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Auctioneer Quinn's Auction Galleries 703-532-5632
Auction Date Dec 01 Auction
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Falls Church, VA
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Lot: 1 - 5 Books: 4 Easton Press, 1 signed Franklin Library

[Easton Press/Franklin Library] 5 Titles. ++ John Gregory Dunne. THE RED WHITE AND BLUE: A NOVEL. Franklin Library, 1987. Signed by author on the inserted leaf. ++ Charles Baudelaire. FLOWERS OF EVIL. Easton Press, (1977). ++ Harriet Beecher Stowe.

Lot: 2 - 6 Easton Press: Darwin, Thoreau, Poe, 2 others.

[Easton Press] 6 Titles. ++ Charles Darwin. ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES… (1976). ++ THE DESCENT OF MAN AND SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX. (1979). ++ Edgar Allan Poe. TALES OF MYSTERY & IMAGINATION. (1975). ++ THE POEMS OF ROBERT BROWNING. (1979).

Lot: 3 - 7 books: Defoe, Franklin, Emerson, Dante...

[Easton Press] 7 Titles. ++ THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. (1976). ++ Dante Alighieri. THE DIVINE COMEDY. (1978). ++ RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM. (1976). Minor foxing to frontis. ++ (Daniel Defoe.) A JOURNAL OF THE PLAGUE YEAR, &c. (1978). ++

Lot: 4 - FLY FISHERMAN’S GOLD. 24 Vols. Derrydale,

[Fishing/Derrydale Press] FLY FISHERMAN’S GOLD. (Series title on front covers.) 24 Vols. Lyon, MS: Derrydale Press, 1993-1995. #1265 of 2500 sets. 8vo. Orig light brown leather with front cover decorations in black and gilt, aeg. Near fine.

Lot: 5 - THE CHACE... Fore Edge painting of horses & hound.

[Fore Edge Painting] William Somerville. THE CHACE, A POEM…. A New Edition. With A Critical Essay by by J. Aitkin, M. D. Lon: T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, 1796. 6 plates after T. Stothard (this edition being the first to include

Lot: 6 - MEYER’S LEXIKON. 12 Vols. 1924-30. Half

[German Illustrated Encyclopedic Dictionary] MEYER’S LEXIKON. Bibliographisches Institut, 1924-1930. 12 Vols (A-Z), without the 13th volume issued in 1931, which is advertised at the end of Vol XII. Many plates (some color). Several ads from

Lot: 7 - 9 signed books: 2 by Dan Kavanagh, 7 Martin Amis.

[Amis/Kavanagh] 9 Signed Books. ++ Dan Kavanagh. DUFFY. Signed by Kavanagh on title page. Lon: Jonathan Cape, (1980). 1st edition. ++ Dan Kavanagh. GOING TO THE DOGS. Signed by Kavanagh on half title. (Lon): Viking, (1987). 1st edition. At least 2

Lot: 8 - 17 signed books: Martin Amis, mostly firsts.

Amis, Martin. 17 Signed Books, mostly 1st edition or 1st American edition. ++ 2 editions: Martin Amis. THE INFORMATION. Flamingo/HarperCollins, (1995); and NY: Harmony Books (1995). ++ 2 editions: HOUSE OF MEETINGS. Jonathan Cape, (2006); and Knopf,

Lot: 9 - Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night... 16 Vols

[Arabian Nights] THE BOOK OF THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND A NIGHT: A Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights Entertainments Translated and Annotated by Richard F Burton. Privately Printed by the Burton Club. (At bottom of versos of title

Lot: 10 - 3 books incl: FLAUBERT'S PARROT, signed by Barnes.

Barnes, Julian. 3 Vols (1 signed). ++ FLAUBERT’S PARROT. Signed on title page. Lon: Jonathan Cape. 1st edition (“First Published 1984” on c-page. Dj price is “8.50 Net/ In UK only.”) ++ FLAUBERT’S PARROT. Alfred A.

Lot: 11 - 8 Julian Barnes signed books incl. METROLAND.

Barnes, Julian. 8 Signed Books. 8vo. Hardcover, 3 in dj. ++ METROLAND. Signed on title page. Lon: Jonathan Cape, (1980). Barnes’ first book. 1st edition, in 2nd issue dj: The first issue dj was issued with a 6.50 price sticker at the lower

Lot: 12 - 9 books signed by Julian Barnes incl CROSS CHANNEL

Barnes, Julian. 9 Signed Books. ++ CROSS CHANNEL. Lon: Jonathan Cape, (1996). 1st edition. ++ CROSS CHANNEL. Alfred A. Knopf, 1996. Review copy: Publisher’s flyer and stock photo of the author placed in loose. ++ LOVE, ETC. Jonathan Cape,

Lot: 13 - 15 books by Julian Barnes (7 signed).

Barnes, Julian. 15 Vols (7 signed). Signed books are as follows: ++ THE PORCUPINE. Lon: Jonathan Cape, (1992). 1st trade edition. Signed on title page. ++ Julian Barnes. THE PEDANT IN THE KITCHEN. Lon: Atlantic Books/Guardian, (2003). Signed on

Lot: 14 - 4 signed limited editions: John Barth.

Barth, John. 4 Signed Limited Editions. ++ TODD ANDREWS TO THE AUTHOR: A LETTER FROM LETTERS. Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1979. Total of 350 issued; #159 of 350 signed by Barth. Consists of an “ extract from a forthcoming book

Lot: 15 - 5 John Barth firsts (4 signed).

Barth, John. 5 Firsts (4 signed). ++ THE FLOATING OPERA. Signed on half title. NY: Appleton- Century- Crofts, Inc., (1956). 1st edition of Barth’s 1st book, with “1” below text on last text page. FPAA, Vol II, p27. Dj toned, edgeworn.

Lot: 16 - 9 Books (8 signed by John Barth).

Barth, John. 9 Vols (8 Signed). ++ THE FLOATING OPERA. Signed on title page. NY: Appleton- Century- Crofts, Inc., (1956). 1st edition of Barth’s 1st book with “1” below text on last text page. FPAA, Vol II, p27. Hinges cracked,

Lot: 17 - 5 First Editions: Saul Bellow.

Bellow, Saul. 5 First Editions. 8vo. Hardcover, 4 in dj, 1 in slipcase. ++ THE ADVENTURES OF AUGIE MARCH. Viking Press, 1953. 1st edition of Bellow’s 3rd book. Base of c-page: “Printed in the U.S.A. by the Vail-Ballou Press, Inc.”


Doyle, A. Conan. THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. Lon: George Newnes, 1892. 1st edition in book form. 1st state of text (“...Miss Violent Hunter…” in 5th to last line of last text page, later “..Miss Violet Hunter…”


Doyle, Arthur Conan. THE MEMOIRS OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. Illustrations by Sidney Paget. Lon: George Newnes, 1894. 1st edition in book form, consisting of 11 Sherlock Holmes cases, ending with his apparent death in a struggle with Professor Moriarty.

Lot: 20 - Doyle. MEMOIRS OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. 1894. 1st US ed

Doyle, Arthur Conan. MEMOIRS OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. Harper & Brothers, 1894. 1st American edition. Includes “The Card-Board Box” (Adventure XIV), which the publisher excluded from the 1st English edition in book form either because it was too

Lot: 21 - THE STRAND MAGAZINE. 17 Vols. Sherlock Holmes.

Doyle, Arthur Conan. THE STRAND MAGAZINE. 17 Vols: Vols II-V, X-XIII, XV, XVIII-XIX, XXII-XXIII, XXVI-XXVIII, XLIX. (Each vol semiannual, July 1891 to June 1893, July 1895 to June 1897, Jan.-June 1898, July 1899-June 1900, July 1901-June 1902, July


Doyle, Arthur Conan/ H. G. Wells]. THE STRAND MAGAZINE. 3 Vols: Vols V, XXII-XXIII (Jan.-June 1893, July-Dec. 1901, and Jan.-June 1902). Lon: George Newnes. ++ Vols XXII-XXIII include a complete THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES. ANOTHER ADVENTURE OF

Lot: 23 - 5 Books incl: THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES, 1905.

Doyle, Arthur Conan. 5 Titles. ++ SONGS OF ACTION. Lon: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1898. 1st edition in book form. Green and Gibson A23. 12mo. Navy blue cloth lettered in gilt. Rough cut top edge, fore and tail edges uncut. Very good. Bookplate on front

Lot: 24 - THE BAKER STREET JOURNAL. 67 issues, 1946-1992.

[Doyle, Arthur Conan] THE BAKER STREET JOURNAL: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana. 67 issues: Vol I, No. 1 to Vol II, No. 4 (1946-1947, 8 issues); New Series, Vols 25-35 (44 issues, Mar. 1975 to Dec. 1985); New Series, Vol 37, No. 4 (Dec. 1987);

Lot: 25 - GWENDOLEN. A Sequel... Daniel Deronda. 1878.

Eliot, George. GWENDOLEN. A Sequel to George Eliot’s Daniel Deronda. Library Edition. Boston: Ira Bradley and Co., 1878. Written anonymously. Attributed to Anna Clay Beecher. Title of Chapter I is “Reclaimed.” Green cloth. Cocked,


Emerson, Ralph Waldo. MEMOIRS OF MARGARET FULLER OSSOLI. 2 Vols. Bos: Phillips, Sampson and Company, 1852. 1st edition. “Edited by Emerson in collaboration with James Freeman Clarke and W. H. Channing.” -BAL 5222. Includes Emerson’s

Lot: 27 - 3 Firsts: THE HAMLET + THE TOWN + THE MANSION.

Faulkner, William. 3 First Editions. (together, the Snopes Trilogy.) NY: Random House. 8vo. ++ THE HAMLET. 1940. Black cloth stamped in red and gold. Top edge red. Very good, lacking dj. Petersen A20a-A20b. ++ THE TOWN. (1957). 1st printing: p327,

Lot: 28 - 3 Firsts: A FABLE + KNIGHT'S GAMBIT + BIG WOODS.

Faulkner, William. 3 Firsts. NY: Random House. 8vo. ++ A FABLE. (1954). 1st trade edition. Petersen. A31a. Maroon cloth with crosses on front cover stamped in black and blind. Very good, Top edge’s blue-gray stain faded and now barely visible.

Lot: 29 - 5 Firsts incl: Faulkner. INTRUDER IN THE DUST.

Faulkner, William. 5 First Editions. ++ INTRUDER IN THE DUST. Random House, (1948). 1st printing of Faulkner’s first novel to be published after an interruption of 6 years. Petersen A24b. Black cloth lettered in blue and gilt, top edge blue, dj

Lot: 30 - 5 Books incl: Faulkner. SOLDIERS' PAY. 1st prtg.

Faulkner, William. 5 Titles. 8vo. Orig cloth, lacking djs. ++ SOLDIERS’ PAY. Boni & Liveright, 1926. 1st printing of Faulkner’s 1st book. Navy blue cloth lettered in yellow on front cover and spine, blue and white eps. Spine’s

Lot: 31 - Signed, inscr by Fitzgerald: THIS SIDE OF PARADISE

Fitzgerald, F. Scott. THIS SIDE OF PARADISE. NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1920. First Edition, Ninth Printing dated October, 1920 on copyright page [first printing was March 1920]. 8vo. Original green cloth, fine condition, gilt spine bright.

Lot: 32 - Fitzgerald 1st: THE BEAUTIFUL & THE DAMNED.

Fitzgerald, F. Scott. First edition of THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE DAMNED, 1922. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1922. 1st edition, 1st printing, Date on title, “Published March, 1922” on c-page, with the Scribner’s seal omitted from the

Lot: 33 - 3 Books incl Fitzgerald. FLAPPERS AND PHILOSOPHERS

Fitzgerald, F. Scott. 3 Titles. ++ FLAPPERS AND PHILOSOPHERS. NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1920. 1st edition, 1st printing (Scribner’s seal on c-page, half title’s verso is blank, and “panoply” on p152, line 23). Bruccoli

Lot: 34 - Fleming. CASINO ROYALE. Macmllan, 1954. 1st US ed.

Fleming, Ian. CASINO ROYALE. Macmillan Company, 1954. 1st American edition, in early state (technically the 2nd state) dj: Paul Gallico quote and “$2.75” price still present on front flap. As is true of most early djs, the publisher clipped

Lot: 35 - Fleming. LIVE AND LET DIE. 1955. 1st US ed. in dj

Fleming, Ian. LIVE AND LET DIE. Macmillan, 1955. 1st American edition of the 1st James Bond book. “$3.00” dj price. Both corners of front flap clipped by publisher. “A Cock Robin Thriller” at bottom of front dj panel, logo at top

Lot: 36 - Fleming. DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER (1956). 1st ed.

Fleming, Ian. DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER. Lon: Jonathan Cape, (1956). 1st edition. “12s 6d Net” dj price. 8vo. Orig black cloth effect paper-covered boards lettered in silver with silver jewel at center of front cover and diamond pattern

Lot: 37 - Ian Fleming. DR. NO. Jonathan Cape, (1958).

Fleming, Ian. DR NO. Lon: Jonathan Cape, (1958). 1st edition in 2nd state binding (with Honeychilde Ryder silhouette in brown on front cover). DJ designed by Pat Marriott. “13s. 6d. Net” dj price. 8vo. Slightly cocked. Eps and white areas

Lot: 38 - Ian Fleming. GOLDFINGER. (1959). 1st edition.

Fleming, Ian GOLDFINGER. Lon: Jonathan Cape, (1959). 8vo. Orig black texturized paper simulating cloth, gold coins in skull’s eye sockets. Very good in very good dj with creasing and small tears to spine ends and upper edge. 1st edition

Lot: 39 - Ian Fleming, 1966 First Edition OCTOPUSSY in dj.

Fleming, Ian. 1966 First edition OCTOPUSSY in dust jacket. ++ OCTOPUSSY AND THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS. Cape, (1966). 1st edition. Dark brown texturized paper simulating cloth. Gilt lettering on front cover and spine. Dj designed by Richard Chopping. Dj


Fleming, Ian. 2 First American Editions. ++ MOONRAKER. Macmillan Company, 1955. ++ DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER. Macmillan, 1956. ++ 1st US editions of the 2nd and 3rd James Bond books. “First Edition” on both c-pages. Both have “$2.75”

Lot: 41 - 3 Books: James Bond Blofeld Trilogy, in djs.

Fleming, Ian. 3 James Bond titles, together comprising the “Blofeld” trilogy. The 8th, 10th, and 11th James Bond books, Blofeld not having appeared in Fleming's 9th book. Lon: Jonathan Cape. 8vo. ++ THUNDERBALL. (1961). 1st edition,

Lot: 42 - 4 Bond, 3 American Firsts w/ YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE.

Fleming, Ian. 4 titles, 3 American first editions. ++ THE SPY WHO LOVED ME. Viking Press, (1962). 1st American edition, “$3.95” dj price. 8vo. Light brown top edge, brown eps. Cloth, in dj. Near fine in very good dj with minor creasing to

Lot: 43 - 5 Titles: Ian Fleming. GOLDFINGER, GOLDEN GUN...

Fleming, Ian. 5 Titles. Lon: Jonathan Cape. 8vo. Very good to near fine. ++ THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN. (1965). 1st edition, 2nd binding (front cover does not have blocked golden gun). Chips to dj’s spine crown. “18s Net” dj price. ++

Lot: 44 - 6 James Bond books: 5 signed by John Gardner.

[Ian Fleming Association] 6 Titles (5 signed). First 6 books in John Gardner's continuation of the James Bond series. All except “For Special Services” are signed on title page. 8vo. Very good to near fine, 2 remaindered on tail edge of

Lot: 45 - 7 Richard Ford firsts incl: A PIECE OF MY HEART.

Ford, Richard. 7 Firsts. ++ A PIECE OF MY HEART. Harper & Row, (1976). 1st edition of Ford’s 1st book. ++ THE ULTIMATE GOOD LUCK. 1981. 1st edition of Ford’s 2nd book. Small tears and edgewear to dj, slight toning to dj. ++ INDEPENDENCE

Lot: 46 - 16 books signed by Richard Ford (mostly firsts).

Ford, Richard. 16 Signed Books, mostly 1st edition or 1st British edition. 14 hardcover in dj and 8vo. 2 softcover. Very good to near fine. ++ THE GRANTA BOOK OF THE AMERICAN LONG STORY. Lon: Granta, (1998). ++ WILDLIFE. Atlantic Monthly Press,

Lot: 47 - 11 MacDonald Flashman books w/ 2 sgd limited eds.

Fraser, George MacDonald. 11 Titles, mostly 1st editions with 2 limited signed editions, of the FLASHMAN series by George F. MacDonald. ++ FLASHMAN AND THE ANGEL OF THE LORD. Scorpion Press, (1994). One of 119 signed on inserted limitation leaf; #71

Lot: 48 - 9 MacDonald Flashman books: American First Eds.

Fraser, George MacDonald. 9 Titles, mostly 1st American editions, of the FLASHMAN series by George F. MacDonald. ++ FLASHMAN FROM THE FLASHMAN PAPERS 1839-1842. Knopf, (1969), (“70-” LCCN). ++ FLASH FOR FREEDOM! Knopf, 1972. Dj worn and

Lot: 49 - Hemingway. THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA. 1st issue dj.

Hemingway, Ernest. THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1952. 1st edition, in 1st issue dj: Rear panel’s Hemingway photo has a significant amount of blue ink. “$3.00” dj price and no mention of the Nobel Prize that


Hemingway, Ernest. 2 First Editions. ++ A FAREWELL TO ARMS. 1929. 1st issue, without the legal disclaimer. C-page has Scribner’s seal. Hanneman A8a. 8vo. Black cloth with gold paper label printed in black on spine and front cover. Very good,

Lot: 51 - 3 Books incl FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS. 1st issue dj

Hemingway, Ernest. 3 Titles. ++ FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1940. 1st edition, in 1st issue dj (photographer’s name omitted from rear panel, “$2.75” dj price). Hanneman A18a. Nubby beige cloth, top edge

Lot: 52 - 4 Hemingway firsts incl: THE NICK ADAMS STORIES.

Hemingway, Ernest. 4 Titles. NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons. 8vo. ++ THE NICK ADAMS STORIES. (1972). 1st edition, “A-4.72(V)” on c-page. Blue cloth, orange eps. Very good. Dj price clipped, tears and wear to dj’s spine ends. ++ A

Lot: 53 - 6 Books incl: Ernest Hemingway, THE FIFTH COLUMN.

Hemingway, Ernest. 6 Titles. ++ TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT. Lon: Jonathan Cape, (1937). 1st British edition. “7s. 6d. net” dj price. Hanneman A40a. 8vo. Blue cloth; very good in dj with chipping to dj’s spine ends, short tears to dj, rear

Lot: 54 - 4 books incl: Hemingway. WINNER TAKE NOTHING, 1933

[Hemingway/Aiken] 4 Titles. ++ Ernest Hemingway. WINNER TAKE NOTHING. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1933. 1st collected edition: P. 159 omits a “t” (for “...wo hundred and twenty-five pounds...” Seal and “A” on c-page.

