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Ian Flemings originale James Bond-bøger genudgives! Forlaget Rosenkilde & Bahnhof

Ian Flemings originale James Bond-bøger genudgives! Forlaget Rosenkilde & Bahnhof

Ian Flemings originale James Bond-bøger genudgives!

 

Forlaget Rosenkilde & Bahnhof I Toldbodgade 29 C, st. I 1253 København K I post@rbforlag.dk I www.rbforlag.dk

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Tine Hovgaard Jørgensen, Silvana Nikolic, Claus Lund Rosenkilde (Forlægger), James Bond              James Bond, Rasmus Paaske Larsen

For the first time in history, the complete series of Ian Fleming's James Bond adventures will be published consecutively and in chronological order by a single publisher in Denmark. Rosenkilde & Bahnhof, who will release the first seven this month and the second set of seven books next month, have also used a consistent design style for the new covers by artist Silvana Nikolic.

The publisher was assisted by Danish Bond expert Rasmus Paaske Larsen, who as well as providing forewords for all 14 books, also translated the short story '007 In New York' for publication in Denmark. It is the first time the story has been published in Danish.

'Casino Royale' through 'Goldfinger' were published on October 15th, 2014 in Denmark. 'For Your Eyes Only' through 'Octopussy & The Living Daylights' will be released on November 17th, 2014.

Ian Flemings originale James Bond-bøger genudgives! Forlaget Rosenkilde & Bahnhof

Ian Flemings originale James Bond-bøger genudgives! Til anmeldelse, november 2014  Copyright Rosenkilde & Bahnhof, 2014. Cover design: Silvana Nikolic

Forlaget Rosenkilde & Bahnhof I Toldbodgade 29 C, st. I 1253 København K I post@rbforlag.dk I www.rbforlag.dk

Titler

Casino Royale (1)

Lev og lad dø (2)

Moonraker (3)

Diamanter varer evigt(4)

Kærlig hilsen fra Kreml(5)

Dr. No (6)

Goldfinger (7)

Strengt fortroligt (8)

Kodenavn Thunderball(9)

Spionen der elskedemig (10)

I Hendes Majestæts hemmelige tjeneste(11)

Man lever kun to gange(12)

Manden med den gyldne revolver (13)

Octopussy (14)

Forfatter

Ian Fleming (1908-64)

Format

240-316 sider, softcover

Vejledende pris

299,95 kr.

James Bonds eventyr i ny dansk udgivelse!

Hans navn er Bond – James Bond.

Kold krig, russiske skurke, smukke damer, trusler fra verdens største forbryderhjerner er hans hverdag i Hendes Majestæts hemmelige tjeneste.

I anledning af halvtredsåret for Ian Flemings død udgiver Forlaget Rosenkilde & Bahnhof de 14 originale James Bond-bøger, som Ian Fleming selv var forfatter til. Bøgerne udgives i smukt nyt dansk omslagsdesign.

Ian Lancaster Fleming (1908-1964) var en engelsk efterretningsagent, forfatter og journalist. Mange af hans oplevelser i den engelske efterretningstjeneste blev kogt sammen til essensens af hans største fiktive figur: agent 007 med det borgerlige navn James Bond.

Ian Fleming selv var forfatter til i alt 14 Bond-bøger (heraf 12 romaner og to novellesamlinger). Hans første Bond-bog, Casino Royale, udkom i 1953.

UDGIVELSESRÆKKEN udsendes nu for første gang på dansk i kronologisk rækkefølge, hvorved læserne kan stifte bekendtskab med udviklingen i James Bond-figuren. Alle 14 bind er forsynes med nyskrevet forord af den danske James Bond-ekspert Rasmus Paaske Larsen.

Samtidig udgives Flemings novelle "007 i New York", som aldrig tidligere har været oversat til dansk.

