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A Farewell to Arms. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929
8vo (9 x 6 in.; 230 x 152 mm). Publisher's vellum-backed paper boards with vellum corners, gilt-titled black morocco spine label, original card slipcase with printed paper limitation label; a fine copy, the slipcase with usual wear, fading and minor corner splits.
A fine copy of the signed limited edition. Number 195 of 510 copies; Hemingway's only signed limited issue. Hanneman notes that it was published with the trade edition, 27 September, 1929.
Grissom A.8.1.a2; Hanneman A8(b); Connolly The Modern Movement 60
Condition as described in catalogue entry.
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