The first edition of this Pulitzer Prize winner was published by Harcourt Brace and Company in 1946. It was 464 pages long, and the original retail price was $3.00. First edition points are: "first edition" is stated on copyright page. Boards are maroon. 1st state dustjacket has Sinclair Lewis blurb on the back, and the corners of the flaps are clipped (not price clipped).
A less expensive alternative is the signed Franklin Library edition.
All the King's Men book won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.
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Picture of the 1946 first edition dust jacket for All the King's Men.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for All the King's Men.
Picture of dust jacket where original $3.00 price is found for All the King's Men.
Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of All the King's Men.
Picture of the first edition Harcourt Brace and Company boards for All the King's Men.
Picture of the back dust jacket flap for All the King's Men.
This is the bottom of the front flap for the first edition of All the King's Men.
On the right is the first issue jacket for All the King's Men. It has a single review by Sinclair Lewis. On the left is the second issue jacket where the Sinclair Lewis review was moved to the back flap and replaced by six new reviews - by Joseph Henry Jackson, Diana Trilling, Harry Hansen, Orville Prescott, Paul Engle, and W. G. Rogers.
The Franklin Library limited edition was put out years after the first edition. But it is a relatively inexpensive way to have a signed edition by Robert Penn Warren.
This is a photo of the Franklin Library signed limited edition was issued many years after the first edition.
The Franklin Library limited edition was signed edition by Robert Penn Warren.