First Edition Points and Criteria for Andersonville

Year Published: 1955
Author Last Name: Kantor
Author First Name: MacKinlay
Publisher: World Publishing Company
Original Price: $5.00
Pages: 767

There was an autographed first edition that was "limited to one thousand copies of which five hundred are for private distribution."

The first trade edition has "FIRST EDITION" stated on the copyright page. Value for the first trade ranges from $100 - $150.

Andersonville won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

This is the autographed first edition that was "limited to one thousand copies of which
This is the autographed first edition that was "limited to one thousand copies of which five hundred are for private distribution."

Identification picture of Andersonville.

Identification picture of Andersonville.

Identification picture of Andersonville.

Identification picture of Andersonville.

The photos to the left and below are of the first trade edition.
The photos to the left and below are of the first trade edition.

Identification picture of Andersonville.

Identification picture of Andersonville.

Identification picture of Andersonville.

Identification picture of Andersonville.

Identification picture of Andersonville.

Identification picture of Andersonville.

Identification picture of Andersonville.



Other first edition points for books by MacKinlay Kantor include: Spirit Lake.

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