F. Scott Fitzgerald: First Edition of The Great Gatsby. (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925), first edition, first issue, with all accepted points: page 60, line 16 "chatter", page 119, line 22 "northern", page 205, line 9-10 "sick in tired", page 211, line 7-8 "Union Street station", 218 pages, dark green cloth with gilt titles, titles in blind on cover, portion of front and rear panels of original dust jacket incorporated into a modern replacement jacket, 12mo (5.5" x 7.5"), ex-library, with significant conservation including repairs to spine, replaced front pastedown and ffep, library stamp in blind on title page, library inked stamped numbers on copyright page, library pencil marks erased from title page, a few stains mainly at the prelims, some toning to contents, else a near very good and tight copy of this classic work in the scarce first issue state.

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