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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

£19.99

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Based on his original manuscript, this book takes the reader through the life of a man who was instrumental in the creation of modern-day America. Benjamin Franklin was not only a politician, but also a writer, scientist, inventor, philosopher, and diplomat. He demonstrated the link between lightning and electricity, as well as helping to write the Constitution. This edition, accompanied throughout with beautiful monochrome plates, is a must for anyone wanting to know more about the great man.

This volume is from the Easton Press collection of the One Hundred Greatest Books Ever Written. Each edition has been individually designed with leather bindings and gilt work. The end papers and ribbon bookmark are made of ginger/ gold silk. The book is bound in dark brown with a gilt portrait of Benjamin Franklin contained within an elaborate border. The book is in excellent condition with just a small contact mark on one of the front free end papers.

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Author(s):
Benjamin Franklin
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
17.2 x 26 cms
Edition:
2004
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
233
Publisher:
Easton Press
Title:
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

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Based on his original manuscript, this book takes the reader through the life of a man who was instrumental in the creation of modern-day America. Benjamin Franklin was not only a politician, but also a writer, scientist, inventor, philosopher, and diplomat. He demonstrated the link between lightning and electricity, as well as helping to write the Constitution. This edition, accompanied throughout with beautiful monochrome plates, is a must for anyone wanting to know more about the great man.

This volume is from the Easton Press collection of the One Hundred Greatest Books Ever Written. Each edition has been individually designed with leather bindings and gilt work. The end papers and ribbon bookmark are made of ginger/ gold silk. The book is bound in dark brown with a gilt portrait of Benjamin Franklin contained within an elaborate border. The book is in excellent condition with just a small contact mark on one of the front free end papers.

Author(s):
Benjamin Franklin
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
17.2 x 26 cms
Edition:
2004
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
233
Publisher:
Easton Press
Title:
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

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