San Francisco: Privately Printed at the Grabhorn Press, 1937. Limited Edition. Hardcover. No. 95 of 100, quarto size, 140 pp., signed by Ida Denicke. Very Good. Item #16072506
Friedrich Schuenemann-Pott dedicated his life to the freedom of religious thought and the "fundamental right of the human mind". This translation from the original German published in 1873 was done by Schuenemann-Pott's daughter, Ida Denicke, while in her eighties (n. b., info from Denicke's Foreword).
___DESCRIPTION: Quarter blue leather with blue linen-finish paper boards, red leather spine label with gold lettering, photographic frontispiece of Friedrich Schuenemann-Pott with lettered tissue guard, title page in red and black, fourteen decorative initial capitals throughout; quarto size (10.75" tall), 140 pp., signed by Ida Denicke, one of 100 copies, this no. 95.
___CONDITION: Volume is very good, with a bright and clean text block, paper boards show some sunning and minor wear to corners, leather spine has heavy rubbing but is intact with bright blue and red colour.
___CITATION: Grabhorn Press Bibliography, no. 267.
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