Lot: 55 - 3 Books incl THE SECOND JUNGLE BOOK, 1st edition.

Kipling, Rudyard. 3 Titles. ++ THE SECOND JUNGLE BOOK. Decorated by John Lockwood Kipling. NY: Century Co., 1895. 1st edition (preceding the 1st British by 3 days, with textual differences). [10], 324 pp. 8vo. Brick orange cloth with gilt lettering

Lot: 56 - 3 Cormac McCarthy First/ 1st trade eds.,1994-2006.

McCarthy, Cormac. 3 Firsts. 8vo. Near fine. ++ NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN. Alfred A. Knopf, 2005. 1st trade edition ( 8vo. Black cloth with gilt lettering on spine in red dj. “$24.95” dj price. “7/2005” at base of rear panel. ++ THE

Lot: 57 - Cormac McCarthy's "Border Trilogy." 1992-1998.

McCarthy, Cormac. 3 Titles, together constituting “The Border Trilogy.” NY: Alfred A. Knopf. 8vo. Hardcover in dj. Near fine. ++ ALL THE PRETTY HORSES. 1992. 1st edition in 2nd issue dj: Earliest date on rear flap (“5/92”), and

Lot: 58 - 14 books signed by Ian McEwan, mostly firsts.

McEwan, Ian. 14 Signed Books, mostly 1st American or 1st British edition. ++ 2 editions: SATURDAY. Lon: Jonathan Cape, (2005); Doubleday, (2005). ++ 2 editions: SOLAR. Cape, (2010); and Doubleday, (2010). ++ THE INNOCENT. Cape, (1990). Stains to

Lot: 59 - 6 Mencken books (1 signed): THE AMERICAN LANGUAGE.

Mencken, H. L. 6 Titles (1 signed). ++ THE AMERICAN LANGUAGE: A PRELIMINARY INQUIRY INTO THE DEVELOPEMENT OF ENGLISH IN THE UNITED STATES. Signed on title page, “H L Mencken/ March 1919.” Alfred A. Knopf, 1919. #71 of 1500. The publisher

Lot: 60 - 7 Vols incl NEWSPAPER DAYS signed by H. L. Mencken

Mencken, H. L. 6 Titles (7 Vols), 2 signed. 8vo. Hardcover, 5 vols in dj. ++ NEWSPAPER DAYS 1899-1906. Signed “Mencken/1941” on ffep. Alfred A Knopf, 1941. 1st edition. Adler & Wilhelm p17. Covers, eps, and dj’s white areas foxed,

Lot: 61 - 6 Firsts: H. L. Mencken, 1 w/ TLS.

Mencken, H. L. 6 Firsts. ++ PREJUDICES: SECOND SERIES. Alfred A. Knopf, (1920). 1st edition. Adler & Wilhelm, p10. Tipped to ffep is a TLS by Mencken and its original envelope. TLS is to Hunter Stagg (to his address in Richmond, postmarked Sep 3,

Lot: 62 - 7 Vols: Mencken. HELIOGABALUS in dj, PREJUDICES...

Mencken, H. L. 4 Titles (7 Vols). NY: Alfred A. Knopf. 12mo/8vo. Orig cloth, 1 in dj. ++ Mencken and George Jean Nathan. HELIOGABALUS: A Buffoonery in Three Acts. Knopf, 1920. #957 of 2000. Eps foxed, front hinge starting. Dj has losses near its

Lot: 63 - 2 Books incl Milne. WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG (1924)

[Children's/Milne/Burgess] 2 Titles. ++ A. A. Milne. WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG. Decorated by Ernest H. Shepard. Lon: Methuen & Co., (1924). x, [2], 99, [1]. 1st edition, 2nd issue text, in 1st issue dj: Contents page numbered “ix” and the

Lot: 64 - 8 books signed by Toni Morrison.

Morrison, Toni. 8 Signed Books (4 children’s, 4 for adults). 12mo-4to. Hardcover, 7 in dj. Mostly near fine. ++ JAZZ. Knopf, 1992. Signed on title. ++ MERCY. Alfred A. Knopf, 2008. Signed on title. ++ LOVE. Knopf, 2003. Signed on the fly-title

Lot: 65 - THE EXILE: 3 issues (1 of No. 2 and two of No. 4

[Pound, Ezra] THE EXILE. 3 Magazines: No. 2 (Autumn 1927) and 2 copies of No. 4 (Autumn 1928). Literary magazine edited by Ezra Pound. Gallup C694, C724. 12mo. Printed wrappers. All 3 have wear to spines with loss near crown and base. Autumn 1927 has

Lot: 66 - Signed: Walter Scott. The Lay of the Last Minstrel

[Scott, Walter- Signed] (THE LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL.) Below text of last page, p350: “Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne & Co.”). [350-page editions with the same printer’s credit were published London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and

Lot: 67 - PICTURES BY MAURICE SENDAK. #190 of 500.

[Children's] PICTURES BY MAURICE SENDAK. Harper & Row, (nd), (Preface dated “1971”). #190 of 500 signed by Maurice Sendak in margin of 1st plate. Signed plate’s image is a “...reproduction of a previously unpublished drawing of

Lot: 68 - 2 Steinbeck incl: THE GRAPES OF WRATH. 1st edition

Steinbeck, John. 2 Titles. ++ THE GRAPES OF WRATH. Viking Press, (“First Published in April 1939” on c-page). 1st edition, 1st printing. Goldstone & Payne, A12a. Minor staining to exterior, front hinge starting. Lacking dj. ++ EAST OF

Lot: 69 - 2 Firsts: Hunter S. Thompson, FEAR & LOATHING

Thompson, Hunter S. 2 first editions by Hunter S. Thompson. FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream. Illustrations by Ralph Steadman. NY: Random House, 1971. Stated first edition, first printing, with

Lot: 70 - 2 Firsts incl: Thoreau. EXCURSIONS. 1863.

[Thoreau/Hawthorne] 2 First Editions. ++ Henry D. Thoreau. EXCURSIONS. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. 1863. BAL 20111. Frontis, [1]-[7], 8-319, blank [1] pp. 8vo. Blue-green triangle-patterned cloth, brown eps. Fraying to spine ends, joints, and

Lot: 71 - 15 Vols incl: THE MARK TWAIN PAPERS. 10 Vols.

Twain, Mark. 2 Titles (15 Vols). ++ THE MARK TWAIN PAPERS. 10 Vols. University of California Press, 1967-1979, mixed edition. 8vo. Beige cloth; very good. 1 vol has toned covers. Lacking djs, 1 vol has portions of dj affixed to fep. ++ THE WORKS OF

Lot: 72 - 2 books signed by John Updike, one of 350.

Updike, John. 2 Titles, signed and limited. ++ TRUST ME: SHORT STORIES. Alfred A. Knopf, 1987. #11 of 350 signed by Updike. ++ SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS. Knopf, 1989. #283 of 350 signed by Updike. ++ 8vo. Hardcover in slipcases. Sticker to lower corner of

Lot: 73 - 5 John Updike signed 1st editions incl RABBIT, RUN

Updike, John. 5 Signed First Editions. 8vo, hardcover in dj. Signed on full titles. ++ RABBIT, RUN. Alfred A. Knopf, 1960. Dj is price clipped, but otherwise a 1st issue dj (16 lines of unattributed text on front flap). ¼ green cloth and light

Lot: 74 - 5 John Updike signed, limited editions.

Updike, John. 5 Signed Limited Editions. ++ BABY’S FIRST STEP. James Cahill Publishing, (1993). Total of 126 signed by Updike on limitation page; #75 of 100. ++ BECH: A BOOK. Alfred A. Knopf, 1970. #477 of 500 signed by Updike. ++ BECH IS BACK.

Lot: 75 - 7 books signed by Updike incl: JUST LOOKING.

Updike, John. 7 Signed Books. NY: Alfred A. Knopf. 8vo/4to. ++ COLLECTED POEMS 1953-1993. 1993. Inscribed to previous owner on ffep. ++ JUST LOOKING: Essays on Art. 1989. Signed on ffep. ++ GOLF DREAMS: Writing on Golf. 1996. Signed on ffep.++

Lot: 76 - 8 books signed by John Updike.

Updike, John. 8 Signed Books. NY: Alfred A. Knopf. 8vo. ++ RABBIT AT REST. 1990. ++ RABBIT REDUX. 1971. ++ RABBIT IS RICH. 1981. ++ TELEPHONE POLES AND OTHER POEMS. 1963. ++ BECH IS BACK. 1982. ++ BECH AT BAY: A QUASI-NOVEL. 1998. ++ COUPLES. 1968.

Lot: 77 - 16 books signed by John Updike.

Updike, John. 16 Signed Books. First 15 listed are 8vo, published by Alfred A. Knopf, hardcover in dj, and very good to near fine. Last listed is paperback, good, and 12mo. ++ VILLAGES. 2004. ++ THE AFTERLIFE AND OTHER STORIES. 1994. ++ TERRORIST.

Lot: 78 - THE WORKS OF VOLTAIRE. 42 Vols.

[Voltaire] THE WORKS OF VOLTAIRE. 42 Vols. E. R. DuMont, (1901). Ferney Edition, #163 of 190. Many plates. 8vo. Orig red cloth. Vol XIV’s frontis loose, stain to Vol IV’s spine. Other vols very good, light stains/scuffs to cloth. Foxed. 70

Lot: 79 - Tennessee Williams. ANDROGYNE, MON AMOUR. #4/200.

Williams, Tennessee. ANDROGYNE, MON AMOUR. Limited edition signed by Tennessee Williams. New Directions, (1977). #4 of 200 signed by Tennessee Williams. 8vo. Green cloth in blue slipcase. Near fine.  

Lot: 80 - 9 books by Tom Wolfe, 5 signed, 6 firsts.

Wolfe, Tom. 9 Vols, 5 signed, 6 firsts. NY: Farrar Straus Giroux. 8vo/4to. ++ FROM BAUHAUS TO OUR HOUSE. (1981). 1st trade edition in book form (most of the text having appeared in Harper’s), 1st printing. Signed by Wolfe on ffep. ++ A MAN IN

Lot: 81 - Neal Adams artwork for TARZAN: 2 pencil drawings

[Comic Art/Neal Adams] Neal Adams (1941-) The artist and comic book illustrator Neal Adams (1941-) is known for his paperback cover illustrations for 12 of the 24 Tarzan novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs that were released in the 1970s by Ballantine

Lot: 82 - Dave Hoover original artwork: TARZAN color studies

[Comic Artwork/Dave Hoover] 8 watercolor over pencil studies by comic artist Dave Hoover of actor Gordon Scott, drawn and colored by hand on Crescent Illustration Board. Scott portrayed Tarzan in five films from 1955 to 1960. Signed "David Hoover 79"

Lot: 83 - Dave Hoover TARZAN portfolio w/ original artwork

[Comic Artwork/Dave Hoover]. TARZAN portfolio of printed drawings with original artwork given by artist Dave Hoover to Phil Petras. Dave Hoover (1955-2011) described himself as "an artist and illustrator of all things related to comics and art." A


[Burroughs, Edgar Rice] Hal Foster. EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS’ TARZAN IN COLOR. 21 Vols: 18 Vols (including 15B), plus Vols 1-2 of the softcover edition. Flying Buttress Classics Library/(Nantier Beall Minoustchine), (1993-96). 13 vols are signed,

Lot: 85 - 5 Books about Tarzan books, Edgar Rice Burroughs.

[Burroughs, Edgar Rice] 4 Titles (5 Vols). ++ 2 copies (uncorrected proof and first trade edition): John Taliaferro. TARZAN FOREVER: THE LIFE OF EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS, CREATOR OF TARZAN. (NY): Scribner, (1999). Uncorrected proof is softcover. First

Lot: 86 - 5 Books: Modern editions, Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice. 5 Vols. ++ TARZAN OF THE APES. [Easton Press.] 8vo. Dark navy blue leather, heavily gilt decorated, aeg. Near fine. ++ [2 Titles in 1 volume] AT THE EARTH’S CORE/ A PRINCESS OF MARS. Easton Press, (1996). ++ MARCIA OF THE

Lot: 87 - 8 books: Edgar Rice Burroughs, references.

[Burroughs, Edgar Rice] 8 Titles. ++ Irwin Porges. EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS: THE MAN WHO CREATED TARZAN. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press, (1975). Signed by Irwin Porges in lower margin of dj’s front flap. ++ Robert R. Kudlay and Joan

Lot: 88 - 9 Edgar Rice Burroughs modern editions, references

Burroughs, Edgar Rice. 9 Editions. ++ TARZAN OF THE APES. (First Edition Society), facsimile of the edition by A. C. McClurg, 1914. ++ Burroughs and Joe R. Lansdale. TARZAN: THE LOST ADVENTURE. Dark Horse Books, (1995). After Burroughs died in 1950,

Lot: 89 - 10 Vols: Tarzan, Edgar Rice Burroughs, etc.

[Burroughs, Edgar Rice] 9 Titles (10 Vols). ++ John Bloodstone. TARZAN ON MARS. (nd). [Commissioned by Ray Palmer. Bloodstone’s real name is Stuart Byrne. Palmer tried to get ERB Inc. to make the author the legal successor to ERB, Inc. The

Lot: 90 - 10 books on Tarzan, Edgar Rice Burroughs.

[Burroughs, Edgar Rice] 10 Titles. ++ George T. McWhorter. BURROUGHS DICTIONARY. University Press of America, (1987). Ffep signed and inscribed “For my good friend Phil Petras- a great ERB fan and collector! Best wishes/ George T. McWhorter/


[Burroughs, Edgar Rice] 20 Vols. ++ SUPERHEROES: JOE KUBERT’S WONDERFUL WORLD OF COMICS. [Mulberry Tree Press, 2001.] #1182 of 1500 signed by Kubert. ++ Livingston Hopkins. A COMIC HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. American Book Exchange, 1880.

Lot: 92 - ~43 Vols: Foreign Tarzan editions, softcover.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice. About 43 Vols: German, Brazilian, and other foreign editions, mostly Tarzan novels. 12mo, softcover. Mostly good to near fine, some more worn. 12mo, softcover. Mostly good to near fine, some more worn. Provenance: Phil Petras

Lot: 93 - TARZAN ALIVE. Signed by Philip Jose Farmer.

Farmer, Philip Jose. TARZAN ALIVE… A DEFINITIVE BIOGRAPHY OF LORD GREYSTOKE. Signed by Philip Jose Farmer on dedication page. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1972. Early reissue (edition statement removed from c-page). Cloth, in dj. Dj

Lot: 94 - Farmer A FEAST UNKNOWN: 2 copies (Signed HC + SC)

Farmer, Philip Jose. A FEAST UNKNOWN… Volume IX of The Memoirs of Lord Grandrith edited by Philip Jose Farmer. 2 copies (signed hardcover + unsigned softcover). The Fokker Press, D-LXIX, A Subsidiary of Acme Zeppelin Company, (1975). ++

Lot: 95 - 2 firsts SIGNED by Philip Jose Farmer.

Farmer, Philip Jose. 2 Signed First Editions. ++ THE ADVENTURE OF THE PEERLESS PEER by John H. Watson, M.D., Edited by Philip Jose Farmer, American Agent for the Estates of Dr. Watson, Lord Greystoke, David Copperfield, Martin Eden, and Don Quixote.

Lot: 96 - 3 books: Philip Jose Farmer. 1 inscribed, 2 firsts

Farmer, Philip Jose. 3 Titles. ++ A FEAST UNKNOWN… Volume IX of the Memoirs of Lord Grandrith… Illustrated by Richard Corben, postscript by Theodore Sturgeon. The Fokker Press, D-LXIX, A Subsidiary of the Acme Zeppelin Company, (1975). 2nd

Lot: 97 - 3 Philip Jose Farmer incl: A FEAST UNKNOWN signed.

Farmer, Philip Jose. 3 Titles. Provenance: Phil Petras Collection of Tarzan Memorabilia. Tarzan expert Phil Petras began collecting in 1972, and his material, including books, original artwork and autographs, reflects the ongoing popularity and

Lot: 98 - 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.

Farmer, Philip Jose. 4 Signed First Editions. Paperback, preceding the hardcover. ++ A FEAST UNKNOWN: Volume IX of The Memoirs of Lord Grandrith. North Hollywood: An Essex House Original, (1969). Currey p184. $1.95 and “0121” at upper right

Lot: 99 - 18 Vols: Philip Jose Farmer. (1957)-(1995).

Farmer, Philip Jose. 18 Vols. ++ DOC SAVAGE: HIS APOCALYPTIC LIFE. Doubleday & Co., 1973. ++ THE DARK DESIGN. Berkeley Publishing/ G. P. Putnam’s Sons, (1977). ++ THE MAGIC LABYRINTH. Berkeley/ Putnam’s, (1980). ++ DAYWORLD. Putnam’s,

Lot: 100 - ~42 Vols: Philip Jose Farmer. Softcover.

Farmer, Philip Jose. About 42 Vols, incl a few duplicates. Mostly early editions of Farmer's novels. Some anthologies containing a short story by Farmer. 12mo. Softcover. Mostly good to very good. Sold with all faults. Provenance: Phil Petras

Lot: 101 - About 56 softcover. Philip Jose Farmer, fantasy.

Farmer, Philip Jose. About 56 Vols (incl a few duplicates). Mostly early editions of science fiction and fantasy literature. Mostly Philip Jose Farmer. Many by other authors. 12mo, softcover. Mostly good to very good. Sold with all faults.

Lot: 102 - ~60 books, magazines. Philip Jose Farmer softcover

[Farmer, Philip Jose] About 60 Items: About 50 books and 10 magazines. Early editions of novels by Jose Farmer and appearances of his short stories. Softcover, books 12mo, magazines mostly 4to. Mostly good to very good. Provenance: Phil Petras

Lot: 103 - 13 items, 7 signed by Dave Hoover, Boris, or Adams

[Hoover/Vallejo/Adams] 13 Items (7 signed). ++ Doug Moench, Dave Hoover & Robert Campanella. THE WANDERERS. 2 Comic Book Issues: Nos. 1-2 (June and July 1988). Inside of No. 1’s front wrap inscribed “To Phil, Finally my own comic! Dave

Lot: 105 - 7 books: Tarzan. 1 inscribed by Danton Burroughs.

