Very Good / Very Good. Item #5911
Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1964-1969. Schriften I: Later Printing; Schriften II: First Edition; Schriften III: First Edition. Octavo; Schriften I 545pp; Schriften II 348pp; Schriften III 266pp.
Parchment cream jackets lettered in black and red. Burgundy boards with off-white spine labels, stamped in black. Gray textblock topstain. Entirely in German.
Schriften I jacket a bit tattered at corners and spine crown and foot; jacket spine tanned and slightly soiled. Jackets of other two volumes fine, as new. Bindings of all three volumes fine, as new. Schriften I has previous owner's initials in ink on front free endpaper. This is the only one of the three volumes that seems to have been used; textblocks of the other two volumes tight and seemingly never opened. All three textblocks unmarked and unmarred.
The most important of Wittgenstein's writings in the definitive German edition.