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<B> 1791 - The Art of Making Money Plenty.(Franklin, Benjamin (1703-1790)) A dissected puzzle - John Wallis 1791
1791 - The Art of Making Money Plenty.(Franklin, Benjamin (1703-1790)) A dissected puzzle - John Wallis
Stock #: MISC572
Our Price:  £325.00
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The Art of Making Money Plenty.(Franklin, Benjamin (1703-1790))
Published 10th November 1791 by John Wallis and Engraved by Neele, a well known engraver of the period. This rebus puzzle is based on the homily of Benjamin Franklin on making and keeping money
ie " The Art of Making Money Plenty" also known as "Poor Richard"
The rebus words are taken from proverbs that Franklin created in his "Poor Richard's Almanack"

Poor Richard - Condition - This can be seen from the picture - one piece is missing - otherwise - good - odd dirty spots. A solution can be provided if required.
Postage / As postage often changes it will be provided at time of purchase. Postage will be at cost rounded up to the nearest £1.00 to cover packaging.

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