James Bond paperback covers (Pan Books, 1963–1967)
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I have a set of these, in variable condition. Might it be worth anything?
Belated response to Peter: the Hawkey Pans are pretty easy to find (with maybe the exception of Octopussy which doesn’t show up often). If they aren’t in mint condition they probably aren’t worth a heck of a lot though I sure there are collectors who’d be glad to have the complete set. That said, there was an edition of Thunderball that originally had an insert – a letter supposedly written by the Bond girl. I don’t know if it was the Hawkey cover edition (person’s back with bullet holes cut into the cover) or the movie tie-in which used stills. It might have also only been in the US Signet edition now I think about it. I think a copy with the letter is worth a bit to collectors.