"First Edition" is stated on bottom of copyright page. Price on dust jacket is $5.75 is present, but a higher price has been blacked-out, apparenly as a correction during the printing process. This may be a first edition point. Later printings have the $5.75 price without the blacked-out price, which leads us to conclude that the higher price was a mistake.
Picture of the 1959 first edition dust jacket for Advise and Consent.
This copy has a blacked out price of $6.50 between the "A.A.C." and the $5.75 price. It looks like it was done as a correction by the printer. We suspect it may be a first edition point. Comments are welcome.
This is a review slip from an Advance Bookseller's Copy of Advise and Consent. Photo is courtesy of James Cahill/Quintessential Rare Books, LLC
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