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Title: THE HISTORY OF MOSES. BY ROBERT LOUIS ...
Publisher: Privately printed
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Oak Knoll, Daylesford., 1919. First Edition.. Private Printing. Blue wraps, cord-tied. 12mo., ten pages. Frontis. in color. First appearance in print of Robert Louis Stevenson's story "dictated to his mother at the age of six." Wraps show minor wear, otherwise a very good, clean, tight copy. Bookseller Inventory # 15158
Book Description Privately printed, Daylesford, Pa, 1919. blue paper wrappers, cord-tied. tall 12mo. blue paper wrappers, cord-tied. (iv), 10 pages with colored frontispiece. This is a first edition Robert Louis Stevenson. Bookseller Inventory # 11482
Book Description Privately Printed, Oak Knoll, Daylesford PA, 1919. Wrappers. Book Condition: Very Good +. Illustrated (illustrator). First Edition. An early of A.E.N.'s famous annual keepsakes. Presentation copy from the author, with autograph inscription on the front free endpaper: "Sam Scoville Jr. (Undecipherable) a naturalist will observe with interest the silk hats and pipes of the Israeltes (sic). With the compliments of A. Edward Newton Dec 29, 1919". Signed. Bookseller Inventory # 003365
Book Description Privately printed, Daylesford, Pa, 1919. tall 12mo. blue paper wrappers, cord-tied, original mailing envelope address by Bartell and with the return postage of The Cutter Co. (iv), 10 pages with colored frontispiece. (Fleck B.13) Stevenson, as a child of six, dedicated this 'Story of the History of Moses,' to his mother. Newton purchased this manuscript in an Anderson sale of November 24, 1914, lot 294. This booklet is the first appearance in print of this early piece. Colored frontispiece. Inscribed "Mr. H.N. Bartlet with the compliments of A. Edward Newton, Feb. , 1920." blue paper wrappers, cord-tied, original mailing envelope address by Bartell and with the return postage of The Cutter Co. Bookseller Inventory # 14843