This is a near fine copy of the stated first edition of Edward Albee’s most noted play, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” (242 pages), published by Atheneum in 1962, and signed by the playwright on the half title page.
The dust jacket, under mylar (removed for the photo), has light sunning to its borders, and shallow edge wear, including one top edge tear, but no long tears, and no notable fade to the lettering or photo. The price ($5.00) is not clipped. The cover (app.5.5″ x8.5″), black cloth background, gilt lettering to the spine, blind embossed author’s name to the front, has no flaws.
There are no stains, tears or creases. There is no fade to the lettering. There is no looseness to the connection. The only internal flaws are shallow creases to the outer edges of a few pages, and edge roughness, presumably a trimming flaw, to the bottom edges of 4 pages.
There are no stains to any edges, no fade to the red-dyed top edges. The page faces are uniformly clean, with no stains or scuffs, and no fade to the lettering.The binding is tight throughout.
The only writing is the author’s signature. There are no stamps or other attachments.
The accompanying photos are accurate reflections of the book conditions.
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