The Resource California gold! : discovered by Signor D'Alvear's goldometer, the gold seeker's guide!, or, Secret art of finding mines of gold, silver, iron, lead, copper, coal, and other mineral riches

California gold! : discovered by Signor D'Alvear's goldometer, the gold seeker's guide!, or, Secret art of finding mines of gold, silver, iron, lead, copper, coal, and other mineral riches

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California gold! : discovered by Signor D'Alvear's goldometer, the gold seeker's guide!, or, Secret art of finding mines of gold, silver, iron, lead, copper, coal, and other mineral riches
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California gold!
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discovered by Signor D'Alvear's goldometer, the gold seeker's guide!, or, Secret art of finding mines of gold, silver, iron, lead, copper, coal, and other mineral riches
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non fiction
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  • Wreden, William P
  • Roxburghe Club of San Francisco
  • Zamorano Club
  • Grabhorn Press
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  • California
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California gold! : discovered by Signor D'Alvear's goldometer, the gold seeker's guide!, or, Secret art of finding mines of gold, silver, iron, lead, copper, coal, and other mineral riches
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  • Printed in gold, terra-cotta and black in two columns, with type ornament decorations in text
  • At end of text: Grabhorn Print. Reprinted from the Farmers monthly visitor, Concord, N.H., Dec. 31, 1848, for William P. Wreden and his friends in the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs
  • Imprint information supplied by William P. Wreden
  • First lines: The first discovery of gold in California ..
  • Olmsted, D. 40 years, a chronology of announcements & keepsakes: the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco: no. 528
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ocm26956594
Dimensions
58 x 33 cm.
Extent
1 broadside
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California gold! : discovered by Signor D'Alvear's goldometer, the gold seeker's guide!, or, Secret art of finding mines of gold, silver, iron, lead, copper, coal, and other mineral riches
Publication
Note
  • Printed in gold, terra-cotta and black in two columns, with type ornament decorations in text
  • At end of text: Grabhorn Print. Reprinted from the Farmers monthly visitor, Concord, N.H., Dec. 31, 1848, for William P. Wreden and his friends in the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs
  • Imprint information supplied by William P. Wreden
  • First lines: The first discovery of gold in California ..
  • Olmsted, D. 40 years, a chronology of announcements & keepsakes: the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco: no. 528
Control code
ocm26956594
Dimensions
58 x 33 cm.
Extent
1 broadside
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