 

Ian Flemings originale James Bond-bøger genudgives! Til anmeldelse, november 2014

Forlaget Rosenkilde & Bahnhof I Toldbodgade 29 C, st. I 1253 København K I post@rbforlag.dk I www.rbforlag.dk

ISBN

978-87-7128-815-5

978-87-7128-816-2

978-87-7128-817-9

978-87-7128-818-6

978-87-7128-819-3

978-87-7128-820-9

978-87-7128-821-6

978-87-7128-822-3

978-87-7128-823-0

978-87-7128-824-7

978-87-7128-825-4

978-87-7128-826-1

978-87-7128-827-8

978-87-7128-828-5

Udkommer

1-7: 15. okt. 2014

8-14: 17. nov. 2014

Yderligere info: Du er meget velkommen til at kontakte forlaget på post@rbforlag.dk eller på telefon 42360123 for pressemateriale og information.

Se også www.ianfleming.com

 

 James Bond with Nils Winblad and Rasmus Paaske Larsen
James Bond with Nils Winblad and Rasmus Paaske Larsen

 James Bond  with Rie Lund Rosenkilde        Claus Lund Rosenkilde (Forlægger), James Bond
 James Bond  with Rie Lund Rosenkilde                                                   Claus Lund Rosenkilde (Forlægger), James Bond

 Johannes Persson with James Bond
Johannes Persson with James Bond 

        
Knud Braagaard bondcollector.dk with James Bond                                                             Photograf Rickard Johansson Arrowspicture

Rasmus Paaske Larsen, Bo Tao Michaëlis, Tine Hovgaard Jørgensen James Bond book release 27/11 Copenhagen.
Rasmus Paaske Larsen, Bo Tao Michaëlis, Tine Hovgaard Jørgensen James Bond book release 27/11 Copenhagen.

 

First Edition 1953 Ian Fleming James Bond Casino Royale 
BY IAN FLEMING
LONDON
PUBLISHED, JONATHAN CAPE 1953

Ian Fleming's 'CASINO ROYALE 1953' published byJonanthan Cape, London 1953.

1 .CASINO ROYALE 1953
2. LIVE AND LET DIE 1954  
3. MOONRAKER (1955)
4. Diamonds Are Forever 1956
5 .From Russia With Love 1957
6. Doctor No (1958)
7. GOLDFINGER (1959)
8 .For Your Eyes Only (1960)
9. THUNDERBALL (1961)
10.THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1962)
11.On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1963)
12.You Only Live Twice (1964)
13.THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (1965)
14.
Octopussy and the Living Daylights (1966)

Ian Fleming's James Bond Titles
Title Published Film Released

1. Casino Royale 1953 1967 and 2006
2. Live and Let Die 1954, 1973
3. Moonraker 1955, 1979
4. Diamonds Are Forever 1956, 1971
5. From Russia With Love 1957, 1963
6. Doctor No 1958, 1962
7. Goldfinger 1959, 1964
8. For Your Eyes Only (short stories) 1960
From A View To A Kill 1985
For Your Eyes Only 1981
Quantum of Solace 2008
Risico
The Hildebrand Rarity
9. Thunderball 1961, 1965
10. The Spy Who Loved Me 1962, 1977
11. On Her Majesty's Secret Service 1963, 1969
12. You Only Live Twice 1964, 1967
13. The Man With The Golden Gun 1965, 1974
14. Octopussy & The Living Daylights (short stories) 1966
Octopussy 1983
The Living Daylights 1987
The Property Of A Lady

Ian Fleming's Non-Bond books

Title Published Film released

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 1964 1968
Thrilling Cities 1963
The Diamond Smugglers 1957

First Edition 1953 Ian Fleming James Bond Casino Royale
Item specifics. New in The James Bond 007 Museum Nybro. Sweden. 

