New York: Faber and Faber, 1940-1942. Paperback. Four separately issued volumes in the original wraps. All volumes are octavos [22.5 cm]; the first three are bound in stapled French wraps and the fourth is bound in sewn stiff card.
East Coker: Third (first Faber) edition, 1940 (this poem first appeared as a supplement to the New English Weekly Easter Number of 1940, which was reprinted once). Front wrap completely disbound, darkening, light chipping, and short tears to wraps, light to moderate foxing throughout.
Burnt Norton: First separate edition, 1941 (this poem first appeared in Collected Poems 1909-1935, published 1936). Ink inscription on front endpaper, else very light wear.
The Dry Salvages: First edition, 1941. Irregular fading to wraps, 2" split to spine at foot, ink inscription on half-title.
Little Gidding: First edition, 1942. Fading to extremities, ink inscription on front endpaper, else very light wear. Very good. Item #56978
Gallup A36, A37, A39, and A42.