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Sold for: 2,750 USD
April 2015
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. 1899-1961. A Farewell to Arms. New York: Charles Scribner´s Sons, 1929. Original black cloth with titles on gold paper labels to upper cover and spine, dust jacket. Touch of rubbing
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
A Farewell to Arms (1929)
Sold for: 4,000 USD
April 2015
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. 1899-1961. The Torrents of Spring. New York: Charles Scribner´s Sons, 1926. Original dark green cloth lettered in red, dust jacket. Light edgewear and slight toning to jacket, a few
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
The Torrents of Spring (1926)
Sold for: 2,250 USD
April 2015
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. 1899-1961. Men Without Women. New York: Charles Scribner´s Sons, 1927. Original black cloth with gilt labels printed in black to upper cover and to spine, dust jacket. Some light
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
Men Without Women (1927)
Sold for: 250 USD
April 2012
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. 5 volumes of advance proofs including:Islands in the Stream. [New York: Charles Scribner´s Sons, 1970.] Original comb-bound plain wrappers. UNCORRECTED PROOF. * Another example.
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
Islands in the Stream (1970)
Sold for: 3,250 USD
October 2011
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT, FIRST EDITION, 1937, DUST-JACKET (1 VOL.) 8vo (203 x 132mm.), first edition, original black cloth stamped in gilt and green, dust-jacket, some light browning,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
To Have and Have Not (1937)
Sold for: 4,750 USD
October 2011
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON, FIRST EDITION, 1932 (1 VOL.) 8vo (230 x 160mm.), first edition, coloured frontispiece by Juan Gris and numerous photographic illustrations, original black
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
Death in the Afternoon (1932)
Sold for: 92,500 USD
October 2011
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. THE SUN ALSO RISES, 1926 (1 VOL.) 8vo (190 x 132mm.), first edition, first issue, title-page vignette by Cleonike Damianakes, original black cloth with gold paper labels,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
The Sun Also Rises (1926)
Sold for: 4,000 USD
October 2011
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS, FIRST EDITION, 1940 8vo (211 x 143mm.), first edition, original beige cloth lettered in black, dust-jacket (first state) (name of photographer absent),
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940)
Sold for: 2,500 USD
October 2011
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. WINNER TAKE NOTHING, FIRST EDITION, 1933, DUST-JACKET 8vo (186 x 130mm.), first edition, original black cloth with gold paper labels, dust-jacket, collector´s red cloth chemise and
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
Winner Take Nothing (1933)
Sold for: 25,000 USD
October 2011
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. VOYAGE TO VICTORY. 1944 AN EYE WITNESS REPORT OF THE BATTLE FOR A NORMANDY Voyage to Victory. [New York: Collier´s - The National Weekly, 1944], 8vo (216 x 140mm.), first edition,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 5,000 USD
October 2011
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. IN OUR TIME, 1930, SECOND EDTION, ORIGINAL BLACK CLOTH AND PICTORIAL DUST-JACKET 8vo (187 x 130mm.), second American edition, original black cloth with gold paper labels on spine
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
In Our Time (1925)
Sold for: 1,500 USD
October 2011
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. TWO CHRISTMAS TALES, FIRST EDITION (ONE OF 150 COPIES), 1959 (1 VOL.) 8vo (241 x 160mm.), first edition [one of 150 copies], original blue printed wrappers, sliding chemise and
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 1,875 USD
October 2011
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA, FIRST EDITION, 1952 (1 VOL.) 8vo (205 x 136mm.), first edition, original light blue cloth lettered in silver, dust-jacket (state with photograph in olive,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
The Old Man and the Sea (1952)
Sold for: 11,250 USD
October 2011
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. A FAREWELL TO ARMS, NUMBER 496 OF 510 COPIES, 1929 (1 VOL.) 8vo (230 x 152mm.), number 496 of 510 copies signed by the author, original vellum-backed boards with vellum corners,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
A Farewell to Arms (1929)
Sold for: 500 USD
November 2010
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST God Rest You Merry Gentlemen. New York: House of Books, 1933. One of 300 copies. Publisher´s red-orange cloth with title in gilt. 7 5/8 inches (9 cm); 10 ff. Spine faded as usual,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 3,600 EUR
November 2010
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961) Ecrivain américain, prix Nobel en 1954. Lettre autographe signée « Papa », 2 pages in-4 ; « A bord de l´Ile de France », 29 janvier 1957. Enveloppe autographe. En anglais,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 1,100 GBP
May 2009
Hemingway (Ernest) Men Without Women, first edition , small clean split to front endpapers near hinge, front free endpaper lightly browned and with small closed tear to head, original cloth, gilt,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
Men Without Women (1927)
Sold for: 80 GBP
May 2009
Hemingway (Ernest) A Farewell to Arms, first edition , second issue, with legal disclaimer, booksellers small sticker on front pastedown, original cloth, gilt, slightly dulled spine, 8vo, New York,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
A Farewell to Arms (1929)
Sold for: 110 USD
May 2009
2 vols. Modern First Editions: Hemingway, Ernest. A Farewell to Arms. New York: Charles Scribner´s, 1929. 1st ed., 2nd ptg. 12mo, orig. black cloth, gilt paper cover & spine labels; light edges wear,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
A Farewell to Arms (1929)
Sold for: 1,800 GBP
April 2009
Hemingway (Ernest) A Farewell to Arms, first edition, first issue with publishers seal on © page and no legal disclaimer, signed by the author on preliminary blank p., bookplate on front free
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
A Farewell to Arms (1929)
Sold for: 170 GBP
April 2009
Hemingway (Ernest) The Old Man the Sea, first English edition , 1952; Across the River and into the Trees, first English edition , 1950 § Eliot (T. S.) The Confidential Clerk, 1954 § Tolkien
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
Across the River and into the...
