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The Weary Blues

By Hughes, Langston

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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

New York: Knopf. Good+. 1929. Green cloth, much soil on the front cover lower half, sm wear to spine ends, spine lettering slightly dulled . Photo on request ; light wear to cloth, 109 pp, paper .

  • Published: 1929
  • Condition: Good+
Sold by: T. A. Borden Books
$150.00
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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

NY: Knopf, 1926 Presumed 1st edition, NAP. Brown paper-clad boards with black spine. Sharp edges are worn, corners bumped, prior owner's name, some scattered foxing. Newspaper article re: Hughes is laid in. A scarce book of poetry by one of America's early black poets in fair to good condition..

  • Published: 1926
Sold by: Banks Books & Etc.
$175.00
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Weary Blues, the

Hughes, Langston

New York: Knopf, 1926. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st edn, 2nd printing (one month later0, blue cloth spine, minor soiling else VG. His first book..

  • Published: 1926
  • Condition: Very Good
Sold by: BohemianBookworm
$285.00
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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

1st ed. The poet's' first book. Very good with spine lettering faded as is common with this book. Missing the jacket.

  • Published: 1926.
Sold by: G. Curwen Books
$300.00
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The Weary Blues

Langston Hughes

Alfred A. Knopf, 1931-01-01. Sixth Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Signed. Signed and inscribed by author. Light wear to the boards. Light wear to the corners. Spine is in excellent condition. Binding tight and square. The original DJ is missing. Signed, "For Virginia Hannon. On her birthday. Best wishes, Sincerely, Langston Hughes" Two hand written poems are in the margins author unknown. Please see the picture of the actual book!

  • Published: 1931-01-01
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Edition: Sixth Printing
Sold by: First Coast Books LLC
$352.55
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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

New York, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.. 1931. Hardcover. VG+, spine cloth frayed at top edge, minor edge wear; INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on the ffep to Edith Brown, dated May 9, 1932. Nice copy, clean, no markings; 1931 Cheaper Ed. ; Yellow cloth; 12mo; No DJ; Signed by Author .

  • Published: 1931
Sold by: Optical Insights, IOBA
$400.00
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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

Knopf, 1945. Book. Very Good+. Hardcover. Inscribed by Author(s). 10th printing. Inscribed by Hughes in on front endpaper. After the inscription he wrote" Marion October 30, 1945" Couple tiny chips and short tears to jacket..

  • Published: 1945
  • Condition: Very Good+
Sold by: Jay W. Nelson, Bookseller
$425.00
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The Weary Blues

Langston Hughes

New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1939. 8th printing. hardcover. Very Good/Good-. 12mo, green cloth binding, DJ is worn with 1/2" chips missing on edges, Inscribed by Langston Hughes on the front endpaper, pages tanning around the edges, poetry, 109 pages

  • Published: 1939
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Edition: 8th printing
Sold by: Stone Soup Books
$450.00
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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

New York: Knopf, 1945. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. With an introduction by Carl Van Vechten. Hughes's most famous book, with the original jacket design by Miguel Covarrubias. A later printing (10th - 1945), but nicely inscribed by Hughes to Alain Bosquet, dated New York April 28, 1950. A fine copy in lightly chipped dustwrapper.

  • Published: 1945
  • Condition: Fine
Sold by: Sanctuary Books
$1000.00
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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967

New York: Knopf. 1926. 2nd printing. Hardcover. Fair. 109p. dj. 19cm. Jacket supplied from a World War II printing (Buy War Bonds on rear flap), has light edge-wear and slight fading. Patterned cover boards faded and quite edge-worn. Blue cloth backstrip dulled but cover lettering still legible. Contents sound and clean. INSCRIBED ("Sincerely, Langston Hughes To: ... Indianapolis, April 19, 1926.") . His first book. A difficult book to find with an early inscription by Hughes. While Hughes' signature in this copy is smaller and less fluid than his later signatures, this inscription, dating only three months after the book was first published in January, is one of the earliest we've seen. The first printing consisted of only 1500 copies.

