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United States - Ephemera continued...

Newspaper
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
1712   imageEphemera. Ephemera. Newspaper

Newspaper -- 1784 Boston "Continental Journal" A rare newspaper and this one is in tatters. Partial pages. Printed by John Gill, Court Street, Boston. Lead story continues the history of the still young America. Sold as is. (Image1) (image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Oct-20, 06:00 PM
Almanac
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
1713   imageEphemera. Ephemera. Almanac

Newspaper -- 1795 "Astronomical Diary or Almanack" Lots going on in 1795. There were two eclipses of the sun and two of the moon during the year. Book is in poor condition, but quite a historical document. (Image1)

Est. 0

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-20, 06:00 PM
Newspaper
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
1714   imageEphemera. Ephemera. Newspaper

Newspaper -- 1795 "The Worcester Spy", originally known as "The Massachusetts Spy" Extremely rare September 9, 1795 original patriotic newspaper. Four-page paper is in fragile condition. The Worcester Spy, originally known as The Massachusetts Spy was founded in 1770 in Boston, Massachusetts by Isaiah Thomas, dedicated to supporting the American Revolution. In 1775, under threat from Boston Tories, Thomas removed the newspaper's presses to Worcester. In 1781, the title was changed to Thomas's Massachusetts Spy: or, The Worcester Gazette. Thomas continued publication of the paper until 1802, when he transferred control of his business concerns to his son. (Image1) (image2) (image3)

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Est. 0

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-20, 06:00 PM
1715   imageEphemera. Newspaper

Newspaper -- 1796 "The Massachusetts Spy Extraordinary" special edition Two-page publication issue dated March 30, 1796 in Worcester. No record of this publication having existed by this name. The mast head follows the format of the original Massachusetts Spy publication and the volume number is XXV. The volume number of The Massachusetts Spy: or, The Worcester Gazette of the previous year was XXIV indicating a name change took place and has not previously been entered into the history of Isiah Thomas or his publications. This copy is in fragile condition. The Worcester Spy, originally known as The Massachusetts Spy was founded in 1770 in Boston, Massachusetts by Isaiah Thomas, dedicated to supporting the American Revolution. In 1775, under threat from Boston Tories, Thomas removed the newspaper's presses to Worcester. In 1781 the title was changed to Thomas's Massachusetts Spy: or, The Worcester Gazette. Thomas continued publication of the paper until 1802, when he transferred control of his business concerns to his son. (Image1) (image2)

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Est. 0

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-20, 06:00 PM
1716   imageEphemera. Newspaper

Newspaper -- 1840 New York and Albany "The Log Cabin" Horace Greeley & Co. newspaper Volume 1, No. 25. Lead story is about presidential nomination of William Henry Harrison. Interesting political stories on inside was well. Typical age wear. Partial separation at main fold. Paper has been folded and will be shipped that way. (Image1) (image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Oct-20, 06:00 PM
1717   imageEphemera. Newspaper

Newspaper -- 1875 Rand, Avery & Co., Boston "Bunker Hill Centennial" Only 100,000 copies published by Rand, Avery & Co., 117 Franklin St, Boston, June 17, 1875. Artist was Frank Henry Temple Bellew. Pages 1, 2, 7, 8 only. Top half of front page is dirty. (Image1) (image2) (image3)

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Est. 0

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-20, 06:00 PM
1718   imageEphemera. Newspaper

Newspaper -- 1878 Franklin County Maine "Phillips Phonograph" Lead story concerns the virtues of tin. Front page and Page 2 only. (Image1)

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CLOSED
Closing..Oct-20, 06:00 PM
1719   imageEphemera. Newspaper

Newspaper -- 1945 Miami Herald Homestead Hurricane headline Historic front page. The 1945 Homestead hurricane was the most intense tropical cyclone to strike the U.S. state of Florida since 1935. It developed east-northeast of the Leeward Islands on September 12. Late on September 15, the hurricane made landfall on Key Largo and then in southern Miami-Dade County, and across Homestead, Florida, where much damage was done and winds were clocked at Homestead Army Air Corps Base at 145 mph. See scan. Front page only. (Image1)

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CLOSED
Closing..Oct-20, 06:00 PM
1720   imageEphemera. Newspaper

Newspaper -- 1787 Massachusetts Centinel Fate of the states issue. Excellent condition. (Image1) (image2) (image3)

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CLOSED
Closing..Oct-20, 06:00 PM

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