London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
WODEHOUSE, P. G. (1881-1975). Very Good Jeeves. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1930. 8°. Half title, 8-pages of publisher's advertisements at the end. Original orange cloth ruled and lettered in black, later issue dust-jacket (repaired at head and foot of backstrip, some fraying and rubbing).
With 14 other books by the same author including Mulliner Nights (London, 1933, later issue dust-jacket), The Luck of the Bodkins (London, 1935, later issue dust-jacket) and Pearls, Girls and Monty Bodkin (London, 1972, dust-jacket), all FIRST EDITIONS. (15)
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