The first edition of this great read was published by Random House in 1960. It was 507 pages long, and the original retail price was $5.95 . The first edition identification criteria are as follows: First Printing is stated on the copyright page. The book title on title page is in red text. The book is bound in black cloth with red top stain.
Picture of the 1960 first edition dust jacket for Set This House On Fire.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for Set This House On Fire.
Picture of dust jacket where original $5.95 price is found for Set This House On Fire.
Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Set This House On Fire.
We have noticed that the Random House logo is red-ish on the first edition dust jackets we have handled, while it looks orange on later printing jackets. The later printing jackets are otherwise identical to the first printing jackets.
Use the pre-filled links below to find the market value of Set This House On Fire. Remember that the dust jacket is an important part of any book, and so books without their original dust jackets typically have less value.
Popular on FEdPo:
Disclaimer: This website is intended to help guide you and give you insight into what to look for when identifying first editions. The information is compiled from the experience of reputable collectors and dealers in the industry. Gathering and updating information about these books is more an art than a science, and new identication criteria and points of issue are sometimes discovered that may contradict currently accepted identification points. This means that the information presented here may not always be 100% accurate. If you spot a mistake, drop us an e-mail and we will do our best to investigate and correct it.