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Collector's Notes

A Short History of FOR DICKHEADS ONLY

                                               FOR DICKHEADS ONLY # 1  FOR DICKEADS ONLY # 1

About 1991 Paul Williams announced that after 10 years of publishing he was going to retire the PHILIP K. DICK SOCIETY NEWSLETTER. This threw a tizzy into all the PKD fans who'd grown accustomed to receiving PKDSN in the mail every 3 months or so.What would we do without it? Well, we -- that is, The Ganymedean Slime Mold collective: an incestuous group of three fans in Kokomo, Indiana who'd been publishing zines for a number of years -- decided to do something about it. We determined that we would do our own PKD zine. We sent a message to Paul who mentioned us in PKDSN#28. Our first issue came out at the beginning of 1992. Paul published two more issues of PKDSN, to number 30, and gracefully bowed from the scene.

FDO # 1 came out in an issue of about 100. Perhaps 20 of these had color covers, the rest were black-and-white xerox. A few were reissued later with b/w covers and extra xeroxes of cover pics.

The semi-official reins were passed to Greg Lee and his excellent publication RADIO FREE PKD. The first issue of RFPKD came out later in 1992.

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        Meanwhile, we'd been busy and had scrambled out two more issues of FDO. Our plan was to cover each of PKD's novels in chronological order -- you've gotta start somewhere, I thought. Well, we immediately got off track on our very first issue which dealt with THE CLANS OF THE ALPHANE MOON. With our next issue we went in the right direction to THE WORLD JONES MADE. The third issue of FDO went all the way back to the beginning and covered THE COSMIC PUPPETS. These all appeared in 1992.

    For FDO #2 we published about 150 and sent them out all over. Perhaps 20 of these had the color covers. Later states exist with added cover pics {these were due to us running out and having a Dickhead request a copy and me having to xerox my own off and usually add in extra xeroxes of cover pics I'd made in the meantime}

    Again, FDO # 3 was an issue of about 150 copies with about 20 with color covers, maybe more. Several later states exist.

    In 1993 we regrouped. Greg Lee was putting out regular issues of RFPKD which put our cheap xerox efforts to shame. We were also receiving so much mail from Dickheads the world over that we were busy just keeping up with it and gathering material for our fourth issue.

    Coming to our aid out of New Jersey on FDO#4 came Geoff Notkin (his band 'The Band Of Susans' are world-famous). He took all our material and switched our format to digest-size to produce our finest issue yet: FDO#4 on SOLAR LOTTERY. This we published in the largest edition yet -- some 300 copies in 1993. Somehow over the years we've managed to distribute them all.

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    For FDO#5 -- the BEYOND LIES THE WUB issue -- Scott Pohlenz in Maryland took over all the layout work. This issue had a pink cover befitting the theme and contained 38 pages of material from fans everywhere. We published about 400 of these in 1994. A minority of those isses were published with a black and white cover. With our new fancy digest-format our production had slowed dramatically to one issue a year. But the issues were much larger now as more contributors came in and they looked a lot better too. I didn't think I could ever go back to the fast cranked way of doing it of the first three FDOs.

FOR DICKHEADS ONLY # 5

    While we worked on FDO#6 -- the EYE IN THE SKY issue -- we decided to do a quickie on K.W.Jeter's followup to BLADE RUNNER, "BLADE RUNNER 2: The Edge Of Human" This was only 8 pages long and contained mostly a review of BLADE RUNNER 2 by Lord RC. Scott Pohlenz again did the layout. There might be 200 of these around somewhere, all in b/w. I think a lot of them got lost when the storage locker foreclosed on me...

                                    FOR DICKHEADS ONLY # 5 1/2                                    

    So, with the holding action of BR2 out of the way in 1995 we were able to concentrate on FDO#6 -- the EYE IN THE SKY issue. Again Scott laid it out and this time the wrap-around cover was by Perry Kinman who captured the perfect image from EYE with the guys hanging from their umbrella neath the Eye of God.
    Our best -- and sadly last -- issue, FDO#6 contained 64 pages of material from fans, ranging from essays and stories to cartoons and news. Again this was an issue of about 500 copies. Only one state exists, I think.