[Burroughs, Edgar Rice] 7 Titles. ++ TARZAN OF THE APES. Introduction by John Seelye. Penguin Books, (1990). First preliminary page signed and inscribed “To Phil- A Great Friend & Lover of ERB- Warmest Personal Regards. Danton Burroughs/

Lot: 106 - Nimoy 2 Sheet Poster "Zombies of Stratosphere"

[Movie Poster/2-Sheet/Leonard Nimoy]. Zombies of the Stratosphere (Republic Studios, 1952) 2 sheet poster. The movie was the 3rd in a planned 12-part series featuring hero Larry Martin, who prevents Martian invaders from using a hydrogen bomb to blow

Lot: 107 - 6 Almanacs, 1795-1861.

[Almanacs] 6 Editions. ++ James Hardie. THE AMERICAN REMEMBRANCER, AND UNIVERSAL TABLET OF MEMORY… Phila: Thomas Dobson, 1795. [8], 259pp, lacking folding table. Evans 28800. Howes H-183. 12mo. Modern ½ leather and marbled board. Text

Lot: 108 - Poor Will's Pocket Almanack, For The Year 1784.

[American Imprints] POOR WILL’S POCKET ALMANACK, FOR THE YEAR 1784. Phila: Joseph Crukshank. Title page includes “Common Notes for the Year 1784,” and “Signs, Planets, and Aspects.” [24]pp or [12] ff, interleaved with thick

Lot: 109 - 4 Items: Chisholm for Pres., Belleville School

[Black Americana] 4 Items. ++ Advertising poster: “Y. M. W. D. A. Sponsors Benefit Drive For Belleville Industrial School And Orphanage Home/ Featuring Bishop Plummer And His Singers/ Roanoke Auditorium March 7th-8 P.M. - Adm. 50c/ Reserve

Lot: 110 - FBI wanted poster: Panther Leroy Eldridge Cleaver.

[Black Panthers] Wanted poster for Leroy Eldridge Cleaver. “Wanted By The FBI/ Interstate Flight - Assault With Intent To Commit Murder/ Leroy Eldrige Cleaver/ FBI No. 214,830 B…” Shows a single front-view mugshot of Cleaver in 1966

Lot: 111 - 2 "Darktown" prints by Currier & Ives, 1884

[Darktown/Currier & Ives] 2 "Darktown" color lithographs, signed in print "Murphy" on lower right side, published by Currier & Ives at 115 Nassau St., NY, dated 1884. The Darktown series was printed during the post-Civil War period of 1879-1890 and

Lot: 112 - 90 patriotic Civil War postal covers: Flag designs

[Civil War Postal Covers] 90 Civil War patriotic postal covers (incl a few duplicates) featuring the flag, sometimes with an eagle, Lady Liberty, etc. Mostly 2 colors (red and blue), at least 1 in 1 color of ink. 3 have the flag and motto embossed

Lot: 113 - Atlas to Accompany the Official Records... 3 Vols.

[Civil War] ATLAS TO ACCOMPANY THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES. Published under the Direction of the Hons. Redfield Proctor, Stephen B. Elkins, and Daniel S. Lamont, Secretaries of War, by Maj. George B. Davis, U. S. Army,

Lot: 114 - COLONEL HEROS VON BORCKE’S... #158 of 180.

[Civil War] COLONEL HEROS VON BORCKE’S JOURNAL 26 April-8 October 1862. Translated by Stuart Wright. Palaemon Press, (1981). #158 of 180 with manuscript leaf placed in loose. 8vo. Cloth; near fine in good slipcase. 2.0 Lb.

Lot: 115 - 3 Books incl: COLONEL HEROS VON BORCKE’S...

[Civil War] 3 Titles. ++ COLONEL HEROS VON BORCKE’S JOURNAL 26 April-8 October 1862. Translated by Stuart Wright. Palaemon Press, (1981). #154 of 180 with manuscript leaf placed in loose. 8vo. Cloth; very good in good slipcase. ++ Von Borcke.

Lot: 116 - 20 restrike engraved portraits 10 Lee, 10 Jackson

[Civil War] 20 restrike engraved portraits: 10 of Robert E. Lee and 10 of Stonewall Jackson from the original copper plates restored and printed by the Andersen Lamb Photogravure Corp., in New York in 1981. Cinc: W. W. Bostwick, (1870), (1871). [NY:

Lot: 117 - FOLLOWING THE GUIDON. Inscribed by R. G. Carter.

[Civil War/Indian War Officer] Elizabeth B. Custer. FOLLOWING THE GUIDON. Harper & Brothers, 1890. 1st edition. 8vo. 341, blank [1], ads [2] pp. 8vo. Olive green cloth. Very good. Ffep signed by Robert Goldthwaite Carter. Carter fought in the Indian

Lot: 118 - 2 books (1 sgd, inscribed by Elizabeth B. Custer)

[Indian Wars] 2 Titles by Elizabeth B. Custer (1 inscribed). ++ “BOOTS AND SADDLES” OR LIFE IN DAKOTA WITH GENERAL CUSTER. Signed and Inscribed on ffep. Recipient’s name is not legible, but “For my friend/ Mrs.../ with the


[European Views of America] LETTRES D’UN CULTIVATEUR AMERICAIN. 2 Vols. Paris: Cuchet, 1784. “Description of American life of great influence in attracting European immigration in the post-revolutionary period. As literature unexcelled by

Lot: 120 - S. P. Putnam: 400 YEARS OF FREETHOUGHT. 1894.

[Free Thought, Religious and Political] Samuel P. Putnam. 400 YEARS OF FREETHOUGHT. Truth Seeker Company, 1894. 8vo. Orig purple cloth, aem, floral eps. Spine sunned, spine ends mildly worn, some internal loose points. Consists of short biographies

Lot: 121 - THE NEW FREEMAN. 3 Vols. Mar. 15 to May 13, 1931.

[Magazines] THE NEW FREEMAN. 3 Vols: 2 copies of Vol I  (Mar. 15 - Sep. 10, 1930) and Vols II-III in 1 volume (Sep. 17, 1930 to Mar. 11, 1931 and Mar. 18 to May 13, 1931), each with index. Current events, politics, mostly from a conservative

Lot: 122 - Thomas Bacon. LAWS OF MARYLAND AT LARGE... [1766]

[Maryland Law/American Imprints] Thomas Bacon. LAWS OF MARYLAND AT LARGE, WITH PROPER INDEXES. Now first Collected into One Compleat Body, and Published from the Original Acts and Records, remaining in the Secretary’s-Office of the said

Lot: 123 - Kilty. LAWS OF MARYLAND...Vol II. 1800.

[Maryland Law] William Kilty. LAWS OF MARYLAND...Vol II (of 2). Annapolis: Frederick Green, 1800. 4to. Contemp leather. Externally worn, hinges weak. “S. W. Bradford” ownership stamps on fep, faintly visible on front cover. Fox/toning,

Lot: 124 - 6 Vols: Maryland laws books, 1801-1852.

[Maryland Law] 4 Titles (6 Vols). ++ Thomas Harris. MODERN ENTRIES, ADAPTED TO THE AMERICAN COURTS OF JUSTICE, BEING A COMPLETE SYSTEM OF APPROVED PRECEDENTS… Vol II (of 2). Green, 1801. Front hinge glued. Some dog-earing. Minor foxing and

Lot: 125 - 6 Books: Maryland, Delaware.

[Maryland/Delaware] 6 Titles. ++ Rev. Jehu Curtis Clay. ANNALS OF THE SWEDES ON THE DELAWARE… Phila: J. C. Pechin, 1835. 1st edition. Howes C-469. Sabin 13570. ++ David Ridgely. ANNALS OF ANNAPOLIS. Balt: Cushing & Brother, 1841. Frontis, xiv,

Lot: 126 - 6 Vols incl: MILITARY CRYPTANALYTICS. (1985).

[Military] 3 Titles (6 Vols). ++ WIlliam F. Friedman and Lambros D. Callimahos. MILITARY CRYPTANALYTICS. 4 Parts (Part I-Volume I; Part I-Volume II; Part II-Volume I; Part II-Volume II). Aegean Park Press, (1985). Vols 42-45 from

Lot: 127 - RECHERCHES PHILOSOPHIQUES... 2 Vols. 1770.

[Native Americans] [Corneille de Pauw] RECHERCHES PHILOSOPHIQUES SUR LES AMERICAINS, OU Mmeoires interessantspour servir a l’Histoire de l’Espece Humaine. Par Mr. de P***... 2 Vols (of 3): Vols I-II. A Berlin, M. DCC. LXX. (sn, 1770). Vol

Lot: 128 - The Knowledge... Instruction For The Indians. 1751

[Native Americans/American Imprints] Thomas [Wilson], Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. THE KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF CHRISTANITY MADE EASY TO THE MEANEST CAPACITIES: OR, AN ESSAY TOWARDS AN INSTRUCTION FOR THE INDIANS… Lon: J. Osborn, 1751. Seventh

Lot: 129 - Strickland. REPORTS ON CANALS, RAILWAYS... 1826.


Lot: 130 - Hinton. THE HISTORY AND TOPOGRAPHY... 2 Vols.

[Plates] John Howard Hinton (ed.). THE HISTORY AND TOPOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA... Fourth Edition, brought Down to 1850. 2 Vols. Lon: Tallis and Company, (nd). Includes material related to California and Texas not included in earlier

Lot: 131 - ~46 Items, mostly US Political campaign buttons.

[Political Campaign buttons] About 46 items. ++ “Kennedy 60” lapel pin shaped like a Patrol Torpedo (PT) boat. Length: 1 3/4 in. Near fine. ++ “1940 Democratic National Convention” lapel button. Both the upper and lower portions

Lot: 132 - 5 Books incl A COLLECTION OF ACTS... QUAKERS. 1757


Lot: 133 - 6 Vols (3 Quakerism-related), 1788-1836.

[Quakerism/American Imprints/Misc.] 5 Titles (6 Vols). ++ Joseph Phipps. THE ORIGINAL AND PRESENT STATE OF MAN… London, Printed: New York, Re-Printed by William Ross, No. 33, Broad-Street. Evans 21391. 1788. [4], 230pp. ++ MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE,

Lot: 134 - Bench And Bar Of Washington D.C. 1934.

[Washington, D.C.] Bench And Bar Of Washington D.C. 1934. Consists of over 200 small portraits of prominent lawyers in the District. Includes a few women. At center are the Justices of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. Below that are

Lot: 135 - 32 Vols incl: WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, 26 Vo

[Washington, George] 3 Titles (32 Vols). ++ John C. Fitzpatrick (ed). THE WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON From the Original Manuscript Sources… 26 Vols (of 39 text vols): Vols I-XXVI. United States George Washington Bicentennial Commission. GPO,

Lot: 136 - MASON LOCKE WEEMS. 3 Vols, incl Mansucript leaf.

[Washington/Franklin’s Biographer] MASON LOCKE WEEMS: His Works and Ways.. A Bibliography Left Unfinished by Paul Leicester Ford Edited by Emily Ellsworth Ford Skeel. 3 Vols. NY: Privately published/ (Printed Norwood, MA: Plimpton Press),

Lot: 137 - 8 Vols: Washington Irving, George Washington...

[Washington/Irving/History] 4 Titles (8 Vols). ++ Washington Irving. ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN BONNEVILLE, OR SCENES BEYOND THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS OF THE FAR WEST. Paris, Baudry’s European Library, Rue du Coq, near the Louvre. Sold also by Amyot, Rue

Lot: 138 - Neil Armstrong. Signed photograph.

[Astronaut/Armstrong, Neil] Neil Armstrong. Signed and inscribed color halftone photograph. Inscription reads “Best wishes/ Neil Armstrong” in image at upper left. 4to. Near fine.

Lot: 139 - Buzz Aldrin. Signed, inscribed photograph.

[Astronaut/Aldrin, Buzz] Buzz Aldrin. Signed and inscribed halftone color photograph of Edwin Aldrin posing in a space suit, with his helmet on a desk. Inscription reads in full “To [first name] Best wishes/ Buzz Aldrin.” NASA notice on

Lot: 140 - Michael Collins (Apollo XI astronaut) signed photo

[Astronaut/Collins, Michael] Michael Collins. Signed photograph. Color, halftone, NASA notice on verso. 4to. Near fine. Signed “MCollins.” Collins was Command Module Pilot of Apollo XI (the first manned Moon landing, as pilot rather than

Lot: 141 - 2 sgd, inscr photos: John Glenn + Scott Carpenter.

[Astronauts/Glenn and Carpenter] 2 signed and inscribed photographs. ++ “Best Regards- John Glenn.” During the Mercury-Atlas VI mission (1962), John Glenn became the 3rd American/5th human in space. Later a Senator. Returned to space in

Lot: 142 - 2 inscribed photos: Astronauts. Conrad + Gordon.

[Astronauts/Conrad and Gordon] 2 signed and inscribed photographs. ++ “To Leo/ with best wishes/ Charles Conrad.” Ink notation on verso, possibly from a collector. Conrad was the 3rd man to walk on the moon (Apollo XII, 1969). Gemini V

Lot: 143 - 13 signed books: Stafford + MacDonald + Cunningham

[Astronaut Signed Books] 13 signed books by NASA astronauts: 3 titles with duplicates. ++ 3 copies, each signed by Tom Stafford (astronaut): WE HAVE CAPTURE: Tom Stafford and the Space Race. Smithsonian Institution Press, (2002). Cloth and board, in

Lot: 144 - 5 photos signed by astronauts: Stafford Slayton...

[Astronaut Signatures] 5 signed color photographs by astronauts Stafford, Slayton, Cooper, Schirra and Vance. ++ “To B. G.- one of the great managers of the aero-space age- Stafford.” Tape to upper edge of verso. Stafford went into space

Lot: 145 - 6 items McDivitt ALS, 5 other signed astronauts.

[Astronaut Signatures] 6 signed items by astronauts McDivitt, Evans, Cernan, Scott and Eisele. ++ James A. McDivitt. ALS. April 5, 1976. 8vo. ++ James A. McDivitt. Signed photograph. Penciled at lower edge of verso “Lt Col James A McDivitt

Lot: 146 - 9 signed items: Astronauts (7 photos + 1 card).

[Astronaut Signatures] 9 items signed by Skylab astronauts: 7 sgd photographs, 1 signed sheet of poetry, and 1 card signed by 3 astronauts. Near fine. ++ Signed photographs include: Paul Weitz, Bill Pogue, Joe Kerwin, Ed Gibson, Jerry Carr, Owen

Lot: 147 - 9 photos/documents: 8 signed by NASA astronauts.

[Astronaut Signatures] 9 Items. Mostly near fine. ++ Color illustration signed by 3 astronauts: Fred Haise, Joe Engle, and Gordon Fullerton. (NASA information printed on verso. GPO, 1977.) 4to. Fred Haise was Lunar Module Pilot for Apollo XIII

Lot: 148 - 10 signed: Pogue. BUT FOR THE GRACE OF GOD. (2011)

[Astronaut/Pogue, Bill] 10 copies, each signed and numbered by astronaut Bill Pogue, BUT FOR THE GRACE OF GOD. Soar with Eagles, (2011). Bill Pogue signed the books using a Fisher ballpoint pen from Skylab. #458, 473, 477, 483, 488, 490, 492, 494,

Lot: 149 - 9 signed by Al Worden: FALLING TO EARTH. (2011).

[Astronaut/Worden, Al] 9 copies, each signed by astronaut Al Worden, FALLING TO EARTH: An Apollo 15 Astronaut’s Journey. Signed “Al Worden/ Apollo 15” on ffep. Smithsonian Books, (2011). 8vo. Cloth and board, in dj. Near fine.

Lot: 150 - 11 signed photos + ALS by NASA Apollo Astronauts.

[Apollo Astronauts] 11 signed items: 1 ALS + 10 halftone photographs (mostly NASA), some inscribed. 4to. Near fine. ++ Harrison Schmitt. ALS. In full: “To Whom it may concern: My career as an astronaut was the result of having at the right

Lot: 151 - 35 sgd photographs by NASA Shuttle astronauts.

[Astronaut Signatures] 35 signed photographs (mostly NASA Shuttle astronauts), several inscribed with recipient’s name. Halftone, mostly color, mostly NASA. 4to. Image sides near fine, a minority of the versos have owner’s ink notation. ++

Lot: 152 - Archive of NASA documents from Jesco von Puttkamer

[Space/Von Puttkamer, Jesco] Archive of documents, some signed, containing about 18 printed books (softcover, mostly published for NASA), handwritten notes, articles and photocopies from the collection of Jesco von Puttkamer, an engineer who worked

Lot: 153 - 12 Currency notes: Confederate, Virginia, etc.

[Currency] 12 Notes: 7 Confederate, 2 Virginia, 2 bank notes, 1 US. ++ 2 Confederate $20 notes with engraved vignette of a sailing vessel, issued July 25 and Sep. 2, 1861. ++ $10 Confederate note. Feb. 17, 1864. Vignette of horses pulling a cannon.

Lot: 154 - 2 Autographed Guest Books: Paul Young's in Wash DC

[Celebrity Autographs] 2 autographed Guest Books from the Washington DC Continental restaurant Paul Young's. Considered one of the finest dining spots in the city before and after WWII, along with the Jockey Club, Sans Souci and Duke's, Young's

Lot: 154A - Hotel Astor menu signed by Frank Sinatra, 6 others

[Musicians] Hotel Astor menu signed by 7 entertainers (mostly musicians): Frank Sinatra (lower right), Buddy Rich (upper left), Artie Shaw, Connie Haines, Vaughan Moore, “Sincerely/ Tomy Dorsey” (Tommy Dorsey, big band leader, upper right),

Lot: 155 - 45+ items: Laura Hope Crewes GWTW's Aunty PittyPat

[Entertainment/Gone With The Wind] Over 45 photographs and ephemera related to Laura Hope Crews (1879-1942), who was best know as "Aunt Pitty-Pat" in the movie "Gone With The Wind." Includes: ++ Sepia photo signed and inscribed “To Ida, with

Lot: 156 - 50+ items signed by Hollywood actors & celebrities

[Entertainment] Over 50 Items. Over 30 autographed items by Hollywood actors and celebrities, mostly signed by the entertainer, some secretarial. Includes Eleanor Boardman, India Adams, Carla Laemmle, Priscilla Bonner, Ruth Renick, Jacob Cobb, Philip

Lot: 157 - Over 175 items: Movie ephemera, photos lobby cards

[Entertainment] Over 175 Items. Photographs, lobby cards, and printed illustrations of actors, actresses, movie scenes, ephemera, mostly related to movies. Mostly 4to or smaller, a couple somewhat larger. Includes one-sheet poster for “Forever

Lot: 158 - Sgd. by Brooklyn Dodgers: THE ARTFUL DODGERS.

[Baseball/Brooklyn Dodgers] Edited by Tom Meany, NY: Grosset & Dunlap, (1963). THE ARTFUL DODGERS. Signed 46 times by members of the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team: 44 separate signers, 2 double signed, with at least 27 Dodger signatures. ++ Pee Wee

Lot: 159 - Signed by Joe DiMaggio: LUCKY TO BE A YANKEE.

