Near Fine in Very Good jacket. "The Works of Anne Frank", a collection of her short stories, essays, and diary. 1st edition with 1st state dust jacket. Published by Doubleday & Company, Inc, New York, 1959. Dust jacket is in very good plus to near fine condition. Minimal wear to the extremities. The front fold flap still retains the book's original price of $4.50. The book is in near fine condition. The salmon colored boards are vibrant with crisp edges. The front board has a drawing by Peter Spier, the illustrator of this book, etched onto it in bright silver. The tan spine is extremely well preserved with the lettering intact. There are numerous black and white drawings throughout. This collection contains short stories that had never before been translated and printed in English. Filled with fictional stories and the very real account of her short life, "The Works of Anne Frank" is truly a rare book and treasure. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. (Inventory #C5-14).
Octavo, hardcover, ex library copy missing endpaper with gift note on next endpaper. Library stamp on title page. Good reading copy. Turquoise decorative boards. Contains Her short stories, essays, and her Diary. Introduction by Ann Birstein and Alfred Kazin. No dj. 332 pp. b & w illustrations.
FIRST EDITION 8vo. hardback in dust jacket. 332pp., illustrated with line drawings by Peter Spier. A clean copy with no previous owners' markings or inscriptions. Some fading to dust jacket spine and light rubbing to edges. Overall VG in a Good+ dust jacket. (Shelf 2)
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