JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO NEW YORK AND A TOUR IN SEVERAL OF THE AMERICAN COLONIES IN 1679 - 80 BY JASPAR DANKERS & PETER SLUYTER OF WIEWERD IN FRIESLAND (SIGNED COPY)
Signed by Murphy C. Henry. Volume #1, Translated from the original manuscript in Dutch for the Long Island Historical . Interior of text Is tight, clean & intact. 12 illustrations at rear of text of which 9 are fold outs and six are color tinted. Green pebble cloth binding with gilt title. Top edge gilt. G+ condition is due to the following: A two inch cloth tear by spine heel. Rear hinge has three small cloth holes. Rubbed spine ends & front corners. Nautical; Color tinted Plates; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 440 pages; Signed by Author. Codice inventario libreria 16400
Titolo: JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO NEW YORK AND A TOUR ...
Casa editrice: Long Island Historical Society, Brooklyn
Data di pubblicazione: 1867
Condizione libro: Good+
autografato: Signed by Author(s)
Edizione: First Edition.
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