[Baseball/DiMaggio, Joe] Joe "The Yankee Clipper" DiMaggio, LUCKY TO BE A YANKEE, signed. Introduction by James A. Farley, foreword by Grantland Rice. Rudolph Field/ Greenberg, (1946). Signed by Joe DiMaggio on ffep. 8vo. Cloth, in dj. DJ has

Lot: 160 - Baseball Autographs & Ephemera: DiMaggio, Epstein

[Baseball Autographs] 11 signed baseball items including autographed album, tickets, programs and magazines. ++ Autograph Album. Over a dozen signatures, including at least 5 baseball players; Joe DiMaggio (9th leaf), Mike Epstein (near middle of

Lot: 161 - 1967 Boston Red Sox Baseball: 25 signatures

[Baseball/1967 Boston Red Sox] A 1967 Boston Red Sox baseball signed by 25 players, the year known as "The Impossible Dream" since the Red Sox won the American League Championship and reached the World Series for the first time since 1946. Player

Lot: 162 - Chicago Cubs baseball c. 1946 w/ 15+ signatures

[Baseball/Chicago Cubs] A team signed Chicago Cubs baseball c. 1946 with 15+ autographs incl. Nat'l League Commissioner Ford Frick. Signatures include Bill Nicholson, Ed Hanyzewski, Paul Gilespie, Peanuts Lowrey, Charlie Gilbert, Phil Cavarretta,

Lot: 163 - 1967 Chicago White Sox Baseball w/

[Baseball/Chicago White Sox] 1967 Chicago White Sox baseball signed approx. 24 autographs. Signatures include Walt Williams, Ken Berry, Wilber Wood, Pete Ward, Smoky Burgess, Don Buford, Marv Grissom, Fred Klages, Tommy John, Duane Josephson, Gary

Lot: 164 - NHL 500 Goal Scorers print sgd. by 17 players

[Hockey/500 Goal Scorers]. National Hockey League 500 Goal Scorers print from original artwork by Ron Lewis, signed by 17 players and artist. The 284/1000 limited edition 500 Goal Scorers lithograph was created from an original painting by artist Ron

Lot: 165 - NHL 500 Goal Scorer Hockey Stick sgd by 17 players

[Hockey/500 Goal Scorers] Exceedingly rare NHL 500 Goal Scorers hockey stick signed by 17 players who have achieved NHL elite status by scoring 500 career goals. Likely signed during the 500 Goal Scorers show in Atlantic City in the mid-1990s, where

Lot: 167 - 2 Ray Bourque sgd. Boston Bruin Hockey Jerseys

[Hockey/Bourque, Ray] 2 CCM On-Ice Game Jerseys signed by Boston Bruin player and former Olympian Ray Bourque, a 5-time winner of the James Norris Memorial Trophy, which has been awarded annually since 1954 to the NHL's top defensive player. ++ CCM

Lot: 168 - Sgd. Boston Bruin Bobby Orr photo & 12 sgd. pucks

[Hockey/Boston Bruins] Signed Bobby Orr photograph with 12 signed Boston Bruin hockey pucks in 3 different styles. ++ B/W photo shows Boston Bruin # 4 defenseman Robert "Bobby" Orr as he flies through the air after scoring the Stanley Cup-winning

Lot: 169 - 10 signed NHL pucks from 4 Canadian teams

[Hockey/Canadian Teams] 10 NHL hockey pucks signed by players from 4 Canadian teams. ++ Vincent Damphousse (1993 Stanley Cup Champions puck), Martin Rucinsky, Steve Shutt and Mario Tremblay, Montreal Canadiens. ++ Dave Babych and Brent Hedican,

Lot: 170 - 2 sgd Chi. Blackhawks jerseys: Mikita & Daze

[Hockey/Chicago Blackhawks] 2 Chicago Blackhawks jerseys signed by Stanislav "Stan" Mikita # 21 and Eric Daze # 55. ++ KOHO size XL Official Licensed Jersey w/ original tags and COA from Frozen Pond, sgd by Stan Mikita on blue ink, inscribed "HOF -

Lot: 171 - Brett Hull sgd. Dallas Stars jersey & 4 sgd. pucks

[Hockey/Dallas Stars] Brett Hull signed Dallas Stars hockey jersey w/ COA and 4 sgd Stars pucks. ++ CCM green/black size large Dallas Stars jersey sgd on number by Brett Hull # 22. Hull, son of NHL Hall of Famer Bobby Hull, played with the Stars

Lot: 172 - Ken Dryden sgd. Montreal Canadiens jersey w/ COA

[Hockey/Dryden, Ken] Montreal Canadiens home jersey signed by NHL goaltender Ken Dryden # 29, with original tags and COA. Although Hall of Fame goalie Ken Dryden played just over seven full seasons, from 1971-1979, he is ranked as one of the top 100

Lot: 173 - Wayne Gretzky 1995 sgd LA Kings Jersey & cards

[Hockey/Gretzky, Wayne] 1995 Los Angeles Kings Authentic Center Ice jersey signed by Wayne Gretzky, who played for the Kings from 1988-1996. Sold with Upper Deck Hockey Heroes card set 10-18, with card 18 signed by Gretzky and LA Kings signed card.

Lot: 174 - 2 Curtis Joseph sgd. Toronto Maple Leafs jerseys

[Hockey/Joseph, Curtis] 2 Joseph "Cujo" Curtis signed Toronto Maple Leafs # 31 jerseys with COAs. ++ Limited edition CCM white/blue Official Licensed Jersey size XL, sgd. & inscribed by Joseph with silver ink on blue number, "82/300, 300 Wins,

Lot: 175 - Guy Lafleur sgd. Montreal Canadiens jersey

[Hockey/Lafleur, Guy] Guy Lafleur # 10 signed Montreal Canadiens home jersey, with original tags and COA. Hall of Famer Guy Lafleur played for the Montreal Canadiens from 1971-1985 and was the first NHL player to score 50 goals and 100 points in 6

Lot: 176 - 1980 Olympic "Miracle on Ice" Sgd USA Team Jersey.

[Hockey/Miracle on Ice] Official "K1" sportswear hockey jersey signed by all 20 Olympic team members on the USA "Miracle on Ice" medal-round men's ice hockey tournament at the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, NY. 20 signatures in silver ink in

Lot: 177 - Pitts. Penguins sgd. hockey stick & 7 sgd. pucks

[Hockey/Pittsburgh Penguins] Pittsburgh Penguins team signed hockey stick, possibly game-used & 7 signed hockey pucks. ++ Sher-Wood 5030 hockey stick signed by 17 Penguin players, likely from 1988-1989 season including Rob Brown, Paul Coffey, Scott

Lot: 178 - Patrick Roy sgd. Montreal Canadiens jersey

[Hockey/Roy, Patrick]. Patrick Roy # 33 signed Montreal Canadiens jersey with original tags & COA. Hall of Fame goalie Patrick "St. Patrick" Roy played with the Montreal Canadiens for 10 years from 1984-1995, winning 2 Stanley Cups during that time.

Lot: 179 - 2 Joe Sakic sgd. Avalanche Stanley Cup Jerseys

[Hockey/Sakic, Joe] Two 2001 commemorative NHL Stanley Cup On-Ice Game Jerseys signed by Colorado Avalanche player and 2012 Hall of Famer Joe Sakic. Both with Letter of Authenticity. In 2001 Sakic led the Avalanche to their second Stanley Cup

Lot: 180 - 38 sgd. Washington Capitals hockey pucks

[Hockey/Signed Pucks] 38 signed hockey pucks from the Washington Capitals, in 4 different puck styles, dating from the early 1990s. Signatures mostly in blue, silver and gold ink and include: Jason Allison, Andrew Barnette, Jim Carey, John Carlson,

Lot: 181 - 4 sgd. Washington Capitals Jerseys, 2 game used

[Hockey/Washington Capitals] 4 signed Washington Capitals jerseys: 2 game-used sgd. by Trent Whitfield in 2000-2001; 1 by Calle Johansson, 1 by Steven Konowalchuk. ++ 2 game-used jerseys signed by Trent Whitfield: KOHO black/gold size 58, sgd in

Lot: 182 - Washington Capitals sgd. photos & posters

[Hockey/Washington Capitals] 20 signed color photographs and posters by Washington Capitals players with sgd. book and Alex Ovechkin framed memorabilia. ++ 16 signed color photos of Washington Capitals players on ice, incl. Joe Juneau, Michael

Lot: 183 - 2 sgd. Yzerman Detroit Red Wings hockey jerseys

[Hockey/Yzerman, Steve] 2 signed Steve Yzerman Detroit Red Wings hockey jerseys, with COA. ++ CCM Authentic On-Ice Game white/red Detroit Red Wings jersey, with original tags, size 52, sgd. in silver ink on number. ++ KOHO Authentic On-Ice Game

Lot: 184 - Indenture: Thomas Torshell to Thomas Chamberlain.

[Land Transactions] Indenture with “Thomas Torshell of Wardington in the County of Oxford of the one part” as the seller and the purchaser being “Thomas Chamberlain of the Parish of Sainte Anne Soho Westminster in the County of

Lot: 185 - 2 manuscripts incl Justice of the Peace, 1837-47.

[Law/Business] 2 manuscripts from Berks Co., PA. ++ Manuscript record of Thomas H. Jones, Justice of the Peace in Berks County, Pa., 1837-1847. Jones (1809-50) was a wealthy “iron master” and surveyor who lived in Antalaway, in Berks

Lot: 186 - 3 19th C manuscripts: 1833-1888, Pennsylvania.

[Manuscripts/Account Books] 3 Account Books. ++ Accounts payable to William Hooper, a wagoneer, 1833-1845. Hooper was a teamster who apparently lived in Dauphin County, Pa. This is his record of accounts for his business activities. Hooper hauled a

Lot: 187 - Willis Gaar Math book: Madison County, VA.

[Manuscript] Ciphering book (for math), maintained by Willis Gaar (1792-1866), son of Abraham & Tabitha Gaar from Madison County, VA. Computations, word problems, and statements of mathematical concepts, as Willis Gaar learned them in school. Most

Lot: 188 - 21 diaries, 12 ledgers & 1 recipe book.

[Manuscripts] 34 Vols. Includes 21 diaries, 12 ledgers/account books, and 1 recipe book. 1858 to early 1900s. Mostly late 1800s. Authors are from various locations in the United States. Includes: ++ 2-volume diary maintained by Ellery H. Webster (in

Lot: 189 - NY crime manuscript by Zwerling. [1921-31] Italian

[Manuscript/Crime] A. [Aaron] Zwerling. LA VITA QUOTIDIANA AL PRESENTE. [Daily Life at Present.] [1921-1931]. Zwerling (b. 1882) was a native of Lviv (Lemberg), a cultural center now in western Ukraine, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Lot: 190 - 5 diaries, 1859-1889: Upham brothers, 3 others.

[Manuscripts/Diaries] 5 Diaries. ++ Diary kept by Edward Boynton in Lynn, Mass. Notes on social events, weather, deaths, marriages, news, and unusual weather. “Died at the Insane Hospital in Worcester Hon George Hood aged” -June 26.

Lot: 191 - 5 vols: Drayman's account book, Peter Filbert...

[Manuscripts/Account Books] 5 Vols. ++ Drayman’s record book. 1827-1843. Maintained by a drayman in Hancock County, Maine. It records rentals of horses for trips to Penobscot, Castine, Blue Hill, and elsewhere. The author also rented out oxen

Lot: 192 - Inscribed by George H. W. Bush: THE INAUGURAL BOOK

[President Bush, George H. W.] THE INAUGURAL BOOK: 1973. Signed and inscribed by the 41st President (“...Best wishes to a good Republican - Geo Bush/ Chairman/ Rep. Natl. Committee/ 1973” on ffep. Inaugural Committee, 1973. 4to. Blue

Lot: 193 - Jimmy Carter: Signed inscription, incoming letter.

[President Carter, Jimmy] Signed inscription, in blank portion of a letter sent to Carter. The letter is stamped “Rec’d Apr 17, 1998,” and relates to the proposal to name a submarine after Carter. Inscription reads “Thanks-

Lot: 193A - 21 Books: Kennedy family, other Presidents.

[Presidents Carter/Kennedy] 21 Titles, mostly related to John F. Kennedy and Kennedy family members. Some focus on other Presidents. ++ Evelyn Lincoln. MY TWELVE YEARS WITH JOHN F. KENNEDY. David McKay Company, (1965). Very good in worn dj. Ffep

Lot: 194 - Welch Scarf: Jimmy, Rosalynn, Jeff Carter, Mondale

[President Carter/Others] Frankie Welch designed scarf with the signatures of Annette D. Carter, Jeff Carter, Walter Mondale, Madeline Maybeam, Rosalynn Carter, and Jimmy Carter. The scarf was designed by Frankie Welch, and consists of 4 Presidential

Lot: 194A - 40+ items: photos & documents, mostly Carter era.

[White House Cards/Photographs] Over 39 Items. ++ Over 25 White House press photos. Mostly color, some b/w. Mostly but not entirely Carter era, many dated 1977 on verso. 1 shows Ronald Reagan. Mostly 4to, some smaller. Many have previous owner’s

Lot: 195 - Signed by Calvin Coolidge: THE PRICE OF FREEDOM.

[President Coolidge, Calvin] THE PRICE OF FREEDOM: SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES. Signed by Calvin Coolidge on ffep. Placed in loose is a typed letter transmitting the book, signed by the secretary of the Director of a Masonic Carnival, on White House

Lot: 196 - Signed & Insc. by Eisenhower: CRUSADE IN EUROPE.

[President Eisenhower, Dwight] CRUSADE IN EUROPE. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1948. 1st trade edition. Signed and inscribed by President Eisenhower on dedication page “For George Brooke- with best wishes and warm regard from his friend

Lot: 197 - 21 signature cards: Cabinet members & Pres. Ford

[President Ford/Appointees] 22 Signed items: 1 book signed by Ford and 21 cards signed by cabinet members from the Nixon, Ford, and Carter, and Johnson administrations. ++ Gerald R. Ford and John R. Stiles. PORTRAIT OF THE ASSASSIN. Signed by

Lot: 198 - Inscribed: Lyndon Johnson: THE JOHNSON TREATMENT

[President Johnson, Lyndon] Jack Bell. THE JOHNSON TREATMENT. Signed by Johnson and inscribed to his biographer. Inscription is on ffep and reads “To Jack Ball/ from from his friend/ Lyndon B. Johnson/ May 1, 1965.” Harper & Row, (1965).

Lot: 199 - Signed by Lyndon Johnson: THE VANTAGE POINT.

[President Johnson, Lyndon] THE VANTAGE POINT: Perspectives of the Presidency 1963-1969. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, (1971). Signed by Lyndon Johnson on initial blank leaf. 8vo. Cloth; very good. Dj’s white areas toned. 3.2 Lb.

Lot: 200 - Inscribed by Johnson w/ TLS: TO HEAL AND TO BUILD.

[President Johnson, Lyndon] TO HEAL AND TO BUILD: The Programs of President Lyndon B. Johnson. Edited by James MacGregor Burns. NY: McGraw-Hill Book Company, (1968). First Edition, Third Printing (stated), SIGNED & INSCRIBED with TYPED LETTER SIGNED.

Lot: 201 - John F. Kennedy: Signed letterhead.

[President Kennedy, John F.] Signed House of Representatives letterhead. Signed “John F. Kennedy/ MC.” With franking envelope. “For Signature” handwritten in ink at center. The purpose of Kennedy’s signature is not known with

Lot: 202 - Jacqueline Kennedy: Signed mock-up Christmas Print

[Kennedy Jacqueline] Mock-up for the 1961 White House gift print, hand signed by Jacqueline Kennedy in margin at lower left. Cecil Stoughton (the White House photographer) shot multiple photos in front of the White House fountains on the South Lawn.

Lot: 203 - Jack Ruby Beer License Receipt, VEGAS CLUB, 1955

[Ruby, Jack] Temporary receipt showing payment for Beer License Fees for Jack Ruby, owner of Vegas Club in Dallas, TX. Ruby was a nightclub operator who fatally shot Lee Harvey Oswald on Nov. 24, 1963, who was in police custody after being charged

Lot: 204 - Signed, inscribed: THE QUOTABLE ROBERT F. KENNEDY.

[Kennedy, Robert] THE QUOTABLE ROBERT F. KENNEDY. Signed and inscribed by Robert Kennedy on ffep. Inscribed in black marker "For Florence Love/ With Best Wishes/ Robert Kennedy." Compiled and Edited by Sue G. Hall and the Staff of Quote. Droke House,

Lot: 205 - 12 Ronald Reagan movie stills: STALLION ROAD.

[Reagan, Ronald] 12 Kodachromes (incl a couple duplicates). made to publicize the movie “Stallion Road” (1947). All images show Larry Hanrahan (played by Ronald Reagan). Other actors and actresses include Rory Teller (played by Alexis

Lot: 206 - Ronald Reagan Ranch Branded Tree Stump w/ Plaque

[Reagan, President Ronald]. Branded tree stump w/ brass plaque from Rancho del Cielo, President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan's ranch in Santa Barbara, California. Stands approx. 16 in. high, about 18 in. in diameter, with brass plaque that reads "From/

Lot: 206A - 2 signed photographs: Ronald Reagan + Jimmy Carter

[President Reagan/Carter] 2 signed color photographs. 1 signed by Jimmy Carter, the other by Ronald Reagan, each in lower margin. Inscription on each is in the hand of a White House calligrapher. About 9 ¼ x 8 in. w/in matting. Sight condition

Lot: 207 - Over 500 press photos by Republican photographer.

[Republican Photographer/Mudrock, Jack] Over 500 press photos by Jack Mudrock (1928-2015), Republican photographer & Navy Lt. Commander. Active as a photographer in the late 1960s through the early 1980s. Organized into 9 boxes of photos w/ 3 manila

Lot: 208 - MAN FROM INDEPENDENCE. Sgd & Insc by Pres.Truman.

[President Truman, Harry] Jonathan Daniels. THE MAN FROM INDEPENDENCE. Signed and inscribed by President Harry Truman “To Ben Weintraub/ from Harry Truman” on ffep. J. B. Lippincott Company, (1950). 8vo. Cloth; very good. DJ has chip to

Lot: 209 - 25 signed items: Humphrey, Quayle, Gore, others.

[Presidential Candidates/Vice Presidents] 27 signed items. ++ 2 copies of same program: ALMAS TEMPLE SHRINE BENEFIT BASEBALL GAME: Boston Red Sox vs. New York Mets, Monday, August 14, 1972 R.F.K. Stadium… Pre-Game Exhibition: Republicans vs.

Lot: 210 - 21 signature cards: Cleveland, McKinley appointees

[Presidential Appointees] 21 signed items: 20 signature cards and 1 cut signature, each from a Cabinet member under Grover Cleveland or William McKinley. Includes: ++ 8 first term Cleveland appointees: Augustus Garland (Attorney General); Thomas F.

