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1101 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep First UK Edition Hard Cover Rapp & Whiting 1969 London Very Good+ Very Good+ This is the first UK Hardcover edition of this famous novel. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. This book was the basis for the classic movie Blade Runner starring Rutger Hauer and Harrison Ford, which strayed greatly from the original story. Jacket art by Lawrence Edwards. This is a solid very good copy in dust jacket. The book is tight with mild shelfwear and bumping at the spine ends. The top page edge shows a small faint spot, which doe NOT enter the book (a dust stain?). Internally, clean and free of markings, with no toning to the pages. The dust jacket is price-clipped and rubbed along the edges with some light push-creasing, and also a crease along the entire edge of the front flap where it folds. There is also a short closed tear to the rear panel at the lower right corner near the spine. NOTE: These flaws are VERY minor. The dust jacket is sharp and attractive, covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Box Z-28, PKD $1,000.00 Place Order
1440 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Reprint Trade Paperback Orion Publishing Group / Gollancz 2003 United Kingdom Fine Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This book was the basis for the movie Blade Runner which was still an outstanding flick, considering that it chopped so much out. Great cover art by Chris Moore. This is a clean and tight unread copy showing NO creasing, and only minor shelfwear. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1857988132 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
1658 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep UK Reprint Trade Paperback Panther Books / Granada Publishing 1977 United Kingdom Fine Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This book was the basis for the movie Blade Runner which was still an outstanding flick, considering that it chopped so much out. Great cover art by Peter Goodfellow. This is a clean and tight unread copy showing NO creasing, and only minor shelfwear. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0586036059 Box Z-32, PKD $15.00 Place Order
1154 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb Second Printing Paperback Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc. 1990 New York Very Good++ Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. This edition contains 2 afterwords, 1 by Philip K Dick and 1 by James Frenkel. Great cover art by Barclay Shaw. A tight bright copy showing only minimal shelfwear. No creasing to the spine. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall 088184389x Box Z-22, PKD PB $8.00 Place Order
1155 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb First UK Edition Paperback Arrow Books 1977 United Kingdom Very Good++ Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. Great cover art by Peter Elson. This is a clean and tight copy showing only minimal shelfwear. No creasing to the spine, and the binding is firm. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall 0099149605 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
1393 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb Second Printing Paperback Dell Books 1980 New York Very Good Dell #11489. Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. Includes an Afterword by Philip K Dick written for this publication. It's of his look at a book written 15 years previously, and examines possible futures and the possible past. Great cover art by Richard Courtney. A solid very good copy showing only faint shelfwear, with a few faint spots to the lower spine area. Internally, a hint of toning with no brittleness as is fairly common with the edition. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0440114896 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1159 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Futurity First UK Edition Paperback Eyre Methuen, Ltd 1976 United Kingdom Very Good Expanded from Time Pawn, Thrilling Wonder Stories Summer 1954 [Levack]. Originally included in the 1970 UK Philip K Dick Omnibus, this is the first standalone UK edition. Great uncredited cover art. This is a solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear, with light creasing along the front/rear panel edges near the spine. No creasing to the spine. Internally, clean and free of markings with just a hint of toning. Pages are not browned or brittle. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0413365409 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
1084 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye In the Sky First Thus Hard Cover Gregg Press 1979 Boston Near Fine No Jacket (as issued) Manuscript title: With Opened Mind. To my knowledge, this is the first and only hardcover edition of this title. The Gregg Press Science Fiction Series, David G. Hartwell & L. W. Currey Editors. The PKD Gregg Press Editions were largely distributed to libraries, and their print runs were typically around 500. A new introduction by Sandra Miesel. Frontispiece illustration by Hannah Shapero. This is a full photographic reproduction of the 1957 ACE Books PBO. This is a stunning copy that is NOT an ex-library edition. This came from the collection of a former employee of The Gregg Press. The book shows only faint shelfwear in the form of light rubbing to the spine ends and board corners. Faint and barely noticeable dust soiling to the page edge. Internally clean and free of markings. Gilt autograph on front board, and gilt titling on the spine, with a bold red background to offset the text, all of which was consistent on all the Philip K Dick Gregg Press editions. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0839824815 Box Z-33, PKD $125.00 Place Order
1163 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye in the Sky First UK Edition Paperback Arrow Books 1971 United Kingdom Very Good Manuscript title: With Opened Mind, Levack. First UK publication. A solid very good reading showing moderate stress in a firm binding. Previous store label to the lower edge of the first page. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0090051009 Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
1430 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye in the Sky First Thus Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1957 New York Very Good Ace #H-39. Second US & Ace publication from 1968 with 1957 only date on copyright page. Manuscript title: With Opened Mind [Levack]. Something had upset the natural laws of the universe. Great cover art by Kelly Freas. A solid very good copy showing only minor shelfwear and reading stress. A short scratch to the rear panel, and some rubbing along the spine edges with white showing. Still a presentable copy in a tight binding. Internally, only a hint of toning around the edges and no brittleness. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
1439 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye in the Sky First Thus Trade Paperback Orion Publishing Group / Gollancz 2003 United Kingdom Fine Manuscript title: With Opened Mind [Levack]. Something had upset the natural laws of the universe. Great cover art by Chris Moore. A clean and tight copy showing NO creasing with only trace shelfwear. Faint sticker residue to the rear panel around the bar code. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0575074566 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1870 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Flow My Tears the Policeman Said First Edition Hard Cover Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1974 New York Good++ Very Good True first with code 050 on page 231. Nominated for 1975 Hugo for Best Novel. Nominated for 1974 Nebula for Best Novel. Won the 1975 John W. Campbell Jr. Award for Best Novel. This was also adapted as a screenplay published by the Dramatic Publishing Company. A portion of this novel, titled The Different Stages of Love, was omitted from the US publications of this title and can be found in PKDS #28, Metaphysical Conjurer. This is an x-lib with usual markings. The book is cocked but still relatively tight. The dust jacket is crisp with moderate rubbing, and a sci-fi sticker to lower end of the spine. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0385008871 Box Z-32, PKD $100.00 Place Order
1405 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Flow My Tears the Policeman Said Reprint Paperback Panther Books / Granada Publishing 1979 United Kingdom Very Good++ Panther #04203. Nominated for 1975 Hugo for Best Novel. Nominated for 1974 Nebula for Best Novel. Won the 1975 John W. Campbell Jr. Award for Best Novel. This was also adapted as a screenplay published by the Dramatic Publishing Company. A portion of this novel, titled The Different Stages of Love, was omitted from the US publications of this title and can be found in PKDS #28, Metaphysical Conjurer. Great cover art. A solid very good copy showing only light reading stress in a firm binding. Faint yellowing to the edges, but not brittleness. Internally free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586042032 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
1160 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Galactic Pot Healer First UK Edition Paperback Pan Books, Ltd. 1972 London Very Good Manuscript title, The Glimmung Of Plowman's Planet, Levack. This is the first UK paperback editon. Great cover art by Ian Miller. This is a solid tight very good copy, with light to moderate reading stress. No heavy creasing, general wear. The binding is firm. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0330233378 Box Z-22, PKD PB $20.00 Place Order
