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    First Edition, First Printing of
    Hemingway's
    A Farewell to Arms,
    in the First Issue Dust Jacket

    Ernest Hemingway. A Farewell to Arms. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. First trade edition, first printing, without the legal disclaimer on page [x]. Octavo. [x], 355 pages. Publisher's smooth black cloth with printed gold paper labels. In the first issue dust jacket, with the "Katharine Barclay" misspelling on the front flap. Jacket spine sunned and chipped (with larger chips at lower edge), jacket toned and rubbed with some edgewear, some soiling to jacket, cloth spine a bit sunned. Some rubbing and soiling to boards and spine, some offsetting to endleaves, first blank creased, bookseller's ticket on rear pastedown. Skewed. Still, a very good copy. Hanneman 8A.


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