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Image 001290 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle Eleventh Printing Paperback Berkley Books 1983 New York Very Good No Jacket Berkley #06321. Winner of the Hugo Award for best SF novel of the year 1963. The world famous classic of a conquered America. This is an 11th printing of the fifth time Berkley published this title with new cover art. This is a solid very good copy. There is light creasing and minor rubbing, otherwise the book is tight and internally sound. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction Case $10.00 Place Order
Image 001291 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle Seventh Printing Paperback Berkley Books 1974 New York Good Berkley #04323. Winner of the Hugo Award for best SF novel of the year 1963. A Berkley printing with a new cover (red band printed across the front panel). The world famous classic of a conquered America. This is a solid good copy. There is creasing and minor rubbing, well done tape repair to the top spine end and a tear to the left spine edge at the lower edge of the rear panel. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0425043231 Science Fiction Case $7.00 Place Order
Image 001292 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle Tenth Printing Paperback Berkley Books 1982 New York Very Good No Jacket Berkley #05051. Winner of the Hugo Award best SF novel of the year 1963. The world famous classic of a conquered America. A Berkley printing with a new cover. This is a solid very good copy. There is light creasing (not to spine) and minor rubbing, otherwise a tight copy and internally clean. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction Case $8.00 Place Order
Image 001919 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man In the High Castle Fifth Printing Paperback Berkley Books 1974 New York Very Good No Jacket Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel, Levack. Berkley #03080. Tight copy with moderate edgewear. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction Case $7.00 Check Availability
Image 001920 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man In the High Castle First Thus Paperback Berkley Books 1979 New York Very Good+ No Jacket Berkley #04323. Winner of the Hugo Award for best SF novel of the year 1963. A Berkley printing with a new cover (red band printed across the front panel). The world famous classic of a conquered America. Bright copy with minor creasing, not to spine. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001924 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man In the High Castle Thirteenth Printing Paperback Berkley Books 1985 New York Very Good++ No Jacket Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel, Levack. Bright copy with very minor rubbing. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-32, PKD $6.00 Check Availability
Image 001926 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man In the High Castle Ninth Printing Paperback Berkley Books 1981 New York Very Good No Jacket Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel, Levack. Berkley #05051. Solid very good copy with light rubbing & creasing. Internally clean and the binding is still tight. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction Case $7.00 Check Availability
Image 002037 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man In the High Castle Reprint Paperback Ex-Library Berkley Books 1981 New York Very Good++ No Jacket Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel, Levack. X-lib copy rebound in boards. A good reading copy. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction $5.00 Check Availability
Image 001264 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
Image 001391 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
Image 001082 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
Image 001802 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover G. P. Putnam & Sons 1962 New York Very Good++ Very Good++ Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel. Second US hardcover edition with code D45 on page 239. Dust jacket art is that which was used on the first edition. An electrifying novel of our world as it might have been. The book is clean and tight with only light shelfwear, and bumping at the spine ends. Internally clean and free of markings. The dust jacket is rubbed with minor yellowing to the spine. Still crisp and striking, covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction Case $20.00 Check Availability
Image 001803 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover G. P. Putnam & Sons 1962 New York Near Fine Near Fine Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel. The is the second BCE with alternate dj art by Tony Gleeson: The Man, The High Castle, and the Rising Sun in the background. Dedication to Tessa Dick. This edition published in 1980, although it still carries the original 1962 copyright date. [MC 4th Ed] The book is clean and tight with only light shelfwear. Internally clean and free of markings. The dust jacket is lightly rubbed, but still crisp and free of chips rips & tears. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0244151809 Science Fiction $15.00 Check Availability
Image 000876 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover G. P. Putnam & Sons 1962 New York Near Fine Near Fine Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel. The is the second BCE with alternate dj art: The Man, The High Castle, and the Rising Sun in the background. Dedication to Tessa Dick. The book is clean and tight with only light shelfwear. Internally clean and free of markings. The dust jacket is lightly rubbed, but still crisp and free of chips rips & tears. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Box Z-32, PKD $15.00 Check Availability
Image 001092 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
Image 001339 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover G. P. Putnam's Sons 1962 New York Very Good No Jacket Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel. This is the second US hardcover publication with the code D45 on page 239. This is a solid very good copy without dust jacket. There is moderate rubbing to the edges and bumpign at the spine ends. Internally, the pages are clean and the binding is still tight. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction Case $10.00 Check Availability
Image 001869 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle First UK Edition Hard Cover Ex-Library Gollancz 1975 United Kingdom Very Good- Near Fine This is the first UK hardcover edition. The book is a clean x-lib with the first endpaper removed, and markings removed with sandpaper. There is a slight lean to the spine, but it's still tight. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction Case $85.00 Check Availability