1161 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Galactic Pot Healer First Edition Paperback Berkley Books 1972 New York Very Good Berkley #X1705. Manuscript title, The Glimmung Of Plowman's Planet, Levack. First publication in complete form. Great cover art by Kossut. This is a solid very good reading copy showing moderate stress in a firm binding. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
1162 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Galactic Pot Healer First Thus Paperback Berkley Books 1974 New York Very Good Berkley #02569. Manuscript title, The Glimmung Of Plowman's Planet, Levack. Second Berkley publication. Solid very good copy with light to moderate reading stress. Binding still tight. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 42502569095 Box Z-22, PKD PB $6.00 Place Order
1408 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Galactic Pot Healer First Edition Paperback Berkley Books 1972 New York Very Good Berkley #X1705. Manuscript title, The Glimmung Of Plowman's Planet, Levack. First publication in complete form. Great cover art by Kossut. This is a solid very good reading copy showing moderate stress in a firm binding. A small chip to the upper left edge of the front panel. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
799 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Gather Yourselves Together First Edition Hard Cover WCS 1994 As New As New This is a very early mainstream novel. Believed to be one of Phil's 2 first finished novels written between 1949 and 1952, preceding Beyond Lies the Wub which was his first published work. Of the 2 novels, one is yet to see publication, and this volume was released in 1994. SIGNED by Dwight Brown, who is a former Secretary for the Philip K Dick Society. A crisp unread copy in pristine dust jacket. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Signed By Dwight Brown 1878914057 PKD Case $150.00 Place Order
1140 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Humpty Dumpty in Oakland First UK Edition Hard Cover Gollancz 1986 United Kingdom Very Fine Very Fine An early mainstream novel written originally in the mid-60's. Jacket illustration by Mark Foreman. The book is clean and tight with only light rubbing to the spine ends and corners. The dust jacket is not price-clipped, and free of chips, rips & tears, covered with a brodart. The book is protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0575038756 Box Z-28, PKD $140.00 Place Order
1141 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon First US Edition Hard Cover Doubleday 1985 New York Fine Very Good++ Edited by Mark Hurst and Paul Williams. Introduction (prev unpublished essay) How to Build a Universe That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later by Philip K Dick. Collects the stories: The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford, Explorers We, Holy Quarrel, What'll We do with Ragland Park?, Strange Memories of Death, The Alien Mind, The Exit Door Leads In, Chains of Air; Web of Aether, Rautavaara's Case, and I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon. Jacket illustration by Cathy Canzani. The book is clean and tight with only a light bump to the upper spine end. The dust jacket is crisp with creasing at the upper left corner where it folds around the spine, and a tiny tear/fold to the right corner of the same edge. Otherwise, crisp and not price-clipped, covered with a brodart. The book is protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0385195672 Box Z-28, PKD $35.00 Place Order
1081 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) In Milton Lumky Territory First US Edition Hard Cover Dragon Press 1985 New York Fine Fine Mainstream novel, published posthumously. This is the first trade edition, limited to 950 un-numbered copies, following the limited ediion bound in leather. The trade edition was followed by only 2 more pressings. The UK HC edition, and a TP. Great jacket art by Barclay Shaw. The book is clean and tight with all corners and spine-ends sharp. The dust jacket is crisp and free of wear, covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. NOTE This book was returned by a customer who saw a tiny crease to the upper spine end of the dj 'when held in the right light'. After holding it in all kinds of light I still don't see it, but feel I should mention it. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0911499091 Box Z-34, PKD $175.00 Place Order
1196 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Martian Time-Slip First Edition Paperback Ballantine Books 1964 New York Very Good++ Ballantine #U2191. First Edition of this title in complete form. Manuscript title: Goodmember Arnie Kott of Mars. Expanded from the short-story titled All We Marsmen, Worlds Of Tomorrow sr3, August 1963 [Levack]. Great cover art by Brillhart. A novel about schizophrenia and contemporary life. This is a very nice copy with no reading creases, and only trace shelfwear. The only flaw of note is a hint of toning to the edges. No browning or brittleness. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $17.50 Place Order
1198 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Martian Time-Slip First UK Paperback Paperback New English Library 1977 United Kingdom Very Good NEL #30016. Carries the introduction by Brian W. Aldiss, which was dropped from other paperback editions. Expanded from the short-story titled All We Marsmen, Worlds Of Tomorrow sr3, August 1963, Levack. Manuscript title: Goodmember Arnie Kott of Mars. Great wraparound cover art by Bruce Pennington. This is a solid very good copy showing moderate reading stress in a firm binding. Previous to/love neatly penned to the upper left edge of the first page, with a pen score to bottom page edge. Still a nice copy. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $12.50 Place Order
1090 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Mary and the Giant First US Edition Hard Cover Arbor House 1987 New York Very Fine Very Fine First Edition publication in any form, preceding the Ultramarine Ltd Edition and UK Edition. One of his mainstream novels published posthumously. Great jacket art by Richard Powers. The book is clean and tight with no visible flaws upon inspection. Internally free of markings etc. The dust jacket is crisp and free of chips, rips & tears, covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0877958505 Box Z-34, PKD $35.00 Place Order
1114 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Mary and the Giant First UK Edition Hard Cover Gollancz 1988 United Kingdom Very Fine Very Fine One of his mainstream novels that didn't see publication until after his death. Great jacket art by Richard Jones. This is a truly fine unread copy in like dust jacket. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0575042435 Box Z-28, PKD $35.00 Place Order
1181 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Now Wait For Last Year First Thus Paperback Manor Books 1976 New York Very Good Manor Books #12410. The printing history of this specific publisher is curious. It states 2nd printing 1974, with the first printing being 1968. However, both the Levack & Metaphysical Conjurer (4th Ed) bibliographies show 1974 to be the FIRST printing by Manor Books and 1976 to be a 1st thus re-issue. The only paperback published in 1968 was by MacFadden Books. Carries a poetic epigram by Tessa Dick. Great photo cover art. A solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear, in a firm binding. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $7.00 Place Order
1182 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Now Wait For Last Year First Printing Paperback Manor Books 1974 New York Very Good+ Manor Books #12214. The printing history of this specific publisher is curious. It states 2nd printing 1974, with the first printing being 1968. However, both the Levack & Metaphysical Conjurer (4th Ed) bibliographies show 1974 to be the FIRST printing by Manor Books and 1976 to be a 1st thus re-issue. The only paperback published in 1968 was by MacFadden Books. Thus, I'm considering this to be a 1st printing by Manor until I learn otherwise. Carries a poetic epigram by Tessa Dick. Great photo cover art. This is a clean and tight copy showing only light shelfwear. No reading creases, and internally the pages are clean and white. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1183 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Now Wait For Last Year First Printing Paperback MacFadden Books 1968 New York Very Good MacFadden Books #60-352. This is the first paperback publication with great photographic cover art. This is a solid very good copy showing light to moderate stress in a firm binding. Something small has been marked out with a black marker on the front panel. It's just under the pub # not obscuring the cover art. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $7.00 Place Order
1184 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Now Wait For Last Year First UK Edition Paperback Panther Books / Granada Publishing 1975 United Kingdom Very Good This is the First UK publication. Great cover art by Chris Foss. This is a solid very good copy showing light reading stress in a firm binding. Only a faint crease to the spine. Internally clean and free of markings, with white pages and no toning. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1185 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Now Wait For Last Year Reprint Paperback Panther Books / Granada Publishing 1979 United Kingdom Very Good Great cover art by Chris Foss. This is a solid very good copy showing light shelfwear mainly to the edges of the front panel. No creasing. The binding is tight and boxed. Internally clean except for a faint store stamp the the first page. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586042083 Box Z-22, PKD PB $7.00 Place Order
1096 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Our Friends from Frolix 8 First UK Edition Hard Cover Kinnell 1989 United Kingdom Fine Fine This is the first UK hardcover edition. Outline published in PKDS Issue #19. Superb dj art by Keith Roberts. A clean unread copy in pristine unclipped dust jacket. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1870532082 Box Z-33, PKD $25.00 Place Order