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    For FDO 7 we planned on an all-fiction issue as a surprise for everyone but we never were able to get it done in paper form. The stories and essays we collected together for FDO 7 are in this website. See E Dika!

    There was a further issue of FDO planned -- the MAN WHO JAPED issue featuring Simon Russell's excellent painting on the cover. Alas, we never got this done either though some material has come in. As it stands now we may return to paper publishing sometime but the world-wide-web is so much more convenient, cheaper and reaches a larger audience with less hassles, so... look for future editions of E Dika! to contain all kinds of stuff, not just short-stories.

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    One more collector's note. For the compleatist, the article by Philip K. Dick titled "The Nixon Crowd" (which appeared first in SF Commentary #39, 1973) also was in our earlier (1988) zine NO BULLSHIT. I forget which number -- there were only 11 issues -- but there can't be more than about 100 of these in the whole world. Good luck trying to find one!

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    Here's the details of a recent  purchase of Philip K. Dick books.

   My favorite bookseller in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Hyde Bros., recently called me (May 1999) to come and get the accumulated stock of Philip K. Dick books they had collected for me over the last year or so. Happy to oblige I beetled up there and here's what I found in order of what I consider to be most valuable or hard to find.

   PKD paperbacks (1st Editions and 1st paperback Editions) Listed By Scarcity:

       {This is a subjective estimate of scarcity based on the dificulties I've had collecting PKD editions in Indiana for the last 20 years or so. The Prices quoted are another guess from experience; certainly you can still find bargains anywhere but if you order PKD editions from a bookseller you might expect to pay near the prices given for a certain condition in 1999}

TITLE

PUBLISHER

Number

DATE

IN GSM

Est.Price NF

Est. Price VG

Est. Price G

 
CONFESSIONS OF A CRAP ARTIST Entwhistle   1977   $500 $300 $100 Levack: 500 copies
Dr. FUTURITY Ace 2421 1960   $75 $40 $20 Can't find one!
THE BOOK OF PKD DAW 44 1973   $50 $25 $15 these must've all been read and tossed!
THE PENULTIMATE TRUTH Belmont 92-603 1964   $75 $35 $15 shouldn't be hard to get but these short story collections are unobtainable here.
THE VARIABLE MAN Ace D261 1957   $75 $35 $15 Another dificult collection
VULCAN'S HAMMER Ace D457 1960   $75 $35 $15 I'm just unlucky, I guess
THE COSMIC PUPPETS Ace D249 1957 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $75 $35 $15 through great effort I have a couple of these. Not an easy find.
THE GOLDEN MAN Berkley 04288 1980   $60 $30 $12 this may be the scarcest of all!
THE MAN WHO JAPED Ace D193 1956 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $70 $30 $15 hard to find in good shape
THE UNTELEPORTED MAN Ace G602 1966 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $70 $30 $15 usually in good shape -- if you can find one
THE WORLD JONES MADE Ace D150 1956 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $70 $30 $15 these are out there...
Dr. BLOODMONEY Ace F337 1965 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $70 $30 $15 I once found 2 of these in NF in Kokomo many years ago. I foolishly left one for the next guy. Scarce
THE SIMULACRA Ace F301 1964 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $70 $30 $15 Uncommon. We have one in Fine; perhaps the best possible after 35 years.
THE CRACK IN SPACE Ace F377 1966 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $70 $30 $15 Uncommon.
THE BEST OF PKD Ballantine 25359 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $10 You're likely as not to find a beat up copy anywhere.
THE PRESERVING MACHINE Ace 67800 1969 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $30 $15 good luck!
COUNTER-CLOCK WORLD Berkley X1372 1967 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $30 $15 all I've seen of this have aged pretty badly.
THE GAME-PLAYERS OF TITAN Ace F251 1963 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $30 $15 another rarity but found in VG
THE GANYMEDE TAKEOVER Ace G637 1967 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $30 $15 nice to find one of these in VG
THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE Popular Library SP250 1964 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $75 $40 $20 an aging rarity, handle with care.
NOW WAIT FOR LAST YEAR MacFadden 60-352 1968 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $30 $15 not too dificult in G, harder to find in VG
THE THREE STIGMATA OF PALMER ELDRITCH MacFadden 60-240 1966 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $75 $40 $20 uncommon in G. Good luck finding a better condition.
SOLAR LOTTERY Ace D103 1955 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $30 $15 seek and you shall find. Pay dearly for VG
EYE IN THE SKY Ace D211 1957 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $30 $15 of the 50s pbs this is probably the easiest to find
A MAZE OF DEATH Paperback Library 64-636 1971   $50 $25 $12 well, I can't find one!
OUR FRIENDS FROM FROLIX 8 Ace 64400 1970 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $12 as common a 1st pb as any
WE CAN BUILD YOU DAW 14 1972 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $12 found in migration only...
TIME OUT OF JOINT Belmont 92-618 1965 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $12 a pleasant find
THE ZAP GUN Pyramid R1569 1967 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $12 uncommon
GALACTIC POT-HEALER Berkley X1705 1969 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $12 pops up occasionally in VG
MARTIAN TIME SLIP Ballantine U2191 1964 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $12 should be more of these somewhere...
DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP? Signet T3800 1969 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $12 Vagrant, found in company with the 1st pb of FMTTPS
FLOW MY TEARS, THE POLICEMAN SAID DAW 146 1975 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $12 locally common
A SCANNER DARKLY Ballantine 26064 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $12 becoming uncommon
UBIK Dell 9200 1970 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $15 a nice find
VALIS Bantam 14156 1981 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $15 common
THE DIVINE INVASION Timescape 343-7 1982 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $12 common
                 

