Subject / Topic: According to EmilyPost.com, “Emily Post was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on October 27, 1872, and educated by governesses and at private schools in Baltimore and New York. She spent her summers at Bar Harbor, Maine, and Tuxedo Park, New York, which her father Bruce Price, a prominent architect, had been commissioned to design and develop….”
Published: 1965; 95th printing. Revised by Elizabeth Post.
Condition: The book is in very good condition to excellent condition (perhaps it was poor etiquette to allow a book to become damaged… or perhaps it was rarely opened?).
Price: Buy-it-now price is $9.95 plus $3.95 shipping & handling (that’s the book – or economy – rate), if not picked up in person. Opening bid if on eBay is $7.50.
# Available: one
Defects, Nicks and/or Blemishes: This book is in very good to excellent condition. Any white shading that shows in the photos is from the camera flash and is not seen in the item itself.
Item Location: Cabot Mill Antiques, Fort Andross, 14 Maine Street, Brunswick ME 04011.
Main Location: Heritage Collectibles at 5 Park, Lewiston ME 04240.
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… John: 207 713 0674 or JSnyder@regroupbiz.com
… Linda: 207 740 2247 or LSnyder@regroupbiz.com
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… Generic Email: HeritageCollectiblesMaine@gmail.com
… Undercover Antique Mall, Route 26, Oxford ME
… Drinker of the Wind Studio, Route 4, Turner ME
… Cabot Mill Antiques, Fort Andross, Brunswick ME
… Bath Antiques Show, Bath Middle School, Bath ME (usually the 2nd Sunday of the month)
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All of the items we offer are vintage, antique or simply pre-owned. Therefore, reasonable wear & tear is to be expected, and our items are sold as seen and as described in the photos and/or in person.
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