kamins at ModernLib.com
Fri Aug 10 14:44:46 EDT 2007
On Aug 10, 2007, at 11:31 AM, Ron Holl wrote:
> I think what matters is what the earliest DJ type is known for a
> For example, Ah! Wilderness first edition books can be found in
> both k and l dj types. The 'k' dj is considered to be the first.
> Same with Michelangelo. You need the l' dj on the first edition
> book to truly have a first.
Right. But let's say that the earliest book reported has a j dust
jacket. BUT the earliest book reported is NOT A FIRST. How do we know
what the style of the unreported 1st edition?
> I can't imagine a later dj type being used on the very first first
> edition; then switching to an earlier dj for later printings.
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