  • Published: 1926
  • Condition: Fair
  • Edition: 2nd printing
Sold by: McBlain Books
$1250.00
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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967

New York: Knopf. 1926. 2nd printing. Hardcover. Fair. 109p. dj. 19cm. Jacket supplied from a World War II printing (Buy War Bonds on rear flap), has light edge-wear and slight fading. Patterned cover boards faded and quite edge-worn. Blue cloth backstrip dulled but cover lettering still legible. Contents sound and clean. INSCRIBED ("Sincerely, Langston Hughes To: ... Indianapolis, April 19, 1926.") . His first book. A difficult book to find with an early inscription by Hughes. While Hughes' signature in this copy is smaller and less fluid than his later signatures, this inscription, dating only three months after the book was first published in January, is one of the earliest we've seen. The first printing consisted of only 1500 copies.

  • Published: 1926
  • Condition: Fair
  • Edition: 2nd printing
Sold by: McBlain Books
$1250.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

New York: Knopf, 1945. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. With an introduction by Carl Van Vechten. Hughes's most famous book, with the original jacket design by Miguel Covarrubias. A later printing (10th - 1945), but nicely inscribed by Hughes to Alain Bosquet, dated New York April 28, 1950. A fine copy in lightly chipped dustwrapper.

  • Published: 1945
  • Condition: Fine
Sold by: Sanctuary Books
$1000.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Langston Hughes

New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1939. 8th printing. hardcover. Very Good/Good-. 12mo, green cloth binding, DJ is worn with 1/2" chips missing on edges, Inscribed by Langston Hughes on the front endpaper, pages tanning around the edges, poetry, 109 pages

  • Published: 1939
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Edition: 8th printing
Sold by: Stone Soup Books
$450.00
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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

Knopf, 1945. Book. Very Good+. Hardcover. Inscribed by Author(s). 10th printing. Inscribed by Hughes in on front endpaper. After the inscription he wrote" Marion October 30, 1945" Couple tiny chips and short tears to jacket..

  • Published: 1945
  • Condition: Very Good+
Sold by: Jay W. Nelson, Bookseller
$425.00
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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

New York, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.. 1931. Hardcover. VG+, spine cloth frayed at top edge, minor edge wear; INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on the ffep to Edith Brown, dated May 9, 1932. Nice copy, clean, no markings; 1931 Cheaper Ed. ; Yellow cloth; 12mo; No DJ; Signed by Author .

  • Published: 1931
Sold by: Optical Insights, IOBA
$400.00
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The Weary Blues

Langston Hughes

Alfred A. Knopf, 1931-01-01. Sixth Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Signed. Signed and inscribed by author. Light wear to the boards. Light wear to the corners. Spine is in excellent condition. Binding tight and square. The original DJ is missing. Signed, "For Virginia Hannon. On her birthday. Best wishes, Sincerely, Langston Hughes" Two hand written poems are in the margins author unknown. Please see the picture of the actual book!

  • Published: 1931-01-01
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Edition: Sixth Printing
Sold by: First Coast Books LLC
$352.55
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The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

1st ed. The poet's' first book. Very good with spine lettering faded as is common with this book. Missing the jacket.

  • Published: 1926.
Sold by: G. Curwen Books
$300.00
Add to cart

Weary Blues, the

Hughes, Langston

New York: Knopf, 1926. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st edn, 2nd printing (one month later0, blue cloth spine, minor soiling else VG. His first book..

  • Published: 1926
  • Condition: Very Good
Sold by: BohemianBookworm
$285.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

NY: Knopf, 1926 Presumed 1st edition, NAP. Brown paper-clad boards with black spine. Sharp edges are worn, corners bumped, prior owner's name, some scattered foxing. Newspaper article re: Hughes is laid in. A scarce book of poetry by one of America's early black poets in fair to good condition..

  • Published: 1926
Sold by: Banks Books & Etc.
$175.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

New York: Knopf. Good+. 1929. Green cloth, much soil on the front cover lower half, sm wear to spine ends, spine lettering slightly dulled . Photo on request ; light wear to cloth, 109 pp, paper .