Image 000274 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle First Thus Hard Cover Gregg Press 1979 Boston Near Fine No Jacket (as issued) The Gregg Press Science Fiction Series, David G. Hartwell & L. W. Currey Editors. A new introduction by Joseph Milicia. Frontispiece illustration by Hannah Shapero. This is a full photographic reproduction of the Hugo Award winning 1962 first edition. 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. This came from the collection of a former employee of The Gregg Press. The book shows only light shelfwear. 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 0839824769 Science Fiction Case $300.00 Place Order
Image 001201 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
Image 001656 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
Image 001922 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man In the High Castle First Thus Paperback Popular Library 1968 New York Good+ Popular Library #60-2289. Won the 1963 Hugo for Best Novel, 1968 edition with 1962 only date on copyright page [Levack]. Great cover art. Solid good reading copy with moderate rubbing & creasing, but still internally clean and the binding is tight. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001925 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man In the High Castle First Thus Trade Paperback Vintage 1992 New York Near Fine No Jacket 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. Very bright copy. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Box Z-32, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 000275 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man in the High Castle Reprint 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 new unread copy. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0679740678 Box Z-32, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001265 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
Image 001967 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man Who Japed First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1956 New York 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 good reading copy with heavy stress and moderate water staining internally. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
Image 001969 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man Who Japed First Thus Paperback Ace Books 1956 New York Very Good Ace #51910. Second Ace publication from 1973 with 1956 only date still on copyright page [Levack]. Great cover art by Dean Ellis. Solid very good reading copy with moderate stress and store stamp to inner front panel. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $20.00 Place Order
Image 001247 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
Image 001248 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
Image 001080 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
Image 001426 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man Who Japed First Thus Paperback Methuen / Magnum 1987 United Kingdom Near Fine Magnum #02590. Stellar cover art by Chris Moore, which was same art used on the UK HC 1st edition.. A tight unread copy showing no creasing to the spine, and only minor shelfwear. The binding is firm. Internally a hint of toning, but only minor with no brittleness. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0417025904 Box Z-22, PKD PB $20.00 Check Availability
Image 001139 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike First Edition Hard Cover Mark V. Ziesing 1984 Connecticut Very Fine Very Fine This early mainstream novel was originally written in 1960. It falls just before The Man In the Hight Castle in the PKD writing timeline. This edition was limited to 800 unnumbered copies, followed only by 2 fairly scarce paperback editions. Dark jacket illustration by Dell Harris, and included bookplate (not affixed) illustrated by Rick DeMarco. The book is clean and tight with only light bumping to the spine ends. Internally clean and free of markings. The dust jacket is crisp and free of wear, covered with a brodart. The book is protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 096129700x Box Z-28, PKD $160.00 Place Order
Image 001842 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Minority Report First Thus Trade Paperback Citadel Twilight 1991 Good No Jacket Volume 4 of the collected stories of Philip K Dick. First trade paper edition. Heavy reading stress, but still bound and intact. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $16.50 Check Availability
Image 001748 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Original Science Fiction Stories January 1957 First Edition Soft Cover Pulp Magazine Columbia Publications Inc. 1957 New York Good Volume 7 number 4, January 1957. Contains the novelet The Unreconstructed M by Philip K Dick. Additional stories by: Isaac Asimov, Robert Silverberg, John Christopher, L Sprague de Camp and 2 others. Cover art by Emsh and other illustrations by Freas and Orban. A solid good copy with a split to the left edge of the front panel along the spine and moderate shelfwear. Internally the pages are toned as is common with most pulps but not brittle. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-34, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001868 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Penultimate Truth First Thus Trade Paperback Bluejay Books 1984 Very Good++ A Bluejay Special Edition, with an afterword by Thomas M. Disch. Expanded from both: The Defenders, Galaxy 1953 & The Mold of Yancy, If 1955 [MC 4th Ed.]. Cover art by Shaw. A solid very good reading copy showing light reading stress. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0312943563 Box Z-32, PKD $10.00 Check Availability
Image 000852 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Penultimate Truth First Thus Paperback Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc. 1989 New York Near Fine Afterword by Thomas M. Disch. Expanded from both: The Defenders, Galaxy 1953 & The Mold of Yancy, If 1955 [MC 4th Ed.]. Great new cover art. A tight unread copy in a firm binding. Protected in an acid free-bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0881844934 Box Z-32, PKD $10.00 Check Availability
Image 001435 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
Image 000807 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Penultimate Truth First Thus Paperback Leisure Books 1964 Very Good+ Leisure Books #285NK. Copyright page reads 1964, but this is a 1975 edition [Levack]. Expanded from both: The Defenders, Galaxy 1953 & The Mold of Yancy, If 1955 [MC 4th Ed.]. Tight copy with light to moderate reading stress. Internally clean and shows no toning. Protected in an acid-free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall 0843900285 Box Z-33, PKD $10.00 Check Availability
Image 001424 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Penultimate Truth Reprint Paperback Triad Panther Books / Granada Publishing 1984 United Kingdom Very Good++ Granada #04787. Expanded from both: The Defenders, Galaxy 1953 & The Mold of Yancy, If 1955 [MC 4th Ed.]. Great cover art by Peter Goodfellow. A solid very good to near fine copy showing only a hint of shelfwear. No creasing to speak of, and the binding is firm. Internally, the pages are white, supple, and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586047875 Box Z-22, PKD PB $20.00 Check Availability
Image 001864 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
