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Tales of the Jazz Age by  F. Scott Fitzgerald - 1st Edition - 1922 - from Quintessential Rare Books, LLC and

Tales of the Jazz Age

by Fitzgerald, F. Scott

Condition: Fine/Fine

First Edition, First issue with "Published September, 1922," the Scribner's seal to the copyright page and "and" for "an" on p. 232 and no type batter throughout. A spectacular copy of the book that is bound in the Publisher's bluish green cloth that appears UNREAD. This ORIGINAL dustjacket has two old horizontal strengthening strips along the length of the jacket verso and upper panel fold, the lower panel fold verso with a later tissue repair, small losses at spine tip touching the "T" in the title, the upper panel with small losses also touching the "T" in the title and the "F" in the author's name, this with a small manuscript infill to the below support, a few other short closed tears. There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A beautiful copy in an unrestored first state dust jacket.

Tales of the Jazz Age is an anthology of nineteen short stories by renowned author F. Scott Fitzgerald, including "The Diamond as Big as the Ritz," "Dice, Brassknuckles and Guitar," and "Love in the Night."


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