 

   Other US Paperback Editions (not all listed)

   {This is a subjective estimate of scarcity based on the dificulties I've had collecting PKD editions in Indiana. The Prices quoted are another guess from experience; certainly you can still find bargains anywhere but if you order PKD editions from a bookseller you might expect to pay near the prices given for a certain condition in 1999}

TITLE PUBLISHER Number Date IN GSM Est.Price NF Est.Price VG Est.Price G Notes
SOLAR LOTTERY Ace D340 1959 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $40 $20 2nd Ed. A definite rarity. May be rarer than the 1st Ed.
SOLAR LOTTERY Ace G718 1968 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $15 uncommon, but found in VG
SOLAR LOTTERY Ace 77410 1970   $40 $20 $12 another one we're missing
SOLAR LOTTERY Ace 77411 1975 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $18 $10 uncommon. Usually found no better than G
SOLAR LOTTERY Collier-Nucleus 125-6 1990 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 fairly common
SOLAR LOTTERY Collier-Nucleus 621-2 1992 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $22 $12 tp format
CLANS OF THE ALPHANE MOON Ace 11306 1972   $35 $18 $9 I just found out about this one! Does it really exist?
CLANS OF THE ALPHANE MOON Dell 11084 1980 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 uncommon, in G
CONFESSIONS OF A CRAP ARTIST Entwhistle   1978 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $600 $40 $20 scarce. We have an ex-lib copy only
CONFESSIONS OF A CRAP ARTIST Timescape 44213-9 1982 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $12 uncommon
CONFESSIONS OF A CRAP ARTIST Vintage   1992 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 common
THE COSMIC PUPPETS Berkley 276-7 1979 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common
COUNTER-CLOCK WORLD Berkley 02568 1974 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 hard to find a VG copy
THE CRACK IN SPACE Ace 12126 1974 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 fairly common in G
DEUS IRAE Dell 11838 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 1st pb. Common
DEUS IRAE Dell 11838 1978   $30 $15 $8 ???
DEUS IRAE Dell 11838 1980 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common in VG
DEUS IRAE Collier-Nucleus 589-9 1993 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $10 common
DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP? Signet T4758 1971   $40 $20 $10 ???
DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP? Ballantine   1982 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $12 1st BLADERUNNER. Common
DR.BLOODMONEY Ace 15670 1976   $30 $15 $8 ??? Does this exist?
DR.BLOODMONEY Dell 11489 1980 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 uncommon in VG
DR.BLOODMONEY Bluejay 94105-6 1985 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $30 $12 Uncommon
Dr.BLOODMONEY Carroll & Graf 389-X 1988 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common, but watch for later editions.
A MAZE OF DEATH Bantam 10740-2 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common but declining
A MAZE OF DEATH DAW #535 1983 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common but losing habitat
A MAZE OF DEATH Vintage   1994 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 god knows how many of these there are!
A SCANNER DARKLY DAW #575 1984 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common
A SCANNER DARKLY Vintage   1991 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 watch for later editions
DR.FUTURITY Ace Double 15697 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $35 $20 //TUM, uncommon
DR.FUTURITY Berkley 106-5 1984 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 becoming uncommon
EYE IN THE SKY Ace H39 1968 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $35 $15 hard to find in VG or better
EYE IN THE SKY Ace 22385 1970   $30 $20 $12 no idea on this one
EYE IN THE SKY Ace 22386 1975 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 usually found in G only
EYE IN THE SKY Ace 22387 1977   $30 $15 $8 ???
EYE IN THE SKY Collier-Nucleus 1591-0 1992 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $12 fairly common
FLOW MY TEARS, THE POLICEMAN SAID DAW UW1266 1976 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 uncommon
FLOW MY TEARS DAW #438 1981 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 Becoming scarcer
FLOW MY TEARS Vintage 066-X 1993 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $25 $15 common
OUR FRIENDS FROM FROLIX 8 Ace 64400 1972   $35 $20 $12 none around here
OUR FRIENDS FROM FROLIX 8 Ace 64401 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common transient
GALACTIC POT-HEALER Berkley 095 1974   $35 $20 $10 apparantly exceeding rare in these here parts...
