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Wed, Aug 18, 2021 09:00AM EDT
Lot 5

Spring Water Versus River Water, NY, 1835

Estimate: $300 - $600

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$500 $20
$1,000 $50
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Spring Water Versus River Water, for Supplying the City of New York, Containing a Compendious Examination of the Internal Supplies, The Method, and Actual Expense of Obtaining Them, written by M. Hale, printed in New York by Marsh & Harrison, 1835, with a fold-out illustration of Levi Disbrow's Water Boring Machinery, the back with a fold-out two plate illustration depicting cross-sections of the ground of New York, bound in a blue gilt leather spine over marbled boards, marbled end papers, gilt top edge, with book plate of Charles George Moller Jr, 5 5/8" x 8 3/4".

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Condition

Good condition, some slight rubbing to edges of boards, title page with some edge wear, fold-outs linen backed, pages clean, binding tight.

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