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ORIGINAL 1832 BOOK G. WASHINGTON (2 VOLUME)

Age: 1832

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Composition: Paper, Leather

Rating: 6

Comments: These two books titled “The Life of George Washington Commander in Chief of the American Forces and President of the United States” by John Marshall Vol I & II were published in 1832 in Philadelphia by James Crissy. The interior of both volumes has significant brown spotting, some creasing and minor tearing. The leather cover is dry from age, has some tearing along the spine and missing spots. The joint on the back cover for volume II is split and separated from the spine only the reinforcement strings keep it connected. The Leather piece with the Authors name “Marshall” and “Washington” title is missing as well. The leather strip identifying the book as “Vol II” is half separated from the spine.

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