First Edition 1953 Ian Fleming James Bond Casino Royale

Dominic winter book auctions in Gloucestershire.
Ian Flemings book Casino Royale sold for 19000 GBP.
Dominic winter book auctions in Gloucestershire.
Fleming (Ian). Casino Royale, 1st ed., 1st impression, 1953, original.
Ian Flemings Literary Career began with Casino Royale, published in 1952, ... 4728 copies were sold within a month, reviews were favourable, and a British ...
Casino Royale Ian Flemings first book first impression first print 1953 in The James Bond 007 Museum

The 1953 book, which sold for £4,000 more than expected, was the top lot at a sale at which Live and Let Die - the second Bond novel - went for £6,600.
A copy of Moonraker, the third in the series, sold for £7,200.
Auctioneer Dominic Winter said "the strikingly colourful" Bond first editions had "always been one of the surest certainties over the last 30 years".
"The 007 film industry has helped that impetus by drawing in thousands of new fans keen to buy into the James Bond fantasy," he said.
It is thought the highest price for a Bond first edition was the £22,750 a signed copy of From Russia With Love fetched at Bloomsbury Auctions in London in 2004.
A signed first edition of Casino Royale is believed to have sold for £21,000, also at Bloomsbury, the following year 2005.

First attempt: "Scent and smoke and sweat hit the taste buds with an acid thwack at three o'clock in the morning"

Second try: "Scent and smoke and sweat can suddenly combine together and hit the taste buds with an acid shock at three o'clock in the morning"

Finally (and satisfied): "The scent and smoke and sweat of a casino are nauseating at three in the morning".

 
   
So began Casino Royale, the first adventure of James Bond, completed in March 1952 and published the following year. Ian Fleming was 43. Although he had experience of journalism, this was his first attempt at a book.
 
He sent it to his friend, the poet William Plomer, who in turn recommended it to Jonathan Cape, publishers. 4,750 copies were sold within a month, reviews were favourable, and a British cultural hero was born.
 
Live and Let Die followed the next year, 1954, Moonraker in 1955, and thereafter a Bond title a year was published until Ian Fleming's death in 1964.
 
Fleming maintained his job at the Sunday Times, where he was foreign manager. He would ask the foreign correspondents, such as Anthony Terry in Berlin, for help with details about, for example, trains or local geography. He contributed a chapter on 'Foreign News' to the Kemsley Manual of Journalism. From 1953 - 6 he wrote the Atticus column in the Sunday Times, writing about a range of obscure incidents and interesting facts and mild gossip.
 
Keeping true to his promise made at the end of the war, he did return to Jamaica, and he built a modest bungalow in a beautiful position on the North shore. He named it Goldeneye. Somehow he persuaded his employers to allow him 2 months a year off to go to Jamaica, and so it was there, in January and February every year from 1952, that he wrote his novels.
 
...while I still do a certain amount of writing in the midst of my London life, it is on my annual visits to Jamaica that all my books have been written.
CASINO ROYALE 1953, one of the James Bond first editions 
 
Published by Jonathan Cape in London in 1953, with the essential 'First Published 1953' to the inner page, with no later titles stated, this is not the book club edition, not the US edition and not a later printing - this is the first printing of the  James Bond adventure.
 
BY IAN FLEMING
LONDON
PUBLISHED, JONATHAN CAPE 1953
 

Ian Fleming's 'CASINO ROYALE 1953' published byJonanthan Cape, London 1953.
Casino Royale Ian Flemings first book first impression first print 1953 in The James Bond 007 Museum

CASINO ROYALE 1953
LIVE AND LET DIE 1954  
MOONRAKER (1955)
Diamonds Are Forever 1956
From Russia With Love 1957)
Doctor No (1958)
GOLDFINGER (1959)
For Your Eyes Only (1960)
THUNDERBALL (1961)
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1962)
On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1963)
You Only Live Twice (1964)
The Man With The Golden Gun (1965)
Octopussy and the Living Daylights (1966)

 

