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THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS JEFFERSON by  Thomas JEFFERSON - Hardcover - Signed - 1967 - from Charles Agvent and


by JEFFERSON, Thomas

Condition: Close to Fine in a Near Fine slipcase

Lunenberg: Limited Editions Club, 1967. Hardcover. Close to Fine in a Near Fine slipcase. Lynd Ward. Small quarto (7-1/4" x 10-3/4") bound in blue vellum cloth and harmonizing hand-marbled paper; 384 pages. Printed at the Stinehour Press. Illustrated with 16 full-page two-color lithographs drawn on the stone and 36 part-page drawings by Lynd Ward, the lithographs printed in blue and black. Copy #894 of 1500 SIGNED by the illustrator on the colophon page. Monthly Letter laid in.


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