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Auctioneer Quinn's Auction Galleries 703-532-5632
Auction Date Mar 22 Auction
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Falls Church, VA
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Lot: 1 - Winslow Homer. Signed card.

[Artist] Winslow Homer. Signed card. Reads “Winslow Homer/ Scarboro Beach/ Maine.” 2 5/8 x 3 1/2 in. within mat. Sight condition fine. Not examined out of matting.

Lot: 2 - Signed by 3 astronauts, Apollo VII, incl Schirra.

[Astronauts] Halftone photograph signed by the 3 astronauts from Apollo VII: Walt Cunningham, Don Eisele, and Wally Schirra. Schirra was one of the Mercury Seven astronauts, chosen by NASA in 1959. Schirra’s first NASA Mission was in 1962.

Lot: 3 - 10 copies signed by Al Worden: Falling To Earth.

[Astronaut] 10 copies, each signed by astronaut Al Worden: Falling To Earth: An Apollo 11 Astronaut's Journey. Smithsonian Books, (2011). Hardcover in dj, near fine.

Lot: 4 - 3 signed items: Heyerdahl, Burroughs, Dexter.

[Authors/Adventurer] 3 Signed Items. ++ Thor Heyerdahl. Signed FDC. Heyerdahl led the Kon-Tiki Expedition in 1947. The signature is on an FDC for stamp honoring Leif Erikson, with 1968 postmark. ++ William S. Burroughs. Signed photograph. The

Lot: 5 - 2 books signed by Julia Child.

Child, Julia. 2 Signed Books. ++ Julia Child and Jacques Pepin with David Nussbaum. Julia And Jacques: Cooking At Home. Knopf, 2000. Photo-illustrated. Sq. 4to. Illustrated boards in dj. Signed by Julia Child, and by Jacques Pepin on first blank

Lot: 6 - Special Muster Roll Of Paroled Prisoners Of War...

[Civil War] Special Muster Roll Of Paroled Prisoners Of War… 1st Division U.S. Gen’l Hospital at Annapolis Md., United States Army, from the Twenty-first day of August, 1864, to the Thirty first day of October 1864. Preprinted form with

Lot: 7 - Diagram signed by Merce Cunningham: Coast Zone VII

[Dancer] Coast Zone VII. Original ink diagram, presumed to demonstrate dance movements, by Merce Cunningham, signed and titled by him at lower right. The sketch was owned by Frederick W. Hughes, Andy Warhol’s manager. Undated, but Cunningham

Lot: 8 - Frank Sinatra. Autograph signed note.

[Entertainment] Frank Sinatra. ANS. Reads “Jonathan- Thanx a mil for attending my little get together. Always/ Frank Sinatra.” On back of invitation to an event scheduled for Sep. 6, 1985, at Carnegie Hall. 4 3/8 x 6 1/4 in. Very good.

Lot: 9 - 3 signed books: Zeffirelli, Walsh, Baby Peggy.

[Entertainment] 3 Signed Books. ++ Zeffirelli: The Autobiography Of Franco Zeffirelli. NY: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, (1986). Signed and inscribed on title page. ++ Raoul Walsh. Each Man In His Time. NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, (1974). Signed on

Lot: 10 - 4 signed items: Wizard of Oz, Andy Griffith.

[Entertainment] 4 signed items. ++ Ray Bolger. Photograph signed and inscribed “From The Scarecrow of Oz/ Ray Bolger.” 9 1/4 x 7 1/4 in. ++ Margaret Hamilton. Signed photograph. Inscription reads “a warning for Hope/ WWW.” The

Lot: 11 - Over 70 Items: Upham family. Letters, essays...

[Family Correspondence] Over 70 Items, mostly letters of Charles A. Upham (1822-94), his wife Eliza Ann Kelton (1828-99), daughter E. Annie Upham, son Charles J. and other family. Uphams Corner, a commercial center in Dorchester in Boston, was

Lot: 12 - Inscribed by J. Edgar Hoover: Masters Of Deceit.

