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HARPER'S WEEKLY -- September 2, 1871 -- Original Complete Issue --

Harper & Brothers, Illustrated by Arthur Lumley - Thomas Nast - C.S. Reinhart - Thomas Worth -

Published by New York: Harper Brothers, 1871, 1871
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Engraving On Cover - Disbound. Very Good. First Edition - Original Issue. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. . .**** 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 24 pages dated September 2, 1871 -- Vol. 15, No. 766 -- Illustrated with wood cut engravings -- Pages are tight, nice condition -- This paper is referred to as a periodical, actually it is a Historical Document recording events at the time of their occurrence -- The Front cover contains a "Farm Ballad" titled "How Betsy And I Made Up" by Will M. Carleton and illustrated by Arthur Lumley with 5 engravings -- Page 812 has a full page engraving by Thomas Nast titled "The Tammany Lords And Their Constituents" -- Page 813 has a portrait engraving of Wilkie Collins and the First portion of his serialization story titled "Poor Miss Finch" -- Pages 816 & 817 is a double page centerfold engraving titled "Summer Palaces Of The Tammany Ring" -- Page 820 has a large engraving titled "The Rival Grandpas and Grandmas" -- Page 821 has a full page engraving titled "Places Associated With The Life and Works Of Sir Walter Scott" -- Page 825 has a full page engraving by C.S. Reinhart titled "At The Seaside Landing--Waiting For The Evening Boat From The City" -- Page 828 has a full page engraving with 6 scenes by Thomas Worth titled "Hurrying For The Train" -- Other Engravings, and articles related to events occurring at the time -- Fascinating Reading, and an excellent opportunity for the Researcher, Historian, and Collector. Over one Thousand issues of Harper's Weekly Listed On ABEbooks, See all by Typing - Harper's Weekly - in the Title and Typing - The Franklin Bookstore - in the Keyword then click on Search. ---- 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 # 005292

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Title: HARPER'S WEEKLY -- September 2, 1871 -- ...

Publisher: New York: Harper Brothers, 1871

Publication Date: 1871

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