Lot 304 of 541:
Harrisse on early history of New France  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$120
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Notes pour Servir a L'Histoire, a la Bibliographie et a la Cartographie de la Nouelle-France et des Pays Adjacents 1545-1700. Par L'Auteur de la Bibliotheca Americana Vetustissima

Author:
[Harrisse, Henry]

Place:
Paris

Publisher:
Librairie Tross

Date:
1872

Description:

6, xxxiii, [3], 367 + [4] ad pp. (8vo) 20x13.5 cm (8x5¼"), original wappers, bound in 19th century half morocco & boards, spine lettered in gilt, mottled endpapers.

Formerly in the John Crerar Library, with gilt spine numbers, etc., bookplate, perforated stamp to title, a few other markings.


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Wear to spine and extremities, top half inch of spine strip missing; some soiling to original wrappers, darkening to contents which are a bit brittle and have a few short marginal tears; good to very good. Scarce.


 
Item number:
273158
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