – with the friendly wishes of this commuter between old Judea and new Mars! Signed below and dated Feb. 1, 1961, by Bradbury.

$450.00

R is for Rocket
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R is for Rocket

By Bradbury, Ray (Ray Harryhausen, Foreword; Michael Marshall Smith, Intro.)

An illustrated, UK Limited Edition of Bradbury's classic collection of stories from 1962. Cover art by Joe Mugnaini, with interior B/W illustrations not credited. This is number 195 of 200 such copies. Fine book in a Fine dust jacket, and housed in a Fine slipcase. Signed by Bradbury on the limitation page. The yellow slipcase is fits tightly.

$150.00

The Jaguar Hunter
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The Jaguar Hunter

By Shepard, Lucius (Michael Bishop, Intro.)

First Thus UK edition limited to 1000 trade copies. Near Fine book has a light push bottom of spine, slight dusting top page edges, and opens easily to title page; in a Near Fine jacket that has light rubbing back panel and several light overwrite impressions. This copy has been signed by Bishop on the title page. This collection has a few different stories, 13 in all, than does the Arkham House edition.

$25.00

Judgment Night (true 1st)
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Judgment Night (true 1st)

By Moore, C. L

First edition 1st printing, Moore’s first book – five novellas. Very Good book has edge and shelf wear, soft at spine ends, with light bumps on corners, in 1st state binding with red letters on spine. Good jacket has edge wear, small chips, white back panel rubbed, soiled, and slightly faded, rest of jacket is still bright but it has a ¾ inch loss across top of spine, not affecting title.

$50.00

Amnesia Moon
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Amnesia Moon

By Lethem, Jonathan

Fine, unread book in a Fine dust jacket signed by Lethem on the title page. Author's second book.

$21.00

Best SF Stories of Brian W. Aldiss (uread UK 1st)
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Best SF Stories of Brian W. Aldiss (uread UK 1st)

By Aldiss, Brian W

First UK edition 1st printing, Fine, unread book in a Fine dust jacket, an unread beautiful copy.

$20.00

Antarctica (unread UK 1st)
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Antarctica (unread UK 1st)

By Robinson, Kim Stanley

First UK edition 1st printing, Near Fine unread book with slight page edge yellowing, light bumping and rubbing at bottom corners, in a Fine minus jacket with slight touch of rubbing. This copy has been signed by Robinson on the title page. An eco-thriller at the bottom of the world.

$20.00

Terry Carr's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year #16

By Carr, Terry (Ed.)

TOR, 1987 First edition 1st printing NF/NF with very slight wear and rubbing, unread copy, signed by James Patrick Kelly at his contribution and inscribed "To -- this is one of my favorites. Enjoy!". Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.

$12.50

The Last Coin (signed 1st)

By Blaylock, James P

ACE, 1988 First edition 1st printing F/NF, very slight corner wear dust jacket, signed by Blaylock on the title page, an unread copy. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.

$25.00

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