A.E. VAN VOGT - THE MIND CAGE - SIMON & SCHUSTER, US, 1957 - SIGNED FIRST EDITION
A.E. van Vogt - The Mind Cage - Simon & Schuster, US, 1957 - Signed First Edition
New York, Simon & Schuster, 1957. Hardback first edition and first impression. Near fine. Page block toned, front hinge pulling, scuffing to bottom of the boards. Signed by the author without inscription
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