First Edition in Original Dust JacketErnest Hemingway. To Have and Have Not. New York: Charles Scriber's Sons, 1937.
First edition, with "A" and Scribner's seal on copyright page. Octavo. 262 pages.
Publisher's black cloth with gilt and green stamping; Hemingway's facsimile signature in gilt to front board. Cloth lightly rubbed, with faint bloom to cloth, resulting in a somewhat vaguely smoky appearance. Moisture spot to front board. Top and bottom edges of boards rubbed. A very nice dust jacket (with $2.50 price) with a couple of small nicks to foot of jacket's spine and at edges of flap folds, and with some minor wear and shallow creases along edges. In a chemise and a custom gilt-stamped quarter leather book-backed slipcase. A sturdy, square copy in very good condition.
Hemingway's only novel set in the United States, and his only novel of the 1930s.
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