Lot: 211 - 29 signature cards: Grant, Hayes, Arthur Cabinets

[Presidential Appointees] 29 cards signed by Cabinet members appointed by Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes and Chester Arthur. ++ Includes 12 of Grant’s Cabinet members: L. M. Morrill (Secretary of the Treasury beginning June 1876,

Lot: 212 - 45 signature cards: Cabinet members, 1900-1933.

[Presidential Appointees] 45 cards signed by Cabinet members from the Theodore Roosevelt, Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover Administrations. Includes: ++ 12 cards signed by members of Theodore Roosevelt’s cabinet: 2 cards signed by Elihu

Lot: 212A - COSMOS. Signed and inscribed by Carl Sagan.

Sagan,Carl. COSMOS. Signed and inscribed on ffep “To My Good Friend… Who speaks for Earth? We do! Cordially yours, Carl Sagan.” Random House, (1980). 4to. Cloth, in dj. Very good, minor wear to dj’s edges, tear (less than 1

Lot: 213 - 6 scrapbooks from Smithsonian Sec'y Carmichael

[Smithsonian Secretary Carmichael] 6-volume scrapbook maintained by Leonard Carmichael (b. 1898, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1953-64) and his wife, Martha Carmichael, whose ownership signature appears at the front of the 1952-53

Lot: 214 - William Lloyd Garrison sgd verse & THE LIBERATOR

[Slavery/Garrison, Wm. Lloyd] 2 Items incl. signed verse by William Lloyd Garrison and copy of THE LIBERATOR from 1858. ++ 8 lines of verse handwritten by William Lloyd Garrison, signed by him. 1st leaf reads: “Set fools and upstarts boast they

Lot: 215 - Archive & photos TUSKEGEE AIRMEN Chas. Francis

[Tuskegee Airmen/Charles E. Francis] Maryland native Charles E. Francis (1916-1993) is credited with coining the term "Tuskegee Airmen" when he authored a book in 1955 by the same name, "The Tuskegee Airmen: The Men Who Changed a Nation." Francis

Lot: 217 - 17 items sgd by Truman, Eisenhower cabinet members

[Supreme Court/Presidential Appointees] 17 Items. ++ Card signed by Fred M. Vinson (Chief Justice 1946-53, Secretary of the Treasury 1945-46, Director of the Office of Economic Stabilization 1943-45). Typed date of “October 23, 1945.” 4

Lot: 218 - 12 sgd items: Robert Jackson, Cabinet appointees.

[Supreme Court/FDR Appointees] 12 Signed Items. ++ Robert Jackson. Signed card. 5 x 3 ¼ in., Jackson was the Supreme Court Justice from 1941-1954, Attorney General 1940-41, and had been Solicitor General 1938-1940. The phrases “Best wishes

Lot: 219 - 2 books signed & inscribed by Felix Frankfurter.

[Supreme Court/Felix Frankfurter] 2 Titles signed & inscribed by Frankfurter. Felix Frankfurter. MR. JUSTICE HOLMES AND THE SUPREME COURT. Harvard University Press, 1938. 8vo. Cloth; very good, lacking dj. Signed and inscribed on ffep “For Hon.

Lot: 220 - Sgd, inscribed by Brandeis: LOUIS D. BRANDEIS...

[Supreme Court] Jacob de Haas. LOUIS D. BRANDEIS: A Biographical Sketch With Special Reference to his Contributions to Jewish and Zionist History… Signed and inscribed on the ffep to "My good friend Louis E. Kirsten/ November 27, 1929/ Louis D.

Lot: 221 - Inscribed by Brandeis: OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY.

[Supreme Court] Louis D. Brandeis. OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY: AND HOW THE BANKERS USE IT. Signed and inscribed  “For Herbert Bruce Brougham/ Louis D. Brandeis” in upper margin. The recipient was a reporter who had been a Washington

Lot: 222 - 20 docs (15 sgd by Treasury Secy. or Comptroller).

[Treasury Secretary/Comptroller] 20 internal U.S. government circulars and documents from the Secretary of the Treasury or Comptroller: 2 are signed by Secretary of Treasury Louis McLane, 12 by Comptroller Joseph Anderson, 1 by Acting Comptroller

Lot: 223 - 3 deeds: 1 sgd. by Wash DC Justice Wm. Cranch

[Washington DC Deeds] 3 deeds for Washington DC/ District of Columbia land sales, signed by William Cranch, Franklin Edmonston & William Paulding. ++ 1 deed signed by William Cranch in 1827/1828 as subscriber of deeds for the District of Columbia.

Lot: 224 - Deed sgd. by Wm. Thornton, Architect of US Capitol

[Thornton, William] Deed dated July 12, 1822, from a mortgage countersigned by Dr. William Thornton (1759-1828) as Justice of the Peace. John H. Sherburne and Mary Ann Sherburne took out a mortgage for 2 lots in Washington County, District of

Lot: 225 - Deed sgd. by James Hoban, Architect of White House

[White House] Land deed countersigned by James Hoban (1762-1831), the Irish-American architect whose design for the White House was chosen by President George Washington in 1792. Hoban supervised the construction of the north wing of the Capitol from

Lot: 226 - Stilson Hutchins, Wash. Post founder, sgd. stock

[Washington Post] 4 stock certificates issued to Stilson Hutchins and signed by him on verso in anticipation of future transfer. Includes 2 certificates issued by the California King Gold Mines Company (both 2500 shares, Feb. 14, 1902). Certificates

Lot: 227 - KARL WIRSUM, 1969 sgd. letter w/ drawing

[Wirsum, Karl] Karl Wirsum (Amer. 1939-) signed letter to Washington Post art critic Paul Richard, with drawing of artist Joe White. Written and drawn in black pen on a single 8 ½ x 11 in. page with letterhead, signed “Karl W.” lower

Lot: 228 - Queen Elizabeth II/ Prince Philip signed photo.

[British Royalty] Photograph signed on mount by Queen Elizabeth II (“Elizabeth R”) and “Philip” (Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh). Dated “1957” between the signatures. Image shows them with Princess Anne, Charles

Lot: 229 - 4 signed items: George H. W. Bush, incl 2 ALSs.

[Bush, George Herbert W.] 4 signed items (2 ALSs + 2 TLS/TNSs), each to Rex Scouten. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief

Lot: 230 - 7 Items: Barbara Bush. 4 ALSs, 3 autograph replies

[Bush, Barbara] 7 items incl 4 ALSs by Barbara Bush to Rex Scouten and 3 notes by Barbara Bush handwritten below the text of letters given to her by Rex Scouten. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10

Lot: 231 - 5 items signed by George H. W. Bush (2 inscribed).

[Bush, George H. W.] 5 signed items. ++ TLS. Feb. 8, 1993. Typed text reads in part “Dear Rex, We are settling into our new office and rental home and adjusting back to private life… Barbara and I are grateful to you for all you did for

Lot: 232 - 6 Books (4 w/ BP signed by George H. W. Bush).

[Bush, George H. W.] 6 Vols (4 with bookplate signed by George H. W. Bush, 3 with inscription). Provenance: Rex Scouten collection of White House Americana. Scouten worked at the White House or as a Secret Service agent during 10 Presidencies (Truman

Lot: 233 - ~34 items incl 2 TLSs by George H. W. Bush.

[Bush, George H. W.] About 35 items incl 2 TLSs by George H. W. Bush and 1 photo signed by Everett Raymond Kinstler. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a

Lot: 234 - 6 Items: HENRY CASSELLI, inscr + 2 TLSs + 3 photos

[Casselli, Henry] Donelson Hoopes. HENRY CASSELLI: MASTER OF THE AMERICAN WATERCOLOR. New Orleans Museum of Art, 2000. Sq. 4to. Cloth; near fine in very good dj with typical curling to dj’s edges. Signed and inscribed by the artist on half title

Lot: 235 - 3 items signed by Rosalynn Carter: ALS, TLS, ANS.

[Carter, Rosalynn] 3 Signed Items. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and White House Curator.

Lot: 236 - 18 items incl 15 White House Christmas prints.

[Christmas/White House Prints] 18 Items, incl 15 White House Christmas prints (issued for 1963, 1964-1968, 1970, 1971, 1974-1976, 1982-1983, 1985, 1991 and a National Christmas Tree Association award to Rex Scouten (who was by then the White House

Lot: 237 - 11 White House Christmas prints + 9 Xmas cards.

[Christmas/White House Prints & Cards] 21 items: 11 White House Christmas prints + 10 White House Christmas cards. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a

Lot: 238 - 28 items incl 13 White House Christmas prints.

[Christmas/White House Prints] 28 items. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and White House

Lot: 239 - 250 items: 5 signed by Bill, 3 by Hillary Clinton.

[Clinton, Bill/Hillary] About 50 Items (5 signed by Bill Clinton, 3 by Hillary Rodham Clinton). Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service

Lot: 240 - 8 items (3 inscribed by Rosalynn Carter).

[First Ladies] 8 Items. ++ White House Christmas print for 1978, inscribed by Rosalynn Carter in lower margin, which is normally left blank. Inscription reads “With appreciation and best wishes, Rosalynn.” The “Jimmy” is likely

Lot: 241 - 14 signed items: Pat Nixon, Lady Bird Johnson...

[First Ladies] 18 Signed Letters/Cards to Rex Scouten, 15 of them by First Ladies. ++ Patricia Nixon. ALS to Rex Scouten. Reads in full: “Dear Rex- your charming birthday card made the event extra special./ Memories are our dearest possessions.

Lot: 242 - 9 Items incl Jerry Ford ALS, Susan Ford Bales ALS.

[Ford, Gerald] 9 Items, incl 1 ALS. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and White House Curator.

Lot: 244 - Jacqueline Kennedy: ALS: White House Decoration

Kennedy, Jacqueline. ALS to Rex Scouten about lighting in the White House Blue Room and East Room. At the time, he was Assistant to the Chief Usher of the White House, and was later promoted to Chief Usher. Handwritten on 3 White House note sheets

Lot: 245 - 5 Items, 3 w/ Jacqueline Kennedy handwriting.

[Kennedy, Jacqueline] 5 items (3 with Jacqueline Kennedy’s handwriting). ++ ANS related to drinks served at White House events, addressed to Anne Lincoln, who then gave the ANS to Rex Scouten. Lincoln was the Executive Housekeeper. Scouten was

Lot: 246 - Over 42 items incl Jackie Kennedy ANS, inscr photo

[Kennedy, Jacqueline] Over 42 items (2 handwritten and signed). Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White

Lot: 247 - ANS by Jackie Kennedy, also sgd by John F. Kennedy

[Kennedy, John F./Jaqueline] ANS by Jacqueline Kennedy. “For Rex Scouten/ with gratitude and appreciation/ Jacqueline Kennedy/ Christmas 1961.” 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 in. Signed “John Kennedy” below Jacqueline Kennedy’ signature. With

Lot: 248 - Richard Nixon. 4 TLsS to Rex Scouten. 1965-1987.

[Nixon, Richard] 4 TLsS from Richard Nixon to Rex Scouten. ++ TLS (pre-Presidential) signed as “Dick Nixon,” Nixon’s personal letterhead (New York). Typed text, in full: “July 6, 1965/ Dear Rex: It has been called to my attention

Lot: 249 - 7 items incl photo inscribed by Richard Nixon.

[Nixon, Richard/Patricia] 7 Items (2 inscribed). ++ Richard Nixon. Photograph signed and inscribed “To. Rex Scouten/ with deep appreciation and all good wishes from Richard Nixon.” Within matting: 9 1/8 x 7 1/4 in. Within frame: 11 1/2 x 9

Lot: 250 - 19 Items incl Richard Nixon TLS + Signed photo.

[Nixon, Richard/Patricia/Julie] 18 Items. Provenance: Rex Scouten collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and White House

Lot: 251 - 20 Photos & ephemera from WH Chief Usher Scouten

[Photographs/Certificates/White House] 20 Items. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and White

Lot: 252 - 12 Books, mostly signed, inscribed to Rex Scouten.

[Politics] 12 Titles, mostly signed and inscribed to Rex Scouten. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and White House Curator. 8 hardcover (mostly in dj), 4

Lot: 253 - Ronald Reagan. ALS to Scouten, Chief Usher 1969-86

Reagan, Ronald. ALS to Rex Scouten (Chief Usher of the White House, 1969-86, during most of Reagan’s presidency, White House Curator 1986-1997). Reads in full: “Feb. 11-1991/ Dear Rex/ Could I ask a favor of you? Will you please tell all

Lot: 254 - 7 items: Nancy Reagan: 6 ALSs/ANSs + 1 inscr photo

Reagan, Nancy. 7 items: 6 ALSs/ANSs, 1 inscribed photograph. Near fine. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the

Lot: 255 - ~40 Items: Nancy Reagan, etc.

[Reagan, Nancy] About 40 Items (4 signed by Nancy Reagan). Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and

Lot: 256 - WH Chief Usher Rex Scouten Commemorate SP Tray

[White House/Chief Usher] 12 in. round silverplate tray given to Rex Scouten during the Reagan administration to commemorate his service as White House Chief Usher. Tray inscribed "Rex Scouten/ Chief Usher/ The White House/ 16 Years/ 1970-1986." No

Lot: 257 - Reagan 1986 Christmas Lenox Bowl w/ orig. box

[Reagan/Scouten, Rex] Lenox "The White House" pattern bowl w/ red & gilt border, presented to Rex Scouten at Christmas in 1986 to celebrate his service as Curator of the White House. Decorated on side w/ gilt image of White House and signatures of

Lot: 258 - Reagan 1987 Christmas Lenox Candlesticks orig. box

[Reagan/Scouten, Rex] Pair of Lenox candlesticks in "The White House" pattern w/ red & gilt border, presented to Rex Scouten at Christmas in 1987 to celebrate his service as Curator of the White House. Decorated on side w/ gilt image of White House

Lot: 259 - Pres. Reagan Inaugural & Commemorative Coins

[Reagan/Coins] 5 items issued to celebrate Pres. Ronald Reagan's first and second inaugurations. ++ Commemorative double eagle 1984 coin in Lucite, insc. on back "February 6, 1986." ++ Ronald Reagan copper colored coin and piece of oak flooring from

Lot: 260 - Reagan Commemorative Items & Photos

[Reagan, Ronald & Nancy] 6+ commemorative items and photographs from the Reagan Presidency. ++ Clear glass lidded box with Nancy Reagan signature under image of White House. 2 3/4 x 2 3/4 x 1 1/2. ++ Black/gold pen set in orig. box with gilt seal on

Lot: 261 - 6 Reagan Christmas Hats, Scarves & Stockings

[Reagan, Ronald & Nancy] 6 Reagan White House Christmas items. ++ 2 Christmas 1984 White House hats in red and green. ++ 2 1986 Christmas White House scarves in green and red. ++ 2 Christmas stockings "The White House/ 1981-1988" in orig. bags. All

Lot: 265 - 3 TLSs + documents related to Secret Service.

[Secret Service] 3 TLSs by Richard Nixon and other printed, handwritten, typed documents, and carbon copies related to Rex Scouten’s work as a Secret Service agent. Scouten was assigned to protect Richard Nixon as Vice President beginning in

Lot: 266 - Frank Sinatra. TLS to Chief Usher of White House.

Sinatra, Frank. TLS thank you letter to Rex Scouten as Chief Usher of the White House. Dated “April 27, 1973/ Mr. Rex Scouten/ Head Usher of the White House/ Usher’s Office/ Washington, D. C./ Dear Mr. Scouten: May I express my sincere

Lot: 267 - 10 Items: Truman travel. Rex Scouten collection.

[Truman, Harry] 10 Items. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and White House Curator. ++ Domain

Lot: 268 - 10 signed and inscribed books: DC/Architecture.

[Washington, D.C./Architecture] 10 signed inscribed books. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and

Lot: 269 - 14 Books (3 signed) Art, Furniture, White House...

[White House/Art/Design] 14 Titles + 1 Prospectus. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and White

Lot: 270 - 19 Vols: White House, political & other biography.

[White House/Biography] 19 Vols (incl duplicates). Mostly biographies of Presidents, Alice Roosevelt Longworth, Raymond Everett Kinstler, and others. Several relate to the White House or other subjects. Mostly hardcover, some softcover. Sold with all

Lot: 271 - Over 76 items: Buttons, White House programs...

[White House/Buttons] Over 76 Items. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and White House Curator.

Lot: 274 - 2 fragments from 1994 White House plane crash.

[White House Plane Crash] 2 small glass fragments from the incident in September 1994 when an airplane flew to downtown Washington, moved about 50 feet over the surface of the South Lawn, and crashed into the White House. Less than 3 in. Scouten

Lot: 275 - 9 items: White House renovation.

[White House Renovation] 10 Items. Provenance: Rex Scouten Collection of White House Americana. Scouten served 10 Presidents from Truman to Clinton, including time as a Secret Service agent, Chief Usher of the White House, and White House Curator. ++

Lot: 276 - 48+ White House Stamps & First Day Issue Covers

[White House Stamps/First Day Covers] Over 48 Items. ++ Over 40 First Day of Issue Covers, many duplicates. Some standard-sized, many oversized envelopes/flyers. Mostly near fine. Stamps/envelopes and postmark dates are: Harry Truman Presidential

Lot: 277 - 13 Vols + 7 booklets: White House, etc.

[White House] 22 Titles (20 Vols + 7 Booklets), including duplicates. 6 are signed. ++ Julie Nixon Eisenhower. PAT NIXON: THE UNTOLD STORY. Simon and Schuster, (1986), later prtg. Bookplate signed “Julie Nixon Eisenhower/ 1991.” ++ Roland

Lot: 278 - Over 35 items: Photos, menus, etc. Chief WH Usher

[White House] Over 35 Items. ++ Over 20 photographs (mostly White House press photos, mostly Carter to Clinton Administration, a few earlier); several letters; black-bordered printed invitation to John F. Kennedy’s funeral Nov. 25, 1963; 8

Lot: 279 - 51 videos, film reels: White House, events, staff.

[White House] Over 51 Items (over 45 VHS video tapes and 6 film reels), mostly related to the White House and its staff (incl duplicate videos). Untested. 1 film reel has sharp creasing to the yellow/ blank portion for the beginning. Provenance: Rex

Lot: 280 - Jamie Wyeth. Ink signed halftone litho of WH.

Wyeth, Jamie (Am., b. 1946). Halftone color lithograph of the White House at night. Ink signed by Jamie Wyeth to lower right of image. Image: 7 5/8 x 7 in. Sight condition near fine. Under glass. Not examined out of frame. Provenance: Rex Scouten

Lot: 281 - 7 cabinet cards: DC Black Americans w/ Scurlock

[African Americans/Wash. DC] 7 cabinet cards by photographers in Washington, D.C. incl. 1 by Scurlock. ++ Cabinet card of woman. Backstamp is faded but legible (“Lardner, Photographer...) Scuffed, burn mark to right portion, some staining, mount

Lot: 282 - Over 70 photos: Architecture, Landscape, Botany.

