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Everybody's Law Book Vol. II No. 187 copyright 1887

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Condition: Used


This is a small 5 x 7.25" softcover book from "The Leisure Hour Library" set, titled "Everybody's Law Book" * A Compendium of Business and Domestic Law for the masses. F.M. Lupton, Publisher No. 68 Murray Street, New York copyright 1887. This is a first edition. "By John Shirley". It has 124 pages in addition to four pages of Index. There is a lot of discoloration (the pages are not bright white and the first couple of pages have quite a few brown "dots" which I think is called foxing. Most of the interior doesn't have this until you get to the last few pages. The binding is tight, meaning there are no loose pages. The cover has some chips and the lower right corner has been cut off. Not in bad shape considering it's age. Someone name "John Engle" had his name stamped on the first interior page, above the title.


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