1164 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Our Friends from Frolix 8 First Thus Paperback Ace Books 1970 New York Very Good++ Ace #64401. Second Ace Edition published in 1977 with 1970 as the only date on copyright page. Outline published in PKDS #19. New cover art by David Plourde. A clean and tight copy showing only faint shelfwear. Artwork is still bright, and there is no creasing to the spine. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0441644015 Box Z-22, PKD PB $6.00 Place Order
1421 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Our Friends from Frolix 8 First UK Paperback Paperback Granada Publishing 1976 United Kingdom Very Good Panther #04295. Outline published in PKDS Issue #19. Great cover art by Jim Burns. Solid very good copy showing light shelfwear, and faint spotting to the spine. No creasing to the spine, with a firm binding. Internally, a faint and small waterstain to the tope edge of the first few pages. Still an overall nice copy. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586042954 Box Z-22, PKD PB $7.00 Place Order
1143 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Puttering About In A Small Land First US Edition Hard Cover Academy Chicago Publishers 1985 Chicago Fine Fine An early mainstream novel published sometime between the mid-50 & 60's. Jacket illustration by Armen Kojoyian. The book is clean and tight with the only visible flaw being a bump to the lower spine end. Internally clean and free of markings. The dust jacket is crisp and free of chips, rips, & terars, covered with a brodart. The book is protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0897331494 Box Z-28, PKD $30.00 Place Order
1199 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Radio Free Albemuth First Printing Paperback Avon Books 1987 New York Very Good A newly discovered novel, originally titled Valisystem A, provided by Philip K Dick Award winner Tim Powers. Fear and trembling in Phildickian America. His final and most prophetic novel. Great cover art by Ron Walotsky. This is a solid very good copy showing light to moderate stress in a firm binding. Faint price in pencil on the top page edge. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0380702886 Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
1419 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Best of Philip K. Dick First Edition Paperback Del Rey / Ballantine 1977 New York Very Good- Ballantine #25359. Edited with introduction by John Brunner and afterthoughts by Philip K. Dick. Contains the stories: Beyond Lies the Wub, Roog, Second Variety, Paycheck, Imposter, Colony, Expendable, The Days of Perky Pat, Breakfast At Twilight, Forster You're Dead, The Father Thing, Service Call, Autofac, Human Is, If There Were No Benny Cemoli, Oh To Be A Blobel, Faith of Our Fathers, The Electric Ant, and A Little Something For Us Tempunauts. This is a solid very good reading copy showing moderate stress in a tight boxed binding. Scratching to the front & rear panels, with it more pronounced on the rear. Internally a hint of toning, but the pages are still supple. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0345253590 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1089 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Broken Bubble First US Edition Hard Cover Arbor House 1988 New York Fine Fine This is the true first edition in any form, preceding the Ultramarine Ltd eds and the UK editions. Working Title: The Broken Bubble of Thisbe Holt. Mainstream novel published posthumously. Great jacket art by Richard Powers. The book is clean and tight with only a light bump to the lower spine end. Internally clean and free of markings. The dust jacket is crisp and free of chips, rips & tears, covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1557100128 Box Z-28, PKD $35.00 Place Order
1272 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Collected Stories of Philip K Dick 5 Volume Limited Edition Limited Edition Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1987 California As New No Jacket (as issued) Numbered 215 of 400. 5 volume set. Of 500 numbered sets, 100 were bound in imitation leather with marbled endpapers and inserted limitation leaf with mounted Dick signature cut from cancelled check and numbered 1-100. The remaining 400 were bound in cloth, with each being a different shade of a woodsy brown, and numbered 101-500. The final 400 did not include any signatures. V1: Beyond Lies the Wub, V2: Second Variety, V3: The Father-Thing, V4: The Days of Perky Pat, V5: The Little Black Box. Collects all of Dick's published short fiction, with the exception of short novels later published as or included in novels, plus six previously unpublished stories. Includes preface by Dick, foreword by Steven Owen Godersky and introductions by Roger Zelazny, Norman Spinrad, John Bruner, James Tiptree, Jr. and Thomas M. Disch, as well as notes on the stories which often incorporate commentary by Dick. No dust jacket as issued, in slipcase. The books themselves are AS NEW and each is protected in an acid-free bag. The slipcase is made of hard boards covered in brown cloth. There are 2 flaws which give it a grade of VERY GOOD. The first flaw is very minor. On the right edge of the rear board, there is a tiny ding. There is no rubbing to the cloth, nor any fraying. The second flaw is a bit more noteworthy. When looking at the book spines in the case, there is a split to the upper left edge of the case. It starts at the opening, and spans approximately 4 1/4 inches. It is largely a clean split to the cloth, revealing the split board underneath. However, at the corner of the opening, there is some fraying to the cloth, and exposure of the corner of the board. This set does NOT include The Acts of Paul insert. Noted flaws aside, this is still a very nice set to own, and the price reflects the detriments. I have another set in Fine condition and also complete. For a complete list of the short-stories included, email me for a link to my list, or visit my site and follow the link under site stops 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0887330525 First Edition Case $485.00 Place Order
1273 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Collected Stories of Philip K Dick 5 Volume Limited Edition Limited Edition Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1987 California As New No Jacket (as issued) Numbered 259 of 400. 5 volume set. Of 500 numbered sets, 100 were bound in imitation leather with marbled endpapers and inserted limitation leaf with mounted Dick signature cut from cancelled check and numbered 1-100. The remaining 400 were bound in cloth, with each being a different shade of a woodsy brown, and numbered 101-500. The final 400 did not include any signatures. V1: Beyond Lies the Wub, V2: Second Variety, V3: The Father-Thing, V4: The Days of Perky Pat, V5: The Little Black Box. Laid in is a single sheet leaflet, folded to make 4 pages, Brief Synopsis for Alternate World Novel: The Acts of Paul, an unpublished novel. Collects all of Dick's published short fiction, with the exception of short novels later published as or included in novels, plus six previously unpublished stories. Includes preface by Dick, foreword by Steven Owen Godersky and introductions by Roger Zelazny, Norman Spinrad, John Bruner, James Tiptree, Jr. and Thomas M. Disch, as well as notes on the stories which often incorporate commentary by Dick. No dust jacket as issued, in slipcase. The books themselves are AS NEW and each is protected in an acid-free bag. The slipcase is made of hard boards covered in brown, and in fine condition. This set includes The Acts of Paul insert. I also have another set in a flawed case lacking the insert for a great price. For a complete list of the short-stories included, email me for a link to my list, or visit my site and follow the link under site stops 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0887330525 First Edition Case $850.00 Place Order
1441 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Collected Stories of Philip K Dick Volume 2 Second Variety Third Impression Trade Paperback Orion Publishing Group / Gollancz 2002 United Kingdom Fine Introduction by Norman Spinrad. Bibliographic notes at the end of the book. This volume collects 27 stories written in 8 months during the mid-late 1950s. Included: Second Variety, The Commuter, Project Earth, Imposter, Souvenir, The Impossible Planet, and many others. This is a clean and tight unread copy showing NO creasing and only trace shelfwear. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1857988809 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
1313 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Cosmic Puppets First Printing Paperback Ace Books, Inc. 1957 New York Good+ Ace #D-249. Expanded from: A Glass Of Darkness, Satellite Dember 1956, Levack. First publication in complete form. Ace Double bound with Sargasso Of Space by Andrew North. Cover art by Valigursky. This is a solid good copy. There is somewhat heavy creasing, the pages are slightly browned, but the binding is still sound. Overall, a fair substitute for the more expensive finer condition copies. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $25.00 Place Order
1111 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Cosmic Puppets First UK Edition Hard Cover Severn House 1986 London Fine Fine First hardcover publication. Great jacket art by Nigel Hills. A crisp unread copy in like dust jacket. The dust jacket is covered with a brodart, and the book is protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0727813560 Box Z-28, PKD $40.00 Place Order
