Dr. No - Ian Lancaster Fleming 1958 - Jonathan Cape, London - First Edition, First impression, second state with dancing ‘Honeychile’ silhouette to front board, in first edition, first impression dust jacket. A fine first edition in sharp bright dust jacket, the book in second state showing the ‘Honey Chile’ silhouette which was lacking from the first state, smartly housed in custom made clamshell case, black half morocco, gilt titles.

Dr No, a sinister recluse with mechanical pincers for hands and a sadistic fascination with pain, holds James Bond firmly in his steely grasp. Bond and Honey Rider, his beautiful and vulnerable girl Friday, have been captured trespassing on Dr No’s secluded Caribbean island. Intent on protecting his clandestine operations from the British secret service, Dr No sees an opportunity to dispose of an enemy and further his diabolical research.

The film that introduced the world to Sean Connery. Many of the now familiar elements appeared in this first entry of the series: M, Moneypenny, Felix Leiter, Q Major Boothroyd, SPECTRE, the Walther PPK, a Casino and a Vodka Martini!
  In the dust jacket, designed by Pat Marriott, showing the dancing lady silhouette, which is repeated to the front boards of the book.

Reference: Gilbert,
Ian Fleming - The Bibliography, A6a 1.3: Book - First Edition, First Impression, Second State - Type A cloth in black, the front cover being printed with a ‘Honeychile’ silhouette in dark reddish-brown (almost a negative of the dust jacket design), the silver lettered back-strip being exactly the same as first state (1.1); Dust Jacket First Edition - ‘Ian Fleming’ lettered in black to spine (second impression this changed to white), front flap printed with short description of story (second impression added a fourteen-line review reprinted from The Manchester Guardian.)

For those interested, Gilbert notes that there were a total of 16,020 copies of the first edition published on 31st March 1958, of which 3,495 copies did not have the silhouette (Gilbert 1.1 and 1.2).

Octavo (book size 19.5x13.5cm), pp. 256. Dust jacket priced ‘13s. 6d. net’ to lower corner of front flap, publisher’s decorative trim to all corners of dust jacket flaps.
  Condition: Fine in near fine dust jacket, light wear to corners, a little more so to spine ends, gentle toning to rear panel and upper edge fo flaps.   Ref: 110791   Price: HK$ 22,500