Hoover, J. Edgar. Masters Of Deceit. NY: Henry Holt and Company, (1958). 8vo. Signed on ffep by J. Edgar Hoover, inscribed to the Rev. James E. Duley, and dated 1960. Signed and inscribed on half title by Hoover’s #3, John Mohr. Placed in loose

Lot: 13 - Marquis de Lafayette. ALS. 1826.

[Lafayette] ALS by Gilbert du Mortier, Marquis de Lafayette. Dated “LaGrange 12 Mars 1826,” the text relates to sheep farming. Sent to Auguste Petit, who is named at lower edge of text side. 10 x 7 3/4 in. Light foxing, sight condition of

Lot: 14 - Indenture. Sussex, 1714. Vellum.

[Land Deed] Indenture for a land transaction between William Bridgen of Linfield and Charles Golden Bridgworth, both in the County of Sussex. Sep. 1, 1714. Vellum, signed by Charles Golden below text, sheet 15 1/4 x 24 in. Very good.

Lot: 15 - Richard Penn. Signed commission. 1772. Vellum.

Penn, Richard. DS, in his capacity as Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania. Commission issued to Isaac Hicks, to be “Clerk or Register of the Orphans Court for the said County of Bucks.” June 6, 1772. Vellum. 8 1/4 x 15 1/4 in, plus large

Lot: 16 - Dwight Eisenhower. Signed, inscribed photograph.

[President Eisenhower, Dwight] Signed and inscribed photograph. Below image: “For: Rex W. Scouten/ with lasting appreciation of his many courtesies and efficient service at the White House, from his friend/ Dwight D Eisenhower.” Rex Scouten

Lot: 17 - Signed: The Memoirs Of Richard Nixon. (1978).

[President Nixon, Richard] The Memoirs Of Richard Nixon. Grosset & Dunlap, (1978). 8vo. Blue cloth, in matching slipcase. Signed by Richard Nixon on inserted leaf. Sunned, very good.

Lot: 18 - 2 signed, inscribed books: Nixon + Goldwater.

[President Nixon/Barry Goldwater] 2 Signed Books. ++ Richard M. Nixon. Six Crises. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1962. 1st edition. Inscribed on ffep, signing as “Dick Nixon.” 8vo. Cloth. ++ The Conscience Of A Conservative. Shepherdsville,

Lot: 19 - Ronald Reagan. Signed photograph.

[President Reagan, Ronald] Signed photograph. Color. 4to, signed below image. Sight condition near fine. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 20 - The Greatest Of Them All. Inscribed by Kinstler.

[Golf/Reagan Portrait Painter] Martin Davis. The Greatest Of Them All: The Legend of Bobby Jones. Greenwich, CT: American Golfer, (1996). Cover illustrated by Everett Raymond Kinstler. Original pencil drawing by Kinstler on ffep shows Jones’

Lot: 21 - 5 items incl cartoon signed by Woodrow Wilson.

[President Wilson, Woodrow] 5 Items. ++ Political cartoon signed by Woodrow Wilson. It is one of 3 copies reprinted by Life Publishing at the request of the cartoonist, J. H. Berkowitz. Penciled in lower margin: “Signed July 31, 1916.”

Lot: 22 - Volume of works by J. G. Palfrey, w/ ALS tipped in

[Slavery] John G. Palfrey. Papers On The Slave Power, First Published In The “Boston Whig,” In July, August, and September, 1846. Bos: Merrill, Cobb & Co., (nd), Second Edition. Bound in are at least 10 other short works and speeches by

Lot: 23 - 3 Vols incl: Agassiz, 2 Vols, signed by E. R. Hoar

[Attorney General] 2 Titles (3 Vols). ++ Louis Agassiz. Contributions To The Natural History Of The United States Of America. 2 Vols only: First Monograph, Vols I-II. Bos: Little, Brown and Company, 1857. Vol II: 34 plates (27 plus 7 number

Lot: 24 - 7 books, 4 signed by E. R. Hoar, Atty-General.

[Attorney General] 7 Titles. First 4 listed are signed by E. R. Hoar (Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, US Attorney General in Ulysses S. Grant’s cabinet). 3 items are signed by Roger Sherman Hoar, Massachusetts Attorney General. ++ Benjamin Lynde Oliver.