Sold for: 420 GBP
April 2009
Hemingway (Ernest) The Old Man and the Sea, first edition , original cloth, dust-jacket, light creases to spine, minor rubbing, small closed tears to head of spine, overall a very good copy, 8vo, New
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
The Old Man and the Sea (1952)
Sold for: 1,000 USD
February 2009
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Two Christmas Tales. Berkeley, CA: The Hart Press, Christmas 1959. Large 8vo. Pictorial wrapppers, housed in custom chemise. Condition: a lovely copy. first edition. from a limited
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 2,600 USD
January 2009
1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. A Farewell to Arms. New York: Charles Scribner´s Sons, 1929. First edition, #182/510 signed by Hemingway. 8vo, orig. green paper bds., vellum spine & corners, black morocco
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
A Farewell to Arms (1929)
Sold for: 13,750 USD
December 2008
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Autograph letter signed ("Hem"), 3 pages (10 5/8 x 8 1/4 in; 270 x 208 mm) on two sheets, with a line of text by Hemingway at the top of the fourth page, [Paris, n.d.], the original
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 7,500 GBP
November 2008
HEMINGWAY, Ernest (1899-1961). Three Stories & Ten Poems. [Paris:] Robert McAlmon at the Contact Publishing Co., 1923. 8° (179 x 117mm). (Lacks free blank following colophon ie 47). Original
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 400 USD
June 2008
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Typescript for "The Capital of the World." [n.p.]: Air Date December 6, 1953 on TV-Radio Workshop of the Ford Foundation. Unbound (275 x 220 mm). 39 typed pages on blue
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 625 USD
June 2008
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. The Spanish Earth. Cleveland: J.B. Savage Company, 1938. 12o. Illustrated. Original pictorial tan cloth (some minor toning). FIRST EDITION, LIMITED ISSUE, number 429 of
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 10,625 USD
June 2008
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Autograph letter signed ("Ernest Hemingway") to Joseph Mitchell (1908-1996), San Francisco de Paula, Cuba, 20 August 1952. 1 page, 4to, Finca Vigia stationery, WITH AUTOGRAPH
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 800 USD
June 2008
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Three First Editions. Including: Winner Take Nothing. New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1933. 8vo. Publisher´s black cloth, gilt labels to spine and upper cover, dust jacket.
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
Winner Take Nothing (1933)
Sold for: 40 USD
January 2008
1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. Death in The Afternoon. New York: Scribner´s, 1932. First edition. Lg. 8vo, orig. black cloth; moderately scuffed & dusty. Lacking d/j. Hanneman 10a
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
Death in the Afternoon (1932)
Sold for: 100 USD
January 2008
1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. A Farewell To Arms. New York: Scribner´s, 1929. First edition, second printing. 12mo, orig. black cloth, gold paper labels; edge wear, labels scuffed, front hinge slightly
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
A Farewell to Arms (1929)
Sold for: 1,125 USD
December 2007
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. God Rest You Merry Gentlemen. New York: House of Books, 1933. 8o. Title printed in red and black. Original red cloth (minor fading to spine). FIRST EDITION, LIMITED ISSUE
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 2,250 USD
December 2007
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. The Spanish Earth. Cleveland: J.B. Savage Company, 1938. 12o. Illustrated. Original pictorial tan cloth. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE (between 50 and 100 copies) with
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 10,000 USD
December 2007
HEMINGWAY, Ernest (1899-1961). Autograph letter signed ("Ernest"), to Charles P. Thompson, n.d. [ca. 1948]. 6 pages, lacking first page, surviving pages numbered "2" through "6", the sixth page
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 6,250 USD
December 2007
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. For Whom the Bell Tolls. New York: Charles Scribner´s Sons, 1940. 8o. Original beige cloth; pictorial dust jacket; cloth folding case. FIRST EDITION. A VERY FINE COPY.
