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#233 - Science Fiction: Brown and Pohl Estimate: $200+

Two books: an unsigned first British edition of What Mad Universe by Fredric Brown, hardcover with price-clipped dust jacket, 5 x 7.5, 223 pages, published by T. V. Boardman and Company in 1951; and a signed first edition of Man Plus by Frederik Pohl, hardcover with dust jacket, 5.75 x 8.25, 216 pages, published by Random House in 1976, signed and inscribed on the title page in black felt tip, "For Marrion, Frederik Pohl, '79." Autographic condition: fine. Book condition: What Mad Universe is VG/VG with general wear, creases, and soiling to dust jacket. Man Plus is VG+/VG+, with toning to textblock edges.

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