Rare & Early 18th Century British 1715 Old Newspaper W/ Nice Masthead Engravings
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Rare & Early 18th Century British 1715 Old Newspaper W/ Nice Masthead Engravings:
Rare & Early 18th Century BRITISH 1715 Old Newspaper w/ Nice Masthead Engravings (Note: additional images are located below the description) Shown is an original & historic old newspaper, offered to enhance your collectible interest: THE POST-MAN, London, May 14, 1715
* Rare & early 18th century issue
* Nice masthead engravings
Quite similar in format to the 'Post-Boy' which we offer, but a much more scarce title. Two nice engravings in the masthead. The front page has various news items with datelines from Genoa, Brussels, Plymouth and the Hague & elsewhere, while the back page is taken up entirely with advertisements save for a report on stock prices.
Complete as a single sheet issue, 8 by 13 3/4 inches, very nice condition. A displayable newspaper.
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