Ian Fleming's James Bond Titles
Title Published Film Released 

1. Casino Royale 1953 1967 and 2006 
2. Live and Let Die 1954 1973 
3. Moonraker 1955 1979 
4. Diamonds Are Forever 1956 1971 
5. From Russia With Love 1957 1963 
6. Doctor No 1958 1962 
7. Goldfinger 1959 1964 
8. For Your Eyes Only (short stories) 1960 
From A View To A Kill 1985 
For Your Eyes Only 1981 
Quantum of Solace 2008 
Risico 
The Hildebrand Rarity 
9. Thunderball 1961 1965 
10. The Spy Who Loved Me 1962 1977 
11. On Her Majesty's Secret Service 1963 1969 
12. You Only Live Twice 1964 1967 
13. The Man With The Golden Gun 1965 1974 
14. Octopussy & The Living Daylights (short stories) 1966 
Octopussy 1983 
The Living Daylights 1987 
The Property Of A Lady 

Ian Fleming's Non-Bond books

Title Published Film released 

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 1964 1968 
Thrilling Cities 1963 
The Diamond Smugglers 1957 

James Bond, the Author  The Origin of the Name James BondJames Bond, the Author
The Origin of the Name James Bond

"I wanted the simplest, dullest, plainest-sounding name I could think of. James Bond seemed perfect."
-Ian Fleming

While he may be the world's most famous, glamorous secret agent, let's face it, his name is pretty dull. In a way it is fitting, Fleming achieved exactally what he wanted to with the name. He actually found it sitting on his bookshelf in the author of a book entitled "Bird's Of The West Indies." And like that, history was made!

James Bond (January 4, 1900 – February 14, 1989) was a leading American ornithologist whose name was appropriated by writer Ian Fleming for his fictional spy James Bond.

 

 

 

 

Casino Royale Ian Flemings first book first impression first print 1953 in The James Bond 007 Museum
Casino Royale Ian Flemings first book first impression first print 1953 in The James Bond 007 Museum

Published 13th April 1953 by Jonathan Cape in London
CASINO ROYALE 1953

Published in 1953 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth & red lettering & heart on front board
Verso title page states "First Published 1953"

Dust wrapper priced at 10s.6d
Rear panel has pencil drawing of Ian Fleming by Bartlett,
with blurb about Fleming's life below
Front flap has blurb with jacket credit immediately below
There should be NO Times review
Rear flap is blank but for title, author, Cape & price in bottom left corner

4,728 copies were bound up, a large number of which went to public libraries

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Published 5th May 1954 by Jonathan Cape in London
LIVE AND LET DIE 1954  

Published in 1954 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth & gilt lettering & gilt medallion on front board
Verso title page states "First Published 1954"
Dust wrapper priced at 10s.6d
There are 3 states of 1st edition dust wrappers
First State : No credit for jacket design on front flap
Second State : 2 line credit is positioned midway between blurb end & price
Third State : 2 line credit is positioned directly under the blurb

7,500 copies were printed of the 1st edition

First Edition 1955 Ian Fleming James Bond  Moonraker
Published 7th April 1955 by Jonathan Cape in London
MOONRAKER 1955

Published in 1955 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth & silver lettering
Verso title page states "First Published 1955"
Dust wrapper priced at 10s.6d
There is a "semi issue point" Page 10 last line shoot / shoo
No priority established but I believe shoot to be preferable
There are also 2 paper thicknesses
One text block measures 19mm whilst the other is 15mm
The 15mm is poorer quality and prone to browning

The 1st print run was 9,900 copies

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Published 26th March 1956 by
Jonathan Cape in London
Diamonds Are Forever 1956

Published in 1956 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth & silver lettering
Verso title page states "First Published 1956"
Dust wrapper priced at 12s.6d

The 1st print run was 14,700 copies


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Published 8th April 1957 by Jonathan Cape in London

