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"MY FAVORITE OF MY OWN BOOKS": FIRST EDITION OF LORD OF LIGHT, INSCRIBED BY ROGER ZELAZNY

ZELAZNY, Roger. Lord of Light. Garden City, 1967.

First edition of the paramount Hugo Award-winning novel by Zelazny—"a storyteller without peer" (George R.R. Martin)— inscribed on the title page, "To Bob S— My favorite of my own books. Roger Zelazny," a splendid copy. $7900.

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AN EXTRAORDINARILY FINE COPY OF THE NOTORIOUSLY RARE FIRST EDITION OF LOVECRAFT’S FIRST BOOK—ONE OF ONLY 200 COPIES

LOVECRAFT, Howard Phillips. Shadow Over Innsmouth. Everett, PA, 1936.

Extremely rare first edition of Lovecraft’s first published book, with four dramatic black-and-white illustrations by Frank Utpatel. Only 400 copies were printed, of which about 200 copies were bound and the remainder destroyed. This copy with the rare errata leaf and an exceptionally fine dust jacket, apparently from the publisher’s private reserve. $6800.

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“HITHER CAME CONAN, THE CIMMERIAN… TO TREAD THE JEWELED THRONES OF THE EARTH UNDER HIS SANDALED FEET”

HOWARD, Robert E. Conan series. New York, 1950-57. Together, seven volumes. First editions of all seven books about Conan—Robert E. Howard's iconic, foe-crushing sword-and-sorcery hero—published by Gnome Press, all in original dust jackets. A lovely and desirable set. $6000.

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ONE OF ONLY 26 COPIES SIGNED BY RAY BRADBURY AND ARTIST HANS BURKHARDT

(BURKHARDT, Hans) BRADBURY, Ray. Man Dead? Then God Is Slain! Northridge, 1977.

Signed limited first edition, entirely withheld from sale, number 10 of only 26 copies signed by Ray Bradbury and award-winning artist Hans Burkhardt, featuring Bradbury's poem and five prints signed and numbered by Burkhardt, together on ten folio leaves of elegant Arches paper. $3800.

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FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST SUPERMAN NOVEL

LOWTHER, George. Adventures of Superman. New York, 1942.

First edition of the first novel starring Superman—"strong and invincible, nemesis of evil-doers"—illustrated by the character's co-creator Joe Shuster with four full-page color plates and numerous black-and-white illustrations. $3000.

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"IT WAS ORWELL WHO MADE ZAMYATIN'S NOVEL WE KNOWN IN THE WEST"

ZAMYATIN, Yevgeny. We. London, 1970.

First English edition of Zamyatin's "multi-layered prophetic novel," widely seen as the inspiration for Orwell's 1984, Huxley's Brave New World, Rand's Anthem, Vonnegut's Player Piano, and many more, a splendid copy in the original dust jacket. $2500.

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