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1 Campbell, John W. ISLANDS OF SPACE
Reading, Pennsylvania: Fantasy Press, (1956). First edition; 1805 copies printed, earliest state binding. Jacket by Ric Binkley. Hardcover. Mild foxing to page edges, some darkening to front inner hinge, thus nearly fine, in blue cloth with gilt lettering and rules to spine; in a very nearly fine dust jacket that shows negligible edgewear, some tanning and faint foxing, especially to folds. 
Second entry in Campbell's popular series about the adventurous trio: leading physicist Dr. Richard Arcot, brilliant mathematician Robert Morey, and chemistry genius turned air pirate Wade. First seen in Amazing Stories Quarterly in Spring of 1931. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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2 Campbell, John W.; edited, with an introduction by Lester del Rey THE BEST OF JOHN W. CAMPBELL
Garden City, New York: Nelson Doubleday, Inc., (1976). First edition, first printing, issued by the Science Fiction Book Club; with the code "G-13" on page 306; jacket code, 2199. Hardcover. Very good in a shelfworn dust jacket. Jacket painting (of the "thing" from "Who Goes There?" by Chet Jezierski. 
Collects "The Last Evolution"; "Twilight"; "The Machine"; "The Invaders"; "Rebellion"; "Blindness"; "Elimination"; "Forgetfulness"; "Out of Night"; "Cloak of Aesir"; "Who Goes There?"; "Space for Industry"; afterword by Mrs. Campbell. 
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