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Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age

by Clarke, Arthur C

Condition: Fine/Very Good


Harper & Row, 1965. (2d, H-Q) Slightly smaller book, black cloth spine, black boards, silver lettering bright on spine, 241 lightly browned pages plus list of references. DJ shiny black background, red and orange line design to front, with black and gray circle design as well, b/w photo of Clarke at top back, white back lightly browned. DJ has two microtears and creases at spine bottom edge, microtear at bottom back tip. Very Good DJ/Very Fine book.. 2nd Ed.. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good.




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