For Whom the Bell Tolls

By (author)Ernest Hemingway

La prima edizione riporta una “A” nella pagina del copyright. Non sembra fosse presente lo logo dell’editore nella medesima pagina, come per altre prime edizioni dello stesso periodo.

La quarta di copertina della prima tiratura non ha attribuzione della foto di Hemingway (dalla seconda tiratura è indicato “Photograph by Arnold – Sun Valley”). Il costo indicato nella seconda di copertina è $2,75.


Copie in vendita

25 gennaio 2022

Buone condizioni. HEMINGWAY, Ernest (Oak Park, 1899-Ketchum, 1961), For Whom The Bell Tolls New York Charles Scribner’s Sons Prima edizione (First Edition, first printing) Prima edizione siglata con la lettera “A” dell’editore al colophon, completo della sovraccoperta in prima tiratura che non accreditava il nome del fotografo per il ritratto di Hemingway sul retro / First edition, first printing, with the Scribner’s “A” to colophon, and in the first issue jacket without the photographer’s credit 8vo, pp. 472, Rilegato tela, sovracoperta (cloth, dust jacket) Sovracoperta restaurata professionalmente (Euro 1100) – adeleclara (libreriamarini)

Scribners, 1931. For a condition report of this listing, please view our item description and photos below. Please contact us with any inquiries or questions. Description: Hemingway, Ernest ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls.’ Scribners, 1940. 1st Edition, First printing. “A” after copyright. Hardback tan cloth cover w/ black lettering and red stripes. 471pp. Weight 1.75 pounds 8.5″x6″x1.625″ Measures Approx. 8.5″x6″x1.625″ Condition: Very good condition, some shelf wear, lightly sunned spine and top edge of cover. Some tanning to pages, a few pages with darkened spots. (Euro 660) – amphora_art_antiques

Charles Scribners Sons, New York, 1935. First Edition, First Printing with the publisher’s “A” printed on the copyright page. This ORIGINAL First issue dustjacket has the publisher’s $2.75 printed price present on the front flap with minor wear to the spine and edges. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight with minor wear to the boards. The pages are clean with with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy in collector’s condition. (Euro 3.183) – Quintessential Rare Books, LLC

Charles Scribner, New York, 1940. Good condition. Clean text, some breaks in the spine. Ownership marks on the FEP. No photographs within the text, Hemingway photo on back of cover. The d.j has edge wear, small chips, creasing. Deckle edges, some edge wear and foxing. Size: 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall (Euro 1.364) – Lowry’s Books

NY; Scribners; 1940;. 1st edition; VG/VG in 1st state DJ (without the photographers name on rear panel) with shallow chips to head of spine and corners, a few small closed tears, not price-clipped and without the usual fading to spine; there are two numbers in ink on book’s rear pastedown. overall a nice, quite presentable copy (Euro 1.182) – Walt Barrie Rare Book

Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1940. First edition with the Scribners A of the novel that is regarded as one of Hemingway’s best works. Octavo, original beige cloth. Fine in a very good first issue dust jacket without the photographer’s name on the rear panel. With a memorandum notecard from Ernest Hemingway laid in. For Whom the Bell Tolls combines two of Hemingway’s recurring obsessions: war and personal honor. “This is the best book Ernest Hemingway has written, the fullest, the deepest, the truest. It will, I think, be one of the major novels of American literature Hemingway has struck universal chords, and he has struck them vibrantly” (J. Donald Adams). It was the basis for the 1943 film directed by Sam Wood, starring Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman. It was nominated for nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Actress; however, only the Greek actress Katina Paxinou won an Oscar for her portrayal of Pilar (Euro 1.106) – Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB







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