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Vintage

Leather-Bound Antique Spectator, S/8

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Leather-Bound Antique Spectator, S/8
Leather-Bound Antique Spectator, S/8
Leather-Bound Antique Spectator, S/8
Leather-Bound Antique Spectator, S/8
Leather-Bound Antique Spectator, S/8
Leather-Bound Antique Spectator, S/8
Leather-Bound Antique Spectator, S/8
Leather-Bound Antique Spectator, S/8

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Good; small bit of wear to covers, age-related page foxing
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
14.75" L x 6" W x 8.75" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

Eight volumes of The Christian Spectator written by Yale faculty members quarterly, the precursor of the Yale Review. Three-quarter leather with marbleized boards, page stacks and end pages. Spines with gilt rule on sides of raised bands, dark label panels with gilt lettering, volume number and year. Hand-stamped with the owner's name, thus it is known that these books belonged to J. M. Grant. New Haven: Stephen Cooke, 1830 to 1838.
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About DecadesofVintage

I love old books. I like to read them, to look at them, to decorate with them, and to use them for the perfect present (the ultimate form of recycling). I have been arranging my book shelves by color for quite a while and after helping friends and clients do the same, and seeing the growing trend, I decided to sell decorative book collections, thus DecadesofVintage. For me, decorating with books is like painting a picture or telling a story.