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“TO BEGIN WITH HE WAS ASHAMED OF HIMSELF—A RARE STATE OF MIND”

FLEMING, Ian. Thunderball. London, 1961.

First edition of Fleming’s ninth Bond novel, featuring the first appearance of the superspy’s memorable nemesis, the villainous mastermind behind SPECTRE, Ernst Blofeld, who steals two nuclear warheads and threatens the world. $3200.

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“IF ANYONE CAN BRING IT OFF, YOU CAN. CARE TO HAVE A TRY, JAMES?”

FLEMING, Ian. You Only Live Twice. London, 1964.

First edition, first state, of the 12th James Bond novel—the last published in Fleming's lifetime—set in Japan and featuring the further plots of veteran Bond villain Ernst Blofeld. $1500.

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"IAN FLEMING WAS DECIDEDLY A MAN OF OUR TIME, BUT IN ANY AGE SUCH AN UNCOMMON PERSONALITY… WOULD MAKE A STRONG IMPRESSION"

(FLEMING, Ian) PLOMER, William. Address Given at the Memorial Service for Ian Fleming. Kent, 1964.

First edition, hardback issue, one of approximately 50 copies, of this eulogy for Ian Fleming, written by his editor, the dedicatee of Goldfinger, William Plomer, and originally delivered at St. Bartholomew the Great. $850.

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“AND ALL THIS BECAUSE OF A MAN CALLED BOND…”

FLEMING, Ian. Octopussy and The Living Daylights. London, 1966.

First edition of the James Bond short stories "Octopussy" (in which a Fabergé egg holds the key to a nuclear attack on a U.S. Air Force base) and "The Living Daylights" (in which 007 must organize the defection of a Soviet general). $450.

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