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Franklin Library. Very Good. The Franklin Library; Franklin Center, 1978. Deluxe Leather Collectors Edition. A Near Fine copy. Limited Edition, a volume from the 100 Greatest American Masterpieces. Gilt embossed full leather binding is very nice with sharp corners, AEG are fresh and bright with minimal blemishes. Bound in Fine Genuine Leather - 22kt gold-stamped spine accents - Distinctive raised spine hubs, - Intricate gilt stamped cover designs, - Specially milled acid-neutral paper, - Smyth-sewn pages, - Gilded page edges, - Permanent satin ribbon page-marker. Silk moire coloured endpapers with some fading to margins. Book appears unread. Binding very tight, without signs of shelf wear. 443pp. We pack securely and ship daily w/delivery confirmation on every book. The picture on the listing page is of the actual book for sale. Additional Scan(s) are available for any item, please inquire.
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