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Britannica First Edition Replica Set
Two hundred and thirty years ago--before the United States of America was founded--the world’s first three-volume Encyclodia Britannica was published, establishing a tradition of comprehensiveness and authority in general knowledge that has remained unsurpassed ever since.
See for yourself the first edition of one of the world’s most influential publications with this exact replica of the original, right down to the natural marks of age and watermarks on the pages. These three handsome volumes chart the sum total of human knowledge since 1768.
As an engrossing conversation piece, this set lends an air of prestige and beauty to any home or office library. If you love history or vintage books, you’ll find it difficult to put down the fascinating volumes of the Britannica First Edition Replica Set.
Product Details
For the first time ever with these methodically reproduced volumes, any home or office library can enjoy the prestige of owning a replica of one of the world’s most influential publications. This set of volumes serves as a time capsule of the world’s knowledge in 1768 and is itself a piece of history. For the person who has everything, this ultimate prestige gift is alone in a class of unsurpassed distinction.
What you can expect to find:
Price: 5500/- (INR) inclusive of all taxes.
For further details e-mail us at shop@ebindia.com or call us at +91 - 11 - 4653-6450, 51, 52, 53
 
 
 
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