That Son Of Richard III (one of 85 signed, numbered copies)
Ray Bradbury

Glendale: Roy A. Squires, 1974. Limited ed one of 85 numbered copies only of the "Autograph Edition" signed by Bradbury (of which this No. XLI). String bound in dark brown stiff wraps printed in black, blue patterned paper dust wrapper. Unpaginated (10 pp. plus limitation page). A fine, fresh example. With the original envelope printd in blue with the additional notation "Autograph Edition", envelope has edge soiling and wear and no top flap. In addition to the 85 numbered copies, there was an additional run of 400 unsigned copies. A verse piece inspired by the story that Herman Melville wrote a first version of "Moby Dick" then discarded it after acquiring a set of Shakespeare plays; he then re-wrote the whale classic thereby inspiring Bradbury to call the book a "son" of Richard III. Fine Softcover (Item ID: E18909)


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