1148 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Cosmic Puppets First Thus Mass Market Paperback Berkley Books 1983 New York Very Good Expanded from: A Glass Of Darkness, Satellite Dember 1956, Levack. Great cover art by Heffernan. This is a solid very good copy showing only light wear. No creasing to the spine, in a tight & firm binding. The price next to the ISBN on the left edge of the front panel has been blacked out. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0425062767 Box Z-22, PKD PB $9.00 Place Order
1087 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Crack in Space First UK Edition Hard Cover Severn House 1989 London Fine Fine This is the first HC edition published by itself. Expanded from the short novel Cantata 140 (1964) and short story Stand-By (1963), MC. Great jacket art by Martin Buchan. The book is unread in a tight clean binding. There is just a hint of toning to the inner-page edges, which is common with this edition. The dust jacket is flawless, covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0727817817 Box Z-28, PKD $30.00 Place Order
1388 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Crack in Space First Printing Paperback Ace Books, Inc. 1966 New York Good Ace #F-377. This is the first publication in complete form. Expanded from the short novel Cantata 140 (1964) and short story Stand-By (1963), MC. Great cover art by Jerome Podwil. Find another world for the deep-freeze people. This is a solid good copy showing moderate but not severe reading stress in a firm binding. Internally, the pages are browned but not brittle. Previous store price sticker to the inner front panel. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $25.00 Place Order
1135 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Dark Haired Girl First Edition Hard Cover Mark V. Ziesing 1988 Very Fine Very Fine This is a collection of largely autobiographical & non-fiction writings by Philip K Dick. Dust jacket and internal illustrations by Mark Bilokur. To my knowledge, this is the only edition of this title. Includes an introduction with individual story commentary by Paul Williams. Contains: The Dark-Haired Girl (1972>, The Android and the Human (1971-72), poem (1972), The Evolution of A Vital Love (1972), letters (1973), the elusive Man, Android, and Machine essay (1975), letter (1981), and Goodbye, Vincent (1972). Limited to 4000 copies [Metaphysical Conjurer]. The book is clean and tight showing no visible wear. Internally clean and free of markings. The dust jacket is crisp with faint creasing at the flap-fold, and tiny paint-peels at the fold tips and spine ends, which is common with this title due to the low-quality paper used for the dust jacket. It's quite common to find this title with moderate scratching/peeling to all aspects of the dj, excepting that it was put into a brodart rather quickly. Aside from noted flaws, the dj is sharp and the artwork bright and striking. The dj is covered with a brodart, and the book protected in an acid-free bag. Mark Bilokur 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0929480031 Box Z-28, PKD $40.00 Place Order
1177 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Divine Invasion First Thus Paperback Grafton Books 1989 United Kingdom Very Good+ Part of the VALIS Trilogy. Manuscript title: Valis Regained, Levack. Expanded from the novelette: Chains of Air Web of Aether [MC 4th Ed]. Great cover art by Chris Foss. A far out drama that involves smuggling Christ onto earth, which is protected by Satan, as an unborn child. This is a solid very good copy showing light stress in a tight binding. Price stamp to the top page edge. Internally, there is a previous store stamp to the inner front panel, otherwise clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586204393 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1178 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Divine Invasion First Printing Paperback Timescape 1982 New York Very Good++ Timescape Books #44343. Part of the VALIS Trilogy. Manuscript title: Valis Regained, Levack. Expanded from the novelette: Chains of Air Web of Aether [MC 4th Ed]. This is the first paperback publication with superb cover art by Rowena. This is a far out drama that involves smuggling Christ onto earth, which is protected by Satan, as an unborn child. This is a solid very good reading copy showing moderate reading stress in a firm binding.. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0671443437 Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
1176 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Game Players of Titan First UK Edition Paperback Sphere Books, Ltd 1969 United Kingdom Very Good Sphere #29572. First UK Edition. Great cover art. Solid very good copy with light reading stress & shelfwear in a firm binding. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $20.00 Place Order
1414 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Game Players of Titan Reprint Paperback Sphere Books, Ltd 1977 United Kingdom Very Good+ Sphere #2961. Great cover art. A solid very good copy showing only light reading stress and no creasing, in a firm binding. Faint and slight sticker residue to the lower edge of the front panel. Internally, there is toning but the pages are still supple. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0722129610 Box Z-22, PKD PB $17.50 Place Order
1392 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Golden Man First Printing Paperback Berkley Publishing Corp. 1980 New York Very Good+ Berkley #04288. This is the first publication of this collection of short stories. Edited with a foreword by Mark Hurst. Introduction, afterword and story notes by Philip K Dick. Collects the stories: The Golden Man, Return Match, The King of the Elves, The Mold of Yancy, Not By Its Cover, The Little Black Box, The Unreconstructed M, The War With the Fnools, The Last of the Masters, Meddler, A Game of Unchance, Sales Pitch, Precious Artifact, Small Town, and The Pre-Persons. This is a clean and solid very good copy showing only slight shelfear. No creasing to the spine. At the upper left corner of the rear panel, there are a few tiny paint spots. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 042504288x Box Z-22, PKD PB $25.00 Place Order
1082 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle First Thus Hard Cover Leather Easton Press 1988 Connecticut Very Fine No Jacket (as issued) Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel. Easton Press Collector's Edition. Illustrated frontis by Richard Powers. Introdiction by Richard Curtis. Full leather with gilt lettering & designing. Gilt page edges, satin ribbon marker. A new copy. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Box Z-28, PKD $50.00 Place Order
1092 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle First Edition Hard Cover G. P. Putnam & Sons 1962 New York Very Good++ Very Good+ True First Edition, meeting all edition points stated in the Levack bibliography: Code D36 on lower left margin of page 239, no date on the title page, bound in black cloth with red lettering on the front cover & spine, with the top page-edge stained yellow. Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel. Number 37 in Pringle's Science Fiction 100 Best. A landmark novel of Speculative Fiction and Alternate Histories. The book is in amazing condition. The binding is tight and boxed, showing only faint shelfwear in the form of bumping/softening to the bottom spine end, and light rubbing to the upper spine end. No staining or fading to boards. The dust jacket is NOT flawless, but in superb condition, giving it a conservative grade of VG+. There are two tiny barely noticeable closed-tears to the upper spine end, and another even smaller to the upper edge of the rear panel. The top tips where the flaps fold around the front/rear boards are creased with the paint rubbed away (but ONLY the points), very small points. A faint crease along the top edge of the front panel, hardly noticeable. There is NO chipping, no fading to the artwork, and it is NOT price-clipped. The dust jacket is covered with a brodart, and the book is preserved in an acid-free bag. A beautiful copy. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Home $1,350.00 Place Order
1201 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle First UK Edition Paperback Penguin Books 1965 United Kingdom Very Good- Penguin #2376. This is the 1st UK Edition. Winner of the Hugo Award for best SF novel of the year 1963. The world famous classic of a conquered America. Cover art by Max Ernst. This is a solid very good reading copy showing moderate reading stress & shelfwear. The binding is slanted but still firm. Internally, the edtes are starting to tone, but not browned & brittle. An X is penned to the upper left forner of the inner front panel. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $8.00 Place Order
1264 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man In the High Castle First Thus Paperback Berkley Books 1974 New York Very Good+ Berkley #02543. Winner of the Hugo Award for best SF novel of the year 1963. This is the first Berkley printing with the red band printed across the front panel. Great cover by Richard M. Powers. The world famous classic of a conquered America. This is a solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear and no creasing. The binding is firm. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1265 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle First Printing Trade Paperback Vintage Books 1992 New York Fine Winner of the Hugo Award best SF novel of the year 1963. One of the newer Vintage TP's with the great cover art. The world famous classic of a conquered America. A clean unread copy. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0679740678 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1391 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man In the High Castle Sixth Printing Paperback Berkley Books 1976 New York Very Good Berkley #03908. Winner of the Hugo Award for best SF novel of the year 1963. This is Berkley reprint with the red band printed across the front panel. Great cover by Richard M. Powers. The world famous classic of a conquered America. A solid very good copy showing light to moderate reading stress in a firm binding. Internally, the pages are starting to tone but are not brittle. Clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
