[ModLib] Fw: First edition points for Pepys
kamins at ModernLib.com
Tue Feb 19 21:47:17 EST 2008
On Feb 19, 2008, at 6:11 PM, John Wolansky wrote:
> I think the “First Modern Library Edition” on the price guide
> question can be answered by looking at page 12 of Toledano, where
> Henry indicates B&L’s did not have FMLE on the copyright page. I
> would not be surprised if Scott corrected the site by the time you
> read this.
Quite so. ModernLib is clearly in error.
When I created that note I was clearly insane.
Through the miracle of modern Psychiatric medicine and a decent HTML
editor, both conditions have been greatly improved.
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> From: JOHN PETERSON
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> Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 6:25 PM
> Subject: First edition points for Pepys
> I have two copies of #103.1 Pepys' Diary in Binding #2. They are
> identical, except one has a catalogue in back and one doesn't. The
> one with a catalogue says that it includes "those published in the
> fall of nineteen hundred and twenty-one." However there are several
> titles in the catalogue that are listed by Toledano as coming out in
> '22, e.g., Anderson and Lawrence. I'm guessing that either the one
> with no catalogue is a first, or neither of them are firsts. Scot's
> website first edition points for this title seems to indicate that a
> first should say "First Modern Library Edition," but the Price Guide
> has no First Edition point listed. Anyone know the real answer?
> John Peterson
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