Title: Frank Leslie's Illustrated History of the ...
Publisher: New York: Mrs. Frank Leslie
Publication Date: 1895
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
512 p. Includes index to illustrations and index to history. The volume is a folio (ca. 16" x 11 1'/2") and very heavy, with a brown cloth hard cover with a gilt title and decorations. The front cover and the first few pages are detached; the front and back covers are chipped all around the edges, the loose pages are tattered at the edges, and the cloth is missing on the spine. The interior pages are clean and sound, with all of the illustrations present. Media mail to U.S. addresses only (no foreign shipments) and extra postage will be required. Bookseller Inventory # 062914FL
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