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About this Item: White, Gallaher and White, New York, 1831. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good(-). Large quarto in full leather ; 527, 78, 168, 31 p. ; 30 cm. Scarce. OCLC located but one copy of this White, Gallaher and White edition. || Includes . useful tables of scripture names, scripture geography, scripture chronology, and scripture references. Including valuable harmonies of the scriptures. Heavily foxed; front free end paper in pieces; first six pages loose (as a unit) and laid in; front and rear superficialluy hinges starting but intact; rear end paper loose. Overall a Very Good(-) to Good(+) copy of a scarce edition of the bible. Seller Inventory # 14074

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Bible

Published by H. & E. Phinney, also I. Tiffany, Utica, Cooperstown (1842)

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About this Item: H. & E. Phinney, also I. Tiffany, Utica, Cooperstown, 1842. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Corners and base of spine worn.; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Blind stamped tan leather, black leather spine label, approximately a dozen plates, 576, 99, 577-767 pages pllus shorter sections. **Later printing of Hills #1100 of 1841, with twice as many plates. Family records start with John Smith, Foster RI, March 23th 1786, only two leaves of family records present. Seller Inventory # 55556

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About this Item: Nahum Haskell, Woodstock VT, 1836. Hardcover. Lacks part of first engraving, several signatures protruding,; 4to; 927 pages; Leather, illlustrated. ** Hills #932 with apocrypha and mentioned 1837 engraved title page. This is not a stereotype edition. **With family records and ownership inscription of G. M . & B. Towns book, Montpelier, Vermont. Good+ lacks one corner of spine label, nice strong binding. Seller Inventory # 47989

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Bible

Published by Charles Gaylord, Boston (1832)

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About this Item: Charles Gaylord, Boston, 1832. Hardcover. Spine rubbed with loss of gilt, two one inch cracks at head; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 932 pages; Mottled leather, 4 broad raised bands, engraved title page, illustrated with 4 woodcuts per plate. **With the family record leaf of Ephraim Moore and Clarrisa Cross, married October 29, 1828. Towns mentioned are Monson, Palmer, Wilbraham, Massachusetts. **See Hills #783. Our copy has both testaments dated 1832. Good of spine, lacks frontispiece, leather worn through at corners and fore-edge, last leaf worn. Seller Inventory # 52673

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Bible

Published by Luther Roby, Concord NH (1846)

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About this Item: Luther Roby, Concord NH, 1846. Hardcover. Moderate foxing, spine rubbed, fore-corners worn but still; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 768, 31 pages; Leather, ornate blind stamping, all edges marbled, wonderful full page wood engravings by John Chorley, the engraved title calls for maps which are not in this copy, the frontispiece shalls the high priest sacrificing a lamb on a burning altar. **Family records of Thomas Witt and Rachel L. Porter, married Dec. 9, 1845, with two columns of records. Good+ a particularly attractive copy. Seller Inventory # 52681

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About this Item: Nahum Haskell, Woodstock VT, 1836. Hardcover. Condition: Good+. Several signatures protruding, one inch crack at base of one hinge.; 4to; 927 pages; Leather, illlustrated. **Hills #932 with apocrypha and mentioned 1837 engraved title page. This is not a stereotype edition. Seller Inventory # 57043

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About this Item: Brattleboro. Published by The Brattleboro Bible Company. Peck, Stern & Co. Agnets. Stereotyped by James Connor, New York. 1832., 1832. 4to. 28cm, 527,[1],78,[vi](family record pages with contemporary eateries), 168,[14],56pp., engraved frontis view & 7 plates, in contemporary full sheep, gilt ruled raised bands, black leather label, gilt titles, rubbed and worn, sound, very foxed, a very good copy (ds1). Seller Inventory # 11200

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Bible. English. 1841. Authorized (i.e., "King James Version").

Published by H. & E. Phinney, Cooperstown, N.Y. (1841)

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About this Item: H. & E. Phinney, Cooperstown, N.Y., 1841. One of the Phinneys' series of stereotyped quarto Bibles, of which 138 editions were published between August 1822 and winter 1848. The Phinney brothers, Henry and Elihu, carried on the business their father, Elihu Phinney, had started in 1795; the elder Phinney had established a press, bookshop, and newspaper after resettling in Cooperstown from Connecticut. James Fenimore Cooper, a delegate to the 1816 convention that formed the American Bible Society, learned to set type in his shop ? for fun (Hills, 69). The younger Phinneys, however, were not to be restricted to one shop: They sold their stock (which consisted of their own publications together with books brought in from Philadelphia and New York) from large travelling wagons and established a "bookboat" on the Erie Canal that enabled them to reach a larger portion of western New York. This edition has the Apocrypha added and 11 woodcut plates in total; the New Testament has a separate title-page. The family record leaves here are mostly unused, but bear a few names with dates from 1845 through 1899. Provenance: Front pastedown with small bookplate of 20th-century collector Michael Zinman. 4to (28.7 cm, 11.3"). Frontis., 576, [4], 99, [3], 579?768 pp.; 10 plts. Hills, English Bible in America, 1100. Binding. see: Wolf, From Gothic Windows to Peacocks, 126. Contemporary goat, embossed in arabesque patterns over a diapered background with central diamond-shaped medallion, spine with gilt-stamped leather title label and compartments gilt extra; worn and abraded with portion of front cover faded, leather rubbed over joints and extremities, spine leather cracking. Hinges tender. Front free endpaper lacking, frontispiece recto used for pencilled list of names, one plate with inked notation on verso and another with pencilled ones. One other plate with pencilled notes in margins, and pencil and ink markings throughout text. Some leaves browned. Seller Inventory # 7995

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About this Item: Peck & Wood, Brattleboro, VT, 1833. Large, thick quarto. "Stereotype Edition" stated on title-page; two frontispieces and six additional full-page wood engravings by A. Anderson. Bound in between the New Testament and Index is the John Brown Concordance, "stereotyped by B. & J. Collins," whose title-page bears no place or date; it is likely that this is the Collins printing of the Concordance often found bound into Bibles of this period. This Bible includes the Old Testament (527 pp.), Apocrypha (78 pp.), New Testament (168 pp.), John Brown's Concordance (56 pp.), an index (9 pp.), tables (3 pp.), and "An Account of the Lives, Sufferings, and Martyrdom, of the Apostles and Evangelists" (2 pp.). Provenance: Late 20th-century book label of Michael Zinman on front pastedown. 4to (29 cm, 11.25"). Frontis., [4 (1 blank)], 5-527, [1], 78, [2 (blank)], frontis., [2 (1 blank)], 3-168, 56, 9, [5], [2 (blank)] pp.; 8 plts. Not in Hills; not in O'Callaghan. Contemporary full sheep with four raised bands on the spine and "Holy Bible" gilt-stamped on a tan morocco spine label. Binding rubbed, joints starting. First two leaves (following the title-page) and pp. 433-436 loosening. Pages 47-48 of the New Testament chipped in outer margin and p. 9 of the index torn, all without loss of text. Pages foxed as expectable. Complete. Seller Inventory # 4703

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