Chermayeff, Ivan. Fine in very good dust jacket. 62 p. Audience: General/trade. Oversize. A small mark, and very small tear to dust jacket. Otherwise bright and tight, a nice copy. "...with Chermayeff making the illustrations first, without saying what they meant, then and with Vonnegut making up a story to fit them."
Fine copy in fine dust jacket. Signed by the author on title page. 8vo 8 1/2"x 5 1/4" brown boards w/ silver lettering on spine; 18 stories, 239 pgs, w/ foreword by Kurt Vonnegut; photo-illus dust jacket w/ $21.95 on front flap, author photo at back; signature accompanied by drawing of "5c / crushed beer can". quotes by Vonnegut & Peter Blauner on front flap, & by Vonnegut on back cover. jacket design by Annette Flaster-Ross w/ photos by Cheung Ching-Ming.
NEW. (Cat's Cradle; God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater; Slaughterhouse-Five; Breakfast of Champions; Stories) 848pp. [22cm]; full green cloth with gold title stamped on the spine. Pictorial dust jacket. New book with no flaws.
Paul Bacon cover Design. Good in Very Good+ jacket. ---------hardcover, about 6.25 x 9.25 inches, a Near Fine copy but there is some hi-liting throughout the book so a GOOD copy only, in a Very Good+ dustjacket with a closed tear on rear panel, copyright page states 1997 but the rear flap references Vonnegut's death so this is at least 2007, no price on front flap as issued, this is in the same format and design as the 1969 1st edition although slightly taller and does not have KV's photo on the rear panel, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo.
Fine. B001U94LNW Pristine copy. Leather bound, part of the "Limited First Edition" series of Franklin library. Leather bound, gilt edges, ribbed spine, silk moire endpapers, silk marker ribbon. A beautiful book!
Near Fine in Very Good jacket.  FIRST EDITION hardcover and dustjacket. Condition of hardcover: Hint of dust to covers; two pages have light crease; else overall Near Fine. Binding free of cracks and tears. Also free of writing or notations in text, torn pages, stickers, and bookplates. Not a former library book. Dustjacket: Price intact of flap. Light age toning/soiled marks; minor shelf wear (chips/closed tears/creases); else overall Very Good. Protected in Mylar cover. The highly collectible author has written an excellent novel that will keep you glued to the pages. A wonderful first edition. Note: We are a well-established, well-respected, ethical book dealer in business for 24 years. We describe our books honestly and thoroughly, rather than just G for Good or V.G. for Very Good.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. Hardcover with dustjacket, nice collector's copy of this first British printing, book is in excellent condition with no remarkable flaws, the predominantly white dustjacket is bright and clean, the original price is present and a professional (removable) mylar cover is included, the only remarkable flaw is slight sunning (from red to pink) to the title on the spine.
Fine in N-Fine jacket. A square solid tight un-read copy. The jacket shows only some veryyyyyyyyy minor rubbing and a crease to the front pastedown. You could do a whole lot worse then this copy if you needed one for your collection..
Very Good in Very Good jacket. This is the First Trade Edition. The text is clean with no markings. The binding is sound. The dustjacket is not price clipped and shows light edgewear. The front board is cocked.
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