New York: Random House, . First edtion, 8vo, pp. , 247; unclipped dust jacket with some light stains on front and back panel, also with short tears (without significant loss) along the top edge of both panels and spine.
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Greenville, Mississippi: The Levee Press, 1950. Edition limited to 975 copies signed by Faulkner (this, no. 615), slim 8vo, pp. , 71, ; slight rubbing at extremities, endpapers darkened in margins, but generally a near fine copy without a jacket, as issued.
New York: Random House, . First edition, 8vo, pp. , 286; spine of jacket slightly discolored, else fine.
New York: Random House, . First trade edition; 8vo, pp. , 371; fine, copy in a near fine unclipped dust jacket with a small ink blemish on the rear panel.
[New York]: Harrison Smith & Robert Haas, . First edition, first printing, first binding, 8vo, pp. , 480; dust jacket with creases and small chips at the extremities, and one large piece missing from the top of the spine panel causing loss to the word "in" and also the "STC"...
New York: Random House, . First edition, 8vo, pp. , 436; jacket ever-so-slightly rubbed; generally fine and bright.
New York: Random House, . Third printing, 8vo., jacket price clipped and with slight wear on spine & head of front panel, else fine.
Franklin Center, Pennsylvania: Franklin Library, 1976. First edition "privately printed exclusively for members of The First Edition Society," 8vo, pp. xxiii, , 594; color frontispiece portrait of Faulkner, 2 facsimile letters in the text, double-p. genealogy at the back; fine in gilt-stamped brown morocco, a.e.g. A number of these letters...
New York: Random House, . First edition limited to 450 copies signed by the author (this is copy no. 360); 8vo, pp. , 371; fine, tight copy in original beige cloth, and a fine acetate dust jacket.
[East Lansing]: Michigan State College Press, 1951. First edition, 8vo, pp. viii, 280; fine copy in a very good jacket. Bassett A-24.
London: Macgibbon & Kee, 1955. First edition, 8vo., illus. fine in like jacket.
Minneapolis: First Avenue, 1998-2002. First Avenue and 7th St Entry are two music venues housed in the same building in downtown Minneapolis. During the 1980s, Prince helped put it at the forefront of Minneapolis music venues by using it as the location for many scenes in his movie, Purple Rain...
London: W. Collins Sons & Co., . First English edition, 8vo, pp. vii, , 386,  ads; very good, sound copy in original blue cloth lettered in orange; scarce. Bruccoli A8.2.a: "Varies from the first Scribner's printing in some 700 readings, of which 82 are substantive; 134 lines are omitted from the Collins text."
New York: Scribner's Sons, . First edition, 8vo, pp. xviii, , 615; portrait frontis, 10 illus. on rectos and versos of 4 plates; very good copy in the jacket.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920. First edition of Fitzgerald's first book, one of only 3000 copies printed; 8vo, pp. , 305; very minor crack at the bottom of the spine, and a very slight snag in the fore-margin of the title; all else near fine in original green cloth...
London: Grey Walls Press, . First edition, 8vo, pp. 366; perfect copy in the dust-jacket. Nine short stories for the first time collected under this title, including "The Diamond as Big as the Ritz" and "Babylon Revisited." Bruccoli AA3.
[New York]: New Directions, n.d., [ca. 1947]. First edition, one of four indistinguishable reprintings (1945-47), but this the uncommon British issue, with the pasted slip on verso of the half-title reading: "This is a New Directions Book distributed throughout the British Empire from 7 Crown Passage, Pall Mall, London, S.W.1,"...
[New York]: New American Library, . First American edition, 8vo, pp. 240; previous owner's bookplate on front paste-down, fine in original yellow cloth, in near fine dust jacket.
London [et al.]: Cassell, . First edition, large 8vo, pp. xiii, , 424, , xvii-xlvi; illus. throughout; jacket with old tape repairs on verso, else very good. Contains a 9-page chapter entitled "Foreign News" written by Ian Fleming, then the Foreign Manager of Kemsley Newspapers, previously Reuters' correspondent in Europe...
New York & Toronto: Farrar and Rinehart, . First edition, 8vo, pp. xii, 237; original brown cloth, silver-lettered spine. This copy with a presentation from the author on the front free endpaper: "To Isaac L. Myers in friendship frrom John Gould Fletcher." Small waterstain on endpaper touching the 'T' in...
London: The Scholartis Press, 1929. First edition limited to 500 copies, this one of 50 numbered and signed by the author (copy no. 40), 8vo, pp. , 241, ; original black cloth; shadow on endpapers, flyleaf spotted, very good, in a near fine, price-clipped dust jacket. This copy with a....
Glasgow: Jackson, Son & Co., 1945. First edition, 8vo, pp. 23-; very good or better in original printed brown wrappers. Forster (1879-1970) is best known as the novelist who wrote Howard's End and A Passage to India.
New York: Viking, . First edition, 8vo., jacket spine slightly sunned, else fine. Signed by author.
New York: Viking, . First edition, 8vo., small price sticker on rear jacket panel, else fine.
Boston: Little, Brown, . First American edition (preceding the London edition), fine copy in the dust-jacket.