Titre : In the Boyhood of Lincoln.
Éditeur : New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1896/1892, 8th "edition" (printing), green cloth boards, black titles and sepia and dark brown drawing of Lincoln reading on a wooden bench, gilt borders, black filigree on spine, dark green endpapers; two tone plates, photos, and reproductions; 266 pp. + ads.
Date d'édition : 1896
Reliure : Hardcover
Illustrateur : /Winthrop Pierce illustrator.
CONDITION: Very Good Plus; 1897 inscription, extrems slightly rubbed to white and bumped, otherwise very nice, clean, solid with bright gilt. Juvenile hardback "A tale of the Tunker schoolmaster and the times of Black Hawk." Thirteen plates, ten by Winthrop Pierce. ABE Heritage Seller since 1996; conservative AB condition grading. We ship all our books in cardboard protection. International shipping. /Winthrop Pierce illustrator. N° de réf. du libraire 20079
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EIN: 91 1816469
ABN: Columbia Basin Books
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