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940)
Sold for: 3,250 USD
December 2007
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Winner Take Nothing. New York: Charles Scribner´s Sons, 1933. 8o. Original black cloth; pictorial dust jacket FIRST EDITION. Hanneman A12a. A FINE COPY.
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
Winner Take Nothing (1933)
Sold for: 2,750 USD
December 2007
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. The Old Man and the Sea. New York: Charles Scribners, 1952. 8o. Original cloth; printed dust jacket (corners of front panel light rubbed). FIRST EDITION, REVIEW COPY, with
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
The Old Man and the Sea (1952)
Sold for: 2,600 USD
November 2007
HEMINGWAY, Ernest (1899-1961). Autograph letter signed to Jack on the death of beloved family pet. Ketchum, January 24, 1959. 2 pp. on “Finca Vigia” letterhead (275 x 220 mm., 11 x 8 3/4
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 225 USD
October 2007
1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. For Whom The Bell Tolls. New York: Charles Scribner´s Sons, 1940. First edition, first printing. 8vo, orig. grey cloth; minor wear, d/j (some chipping & creasing to edges -
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940)
Sold for: 30 USD
October 2007
1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. The Old Man and The Sea. New York: Scribner´s, 1952. First? trade edition. 8vo, orig. blue cloth; light edge wear, corners & spine ends slightly frayed, occasionally smudged,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
The Old Man and the Sea (1952)
Sold for: 60,000 GBP
June 2007
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. THE SUN ALSO RISES. NEW YORK: CHARLES SCRIBNER´S SONS, 1926 first edition, first issue, title-page vignette by Cleonike Damianakes, original black cloth with gold paper labels,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
The Sun Also Rises (1926)
Sold for: 6,000 USD
June 2007
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Autograph letter signed ("Ernest"), 3 pages (8 x 6 1/8 in.; 203 x 155 mm), Piggott, Arkansas, 21 July 1928, to his great-uncle Benjamin Tyley Hancock in Chicago; in dark blue ink, a
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 8,400 USD
June 2007
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Typed letter signed ("Mister Papa" in pencil), Finca Vigia, San Francisco de Paula, Cuba, 28 July 1949, 1 page on Finca Vigia letterhead (11 x 8 1/2 in.; 279 x 216 mm) with 3-line
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 3,360 GBP
June 2007
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. A FAREWELL TO ARMS. NEW YORK: CHARLES SCRIBNER´S SONS, 1929 first edition, first issue (legal disclaimer not printed on p.[x]), 8vo, original black cloth with gold paper labels,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
A Farewell to Arms (1929)
Sold for: 425 USD
May 2007
1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. For Whom The Bell Tolls. New York: Scribner´s, 1940. First edition. 8vo, orig. beige cloth; light wear & darkening to edges, d/j (creased, chipping at edges - affecting head
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940)
Sold for: 4,500 USD
May 2007
1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. A Farewell To Arms. New York: Scribner´s, 1929. First edition, #240/510 signed by Hemingway. Lg. 8vo, orig. 1/2 vellum & green bds., black morocco spine label, edges
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
A Farewell to Arms (1929)
Sold for: 275 USD
May 2007
1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. The Old Man and The Sea. New York: Scribner´s, 1952. First trade edition. 8vo, orig. blue cloth; light edge wear, edges slightly darkened, d/j (occasional edges wear, a few
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
The Old Man and the Sea (1952)
Sold for: 850 USD
January 2007
1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. Green Hills of Africa. New York: Scribner´s, 1935. First edition. 8vo, orig. green cloth; light edge wear, spine & extremities slightly faded, d/j (some chipping & creasing
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
Green Hills of Africa (1935)
Sold for: 5,400 USD
June 2006
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Two autograph letters signed ("Ernest Hemingway") to Edward W, Titus, proprietor of the Black Manikin Press, n.p., [L-T Ranch, , Painter, Wyoming?] , 20 March 1931 and Key West,
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 3,120 USD
December 2005
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Autograph letter signed twice ("Ernest" and "Ernest Hemingway"), to Lorine Thompson, Finca Vigia, San Francisco de Paulo, Cuba, n.d. [ca. March 1943]. 2 pages, 4to, in dark ink on
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 1,140 USD
December 2005
HEMINGWAY, Ernest. The Spanish Earth. Cleveland: J.B. Savage Company, 1938. 12o. Illustrated. Original pictorial tan cloth; cloth slipcase. Provenance: Jonathan Goodwin (his sale, part II, Sotheby
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 10,200 USD
October 2005
HEMINGWAY, Ernest (1899-1961). A group of 20 works by Hemingway, including: The Old Man and the Sea. New York: Charles Scribner´s Sons, 1952. FIRST EDITION. Hanneman A24.A. -- The Sun Also Rises. New
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
The Sun Also Rises (1926)
