Some Stirring Relics of Historical Times

Crohn, Daniel

Published by Daniel Crohn, 1938
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Cover with ligh spot, minor soil. Some areas of foxing. Documents are in good codition. ; Collection of 9 important facsimile historical documents: the signature of Jeanne d'Arc: Louis XVI letters; Letter of Marie Antoinette; Signaturre of Robespierre: Letter from Lord Nelson to Lady Hamilton: Letters from Napoleon (2). Each facsimilie is in an envelope. ; Facsimiles of 9 documents; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Unpaginated pages. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Some Stirring Relics of Historical Times
Publisher: Daniel Crohn
Publication Date: 1938
Binding: Softcover. Yellow-green. Blu
Book Condition: Good

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Crohn, Daniel
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Book Description Published by Daniel Crohn, 1938. Paperback. Condition: Used: Very Good. Large-format, pre-War, flexibound book, saddle-bound with a ribbon, with textured, coated, two-color machine stamped cloth covers. A passionate one paragraph introduction promises us "the mighty pageants of history." The book itself consists of nine lovingly-recreated facsimiles of autograph historical documents: a missive from Joan of Arc, a request from Louis XVI that his execution be delayed, a letter from Nelson before Trafalgar, and six more. Shelf wear. 22 unnumbered pages illustrations (mounted facsimiles) 32 cm. Contents: The signature of Joan of Arc, 1430. --Lafayette asks the pardon of Louis XVI for helping the American colonies in their struggle for independence, 1779. --Louis XVI about to be guillotined pleads for a three-day postponement of his execution, 1793. --A tragic note from Marie-Antoinette written just before leaving for her execution, 1793. --Robespierre's last signature, 1794. --Nelson's unfinished letter written to his beloved Lady Hamilton, on the eve of the battle of Trafalgar, 1805. --The Duke of Wellington informs a French general of the victory of Waterloo, 1815. --Napoleon after his defeat at Waterloo appeals to England for protection, 1815. --The last codicil to Napoleon's will, written at St. Helena, 1821. Seller Inventory # 1803190030

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Crohn, Daniel
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Book Description Self-Published, France, 1938. Softcover. Condition: Fair. *A tired exterior and a pleasant interior* Self-published by Crohn in France, 1938. All facsimile documents are present and in excellent condition. The exterior is worn with edgewear, fading, and stains. The interior is quite nice, but some coffee drops are present on the title page leaf and the verso. A real oddity. This is a large-format flexibound book, saddle-bound with a ribbon, with textured, coated, two-color machine stamped cloth covers. A passionate one paragraph introduction promises us "the mighty pageants of history." The book itself consists of nine lovingly-recreated facsimiles of autograph historical documents: a missive from Joan of Arc, a request from Louis XVI that his execution be delayed, a letter from Nelson before Trafalgar, and six more. There is explanatory text opposite each facsimile. We ship daily. Out to you w/tracking. Seller Inventory # 5000050512478

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CROHN, Daniel, compiler
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Book Description Crohn, Paris, 1938. hardcover. Condition: very good. Contains 9 very fine facsimile reproductions of letters, documents and signatures highlighting important and interesting points in French history. 4to, flexible leatherette (worn). Published by daniel Crohn, 1938. Pages are a bit age toned, else very good. Contains letters from Joan of Arc, Louis XVI, Robespierre, Napoleon and others. Seller Inventory # 144254

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Crohn, Daniel
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Book Description Daniel Crohn, 1938. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. unpaged (1/4+ inch thick), Documents tipped on pages, Tan Leatherette Cover with Armorial & Edge trim, Folio, edge chips with sm pieces missing else G-VG. Seller Inventory # 004212

