Echoes from the Sabine Farm
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Limited to 70 copies on hand made paper, this is # 40 SIGNED by the publisher Francis Wilson. Tipped onto the front endpaper is a hand written letter to Eugene Field Lynch, SIGNED by Eugene Field. Publisher's cloth over plain paper boards, titles in gilt. Extremities rubbed, bumped, soiled and edgeworn, with professional touch up to corners and spine. Spine label with small chips and light abrasions. The interior is in very good condition with hinges professionally reinforced. The front pastedown is adorned with 5 bookplates, including those of Eugene Field, Leigh Lynch, Francis Wilson (publisher), and Charles L. Dana. Bookseller Inventory # 16042601
Title: Echoes from the Sabine Farm
Publisher: New Rochelle: Francis Wilson
Publication Date: 1891
Book Condition: Collectible: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
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