First Edition Points and Criteria for The Mammoth Hunters

Year Published: 1985
Author Last Name: Auel
Author First Name: Jean
Publisher: Crown
Original Price: $19.95
Pages: 645

The first edition of this great read was published by Crown in 1985. It was 645 pages long, and the original retail price was $19.95. The first edition identification criteria are as follows: First Edition is stated under "10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1" number line on copyright page. Brick-colored boards with off-white spine.

Picture of the 1985 first edition dust jacket for The Mammoth Hunters.
Picture of the 1985 first edition dust jacket for The Mammoth Hunters.

Identification picture of The Mammoth Hunters.

Identification picture of The Mammoth Hunters.

Identification picture of The Mammoth Hunters.

Identification picture of The Mammoth Hunters.

The author signed this first edition title page from The Mammoth Hunters.
The author signed this first edition title page from The Mammoth Hunters.

This is the back dust jacket flap from The Mammoth Hunters.
This is the back dust jacket flap from The Mammoth Hunters.

The dust jacket on the left is from a first printing of The Mammoth Hunters.  It has no
The dust jacket on the left is from a first printing of The Mammoth Hunters. It has no bar codes where the ISBN is located. The dust jacket on the right is from a third printing. Notice the addition of bar codes.

The book on the left is a first printing of The Mammoth Hunters.  The ISBN is printed
The book on the left is a first printing of The Mammoth Hunters. The ISBN is printed horizontally on the back. The book on the right is a third printing. Notice that the ISBN is printed vertically.

The back dust jacket flap on the left is from a first printing of The Mammoth Hunters.
The back dust jacket flap on the left is from a first printing of The Mammoth Hunters. Crown Publisher's address is One Park Avenue. The back dust jacket flap on the right is from a third printing. Notice that the publisher's address has changed to 201 East 50th Street.



Other first edition points for books by Jean Auel include: The Clan of the Cave Bear, The Valley of the Horses, The Plains of Passage, The Shelters of Stone.

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