[Architecture/Landscape/Botany] Over 70 photographs. American British, French, and German houses, buildings, and urban and rural scenery. Includes Calumet Place, Washington, D.C. (other side of that photo's mount has a photo of the interior of

Lot: 283 - 4 photographs: Miss America beauty pageant, 1953.

[Miss America/Beauty Pageant] 3 photographs by Fred Hess from the 1953 Miss America and 1 by Hans Knopf. ++ Panoramic group photo of all contestants. Bottom-center of image: “Miss America Pageant - September 7th to 12th, 1953 - Convention Hall,

Lot: 284 - ~41 photos: Children.

[Children] About 41 photographs. ++ Album of 12 cabinet cards and 12 CDVs, mostly but not entirely small children. Some albumen, some gelatin silver, 1 small tintype on CDV-sized mount. Photographers include Eastman Kodak Co. (Rochester, NY); Mumper

Lot: 285 - CHRISTENBERRY, "Window with Curtain, Greensboro"

Christenberry, William (US, 1936-). 1980 signed photograph titled "Window with Curtain." 1980. Photograph. On bottom reverse: "Window with Curtain - Greensboro, Alabama 1975 Pr. 1980". Signed above print date. Image: 3 3/16" x 4 14.5/16". Outside of

Lot: 286 - Over 31 items, mostly crime press photos.

[Crime] Over 31 items, mostly press photos of crime scenes, mostly 1950s-1960s. ++ About 30 press photos related to crime and police. Includes policeman with a club leading away a prisoner bleeding from his eye; “Rat Packer” gang member at

Lot: 287 - Nestor Hernandez Jr.: 15 b/w photos of Cuba

[Cuba/Hernandez, Nestor] 15 b/w photographs of Cuba in the 1990s by Wash. DC photographer Nestor Hernandez. Nestor Lewis Hernandez Jr., (1961-2006) was a freelance documentary photographer, photographer-in-residence and director of youth photography

Lot: 288 - Nestor Hernandez Jr.: 15 b/w photos of Cuba

[Children/Hernandez, Nestor] 15 b/w photographs of children taken by Wash. DC photographer Nestor Hernandez. Nestor Lewis Hernandez Jr., (1961-2006) was a freelance documentary photographer, photographer-in-residence and director of youth photography

Lot: 289 - Ambrotype: Prince Frederick William of Prussia

[Ambrotype/Prince William] Ambrotype c. 1859 of Prince Frederick William of Prussia (1831-1888) from portrait by D.J. Pound. Frederick III was German Emperor and King of Prussia for 99 days in 1888. Married Princess Victoria, the oldest daughter of

Lot: 290 - Over 25 photographs: Greece, etc. Many albumen.

[Greece] Over 25 photographs, mostly ancient ruins in Greece, some Rome. Some emphasize landscape. Largely albumen, some gelatin silver. Includes: ++ Large carbon print (verso stamped “Received May 30 1888/ Art Department,” image 20 3/8 x

Lot: 291 - 27 Items: Horses. Photographs, stereoviews...

[Horses] 27 Items, including 16 photographs, 4 photographic stereoviews, 2 printed illustrations, 4 postcards, and 1 issue of Scientific American. Photographs mostly [1907 - 1960s], b/w. Includes 2 photographs titled “Edmar Jojan” on

Lot: 292 - Gardner Albumen Photo from INCIDENTS OF THE WAR

[Gardner, Alexander/Civil War Photograph] Alexander Gardner albumen photograph: "Incidents of the War. Group of Confederate Prisoners at Fairfax Court-House." Albumen photograph was Plate 34 of 100 published in Gardner's 2-vol. work "Photographic

Lot: 293 - Gardner Albumen Photo from INCIDENTS OF THE WAR.

[Gardner, Alexander/Civil War] Alexander Gardner Albumen Photograph: "Incidents of the War. Ruins at Manassas Junction." The photograph shows men looking over the remains of a turntable where the Orange, Alexandria and Manassas Gap Railroads met,

Lot: 294 - 11 NAVY "VU" gelatin silver photos: WWII aircraft

[Military/WWII] 11 photographs likely taken near Naval base at Chincoteague, VA. 6 show Navy aircraft while airborne, 1 shows aircraft at ground level, 3 are aerial views and 1 is a group photo of Utility Squadron 4 (as indicated by “VU-4”

Lot: 295 - Over 42 Items, mostly small Signal Corps photos.

[Military/WWII] Over 42 Items. ++ Over 40 press photos related to operations in Europe (mostly in France). Signal Corps (so indicated by rubber stamps on many versos). From the collection of Robert F. Bogart (active duty Nov. 20, 1944 - Aug. 23,

Lot: 296 - Over 30 WWII photographs, mostly press photos.

[Military/WWII] Over 30 gelatin silver prints, mostly press photos. Mostly Pacific, including China. Some Europe. Includes several related to Italy, 1943. Most have contemporary notations and/or rubber stamp on versos. Mostly 4to, many smaller.

Lot: 297 - Over 70 photographs: Marshall Islands, WWII.

[Military/WWII] Over 70 photographs (some duplicates), taken in the Marshall Islands by Richard Cartwright Doyle, a photographer. Mostly group shots and portraits, but some of aircraft, landscape, tents, One photo’s verso has handwritten date

Lot: 298 - 124+ WWII Photos w/ Hitler by Heinrich Hoffman

[Military/WWII] About 124 photos of WWII: with an image of bodies at the Gotha concentration camp and press photos credited to Heinrich Hoffman (1885-1957). Hoffman was a German photographer, art dealer and publisher who served as Adolf Hitler's

Lot: 299 - Over 130 various photos: press, landscape, medical

[Photographs] Over 130 photographs. Largely family photos, landscape, fishing, etc. One is a hand colored albumen from a book on Japan. Mostly gelatin silver, at least 2 albumen, 2 cyanotype. Over 50 press photos: Medical experiments, zoo photos,

Lot: 300 - 4 Panoramic photos of Summer Camps, 1928-1939.

[Panoramic Photos] 4 panoramic group portrait photographs of summer camp participants. ++ New England Royal Ambassadors Camp Of 1929. “Photo by Tisdale” at lower right, title at center-bottom of image. ++ Older Boys Camp Conference, Lake

Lot: 301 - 7 Rickerby photos: Pres. Eisenhower w/ Mamie TLS

[Rickerby, Arthur B./Eisenhowers] 7 gelatin silver photos by Arthur B. Rickerby (1921-1972) and Mamie Eisenhower TLS. ++ TLS by First Lady Mamie Eisenhower on White House stationery, with WH envelope, to Miss Betty Beale. Beale was a "society

Lot: 302 - 14 Rickerby baseball photos w/ Gil Hodges sgd ball

[Rickerby/Baseball] 14 Rickerby photos: 4 stamped, 10 unmarked but attributed to Rickerby, with signed Gil Hodges NL baseball. Photos of Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Willie Mays, Willie McCovey, Casey Stengel, Jackie Robinson and Pres. Eisenhower. ++

Lot: 303 - 140+ Rickerby photos: Hoffa trial, LIFE Magazine

[Rickerby, Arthur B.] 140+ Arthur B. Rickerby (1921 - 1972) photographs, mostly b/w with some color from LIFE Magazine. Approx. 69 photos with Rickerby name stamped or signed on back in pen/pencil, all b/w except for 19 color LIFE Magazine

Lot: 304 - 3 items incl imperial albumen photograph: Venice

[River Scenes] 3 Items incl. an Imperial Albumen photograph of Venice Bridge of Sighs. ++ Imperial albumen of the Bridge of Sighs in Venice, attributed to Carlo Naya. [C. 1865.] 20 5/8 x 16 1/2 in. within mat. ++ 2 photogravures. Upper margin:

Lot: 305 - 11 Wild West & Rodeo items: 8 real photo postcards

[Wild West] 11 items, largely Wild West and rodeo-related with 8 real photo postcards. ++ 8 real photo postcards. Mostly cowboys on horses or bulls. Includes “Norman Mason on Sundance” (cprt R.R. Doubleday); a cowboy grabbing bull’s

Lot: 306 - BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS OF THE WORLD... Edin: 1885.

[Atlas] BLACK’S GENERAL ATLAS OF THE WORLD: New and Revised Edition Embracing the Latest Discoveries, New Boundaries… Edin: Adam and Charles Black, 1885. 78 plates (as numbered): Flags frontis + 77 map numbers from I-LV, including 22

Lot: 307 - 3 Atlases incl 2 eds. Mitchell's School Geography

[Atlases/School Use] 3 Atlases. ++ MITCHELL’S SCHOOL ATLAS: Comprising Maps and Tables Designed to accompany Mithcell’s School and Family Geography. Phila: E. H. Butler & Co./ NY: Sheldon & Co., 1860, “Edition of 1859” at top of

Lot: 308 - 3 school atlases, 1827-1836.

[Atlases/School Geographies] 3 Atlases. ++ ATLAS, DESIGNED TO ILLUSTRATE THE MALTE-BRUN SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY. Hartford: F. J. Huntington, 1836. 16 hand-colored maps (5 double-page pertaining exclusively to the US, 7 single-page, 4 quarter page), the

Lot: 309 - 3 Maps incl: KARTE VON DEM LAUFE DES FLUSSES...

[Canada/Central Europe/Russia] 3 Maps incl. Bellin "Map Of The Course Of The St. Laurence River From Its Estuary To Quebec" and "Map of the [Range] of the Upper Rhine." Under glass. Not examined out of frames. ++ KARTE VON DEM LAUFE DES FLUSSES St.


[Eastern Europe/Western Asia] NOVA MAPPA GEOGRAPHICA MARIS ASSOVIENSIS VIL DE ZABACHE ET PALUDIS MAETIDIS, accurate aeri incise et in luce edita per Matthaeum Seutter Chalcograph. Map of the Sea of Azov, showing adjacent countries and a decorative

Lot: 311 - Sanson. LE ROYAUME DE FRANCE. Paris: Mariette 1665

[France] Sanson. Map of France and its acqusitions by Nicholas Sanson: LE ROYAUME DE FRANCE, et ses Acquisitions vers les Pays Bas l’Allemagne, l’Italie, et l’Espagne… Paris: Pierre Mariette, 1665. Double-page map showing rivers

Lot: 312 - 2 Cassini French National Survey maps Paris & Caen

[France/Cassini Survey Maps] 2 engraved topographic maps of France, each in 21 sections, published by the Cassini family beginning in the 1740s. The 2 maps here were part of the National Survey of France, 1750-1815, where all 182 maps were completed

Lot: 313 - 3 Maps incl: Merian. DIE FURST: STATT STUETGART.

[France/German Cities] 3 items: 2 engraved maps, 1 engraved bird’s-eye view of Stuttgart by Merian. Double-page. Matted, under glass. Not examined out of frames. ++ Matthew Seutter. ACCURATA ET NOVISSIMA REPRAESENTATIO ICHNOGRAPHICA

Lot: 314 - Philippi Cluverii Introductio. 47 plates, 2 tables

[Geography] PHILIPPI CLUVERII INTRODUCTIO IN UNIVERSAM GEOGRAPHIAM Tam veterem quam novam Tabulis Geographicis XLVI. ac Notic olim ornata a Johanne Bunone, Jam vero locupletata Additamentis & Annotationibus Joh. Frid. Hekelii & Joh. Reiskii. Amst:

Lot: 315 - Philippi Cluveri Introductionis... 1729.

[Geography] PHILIPPI CLUVERI INTRODUCTIONIS IN UNIVERSAM GEOGRPAHIAM, Tam Veterem Quam Novam Libri VI. Cum integris Johannis Bunonis, Joh. Frid. Hekelii & Joh. Reiskii… Amst: Petrum de Coup, 1729. Total of 53 plates: 1 printed folding table + 52

Lot: 316 - Philippi Cluverii Introductio in Universam... 1697

[Geography] PHILIPPI CLUVERII INTRODUCTIO IN UNIVERSAM GEOGRAPHIAM Tam veterem quam novam Tabulis Geographicis XLVI. ac Notis olim ornata a Johanne Bunone, Jam vero locupletata Additamentis & Annotationibus Joh. Frid. Hekelii & Joh. Reiskii. Amst:

Lot: 317 - 3 Geographies incl: Brookes. THE GENERAL GAZETTEER

[Geography/American Imprints] 3 Titles. ++ R. Brookes. THE GENERAL GAZETTEER: OR COMPENDIOUS GEOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY… Lon: J. F. C. Rivington, F. Power and Co. and J. Johnson, et. al., 1791, Seventh Edition. Contains 6 folding maps:

Lot: 318 - LES ESTATS, EMPIRES... Vol I. Boscard, 1614.

[Geography] [Pierre Davitiy]. LES ESTATS, EMPIRES, ET PRINCIPAUTEZ DU MONDE… Vol I only (of 2). Somer: Charles Boscard, 1614. [20], 585pp. Page numbers often in broken type. Pp 321, 399, and 536 mispaginated. Collation: a2-a4, e-e4, i-i2, A-4C4,

Lot: 319 - Heylyn. COSMOGRAPHIE IN FOUR BOOKS… 1666,

[Geography/History] Peter Heylyn. COSMOGRAPHIE IN FOUR BOOKS… Lon: Phillip Chetwind. Engr title: 1666. 1st printed title: 1666. 2nd printed title: 1665. The 6 divisional title pages are dated 1665; 1665; 1665; 1662; (nd); 1667. “3d.

Lot: 320 - A Little Description of the Great World. 1633.

Peter Heylyn. [MIKROKOSMOS] A LITTLE DESCRIPTION Of THE GREAT WORLD. Oxford: Printed for William Turner, and Robert Allott, 1633. “Sixth” edition. Covers the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and Latin America. STC 13281. Lacking maps and

Lot: 321 - Ortelius. THESAURUS GEOGRAPHICUS... (1611).

[Geography] Encyclopedia of terms used in geography, with some focus on Greek & Roman mythology and historical figures. ABRAHAMI ORTELII ANTVERPIANI THESAURUS GEOGRAPHICUS RECOGNITUS ET AUCTUS: In quo Omnium Totius Terrae Regionum, Montium,

Lot: 322 - 7 geographies/school books incl Guthrie, 1794.

[Geography/School Books] 7 Vols. ++ William Guthrie. A NEW GEOGRAPHICAL, HISTORICAL, AND COMMERCIAL GRAMMAR… Lon: Charles Dilly/ G. G. and J. Robinson, 1794. 25 plates total (24 plates plus a duplicate of Russia). All but 1 plate are folding


[Netherlands] Nicholas Visscher. TABULA NOVA PROVINCIAE ULTRAJECTINAE… Shows the road network of the Netherlands, ca. late 1600s - early 1700s. Cities shown include Haarlem, Gouda, Schoonhoven, Buren, Arnhem, Zutphen, Dusberg, and most

Lot: 324 - 2 Books: Shirley, ...WORLD + Ptolemy, COSMOGRAPHIA

[Map Reference/Atlas Facsimile] 2 Titles. ++ Rodney W Shirley. THE MAPPING OF THE WORLD: Early Printed World Maps 1472-1700. Lon: Holland Press, (cprt 1983), (acknowledgements page at end of volume “January 1984”). 4to. Cloth; near fine in

Lot: 325 - CYPRUS INSULA. [Ca 1630s-40s]. Map.

[Mediterranean] CYPRUS INSULA. [C. 1630s-40s.] Double-page map by Bleau (or by Jansson after Bleau), after an earlier map by Ortelius. Shows the locations of towns on the Eastern Mediterranean island. 2 engraved shields (Arms of Lusignans at top

Lot: 326 - 1849 Western Hemisphere map in orig. frame

[Western Hemisphere] Western Hemisphere map with printed and hand drawn elements, labeled "George Williams" and "Christmas 1849." Continents and islands appear to be hand drawn in ink with gilt embellishment on a pre-printed template of heavy card

Lot: 327 - AMERICAE MAPPA GENERALIS. Homann's Heirs, 1746.

[New World] AMERICAE MAPPA GENERALIS: Secundum legitimas projectionis stercographicae regulas, relationesque recentissimas et observationes sociorum Acad. Reg. sc quae Parisiis est aliorumque auctorum nec non secundum mentem D. I. M Hasii M.P.P…

Lot: 328 - 3 Maps: 2 from Atlas Universel Illustre.

[New World] 3 Maps. Sight condition near fine. Matted, under glass. Not examined out of frames. ++ AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE. Map of North America (from Alaska to Greenland to Panama), flanked by engraved vignettes showing explorers with an Indian,

Lot: 329 - Map Of Scotland Showing The North British Railway

[Railroads] MAP OF SCOTLAND SHOWING THE NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY AND ITS COMMUNICATIONS. Area of coverage extends from the Orkney Islands to the Solway Firth and Carlisle. Printed on a mustard yellow cloth (probably wool). Orig leather strip along

Lot: 330 - Map of the Country from the Rariton River...[1806]


Lot: 331 - Plan de la Ville de L'Assomption, dans Le Paraguay

[South America] [Felix de Azara]. PLAN DE LA VILLE DE L’ASSOMPTION, DANS LE PARAGUAY or the map of the City of Asuncion, the capital city of Paraguay. Double page hand-colored engraved map c. 1809 on laid paper showing the latitude, longitude

Lot: 332 - Carte Du Paraguay Du Chili Du Detroit de Magellan

[South America] CARTE DU PARAGUAY DU CHILI... Double-page, showing rivers, mountain/hill ridges, etc., with great attention to rivers and Spanish settlements. Full-text of cartouche: “Carte du Paraguay du Chili Du Detroit de Magellan &c. Dressee

Lot: 333 - 1685 map of South America: L'Amerique Meridionale.

[Sanson/South America] L’AMERIQUE MERIDIONALE DIVISEE EN SES PRINCIPALES PARTIES SCAVOIR LA TERRE FERME, LE PEROU, LE CHILI, LE BRESIL, LE PARAGUAY… 1685. (Title from upper margin.) South America Divided into its Principal Parts: Peru,


[South America] Matthew Seutter. PARAQUARIAE PROVINCIAE SOC. JESU cum Adjacentibus Novissima Descriptio Post iteratas peregrinationes, et plures observationes Patrum Missionariorum ejusdem Soc. tum hujus Provinciae, cum et Peruanae… [C.

Lot: 335 - Hondius 1628 map of Virginia and the Carolinas

[Hondius/Southeast America] VIRGINIAE ITEM ET FLORIDAE AMERICAE PROVINCIARUM, NOVA DESCRIPTIO or a New Description of Virginia and Florida of Provincial America. [From a French-language edition of Hondius’s “Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas Sive

Lot: 336 - Herman Moll map: CAROLINA shows NC, SC and FL

[Southeast] Herman Moll. CAROLINA map. Shows North and South Carolina and Florida, including what is now Georgia, including their trans- Appalachian regions. The southern Tidewater region of Virginia can be seen at the upper right. Used as plate 51

Lot: 337 - Nimmo. REPORT ON THE INTERNAL COMMERCE... 1879.