Image 001872 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
Image 001973 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Preserving Machine and Other Stories First Edition Paperback Ace Books 1969 New York Very Good No Jacket Ace #67800. First publication of this collection. 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. Great cover art by Leo & Diane Dillon. Solid very good reading copy with moderate reading stress. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
Image 002046 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Preserving Machine and Other Stories First Edition Mass Market Paperback Ace Books 1976 New York Very Good- No Jacket Ace #67801. Second Ace publication with 1969 only date showing on copyright page, Levack. 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. Very good reading copy with moderate creasing, reading stress and a tiny chip to the lower edge of the front panel. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-32, PKD $8.00 Check Availability
Image 001167 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
Image 000979 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Preserving Machine and Other Stories First UK Edition Hard Cover Gollancz 1971 United Kingdom Fine Fine This is both the First UK and First Trade Hardcover, following the PBO and then SFBC editions. This UK edition omits the story, What the Dead Men Say, which was in the US editions. Collects the stories: 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. A tight unread copy showing no toning to the pages. The dust jacket is price-clipped (common), but otherwise crisp and free of wear, covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0575005629 Science Fiction $325.00 Place Order
Image 001166 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
Image 001165 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
Image 001764 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Selected Letters of Philip K Dick 1938-1971 First Trade Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1996 California As New As New Volume 1 in a series of 5. Introduction 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 dust jacket. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1887424202 Science Fiction Case $55.00 Check Availability
Image 002120 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. Signed By Contributor 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1887424202 Box Z-28, PKD $125.00 Place Order
Image 001118 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
Image 001683 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Selected Letters of Philip K Dick 1972-1973 Signed Limited Edition Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1993 California As New As New Edition limited to 250 copies, of which this is numbered 21. Volume 2 in a series of 5. Signed with an introduction by 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 as new. The dust jacket is crisp and free with a minor rub to the upper edge of the inner rear flap. The dj is covered with a brodart. The slipcase is as new. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0887331629 Science Fiction Case $150.00 Check Availability
Image 000193 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Selected Letters of Philip K Dick 1974 Limited Edition Signed Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1991 California As New As New Edition limited to 250 copies, of which this is numbered 83. Signed by William Gibson. This is volume 3 in the 5 volume set. Foreword by William Gibson. Series Editor is Paul Williams. Fanciful yet taunting dust jacket art by Ilene Meyer. This is just ONE YEAR of his letter writing!! This year is notable for his first VALIS Experience. 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. As new in dust jacket. The dust jacket is lightly scuffed at the flap folds, otherwise crisp and free of wear, covered with a brodart. The slipcase is rubbed at the edges, but no fraying tearing or splitting. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0887331041 Science Fiction Case $125.00 Check Availability
Image 001119 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
Image 001761 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Selected Letters of Philip K Dick 1975-1976 Limited/Numbered/Signed Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1992 California As New As New Volume 4 in a series of 5. Signed Edition limited to 250 copies, of which this is numbered 20. Signed with an introduction by Philip K Dick Award winner, Tim Powers. Stunning dj art by Ilene Meyer. Letters written to: Isa Hackett, Laura Dick, Paul Williams, John Brunner, Claudia Bush, Ballantine Books, Scott Meredith, Nancy Hackett, Susan Sontag, Uwe Anton, Dr. Darko Suvin, Terry Carr, Thomas Disch, and many others. I have several original manuscript letters from this year, so email me if you are interested. As new in dust jacket and slipcase. Protected in an acid-free bag. Signed 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0887331122 Science Fiction Case $150.00 Check Availability
Image 001050 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Selected Letters of Philip K Dick 1975-1976 First Trade Edition Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1992 California As New As New Volume 4 in a series of 5. Edited by Don Herron. Introduction by Philip K Dick Award Winning Author Tim Powers. Letters to: Isa Hacket, Laura Dick, Paul Williams, John Brunner, Uwe Anton, and many others. Stunning dj art by Ilene Meyer. I have several original manuscript letters from this year, so email me if you are interested. As new book in dust jacket. The dust jacket is covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0887331114 Box Z-33, PKD $70.00 Check Availability
Image 001760 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Selected Letters of Philip K Dick 1977-1979 Limited/Numbered/Signed Hard Cover Underwood-Miller 1993 As New As New Volume 5 in a series of 5. Signed Edition limited to 250 copies, of which this is numbered 64. Signed with an 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 in dust jacket and slipcase. Signed 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0887331311 Science Fiction Case $150.00 Check Availability
Image 001051 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
Image 002050 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Simulacra First Edition Paperback Ace Books 1964 New York Very Good- Ace F-301. First publication of this title in complete form. 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.]. Cover art by Ed Emsh. A solid very good reading copy, with moderate shelfwear. Pages are tinted. Binding is tight. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $10.00 Check Availability
Image 000910 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Simulacra First Thus Paperback Ace Books 1976 New York Very Good Ace #76701. Second ACE publication still carrying the original copyright. 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.]. New cover art. A solid very good copy showing moderate shelfwear, in a firm binding. Pages are lightly tinted, but not brittle. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $15.00 Check Availability
