Lot 82 of 455:
Two Hemingway 1st Editions on the Spanish Civil War  

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Two Volumes by Ernest Hemingway

Hemingway, Ernest

New York

Charles Scribner's Sons

Various dates


2 volumes. (8vo), colored cloth-backed boards, lettering in gilt or black, in original dust jackets. First Editions.

Includes two works by Hemingway concerning the Spanish Civil War:

  • For Whom the Bell Tolls. 1940. (Jacket extensively repaired with tape on the interior, flaking and wear with loss around edges and ends of spine; good)
  • The Fifth Column - and four unpublished stories of the Spanish Civil War. 1969. (Jacket shows touches of wear, else fine; volume spine has slight lean)

Lot Amendments

Faint wear and rubbing to cloth boards; textblocks slightly toned with occasional foxing; overall near fine volumes with very good or better jackets.

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