Private collector of rare Mormon books, the 1830 first edition Book of Mormon, Mormon art and artifacts, historic Mormon paintings, autographed historical documents, early Mormon historical photographs, Mormon imprints from Palmyra, Zion, Kirtland, and Nauvoo, and anything related to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
the first book of nephi p 5 chapter i. 5 chapter ii. 11 chapter iii. 13 chapter iv. 20 chapter viii. chapter v. 22 chapter xiii. chapter vi. 29 chapter vii. 31 the book of mormon: an account written by the hand of mor- mon, upon plates taken from the plates of nephi.
Free download or read online Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, Pearl of Great Price pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published in 1950, and was written by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of 1310 pages and is available in Paperback format.
In March, another first-edition Book of Mormon sold for a record 0,000, said Rebecca Weiss, a spokeswoman for Swann Auction Galleries in Manhattan. That copy had a special provenance.
A first edition of the Book of Mormon, the founding text of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was auctioned by EBTH, an online auction house. The starting bid was , but the final.
Having a passion for the beautiful 1830 first edition, I personally researched what needed to be added to this 3 rd replica edition. For it, I interviewed book restorers and printing historians. After locating several Book of Mormon first editions, I brought along my micrometer (for measuring details within 5/100,000 of an inch) and a staff.
Book of Mormon is a very good first revised thus from 1920, this was the first time book was issued in this layout. Blue cloth boards. Shelfwear at head and tail of spine.
EVERYTHING BUT THE HOUSE (EBTH), a premier estate sale marketplace, placed a fine and rare partially-restored copy of the 1830 first edition of the Book of Mormon up for auction today.
This historic heritage edition of the Book of Mormon would make a handsome addition to any home library. Book of Mormon History - in the early 1800's a young boy named Joseph Smith was praying for an answer as to which religion he should join when an angel named Moroni showed him ancient American records.
To the inside front cover are affixed four clippings of descriptions of different versions of first edition copies of the Book of Mormon and of an 1854 edition of the Doctrine and Covenants, along with a clipping describing the origin of the text of the Book of Mormon and a bookplate of the “Shepard Book Company”.
The Rare Book and Special Collections Division has an important collection of early printed books relating to the history of the Latter-day Saints, beginning with two copies of the first edition of The Book of Mormon by Joseph Smith, printed in Palmyra, New York in 1830. More important LDS works.
1830 First Edition Book of Mormon for Sale - this is a fine copy that belonged to James Emmett, a member of The Council of Fifty who established the Kingdom of God on the earth.
The Book of Mormon Historic Publication Site is a historic site located in the village of Palmyra, Wayne County, New York, United States. The historic site includes the E. B. Grandin Building and some neighboring structures. It was in the E. B. Grandin building that Egbert B. Grandin printed and sold the first copies of the Book of Mormon.
The first edition BOOK OF MORMON was printed in 1830 in Palmyra, New York. As few as 500 copies ( out of the original 5,000) have survived. In today's market, nice--above average-- copies of the first edition Book of Mormon sell for around 0,000.
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints now owns the printer’s manuscript of the Book of Mormon — for million, the sellers say. type was set for the first edition (1830).
Well, the first edition of the Book of Mormon was published in Palmyra, New York, in 1830. There were five early editions of the Book of Mormon published that are extremely significant to the LDS faith, the first edition of 1830 being the most important, but also the 1837 Kirtland, the 1840 Nauvoo, the 1841 Liverpool and the 1842 Nauvoo.
While not listed as a translator in the first edition Spanish Book of Mormon, Olivas Vila Aoy heavily influenced its production. For this video the Church used the L. Tom Perry Special Collections’ copy of the 1886 1st edition Spanish Book of Mormon for several scenes, including those where the actor portraying Aoy is holding and reading.
Book of Mormon, 1837 (2nd edition) Joseph Smith and the other Church leaders contemplated a second edition of the Book of Mormon as early as the summer of 1833.  But the loss of the Independence press and the preoccupation of the Kirtland shop with the Doctrine and Covenants, the hymnal, and Evening and Morning Star delayed a second edition until the winter of 1836–37.
Book *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is an exact facsimile reprint of the original, 1830 edition of The Book of Mormon , the authoritative scripture of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This book presents the original transcription of Joseph Smith's dictated translation of the golden.
