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N.p, Jerusalem, 1880. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition. 13 pressed flowers from the Holy Land w/ descriptions bound in wood (olive?) boards. Text in German and Hebrew. Size: 16mo (very small). Text is in multiple languages. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Previous owner's inscription in ink, neat. The publication date given above is an estimate only, there being no date given in the book. Category: Science & Technology; Botany; Religion & Theology. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 20691. .
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I have been a bookseller since 1986 and closed my shop in 2001 to concentrate on mail order and do some writing. My stock includes a large selection of books on Baseball, True Crime, Ohioana, Botany, Literature, and Music. And I've cowritten two books: Catching Dreams: My Life in the Negro Baseball Leagues with Frazier Robinson (1999) and Jim Tully: American Writer, Irish Rover, Hollywood Brawler with Mark Dawidziak (2011, foreword by Ken Burns). Mark Dawidziak and I have also written introductions to four reissues of Tully's books: Circus Parade (foreword by Harvey Pekar), Shanty Irish (foreword by John Sayles), The Bruiser (foreword by Gerald Early), and Tully's breakthrough book, Beggars of Life.
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