The true first was a signed limited edition housed in publisher slipcase. Below is the first trade edition which has no statements of subsequent printings on the copyright page. Dust jacket has photo of president Truman and text written by Truman. Dust jacket price is $5.00. A signed copy of the first trade edition ranges in value from $475 to $1,800. The signed limited edition is valued slightly higher than the signed first trade edition, while a signed second printing is valued slightly lower.
This is the 1960 first trade edition dust jacket for Mr. Citizen.
This is the copyright page from the first trade edition of Mr. Citizen.
The $5.00 price is on the bottom of the front flap of the first trade edition of Mr. Citizen.
This is the back dust jacket for the first trade edition of Mr. Citizen.
President Truman's signature on the first trade edition.
President Truman's signature from the limited first edition.
The limited first edition.
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