1656 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle UK Reprint Paperback Penguin Books 1976 United Kingdom Very Good+ This is the UK reprintEdition. Winner of the Hugo Award for best SF novel of the year 1963. The world famous classic of a conquered America. Cover art by Peter Goodfellow. A tight unread copy showing only a hint of shelfwear. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0140023763 Box Z-32, PKD $20.00 Place Order
1080 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man Who Japed First UK Edition Hard Cover Eyre Methuen 1978 United Kingdom Very Good++ Near Fine First UK Edition. Also first HC publication in any form. Great jacket art by Chris Moore. The book is tiht with bumping to the corners and spine ends. The pages are toned (but not brittle), which is common with books published during this time. The dust jacket is sharp with minor creases to the lower spine end. Free of chips, rips & tears, covered with a brodart. Protected with an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0413392902 Box Z-28, PKD $200.00 Place Order
1247 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man Who Japed First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1956 New York Very Good Ace #D-193. Ace double bound with The Space Born by E. C. Tubb. First publication of this title. Great cover art by Emsh. A solid very good copy with moderate reading stress to the spine. The binding is still firm. The main flaws of note are 2 short tears to the upper & lower spine edge on the Tubb Side. the tears are short and there is no separation of the signatures. There is also a faint charcole shadow to the front panel of PKD side where it appears the previous store had printed the price (aaargh!). Internally, the pages are lightly toned around the edges and not brittle, but nowhere near as severely as is normally common with these Ace Doubles. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $30.00 Place Order
1248 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man Who Japed First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1956 New York Very Good+ Ace #D-193. Ace double bound with The Space Born by E. C. Tubb. First publication of this title. Great cover art by Emsh. This is a solid very good copy showing only light edge rubbing, and only a few faint creases to the spine. Internally, the pages are lightly toned around the edges and not brittle, but nowhere near as severely as is normally common with these Ace Doubles. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $45.00 Place Order
1435 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Penultimate Truth First Thus Paperback Dell Books 1980 New York Very Good+ Dell #16926. First Dell publication. Expanded from both: The Defenders, Galaxy 1953 & The Mold of Yancy, If 1955 [MC 4th Ed.]. Great cover art by Corben. A tight unread copy showing only faint shelfwear and no creasing. Internally, the pages are clean and white. Protected in an acid free-bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0440169267 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1864 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Philip K. Dick Reader First Edition Trade Paperback Citadel Twilight 1997 Near Fine A collection of 24 stories, including: We Can Remember It for You Wholesale (Total Recall), Second Variety (Screamers), Paycheck, Minority Report and many more. Great cover art by Zina Saunders. A solid copy showing no reading stress and only minimal shelfwear. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0806518561 Box Z-32, PKD $20.00 Place Order
1872 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Preserving Machine and Other Stories Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover Ace Books 1970 New York Very Good Very Good First US hardcover printing with the code 48K on page 309. Collects the stories: What the Dead Men Say, The Preserving Machine, War Game, Upon the Dull Earth, Roog, War Veteran, Top Stand-By Job, Beyond Lies the Wub, We Can Remember It For You Wholesale (Total Recall), Captive Market, If There Were No Benny Cemoli, Retreat Syndrome, The Crawlers, Oh To Be A Blobel!, and Pay For the Printer. The book is clean and tight with moderate edgewear and bumping at the spine ends and corners. The dust jacket is heavily rubbed along the edges and scuffed on the panels. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Box Z-32, PKD $30.00 Place Order
1165 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Preserving Machine and Other Stories First Thus Paperback Pan Books, Ltd. 1972 United Kingdom Very Good++ Collects the stories: What the Dead Men Say, The Preserving Machine, War Game, Upon the Dull Earth, Roog, War Veteran, Top Stand-By Job, Beyond Lies the Wub, We Can Remember It For You Wholesale (Total Recall), Captive Market, If There Were No Benny Cemoli, Retreat Syndrome, The Crawlers, Oh To Be A Blobel!, and Pay For the Printer. Omits What the Dead Men Say, which was only published in the US editions. This is a solid very good copy showing only minimal shelfwear. There is a faint crease along the edge of the front panel nearest the spine. No creasing to the spine itself.. The binding is uncracked and still firm. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0330233637 Box Z-22, PKD PB $7.00 Place Order
1166 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Preserving Machine and Other Stories First Edition Paperback Grafton Books 1987 New York Very Good+ Collects the stories: What the Dead Men Say, The Preserving Machine, War Game, Upon the Dull Earth, Roog, War Veteran, Top Stand-By Job, Beyond Lies the Wub, We Can Remember It For You Wholesale (Total Recall), Captive Market, If There Were No Benny Cemoli, Retreat Syndrome, The Crawlers, Oh To Be A Blobel!, and Pay For the Printer. What the Dead Men Say was only included in the US editions of this title. Great cover art by Chris Foss. This is a solid very good copy in a tight binding showing only light shelfwear in the form of a faint fold crease to the lower right corner of the front panel. No creasing to the spine. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586069380 Box Z-22, PKD PB $8.00 Place Order
1167 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Preserving Machine and Other Stories First Thus Paperback Ace Books 1976 New York Very Good Ace #67801. This is an Ace re-issue with new cover art, still carrying the original 1969 copyright page information. Collects the stories: What the Dead Men Say, The Preserving Machine, War Game, Upon the Dull Earth, Roog, War Veteran, Top Stand-By Job, Beyond Lies the Wub, We Can Remember It For You Wholesale (Total Recall), Captive Market, If There Were No Benny Cemoli, Retreat Syndrome, The Crawlers, Oh To Be A Blobel!, and Pay For the Printer. What the Dead Men Say was only included in the US editions. Great cover art by David Schleinkofer.. This is a solid very good copy showing moderate reading stress & shelfwear. The binding is firm, and internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
2120 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Selected Letters of Philip K Dick 1938-1971 Limited/Numbered/Signed Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1996 California As New As New Volume 1 in a series of 5. Introduction by James Blaylock. Signed Edition limited to 250 copies, of which this is numbered 118. In dark blue slipcase. Additionally signed by James Blaylock. Stunning wraparound jacket art by Ilene Meyer. Included are letters to: Anthony Boucher, James Blish, Frederick Pohl, Terry Carr, Anne Dick, James Pike, Scott Meredith, Roger Zelazny, Donald Wolheim, Harlan Ellison, and many others. As new in like dust jacket and slipcase. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Signed By Contributor 1887424202 Box Z-28, PKD $125.00 Place Order
1118 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Selected Letters of Philip K Dick 1972-1973 First Trade Edition Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1993 California As New As New Volume 2 in a series of 5. Introduction Dennis Etchison. Stunning dj art by Ilene Meyer. Letters to: Terry Carr, Ursula K. LeGuin, Anne Dick, Stanislaw Lem, the FBI, Tom Disch, Roger Zelazny, and many others. The book is new in a firm binding. The dust jacket is crisp and free of chips rips & tears, with a minor rub to the upper edge of the inner rear flap. The dj is covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0887331610 Box Z-28, PKD $55.00 Place Order
1119 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Selected Letters of Philip K Dick 1974 First Trade Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1991 California As New As New This is volume 3 in a series of 5. Foreword by William Gibson. Series Editor is Paul Williams. Fanciful dust jacket art by Ilene Meyer. This is just ONE YEAR of his letter writing!! Notable for his first VALIS Expience. Here are some of those he corresponded with: John Brunner, Ursula K. LeGuin, Gustav Hasford, Robert Heinlein, Philip Jose Farmer, Ron Goulart and too many more to name. I have several original manuscript letters from this year, so email me if you are interested. The book is clean and tight showing no wear. The dust jacket is crisp and free of chips rips & tears, covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0887331041 Box Z-28, PKD $55.00 Place Order
1051 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Selected Letters of Philip K Dick 1977-1979 First Trade Edition Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1992 As New As New Volume 5 in a series of 5. Edited by Don Herron. Introduction by Robert Anton Wilson. Stunning dj art by Ilene Meyer. Letters to: Roger Zelazny, Robert Silverberg, Susan Sontag, Patricia Warrick, and many others. As new copy in like dust jacket. The dust jacket is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0887331203 Box Z-33, PKD $70.00 Place Order
