First Edition Points and Criteria for The Bourne Identity

Year Published: 1980
Author Last Name: Ludlum
Author First Name: Robert
Publisher: Marek
Original Price: $12.95
Pages: 523

"Copyright 1980 by Robert Ludlum" at the top of the copyright page, and "Printed in the United States of America" at the bottom. No statements of additional printings on copyright page, and no book club imprint is embossed on the rear board. Dust jacket has price of $12.95 at the top of the front flap and "8003" and "SBN: 399-90070-5" on the bottom of same flap.

Picture of the 1980 first edition dust jacket for The Bourne Identity.
Picture of the 1980 first edition dust jacket for The Bourne Identity.

Identification picture of The Bourne Identity.

Identification picture of The Bourne Identity.

Identification picture of The Bourne Identity.

Identification picture of The Bourne Identity.

Identification picture of The Bourne Identity.

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