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First editions, a guide to identification
|Statement||edited by Edward N. Zempel and Linda A. Verkler.|
|Contributions||Zempel, Edward N., Verkler, Linda A.|
|LC Classifications||Z1033.F53 F57 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 307 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||89183425|
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Free searchable database of first edition Pulitzer Prize for Fiction books. Includes images and points of issue to assist collectors in the identification of first editions.
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Seuss. Cliff is currently working on a compilation of the first edition identification points for the 'I Can Read' series published by Harper. Bill McBride’s Pocket Guide to the Identification of First Editions details the methods over 4, different publishers use to identify their first editions.
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Find first edition books. first Impression • first Issue • first printing. In the world of book collecting, a first edition is generally considered to be the first appearance of a work, in its first printing. At first this can become somewhat confusing because when a book becomes very popular and is often re-printed many times over a number.
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According to him, the only surefire way to properly identify editions and printings is using a guide. And apparently the best of these guides is Edward Zempel’s First Editions: A Guide to Identification, which contains listings by publisher and for assessing the value of your books.
I have seen massive volumes dedicated to pricing. Archibald Constable and Co, Edinburgh, First Editions, First Printings with page of vol. I misnumbered and all Half titles present in each book. The author's advertisements leaf is present in volume 1 with the three page publisher's catalogue at the end of volume 3.
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