The United States Constitution Series

The Bill of Rights
limited edition set

An Edition of 25 Copies of a Set of Ten Works by Richard Minsky

The Bill of Rights Edition will be on exhibit at the Louis K. Meisel Gallery April 27-June 3, 2002.

The Third Amendment

No soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.

Issued December 27, 2001

The Third Amendment

Seven Days in May

by Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey, with a dvd of the film starring Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas, directed by John Frankenheimer. 

The Third Amendment sets a clear boundary on military authority. In this classic story the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is seeking to quarter himself in The White House.

Attaché Case: 12" x 14" x 4" (closed). The text of the third amendment is stamped in 23k gold on black board, in a recessed panel inside the felt-lined case cover. There are two compartments, for the book and dvd, each covered in black felt.

The book is bound in blue calf with 23k gold title on spine. Inlaid seal is lacquered inkjet on Rives BFK mounted on 2-ply museum board. Endpapers are blue Canson Mi-Teintes.


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©2001 Richard Minsky