Fine. Leather bound, Accented in 22kt gold. Printed on archival paper with gilded edges. The endsheets are of moire fabric with a silk ribbon page marker. Smyth sewing and concealed muslin joints. This book is in full leather with hubbed spines. A Limited Edition. Oxford Library of the World's Great Books. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; All domestic orders shipped protected in a Box.
1922 1st/1st The Beautiful & Damned F Scott Fitzgerald Jazz Age America CLASSIC “Here's to alcohol, the rose-colored glasses of life.” ― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Beautiful and Damned ‘The Beautiful and Damned’ was F. Scott Fitzgerald second novel and was written as a survey of American society during the Jazz age. It follows characters through their struggle with love, money, and role in society. And while it is not nearly as famous as Fitzgerald’s ‘The Great Gatsby’, ‘Beautiful and Damned’ is s
Selected by Dorothy Parker. Introduction by John O'Hara. 16mo. Light brown cloth with blue lettering. xix, 835pp. Very good. Minor and mild binding edgewear, else tight and internally fine. Wonderfully tight and nice first edition of the 14th volume in the noted "Viking Portable" series, begun in 1943. This copy bears inked ownership signature on front flyleaf of "Stevenson" -- Adlai E. Stevenson II (1900-65), that is, Illinois governor and two-time presidential candidate. This Fitzgerald compil
Complete 5 volume set. Minor shelf and handling wear, overall a clean solid copy with minimal signs of use. Includes additional volume The Stories. Cloth covered boards in good condition. Tight binding. Lightly foxed page edges. Clean text blocks. Secure packaging for safe delivery.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922. First edition, inscription and signature by Fitzgerald on the front blank, copyright page marked with Scribner's seal and "Published September, 1922", page 232, line six, with "and", blue-green publisher's cloth binding, gilt lettered spine, blind stamped cover, 317 pages, 7-5/8 x 5-3/8 in.
Good Clean Condition Book. Very Good: a copy that has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day.
A first edition, second state with appropriate corrections of The Great Gatsby: "Echolalia" for "Chatter" on page 60, "Southern" for "Northern" on page 119, "Sickantired" for "Sickintred" on page 205, and "Union Station" for "Union Street Station" on page 211. Original green boards with imprinted lettering. Spine is faded and stained. Light bumping on lower front corner. Light wear to the spine ends and extremities. The rear end paper has been removed. Signature on the front free page, "Virginia
53. Fitzgerald, F. Scott. Typed letter signed ("F. Scott Fitzgerald"), 1 page (8.5 x 11 in.; 216 x 279 mm.), on MGM letterhead stationery, 14 April 1938. Two file folder punch holes in upper margin. Fine condition. The letter, from MGM to Fitzgerald regarding his employment with the studio, reads in part: Dear Mr. Fitzgerald: As requested by you, commencing on March 28, 1938 and continuing up to and including April 3, 1938...you were deemed to be laid off without pay in accordance with paragraph
52. Fitzgerald, F. Scott. Autograph letter signed ("F. Scott Fitzgerald"), 1 page (8.5 x 11 in.; 216 x 279 mm.), St. Paul, Minnesota, 15 February 1922, to Lucy Norval. Comes with original transmittal envelope addressed in Fitzgerald's hand, "Miss Lucy Norval, Radisson Hotel, Minneapolis Minn." Another hand has crossed out the address and written "c/o McKesson & Robbins, 91 Fulton St., N.Y.C., NY". Small tears on left and bottom margins, not affecting text; slight weakening at folds. Fitzgerald w
Vintage original 9 1/2 x 7 1/2" black-and-white borderless photo, USA. F. Scott Fitzgerald's career took off immediately after Scribners' very successful launch in 1920 of his first novel, THIS SIDE OF PARADISE. He was also writing numerous short stories, which were finding ready publication in various mainstream magazines. As a result, Hollywood immediately beckoned, and three films were produced in 1920 and 1921, all adapted from Fitzgerald stories: THE CHORUS GIRL'S ROMANCE and THE HUSBAND HU
Please see any and all photos connected with this listing. No Dustjacket. A bit scuffed but all pages intact and legible. Good reading copy. Clean. No store stamps. --- --- Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald was an American novelist and the wife of writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. She was an icon of the 1920s---dubbed by her husband "the first American Flapper". . .
