Berlin: Druct von Hermann Dusedann, 1901. Later edition. Hardcover. 144pp. Sextodecimo [19 cm] Black cloth, with decorative blind stamped designs on the covers. Very good. Ex-library. The spine and covers are very gently bumped and rubbed, and there is a small numerical paper label across the spine. The underlying boards are just barely peeking through at the corners. There is a tiny stain on the top edge of the rear cover. The pastedowns have a couple of library markings and a previous owner's notations. The notations on the pastedowns that have bled a little onto the opposite pages. There are a couple of 1 inch long cracks in the front endsheet along the hinge. There is a library stamp, along with a tiny numerical notation on the title page. Browned pages. The book is sturdy. Item #34938
Flake 6699. Translated by Daniel Carn. "Voice of Warning" in German. Pratt's Voice of Warning was not the first LDS publication to lay out the tenets and theology of the fledgling Mormon Faith, but it was the first to specifically lay out the differences of Mormonism and other Christian Faiths. One of the most important and early volumes of Mormon doctrine.