The Book of Mormon is a volume of holy scripture comparable to the Bible. It is a record of God’s dealings with ancient inhabitants of the Americas and contains the fulness of the everlasting gospel. The book was written by many ancient prophets by the spirit of prophecy and revelation. Their words, written on gold plates.
The third of five videos detailing different artifacts in the Ontario County Historical Museum’s collection! This video will focus on the First Edition Book of Mormon that once had 5,000 copies.
Several angles of the first-edition Book of Mormon, printed in 1830, which sold for ,000 at auction on Feb. 27, 2018. Photo courtesy of Everything But The House.
Softcover. First Edition; First Printing. The complete Book of Mormon, consisting of The First Book of Nephi, Second Book of Nephi, Book of Jacob, Book of Enos, Book of Jarom, Book of Omni, The Words of Mormon, Book of Mosiah, Book of Alma, Book of Helaman, Third Nephi, Fourth Nephi, Book of Mormon, Book of Ether, Book of Moroni.Sep 6, 2016 - My name is REID MOON, owner of Moon's Rare Books in Provo, Utah. I buy, sell and appraise (free of charge) rare Mormon books, documents, photographs and artifacts. On this board, I've put together an assortment of pictures that show the bindings, title pages, and text of the first edition Book of Mormon and other related books. My shop is located in "Zion's Mercantile".
There were five editions of the Book of Mormon printed during the life of Joseph Smith. The first edition  was printed in Palmyra, NY. The second edition  was printed in Kirtland.
Reid Moon, a collector of rare Mormon books, acquired a first edition Book of Mormon signed by Hyrum Smith, the prophet's brother, about one year ago. Where the book has been offers an interesting story.
Prior to 1874, the RLDS used an edition of the Book of Mormon published by James O. Wright (1858, New York), basically a reprinting of the 1840 Nauvoo edition. The first and second RLDS editions (1874, Plano, Illinois; and 1892, Lamoni, Iowa) followed the 1840 text and had their own system of versification.
Jun 14, 2018 · There were 5 printings of the Book of Mormon during Joseph Smith’s life: 1830 (Palmyra), 1837 (Kirtland), 1840 (Nauvoo), 1841 (Liverpool), and 1842 (Nauvoo). When was the first Book of Mormon published? The first Book of Mormon was published in 1830, where 5,000 copies were printed by E.B. Grandin in Palmyra.
By Carol Cratty, CNN (CNN)–Law enforcement agents have recovered a rare first-edition copy of the Book of Mormon that was reported stolen from a Mesa, Arizona, bookstore in late May. The FBI announced Thursday the religious book, first published in 1830 in New York, was located two days ago in Herndon, Virginia, and a suspect was arrested.Private collector of rare Mormon books, the 1830 first edition Book of Mormon, Mormon art and artifacts, historic Mormon paintings, autographed historical documents, early Mormon historical photographs, Mormon imprints from Palmyra, Zion, Kirtland, and Nauvoo, and anything related to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Heart Strings from the Book of Horman: Essays on a Mormon Mother's Memories by Horman, Hermine B and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks.com.
We have perhaps 50 editions of the Book of Mormon in the Book of Mormon Central research library, including the Annotated Edition of the Book of Mormon (AEBOM). In my opinion, the AEBOM is the worst edition of the text ever published. I advise all to avoid.
“There were bound to be some typographical errors in the first edition [of the Book of Mormon], and perhaps an omission of a word or two. Those who have published books under the most careful and favorable circumstances, have, to their dismay, found errors, typographical and mechanical, some of which occurred after the final examination.
BYU students flocked to the Harold B. Lee Library for the chance to hold a rare, first-edition copy of the Book of Mormon. Photo by Bradley Slade “I went over as quickly as I could,” says freshman Rachel J. King (’21), above. She wasn’t after ROC tickets or free Creamery ice cream.
Either the Book of Mormon is what the Prophet Joseph said it is or this Church and its founder are false, fraudulent, a deception from the first instance onward. — President Jeffrey R. Holland, True of False, New Era, June 1995 # 1769 KJV Errors. What are 1769 King James Version edition errors doing in the Book of Mormon? A purported ancient.the book of nephi. 229 229 chapter ii. 231 chapter iii. 235 chapter iv. 238 chapter v. 241 chapter vi. 244 chapter vii. 245 247 chapter ix. 249 chapter x. 253 chapter xi. 254 chapter xii. 256 chapter xiii. 257 chapter xiv. 259 the book of nephi. 260 book of mormon. 262 chapter i. 262 chapter ii. 265 chapter iii. 267 chapter.