[US Commerce Maps/Nimmo, Joseph] Joseph Nimmo. REPORT ON THE INTERNAL COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES. Wash: GPO, 1879. “Treasury Department” prtd in upper margin of title. 8 folding maps. 8vo. xi, [1], 250pp, errata slip. Orig cloth. Hinges

Lot: 338 - 4 Items: 3 Maps + 1 portfolio.

[Washington, D.C./ Civil War] 4 items (3 original maps and 1 portfolio of reproduced Civil War maps). ++ GEOGRAPHICAL, STATISTICAL, AND HISTORICAL MAP OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Shows the City of Washington, a separate label for Georgetown,

Lot: 339 - Orbis Terrarum Descriptio Duobis... (Facsimile).

[World] ORBIS TERRARUM DESCRIPTIO DUOBIS PLANIS HEMISPHAERIIS COMPREHENSA. Facsimile of the edition by Joannes Jansson, 1617. Watermark at lower right: “CUA [hand] RRO.” Watermark at upper left: “MOLIVEL.” Outer edge of border:

Lot: 340 - 3 Map Reference Books incl: DEGREES OF LATITUDE.

[Map Reference] 3 Titles. ++ Margaret Beck Pritchard and Henry G. Taliaferro. DEGREES OF LATITUDE: MAPPING COLONIAL AMERICA. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation/ Harry N. Abrams, (2002). ++ Seymour I. Schwartz and Ralph E. Ehrenberg. THE MAPPING OF

Lot: 341 - 7 Vols incl: LANDMARKS OF MAPMAKING.

[Map Reference] 6 Titles (7 Vols). 4to/folio. Hardcover in dj. ++ R. V. Tooley, Charles Bricker, and Gerald Roe Crone. LANDMARKS OF MAPMAKING: An Illustrated Survey of Maps and Mapmakers. Thomas Y. Crowell, (1976). Near fine in fair, price clipped

Lot: 342 - 12 Vols: Map reference, atlas facsimile.

[Map Reference/Atlas facsimile] 11 Titles (12 Vols). ++ SPIEGEL DER ZEEVAERDT, VANDE NAVIGATIE DER WESTERSCHE ZEE… (Lausanne: Sequoia, 1964). Facsimile of 1584 edition. Minor stains and surface wear. ++ C. Koeman. THE HISTORY OF LUCAS JANSZOON

Lot: 343 - 11 Books: Italian, French, British, Dutch art.


Lot: 344 - 6 Books: Vietnamese, Buddhist art, 2 signed.

[Asian/Vietnamese/Buddhist Art] 6 Titles. ++ BUI XUAN PHAI: In the collection of Tran Hau Tuan. (1995). One of 500. Cloth, in dj. Minor stain to rfep and last 2 leaves. ++ Bui Thanh Phuong and Tran Hau Tuan. BUI XUAN PHAI: CUOC DOI VA TAC PHAM. Nha

Lot: 345 - Bernard Buffet: Lithographs 1952 - 1966. 11 lith.

BERNARD BUFFET: LITHOGRAPHS 1952 – 1966. Preface by Georges Simenon, Catalogue compiled by Fernand Mourlot. NY: Tudor Publishing, (1968). 4to. Orig wraps. Near fine in good slipcase. 11 color lithographs (10 plates + foldover dustjacket for the

Lot: 346 - Dauberville. BONNARD: 3 Vols: Vols II-IV (1968-74)

[Bonnard] Jean and Henry Dauberville. BONNARD… Catalogue Raisonne de l’Oeuvre Peint. 3 Vols (of 4): Vols II-IV (covering 1906-1947). Paris: J. et H. Berneheime-Jeune, (1968); (1973); (1974). 4to. Cloth; near fine in very good djs. 16 Lb.

Lot: 347 - 3 Books incl: Folda. ART OF THE CRUSADERS. Signed.

[Byzantine/Scandinavian/Crusader Art] 3 Titles (1 signed). ++ Jaroslav Folda. THE ART OF THE CRUSADERS IN THE HOLY LAND 1098-1187. Cambridge University Press, (1995). Signed and inscribed on title. ++ C. S. Drake. THE ROMANESQUE FONTS OF NORTHERN

Lot: 349 - FLASH GORDON. Signed by Al Williamson.

[Flash Gordon Cartoons] Alex Raymond. FLASH GORDON. Nostalgia Press, (1967). Signed by Al Williamson (on p5), who wrote the Biographical Introduction, and inscribed to previous owner. Oblong folio. Cloth; fraying at spine base, foxing to frontis

Lot: 350 - METEOR French Comic: 1958 German No. 1 Issue

[Comic Books/Meteor Science Fiction] METEOR comic book, German language issue number 1, "Sputnik erobert den Weltraum." Meteor Science Fiction, French language comic book, published from 1953 until 1964. This title, "Sputnik erobert den Weltraum" was

Lot: 351 - Al Williamson Flash Gordon Artwork: DREAM DEVILS

[Comic Art/Williamson, Al] Al (Alphonso)Williamson (1931-2010) artwork for the first Union Carbide Flash Gordon series featuring Bakelite in "Dream Devils of the Volcanic World." ++ First ad in series featuring Flash Gordon for Union Carbide's

Lot: 352 - Al Williamson Flash Gordon Artwork: HAIRY GIANTS

[Comic Art/Williamson, Al] Al (Alphonso)Williamson (1931-2010) artwork for the Union Carbide Flash Gordon series featuring Bakelite in "The Hairy Giants of Mongo's Northland." In this ad Flash Gordon "has been taken slave by the Hairy Giants who

Lot: 353 - Al Williamson Flash Gordon Artwork GLACIER MONSTER

[Comic Art/Williamson, Al] Al (Alphonso)Williamson (1931-2010) for Union Carbide Flash Gordon Artwork featuring Bakelite in "Glacier Monster of the Ice Kingdom." ++ Colorist artwork for Flash Gordon "Glacier Monster of the Ice Kingdom" ad with

Lot: 354 - Al Williamson Flash Gordon Artwork SOS FROM..MONGO

[Comic Art/Williamson, Al] Al (Alphonso)Williamson (1931-2010) for Union Carbide Flash Gordon Artwork featuring Bakelite in "SOS From The Powermen of Mongo." In this ad, Flash Gordon uses UC's injection molded Bakelite switch to knock out power to

Lot: 355 - Al Williamson Flash Gordon Artwork: TREACHERY

[Comic Art/Williamson, Al] Al (Alphonso)Williamson (1931-2010) for Union Carbide Flash Gordon Artwork featuring Bakelite in "Treachery in the Land of the Hawkmen." In this ad Flash Gordon rockets to Arboria to promote Union Carbide plastics and

Lot: 356 - Crosby Chromolithograph: Yosemite Valley c. 1873

[Crosby & Co. Chromolithograph] Charles H. Crosby & Co., Boston, chromolithograph view of Yosemite Valley, c. 1873. View of the mountains and valleys of El Capitan, Half Dome and Yosemite. Maker's mark on bottom edge. Paper slightly toned, 13 7/8 x


[Dali, Salvador] 2 vols. THE JERUSALEM BIBLE. NY: Doubleday & Co., 1970. Red leatherette covers, gilt lettering & edges, ribbon markers in 2-pc. red box. Full color illus. by Dali. Very clean and bright, box edges rubbed. ++ THE WINES OF GALA.

Lot: 358 - Paul Verlaine, HASHISH & INCENSE w/ sdg. frontis.

[Erotica] Paul Verlaine. HASHISH AND INCENSE. Illustrations by Mahlon Blaine. Paul Verlaine Society, 1929. One of 50 (#47 of 49) ink signed by the illustrator in margin of frontis. 8 illustrations total (the signed frontis, 6 full-page, and title

Lot: 359 - 5 Golf books incl: THE LIFE... ALISTAIR MACKENZIE.

[Golf] 5 Titles. ++ Tom Doak, James S. Scott, and Raymund M. Haddock. THE LIFE AND WORK OF DR. ALISTER MACKENZIE. Sleeping Bear Press, (2001). ++ Bradley S. Klein. DISCOVERING DONALD ROSS: The Architect and his Golf Courses. Sleeping Bear, (2001).

Lot: 360 - 6 Golf books incl: THE CLUBMAKER’S ART,

[Golf] 6 Titles. ++ THE CLUBMAKER’S ART: Antique Golf Clubs and their History. Zephyr Productions, (1997). Signed and inscribed on title page: “Cutter & Buck- Congratulations on the opening of your fabulous New store! Jeff Ellis/ Seattle

Lot: 361 - 10 illuminated manuscript facsimiles.

[Illuminated Manuscript Facsimiles] 10 Titles. ++ Millard Meiss and Edith W. Kirsch. THE VISCONTI HOURS, NATIONAL LIBRARY, FLORENCE. George Braziller, (1972). ++ THE TRES RICHES HEURES OF JEAN, DUKE OF BERRY, Musee Conde, Chantilly. George

Lot: 362 - 4 Books incl: POPULAR TREATISE ON GEMS. 1859.

[Jewelry] 4 Titles. ++ L. Feuchtwanger. A POPULAR TREATISE ON GEMS, In Reference to their Scientific Value: A Guide for the Teacher of Natural Sciences… NY: D. Appleton & Company, 1859. 18 plates (some hand colored). 8vo. Modern cloth with


[Marine Art] 4 Vols. ++ M. V. and Dorothy Brewington. THE MARINE PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS IN THE PEABODY MUSEUM. Salem, MA: 1968. One of 3000; #524 of 750. ++ Philip Chadwick Foster Smith. MORE MARINE PAINTINGS & DRAWINGS IN THE PEABODY MUSEUM. 1979.

Lot: 364 - VAN VELDE DRAWINGS. 2 Vols. 1958-1974.

[Marine Artists] VAN VELDE DRAWINGS: A Catalogue of Drawings in the National Maritime Museum made by The Elder and the Younger Willem van de Velde. 2 Vols. Cambridge: Published for the Trustees of the National Maritime Museum at the University

Lot: 365 - ~48 Medical Illus. w/ “Photographic

[Medical Illustrations] About 48 photographic medical illustrations from several volumes incl. TAFEL. ++ About 21 plates and several text leaves from George Henry Fox’s “Photographic Illustrations of Skin Diseases,” NY: E. B. Treat,

Lot: 366 - IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT. Steno typescript 1955 movie

[Movie Script] IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT: Screenplay by Claude Binyon: First Estimating Draft: June 17, 1955. Full text of front wrap: “Columbia Story No. 2525/ It Happened One Night/ This script is the property of Columbia Pictures Corp. When it

Lot: 367 - Over 50 items, mostly movie programs.

[Movies] Over 50 items. ++ SOUVENIR OF THE BIRTH OF A NATION... (Front wrap: D. W. GRIFFITHS’S THE BIRTH OF A NATION.” Epoch Producing, (1916). Both the front and rear wrap are signed by 2 people: Susie M. Elliott and William Frederick

Lot: 368 - SINGRAVEN: De Geschiedenis... 4 Vols. 1934.

[Netherlands] Karl Dohmann and W. H. Dingeldein. SINGRAVEN: DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN EEN TWENTSCHE HAVEZATE or "Singraven: The History of the Manor [Estate] Twentsche." 4 Vols. 1934. #42 of 165. Many illustrations (mostly one-page, mostly from photos).

Lot: 369 - 6 Titles (7 Vols) incl: Itten. THE COLOR STAR.

[Photography/Art] 6 Titles (7 Vols). ++ PHOTOGRAPHIE: 1940. Paris: Arts et Metiers Graphiques, (1939). 4to. Spiral-bound wraps have usual edge creasing. Sticker removed from upper corner of title. ++ Sebastiao Salgado. MIGRATIONS: HUMANITY IN

Lot: 370 - 10 Vols incl: Tahir. JACQUES HNIZDOVSKY. 1987.

[Photography/Print Reference] 8 Titles (10 Vols). ++ Abe M. Tahir. JACQUES HNIZDOVSKY: WOODCUTS AND ETCHINGS. Pelican Publishing, 1987. 4to. Cloth; near fine in sunned dj with minor tape repairs to rear panel’s upper edge. ++ GEORGIA

Lot: 371 - Piranesi: 1 vol (3 works) incl: LAPIDES CAPITOLINI

[Piranesi, Giovanni Battista] 1 Volume containing 3 works: ++ I. B. Piranesii LAPIDES CAPITOLINI SIVE FASTI CONSULARES TRIUMPHALESQUE ROMANORUM AB URBE CONDITA USQUE AD TIBERIUM CAESAREM. (Rome: Gernosi Salomoni, 1762.) Above engr title’s lower

Lot: 372 - The Heads Of The Illustrious... 1756. 108 plates.

[Portraits/Engravings] Thomas Birch. THE HEADS OF ILLUSTRIOUS PERSONS OF GREAT BRITAIN, On One Hundred and Eight Copper-Plates. Engraved by Mr. Houbraken, and Mr. Vertue. With their Lives and Characters, by Thomas Burch, D. C. Secretary of the Royal

Lot: 373 - Romeyn de Hooghe: William III engraving [ca1675].

Romeyn de Hooghe engraving of William III. (Netherlands, 1645-1708). Tot Hier Toe Heeft De Heere Ons Geholpen: Orangien Wonderspiegel Vertoonende Willem Hendrick de III Prince van Orangie… Engraving. Lower margin: “uytgegeven tot Amsterdam

Lot: 374 - Phillip Rattner portfolio w/ original drawing.

Rattner, Phillip. (I WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN: A MISSION TO ISRAEL.) Consists of 1 pencil and charcoal drawing pencil signed by Phillip Ratner at lower left, followed by [23] printed leaves. Title given above is from right half of 1st leaf.

Lot: 375 - 7 books: Renaissance icons, glass & art.

[Renaissance/Icons/Glass] 7 Titles. ++ Ruth Massey Tovell. ROGER VAN DER WEYDEN AND THE FLEMALLE ENIGMA. Burns and MacEachern, 1955. #87 of 550 signed by author on half title. ++ Athanasius Papageorgiou. ICONS OF CYPRUS. Cowles Book Co., (1970). ++

Lot: 376 - AMERICAN DRAWINGS OF JOHN WHITE. 2 Vols/slipcase.

[Roanoke Colony/Explorer’s Drawings] Paul Hulton & David Beers Quinn. THE AMERICAN DRAWINGS OF JOHN WHITE 1577-1590: WITH DRAWINGS OF EUROPEAN AND ORIENTAL SUBJECTS. 2 Vols. Lon: British Museum/ Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press,

Lot: 377 - 5 Vols: BOUI BOUIS, 2 eds. + LE KREMLIN DE MOSCOU.

[Russian Art/Architecture] 2 Titles (5 Vols). ++ Boris Grigorieff. BOUI BOUIS. Berlin: Razum-Verlag, (nd), (1924). #150 of 500. German-language edition. ¼ gray cloth and blue boards with gilt lettering on front cover. Spine loose, tape around

Lot: 378 - 5 Books incl: Highton. SUNDIALS AT GREENWICH.

[Scientific Instruments/Meteorology] 5 Titles. ++ Hester Higton. SUNDIALS AT GREENWICH: A Catalogue of the Sundials, Nocturnals and Horary Quadrants in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. Oxford University Press/ Maritime Museum, (2002). ++

Lot: 379 - HENRI TOULOUSE-LAUTREC... 2 Vols. 2 orig drypoints

[Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri] Maurice Joyant. HENRI TOULOUSE-LAUTREC 1864-1901. 2 Vols. Paris: H. Floury, 1926-1927. 4to. Modern cloth with leather spine labels. 106 plates, including the 2 original drypoint etchings issued with the regular edition:

Lot: 380 - 2 Books incl: LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS..., 1829.

[Views] 2 Titles. ++ Thos. H. Shepherd. METROPOLITAN IMPROVEMENTS: OR LONDON IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY… Lon: Jones & Co., engr title 1827, (many plates 1828-1829). 160 images on 81 (of 82) plates: Engr title, map, and 79 other plates bearing 2

Lot: 381 - 3 Vols: Watercolors by M. F. Lewis, 1860-1902.

[Watercolors] 3 Vols containing ink and watercolors on paper, most with preliminary pencil sketching. Several hundred images are available: please contact us for additional photographs of portfolio. The ink and watercolors are by [Miss] M. F. Lewis,

Lot: 382 - Wood, Holder. ANIMATE CREATION. 2 Vols. 1885)

[/Zoology] J. G. Wood. ANIMATE CREATION: Popular Edition of “Our Living World,” A Natural History… Revised and Adapted to American Zoology by Joseph B. Holder, MD… 2 Vols (of 3): Vols I and III. NY: Selmar Hess, (1885). 30 color


[Africa] Mungo Park. TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR DISTRICTS OF AFRICA: Performed under the Direction and Patronage of the African Association, in the Years 1795, 1796, and 1797. Lon: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co./ Sold by G. and W. Nicol, 1800, Fourth

Lot: 384 - 4 Books incl: ABYSSINIA AND ITS PEOPLE… 1868.

[Africa] 4 Titles. ++ ABYSSINIA AND ITS PEOPLE… Lon: John Camden Hotten, 1868. 9 color plates (folding map and 8 illustrations). vi, 384pp, lacking ads. Tree calf with gilt crest at center of front cover. Front cover separated, rear cover

Lot: 385 - 1927 Auto. Assoc. of Bengal Touring Guide w/ maps

[Automobile/Touring Guide] 1927 1st edition "TOURING GUIDE AND HANDBOOK" published by The Automobile Association of Bengal, Calcutta, India through The Diocesan Press. 171 pgs. w/ ads and 10 folding maps showing routes from Calcutta-Peshawar,

Lot: 386 - Book press.

Book Press. Steel, painted black with simple orange-yellow decorations. Book press’s base: 15 1/4 x 20 1/4 in. Height: 24 in. Diameter of book press’s wheel/crank: 17 ¾ in. Minor paint chipping and rusting, very good. Previous owner

Lot: 387 - 13 items: Printing type, bookbinder's tools.

[Bookbinding/Printing Type] 13 Items. ++ Dura Cast Type. Best for Hot Stamping. [Label printed on front of original box.] Franklin Manufacturing, Norwood, Mass. (nd). 80 pieces only: Issued with 3 of each letter. 20 letters have all 3 pieces and 6

Lot: 388 - Payne Fisher: Marston-Moor, 1650, First Edition

[Britain] MARSTON-MOOR: SIVE DE OBSIDIONE PRAELIO que EBORACENSI CARMEN; Cum Quibusdam Miscellaneis. Opera Stuioque Pagani Piscatoris Flucudratis. Lon: Thomas Newcomb, 1650. Divisional title page on L1: MISCELLANIA QUAEDAM EJUSDEM AUTORIS. QUIBUS

Lot: 389 - LIVES OF THE BRITISH ADMIRALS... 4 Vols. 1781.

