First Bantam printing, with cover art by C.C. Beall, best known for his WWII-era posters designed for the US government.
A FAREWELL TO ARMS
"They Stole Love From A World Afire" (front cover).
The prominence of Catherine Barkley's (?) literal naked arm suggests to this cataloguer at least that Beall did not read the book. The rear cover features a miniature black-and-white image of the first edition book with the famous design by Cleonike Damianakes Wilkins.
New York: Bantam Books. Bantam 467, (1949). 6.5'' x 4.25''. Original color pictorial mass market wrappers with art by C.C. Beall. All edges stained red. 4 pages of ads at rear. , 277, ,  pages. Bump with slight loss to front foot of spine, crease to rear bottom corner, trace laminate separation at spine.
Very good plus.
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