Authentic Memoirs of the Revolution in France and of the Sufferings of the Royal Family Deduced Principally from Accounts By Eye-Witnesses
London, Simpkin and R. Marshall, 1817. 0 pp. Cloth. Volume III of France and the French Revolution (Suffering of the Royal Family). Contemporary accounts of the French Revolution. With excellent unworn embossed covers that appear to be original. Covers are bright red and still fresh front and back with browning to spine. Gilt titles remain strong. Spine tails are rubbed and worn through for about 1/4" in patches, but other than that the covers are remarkably well preserved. Pages are clean and very bright for their age with minimal to moderate foxing. First several pages are more heavily foxed. Pages rough-edged at top and sides. A strikingly attractive copy of an extremely scarce title. Benefits the Friends of the Albany, CA library. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Keywords: FRENCH REVOLUTION