1866 GETTYSBURG IMPRINT “THE HORSEMAN’S FRIEND”

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Small hardcover volume meas. approx. 4.00 x 5.50 inches. Covers are marbled with a cloth tape spine as published. This little volume covers diverse problems one can encounter in horse care.

Full title of the volume is “THE HORSEMAN’S FRIEND OR POCKET COUNSELLOR” by George Colby and published by J. E. WIBLE…NORTH-EAST COR. OF THE DIAMOND” in Gettysburg.

Interior runs 30 pages with an index at the back. Pages are mostly clean with a few having one or two spots of foxing. Inside back cover and last few pages are browning. Tightly bound.

Exterior of covers show light wear.   [ad]

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