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Philadelphia: 1797. Extremely scarce surviving remnant of an important document signed, 1.75 x 7.75 inches, no date, but almost definitely at the height of his problems in 1797, when Bache decided to sell Benjamin Franklin's house, probably fearing the Federalists would burn it down, in full: "(I) bargain and sell all and every part of my real estate in Philadelphia or elsewhere in Pennsylvania and most especially those two three story brick mansions and the lots of ground on which.....
Columbus: Ward Brothers, 1888. 19 plates bound together and folding out in an accordion format. 24mo, original red cloth with gilt decoration, lacks map, margins lightly soiled, inner hinge strengthened, lightly rubbed near centerfold of last plate with a small loss of the image. (Columbus: Ward Brothers, 1888). Views of the Gettysburg Battlefield, battlefield memorials, and buildings used by Union and Confederate troops.
1786. Exceedingly rare and historically important autographed document signed, 2 pages (front and back), oversize folio, 14.75 x 9 inches, signed twice "Barnabas Binney" (obverse and recto), November 21, 1786. In this document, Binney is agreeing to sell his various accumulated parcels of land under the guidance of Samuel Nicholson, in small part: "...in consideration of the sum of one thousand pounds Pennsylvania currency...I do hereby assign unto Samuel Nicholson, of the County of Franklin, all my right and title.....
Boston: Bradford, Thomas Gamaliel, 1835. Map. Engraving with original hand outline coloring. Image measures 8" x 10". Great map of Pennsylvania and New Jersey divided into counties. Delineates towns, topography and waterways. Minor wear to edges. T.G. Bradford (1802-1887) was a Boston based publisher. He worked as assistant editor of the American Encyclopedia before entering the field of map making.
Harrisburg: James J. Nungesser, 1918. and Townships in the County. With Biographical Sketches. Photo Illus., including portraits. 603pp. 8vo, publisher's 3/4 brown morocco, edges of corners bumped, light browning to endpapers near edges, otherwise very good. Harrisburg: James J. Nungesser, 1918. Internally, a tight bright copy.