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BID DATE:
07/14/2018 11:53 AM
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DESCRIPTION

(20)ANTIQUE AMERICAN STATE MEN BOOKS (VARIOUS AUTHORS)

Age. See below
Composition. Paper
Size. 7” high x 5” wide
Rating: 8
Comments. These books are copyrighted between 1882 and 1890 and are titled” American Statesman”. All are hard covered and were published by Houghton, Mifflin and Company. All the great ones here, George Washington, James Madison, Martin Van Buren, Benjamin Franklin, Daniel Webster, Andrew Jackson, John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, Samuel Adams, Thomas Jefferson and many more. They were written by such authors as Theodore Roosevelt, Henry Cabot Lodge, John T Morse Jr. and many of the great writers of that time. All are in good shape with normal use wear, have page browning, have some wear on their covers and could have some soiling/stains. A nice set of books about the people that shape this great country in its infancy and they will make a nice addition to your antique book collection.

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