The covers of the ASE's always featured an illustration of the original edition's real--or imagined --dustjacket. ASE covers depicting real dustjackets are generally quite easy to tell from those showing imaginary ones: the imaginary dustjackets (see the two examples here) exaggerate the size of the author's name and minimize non-typographic ornamentation. The pictures of real dustjackets show a much greater level of detail, as you can see in the example shown (with its model).