Signed Limited Editions
NY, Knopf, 1971-1990. A collection of eleven of Updike's limited editions issued by his trade publisher, Knopf. Most had a limitation of only 350 copies, and each one is signed by Updike. As follows:
  • Rabbit Redux, 1971. Copy No. 337. Fine in an acetate dustwrapper and fine slipcase. National Book Award nominee; the first of the "Rabbit" books to be issued in a signed, limited format; the second of Updike's novels to be issued in this format.
  • Picked-Up Pieces, 1975. Copy No. 36 of 250. Essays and nonfiction. Near fine in a fine dust jacket and near fine slipcase. Smallest limitation of any Knopf title.
  • Marry Me, 1976. Copy No. 216 of 300. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket and fine slipcase. Smallest limitation of any of his Knopf books of fiction.
  • The Coup, 1978. Copy No. 211. Fine in fine dust jacket and fine slipcase.
  • Problems, 1979. Copy No. 104. Fine in a fine dust jacket and near fine slipcase.
  • Rabbit is Rich, 1981. Copy No. 255. Near fine in a fine dust jacket and near fine slipcase. National Book Award winner and Pulitzer Prize winner.
  • Bech is Back, 1982. Copy No. 349 of 500 copies. Fine in a fine dust jacket and slipcase.
  • S., 1988. Copy No. 248. Fine in a near fine acetate dustwrapper and fine slipcase.
  • Just Looking, 1989. Art criticism. Fine in a fine slipcase, still shrinkwrapped.
  • Self-Consciousness, 1989. Copy No. 90. Memoirs. Fine in an acetate dustwrapper and fine slipcase.
  • Rabbit at Rest, 1990. Unnumbered, but signed and inscribed. An out-of-series copy, apparently inscribed by Updike as a benefit for St. John's parish; thus likely an author's copy of the edition. Fine in an acetate dustwrapper and very near fine slipcase.
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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

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