1128 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Simulacra First UK Edition Hard Cover Eyre Methuen 1977 United Kingdom Very Good++ Near Fine First hardcover edition in any form. This hc edition followed the First UK paperback by 1 month. Working title: The First Lady of Earth. Expanded & adapted from the novelette Novelty Act which was first published is the pulp Fantastic, Levack (MC 4th Ed.). Superb jacket art by Chris Moore. Due to the scarcity of this edition, I can only assume that few were printed or few have survived the years. The book is tight showing very minimal exterior wear in the form of a light bump to the upper spine end. Internally, the pages are lightly browned but not overly so and NOT brittle. All copies I've seen listed note the same flaw, and it should be expected since the quality of the paper used was poor. The browning aside, the book is internally clean and free of any markings. The binding is firm and square. The dust jacket is beautiful. I call it near fine due to the publisher price label affixed to the lower right corner of the inner front flap. No chips, rips, tears, or clipping. The artwork is still bright. The dj is covered in a brodart, and the book is protected in an acid-free bag. A superb copy. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0413377504 Science Fiction $750.00 Place Order
1254 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Simulacra First UK Edition Paperback Magnum Books 1977 United Kingdom Very Good++ First UK Paperback. Manuscript title: The First Lady of Earth. Expanded & adapted from the novelette Novelty Act which was first published is the pulp Fantastic, [Levack & MC 4th Ed.]. Superb cover art by Chris Moore, which was also used for the jacket art of the rare 1st UK Hardcover. This a solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear and no creasing, in a firm binding. Internally the pages are supple and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 041701970x Box Z-22, PKD PB $35.00 Place Order
1427 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Simulacra First UK Edition Paperback Magnum Books 1977 United Kingdom Very Good+ First UK Paperback. Manuscript title: The First Lady of Earth. Expanded & adapted from the novelette Novelty Act which was first published is the pulp Fantastic, [Levack & MC 4th Ed.]. Superb cover art by Chris Moore, which was also used for the jacket art of the rare 1st UK Hardcover. This a solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear and no creasing to the spine, in a firm binding. There are a few tiny and faint creases along the edges and to the panel corners. Internally the pages are mildly toned but still supple and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 041701970x Box Z-22, PKD PB $30.00 Place Order
1188 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch First Printing Re-Issue Paperback MacFadden Books 1971 New York Very Good MacFadden Books #75-399. Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Expanded from the short-story, The Days of Perky Pat. Although the copyright page states 2nd printing, this is a 1st re-issue with new cover art, printed 5 years after the 1st printing. New cover art by Jack Faragasso. This is a solid very good copy showing moderate reading stress, in a firm binding. Internally clean, except for a previous store stamp to the first page. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $8.00 Place Order
1189 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch First UK Paperback Paperback Penguin Books 1973 New York Very Good++ This is the first UK paperback printing. Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Expanded from the short-story, The Days of Perky Pat. Stellar cover art by David Pelham. This is a very clean copy showing only light shelfwear, in a firm binding. A faint date stamp to the bottom page edge. Internally clean and free of markings with no toning to the pages. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0140033998 Box Z-22, PKD PB $17.50 Place Order
1190 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch First Thus Paperback Manor Books 1975 New York Very Good+ Manor #12296. Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Expanded from the short-story, The Days of Perky Pat. This is a clean and tight copy showing no reading creases and only faint shelfwear. The only external flaw of note is a tiny peel to the upper spine end. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1257 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch First Printing Re-Issue Paperback MacFadden Books 1971 New York Very Good++ MacFadden Books #75-399. Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Expanded from the short-story, The Days of Perky Pat. Although the copyright page states 2nd printing, this is a 1st re-issue with new cover art, printed 5 years after the 1st printing. New cover art by Jack Faragasso. This superb copy appears unread. The binding is firm, there is no creasing, and only a hint of shelfwear. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $13.00 Place Order
1425 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch First Thus Paperback Bantam Books 1977 New York Very Good Ballantine #10586. This is the first Bantam publication. Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Expanded from the short-story, The Days of Perky Pat. Cover art by Szafran. This is a solid very good copy showing light to moderate reading stress in the form of minor creasing and scuffing to the rear panel. The binding is firm. Internally, a hint of toning but no brittleness. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0553105868 Box Z-22, PKD PB $8.00 Place Order
1437 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch First Thus Trade Paperback Orion Publishing Group / Gollancz 2003 United Kingdom Fine SF Masterworks #52. Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Expanded from the short-story, The Days of Perky Pat. Great cover art by Chris Moore. This is a clean and tight unread copy showing NO creasing, and only a hint of shelfwear. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0575074809 Box Z-22, PKD PB $25.00 Place Order
1088 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Transmigration of Timothy Archer First US Edition Hard Cover Timescape Books 1981 New York Near Fine Very Good++ Working title: Bishop Timothy Archer. Main character loosely based on friend Bishop James Pike. Part of the Valis Trilogy. The book is clean and tight with light shelfwear, and NO remainder stamp, which is fairly uncommon. The dust jacket is crisp with a TINY closed tear (barely noticeable) to the lower left edge of the front panel near the spine, covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0671440667 Box Z-28, PKD $30.00 Place Order
1660 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Transmigration of Timothy Archer First Printing Mass Market Paperback Pocket Books 1983 New York Very Good Timescape #46751. Working title: Bishop Timothy Archer. Archer loosely based on friend Bishop James Pike. Part of the Valis Trilogy. A solid very good reading copy in a firm binding. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0671467514 Box Z-32, PKD $5.00 Place Order
1409 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Turning Wheel and Other Stories First UK Edition Paperback Coronet Books 1977 United Kingdom Very Good++ Coronet #21829. Published in the US under the title The Book Of Philip K Dick [Levack]. Contains the stories: Nanny, The Turning Wheel, The Defenders, Adjustment Team, Psi-Man, The Commuter, A Present for Pat, Breakfast At Twilight, and Shell Game. A clean copy showing only a hint of shelfwear with no creasing to the spine. A tiny faint spot of sticker residue. Light spotting to the page edges. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0340218290 Box Z-22, PKD PB $20.00 Place Order
1202 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Unteleported Man First Edition Paperback Berkley Books 1983 New York Very Good+ Berkley #06252. Expanded from the short novel of the same title printed in the Pulp Fantastic 12/64. With the author's previously unpublished original ending not in the 1966 Ace edition. Was also published in its entirety in the UK by Gollancz under the title Lies Inc.. More missing pages can also be found in the PKDS Newsletter #8. [MC 4th Ed.] A very solid copy showing only a hint of shelfwear in a firm binding. Price inked out on front panel, but barely noticeable with the dark cover art. Internally, a date is neatly penned to the upper left edge of the first page, otherwise clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 042506252x Box Z-22, PKD PB $9.00 Place Order
1203 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Unteleported Man First Edition Paperback Berkley Books 1983 New York Very Good- Berkley #06252. Expanded from the short novel of the same title printed in the Pulp Fantastic 12/64. With the author's previously unpublished original ending not in the 1966 Ace edition. Was also published in its entirety in the UK by Gollancz under the title Lies Inc.. More missing pages can also be found in the PKDS Newsletter #8. [MC 4th Ed.] A solid very good reading copy with moderate reading stress. A sticker scar with some minor loss to the U in the title on the front panel. Date stamp to the bottom page edge, and a previous store stamp to the inner front panel. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 042506252x Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
