[Broadside]: A legal, unexceptional Plan for the ensuing Lottery, 1789. The Merits and Advantages thereof are humbly submitted to the Attention and Approbation of the public. Margray, At his Old Office, no. 137, Fleet-Street, (London,) has opened Subscriptions of One Guinea and a Half, and Sixteen Shillings ...

London: Margray, at his Old Office, 1789.

Price: $800.00

Unbound. Handbill printed both sides. Approximately 5.5" x 9". Printed in orange. Tiny holes in the left margin (possibly stitched together with others at one time), a tiny tear, and a little soiling, very good or better. A physically pleasing lottery invitation, whereby a guinea and a half might become 30,000 Pounds, conducted under the supervision of Margray: "Business has been transacted for upwards of TWENTY YEARS with the strictest Honour and Integrity, Margray has Reason to flatter himself, that the above Mode of adventuring will have the Preference of any other with the judicious and discerning Part of the Public." No doubt.

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[Broadside]: A legal, unexceptional Plan for the ensuing Lottery, 1789. The Merits and Advantages thereof are humbly submitted to the Attention and Approbation of the public. Margray, At his Old Office, no. 137, Fleet-Street, (London,) has opened Subscriptions of One Guinea and a Half, and Sixteen Shillings ...