By Elizabeth Helme
London   Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy
7" by 4" viii, 271, (1)pp
An English translation of Campe's work on Columbus as a teaching tool for the young.
By Elizabeth Helme

1826 Columbus, or the Discovery of America; as related by a Father to his Children and Designed for the Instruction of Youth

London   Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy
7" by 4" viii, 271, (1)pp
An English translation of Campe's work on Columbus as a teaching tool for the young.
£69.99
: 0.5kgs / : LTH11-D-15

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Leather Binding

Bound in quarter leather with gilt lettering. Translated into English by Elizabeth Helme. With a Rowe's bookseller's label to the front pastedown, with ink decoration to the edges. Joachim Heinrich Campe, 1746 – 1818, was a German writer, linguist, educator and publisher. Elizabeth Helme was an English novelist and translator of the 18th century.

Condition

Bound in quarter leather with gilt lettering. There is rubbing and edge wear to the extremities. The front joint is cracked and the rear joints are just starting. Internally, firmly bound. Internally the pages have slight browning to the edges with scattered foxing and marks. With a copperplate ink inscription to the title page. There is only half of the frontis map of the West Indies present.

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