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Posted by Gina Hollingworth on January 03, 19101 at 03:49:55:
In Reply to: Re: Uncle Tom's Cabin very old edition Harriet Beecher Stowe posted by Dolly on December 30, 19100 at 00:33:22:
I don't know about this book, but found your post while searching for a value on a Book I have, by Daniel Defoe.
There are many similarities.
It is 'Robinson Crusoe' and it also a hard copy, it has no print date but has a color illustration on the front inside cover page, The name of the book and writer and 'Seventy illustrations', also 'Newark, NJ. Charles E. Graham and New York', printed on the opposite of the Color illustration.
I will let you know if I find anything pertaining to your book in my search.
: : I have a hard copy of Louisa May Alcott's Uncle Tom's
: : Cabin in fair condition. The edition I have is A Bridged
: : for use in schools. It has 60 illustrations including
: : the inside cover page of Uncle Tom and little Eva
: : that appears to be hand painted. There is no copyright
: : date but was published in Newark, N.J. by Charles
: : E. Graham & Co. New York. This particular edition also
: : includes Flower Fables in the back including "The Frost-
: : King; or, The Power of Love".This book is in one piece
: : but has some small binding damage. The hard cover is hand
: : painted in red and black and is still visable. Please
: : let me know if anyone is interested or knows anywhere
: : I can get information on it's value if any.
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