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FLEMING, Ian. Address Given at the Memorial Service for Ian Fleming. St Bartholomew the Great.
Westerham : 1964First edition, wrappered issue. The South African poet and novelist William Plomer had been publisher's reader for Jonathan Cape from 1937. He was instrumental in the publication of Fleming's work and the dedicatee of Goldfinger. A limited hardcover issue was also produced. Learn More£400.00
Stock Code: 118708
FLEMING, Ian. Live and Let Die.
London : 1954First edition, first impression, in the first issue jacket without the design credit slug to the front flap. The earliest dust jackets issued made no mention of Kenneth Lewis and at some point the need was recognised to credit his work. A stamp was made and as a stopgap existing jackets were overstamped beneath the blurb on the front flap. This slightly... Learn More£16,500.00
Stock Code: 98869
FLEMING, Ian. Original advertising artwork for Moonraker.
[New York : 1955]The original advertising design for the first US edition of Fleming's Moonraker, published in September 1955. The design, prepared by Macmillan's studios, shows a spirit bottle with the catch line "Feeling listless? Jaded? Fed up? Stop at your local bookshop for a dose of Moonraker", as well as a quote from Raymond Chandler describing the work as "forceful... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 108585
FLEMING, Ian. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
London : 2014First edition thus, one of 50 deluxe issue copies, numbered by the artist, this being number 140. Included with the three text volumes are two prints, signed and numbered 40 of 50 by Burningham. The deluxe edition was numbered 101-150; a further 100 trade copies, numbered 1-100, were also issued. This edition is a facsimile of the first edition, published... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 134332
FLEMING, Ian. Casino Royale.
London : 1953First edition, first impression, in the first issue dust jacket, presentation copy, inscribed by the author, "To Tony, Read & Burn, Ian".
This is a wonderful association copy: the recipient was his friend Anthony Kemsley (later to become Sir Anthony Berry), the youngest son of Viscount Kemsley, a significant figure in Fleming's life. Kemsley,... Learn More£95,000.00
Stock Code: 142545
FLEMING, Ian; BURNINGHAM, John (illus.) Three Chitty Chitty Bang Bang lithographs.
[London : 2014]Three lithographs signed and numbered by John Burningham, each number 8 of 15. The prints are from a limited run of lithographs produced alongside the Queen Anne Press's deluxe edition of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang published in 2014. The deluxe edition, for which Burningham reworked his original illustrations, was released to celebrate the 60-year anniversary... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 134268