Image 001128 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
Image 001254 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
Image 000909 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. Two drugs, one to make your lifetime a trip, the other to make your trip an eternity. Cover art by Szafran. 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 0553105868 Box Z-18, Science Fiction $8.00 Place Order
Image 001425 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
Image 000809 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch First Thus Paperback Daw 1983 New York Near Fine Daw #523/UE1810. Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Two drugs, one to make your lifetime a trip, the other to make your trip an eternity. Great cover art by Bob Pepper. This is an exceptionally near fine unread copy, with the only notable flaw being a small faint stamp to the bottom page edge. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0879978104 Box Z-32, PKD $8.00 Check Availability
Image 001350 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover Doubleday and Company, Inc. 1965 New York Very Good Very Good Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. This is the second US hardcover publication. Two drugs, one to make your lifetime a trip, the other to make your trip an eternity. Cover art by Chibbaro. The book is tight with minimal edgewear, bumping at the spine ends, and light soiling to the first endpaper and inside front board. The dust jacket has a few short closed tears, a small hole in the hand on the front panel, and is rubbed at the spine ends. The dj is covered in a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Box Z-32, PKD $20.00 Place Order
Image 001188 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
Image 001257 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
Image 001190 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
Image 001437 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
Image 001189 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
Image 000277 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch Reprint Trade Paperback Vintage Books 1991 New York Fine Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Expanded from the short-story, The Days of Perky Pat. One of the new Vintage editions with great cover art. An unread crisp copy. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0679736662 Box Z-18, Science Fiction $10.00 Place Order
Image 001831 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Transmigration of Timothy Archer First UK Edition Hard Cover Gollancz 1982 United Kingdom Very Fine Very Fine Working title: Bishop Timothy Archer. Main character loosely based on friend Bishop James Pike. Part of the Valis Trilogy. A stunning copy in dust jacket. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0575032200 Science Fiction $45.00 Check Availability
Image 001660 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
Image 001088 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
Image 000283 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Transmigration of Timothy Archer Reprint Trade Paperback Vintage Books 1991 New York Fine Working title: Bishop Timothy Archer. Main character loosely based on friend Bishop James Pike. Part of the Valis Trilogy. This is one of the Vintage Editions with great cover art. A crisp unread copy. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0679734449 Science Fiction Case $10.00 Check Availability
Image 001409 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
Image 001858 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Unteleported Man First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1966 New York Very Good++ Ace #G-602. Ace Double bound with The Mind Monsters by Howard L. Cory, with cover art by Kelly Freas. Expanded from the same titled short story from Fantastic Dec 1964 [Levack]. This is the first paperback printing of this title. Was later re-issued by Berkley with the original ending. Also later revised and published by Gollancz under the title Lies Inc.. A solid very good copy showing only a hint of shelfwear and a slight publisher bump to the spine label. Internally, light toning to the edges of the inner panels, but the pages are still white and supple. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $25.00 Place Order
Image 001877 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Unteleported Man First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1966 New York Very Good++ Ace #G-602. Ace Double bound with The Mind Monsters by Howard L. Cory, with cover art by Kelly Freas. Expanded from the same titled short story from Fantastic Dec 1964 [Levack]. This is the first paperback printing of this title. Was later re-issued by Berkley with the original ending. Also later revised and published by Gollancz under the title Lies Inc.. Solid very good copy showing light edgewear, fold crease to the upper right front corner, and some creasing to the spine. Internally clean, and the binding is tight. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $25.00 Place Order
Image 001202 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
Image 001203 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
Image 001415 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
Image 000841 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Unteleported Man / Dr. Futurity Second Printing Paperback Ace Books 1972 New York Very Good Ace #15697. This is the second Ace Double printing, with the second novel being Dr. Futurity by Dick. Great cover art by Harry Bergman. The Unteleported Man is expanded from the same titled short story from Fantastic Dec 1964 [Levack]. Was later re-issued by Berkley with the original ending. Also later revised and published by Gollancz under the title Lies Inc.. Dr Futurity is expanded from Time Pawn, Thrilling Wonder Stories Summer 1954, Levack. A solid very good copy with only light shelfwear and NO creasing, in a firm binding. Internally, book shows a previous store stamp to the first couple pages of both sides, otherwise the pages are clean and supple. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-32, PKD $20.00 Check Availability
Image 001847 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Valis Trilogy Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Trade Paperback Quality Paperback Bookclub 1990 Very Good++ No Jacket Collects: VALIS, The Divine Invasion and The Transmigration Of Timothy Archer. Afterword by Kim Stanley Robinson. Moderate rubbing and light creasing. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
Image 001848 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
Image 001432 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Variable Man and Other Stories First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1957 New York Very Good Ace #D-261. Collects the complete short novel, and 4 novelettes: The Variable Man, Second Variety, The Minority Report, Autofac, A World Of Talent. Great cover art by Emsh. A solid very good copy showing light to moderate reading stress in a tight binding. Therer is a slight lean ot the spine, but the binding is still firm. Internally, a hint of toning to the edges, but not as bad as is commonly see with this edition. Protected in an acid-free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $20.00 Check Availability
