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Morgan Horse Registers We have an entire collection of Morgan Horse Registers. Volume 1 through Volume XXIV Each register will be sold in a separate auction. So please see all our listings. All auctions will close on the same day. Many of these Morgan Horse Registers are very scarce. Particularly the early ones. These are the actual HARD BOUND books. And are NOT the downloadable e-books which are frequently seen for sale! This collection of Registers is in outstanding condition! Given the age of these registers. EACH of them is in beautiful condition! NONE of them have any writing. Missing pages, highlighting, odors. This is an amazing opportunity to fill in your existing collection, or to begin your collection. Many of the register volumes have photographs. And we have noted so when they do. If you are a serious Morgan Horse aficionado looking ... morefor these scarce editions, here is your opportunity. Consignor did Morgan Horse Genology research and found these volumes indispensable. We think you will agree! All of these registers are priced well below what other internet book services have them listed for. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase some of the rarest of Morgan Horse Registers! If you purchase multiple registers. Please wait for your final invoice before paying. Volume II(Two) Title page reads: The Morgan Horse and Register Containing The Names Of All The Animals Registered In Volume 1. With Number Of Page Where Registered; Together With Many Other Horses Registered In Conformity With The Rules Of The Morgan Register. Also A Letter From Mr. Edward F. DeLancey Giving The History Of The Thoroughbred Stallion. Ture Briton(Or Beautiful Bay) Sire Of The Original Morgan Horse And Other Valuable Infomration Illustrated By Joseph Battell Volume II Originally published in 1905 This volume is a reprint of the original 634 pages Binding on this book is tight. There is NO writing. Missing pages, highlighting. Only thing of note is that there is some“age” spotting along the edges of this edition