New York: New Directions Books, [published by James Laughlin], 1945. Octavo; VG/Hardcover; Beige spine with burgundy and gold gilt text; Moderate shelf wear and age to covers, partial cracking of leather at front cover spine head, decorative rings on spine, patterned design on front cover, rubbing to surfaces; Binding solid, previous owner's inscription on front free end page, a few end pages have creased corners, a few front pages have moisture creasing; Foxing, age toning and spotting along text block exterior, extending to parts of page edges, text block clean; 345 pp.
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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. First Edition, First Issue. Octavo, 267 pages; VG-/none; green cloth boards, faded gilt lettering on spine: spine lettering has some mild rubbing, mild wear to boards; age-toning to pages; the date on the title page, 1926, matches the date on the copyright page. The type at page 38, lines 6-9 (left), page 248, lines 21-24 (right) and the page number "90" is not battered; shelved case 2.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 449 pages; G/none; in embossed dark green hardcovers, gilt lettering on spine; boards with mild bumping, corners, head and tail of spine, fraying to head and tail of spine; gutter threatening on title page; gutter visible on rear endpaper; unrelated ownership information on ffep, dated 1922; without seal on the endpaper and ads, the points for the first state; With a card from the WETA-TV Auction, stating 'First Edition of "The Beautiful and Damned" by F. Scott Fitzgerald donated by his daughter, Scottie." with Scottie Smith's name and address above. The card also states that it was purchased by Kiplinger.; The card has paperclip rust marks, which are also present on the sfep, also page 449, rear endpaper; KK consignment; shelved in case 2.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1941. Octavo; VGVG- Hardcover with dust jacket; Red and white spine with green and white text; Boards are clean and sturdy; Text block is clean; 163p. Alternate version in a red & white dust-wrapper, edited with a foreword by Edmund Wilson. Early reprint, may be later than 1941. Cover price $5.95, unclipped.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922. First Edition, Second Issue. Octavo, 317 pages; G/none; Green cloth spine and boards with blind and gilt lettering; boards have some rubbing, corners bumped, slight fading to spine; chip missing to upper for corner of ffep; front gutter beginning to show; age-toning to pages; Second Issue, with Page 232 line 6 includes corrected 'and' printing, copyright page has 'September 1922' and Scribner's Seal; shelved Case 2.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 408 pages; VG/none; bound in publisher's green cloth, bright gilt lettering to spine; facsimile dust jacket; spine cocked; mild wear and rubbing to boards; bookplate to ffep; mild age-toning to interior; Scribner's seal and 'A' on copyright page; LD consignment; shelved case 2.
Limited Editions Club, 1980. Limited Edition, #1456/2000. Octavo, 174 pages; VG: bound in full decorated gray buckram, housed in black publisher's slipcase; mild scuffing to slipcase; with publisher's glassine present, small tear along lower rear fore corner, head of spine; illustrated with 14 color gouaches by Fred Meyer; signed by Fred Meyer on the colophon, #1456/2000; Flyer "Number Five" and Monthly Letter present; shelved case 9 3/4.
Limited Editions Club, 1982. Limited Edition, #1456/2000. Quarto, 219 pages; VG/VG; bound in decorated cloth, paper label with black lettering to spine; original glassine present; housed in a VG black publisher's slipcase; small stain to top edge of text block; 'Monthly Letter' loose within; illustrated with 8 color gouaches and an original Lithograph by Fred Meyer; Signed by Fred Meyer and Charles Scribner III on the colophon, #1456/2000; shelved case 9 3/4.