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Harper's Weekly September 13, 1862 - Civil War Iron-clad Navy

Harper's Weekly September 13, 1862 - Civil War Iron-clad Navy

Condition: Good +

Harper's Weekly, 1862. Good +. Two-page illustration pp 583-586 from Harper's Weekly September 13, 1862: "OUR NEW IRON-CLAD NAVY,—From Mathematical Drawings. - Sketched by Mr. F. Meyer"; Two-page composite sketch and six insets including MONITOR, ONONDAGA, KAATSKILL, PASSAIC, MONTAUK, WOODNA, ROANOKE, WINONA, IRONSIDES, NAUGATUCK, BROOKLYN, and PURITAN. Map of "the seat of war in Virginia" p.583, short article on the ironclads and part of a longer fiction article p. 586. Good+: outer edge bumped and half-inch tear with no loss, inner corner creased with small tear.


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