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2024 Winter Fine Art, Antiques & Jewelry (Day 1)

Sat, Jan 27, 2024 09:00AM EST
Lot 586

Cormac McCarthy, No Country for Old Men, 1st Edition, Signed

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,200

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NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN, First Edition, First Printing by Cormac McCarthy, published by Alfred A Knopf, New York, 2005. Stated First Edition with no additional printings listed. Presentation copy, warmly inscribed on the half title page to McCarthy's long-time friends, "To John and Lanelle / With much love / Cormac". Fine Book in Fine Dust Jacket; Octavo, black boards with gilt stamped spine, intact jacket with unclipped price of $24.95. 8 3/4" H x 5 3/4" W.


Book w/ slight corner and spine bumping, slight soiling top edge, spot on interior half title page preceding chapter 1; Jacket is unclipped, no tears with slight roughing to top spine and corners.

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Collection of the original giftee, East Tennessee.