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Amelia Earhart Signed ”The Fun of It” First Edition — With Rare Mini Record
Amelia Earhart signed first edition, second printing of ”The Fun of It” published by Brewer, Warren, & Putnam: New York: 1932. Earhart autographs the fly-leaf: ”Amelia Earhart” in blue ink. This memoir is the female pilot’s second book, discussing her personal background and the achievements of the other daring women in aviation. She’s quoted as saying: ”Flying may not be all plain sailing, but the fun of it is worth the price…” Runs 218pp. Includes very rare mini record enclosed on the rear pastedown from Earhart’s 1932 International Broadcast in London. Bound in brown cloth boards with white lettering. Measures 5.75” x 8.25”. Fabric loss to rear hinge and spine base. A prior owner’s bookplate is affixed to the front free endpaper. Some toning to leaves. In very good condition. Sold for $832.
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Amelia Earhart Signed First Printing of “The Fun of It”
Amelia Earhart’s signed first edition, first printing of “The Fun of It”, describing her life in flight. Signature appears to verso of frontispiece, with photograph of Earhart on frontispiece itself. 5.5″ x 8″ book includes pictures throughout and includes original record tucked into rear pastedown. 4″ x 4″ record has audio recordings from Earhart’s 1932 flight, titled “High Spots of the First Woman’s Solo Transatlantic Flight”. Light toning to book and writing on front pastedown that reads, “This Book Belongs To Jos. Jock Lees”. Split starting along front hinge and small bend to upper right corner of record, but in good to very good condition overall. Sold for $708.
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