HEMINGWAY, ERNEST | Group of 13 First Editions
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST | Group of 13 First Editions
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST | Group of 13 First Editions
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HEMINGWAY, ERNEST | Group of 13 First Editions

Estimate: 500 - 700 USD

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST | Group of 13 First Editions

Estimate: 500 - 700 USD

Lot Sold:16,250USD
(27 bids, reserve met)

Description

Property from a Florida Collector

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST 

Group of 13 First Editions


Death in the Afternoon. New York: 1932. Advance copy with slips. - Winner Take Nothing. New York: 1933. Jacket with Stallings review. - God Rest You Merry Gentlemen. New York: 1933. Unsupressed issue. - To Have and Have Not. New York: 1937. - Green Hills of Africa. New York: 1935. Jacket with wide green band. - The Spanish Earth. New York: 1938. 1st and 2nd issues in cloth case. - The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories. New York: 1938. - For Whom the Bell Tolls. New York: 1940. - Another copy. Bound in red morocco. - The Old Man and the Sea. New York: 1952. First issue jacket. - A Moveable Feast. New York: 1964. - The Nick Adams Stories. New York: 1932. [With:] Cohn. A Bibliography of the Works of Ernest Hemingway. New York: 1931. 426 of 500 copies. All in jacket where called for; jackets with light to moderate edge wear and some spine fading to Green Hills; The Old Man and the Sea is near fine.


First editions. 

Condition Report

Condition as described in catalogue entry.


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HEMINGWAY, ERNEST | Group of 13 First Editions
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST | Group of 13 First Editions
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