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  1. First edition, sole printing; one of 200 signed copies privately printed for the author and distributed by him as a Christmas card; presentation copy inscribed by the author; 8vo; single gathering, wire stitched into the original tan wrappers, cream paper title label to front wrapper printed in black. Tiny loss at one corner, light crease to another, professionally repaired at fold. A very decent copy of a rare and vulnerable book.

  2. First edition, first impression; 8vo; unmarked internally; publisher's black cloth, gilt lettering to spine, with the unclipped pictorial dust jacket by Linnet Gotch, very slight toning to jacket, minor shelf-wear to extremities.

  3. First combined edition, first printing, signed by the author; 8vo; publisher's grey cloth, title to spine in black on a brown ground, photomontage dust-jacket, somewhat browned with a couple of minor scuffs, otherwise a near-fine copy.

  4. First edition; 8vo; publisher's cloth, light sunning to spine, spine ends a little bumped, dust-jacket, light toning and creasing to spine, neat repairs and restorations to spine ends and corners, light surface soiling to lower panel, in effect a very good copy.

  5. First edition, first impression; 8vo; publisher's black boards (Gilbert's Binding A) stamped in silver & red, with the Richard Chopping dust jacket; an exceptionally sharp copy in an unusually bright dust jacket with tiny loss at the corners and a small, trivial abrasion to the edge of the front flap.

  6. First edition, first impression. 8vo. Publisher's red cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the photographic dust jacket. A superb copy in the little rubbed, internally repaired dust jacket missing small pieces at the corners and base of the spine panel.

  7. First edition, first impression, hardback issue, signed by Osborne; 8vo; publisher's red-cloth, backed mauve boards, titles to spine in gold, with the dust jacket, trivial mark to the fore edge but a near-fine copy in the dust jacket.

  8. First issue on sea-foam green background, 760 x 1015 mm; backed on linen; some retouching and stabilising repairs around extremities, including the bottom most line of text, otherwise a very good example of this iconic Bond poster.

  9. First edition, first impression, first issue binding and first issue dust jacket; 8vo; page stock mildly toned as always, publisher's black boards, titles to spine gilt, original pictorial dust jacket with designed by Barry Trengrove. A very sharp copy in the very lightly marked dust jacket with tear to the rear panel and some typical sunning at the spine.

  10. Film tie-in edition; 8vo; line illustrations by Mabel Lucie Attwell, spotting to extremities of text block; publisher's red boards, a little rubbed at corners, dust-jacket with image of Betty Bronson as Peter Pan to upper wrappers, a few closed tears, some wear at corners, but overall very good.

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The Bond Street Experience