Aug 24, 2018 · The first edition BOOK OF MORMON was printed in 1830. Martin Harris, a friend of Joseph Smith, mortgaged his farm for ,000 to finance the printing of 5,000 copies. The printing was done by E. B. Grandin in Palmyra, New York. Now, 185 years later, as few as 500 of the original 5,000 copies have survived.
After comparing the first edition of the Book of Mormon with the 1964 edition we marked the changes on the photocopies of the 1830 edition. Therefore, the text is an exact photographic reproduction of the first edition of the Book of Mormon, and the handwriting shows the changes that would have to be made in the text to bring it into conformity.
The 1841 printing was a faithful reprint of the 1837 Kirtland edition. With the exception of the two Nauvoo editions, all subsequent Book of Mormon editions in English descend from this 1841 Liverpool edition. This is the first Book of Mormon to include an index.
A critical text of the Book of Mormon was published in 1984-1987 by the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies. This is the first published text of the Book of Mormon to show the precise history of many textual variants. Although this textual study of the editions and manuscripts of the Book of Mormon is incomplete and preliminary.
Item Details. A fine and rare partially-restored copy of the 1830 first edition of the Book of Mormon: an Account Written by the Hand of Mormon, Upon Plates taken from the Plates of Nephi, the sacred text of the Latter Day Saints movement and most important original religious work in American history.Published in Palmyra, New York by E. B. Grandin, for the author.For the first edition of the Book of Mormon, Joseph Smith Jr. had to decide how he wanted the book to look.Using the 1830 Bible as a guide, the first edition Book of Mormon was replicated to look the same so people of that time period would easily recognize it. It was agreed upon that 5,000 copies were printed by E. B. Grandin in Palmyra.
The Book of Mormon is a sacred text of the Latter Day Saint movement, which, according to adherents, contains writings of ancient prophets who lived on the American continent from approximately 2200 BC to AD 421. It was first published in March 1830 by Joseph Smith as The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi.
First Edition Book of Mormon Joseph Smith Jr. This is a First Edition Book of Mormon (1830 Book of Mormon) , printed by E. B. Grandin in Palmyra, New York, a bustling city along the Erie Canal.
There were five early editions of the Book of Mormon published that are extremely significant to the LDS faith, the first edition of 1830 being the most important, but also the 1837 Kirtland.
The first edition Book of Mormon is composed in a narrative, paragraph format, uninterrupted by verses and chapters, which many readers will find easier to digest. For those interested in experiencing the original Book of Mormon, this high quality reprint will make a wonderful addition to your library.
This Saturday (June 24, 2015) there will be seven copies of the first edition Book of Mormon  on display at Zion's Mercantile at The Shops at Riverwoods (4801 North University Avenue, Provo, UT 84604). Reid Moon, with Moon's Rare Books, will have these books on display for the public.
Moon’s Rare Books is a collection of rare and antique Bibles, early Mormon books and documents, LDS scripture, classic literature, and early American and European historical documents.We specialize in LDS books, carrying several copies of the First Edition Book of Mormon and First Edition Doctrine and Covenants, as well as other documents which have contributed to Mormon and Utah history.
With printed tabs on every page, a wipeable cover, ribbon bookmark, colorable endsheets, 15 coloring pages (one at the beginning of each book), a Tree of Life reading chart and pages to record a growing testimony, the Primary Edition of the Book of Mormon is the perfect way to encourage scripture study in your little.
18 Rare And First Edition Books That Are Worth Literally A Fortune. Can I borrow 100K? I totally need the copy of the The Wonderful Wizard.
First-edition Book of Mormon sells at auction for ,000. The first edition, printed in 1830, is most precious to members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because Joseph Smith, the faith’s founder, personally oversaw its production in a small storefront printer’s shop in Palmyra, N.Y. Thousands of Mormons visit a restored version of the shop in Palmyra.
Mar 13, 2015 · This is an unusual opportunity to acquire one or both of these important editions of the Book of Mormon. Book of Mormon, 1830 (1 st edition) On June 11, 1829, Joseph Smith deposited the title page of the Book of Mormon with the clerk of the Northern District of New York and obtained a copyright.
On March 26, 1830, an announcement in the Wayne Sentinel, a local Palmyra newspaper, announced the first copies of The Book of Mormon were officially on sale in E.B. Grandin’s bookstore. Since.