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Im Dienste Jehovah's

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New York: Kunstdruck und Verlag von Ernst Kaufmann, n.y.. Hardcover. Small 8vo. Glossy pictorial paper over boards with green cloth spine. (24pp). 6 full-page chromolithographs. Very good. Faint binding edgewear, else internally near fine. Tight and attractive slim title appears to have been published without title page; front cover title translates "In the Service of Jehovah." Consists of several brief Biblical lessons, entirely in German. Lower left corner of front board notes "No. 1915," suggesting this is part of a lengthy series of Biblical lessons for juveniles. Undated, but apparently of turn-of-the-century (1900) vintage. Handsome and charming, with fun front board graphic.


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