GALACTIC POT-HEALER Vintage 297-8 1994   $35 $25 $10  
MARTIAN TIME-SLIP Ballantine 25224 1976 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 watch for later editions with similar covers
MARTIAN TIME-SLIP Del-Rey 560-9 1981 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common
MARTIAN TIME-SLIP Del Rey 34444 1986 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $25 $15 $8 common
MARTIAN TIME-SLIP Vintage 167-5 1996 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 common
NOW WAIT FOR LAST YEAR Manor 12-214 1974 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $10 uncommon
NOW WAIT FOR LAST YEAR Manor 12410 1976 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $10 uncommon
NOW WAIT FOR LAST YEAR DAW #450 1981 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $8 getting rarer
NOW WAIT FOR LAST YEAR Vintage 220-4 1993 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 common
RADIO FREE ALBEMUTH Avon 288-6 1987 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $20 $10 common but declining
THE 3 STIGMATA MacFadden 75-399 1971 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $25 $10 scarce
THE 3 STIGMATA Manor 12296 1975 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 irregular visitor
THE 3 STIGMATA Bantam 10586-8 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $22 $12 becoming uncommon
THE 3 STIGMATA Manor 12296 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $20 $10 becoming uncommon
THE 3 STIGMATA DAW #523 1983 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $20 $10 fairly common
THE GAME PLAYERS OF TITAN Ace 27310 1972 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $25 $12 uncommon
THE GANYMEDE TAKEOVER Ace 27346 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $20 $10 fairly common
THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE Popular Library 60-2289 1968?   ? ? ? never seen one
THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE Berkley Z2543 1974 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 watch for later printings
THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE Berkley 10143-6 1986 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 at least 7 printings between 1978 and 1986
THE MAN WHO JAPED Ace 51910 1975   $40 $25 $10 uncommon hereabouts
THE PENULTIMATE TRUTH Dell 16926 1980 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $20 $10 usually found in VG, getting scarcer
THE PENULTIMATE TRUTH Bluejay   1984 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $35 $20 scarce
THE PENULTIMATE TRUTH Carroll & Graf 493-4 1989 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common in several printings
THE PRESERVING MACHINE Ace 67801 1976 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $25 $10 getting rare
THE SIMULACRA Ace 76701 c1975 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $20 $10 getting scarce too...
THE UNTELEPORTED MAN Ace Double 15697 1972 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $60 $35 $15 //DR.Futurity. Uncommon
THE VARIABLE MAN Ace 86050 1976 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 becoming uncommon after 25 years.
THE WORLD JONES MADE Ace F429 1967 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $30 $12 turns up in odd places
THE WORLD JONES MADE Ace 90951 1975 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $20 $10 usually beat up when found
THE WORLD JONES MADE BART 012-7 1988 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common
THE ZAP GUN Dell 19907 1978   ? ? ? never seen one
THE ZAP GUN Bluejay 488-8 1985 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $30 $12 not many of these around
THE ZAP GUN Carroll & Graf 553-1 1989 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common. Watch for later printings
TIME OUT OF JOINT Belmont 143-6 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 getting scarce
TIME OUT OF JOINT Dell 18860 1979 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $20 $10 a nice find
TIME OUT OF JOINT Bluejay 427-6 1984 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $50 $30 $15 hard to find
TIME OUT OF JOINT Carroll & Graf 352-0 1987 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $15 $8 common. Watch for later printings
UBIK Bantam 402-0 1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $20 $10 faitly common
UBIK DAW #546 1983 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $20 $10 fairly common
VALIS Bantam 370-0 1985 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $30 $20 $10 fairly common too
VULCAN'S HAMMER ACE 86608 1972 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $40 $25 $15 a lucky find
WE CAN BUILD YOU DAW UY1164 1975 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $35 $20 $10 Uncommon
WE CAN BUILD YOU DAW 793-0 1983   $35 $20 $10 uncommon
                 