Lot: 25 - 2 signed items: Arthur Goldberg + Dean Rusk.

[Supreme Court/Political Appointees] 2 signed items. ++Arthur J. Goldberg. TLS, thanking the recipient for his condolences. Mar. 30, 1988, Goldberg’s own letterhead, with orig envelope. Goldberg was on the Supreme Court from 1962-1965. ++ Dean

Lot: 26 - Cruise Around the World, 1926-27 + Correspondence

[Travel] Cruise Around the World. Journal kept by Robert F. R. Bohne of a voyage on the steamship Resolute. Bohne (b. 1895) was a German veteran of World War I. By 1926 he was living in the United States. Late that year he took passage on the

Lot: 27 - 3 travel diaries, 1854-1928: Caribbean, Europe...

[Travel Diaries] 3 Diaries. ++ D. W. Farnsworth of Machias, Maine, traveling to Barbados, Guadeloupe, and St. Thomas on the Brig State of Maine, A. S. Cates, Captain. Nov. 2, 1854-Jan. 7, 1855. Farnsworth departs Machias on “My first voyage at

Lot: 28 - 13 Vols: Diaries (1 from 1861 before Civil War).

[Civil War/Other Diaries] 13 Vols. ++ Diary of John Clark of Washington County, New York, 1861. Clark was a merchant, seedsman, owner of a shoe/boot store, and farmer who lived near Fort Edward. His diary chronicles the coming of the Civil War. (Jan)

Lot: 29 - 13 Manuscripts (15 Vols): Diaries, ledgers, etc.

[Manuscripts/Ledgers] 13 Manuscripts (15 Vols). ++ Betting book of Lt. A. W. Burton, 5th Dragoon Guards, 1851-53. Burton’s record of his bets at Derby and other tracks, with horses, wagers, wins/loses, etc. Kept in an Ackermann’s Improved

Lot: 30 - Roosevelt signed photo & Gerald Ford signed ADC

[President Roosevelt, Franklin] Signed inscription: “To my friend/ Geo/ FDR.” Inscription is on a half-length printed photo. Within mat: 9 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. ++ [President Ford,Gerald] FDC signed by Gerald Ford. The illustration in the left

Lot: 31 - ALS by John Campbell, 2nd Duke of Argyll, to wife.

[British Military] ALS by John Campbell (1678-1743), 2nd Duke Argyll. Relates to his travels at Durham, Newcastle, etc. “…no returns of my indisposition… I am dearest Jenny’s most affectionate Husband, Argyll &

Lot: 32 - George Townshend (Field Marshal). AL. 1796.

[British Military] George Townshend, Marquis of Townshend. AL, unsigned, transmitting a copy of an earlier letter sent to Townshend by Major Gordon. Text of Gordon’s letter was transcribed by another person and relates to religious observance

Lot: 33 - 6 items: British miltary, incl 1772 expense doc.

[British Military] 6 items. ++ Duke of Richmond, Field Marshal. Lower portion of an ALS to George Colebrook. Dated “Goodwood March 29th. 1772.” 3 7/8 x 7 in. Mounted to paper, probably part of an album leaf. ++ Account Of Allowances to the

Lot: 34 - 16 items: actors, actresses, Hong Kong Governor...

16 Items, 14 signed. ++ Card signed by 4 stars from the movie Apollo 13: Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, Ron Howard, and Ed Harris. ++ Charlton Heston. Signed lobby card for 55 Days At Peking. ++ Greer Garson. Signed photograph. ++ William Henry Bishop. Cut

Lot: 35 - 13 signed items: British army inc William Harcourt

[British Military] 13 signed items. ++ F.M. Sir William Harcourt Field Marshal. Signature, cut from letter addressed in Harcourt’s handwriting: “Windsor Febr. Twenty Sixth 1825/ J. Athinson Esqr., Cottage near Maidenhead.” ++ F.M. Sir

Lot: 36 - 4 signed items incl Prince William Henry, ALS 1769

[British Military/Royalty] 4 Signed Items. ++ Prince William Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh. ALS, in French, written while William Henry was in Copenhagen. July 14, 1769. 4to. William Henry was the younger brother of King George III. ++

Lot: 37 - 15 items (14 sgd) British politicians, aristocracy

[British Politics/Nobility/Misc.] 15 items,14 signed. ++ Sir James Graham, 2nd baron. Franking signature. 1844 postmark. ++ Baron St. Helens. Franking signature. Mar. 2, 1832. ++ Sydney Smith. Signature, on small slip of paper. ++ John Le Sage.

