HARPER'S WEEKLY; A JOURNAL OF CIVILIZATION. VOLUME VI. FOR THE YEAR 1862. Saturday, January 4, 1862, Vol. VI. No. 262 to Saturday, December 27, 1862 Vol. VI. No. 313. [Full year run of the weekly newspaper illustrated by Winslow Homer et al; Vol. Six-6.]

Harper's Weekly - Harper & Brothers. Wilkie Collins, 1824-1889, et al (contributors). Winslow Homer, 1836-1910; Thomas Nast, 1840-1902; Alfred Rudolf Waud, 1828-1891; Alexander Simplot, 1837-1914; Henry Mosler, 1841-1920; et al (illustrators).

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iv, 832 pages. Hardcover: H 40.75cm x L 29cm. Scuffed brown leather-like spine, thin-ruled gilt stamped horizontal bars at spine ends rubbed/flaked away but with other bars and lettering still legible; dark patterned paper over boards with wear along edges particularly at corners, loss to rear board's top fore-edge corner. Binding broken at both hinges with single thread tenuously persisting at rear hinge center. Several detached and many pulled leaves at front and rear causing frequent chipping and tears at margins; majority of text block stitching still fairly firm. Some toning, soiling, and scattered small dark stains. No supplements present (not sure if any were issued in 1862) but all 52 weekly issues collate as complete. Text comprised of numerous reports of Civil War battles and other news plus serialized novel "No Name" by Wilkie Collins. Numerous inset, single page, and foldout b/w illustrations throughout plus small vignettes among advertising columns. All foldouts verified present but with many no longer aligned to their original folds plus the foldouts occurring within aforementioned front and rear pulled leaves have wear at edges and at their fore-edge folds. Illustrators include Winslow Homer (contributing to issues of January 4, January 18, May 17, May 31, June 7, June 14, July 5, July 12, September 6, November 15, and November 29), Thomas Nast, Alfred Rudolf Waud, Alexander Simplot, Henry Mosler, et al. November 15th issue has Homer's terrific full page image "A Sharp-Shooter on Picket Duty." Please note that this very large book has an approximate shipping weight of 10 pounds (4.5 kg) and will require additional postage and insurance for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: HARPER'S WEEKLY; A JOURNAL OF CIVILIZATION. ...
Publisher: New York: Harper & Brothers, 1862.

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Harper's Weekly - Harper & Brothers. Wilkie Collins, 1824-1889, et al (contributors). Winslow Homer, 1836-1910; Thomas Nast, 1840-1902; Alfred Rudolf Waud, 1828-1891; Alexander Simplot, 1837-1914; Henry Mosler, 1841-1920; et al (illustrators).
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Book Description New York: Harper & Brothers, 1862., 1862. iv, 832 pages. Hardcover: H 40.75cm x L 29cm. Scuffed brown leather-like spine, thin-ruled gilt stamped horizontal bars at spine ends rubbed/flaked away but with other bars and lettering still legible; dark patterned paper over boards with wear along edges particularly at corners, loss to rear board's top fore-edge corner. Binding broken at both hinges with single thread tenuously persisting at rear hinge center. Several detached and many pulled leaves at front and rear causing frequent chipping and tears at margins; majority of text block stitching still fairly firm. Some toning, soiling, and scattered small dark stains. No supplements present (not sure if any were issued in 1862) but all 52 weekly issues collate as complete. Text comprised of numerous reports of Civil War battles and other news plus serialized novel "No Name" by Wilkie Collins. Numerous inset, single page, and foldout b/w illustrations throughout plus small vignettes among advertising columns. All foldouts verified present but with many no longer aligned to their original folds plus the foldouts occurring within aforementioned front and rear pulled leaves have wear at edges and at their fore-edge folds. Illustrators include Winslow Homer (contributing to issues of January 4, January 18, May 17, May 31, June 7, June 14, July 5, July 12, September 6, November 15, and November 29), Thomas Nast, Alfred Rudolf Waud, Alexander Simplot, Henry Mosler, et al. November 15th issue has Homer's terrific full page image "A Sharp-Shooter on Picket Duty." Please note that this very large book has an approximate shipping weight of 10 pounds (4.5 kg) and will require additional postage and insurance for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-07253

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