Fisher Dust Jacket
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black and white interior illustrations by Harrison Fisher
& DUNLAP. Early Reprint, 1906, 434 pages
is one of those noteworthy occasions where the Reprint Edition
is a much more beautiful book overall than the First Edition (in
my opinion). The First has a tiny face on the cover, not
beautifully colored as this Reprint one is, and it's about 5
times smaller. You didn't get this beautiful color drawing on
the inside of the First edition either. (All the
illustrations inside were also black and white, though the first
edition had 5 instead of 3). Even the first edition dust
jacket was simply plain brown paper and text.)
NEW FACSIMILE copy
of the very scarce jacket with Harrison Fisher artwork, which
sold with this early reprint edition, made from a scan of an
original in very good condition, printed on one sheet of
acid-free paper by an archival inkjet printer (80 yr. inks), and
preserved in archival plastic.
This is one of the most
beautiful of the Harrison Fisher Dust Jackets I've worked on.
The coloring is simply lovely—and this jacket would look great
on the first edition of this book, as well as the reprint.
will happen when the buoyant, high-spirited and keen-witted
young man of family awakes and realizes that he is tied for life
to a mere piece of beautiful flesh? Mrs. Winters answers this
query in her own way—clever , cheerful, vital, and
distinguished. It is an unusual story in its plot and striking
in the skill with which the themes are worked out. It is a gem
among novels, and a flower in the garden of fiction.”--The
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