First Edition Points and Criteria for The Double Helix

Year Published: 1968
Author Last Name: Watson
Author First Name: James
Publisher: Atheneum
Original Price: $5.95
Pages: 226

The first edition of this science classic was published by Atheneum in 1968. It was 226 pages long, and the original retail price was $5.95 . The first edition can be identified by the following criteria: First Edition is stated on the copyright page. Dust Jacket back has photo of the author in Paris with reviews below. "ILLUSTRATED $5.95" is on the upper corner of the front flap.

The Double Helix is classified in the following category: Science

Picture of the 1968 first edition dust jacket for The Double Helix.
Picture of the 1968 first edition dust jacket for The Double Helix.

Picture of the first edition copyright page for The Double Helix.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for The Double Helix.

Picture of dust jacket where original $5.95  price is found for The Double Helix.
Picture of dust jacket where original $5.95 price is found for The Double Helix.

Identification picture of The Double Helix.

Identification picture of The Double Helix.

Identification picture of The Double Helix.

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