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Crohn, Daniel (edit).
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Book Description Daniel Crohn, 1938. Paperback. Condition: GOOD. 1938. Daniel Crohn. Softback. Book- Good, green impressed crest on front board, green boards, edges rubbed. 12x9. Many tipped-in colour plates. A collection of facsimiles of important historical documents including the signature of Joan of Arc from 1430, a letter from Louis XVI from 1793 in which he pleads for a three-day postponement of his execution by guillotine, a tragic note written by Marie Antoinette in the days before her execution also in 1793, and a letter by the Duke of Wellington informing a French general of the victory at Waterloo in 1815. Seller Inventory # 1571837

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Crohn, Daniel, compiler
Published by Daniel Crohn, Paris (1938)
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Book Description Daniel Crohn, Paris, 1938. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. [24] p.: mounted facsimiles; 32 cm. Stiffened paper wrappers in a faux white leather design with grey-blue stamped decorative border on both wrappers and coat-of-arms on the front wrapper. Tied together with a green ribbon. Printed in red and black throughout. Each facsimile is mounted on a green background within a gilt border, facing descriptive letterpress. Contents: The signature of Joan of Arc, 1430 -- Lafayette asks the pardon of Louis XVI for helping the American colonies in their struggle for independence, 1779 -- Louis XVI about to be guillotined pleads for a three-day postponement of his execution, 1793 -- A tragic note from Marie-Antoinette written just before leaving for her execution, 1793 -- Robespierre's last signature, 1794 -- Nelson's unfinished letter written to his beloved Lady Hamilton, on the eve of the battle of Trafalgar, 1805 -- The Duke of Wellington informs a French general of the victory of Waterloo, 1815 -- Napoleon after his defeat at Waterloo appeals to England for protection, 1815 -- The last codicil to Napoleon's will, written at St. Helena, 1821. In Very Good Condition: white wrapper is heavily soiled; corners are creased and chipped; upper left-hand corner of title page is stained; facsimiles are clean and bright; 1-cm. tear in lower edge of last leaf bearing a facsimile, without loss. Seller Inventory # 003742

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Crohn, Daniel (ed.); Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress).
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Book Description [Paris]: Daniel Crohn., 1938. Condition: Good. MSS Facsimiles. Folio. [22 pp.] Descriptive letterpress on verso facing each mounted facsimile, Green Embossed Faux Leather Binding. Binding and Text Fair with losses, tears, loose pages, foxing, toning, stains, most pages chipped along edges. Facsimiles themselves Very Good and present.Contents:The signature of Joan of Arc, 1430. --Lafayette asks the pardon of Louis XVI for helping the American colonies in their struggle for independence, 1779. --Louis XVI about to be guillotined pleads for a three-day postponement of his execution, 1793. --A tragic note from Marie-Antoinette written just before leaving for her execution, 1793. --Robespierre's last signature, 1794. --Nelson's unfinished letter written to his beloved Lady Hamilton, on the eve of the battle of Trafalgar, 1805. --The Duke of Wellington informs a French general of the victory of Waterloo, 1815. --Napoleon after his defeat at Waterloo appeals to England for protection, 1815. --The last codicil to Napoleon's will, written at St. Helena, 1821. Seller Inventory # 15-9593

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French Revolution) Crohn, Daniel, compiler
Published by Published by Daniel Crohn, N. P. (1938)
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Book Description Published by Daniel Crohn, N. P., 1938. 9 facsimiles tipped or laid onto teal background sheets with gilt frames with descriptions underneath, printed in red and black. 1 vols. Folio. Facsimiles. Includes fine facsimiles of signatures, letters or documents of historical importance including the signature of Joan of Arc, Lafayette (asking the pardon of Louis XVI), Louis XVI, Marie-Antoinette, Robespierre (last signature), Nelson (unfinished letter to Lady Hamilton), Duke of Wellington (informing French General of victory at Waterloo), Napoleon (asking for protection) and Napoleon's codicil on his will. Armorial decorated faux leather. Rubbed, some soiling and wear to edges of binding, some browning of leaves, else very good 9 facsimiles tipped or laid onto teal background sheets with gilt frames with descriptions underneath, printed in red and black. 1 vols. Folio. Seller Inventory # 39513

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