Fair in fair dust jacket. Acceptable condition. Text is clean. Age-toning to pages and DJ. General wear and tear. DJ has scuffing and edgewear (including 3/4" cut out of bottom spine, 1" closed tears along bottom front and back top of DJ, plus other small tears along edges and corners). Cloth has wear and fading along edges and spine and corners are bumped. Previous owner's notations in pencil on ffep.
Good Condition. No Dust Jacket. Signed. Signed by Author. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Ex-Library. Stamp on edges of text-block. Sticker on title page. Pocket and circulation slip on rear endpages. Boards bumped at corners and spine ends. Signed by author on front free endpage. Quantity Available: 1. Signed by Author. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 145633.
8vo. Light blue cloth with red lettering, pictorial dust jacket. 304pp. Near fine/very good. Mild jacket edgewear. Tight and handsome first edition of this apologetic "study" certainly penned from the Southern point of view. Some firsts of this title have all white printed jacket (as here), others a partly-blue printed jacket, but no priority determined. Rather uncommon.
Very Good in Good jacket. First edition, hardcover. Light blue cloth with red titles on spine and front board. 304 pages, Bibliography, index. Very good with head/tail of spine bumped and light shelf wear, and former owner's bookplate on front free endpaper, in a good dust jacket with edgewear at spine and corners and rebbing to panels and folds. Mylar cover on jacket. "This is a Southerner's view of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis and of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the Confederate States of America.
8vo. Light blue cloth with red lettering, pictorial dust jacket. 304pp. Near fine/very good. Jacket mildly edgeworn and a bit rubbed. A tight, attractive first edition of a biased "study" definitely written from the Southern point of view. Interestingly, tipped to front flyleaf is the business card of Ralph G. Newman of Lincoln's New Salem Enterprises. (Newman, 1912-98, was founder of Chicago's noted Abraham Lincoln Book Shop. ) Some firsts of this title have all white printed jacket, others a partly-blue printed jacket (as here), but no priority determined. An unusual copy of an uncommon title.
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