Image 001433 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Variable Man and Other Stories First Thus Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1957 New York Very Good Ace #86050. Second Ace publication from 1976 with new cover art by Corrikolayski, still carrying the original 1957 copyright date [MC 4th Ed.]. Collects the complete short novel, and 4 novelettes: The Variable Man, Second Variety, The Minority Report, Autofac, A World Of Talent. Great cover art by Emsh. A solid very good copy showing light to moderate reading stress in a tight binding. Therer is a slight lean ot the spine, but the binding is still firm. Internally, a hint of toning to the edges, but not as bad as is commonly see with this edition. Protected in an acid-free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $8.00 Check Availability
Image 001260 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Variable Man and Other Stories First UK Edition Paperback Sphere Books, Ltd 1969 United Kingdom Very Good Sphere #29580. First UK publication in any form. Collects the complete short novel, and 4 novelettes: The Variable Man, Second Variety, The Minority Report, Autofac, A World Of Talent. Great photographic cover art. A solid very good copy showing light to moderate reading stress in a firm binding. Internally, name penned out and date stamp to the upper edge of the front inner panel. Otherwise, the pages are clean and supple. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
Image 001956 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. Solid very good copy with light to moderate reading stress, in a firm binding. Internally free of markings and toning. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
Image 001957 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. Solid very good copy with moderate reading stress and only a hint of toning to the pages. Binding still tight. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $22.50 Place Order
Image 000907 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 copy showing only light stress, in a firm binding. Internally shows browning, mainly to the inner panels. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
Image 001262 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
Image 001263 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
Image 001417 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
Image 001318 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The World Jones Made First Printing Paperback Ace Books, Inc. 1956 New York 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. This is a solid good copy. There is moderate creasing, some rubbing along the right edge of the spine, and a short split but no separation to the lower edge of the spine at the rear panel.. Internally, the pages are clean and supple. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $20.00 Place Order
Image 000566 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The World Jones Made First Thus Hard Cover Gregg Press 1979 Boston Very Good+ No Jacket (as issued) Manuscript title: Womb For Another, Levack. Introduction by Glenn Chang. Frontispiece illustration by Hannah Shapero. Text is photo-reproduced from the 1956 Ace Books First edition. The PKD Gregg Press Editions were largely distributed to libraries, and their print runs were typically around 500. This is a near flawless copy, showing only a hint of shelfwear. Internally clean and free of markings. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0839824831 Science Fiction Case $200.00 Check Availability
Image 001156 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
Image 001961 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The World Jones Made Second Printing Trade Paperback Vintage Books 1993 New York Near Fine Manuscript title: Womb For Another, Levack. To him the future was an open book. This is a Vintage Edition showing their superb computer generated cover art. Clean bright unread copy. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0679742190 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $10.00 Place Order
Image 001876 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Zap Gun Second Printing Paperback Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc. 1991 New York Near Fine Afterword by Maxim Jakubowski. Expanded from Project Plowshare in Worlds of Tomorrow November 1965, Levack. What unholy mind spawned the ulitmate weapon? Great new cover art. This is a solid near fine copy showing very light rubbing to the edges. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0881845531 Box Z-33, PKD $15.00 Place Order
Image 001963 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Zap Gun First Edition Paperback Dell Books 1978 New York Very Good+ Dell#19907. Expanded from Project Plowshare in Worlds of Tomorrow November 1965, Levack. What unholy mind spawned the ulitmate weapon? Great cover art. Solid clean copy showing light reading stress, no creasing to spine. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0440199077 Box Z-33, PKD $12.50 Place Order
Image 001083 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
Image 001175 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
Image 001965 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) The Zap Gun First Edition Paperback Pyramid Books 1967 New York Very Good No Jacket Pyramid #R-1569. First publication of this title in complete form. Expanded from Project Plowshare in Worlds of Tomorrow November 1965, Levack. What unholy mind spawned the ulitmate weapon? Great cover art by Jack Gaughan. Solid clean copy showing moderate reading stress. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $10.00 Place Order
Image 001880 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Time Out of Joint First Edition Paperback Belmont Books 1965 New York Very Good Belmont #92-618. This is the first US 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. The time is now, but the date on the newspaper was April 3rd 1998. This is true Phildickian storytelling, with classic cover art by Doug Beekman. This copy shows moderate reading stress and creasing. Binding is still tight. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $17.50 Place Order
Image 000804 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Time Out of Joint First Printing Paperback Belmont Books 1965 New York Very Good+ Belmont #92-618. This is the first US 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. The time is now, but the date on the newspaper was April 3rd 1998. This is true Phildickian storytelling, with classic cover art by Doug Beekman. This is an exceptionally crisp copy, with just a hint of shelfwear and a very short & faint crease to the upper right corner of the front panel. No creasing with a tight uncracked binding. Internally there is a faint hint of toning which is common for this edition, but otherwise clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $30.00 Place Order
