Thin octavo; vg-/none; black cloth spine with gilt lettering; boards, minor shelf wear and bumping; spotting to the covers; text block, clean; 133pp. ----Unnumbered copy of limited edition of 1500 copies. --Offered as is, spotting. Rockville.
Hardback in slipcase. No dustjacket, as issued. Very Good to Near Fine condition book in Very Good condition slipcase. Light edgewear to slipcase, otherwise Tight, bright, attractive copy with no markings to the book. No statement of later printing on copyright page.
Fine in Lacks Slipcase jacket. Large 8vo. 133pp. Or brown cloth with title in gilt to front & spine. This copy not numbered. Journal of Lucius Chittenden, Register of the Treasury under Lincoln beginning on the day of surrender of Fort Sumter and ending a week before the first Bull Run.
Very Good in None jacket. 133 pages, black cloth covers with gilt stamping which has some chipping and fading. Chittenden was Lincoln's Treasurer and kept a diary of the early days of the Civil War from his office in Washington. Limited to 1500. Clean internally, very good. Record # 409644.
Fine in Fine Slipcase jacket. Quarto. LIMITED TO 1500 COPIES. First publication of this important Civil War journal. Designed by Reynold Hernandez on quality rag paper in a fine clothb ound and gilt slipcase.
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