Dining-Eating Habits of Hebrews in Biblical Times - 1833 Engraving For Sale
Dining-Eating Habits of Hebrews in Biblical Times - 1833 Engraving:
British Parliament 1925 Vintage Lithograph
1833 Biblical Dictionary Pages - Dining & Eating Habits of Hebrews in Biblical Times - 1833 Engraving
Two pages with accompanying engraving (Fronts shown only)
Published by Crocker & Brewster (1818–1876), a leading publishing house in Boston Mass.
Very sound pages but showing their age
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Unrelated Text on Reverse
Great for School Projects
Full Page Size: 6.5" X 4"
Condition: Excellent - VeryGood - Good++ - Fair - Poor (but of historical interest)
Some considerable age & handling on this piece of history - wrinkles, right edge faults
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