Lot: 38 - Charles Cathcart. Cut signature.

[Canadian Governor-General] Charles Cathcart. Cut signature. 7/8 x 2 5/8 in. 2nd Earl Cathcart, 1783-1859, Governor-General of Canada 1846-47. Stained.

Lot: 39 - John Mosby. Cut signature.

[Civil War] John Mosby. Cut signature. 1 7/8 x 3 1/4 in. Near fine.

Lot: 40 - 4 vols incl. Riedesel. Letters And Memoirs. 1827.

[Revolutionary War/British Military] 3 titles, 4 vols. ++ Madame de Riedesel. Letters And Memoirs Relating To The War Of American Independence, And The Capture Of The German Troops At Saratoga. G. & C. Carvill, 1827. 1st edition in English. Howes

Lot: 41 - 4 signed items: Sean Connery, Duke Ellington...

[Entertainment/Military] 4 signed items. ++ Duke Ellington. Signature, on leaf from an autograph album. ++ Peter O’Toole. Signed hat from “Murphy’s War.” ++ Sean Connery. Signed cigarette tin. ++ William F. Halsey (General). Cut

Lot: 42 - 15 signed items incl Jimmy H. Doolittle.

[World Wars I/II, Etc.] 15 signed items. ++ J .H. Doolittle. Signed and inscribed card. With original envelope, postmarked 1982. ++ Gen. George T. Gough. Signature, as Lieut. Colonel. 1875. ++ Field Marshal Wavell. ANS. ++ Lord Napier of Magdala.

Lot: 43 - Adolf Hitler. Signature. [Ca. 1936-1937].

[WWII] Adolf Hitler. Signature. High quality paper, typical of Pre-War framing signatures. Undated, but ca. 1936-37 based on style and slope. The signature is accompanied by a partial envelope that contains a postage stamp, postmark, and 1934 NSDAP

Lot: 44 - Signed by Joseph Goebbels: Reich und Religion.

[WWII] D. Dr. Hompf. Reich Und Religion: Dem Deutschen Volke! Berlin: Wilmersdorf, 1933. 8vo. Signed by Joseph Goebbels on the unprinted inner portion of front wrap. Orig wraps, very good.

Lot: 45 - 7 items signed by British Army/Navy officers.

[British Military] 7 items signed by British military officers, mostly cut signatures. Each with a Vanity Fair color lithograph. Vanity Fair prints folio, 1870s-1900s. ++ Lawrence, Baron of Lucknow. ANS. ++ Gen. the Earl of Albemarle. Franking

Lot: 46 - 6 items: Edward VII, PM William H. Gladstone...

[British Royalty/Politics] 7 items, 6 signed. Each is accompanied by a color lithograph, 6 from Vanity Fair, 1 from another source. Lithographs folio, 1870-1902, (nd). ++ William Henry Gladstone, Prime Minister. Cut signature. ++ Handwritten letter:

Lot: 47 - 12 items signed by British MPs w/ prints.

[British MPs] 12 items signed by members of Parliament. Each accompanied by a color lithograph; 11 from Vanity Fair, 1 from The World. ++ ALS by the 3rd Earl Grey, dated “July 2/55.” ++ Viscount Edward Cardwell. ALS, dated 20 January 1853.

Lot: 48 - 13 items signed by MPs with Vanity Fair prints.