                 

 

USA Hardbacks and SFBC Editions listed in order of Scarcity:

{This is a subjective estimate of scarcity based on the dificulties I've had collecting PKD editions in Indiana. The Prices quoted are another guess from experience; certainly you can still find bargains anywhere but if you order PKD editions from a bookseller you might expect to pay near the prices given for a certain condition in 1999}

TITLE

EDITION

  DATE

IN GSM

Est. Price NF

Est. Price VG

Est. Price G

Notes
CONFESSIONS OF A CRAP ARTIST Entwhistle   1975   $700 $350 $150 I think there are 3 first editions...
TIME OUT OF JOINT Lippincott   1959   $600 $300 $120 can't find one
NOW WAIT FOR LAST YEAR Doubleday   1966   $400 $180 $75  
THE THREE STIGMATA OF PALMER ELDRITCH Doubleday   1965 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $500 $220 $100  
DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP? Doubleday   1968   $400 $200 $75  
A MAZE OF DEATH Doubleday   1970   $280 $130 $50  
FLOW MY TEARS, THE POLICEMAN SAID Berkley   1974   $300 $140 $60  
THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE Putnam   1962 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $250 $120 $50  
UBIK Doubleday   1969 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $150 $75 $40  
A SCANNER DARKLY Doubleday   1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $120 $70 $30  
DEUS IRAE Doubleday   1976   $100 $60 $30  
THE DIVINE INVASION Doubleday   1981? gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $80 $40 $20  
THE GOLDEN MAN SFBC   1981   $100 $75 $40  
THE THREE STIGMATA OF PALMER ELDRITCH SFBC   1965 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $150 $75 $35  
THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE SFBC   1965 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $120 $60 $30  
GALACTIC POT-HEALER SFBC   1970 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $80 $50 $25  
UBIK SFBC   1969 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $100 $60 $30  
A SCANNER DARKLY SFBC   1977 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $80 $50 $30  
THE PRESERVING MACHINE SFBC   1969 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $75 $50 $25  
OUR FRIENDS FROM FROLIX 8 SFBC   1971 gsm.gif (1021 bytes) $75 $50 $25  
TIME OUT OF JOINT SFBC UK   1961   $350 $200 $100  

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