First edition with number line to one. First state point present on pp.621, line 16 “none” for “done” and of course, no mention of the upcoming 1986 Pulitzer Prize win. Very gently read if all and not remaindered. Interior is clean, solid and unmarked, no inscriptions of any kind. Bright gilt titles to spine, corners are sharp and square. Black quarter cloth and paper boards are clean and unmarked. Small “ripple’ to the cloth at the foot of the spine that appears to be a manufacturing defect. Dustjacket is price clipped and very lightly bumped to extremities, with a hint of shelfwear to show. Bit bumped with light creasing to the head and tail of the spine. Spine is lightly sunned. Now protected in archival brodart jacket. The late master’s masterpiece of the “true” old west of America. Additional shipping may apply for this heavy volume.