Gala

15.00
Carry On, Jeeves, 1st edn 1925 (P G Wodehouse)Carry On, Jeeves was the fourth book of short stories featuring Bertie and Jeeves, first published in 1925 in Britain. It starts by describing Jeeves' arrival in the Wooster household. Many of these stories are rewritten versions of ones previously included in My Man Jeeves, published in 1919.

Jacket illustration by 'Gala'.

ReproJacket #218-A-1, size 190.5x412mm.
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Carry On, Jeeves, 1st edn 1935 (6th printing) (P G Wodehouse)Jacket illustration by 'Gala'.

ReproJacket #218-F-1, size 189.6x405mm.
15.00
Carry On, Jeeves, 1st edn c1950 (12th printing) (P G Wodehouse)A much simpler jacket structure in the absence of the Green Label elements, with reset spine text and flap pricing.

Jacket illustration by 'Gala'.

ReproJacket #218-L-1, size 189.5x406mm.
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The Inimitable Jeeves, 1st edn 1923 (P G Wodehouse)This title, first published in 1923, was the third book of short stories in which the characters Bertie Wooster and his man Jeeves appeared.

You may wonder why a 1st issue Jeeves book from the 1920s is priced at only 3/6d rather than 7/6d. We checked with Dick Neal Fine Books in Australia, who told us that it was Herbert Jenkins' practice at the time to price newly-issued novels at 7/6d but short story collections at 3/6d.

The artwork on the back panel is signed 'Gala'.

ReproJacket #139-A-1, size 190.5x407mm.
15.00
The Inimitable Jeeves, 1st edn 1930 (6th printing) (P G Wodehouse)The artwork on the back panel is signed 'Gala'.

ReproJacket #139-F-1, size 192x405mm.