Rare antebellum Mississippi signed binding. GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE. VOLUME XXII. JANUARY TO JUNE, 1843. [Vol. XXII, No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.] (With contributions by Edgar Allan Poe and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.)

Graham's Magazine. George Rex Graham (publisher). Edgar Allan Poe, 1809-1849 and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 (contributors).

Published by Philadelphia, PA: Graham's Magazine, 1843.
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POOR CONDITION. Hardcover: H 25.5cm x L 15.5cm. Quarter leather binding with marbled paper boards, strong scuffing lengthwise to spine particularly along joints and at ends with heel chipped, spine's gilt stamped title lettering still legible with loss to majority of other gilt lettering and decoration via scuffing and flaking; board edges worn with loss to front board's bottom corner. Text block completely detached from boards. Scarce mid-19th century southern bindery ticket on front pastedown for "E.F. Wagstaff, | Book Binder, | Jackson, Miss. | (Old Books Neatly Re-Bound.)" Lacking preliminary leaves (ffep-title page) with ragged remnant of Contents leaf being first present and two adjoining b/w plates with large losses. Successive pagination for each issue (January, February, March, April, May, and June 1843) with double-column text. Collates as 1-362 with unpaged b/w plates among the six issues. Last leaf present is pages 361-362 with abruptly ending text so evidently missing at least a text leaf or two as well as terminal flyleaves and rfep. A few early leaves tenuously bound but otherwise majority of text block remains firmly bound. At least one torn tissue guard for an interior plate. Mild to strong toning and foxing as well as some moisture staining. Features two contributions by Edgar Allan Poe: poem "The Conqueror Worm" on page 32 (of the January 1843 issue) and criticism "Our Amateur Poets. No. I. -Flaccus" on pages 195-198 (of the March 1843 issue). "Flaccus" was the pen name of Dr. Thomas Ward. One poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow "The Belfry of Bruges" on page 35 (also within the January 1843 issue). Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: Philadelphia, PA: Graham's Magazine, 1843.

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Graham's Magazine. George Rex Graham (publisher). Edgar Allan Poe, 1809-1849 and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 (contributors).
Published by Philadelphia, PA: Graham's Magazine, 1843. (1843)
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Book Description Philadelphia, PA: Graham's Magazine, 1843., 1843. POOR CONDITION. Hardcover: H 25.5cm x L 15.5cm. Quarter leather binding with marbled paper boards, strong scuffing lengthwise to spine particularly along joints and at ends with heel chipped, spine's gilt stamped title lettering still legible with loss to majority of other gilt lettering and decoration via scuffing and flaking; board edges worn with loss to front board's bottom corner. Text block completely detached from boards. Scarce mid-19th century southern bindery ticket on front pastedown for "E.F. Wagstaff, | Book Binder, | Jackson, Miss. | (Old Books Neatly Re-Bound.)" Lacking preliminary leaves (ffep-title page) with ragged remnant of Contents leaf being first present and two adjoining b/w plates with large losses. Successive pagination for each issue (January, February, March, April, May, and June 1843) with double-column text. Collates as 1-362 with unpaged b/w plates among the six issues. Last leaf present is pages 361-362 with abruptly ending text so evidently missing at least a text leaf or two as well as terminal flyleaves and rfep. A few early leaves tenuously bound but otherwise majority of text block remains firmly bound. At least one torn tissue guard for an interior plate. Mild to strong toning and foxing as well as some moisture staining. Features two contributions by Edgar Allan Poe: poem "The Conqueror Worm" on page 32 (of the January 1843 issue) and criticism "Our Amateur Poets. No. I. -Flaccus" on pages 195-198 (of the March 1843 issue). "Flaccus" was the pen name of Dr. Thomas Ward. One poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow "The Belfry of Bruges" on page 35 (also within the January 1843 issue). Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-03775

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