Oxford University Press, 1879, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No, Revised
Size: 48mo. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. All edges gilt in good condition. Full gilt stamped leather,"Ihs" blind stamped on front cover, 440 pages, Index of First Lines. This copy belonged to Cuyler Reynolds. His initials C.R. are stamped in gilt on front cover, and there is a gift inscription on front fly leaf: "Cuyler Reynolds from Uncle G. Dexter - Christmas 1879." Corners and spine ends bumped with some wear, leather scuffed/scratched, front and back hinges cracked, small tear top of title page, a child has scribbled in pencil on fly leafs front and back and a few stray marks on other pages, pages 135-138 almost completely torn out (I'm assuming it was not Cuyler who did the scribbling and tearing as he was 13 when he received this book). Some light foxing on last page and facing blank page. Cuyler Reynolds was a journalist, author, and antiquarian librarian, and an important historian of the City of Albany, New York. He was the older brother of architect Marcus T. Reynolds. He was the first curator of the Albany Institute of History and Art and became Director in 1899. He also held the title of Albany City Historian. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1 lb 0 oz. Category: Religion & Theology; Books; Music. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 009927.