1844 COPY OF THE HISTORY OF BERKS & LEBANON COUNTIES PENNSYLVANIA

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Volume is bound in brown leather that is worn at the corners and edges. Boards show some chips at crease of spine and minor separations. Ribbed spine has red leather panel near top with title embossed in gold. There are also some light surface creases on spine from the volume being opened and closed. Front and back covers have gold tooled edging. Binding is tight.

Interior has light surface dirt and some scattered moderate foxing. Title page reads “HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF BERKS AND LEBANON: CONTAINING A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE INDIANS” by I. Daniel Rupp. Printed in Lancaster in 1844. There is a woodcut view of Reading and one of the Court House and Lutheran Church in Lebanon.

Volume meas. 5.25 x 8.00 inches and runs 513 pages with fold-out chart at back. First page has a period ink inscription that reads “THE PROPERTY OF O. H. D. SCHMADER, SHILLINGTON, PA.” Below that in ink is another owner’s name and 1948 date.   [ad]

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