8vo, 431pp; red cloth. The third volume of a trilogy by Cournos, a neglected modernist who was a friend and peer to his better known contemporaries James Joyce, Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot et al. This edition is exceedingly scarce in the original dust jacket, which features a blurb written by F.Scott Fitzgerald. It was the first of only five that Fitzgerald provided to publishers (Bruccoli G1) appearing here at about the same time as his novel The Beautiful and Damned. Small ink spot to foredge; fain
Vintage original 8 x 10" (20 x 25 cm.) black-and-white double weight glossy silver gelatin print still photos, USA. Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, Mary Boland, Paulette Goddard, Joan Fontaine, Phyllis Povah, Virginia Weidler, Lucile Watson, Marjorie Main, dir: George Cukor: MGM. One of the most famous films of the 1930s with the wittiest of scripts and dialogue. F. Scott Fitzgerald contributed to the script based on Clare Booth Luce's Broadway play. Superb in every respect, the
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" 1944-50; Vol. I:1 through Vol. III:4. Eleven issues (complete), including one double number. 44-48pp., with saddle-stapled pictorial wraps. Light shelfwearr, else a Very Good set of the first three volumes of this influencial journal. Interim was founded by poet Wilber Stevens in 1944. In his tenure as editor, he published such luminaries as William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Henry Miller, and William Carlos Williams. These issues feature poetry by Carolyn Kizer (early w
Exhibition catalogue. Twenty four inscribed copies - description and background with image of the inscription on the facing page - which had belonged to Harriet Shaw Weaver, Sylvia Beach, Margaret Anderson, Ezra Pound. F.Scott Fitzgerald, Harry and Caresse Crosby etc. Original blue cloth stamped in gold. Fine as issued without dustwrapper.
Lola - this painting from Guusje is surely the archetypal vamp! A very large & imposing painting but with an eye for detail that betrays the size of the piece and harks back to the romantic world of F Scott Fitzgerald. Oil on canvas Contemporary Oil Painting Figurative Figurative Interior Design Large Works Gallery Favourites
Some like it haute: There is nowhere else like the French Riviera. Glamour, style and its legendary history make this a destination of dreams and an artist’s delight. Despite its reputation for glitz and glamour, the Riviera boasts an unmatched cultural richness and vibrancy, inspiring artists from F. Scott Fitzgerald to Picasso. With the Alps playing bodyguard against inland winds and the sultry Mediterranean warming the breezes, the French Riviera is pampered by an almost tropical climate. Her
Full leather binding with gilt-stamped decoration. All pages gilt. 159pp. Ribbon marker bound in. Unmarked Easton Press bookplate laid in. Very Good copy with some dampstaining to lower edge of endpapers, a slight bit of rubbing to gilt page edges, and paperclip indents to first couple. A flawed but attractive copy Size: 8vo - 8" - 9" Tall
Fitzgerald's only published dramatic work. The first edition, published by Charles Scribners and Sons in 1923. Bound in the dark green textured cloth that Scribners used for all of Fitzgerald's books. A very attractive, unworn copy. Near fine with a few light spots to the top edge and along the fore edge. Dulling to the gold spine lettering.
Full leather binding with gilt-stamped decoration. All pages gilt. 349pp. Illustrations. Ribbon marker bound in. Crisp, unmarked Easton Press bookplate laid in. Near Fine copy with some rubbing to gilt page edges, and paperclip indents to front flyleaf. Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" Tall
The First Edition Library - FEL /Otto Penzler Books, Shelton, CT. 1996. Cloth hardcover. Book Condition: As new. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. An attractive facsimile of the first edition, issued in a facsimile dust jacket and an attractive matching slipcase. An As New copy in an As New dust jacket with a Very Fine slipcase. This entire series --I think that it was about 60-70 books--is now out of print. Facsimile edition of the 1934 Scribner's first edition. Book is 7-1/2" tall; 408 numbered p
Full leather binding with gilt-stamped decoration. All pages gilt. 255pp. Illustrations. Ribbon marker bound in. Crisp, unmarked Easton Press bookplate laid in. Very Good copy with pale dampstaining to front endpapers, some rubbing to gilt page edges, and paperclip indents to front flyleaf. A nice but flawed copy. Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" Tall
First edition. Six volumes. 8vo. Publisher's red cloth, gilt lettered to spines, dust jackets, not price clipped. Some tanning to the jacket spines, a little wear to that of volume I and a small loss to that of volume V, a few light marks to the covers of volumes I and II, a very good set overall. Volume I with an essay by J.B. Priestley; volumes V and VI (the short stories) selected and introduced by Malcolm Cowley.
the first, commencing "Oh papa - | My papa -", 16 lines in four quatrains, with autograph dedication "For Mary MacArthur", signed and dated 13 February 1931; the second, written on the verso, entitled "Addenda (seven years later)" and commencing "What shall I do with this bundle of stuff", 24 lines in three stanzas, signed and dated Nyack, [New York], 1937; green ink, 2 pages, small 4to (206 x 175 mm), rough edge on one side, a few very small and light stains and fingerprints
Octavo. Original dark green cloth, gilt lettered spine, blind lettered front board, top edge trimmed, others uncut. Internally nice and fresh, some rubbing to spine tips, minor bump to top of spine panel. A very good copy. First edition, first printing, first state of the text: with "chatter" on p. 60, line 16, "northern" on p. 119, line 22, "it's" on p. 165, line 16, "away" on p. 165, line 29, "sick in tired" on p. 205, lines 9-10, and "Union Street station" on p. 211, lines 7-8. Bruccoli A11.I