Título: HARPER'S WEEKLY -- September 14, 1861 -- ...
Editorial: New York: Harper Brothers, 1861, New York
Año de publicación: 1861
Encuadernación: Illustrated Cover - Disbound
Ilustrador: Winslow Homer - Alexander Simplot - James Guire -
Condición del libro: Very Good ..
Edición: First Edition - Original Issue
Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Very Good . First Edition - Original Issue. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. **** This is an Old, Historic and Scarce Paper which has the Earmarks in Content and Condition that could result in a Handsome increase in Value while in your possession **** -- This is an Original, complete issue of 16 pages dated September 14, 1861 -- Vol. 5, No. 246 -- Illustrated with wood cut engravings -- Covers and contents are tight, nice condition -- The Front cover has an engraving by WINSLOW HOMER titled "Flag-Officer Stringham" -- Also on the Front cover are two other engravings, one titled "Major-General Butler", the other titled "Bombardment Of Forts Hatteras And Clark By The United States Fleet, Under Flag-Officer Stringham, U.S.N." -- Page 580 has two engravings, one titled "Brig.-Gen. Rosecrans, U.S.A., Commanding United States Forces In Western Virginia", the other titled "Rebel Prisoners Leaving Baltimore For Fortress Monroe" -- Page 581 has a full page engraving titled "The Naval Battery (Rebel) At Manassas Junction" -- Page 582 has two engravings, one by Alexander Simplot titled "The Ohio Levee At Cairo", the other by James Guire titled "Arrival Of The Twenty-Second Indiana Volunteers, Colonel J. C. Davis, At St. Louis, Missouri" -- Page 583 has two engravings, one titled "Aqueduct Of The Chesapeake And Ohio Canal, At The Mouth Of The Monocacy--Present Position Of General Banks's Army", the other titled "A Southern Family Flying North To Escape The Rebel Banditti" -- Pages 584 & 585 have an excellent double page centerfold engraving titled "Departure Of The Great Southern Expedition, Under General Butler, From Fortress Monroe" -- This issue also contains a portion of the serialization of the story "A Strange Story" by Sir E. Bulwer Lytton -- Many other engravings and articles related to events occurring at the time -- This paper is technically referred to as a periodical; actually it is a Historical Document, recording events at the time of their occurrence -- An excellent opportunity for the Historian, Researcher or Collector. ---- We store and ship each Harper's Weekly issue in a large zip lock plastic sleeve with a board insert for stiffness. They are shipped flat and never folded or rolled up. All this attention to maintain quality enhances the condition of the product delivered to you. ----. N° de ref. de la librería 015038
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