• 18 letters, 33 manuscript pp., plus 7 documents, 12 manuscript pp., written in French, Italian, and Spanish, dated 1837-1849.
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  • Paris: Par Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy, Imprimeur du Roy, 1672, Quarto, 8 pages, two tiny marginal ink spots on last page, otherwise a fine fresh clean copy.
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  • Quarto, approximately 694 pages, bound in half black leather, and cloth covered boards, spine badly chipped, portions of back-strip missing, corners and tips worn, covers rubbed and scuffed, letters dated 4 February 1878 to 5 March 1884.
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  • quarto, one page, folded, written in ink in a clear legible hand, postal markings on stamp-less address leaf.
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  • 292 letters, 296 manuscript and typed pages, (no retained mailing envelopes), dated 8 November 1892 to 31 August 1912; plus 23 pieces of related paper ephemera mostly receipts (19) and advertisement proofs (3).
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  • Pocket diary, narrow 12mo, containing 162 day entries, (out of 365 days, three days per page, 63 pages, plus blanks), 11 pages of cash accounts, and 4 pages of memoranda at end. Bound in original bleak leather wallet style binding, in very…
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  • Folio, includes 44 manuscript pages, plus blanks, bound in full leather, hinges cracked, worn, scuffed, rubbed, corners of boards worn through, written in ink in a very legible hand, dated 1786 to 1810, with gaps.
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  • 4 letters, 21 pp., plus 5 stock certificates, and 2 stock purchase receipts, dated 13 December 1890 to 9 February 1923.
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  • Three Volumes, quarto, Manuscript Letter Copy Books containing 1525 pp., with approximately 1500 business letters of four different cashiers for the Ilion Bank, of Ilion, Herkimer County, New York, dated between 1 April 1853 and 7 September 1859. The Ilion Bank, had…
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  • Collection of 856 incoming letters, 957 pages, plus 90 pieces of ephemera, dated 1867-1939, however, only two letters are dated outside the main period of correspondence, the years 1881-1887. The letters are handwritten, in ink, in legible hands, (with no retained mailing…
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