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Prelude to Space

by Clarke. Arthur. C

Condition: Near Fine


Sidgwick 1953 (1st UK). First Edition. . Hardcover. Near Fine. A lovely copy of this early Clarke. First edition, first impression. Dustjacket is bright and NOT price-clipped. Sl. rubbed to top and bottom of spine, a tear to top corner and a small triangle missing from bottom front right of wrapper. Near Fine in a VG d/w.




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