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DescriptionJacqueline Kennedy Inscribed and Signed Presentation Copy of The Burden and the Glory, by John F. Kennedy. New York: Harpers & Row, 1964. Inscription on front blank recto reads: "For Robert Luddington / with deep appreciation / and all my good wishes / Jacqueline Kennedy / Christmas 1965." Octavo. (5.75" x 8.25"). 293 pages. Full blue leather boards with presidential seal stamped in gilt to upper board. Double ruled gilt. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers with blue satin ribbon marker. Slip case is marbled paper over boards with presidential seal stamped in gilt. From the Estate of Robert Luddington.
Condition: Corners and boards just rubbed with several small scuff marks to spine. Moderate edgewear to slip case. Very good.
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