Month: April 2016

“The Man with the Golden Gun”: Danish first edition (1966)




Manden med den gyldne revolver (1966)

Ian Fleming

Danish first edition
The Man with the Golden Gun (Jonathan Cape 1965)
Publisher: Skrifola (Lommeromanen no. 406)
Translator: Rita Damm
Cover art: 

Ian Fleming's thirteenth James Bond book was the twelfth to be published in Danish.
Note that the Danish book title differs from the Danish title of the EON Productions film adaptation from 1974, "Manden med den gyldne pistol".

Later editions:
● Manden med den gyldne revolver (Rosenkilde & Bahnhof 2014)

James Bond Agent 007 no. 2: “Contra Goldfinger” (Interpresse 1965)


JB007 DK nr 2 near mint

Author: Henry Gammidge (uncredited) based on Ian Fleming's novel "Goldfinger" (1959)
Artist: John McLusky (uncredited)
Publisher: A/S Interpresse
Editor: Karin Jespersen
Cover art: (uncredited)
Format: 52 pages
Publishing date: 1965
First published in the UK: Daily Express 03.10.1960-01.04.1961
Danish reprint: 007 James Bond no. 57

"Contra Goldfinger" (37 pages - newspaper strips reformatted to 17x26 cm magazine format)
"Fra filmen James Bonds fjender" ["From the movie James Bond's enemies"] (1 page text)
”Roy Allen: Tågernes stemme” ["Roy Allen" comic] (11 pages)
Back cover: color photo of Sean Connery in "Goldfinger" (1 page)

Thanks to Carsten Olsen.

“The Spy Who Loved Me”: Danish first edition paperback (1965)


Spionen der elskede mig (Skrifola 1965)

Jeg elskede James Bond (1965)

Ian Fleming

Danish first edition paperback
The Spy Who Loved Me (Jonathan Cape 1962)
Publisher: Skrifola (Lommeromanen no. 394)
Translator: Rita Damm
Cover art: 
United Artists & Rolf Müller (photo credit)

Ian Flemings tenth James Bond book was the eleventh to be published in Danish.

The title of the first edition translates as "I loved James Bond". The 2014 edition used the Danish title of EON Productions' film version from 1977, "Spionen der elskede mig" (literally "The Spy Who Loved Me").

Later editions:
● Spionen der elskede mig (Rosenkilde & Bahnhof 2014)