Image 001881 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Time Out of Joint First Thus Paperback Belmont Tower Books 1959 New York Very Good++ Belmont #BT51143. Belmont re-issue with copyright reading 1959, but this is a 1977 edition [Levack]. 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 Doug Beekman, different from the earlier Dell edition. A solid very good copy showing light edgewear, creasing to the spine, and marker score to the bottom page edges. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0505511436 Box Z-33, PKD $20.00 Place Order
Image 000883 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Time Out of Joint Fourth Printing 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 light scratching to the rear panel. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0881843520 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $10.00 Place Order
Image 001434 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
Image 001879 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Time Out of Joint First Thus Paperback Dell Books 1979 New York Very Good++ 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 is a solid very good copy showing very light edgewear, no creasing and a tight binding. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0440188601 Box Z-33, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001256 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
Image 001212 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
Image 001205 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
Image 001192 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
Image 002157 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated April 6 1975 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1975 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated April 6, 1975. The letter is single-spaced spanning 2 pages. There are 102 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Love Phil, with a penned drawing of a type of Darwinian fish. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1975" [Underwood-Miller 1992, pp. 150-52]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. Not only does this carry carry his signature (first name only), but it also shows editing after the fact in the form of corrections for punctuation and spacing. There is also an added handwritten short sentence. In this letter, Phil gives congratulations on Claudia nearly finishing her thesis, which is what began this correspondence initially. He then goes on to share that in all of his writing to her about his dreams and mystical experiences, he has figured it out to be a Rebirth experience. He spends a good chunk of page 2 defining his inner being, named Firebright. This was also supposed to be the 4th installment in Rickman's series but it never made it to publication. He talks about a visit with Isa his daughter, his love for Tessa, and his hope to buy back Scanner from Doubleday. Considering the age, these pages are in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing so I assume a staple remover was used, and there is also no rusting. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, with minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. There is no staining to the pages. However, there appears to be a hint of bleeding to the penned signature, as if maybe a drop of water hit it. There is no smearing or loss of text, just a little bit of a bluish background to the signature. The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $1,000.00 Place Order
Image 002153 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated December 14 1974 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1974 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated December 14, 1974. The letter is single-spaced spanning 1 page. There are 35 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Phil, with the arrow/heart penned also. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1974" [Underwood-Miller 1991, pp. 301]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. Not only does this have his HANDWRITTEN signature (first name with the heart/arrow drawing), but it also shows his editing after the fact, in the form of corrections for punctuation/spelling, and 2 added lines of handwritten text. In this letter, Phil sends his birthday wishes, makes a book recommendation, and shares that Time Out of Joint has been optioned by Martin Scorsese. In his writing, he shows his humor when he says: You must, Claudia, or the cat will pee on you. Considering the age, this page is in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing or rusting at the point of removal. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, and minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $750.00 Check Availability
Image 002154 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated February 14 1975 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1974 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated February 14, 1975. The letter is single-spaced spanning 2 pages. There are 78 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Love Phil, with the arrow/heart penned also. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1975" [Underwood-Miller 1991, pp. 62-64]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. This letter has his HANDWRITTEN signature (first name with the heart/arrow drawing). In this letter, Phil gets heavily into Plato, Aristotle, and the 'Universe as hologram'. God, soma, Cartesian dualism, he delves into it all. Pretty heavy stuff considering he wrote this before breakfast (noted in text) on Valentine's Day. Considering the age, these pages are in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing so I assume a staple remover was used, and there is also no rusting. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, with minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. There are 3 small stains in the margins or each page (right on page 1, left on page 2). They are faint, and there is no smearing to the typeface (in fact not touching the typeface). The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $850.00 Place Order
Image 002155 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated February 22 [23] 1975 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1795 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated February 22, 1975. The letter is single-spaced spanning 2 pages. There are 77 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Love Phil, with the arrow/heart penned also. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1975" [Underwood-Miller 1991, pp. 62-64]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. This letter has his HANDWRITTEN signature (first name with the heart/arrow drawing). In this letter, he talks of more dreams dealing with a sentient entity in our ionosphere. It resembles 'descriptions of gods, God, the Holy Spirit, Elijah, Christ etc'. Considering the age, these pages are in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing so I assume a staple remover was used, and there is also no rusting. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, with minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. There is a major stain to the lower right corner/margin of the first page, and corresponding right area of page 2. The signature has been obliterated, leaving Lo and the tail end of P visible. The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $750.00 Check Availability