1415 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Unteleported Man Reprint Paperback Magnum Books / Methuen Paperbacks, Ltd. 1979 United Kingdom Very Good Magnum #04600. Expanded from the short novel of the same title printed in the Pulp Fantastic 12/64. Was also published in its entirety in the UK by Gollancz under the title Lies Inc.. More missing pages can also be found in the PKDS Newsletter #8 [MC 4th Ed.]. Great cover art by Chris Moore. A solid very good copy showing only light reading stress, with a fold crease to the upper left corner of the rear panel. The binding is firm. Very tiny sticker scar to the upper right corner of the front panel. Internally, a hint of toning but only slightly. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0417046006 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1848 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Valis Trilogy Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover Quality Paperback Bookclub 1990 Near Fine Very Good++ Collects: VALIS, The Divine Invasion and The Transmigration Of Timothy Archer. Afterword by Kim Stanley Robinson. The first and only hardcover edition. The book is clean and tight showing only a hint of shelfwear. Internally clean and free of markings. The dust jacket is lightly rubbed at the spine ends, but still crisp and free of chips rips & tears. The dj is covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $25.00 Place Order
1156 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The World Jones Made First Thus Paper New English Library / Sidgwick & Jackson 1976 United Kingdom Very Good+ Manuscript title: Womb For Another, Levack. Great cover art by Terry Oaks. This is a solid very good copy with mainly light shelfwear. However, there is a bump & peel ot the upper spine end and a bump & crease to the lower spine end. Still a tight boxed copy. Internally, barely a hint of toning and clean of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0283983647 Box Z-22, PKD PB $20.00 Place Order
1262 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The World Jones Made First Thus Paperback Ace Books 1975 New York Very Good Ace #90951. Third Ace publication printed in 1975, with new cover art and still carrying the 1956 copyright. Manuscript title: Womb For Another, Levack. This is a solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear in a firm binding. There are 3 tiny faint spots to the lower left edge of the front panel, in the white of the cover and not abscuring the artwork. Internally, the top edge of the inner front panel shows a owner name penned out and a date stamp, otherwise the pages are clean and supple. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1263 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The World Jones Made First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1956 New York Very Good Ace #D-150. This is the first publication of this book. Ace Double bound with Agent Of the Unknown by Margaret St. Clair. Manuscript title: Womb For Another, Levack. Great cover art by Schulz. A solid very good copy showing light to moderate stress in the form of creasing and shelfwear. It's not severe as is common with this edition. The binding is firm. Internally, a hint of toning but no brittleness. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $18.00 Place Order
1417 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The World Jones Made First Thus Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1956 New York Very Good Ace #F-429. First stand-alone printing. Second Ace Edition published 1967 with new cover art by Kelly Freas, and still carrying the 1956 copyright. Manuscript title: Womb For Another, Levack. A solid very good reading copy showing moderate reading stress in a firm binding. There are 3 minor edge chips to the front panel, 2 at the corners and 1 upper edge. Internally, the pages are toned, but not brittle. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
1083 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Zap Gun First Thus Hard Cover Gregg Press 1979 Boston Near Fine No Jacket (as issued) Expanded from Project Plowshare, Worlds of Tomorrow Nov 1965, Levack. This is the first HARDCOVER printing of this title. The Gregg Press Science Fiction Series, David G. Hartwell & L. W. Currey Editors. A new introduction by Charles Platt. Frontispiece illustration by Hannah Shapero. This is a full photographic reprint of the first edition PBO published by Pyramid Publications in 1967. The PKD Gregg Press Editions were largely distributed to libraries, and their print runs were typically around 500. This is a stunning copy that is NOT an ex-library edition. The book shows only light shelfwear in the form of minor rubbing/fading to the green of the spine ends and board corners. No staining or soiling, and internally clean and free of markings. Gilt autograph on front board, and gilt titling on the spine, with a bold red background to offset the text, all of which was consistent on all the Philip K Dick Gregg Press editions. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0839824947 Box Z-33, PKD $150.00 Place Order
1175 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Zap Gun First UK Edition Paperback Panther Books / Granada Publishing 1975 United Kingdom Very Good First UK Publication. Expanded from Project Plowshare in Worlds of Tomorrow November 1965, Levack. Outline published in the PKDS Newsletter #16. Great cover art by Peter Jones. A solid very good copy showing moderate reading stress. 1 signature offset from the rest, but NOT detatched. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586041125 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1192 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Time Out of Joint First Thus Paperback Penguin Books 1969 United Kingdom Very Good Penguin #02847. First UK paperback publication. This is the unabridged version which was expanded from 3 issues of the pulp New Worlds in 1959 [Levack]. Manuscript title: Biography In Time. Pringle, Science Fiction: Number 28 of The 100 Best Novels. Great cover art by Franco Grignani. A solid very good copy showing moderate wear, in a firm binding. A penned X to the upper left corner of the inner front panel, otherwise internally clean. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $8.00 Place Order
1205 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Time Out of Joint First US Edition Hard Cover Lippincott 1959 Philadelphia Very Good Very Good This is the unabridged version which was expanded from 3 issues of the pulp New Worlds in 1959 [Levack]. Pringle, Science Fiction: Number 28 of The 100 Best Novels. Manuscript title: Biography In Time. This is the first Philip K Dick title to see US hardcover publication. Orange boards with black lettering on the spine & front board, with no date on title page and First Edition stated on copyright page. The book is tight & boxed, showing moderate shelfwear. Some of the color has been rubbed away exposing white on the spine ends, tips, and top/bottom edges. Most of the rubbing is localized to the spine ends and bottom edges of the front & rear boards. Internally, previous owner name is neatly penned along with an address stamp to the inner front board. The pages are still white and supple. The dust jacket shows a fair amount of wear. There is chipping to the corners of the flap folds, along with creasing along the front fold. There is also a shallow chip to the upper edge of the front panel that actually starts at the top spine end and goes to about half-way across the front panel. The depth is shallow, measuring roughly 1/8 inch. There is also a chip at the rear panel upper left corner with a depth & length of roughly 3/4 inch and is an angled. There are a few closed tears, some neat and some jagged, but they all fold back to their proper places. The spine ends are chipped, but it's shallow not extending to either the author or publisher name. There is some scuffing. NOT price-clipped. In my experience, very few of these dust jackets have survived in superior condition, and this one is still nicer than others I've encountered. Those that have, you pay a high premium for. For the flaws I've drawn attention to, this is still a presentable copy, and suitable as an upgrade for either an ex-lib or copy lacking a dj. The dj is covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Box Z-34, PKD $450.00 Place Order
1212 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Time Out of Joint First Thus Hard Cover Gregg Press 1979 Boston Near Fine No Jacket (as issued) This is the unabridged version which was expanded from 3 issues of the pulp New Worlds in 1959 [Levack]. Manuscript title: Biography In Time. Pringle, Science Fiction: Number 28 of The 100 Best Novels. This is not the first hardcover edition of this title, however it is even more scarce than the 1st Edition published by Lippincott. A new introduction by Louis Stathis. Frontispiece illustration by Hannah Shapero. This is a full photographic reproduction of the 1959 Lippincott hardcover edition. The Gregg Press Science Fiction Series, David G. Hartwell & L. W. Currey Editors. The PKD Gregg Press Editions were largely distributed to libraries, and their print runs were typically around 500. This is a stunning copy that is NOT an ex-library edition. The book shows only faint shelfwear in the form of light rubbing to the board corners & tips. The binding is boxed and tight. Internally clean and free of markings. Gilt autograph on front board, and gilt titling on the spine, with a bold red background to offset the text, all of which was consistent on all the Philip K Dick Gregg Press editions. A stunning copy of an ultra-rare edition. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0839824807 Home $650.00 Place Order
1256 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Time Out of Joint First Printing Paperback Dell Books 1979 New York Near Fine First Dell publication. Dell #18860. This is the unabridged version which was expanded from 3 issues of the pulp New Worlds in 1959 [Levack]. Manuscript title: Biography In Time [MC, 4th ed]. Pringle, Science Fiction: Number 28 of The 100 Best Novels. This scarce printing displays great Corbin cover art. This stellar copy appears unread and well taken care of. Very faint shelfwear, not even worthy of real note. There is a publisher crinkle to the spine, but it's short and there is no creasing. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0440188601 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
