London | Jack

White Fang

First Edition | Second Issue



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First edition, second issue of White Fang by Jack London.

Octavo, vii, [3], 327pp, [4pp ads]. Green-gray cloth, title stamped in white with small illustration stamped in black and white on front cover. Published in “October, 1906,” stated on copyright page. As usual, the second issue, with title page a cancel. Title in gilt on spine. Solid text block, illustrated endpapers. Faint soiling to spine, light wear to cover illustration, a near fine example. Complete with eight color illustrations, including frontispiece with tissue guard. A bright, near fine example.

(Sisson & Martens 30) (BAL 11896)

Jack London (1876-1916) was one of the first American authors to gain international fame and accumulate wealth from his writing. Despite his popularity, London never received any literary awards for his work. London is remembered today through retellings of his stories on film and television, most recently in a movie adaptation of The Call of the Wild starring Harrison Ford.

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Location Published

New York


The Macmillan Company


First Edition, Second Issue

Date Published



Original cloth


Near Fine


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