[British MPs] 13 items signed by Members of Parliament, each with a lithographed portrait from Vanity Fair. 11 of them also have the accompanying text leaf. Lithographs 1869-1896, prtd color, folio. Includes: ++ George Otto Trevelyan. Signed House of

Lot: 49 - Alexander Hamilton. ALS. Whiskey Rebellion. 1794.

Hamilton, Alexander. ALS by Hamilton to Samuel Hodgson, related to moving Army personnel and militia across Pennsylvania to suppress the Whiskey Rebellion. Full text: “Philadelphia Sep. 14, 1794/ Sr/ W. Abraham Hunt informs me that he can

Lot: 50 - 1 volume; 9 works 1796-1820: Gallatin, Rush, etc

[American Imprints] 1 Volume containing 9 works: ++ Benjamin Rush. An Eulogium, Intended To Perpetuate The Memory Of David Rittenhouse… Delivered… 17th Dec. 1796. Rush signed the Declaration of Independence and was Surgeon General of the

Lot: 51 - 3 books incl: Santo Domingo, Past And Present...

[Caribbean] 3 Titles. ++ Samuel Hazard. Santo Domingo, Past And Present: With A Glance At Hayti. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1873. Folding map, many illustrations. ++ E. W. Gilliam. 1791: A Tale Of San Domingo. Balt: John Murphy & Co., 1890. ++

Lot: 52 - The Photographic History Of The Civil War. 10 Vols

[Civil War] The Photographic History Of The Civil War. 10 Vols. NY: Review of Reviews, 1912. An impressive history of the Civil War with thousands of illustrations. Placed in loose: Battle Of Chattanooga. Storming Of Missionary Ridge, an event

Lot: 53 - 2 Books incl: Carter. The Frugal Housewife... 1802

[Cookery] 2 Titles. ++ Susannah Carter. The Frugal Housewife: Or, Complete Woman Cook… Phila: Mathew Carey, 1802. 2 plates: rabbit- and turkey-cooking. Mostly meat, but also soups, pastries, marmalade, and preserving. 12mo. Contemp 1/4 leather

Lot: 54 - 2 Books incl: Thomas Jefferson In 1814... 1/149.

[Jefferson/Hamilton] 2 Titles. ++ Francis Calley Gray. Thomas Jefferson In 1814: Being an Account of a visit to Monticello, Virginia. Bos: Club of Odd Volumes, 1924. One of 149. 8vo. Blue cloth with gilt floral border. Gray made his trip in 1814,

Lot: 55 - Marshall. The History Of Kentucky. Vol II. 1824.

[Kentucky] H. [Humphrey] Marshall. The History Of Kentucky. Exhibiting An Account of the Modern Discovery; Settlement; Progressive Improvement; Civil and Military Transactions; and the Present State of the Country. Vol II (of 2). Frankfort: Geo: S.

Lot: 56 - 4 Vols incl: Japanese Cruisers Of The Pacific War.

[Military] 3 Titles (4 Vols). Illustrated. 4to. ++ Eric Lacroix and Linton Wells. Japanese Cruisers Of The Pacific War. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, (1997). Boards, in dj. ++ J. Restayn and N. Moller. Operation Citadel: A Text and Photo Album.

Lot: 57 - Thomas Paine. The Age Of Reason. Barrois, 1794.

Paine, Thomas. The Age Of Reason, Being An Investigation Of True And Fabulous Theology. Paris: Printed by Barrois. 1794. [Second Year of the French Republic.] Probably printed in London. Early edition of Part I. 8vo. [4], 117 pp. Later full leather,

Lot: 58 - 2 Books incl: Kegley's Virginia Frontier. 1938.

[Virginia] 2 Titles. ++ John Smith. The Generall Historie Of Virginia, New-England, And The Summer Isles… Lon: 1624. (Facsimile, World Publishing), [c. 1966 based on LCCN]. Folio. Faux vellum with cloth foreedge ties and gilt crest on front

Lot: 59 - Signed, inscr: Green. Washington. 2 Vols. 1962-63.