Image 001635 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated January 30 1975 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1975 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated January 30, 1975. The letter is single-spaced spanning 2 pages. There are 81 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Love Phil, with the arrow/heart penned also. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1975" [Underwood-Miller 1991, pp. 49-50]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. Not only does this have his HANDWRITTEN signature (first name with the heart/arrow drawing), but it also shows his editing after the fact in the form of ADDED handwritten text NOT published in the Underwood/Miller book (see further in this description). In this letter, Phil tells Claudia he has finally worked out his Metaphysic, and thanks her for her assistance. He also said that he sent her Thesis Introduction to the publisher for Stanislaw Lem to read, hoping it would make it to him. He claimed he couldn't send it directly to Stanislaw Lem: 'as we are not speaking, since he stole my pencil-box during recess.' Except for 8 lines, the whole second page is a dream sequence he made up of Stanislaw Lem and 'these double-domed Marxist intellectuals' discussing the introduction and his comments. This whole sequence includes dialogue between Lem and his bosses and surroundings. Page 1 has one 3 word correction hand-written by Phil, with the arrow to show where it belongs. Page 2 has a hand-written inserted sentence, with an entire act to his Dream Sequence in the bottom margin area. Signed with his first name, Phil, with the heart and arrow drawing. Considering the age, these pages are in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing so I assume a staple remover was used, and there is also no rusting. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, and minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. There are 2 small stains to the upper right corner of both pages. They are faint, and there is no smearing to the typeface. The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. **NOTE** I SCANNED THE IMAGE AND DIDN'T MESS WITH THE SETTINGS. THE STAINS ARE OVER-EXPOSED. THEY ARE NOT AS YELLOW OR BRIGHT AS THEY APPEAR. THE ARE FAINT AND BROWN-ISH. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $1,200.00 Place Order
Image 002151 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated July 17 1974 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1974 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated July 17, 1974. The letter is single-spaced spanning 2 pages. There are 90 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Phil. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1974" [Underwood-Miller 1991, pp. 189-91]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. Not only does this have his HANDWRITTEN signature (first name over typed full name), but it also shows his editing after the fact. A crossed out letter, underlining for emphasis, and an added word. In this letter, Phil talks of 2 more re-curring dreams he's having. This follows his mystical experience of March 1974, and therefore he's paying special attention to what the dreams are telling him. In one dream, he sees himself as his departed friend Bishop James Pike, and after being led to a book he wrote, concludes that it's possible Bishop Pike is speaking to him from the grave. Phil has taken on some his traits. Considering the age, these pages are in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing or rusting at the point of removal. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, and minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. These pages are clean and free of yellowing or staining. The signature is clear, and the hand-drawn heart/cross is sharp. The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $1,000.00 Place Order
Image 002152 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated July 22 1974 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1974 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated July 22, 1974. The letter is single-spaced spanning 2 pages. There are 85 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Phil, with the arrow/heart penned also. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1974" [Underwood-Miller 1991, pp. 200-01]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. Not only does this have his HANDWRITTEN signature (first name over typed name), but it also shows his editing after the fact, in the form of a few pen edits for spelling, exclusion and spacing. In this letter, Phil has an epiphany that the dreams he's been having since March were not of many singular sources, but the “World view and knowledge, the gnosis and secret wisdom of the Essenes”. He quotes Will Durant in defining the Essenes, and dives into religion, ancient history and Bishop Pike. He ends the letter with a cryptic song lyric which his Sibyl sang to him in his previous nights dream. Considering the age, these pages are in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing or rusting at the point of removal. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, and minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. These pages are clean and free of yellowing or staining. The signature is clear, and the hand-drawn heart/cross is sharp. The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $1,000.00 Place Order
Image 001524 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated July 5 1974 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1974 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated July 5, 1974. The letter is single-spaced spanning 2 pages. There are 62 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Phil. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1974" [Underwood-Miller 1991, pp. 156-57]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. Not only does this have his HANDWRITTEN signature (first name over typed full name), but it also shows his editing after the fact. A crossed out letter, underlining for emphasis, and an added word. In this letter, Phil writes of a recurring dream he had about a specific but unknown (to him) book. He felt he was supposed to read it, and he had been attempting to determine the title based on clues in the dreams. After three months of these dreams, he finally found the book only to find that it was the dullest book in the world. In the P.S., he comments that: you should never take your dreams too seriously. Or else it shows that the unconscious or the universe or God or whatever can put you on. Considering the age, these pages are in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing or rusting at the point of removal. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, and minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. There are a few minor stains, looking like either coffee or water staining. They are faint, and there is no smearing to the typeface. In truth, a majority of the stains (6 total) are in the clear area after the P.S. of the second page. The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $1,000.00 Place Order
