Very good+ condition. Very good-condition (DJ) Octavo (8vo). xiv, 111 pages of text. Original hardcover binding in almost new condition, except for minor sunning to the top edges, and moderate discoloration/oxidization to the gold spine and front cover labels. Unclipped dustjacket with a half inch chip on the rear panel, a few tiny chips, several tears and creases, and minor sunning to the spine; protected in archival mylar. Contains numerous illustrations by Charles Cullen. Three small ink check marks by three poem titles; otherwise the text is clean and unmarked. Stated: First Edition.
A little wear to the extremities else a very good copy in original printed paper over boards with gilt stamped black cloth spine. dust jacket is a bit worn, lacking several large chips at the spine. an advance review copy with the blue slip at the...
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Signed by Author This is a very good hardcover copy in a very good dust jacket. Signed by Cullen on the front endpaper. Black cloth spine, blue paper covered boards with gold foil labels pasted down on cover & spine (lightly oxidized labels). Completely clean inside, outside the paper covered boards are immaculate, also the spine (excepting the foil label). Illustrated in black & white by Charles Cullen. Light soiling to cover of dust jacket, chips to edges of dustjacket, 1 inch tear to top edge of darkened spine of jacket. Signed "Cordially, Countee Cullen". Additional gift inscription above Cullen's dated 1929. 8vo, 8" high X 5" wide, 110 pages. Stated "First Edition I-D" on colophon page.
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