  • Published: 1929
  • Condition: Good+
Sold by: T. A. Borden Books
$150.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967

New York: Knopf. 1926. 2nd printing. Hardcover. Fair. 109p. dj. 19cm. Jacket supplied from a World War II printing (Buy War Bonds on rear flap), has light edge-wear and slight fading. Patterned cover boards faded and quite edge-worn. Blue cloth backstrip dulled but cover lettering still legible. Contents sound and clean. INSCRIBED ("Sincerely, Langston Hughes To: ... Indianapolis, April 19, 1926.") . His first book. A difficult book to find with an early inscription by Hughes. While Hughes' signature in this copy is smaller and less fluid than his later signatures, this inscription, dating only three months after the book was first published in January, is one of the earliest we've seen. The first printing consisted of only 1500 copies.

  • Published: 1926
  • Condition: Fair
  • Edition: 2nd printing
Sold by: McBlain Books
$1250.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

New York: Knopf, 1945. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. With an introduction by Carl Van Vechten. Hughes's most famous book, with the original jacket design by Miguel Covarrubias. A later printing (10th - 1945), but nicely inscribed by Hughes to Alain Bosquet, dated New York April 28, 1950. A fine copy in lightly chipped dustwrapper.

  • Published: 1945
  • Condition: Fine
Sold by: Sanctuary Books
$1000.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Langston Hughes

New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1939. 8th printing. hardcover. Very Good/Good-. 12mo, green cloth binding, DJ is worn with 1/2" chips missing on edges, Inscribed by Langston Hughes on the front endpaper, pages tanning around the edges, poetry, 109 pages

  • Published: 1939
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Edition: 8th printing
Sold by: Stone Soup Books
$450.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

Knopf, 1945. Book. Very Good+. Hardcover. Inscribed by Author(s). 10th printing. Inscribed by Hughes in on front endpaper. After the inscription he wrote" Marion October 30, 1945" Couple tiny chips and short tears to jacket..

  • Published: 1945
  • Condition: Very Good+
Sold by: Jay W. Nelson, Bookseller
$425.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

New York, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.. 1931. Hardcover. VG+, spine cloth frayed at top edge, minor edge wear; INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on the ffep to Edith Brown, dated May 9, 1932. Nice copy, clean, no markings; 1931 Cheaper Ed. ; Yellow cloth; 12mo; No DJ; Signed by Author .

  • Published: 1931
Sold by: Optical Insights, IOBA
$400.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Langston Hughes

Alfred A. Knopf, 1931-01-01. Sixth Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Signed. Signed and inscribed by author. Light wear to the boards. Light wear to the corners. Spine is in excellent condition. Binding tight and square. The original DJ is missing. Signed, "For Virginia Hannon. On her birthday. Best wishes, Sincerely, Langston Hughes" Two hand written poems are in the margins author unknown. Please see the picture of the actual book!

  • Published: 1931-01-01
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Edition: Sixth Printing
Sold by: First Coast Books LLC
$352.55
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967

New York: Knopf. 1926. 2nd printing. Hardcover. Fair. 109p. dj. 19cm. Jacket supplied from a World War II printing (Buy War Bonds on rear flap), has light edge-wear and slight fading. Patterned cover boards faded and quite edge-worn. Blue cloth backstrip dulled but cover lettering still legible. Contents sound and clean. INSCRIBED ("Sincerely, Langston Hughes To: ... Indianapolis, April 19, 1926.") . His first book. A difficult book to find with an early inscription by Hughes. While Hughes' signature in this copy is smaller and less fluid than his later signatures, this inscription, dating only three months after the book was first published in January, is one of the earliest we've seen. The first printing consisted of only 1500 copies.

  • Published: 1926
  • Condition: Fair
  • Edition: 2nd printing
Sold by: McBlain Books
$1250.00
Add to cart

The Weary Blues

Hughes, Langston

New York: Knopf, 1945. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. With an introduction by Carl Van Vechten. Hughes's most famous book, with the original jacket design by Miguel Covarrubias. A later printing (10th - 1945), but nicely inscribed by Hughes to Alain Bosquet, dated New York April 28, 1950. A fine copy in lightly chipped dustwrapper.

  • Published: 1945
  • Condition: Fine
Sold by: Sanctuary Books
$1000.00
Add to cart