DAILY MAIL, JUNE 23, 1897
The Golden Extra
Printed in gold ink to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee as a keepsake. The section is a history of Queen Victoria's reign to date. The second page is illustrated with Queen Victoria and her family . The last page is a sketch of the Diamond Jubilee Procession as viewed from the Ball of St. Pauls Cathedral. The rest have various articles regarding the famous people, artists, fashions and jubilee celebration activities.
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> PRINTING HISTORY, NINETEENTH CENTURY
> UNITED KINGDOM
> VICTORIA, QUEEN
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> THE JOURNALIST.
> Ricketts, Charles, A DEFENCE OF THE REVIVAL OF PRINTING.
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> Stannard, William John, ANAGLYPTOGRAPHY, MEDALLION ENGRAVING FOR BOOK ILLUSTRATION.
THE HISTORY OF DELAWARE. 1609-1888.
by Scharf, J. Thomas
First edition (Howes S-143). One of the most important of the histories of Delaware. Filled with illustrations. Preliminary pages are foxed and soiled.