[British Admirals] J. Campbell. LIVES OF THE BRITISH ADMIRALS… Written under the inspection of Doctor Berkenhout. 4 Vols, without the continuation. Lon: Alexander Donaldson, 1781. 10 plates total: 6 folding maps + 4 frontises. Vol I: [i]-ix,


[British Literature] John Milton. PARADISUS AMISSUS. POEMA JOANNIS MILTONI. Latine Redditum a Guilelmo Dobson, LL.B… [Paradise Lost]. 2 Vols. Oxonii, et Theatro Sheldoniano, 1750-1753. Vol I’s first leaf was probably blank, and might have

Lot: 391 - Volume containing 32 acts of Parliament. 1702.

[Britain/Parliament] 1 Volume containing 32 public acts of Parliament at the session held Dec. 30, 1701 - Mar. 8, 1702. The 4th act present delays the expiration of a statute which allowed Quakers to make affirmations rather than oaths. Another


[Byzantium/Greece] 2 Titles (4 Vols). ++ G. W. Lampe. A PATRISTIC GREEK LEXICON. Oxford University Press, (1961). 4to. xlvii, [1], 1568 pp. Blue cloth, near fine in very good dj with a couple nicks to edge. ++ Kazhdan, et. al. THE OXFORD DICTIONARY

Lot: 393 - ...Epistola Poetica Familiaris... 1776 (1777).

[Cartoons] Ad C. W. BAMPFYLDE, Arm: EPISTOLA POETICA FAMILIARIS, In Qua Continentur Tabulae quinque ab eo excogitatae, Quae Personas Repraesentant Poematis Cujusdam Anglicani, Cui Titulus An ELECTION BALL. Auctore C. Anstey, Arm: Bath: S. Hazard:

Lot: 394 - Carranzam. SUMMA OMNIUM CONCILIORUM. Rouen: 1641.

[Church Councils/Popes] Carranza. SUMMA OMNIUM CONCILIORUM ET PONTIFICUM, Collecta per F. Barth. Carranzam Miranden. ordinis Praedicatorum. Accesserunt etiam statuta quaedam synodalia Parisiensis… Rothomagi [Rouen]: Joannim de la Mars, 1641.


[Child, Julia/Cookery] Simone Beck, Louisette Bertholle, and Julia Child. MASTERING THE ART OF FRENCH COOKING. Alfred A. Knopf, 1961.1 Volume, without the 2nd volume issued in 1970. Julia Child’s 1st book in English. 1st edition with the


[Dictionary: English to Other Languages] Stephano Skinner. ETYMOLOGICON LINGUAE ANGLICANAE, Seu Explicatio vocum Anglicarum Etymologica ex propriis sontibus, scil. Ex Linguis duodecim… Lon: T. Roycroft/ [sold by] H. Brome/R. Clavel/ B. Tooke/ T.

Lot: 397 - ENCYCLOPAEDIA AMERICANA. 13 Vols. Phila: 1842.

[Encyclopedia] Francis Lieber and E. Wigglesworth (eds.). ENCYCLOPAEDIA AMERICANA. A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics, and Biography… 13 Vols. Phila: Lea & Blanchard, 1842. 8vo. Contemp leather. Surface

Lot: 398 - AMERICAE DAS FUENFFTE BUCH... (1613) 25 engravings

[Engravings/Native Americans] AMERICAE DAS FUNFFTE BUCH/ VOLSCHONER UNERHORTER HISTORIEN/ Auss dem andern theil Joannis Benzonis von Meylandt gezogen: Von der Spanier Wuten... ...durch Dieterich von Bry/ Burger in Franckfurt am Mayn. 2 Vols in 1

Lot: 399 - COPIE DES PIECES... [Trial of Babeuf] 2 Vols.

[France] Haute Cour De Justice. COPIE DES PIECES Saisies dans le local que Baboeuf occupoit lors de son arrestation. 2 Vols. Vol II’s title: SUITE DE LA COIPIE DES PIECES… A Paris, De L’Imprimerie Nationale. [Vol 1] Frimaire, an. V;


[History] Louis Moreri. LE GRAND DICTIONNAIRE HISTORIQUE, OU LE MELANGE CURIEUX L’HISTOIRE SACREE ET PROFANE… 3 Vols as bound) containing 4 Vols only: Vols III-IV and 2-volume supplement. ++ Vols III-IV Amst: Pierre Brunel, R. & G.

Lot: 401 - 5 Titles incl: BISHOP BURNET'S... 1724. Vol I.

[History/Magazines/Prints] 5 Titles. ++ William Gilpin. AN ESSAY ON PRINTS. Lon: R. Blamire, 1792, Fourth Edition. Contemp boards. Spine lacking, printed label reattached. ++ NECROLOGY: Being Memoirs of the Lives of Eminent and Extraordinary

Lot: 402 - Francis. A BOOK ON ANGLING... 1872. 17 plates.

[Fishing] Francis Francis. A BOOK ON ANGLING, Being a Complete Treatise on the Art of Angling in Every Branch with Explanatory Plates, etc. Lon: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1872, Third Ed. 17 plates (5 hand colored). Plates show flies, artificial

Lot: 403 - 4 books incl: Rosborough ...50 YEARS OF FLYRODDING

[Fishing] 4 Titles. ++ E. H. “Polly” Rosborough. REMINISCENCES FROM 50 YEARS OF FLYRODDING. (Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers), 1982. 8vo. Green cloth simulating leather, eps foxed, very good. #74 of 300 signed by Rosborough. Placed in loose

Lot: 404 - MEMOIRS OF A FOX-HUNTING MAN. #41 of 260 signed.

[Hunting] (Siegfried Sassoon). MEMOIRS OF A FOX-HUNTING MAN. #41 of 260 signed by Sassoon. Lon: Faber & Gwyer, 1928. 8vo. Blue cloth scuffed, sunned. 1.4 Lb.

Lot: 405 - 7 Vols: THOUGHTS ON HUNTING..., BAILY'S, 1 other.

[Hunting] 3 Titles (7 Vols). ++ Peter Beckford. THOUGHTS ON HUNTING. In a Series of Familiar Letters to a Friend. Sarum: Printed by E. Easton: Sold by P. Elmsley/ R. Law/ J. Robson, et. al., 1784. 3 plates (frontis, 1 architectural profile, and 1


[Hunting] 8 Titles. 8vo/4to. Orig cloth, 1 in dj, 1 in slipcase. ++ Paget. THE MELTON MOWBRAY OF JOHN FERNELEY (1782-1860). Leicester: Published by Edgar Backus/ Printed by C. H. Gee & Co., 1931. Spine lacking, joints weak, front cover silverfished.

Lot: 407 - 9 Books: Surtees, John Leech, foxes, hunting...

[Hunting] 9 Titles. ++ [Robert S. Surtees.] “ASK MAMMA;” Or, The Richest Commoner in England. By the Author of “Handley Cross,” “Sponge’s Sporting Tour,” Etc. Etc. Lon: Bradbury, Evans, and Co., (nd), [early

Lot: 408 - MR. FACEY ROMFORD'S HOUNDS. 1st edition. 1865.

[Hunting/John Leech Etchings] [Robert Smith Surtees] MR. FACEY ROMFORD’S HOUNDS. By the Author of “Handley Cross,” “Mr. Sponge’s Sporting Tour,” “Ask Mamma,” Etc. Etc. With Illustrations by John Leech and

Lot: 409 - 6 Books, 5 illustrated by John Leech, 1853-1888.

[Hunting/John Leech] 6 Titles [by Robert S. Surtees]. 5 are illustrated by John Leech. 8vo. Later uniform light brown leather. Covers separated/insecure, some spine labels missing. ++ MR. SPONGE’S SPORTING TOUR. By the Author of “Handley

Lot: 410 - Brerewood. RECHERCHES CURIEUSES... 1663.

[Language/World Religions] Edward Brerewood. RECHERCHES CURIEUSES SUR LA DIVERSITE' DES LANGUES & RELIGION EN TOUTES LES PRINCIPALES PARTIES DU MONDE. Par Ed. Brerevvood… Francois par I. de la Montagne… Saumur/Paris: Olivier de Varennes,

Lot: 411 - 3 vols incl: Feuillee. JOURNAL... 2 Vols. 1714.

[Latin America/Math/Science] 2 Titles (3 Vols). ++ R. P. Louis Feuillee. JOURNAL DES OBSERVATIONS PHYSIQUES, MATHEMATIQUES ET BOTANIQUES, Faites par l’ordre du Roy sur les Cotes Orientales de l’Amerique Meridionale, & dans les Indes

Lot: 412 - 3 Books incl: THE THOUSAND AND ONE CHURCHES. 1909.

[Middle East/Archeology] 3 Titles. ++ W. M. Ramsay and Gertrude L. Bell. THE THOUSAND AND ONE CHURCHES. Lon: Hodder and Stoughton, 1909. 8vo. Green cloth; slightly cocked. Relates to excavations around Bin Bir Kilisse (in south-central Turkey). ++

Lot: 413 - [Missale Romanum...] [Ca. 1647]; (1642); (1643).

MISSALE ROMANUM: EX DECRETO SACROSANCTI CONILII TRIDENTINI…] Colophons (1642); (1643), [Lacking title leaf. Title given above is from a Worldcat record for a 1647 edition which otherwise had the same collation and also had 2-column Latin text

Lot: 414 - Michael Rose: JOE KARSON: BEYOND ZOMBIE. 1 of 500.

[Magic] Michael E. Rose. JOE KARSON: BEYOND ZOMBIE. Phoenix, MD: Mike Rose Magic, (1999). 8vo. Green cloth; near fine. One of 500.

Lot: 415 - Einstein. RELATIVITY. 1920. 1st American edition.

[Physics] Albert Einstein. RELATIVITY: THE SPECIAL AND GENERAL THEORY. Translated by Robert W. Lawson. NY: Henry Holt and Company, 1920. 1st American edition. 8vo. xiii, [1], 168pp. Blue cloth; very good. Lacking dj. Student’s ownership

Lot: 416 - Greely. THREE YEARS OF ARCTIC SERVICE. 2 Vols 1886

[Polar/Arctic Exploration] Adolphus W. Greely. THREE YEARS OF ARCTIC SERVICE: An Account of the Lady Franklin Bay Expedition of 1881-84… 2 Vols. NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1886. 1st American edition.The party began mapping on


[Polar/Arctic Exploration] FRITJOF NANSEN’S “FARTHEST NORTH” Being the Record of a Voayge of Exploration of the Ship Fram… 2 Vols. Westminster: Archibald Constable and Company, 1897. 1st British edition. Arctic Bibl. 11983. 4

Lot: 418 - Ross. NARRATIVE OF THE SECOND VOYAGE... 1835.

[Polar/Arctic Exploration] John Ross. NARRATIVE OF THE SECOND VOYAGE IN SEARCH OF A NORTH-WEST PASSAGE, AND OF A RESIDENCE IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS DURING THE YEARS 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833… Lon: A. W. Webster, 1835. 1st edition. Sabin 73381.

Lot: 419 - Journal..North-West Passage,1821. 1st issue 1st ed

[Polar/Arctic Exploration] JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE FOR THE DISCOVERY OF A NORTH-WEST PASSAGE FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE PACIFIC; PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1819-20, In His Majesty’s Ships Hecla and Griper, Under the Orders of William Edward Parry, R.N.,

Lot: 420 - JOURNAL... NORTH-WEST PASSAGE... 1st ed, 2nd issue

[Polar/Arctic Exploration] JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE FOR THE DISCOVERY OF A NORTH-WEST PASSAGE FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE PACIFIC; PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1819-20, In His Majesty’s Ships Hecla and Griper, Under the Orders of William Edward Parry, R.N.,

Lot: 421 - 4 Books incl: A NARRATIVE... SIR JOHN FRANKLIN...

[Polar/Arctic Exploration] 4 Titles. ++ Joseph Chavanne, Alois Karpf, and Franz Ritter v. Le Monnier. THE LITERATURE OF THE POLAR-REGIONS OF THE EARTH./ DIE LITERATUR UBER DIE POLAR-REGIONEN DER ERDE. Vienna: Holzel, 1878. Signed and inscribed by one

Lot: 422 - Cook. A VOYAGE TOWARDS THE SOUTH POLE... 2 Vols.

[Travel] James Cook. A VOYAGE TOWARDS THE SOUTH POLE, AND ROUND THE WORLD. Performed in His Majesty’s Ships the Resolution and Adventure, In the Years 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775… In which is included, Captain Furneaux’s Narrative of

Lot: 423 - Anson. A VOYAGE. 2 Vols: 2nd ed + plates of 1st ed

[Travel/South America] George Anson. A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD, IN THE YEARS M DCC XL, I, II, III, AND IV…. Compiled… by Richard Walter, M. A. Chaplain of his Majesty’s Ship the Centurion… Bound in 2 volumes: 1 volume contains the

Lot: 424 - Clarke. TRAVELS IN VARIOUS... 4 Vols. 1811-1816.

[Travel] Edward Daniel Clarke. TRAVELS IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES OF EUROPE ASIA AND AFRICA. First 4 Vols of a 6-volume set: Part the First + Part the Second in 3 Sections: Section the First, Second the Second, Section the Third. Volume numbers I-IV in

Lot: 425 - 2 Books: ALLGEMEINE HISTOIRE... Vol XII. 1754.

[Travel/Latin America] 2 Titles. ++ ALLGEMEINE HISTOIRE DER REISEN ZU WASSER UND ZU LANDE; ODER SAMMLUNG ALLER REISEBESCHREIBUNGEN...Vol XII only (of 21). Leipzig: Arkstee und Merkus, 1754. [10], 740, index [30] pp. Lacking several plates, plate 2

Lot: 426 - 6 Vols: VOYAGE DU CHEVALIER...

[Travel] 3 Titles (6 Vols). ++ MEMOIRES GEOGRAPHIQUES, PHYSIQUES ET HISTORIQUES. Sur l’Asie, l’Afrique & l’Amerique… 4 Vols total: Vols II-IV (of 4) plus a duplicate of Vol II where the half and full title read “Tome

Lot: 427 - 8 Items: Miniature Books References.

[Miniature Books/Reference] 8 Items. ++ A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MINIATURE BOOKS (1470-1965). Compiled by Doris Varner Welsh… Edited for publication with a Preface by Msgr. Francis J. Weber… 1989. One of 500. 4to. Blue faux leather in dj. ++

Lot: 428 - 14 Miniature Books: Dante, illuminated manuscripts

[Miniature Books] 14 Vols. ++ A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MINIATURE BOOKS (1470-1965). Compiled by Doris Varner Welsh… Edited for publication with a Preface by Msgr. Francis J. Weber… 1989. One of 500. 4to. Blue faux leather in dj. ++ Robert C.

Lot: 429 - 22 Mini Books: Hillside, Black Cat Press...

[Miniature Books] 20 Titles (22 Vols). ++ AUTOGRAPHS OF MINIATURE BOOK PUBLISHERS. (Tamazunchale Press, 1983). Consists of facsimile signatures secured with a band and decorative ribbon. #51 of 250. ++ Andrew Lang. JAPANESE BOGIES. Hillside Press,

Lot: 430 - 22 miniature books incl: MINIATUR EXLIBRIS.

[Miniature Books] 22 Titles. ++ Abraham Horodisch. MINIATUR EXLIBRIS. Verlag der Erasmus Buchhandlung, 1966. Number “M3” of 200. ++ Frank Swinnerton. THE REVIEWING AND CRITICISM OF BOOKS (The Ninth Dent Memorial Lecture). NY: Oxford

Lot: 431 - 27 Vols: Miniature poetry books. Tennyson, others.

[Miniature Books] 26 Titles (27 Vols). 32mo – 12mo. (1 ¾ x 1 3/8 in. to 5 1/2 x 4 3/8 in.). ++ THE POETICAL WORKS OF WILLIAM COWPER. 2 Vols. 1836. Vol I’s front cover and first few leaves separated. ++ FRIENDSHIP’S JEWEL: A GIFT

Lot: 432 - 30 Vols: Minature books. Shakespeare, Poe, Baum...

[Miniature Books] 28 Titles (30 Vols). ++ FRANKLIN’S WAY TO WEALTH, AND PENN’S MAXIMS. Daniel & Geo. F. Cooledge, 1837. Contemp cloth. Front joint worn, front hinge weak, foxed. ++ Oscar Wilde. THE BALLAD OF READING GAOL. Thomas Y.

Lot: 433 - 34 mini-books: Children's, Achille J. St. Onge...

[Miniature Books] 29 Titles (34 Vols). ++ Gray. ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD. Worcester: Achille J. St. Onge, 1960. One of 1000. ++ Clement C. Moore. THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. Illustrated by Tasha Tudor. Worcester: Achille St. Onge, (nd),

Lot: 434 - 39 Miniature and Dollhouse Books

[Minature Books] 39 Titles. Condition: ++ 9 French titles bound by André Kundig. Gilt wrappers. ++ 4 French titles bound by Pierre Fanlac. Leatherette with gilt decorations on cover and spine. ++ 2 micro-books in cases. THE LORDS PRAYER and

Lot: 435 - 42 Vols: Miniature books. Bible, prayer, devotion.

[Miniature Books/Religion] 42 Vols. ++ THE THUMB BIBLE. VERBUM SEMPITERNUM. Lon: Longman and Co., 1850. Text block loosening from covers. ++ THE HISTORY OF THE BIBLE. New London: Wm. Bolles & Co., 1850. Contemp leather covers separated. ++ INTUITION

Lot: 436 - 52 Vols: Mini-books, largely Francis J. Weber.

[Miniature Books] 47 Titles (52 Vols). ++ C. Williams. CHILD’S NATURAL HISTORY OF BIRDS. Phila: H. C. Peck & Theo. Bliss, (nd). Many one-page woodcut illustrations (some hand colored by previous owner). Rear hinge fully cracked. ++ HISTORY OF

Lot: 437 - Over 60 mini books: Cats, other animals, art...

[Miniature Books] Over 60 Vols (incl at least 1 duplicate). Cats, wildlife, art, flowers, pop-ups, friendship, other topics. Largely Ariel Press, but many other publishers. Mostly late 1900s. 132mo-16mo, mostly 24mo. Mostly hardcover in dj, a few

Lot: 438 - 37 mini books: Fontaine, Wyeth, Alamo...

[Miniature Books] 37 Titles. ++ THE HORSES OF SAN MARCO. Splendid Press, (1983). #33 of 200. ++ THE MARVELOUS MALE: AN ABC. Juniper Von Phitzer Press, 1990. #37 of 125 signed by publisher. ++ !HORROROSA NOTICIA!/ HORRIFYING NEWS! 1993. Tiny

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