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The Federalist 1st edition
The Federalist 1st edition has sold well recently at auction, each time bringing in more than $250,000. Here at Nate D. Sanders Auctions in Los Angeles (http://www.NateDSanders.com), we can obtain up to approximately $250,000 or more for you when you consign The Federalist 1st edition to our auction house. As a further benefit, we offer you 0% commission, saving you tens of thousands of dollars versus selling with another company. The Federalist 1st edition is in two volumes.
“On January 1, 1788, the New York publishing firm J. & A. McLean announced that they would publish the first thirty-six essays as a bound volume; that volume was released on March 2 and was titled The Federalist…A second bound volume containing the last forty-nine essays was released on May 28.”
Early in the 21st century, copies of the The Federalist 1st edition have hovered only around the $100,000 price tag, showing that there has been more interest in these important volumes in the last decade.
Of course, The Federalist 1st edition is authored by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and James Madison.
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Here at Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com), we recently sold this similar rare book for $66,435:
Thomas Jefferson Scarce Signed 1st Edition of the First U.S. Census — One of Only a Handful Signed & Ratified by Jefferson
Extremely rare Thomas Jefferson signed first edition of the first U.S. census, one of only a handful of Jefferson signed copies sold at auction in the last 40 years. As Secretary of State, Jefferson called for the first official census, and ratified the results of only a handful, this being one of them, signed boldly ”Th: Jefferson” on page 56. Published in Philadelphia: Childs and Swaine, 1791. Full title reads, ”Return of the Whole Number of Persons Within the Several Districts of the United States, According to ‘An Act Providing for the Enumeration of the Inhabitants of the Unites States’. Printed in a small number for distribution by Thomas Jefferson as Secretary of State, and from his direct descendant, Thomas Jefferson Coolidge Jr., with Mr. Coolidge’s crested label to front pastedown. Bound in 19th century half-morocco and marbled boards, book measures 5” x 7.25”. This copy appears to be one of the very first printings of the first edition, as it lacks the tipped-in late-returning results from South Carolina often found on page 54. The lower margins of pages 34, 42 and 43 have been shaved by binder, otherwise copy is near fine with a touch of toning and foxing. Volume also includes a press copy of an autograph letter signed by Jefferson, affixed to rear endpaper, dated 8 October 1797, measuring 6.5” x 7.75”. Letter concerns a quarterly dividend of ”a few dollars over 300”, payable to Col. James Monroe.
We also sold a handwritten Thomas Jefferson letter regarding the Lewis & Clark expedition for $226,871.
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