Property from a Florida Collector
FITZGERALD, F. SCOTT
Group of Six First Editions
This Side of Paradise. New York; 1920. Author's Apology Edition. Signed by Fitzgerald. Almost imperceptible rubbing to spine ends. Bruccoli A.5.1.c. - Tales of the Jazz Age. New York: 1922. Spine gilt dulled. A.9.1.a. - The Vegetable. New York: 1923. Gilt faded. A.10.1.a. - The Great Gatsby. New York: 1925. First Issue. Hinges weak and just a trace of rubbing to spine ends. A.11.1.a. - All The Sad Young Men. New York: 1926. A.13.1.a. - Tender is the Night. New York: 1934. All 8vo. All Publisher's gilt-stamped green cloth; but for the minor issues mentioned, clean and tight copies, obviously lacking jackets. A.15.1.a.
First editions including an attractive Gatsby.
Condition as described in catalogue entry.
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