Image 002150 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated June 29 1974 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1974 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated June 29, 1974. The letter is single-spaced spanning 2 pages. There are 106 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Phil. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1974" [Underwood-Miller 1991, pp. 148-50]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. Not only does this have his HANDWRITTEN signature (first name over typed full name), but it also shows his editing after the fact. Various hand-edits for spelling, emphasis, placement etc. This includes a P.S.(3 short handwritten lines at the lower margin of the first page), P.P.S.(typed, upper right corner 1st page), and P.P.P.S. (typed full second page), with the 2 latter being INITIALED PKD. There are also 2 arrowed hearts penned by Phil. In this letter, Phil included an article by Stanislaus Lem (not present) regarding Flow My Tears. This is 1 of 2 letters I have regarding S Lem, and this has the most content. He also touches briefly on his sequel to High Castle, VALISYSTEM A. He also talks about Lem's interpretation of UBIK. Considering the age, these pages are in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing or rusting at the point of removal. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, and minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. There are some minor stains, looking like either coffee or water. There are 8 stains total (4 corresponding on each page), with 4 of them in the text (no smearing or loss of text visibility). Two stains are at the lower right corner (first page) lower left (right page). On page 1, there is smearing to the heart/arrow drawing, but it's still visible just less bold. The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $1,000.00 Place Order
Image 002156 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated March 4 1975 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1975 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated March 4, 1975. The letter is single-spaced spanning 2 pages. There are 92 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Love Phil, with the arrow/heart penned also. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1975" [Underwood-Miller 1991, pp. 129-31]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. Not only does this carry carry his signature, but it also shows editing after the fact in the form of corrections for punctuation and spacing. Additionally, this has a typed P.S. and handwritten PPS that were NOT included in the book. Why Underwood/Miller didn't at least include the typed PS, I have no idea. In this letter, Phil quotes 3 passages from SFS written by Jameson. He considers Jameson to be brilliant in his criticism of his work, with Jameson 'alluding that somehow language is a set in which salvation can overcome the evil of physical power'. Phil begins to draw parallels between the Greek Plays at the time of the theater in Athens, where they were chanted and sung, to the Prose of modern times. He really gets to the meat of it at the end, when he writes: 'General Semantics, is totally insane. Words are real – if coupled with something else. They are signals. Like when you see a red light along the road. It is real, but it refers to something, a context. But to say, That red light is an illusion, is to deny the reality of the context as well: and the power of that context to give or take life.' Considering the age, these pages are in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing so I assume a staple remover was used, and there is also no rusting. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, with minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. There is a faint stain to the lower right corner/margin of page one with a corresponding stain to page 2. There is no smearing or loss of text or signature. The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $1,200.00 Place Order
Image 001634 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Typed Letter Signed By Philip K Dick To Claudia Bush Dated November 30 1974 (TLS) First Edition Paper Manuscript 1974 Very Good A typewritten, hand-signed letter from the science fiction author Philip K. Dick, addressed to "Dear Claudia ". Dated November 30, 1974. The letter is single-spaced spanning 2 pages. There are 86 typewritten lines plus the handwritten signature: Phil, with the arrow/heart penned also. The letter has been reprinted in "The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1974" [Underwood-Miller 1991, pp. 294-96]. This is the actual typed page with the original signature, NOT THE CARBON COPY. Not only does this have his HANDWRITTEN signature (first name over typed name with the heart/arrow drawing), but it also shows his editing after the fact, in the form of added writing to both pages. Seven words to the first page, and significantly more to the second. Additionally the back of page 2 has more mundane notes in pen. I believe he was writing down directions, but it's possibly written by Claudia also. In this letter, Phil continues from a previous letter. He's still trying to understand his prophetic dreams which began in March of that year. He cites John Calvin and Lewis Mumford in describing his experiences. The language in this letter gets quite vulgar at a couple of points. His humor is apparent in the closing prior to the P.S. He writes: Well I got to go because a lot of publicans and sinners, tax collectors and other riffraff abound, and I must deal with them. Considering the age, these pages are in very nice condition. The upper left corner shows holes where the staple was removed. There is no tearing or rusting at the point of removal. The pages themselves are well preserved. There is no tearing to the edges, and minor and faint creasing from where the letter was folded and put in to the envelope. The folds are not soft, therefore the paper is not tearing or fraying. There is a faint stain to the upper right corner of the first page and corresponding let corner of the second. The stain is faint, but page 2 there is minor spreading of the ink from his penned writing in the margin. There is no obliteration to the words, and it's only affecting a few letters. The pages are now preserved in an acid-free back with an acid-free backing board between them, making each page readable without having to remove and handle them. For more information on the recipient of these letters, and their importance, please feel free to contact me. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Incoming Shelf $1,000.00 Place Order

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