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  1. First edition, first printing; 8vo; publisher's beige cloth, decoration to boards and and titles to spine in brown, pictorial endpapers, yellow topstain, pictorial dust-jacket, a little rubbed and tanned, somewhat sunned at the spine; this is the correct state with, 'FIRST EDITION' on the front flap and with the $2.75 price extant, spotting to fore-edges but a very good copy; 619pp

  2. First edition, first printing (with 'Published May, 1936' on copyright page); 8vo; publisher's grey cloth, titles to upper board and spine in blue, mustard yellow topstain, first issue dust-jacket (with rear panel headed 'Macmillan Spring Novels' listing Gone With The Wind as the second title in the second column), publisher's printed '$3.00' price present on the lower part of upper flap, minimally rubbed with a short, very slightly ragged tear at one fold, housed in a brown cloth, solander box, a very good example of one of the cornerstones of twentieth-century American literature.

  3. First UK edition, first impression; 8vo; publisher's blue boards, titles to spine in silver, some typical, minor spotting to fore edges and end leaves, dust-jacket with a single minor tear on the bottom edge, otherwise a sharp copy.

  4. First edition, first impression; 8vo; inscribed by the author on title page; original quarter blue cloth with lighter blue boards, titles in gilt to spine, with the dust jacket. Housed in a blue cloth slipcase with chemise; a superb copy in the dust jacket.

  5. First edition, first printing; 8vo; publisher's red cloth, dust-jacket with artwork by Mozelle Thompson, an excellent copy.

  6. First edition, first printing, review copy with ink stamp and publisher's ink note to title; 8vo; publisher's red cloth, a fine copy, dust-jacket, minor superficial rubbing to one corner and spine ends, but overall a fine example.

  7. First editions, first printings, each signed by the author on the title-page; 4 vols, 8vo; minor spotting to terminal leaves of third vol., overall internally fine; publisher's cloth-backed boards or cloth, dust-jackets, slight edge-wear around spine of first vol., second vol. price-clipped, otherwise all near fine to fine; presented in 2 matching cloth drop-back boxes lettered & ruled in gilt.

  8. First edition, first printing; 8vo; previous owner's initials to front free endpaper, last leaf with chip to fore-edge from clumsy opening presumably at time of publication, overall internally fine; publisher's grey cloth, slightly sunned at spine ends and corner tips, dust-jacket by Fred Uhlman, slight wear to fore-corners of front panel and spine ends, overall a very good, bright example.

  9. First edition, 8vo; slight age-toning, bookplate to upper pastedown, else fine; publisher's black cloth gilt, geometric design to upper cover, printed dust-jacket, the upper panel bisected into boxes containing appraisals of the author's literary skills and the rear one with reviews of this title from literary luminaries such as Ford Madox Ford, John Dos Passos and Waldo Frank, some age-darkening, more so to spine, chipped on corners and spine-ends with short split to inner edge of upper panel, otherwise in a remarkably good and original state; [1-15], 16-214, [215, blank] pp.

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