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Seller ID: 52678
RUSSELL, ERIC FRANK. Far Stars, London: Dennis Dobson, 1961. 12mo, first collected edition of short stories that were printed in sci-fi magazines, pp. 191, blue cloth boards with gilt-stamped lettering on spine. Contains The Waitabits, P.S., Allamagoosa, Legwork, Diabologic and The Timeless Ones. Condition of this book: Small, inoffensive dampstain to rear of jacket, top edge darkening, else fine. View more info
Seller ID: 52759
SIMAK, CLIFFORD D. All Flesh Is Grass, Garden City: Doubleday, 1965. Octavo, first edition, pp. 260, black cloth boards with purple lettering on spine, untrimmed fore edge, purple endpages. Condition of this book: Dust jacket spine has a few small stains and wear at top. Top edge has a few spots, boards discolored in small areas. Overall near fine. View more info
By: SMITH, George O.
Seller ID: 52780
SMITH, GEORGE O. Hellflower, New York: Abelard Press, 1953. Octavo, first edition with no additional printings indicated on copyright page, pp. 264, red cloth boards with black lettering and space plane on spine. Condition of this book: Jacket is edge-worn with a short tear in the back panel. Discoloring to endpages . Overall very good. View more info
By: VAN VOGT, A.E.
Seller ID: 52813
VAN VOGT, ALFRED ELTON. The World of Null-A, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1948. Octavo, first edition with no additional printings indicated on copyright page, pp. 246, 1 (note), blue cloth boards with white lettering on spine and white drawing on front, jacket by Leo Manso. Anatomy of Wonder, fifth ed., II-1158: " 'Null-A' -- non-Aristotelianism -- was supposed to be a new way of thinking that would permeate humankind with the acceptance of General Semantics, popular among many SF readers in the 1940s." Condition of this book: Jacket is very wrinkled with areas of age-toning. Boards lig... View more info
By: WILLIAMSON, Jack
Seller ID: 52754
WILLIAMSON, JACK. The Cometeers, Pennsylvania: Fantasy Press, 1950. Octavo, first edition, pp. [ii],310, green cloth boards with gilt lettering and rules on spine, frontis illustration. Part of the Legion of Space series originally serialized in Astounding magazine. The Cometeers is the sequel to a novel called The Legion of Space, which is included here. Anatomy of Wonder II-258 considers The Cometeers to be the more inventive of the two novels, which may tell us why it gets top billing here. Condition of this book: Edges darkened, jacket chipped at edges, overall very good. View more info
Seller ID: 52801
WILLIAMSON, JACK. Dragon's Island, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1951. Octavo, first edition with no additional printings indicated on copyright page, pp. 246, green paper-covered boards quarter-bound in tan cloth with black lettering on spine, black initials on front. Condition of this book: Jacket chipped and generally edge-worn, wavy, with internal stains that don't show through. Boards sunned at edges, with a few small stains. Leaves tight with minor foxing at fore-edge. Overall very good. View more info