Advice to young adults Moral Instruction c.1833-8 America 2 leather booksBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
Advice to Youth- Juveniles- Children's books of early 19th century America.
Pair of two pre-1940 American books, both in their original period bindings. Both show signs of time and age, front cover of small black leather book loose, splendid tree-calf binding on second.
Both full leather as issued from publisher, gilt titled, small pocket size format.
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The Young Man's Own Book: A Manual of Politeness, Intellectual Improvement, and Moral Deportment.
1833, Philadelphia, Key & Biddle.
Counsels to Young Men, on Modern Infidelity and the Evidences of Christianity, by John Morison, D.D. c. 1835-8, New York, American Tract Society.
Smallest book measures: 5 1/8" H X 3 1/2" W.
Largest book measures: 6" H X 3 3/4" W.
Pair along the shelf measures: 1 3/4".