24 June 2009
[FLEMING, Ian]. Goldfinger. London: Jonathan Cape, 1956.]
(757 x 503 mm). Pictorial dust jacket after a design by RICHARD CHOPPING. Proof sheet uncut, showing three full repeated dust-jacket illustrations with the text during the last stages of the separation process of the published dust jacket. (Some minor darkening to blank margins).
SIGNED BY CHOPPING in the lower left corner. Richard Wasey Chopping (1917-2008), was a British illustrator and author. He designed the dust-jacket for nine of the James Bond books by Ian Fleming, published between 1957 and 1966. A RARE DUST JACKET PROOF SHEET.
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