Very Good +; No jacket. 1987 Cobham & Hatherton, First Edition. No. 23 of 300 numbered copies printed for the Rowfant Club. Hardcover has dark blue paper-covered boards and khaki canvas cloth spine with blue lettering. Front cover has white paper paste-on panel with title and author in black lettering. Dark olive green endpapers. Binding tight. Covers have very light surface wear. Small nick on fore edge of back cover. Very small dark smudge on spine. Pages clean and unmarked. 51 pages. No dust jacket. Limitation page at back states "What's Wrong has been printed in an edition of fifteen hundred copies of which three hundred are specifically numbered for members of The Rowfant Club. Of these this is number 23". First Edition. Numbered copy.
Fine in Not issued jacket. Hardcover, no dust jacket (as issued). Stated First Edition. 1st printing (no later printings indicated). Inscribed by the author, Laurel Blossom. No other markings. Ships in a box. Ships from NYC.
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Near Fine. No Jacket. Signed by Author Limited edition, number 272 of 300 copies numbered and signed by Blossom. Signed, without inscription, on the title page. Sticker shadow to the lower rear board. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Tall.
Fine+ Quarter khaki canvas with blue paper over boards. Black on white label on top cover. Green endpapers. Issued without DJ. This edition limited to 1500 copies of which 300 reserved for members of The Rowfant Club; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 51 pages; 0944125026.
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