1434 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Time Out of Joint First Thus Paperback Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc. 1990 New York Very Good++ Afterword by Lou Stathis. This is the unabridged version which was expanded from 3 issues of the pulp New Worlds in 1959 [Levack]. Manuscript title: Biography In Time. Pringle, Science Fiction: Number 28 of The 100 Best Novels. Great cover art with one internal illustration by Matt Howarth. The time is now, but the date on the newspaper was April 3rd 1998. This is true Phildickian storytelling, with stellar new cover art. This is a tight unread copy with no creasing to the spine. Showing only minor shelfwearm, and that is mainly to the edges along the spine. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0881843520 Box Z-22, PKD PB $20.00 Place Order
1158 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Ubik Reprint Paperback Panther Books / Granada Publishing 1978 United Kingdom Very Good+ Manuscript title: Death Of An Anti-Watcher, Levack. Expanded from the novella What the Dead Men Say which first appeared in the pulp Worlds of Tomorrow in 1964. Great cover art by Ian Robertson. A tight very good copy with only light shelfwear, and faint creasing to the edge of the front & rear panels nearest the spine. No creasing to the spine itself. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586037160 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
1214 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Ubik First Thus Hard Cover Gregg Press 1979 Boston Near Fine No Jacket (as issued) Manuscript title: Death Of An Anti-Watcher, Levack. Expanded from the novella What the Dead Men Say which first appeared in the pulp Worlds of Tomorrow in 1964. A new introduction by Michael Bishop. Frontispiece illustration by Hannah Shapero. This is a full photographic reproduction of the 1969 Doubleday hardcover 1st edition. The Gregg Press Science Fiction Series, David G. Hartwell & L. W. Currey Editors. The PKD Gregg Press Editions were largely distributed to libraries, and their print runs were typically around 500. This is a stunning copy that is NOT an ex-library edition. The book shows only faint shelfwear in the form of light rubbing to the upper spine end (not bumped). The binding is boxed and tight. Internally clean and free of markings. Gilt autograph on front board, and gilt titling on the spine, with a bold red background to offset the text, all of which was consistent on all the Philip K Dick Gregg Press editions. A stunning copy of an ultra-rare edition. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0839824785 Home $200.00 Place Order
1389 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Valis First Edition Paperback Bantam Books 1981 New York Very Good Bantam #14156. Book 1 in the VALIS Trilogy. Working titles: To Scare the Dead and Zebra. This is the True First of this title, with the hardcover editions following years later. The first printing sold 85000 copies within 3 months. Stellar cover art by Berkey. This is by far Phil Dick's most proufound piece. He touches on the conflict in his life with this book, and it should be seen as both an autobiographical & speculative history. Strictly a very good copy with chipping to the covers, in a firm binding. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0553141562 Science Fiction Case $5.00 Place Order
1390 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Valis First Edition Paperback Bantam Books 1981 New York Very Good Bantam #14156. Book 1 in the VALIS Trilogy. Working titles: To Scare the Dead and Zebra. This is the True First of this title, with the hardcover editions following years later. The first printing sold 85000 copies within 3 months. Stellar cover art by Berkey. This is by far Phil Dick's most proufound piece. He touches on the conflict in his life with this book, and it should be seen as both an autobiographical & speculative history. A solid very good copy with 2 areas of minor creasing to the edges, and no creasing to the spine. Internally, a hint of toning but no brittleness. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0553141562 Science Fiction Case $20.00 Place Order
1438 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Valis Second Impression Trade Paperback Orion Publishing Group / Gollancz 2002 United Kingdom Fine SF Masterworks #43. Book 1 in the VALIS Trilogy. Working titles: To Scare the Dead and Zebra. This is by far Phil Dick's most proufound piece. He touches on the conflict in his life with this book, and it should be seen as both an autobiographical & speculative history. Great cover art by Chris Moore. A clean and tight urnead copy showing NO creasing and only faint shelfwear. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1857983394 Box Z-34, PKD PB $17.50 Place Order
1718 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Valis First UK Edition Hard Cover Kerosina Publications, Ltd. 1987 United Kingdom Very Fine Very Fine Book 1 in the VALIS Trilogy. Afterword by Kim Stanley Robinson. Working titles: To Scare the Dead and Zebra. This edition was limited to 1500 copies. This is NOT part of the signed limited with the Cosmogony. However, this copy is briefly inscribed by Kim Stanley Robinson on the title page. This is by far Phil Dick's most proufound piece. He touches on the conflict in his life with this book, and it should be seen as both an autobiographical & speculative history. Both the book and dust jacket are in new condition. The dust jacket is covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Inscribed 0948893168 Box Z-34, PKD $125.00 Place Order
1053 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Valis and Cosmogony & Cosmology Limited/Numbered/Signed Hard Cover Kerosina Publications, Ltd. 1987 United Kingdom Very Fine Very Fine Book 1 in the VALIS Trilogy. Working titles: To Scare the Dead and Zebra. Edition limited to 250 copies slipcased with Cosmogony and Cosmology, of which this is numbered 236. Signed by Kim Stanley Robinson on the limitation page, who also did the afterword. Frontis illustration and Gilt cover decoration by Keith Roberts. The volume Cosmogony & Cosmology was limited to 825 total copies, with an introduction by Paul Williams. 500 were paperbound, and only 325 were hardbound and included with the special hardcover editions. Additionally, Paul Williams has SIGNED the Cosmogony volume. The limited edition was not originally issued with his autograph. No dust jacket as issued for Cosmogony & Cosmology. Both volumes are in very fine unread condition, and the dj for Valis is crisp and new. The slipcase is sharp and shows no wear. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Signed 094889315x Science Fiction Case $250.00 Place Order
1209 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Vulcan's Hammer First Thus Hard Cover Gregg Press 1979 Boston Near Fine No Jacket (as issued) Expanded from the novella of the same name which appeared in the pulp Future #29 1956. To my knowledge, this is the only hardcover edition of this title. A new introduction by Fax Goodlife. Frontispiece illustration by Hannah Shapero. This is a full photographic reproduction of the 1960 ACE Books PBO. The Gregg Press Science Fiction Series, David G. Hartwell & L. W. Currey Editors. The PKD Gregg Press Editions were largely distributed to libraries, and their print runs were typically around 500. This is a stunning copy that is NOT an ex-library edition. The book shows only faint shelfwear in the form of light rubbing to the board corners. Internally clean and free of markings. Gilt autograph on front board, and gilt titling on the spine, with a bold red background to offset the text, all of which was consistent on all the Philip K Dick Gregg Press editions. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 083982484x Home $125.00 Place Order
1105 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) We Can Build You First UK Edition Hard Cover Severn House 1988 London Very Fine Very Fine This is both the First hardcover and UK edition. Manuscript title: The First In Your Family. Expanded from A Lincoln Simulacrum, which was serialized in the pulp Amazing November 1969/70. Superb jacket illustration by Chriss Foss. A crisp unread copy in like dust jacket. The dj is covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0727815954 Box Z-28, PKD $40.00 Place Order
1258 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) We Can Build You First Thus Paperback Grafton Books 1986 United Kingdom Very Good++ Manuscript title: The First In Your Family. Expanded from A Lincoln Simulacrum, which was serialized in the pulp Amazing November 1969/70. Great cover art by Chris Foss, which was also used on the Severn House HC 1st. This is a tight very good copy showing only a hint of shelfwear, and faint creasing to the panel edges along the spine, no creasing to the spine itself. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586064907 Box Z-22, PKD PB $25.00 Place Order
1259 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) We Can Build You First Printing Re-Issue Paperback Daw Books, Inc. 1972 New York Very Good++ Daw UY1164. Although they used the copyright page from the 1972 1st Daw Printing, this is the 2nd re-issue printed in 1975 carrying new cover art by Eddie Jones. To my knowledge, this re-issue was not reprinted. Daw did do a 3rd re-issue which differed slightly from the previous 2. Manuscript title: The First In Your Family. Expanded from A Lincoln Simulacrum, which was serialized in the pulp Amazing November 1969/70. This is a solid very good copy showing only a hint of shelfwear in a tight binding. No creasing. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $7.00 Place Order

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