Published in 1873 by Robert Brothers, Boston, this is a well-loved, well-traveled, but perhaps not well-handled, early edition of Amos Bronson Alcott's Concord Days.


While the book condition is poor; the content written words are priceless. (Yes, that's a way of saying this is a collectible Broson Alcott book but it's in rough shape!) 


We don't want to insult this mighty, yet wee, blue volume too much, but in brief, it's cosmetically rough, yet suprisingly still well bound. Signs of ex-library markings on spine. The Gold gilt on the cover and spine remain nicely bright and crisp. 


Pages are clean with some normal age-related foxing and some have odd pencil lines as though someone fell asleep and dragged their pencil across a few of the pages a few times. How and why would anyone fall asleep reading Bronson Alcott is a mystery to us! We know you wouldn't, and if you want this early edition, it will be so happy to come to you for some new love. 

Concord Days, by Amos Bronson Alcott

SKU: S-1000