Sold for: 9,000 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Typed letter signed (œErnest in pencil), 1-1/4 pages, with the remainder of the second page filled with autograph postscripts signed (œErnest twice) totaling about 225 words in
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 3,900 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Typed letter signed (œErnest in pencil), 2 pages (10 ½ x 8 1/4 in.; 269 x 208 mm), Paris, 22 October 1938, to Arnold Gingrich; double-spaced on two sheets, with about 100 words in
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 355,200 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Forty-three letters, consisting of 37 typed letters signed and 4 autograph letters signed (32 of the letters signed œErnie in ink or pencil, 2 signed œErnest Hemingway in pencil, 5
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 3,600 USD
November 2004
[HEMINGWAY, ERNEST] Cohn, Louis Henry. A Bibliography of the Works of Ernest Hemingway. New York: Random House, 1931
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 9,600 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Typed letter signed (œE. Hemingway in pencil), 3 full pages (10 7/8 x 8 3/8 in.; 277 x 214 mm), Finca Vigia, San Francisco de Paula, Cuba, 29 July 1952, to Charles Fenton at Yale
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 10,800 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST God Rest You Merry Gentlemen. New York: House of Books, Ltd., 1933
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 3,900 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Autograph letter signed (œPapa), 2 pages (10 x 7-7/8 in.; 253 x 200 mm), œKamana Camp, foot N. Slope Kilimanjaro, 1 December 1953, to his eldest son John (œBumby), here addressed
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 5,400 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Autograph letter signed (a smallish œErnest Hemingway in pencil in a margin), 5 pages, (various sizes: from 7 x 5 ½ in., 178 x 142 mm, to 11 1/4 x 7 in., 285 x 178 mm), Havana, 25
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 3,120 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Autograph letter signed (œPapa), 1 ½ pages (11 x 8 ½ in.; 280 x 216 mm), Venice, 16 April 1954, to his eldest son John (œBumby), here addressed as œDear Bum; in blue ink on both
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 4,800 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Typed letter signed (œErnest in pencil), 1 ½ pages (11 x 8 ½ in.; 280 x 215 mm), Key West, 4 February 1935, to Arnold Gingrich in Chicago; single-spaced on both sides of a sheet of
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 6,600 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Typescript inscribed (œFor Chink from Hem 1954"), a fair copy of his Nobel Prize acceptance speech, 1 ½ pages (10 ½ x 8 in.; 267 x 204 mm), [Cuba, 1954]; carbon copy on two sheets of
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 4,800 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Typed letter signed (œErnest Hemingway in pencil), 2 pages (11 x 8 ½ in.; 279 x 215 mm), Key West, 1 March 1935, to Arnold Gingrich in Chicago; single-spaced on two sheets of good
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 10,800 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Typed letter signed (œE Hemingway), 1-1/4 pages (10 1/4 x 8 1/8 in.; 278 x 213 mm), Finca Vigia, San Francisco de Paula, Cuba, 29 December 1954, to Charles Fenton; single-spaced on
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 20,400 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Seven letters and one note (a Christmas greeting), comprising three autograph letters signed, four typed letters signed, and one autograph note signed, together 10 pages, various
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 4,200 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Autograph and typed letter signed (œPapa), 3 pages (11 x 8 ½ in.; 280 x 216 mm), Finca Vigia, San Francisco de Paula, Cuba, 22 and 28 January 1956, to his eldest son John (œBumby),
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 3,900 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Autograph letter signed (œPapa), 5 ½ pages (7 1/8 x 5 3/8 in.; 180 x 135 mm), Paris, 27 December 1956, to his eldest son John (œBumby), here addressed as œDear Bum; in blue ink on
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 7,200 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Typed letter signed (œErnest in pencil), 1-1/4 pages (10 7/8 x 8 3/8 in.; 277 x 213 mm), [Key West], 4 April [1936], to Arnold Gingrich in Chicago; on both sides of a sheet of poor
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 4,200 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Autograph letter signed (œPapa, with postscript initialed œE.H.), 1 page (10 3/4 x 8 3/8 in.; 275 x 213 mm), St. Mary’s Hospital, Rochester, Minnesota, 30 May 1961, to his son
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 8,400 USD
November 2004
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST Typed letter signed (œErnest in pencil), 1 ½ pages (11 x 8 ½ in.; 280 x 215 mm), the L-Bar-T Ranch near Cooke City, Montana, 25 August [1936], to Arnold Gingrich in Chicago;
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
No Category
Sold for: 23,900 GBP
April 2004
HEMINGWAY, Ernest (1899-1961). Autograph letter (signed ´Yours in Christian Science, Mother Eddy´) to Ezra Pound, Burguete, Spain, n.d. [?1 or 2 July 1925], one word deleted by a later hand on p.4, 4
HEMINGWAY Ernest (1899-1961)
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