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ANTON YORK, IMMORTAL
Belmont [B60-1033; 2nd printing] August 1969 paperback (copyright 1965.) Cover by Jack Faragasso, 158 pages, 60 cent cover price. Condition is near-Fine: tight and almost square with flat spine; mild uniform age tanning (slightly darker on insides of covers); very light overall wear - mostly to back cover. 4-digit number written at top of first page; no other marks, stamps or writing.
Anton York, Immortal - a collection of 4 related novelettes written 1937-1940 by Eando Binder. "Eando Binder" is the pen-name for the collaborating team of the brothers Earl Binder and Otto Binder. Donald Tuck notes that Earl dropped out of the collaborations about 1940 - so most of these probably feature both. Belmont Books are one of the harder-to-find publishers of SF in the late Sixties / early Seventies. It is difficult to find first-printings of any of their books - let alone nice copies.
Conquest of Life
These originally appeared from 1937 to 1940 in Thrilling Wonder Stories.