My Man Jeeves - P. G. Wodehouse 1920 - George Newnes, London - Second Edition, in early issue (Circa 1926) dust jacket. The first full appearance of Bertie and Jeeves! (to be jolly exact two lines of Jeeves were hidden amongst the tale Extricating Young Gussie in The Man with Two Left Feet (1917)).

Four Jeeves stories told by Bertie Wooster staying in New York to avoid the wrath of his Aunt Agatha, and four stories told by Reggie Pepper. Six of these eight stories turn up again in
Carry on, Jeeves (1925), two of them, which had been told by Reggie Pepper, now recast as Bertie and Jeeves stories, set in England.

In rare early dust jacket.
  First published in UK: May, 1919 by George Newnes, Limited, London.

References: The Russian Wodehouse Society. Madame Ulalie. McIlvaine A22. Richard Usborne,
Plum Sauce. A P G Wodehouse Companion.

pp. [6] 11-251 [1] [2 ads]. Pagination excludes front and rear free endpapers, bound without, as published. In publisher’s Salmon cloth. lettered in black to spine and front panel.

Second edition, black titling to boards and spine (without the decorations to spine found in the first edition), with verso of title page stating printers as
Hazell, Watson & Viney Ld. (first issue Butler & Tanner), book measures 18.4 x 12 cm (first issue 17.5 x 11 cm).

In later issue dust jacket, with image of a serious Jeeves, in front of traffic and houses, yellow background with titel in bold red, price 2/- to front panel, list of 2/- Novels
Uniform With This Volume to rear panel. Dated Circa 1926 based on 2/6 novels listed on front flap, with Richmal Cropton’s William The Conquerer [sic] being the latest dated first edition Newnes publication in 1926.
  Condition: Very good, scattered foxing to edges of cloth, foredge and first and last few pages, lacking one sheet, possibly dedication page, in very good dust jacket, 2cm chip to head of spine, a few closed tears to edges, minor archival tape reinforcement to verso.   Ref: 106795   Price: HK$ 1,500