First Edition is stated on the bottom of the copyright page. Presidential books are one of the few cases where personalized copies are preferred because it minimizes the chance that the book is signed with autopen. Of course the personalization must also by the president's own hand. Signed first editions (not autopen and not book plate) range in value from $125 to $1,500.
Picture of the 1962 first edition dust jacket for Six Crises.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for Six Crises.
Picture of dust jacket where original $5.95 price is found for Six Crises.
Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Six Crises.
Some first edition copies of Six Crises have an autopen signature on the first blank fly leaf like the one in this photo.
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