I was going to ask if you still had it.
Whew. I was hoping you meant The Very Virile Viking, instead of a Norseman going around spreading tuberculosis or something!
Thank you, sir.
We endeavor to give satisfaction, sir.
I have several treasured RB volumes.
The metal-bound F.451, signed by Ray, with superb colour Joe Mugnaini illustrations, would have to be the most prized book in my collection.
There is also a Joe M.-illustrated edition of MARTIAN CHRONICLES on my shelf.
A movie tie-in paperback of F.451.
The fantastic Gauntlet re-issue of DARK CARNIVAL.
Dec.'43 Astounding Science Fiction (with 'Doodad'); a $4 bargain!
I love my RB collection, the unique editions etc., but have to agree with philnic that the real treasure is on the pages, no matter what the binding is or what edition it is.
Quite a collection oz, nice. I agree with that statement too!
She stood silently looking out into the great sallow distances of sea bottom, as if recalling something, her yellow eyes soft and moist...
When Elephats Last,I cried the whole time Mr. B signed it
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