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Lindbergh | Charles A.


First Edition / Limited Edition



Author’s autograph edition of “We” by Charles A. Lindbergh, in the publisher’s original glassine dust jacket and blue box.

Thick octavo, 308pp. Brown boards, white vellum spine, title in gilt on spine and front cover. Printed on linen with uncut edges. Illustrated endpapers. Complete with a frontispiece portrait and 51 illustrated plates. Previous ownership inscription, dated 1927, on front endpaper. In the publisher’s exceptionally scarce glassine dust jacket, partially torn, chipping and wear at edges. Includes the publisher’s original blue box, gold sticker on top edge, light soiling to covers, solid binding. This set also features the publisher’s original advertising for the “Autograph Edition” and an 8-page pamphlet.

From a limited edition of 1000 signed copies, this being number 443, signed by Charles Lindbergh.

An exceptionally bright example.

This early work by Charles Lindbergh was an account of his historic transatlantic flight in 1927, but he was never happy with the publication. To correct this, he published The Spirit of St. Louis in 1953, which he felt accurately described the flight. Spirit of St. Louis went on to win the Pulitzer Prize for Autobiography in 1954. Charles’ wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, was a ghostwriter on the book, and its success is widely attributed to her writing skills.

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Location Published

New York


G.P. Putnam's Sons


First Edition / Limited Edition

Date Published






Jacket Condition

Very Good


Lindbergh | Charles A.

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