Good. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that'll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. First edition. Decorative blue cloth stamped in gilt. Some rubbing and edgewear else near fine in a very good dustwrapper with fading and chips. Includes poems by Langston Hughes, Vita Sackville-West, Upton Sinclair, Edith Sitwell, and others.
NO dust jacket. Second Printing, April 1924. Good. This copy is from the library of Zane Grey. NO dust jacket. Blue cloth hardcover with gilt lettering and design stamped at front and spine. Boards are slightly bowed and shows rubbing; fading and soiling. Contributors include Ernest Hemingway, Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams, Nancy Cunard, Robert Frost, and many others. Hemingway's second book appearance. Thumbing to textblock with soiling to top of textblock edge with. Black staining to front.
Very Good. First edition. Spine lettering and board edges rubbed, thus very good, without the dustwrapper. Signed by contributors Alfred Kreymborg, Joseph Auslander (twice) and John Hall Wheelock (twice) at their poems.
Good. First edition; cover very lightly rubbed/bumped, front board faintly soiled in small spot; edges lightly sunned/soiled, faintly rubbed/bumped; pastedowns/endpapers faintly sunned/soiled/foxed, previous owner's name in pen at front pastedown, text block faintly age-toned, minor foxing sprinkled very sparsely throughout; binding tight; cover and interior intact and very clean, except where noted.
Fine. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Stated Second Printing, April 1924. Includes the poem "Chapter Heading" by Ernest Hemingway-one of the author's first times in print. Navy full-cloth boards, gilt border, cover and spine titles, lt. shelf wear. Pages fine. Small, Maynard colophon at title page w/motto "Scire Quod Sciendum"-short for Knowledge which is Worth Having". Bind fine; hinges intact. Edited and selected by L. Strong, author of "Dublin Days". Contributors include Hemingway, William Carlos Williams, Nancy Cunard, Robert Frost, E. E. Cummings, Thomas Hardy, D. H. Lawrence, and Wallace Stevens (To The One Of Fictive Music), et al. Hemingway's second book appearance and first w/poetry. Includes an Index of First Lines. Printed in United States of America. Printed by the Murray Printing Co., and bound by the Boston Bookbinding Co. of Cambridge, Mass. Small vintage owner's plate of Francis B. Greene inside bk. cover. 225 pages. Insured post.
Fine in Very Good jacket. First edition. Fine in very good dustwrapper with a modest chip on the front panel. Signed by contributors Alfred Kreymborg and John Hall Wheelock (twice) at their contributions. Very scarce in jacket.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Second printing. Decorative blue cloth stamped in gilt. Slight edgewear and toning else near fine in a very good dustwrapper with chips and spotting. Contributors include Ernest Hemingway, Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams, Nancy Cunard, Robert Frost, and many others. Hemingway's second book appearance.
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