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Gough's History, 1790

Yale Burge Antiques

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Gough's History, 1790
Gough's History, 1790
Gough's History, 1790
Gough's History, 1790

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Antique; 18th century
Very Good; age-appropriate wear to covers; contents excellent
Country of Origin:
8.5" L x 5.5" W x 1.5" H

Why We Love This

Two marbelized leather-bound hardcovers, volumes III and IV of A History of the People Called Quakers from Their First Rise to the Present, by John Gough, 1790, published in Dublin and printed by Robert Jackson. Each 500-plus pages.
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About Yale Burge Antiques

Yale Burge Antiques Inc. has been a premier supplier of home furnishings and accessories since the 1950s, and offers an exceptional combination of styles from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. A favorite trade resource for discriminating designers, Yale Burge specializes in English and French designs, and also includes more exotic offerings from the Near and Far East. Fine art, prints, and photography are also a specialty.