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Philadelphia: J. Magee, 1864. with blind stamp of papermaker Southworth CO., folded in half, (creating four pages), decorated with two American flags and the words, "Liberty and Union Forever." Lyrics contain thirteen verses, including those mentioning the Eighth Corps, General Grover and General Sheridan. Printed in red and blue against a white backdrop. Philadelphia: J. Magee, 1864. Fine An exceptional example of this printing that remains fresh and without creases or tears.
Offenburg: Burda, 1961. Profusely illustrated throughout with amazing photographs, some in color. 268 pages with text in German, printed on thin paper, somewhat toned; color pictorial endpapers at front. 4to, gilt-lettered black cloth (spine heavily faded, still a very good solid copy of this uncommon book). Offenburg (Baden): Burda, 1961. First edition. Lacks the dust wrapper, and as usual, the 2 very rare 45rpm records from rear sleeve. In 1960 photographer William Claxton and noted German musicologist Joachim E. Berendt.....
Baltimore: F. Lucas, 1812. Illustrated with some small woodcut vignettes. x, , 6-316pp. Short 8vo, original calf (well-rubbed and worn at edges; both joints repaired; light but persistent foxing throughout; page edges somewhat soft and with a handful of tears, several with some loss of text). Baltimore: F. Lucas, printed by G. Dobbin & Murphy, 1812. First edition. A very good(-) copy of this scarce American imprint, featuring 140 Irish and Scottish airs.