**** This is an Old, Historic and Scarce Paper which has the Earmarks in Contents and Condition that could result in a Handsome increase in Value while in Your Possession **** -- This is an original, complete issue of 16 pages dated November 8, 1862 -- Vol. 6, No. 306 -- This paper is technically referred to as a periodical, actually it is a Historical Document, recording events at the time of their occurrence - Profusely Illustrated -- The Covers and Contents are tight, very nice condition -- CIVIL WAR ISSUE -- Many wood cut engravings -- The Front Cover has an excellent full page engraving titled "Major-General Rosecrans Commander of The Army of Ohio", Page 708 has an engraving titled "The Foreign Men-Of-War In Our Harbor", Page 709 has an engraving titled "Mrs. Lincoln, Wife of The President", Page 710 has 3 engravings titled "John W. Packham The Youngest Corporal In the Army", "Union Jack, The Pet of Our Richmond Prisoners" and "Reception of the Ninth Indiana Volunteers at Danville Kentucky After Driving Out The Rebels", Pages 712 & 713 is a double page centerfold with an engraving titled "Negroes Driven South By The Rebel Officers", Page 716 has an engraving titled "The Rebels Destroying the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad as Seen From Fair View", Page 717 has 4 engravings titled "Hancock Maryland from the Camp of Ballier's 'Bully Dutchmen'--Ninety-Eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers", "Baltimore and Ohio Station at Hancock", "Penalty of Selling Liquor to Soldiers--Hancock", and "Passing Under The Canal to the Ford" -- This issue also contains a portion of the serialization of "No Name" by Wilkie Collins" -- Many other articles and editorials relating to the Civil War -- An excellent opportunity for the collector and researcher. We have over 1.000 issues of Harper's Weekly Listed On Abebooks ---- We Store and Ship each Harper's Weekly Issue in a Large Zip Lock Plastic Sleeve with a Board Insert for Stiffness. They are Shipped Flat and Never Folded or Rolled Up. All of this Attention to Maintain Quality Enhances the Condition of the Delivered Product To You. ---- ---- Historical Events Are Never More Exciting Than When You Read Them From The Day They First Occurred And Were Reported In Newspapers and Magazines ----. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: -- HARPER'S WEEKLY -- November 8, 1862 -- ...
Publisher: New York: Harper Brothers, 1862
Publication Date: 1862
Binding: Illustrated Cover - Disbound
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition - Original Issue
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