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James Bond Penguin Cover Prints by Michael Gillette


The James Bond Penguin Cover Prints were initially released in 2008 as a celebration of the centenary of Ian Fleming's birth. Michael Gillette's Penguin James Bonder covers are now available as limited edition, signed and numbered prints.

What I would do to own all of those… Found via http://retronaut.co

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