From Russia With Love 1957

Published in 1957 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black decorated cloth
Verso title page states "First Published 1957"
Dustwrapper priced at 13s.6d
The 1st set of sheets were of poor print quality and rejected by Cape
These were later sent to the book club
This means that, theoretically, the '1st printing' is the book club edition
Note: The Cape sheets have Cape name and logos on title page
Those with 'Book Club' are later printings and the above does not apply
The Cape edition was published first, and is the first edition

The 1st print run was 15,000 copies

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Published 31st March 1958 by Cape in London

Dr No (1958)

Published in 1958 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth with or without "dancing girl" figure
Verso title page states "First Published 1958"
Dust jacket priced at 13s.6d
There is no priority established for the dancing girl
From experience, the ones without the figure appear to be rarer

The 1st print run was 20,000 copies

FIRST EDITION 1959 IAN FLEMING JAMES BOND GOLDFINGER 

Published 23rd March 1959 by Jonathan Cape in London

GOLDFINGER 1959

Published in 1959 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth gilt lettering , skull embossed on front board
Verso title page states "First Published 1959"
Dustwrapper priced at 15s

The 1st print run was 24,000 copies

First Edition 1960 Ian Fleming James Bond For Your Eyes Only

Published 11th April 1960 by Jonathan Cape in London

For Your Eyes Only (1960)

Published in 1960 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth, gilt lettering , eye design on front board
Verso title page states "First Published 1960"
Dust wrapper priced at 15s

The 1st print run was 21,712 copies

 IAN FLEMING 1ST EDITION THUNDERBALL 1961

Published 27th March 1961 by Jonathan Cape in London

THUNDERBALL (1961)

Published in 1961 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth, gilt lettering , skeletal hand on front board
Verso title page states "First Published 1961"
Dust wrapper priced at 15s

The 1st print run was 50,938 copies

THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1962)

Published 16th April 1962 by Jonathan Cape in London

THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1962)

Published in 1962 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth, silver lettering , with a dagger on the front board
Verso title page states "First Published 1962"
Dust wrapper priced at 15s
There are copies with a quad mark
between the E & M of Fleming on the title page
This mark is not on the proof sheets and was just a spacer that worked loose during the print run
No priority officially established and not of bibliographical importance, but copies with quad mark are very much scarcer and consequently fetch a premium

The 1st print run was 30,000 copies

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Published 1st April 1963 by Jonathan Cape in London

On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1963)

Published in 1963 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth, silver lettering , track design on front board
Verso title page states "First Published 1963"
Dust wrapper priced at 16s
The 1st print run was 45,000 copies

There is a signed limited edition of this title
250 numbered copies - but unnumbered copies also turn up
Jonathan Cape's records suggest there should be approx 43 unnumbered
Ten of these were given to Ian Fleming the rest intended as presentation copies

The 1st print run was 45,000 copies

IAN FLEMING 1ST EDITION YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE 

Published 16th March 1964 by Jonathan Cape in London

You Only Live Twice (1964)

Published in 1964 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth, silver lettering , Japanese lettering on front board
Verso title page states "First Published 1964"
Note: "First Published March 1964" is second state
Dust wrapper priced at 16s

The 1st print run was 56,000 copies


First Edition 1965 Ian Fleming James Bond THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN
Published 1st April 1965 by
Jonathan Cape in London
THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (1965)

Published in 1965 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth, gilt lettering
Verso title page states "First Published 1965"
Copies exist with a gun in gilt on the front boards 
Dust wrapper priced at 18s

The 1st print run was 82,000 copies



Published 23rd June 1966 by
Jonathan Cape in London
Octopussy and the Living Daylights (1966)

Published in 1966 by Jonathan Cape in London
Black cloth, gilt lettering
Verso title page states "First Published 1966"
This title was repriced in order to clear remaining copies
Contrary to popular opinion it was not actually remaindered
A London bookseller bought the last 32,000 copies directly.
He gradually sold them for £1.50 each
Copies with unclipped jackets and
no signs of a price sticker are preferred
Dust wrapper priced at 10s.6d

The 1st print run was 50,000 copies

 

 

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