[Washington, D.C.] Constance McLaughlin Green. Washington. 2 Vols. Vol I: Washington: Village And Capital, 1800-1878. Vol II: Washington: Capital City 1879-1950. Princeton University Press, 1962-1963. 8vo. Blue cloth. Vol I signed and inscribed

Lot: 60 - Oeuvres De Buffon. 6 Vols: Les Oiseaux. 1 of 1500.

[Birds] Oeuvres De Buffon. 6 Vols: Les Oiseaux. Paris: 1859, (1979 facsimile). One of 1500. Edited by Michel de Lile and Phillipe Angou. 4to. Orig navy blue and gilt leather. Near fine.

Lot: 61 - Macaulay. 13 Vols. Red 1/2 leather.

[Britain] 13 Vols by Thomas Babington Macaulay. Lon: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. Mixed editions. 8vo. Later red leather and cloth. Includes: ++ The History Of England From The Accession Of James II. 5 Vols. 1849-61. ++ Critical And

Lot: 62 - Thomas De Quincy. The Works. 16 Vols. 1862-1872.

De Quincy, Thomas. The Works. 16 Vols. Edin: Adam and Charles Black, 1862-1872. 8vo. Half red morocco, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt, ribbed 6-panel spines elaborately gilt. Portraits, facsimile letter. Very good condition, lightly

Lot: 63 - 10 Easton Press. Dickens, Goldsmith, Defoe...

[Easton Press] 10 Titles. ++ Walter Scott. The Talisman. (1976). ++ The Poems Of W. B. Yeats. (1976). ++ Oliver Goldsmith. She Stoops To Conquer. (1978). ++ Daniel Defoe. The Life & Strange Surprising Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe Of York,

Lot: 64 - 11 Titles: Easton Press, Franklin Library.

[Easton Press/Franklin Library] 11 Titles. First 7 listed pbd Norwalk, CT: Easton Press. Last 4 listed Franklin Center, PA: Franklin Library. ++ Robert Louis Stevenson. Treasure Island. (1977). ++ Ivan Turgenev. Fathers & Sons. (1977). ++ Livy.

Lot: 65 - 9 Franklin Library: Poe, Jefferson, Whitman...

[Franklin Library] 9 Titles. ++ Joel Chandler Harris. Uncle Remus. 1984. ++ Henry David Thoreau. Walden: Or Life In The Woods. 1981. ++ Louisa May Alcott. Little Women. 1982. ++ Edgar Allan Poe. The Tell-Tale Heart: And Other Stories. 1984. ++ The

Lot: 66 - The Works Of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. 5 Vols. 1792.

Johnson, Samuel. The Works Of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. 5 Vols (of 12). Lon: T. Longman, B. White and Son, B. Law, et. al., 1792. Present here: Vol 4 (The Rambler, Vol 1). Vol 7 (The Idler). Vols 10-11 (Vols 2-3 of Lives of the Poets). Vol 12 (Lives Of

Lot: 67 - Mandalay Edition... Kipling. 26 Vols in 13. 1927.

Kipling. The Mandalay Edition Of The Works Of Rudyard Kipling. 26 Vols in 13. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1927. 8vo. Blue leather and cloth. Edgewear mostly to corners, spines sunned. Very good.

Lot: 68 - 5 Vols: Prescott. History Of The Conquest...

[Latin America] 2 Sets (5 Vols). ++ William H. Prescott. History Of The Conquest Of Peru. 2 Vols. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1847. 2 frontis ports, 1 map, 1 leaf of facsimile signatures. ++ Prescott. History Of The Conquest Of Mexico. 3 Vols. Harper

Lot: 69 - ...Jean-Jacques Rousseau. 12 Vols in 6. 1902.

[Rousseau] The Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. 12 Vols in 6. Preface by Jules Claretie, illustrated by Maurice Leloir. Phila: Gebbie and Company, 1902. Astral Edition, #10 of 56, of which 53 were numbered and made available for sale. Plates

Lot: 70 - [Ruskin's Works]. 24 Vols. NY: Lovell, (nd).

Ruskin, John. 24 Vols (as bound, some containing multiple works). NY: Lovell, (nd). 8vo. Late 19th or 20th Century half leather and marbled board with spine title [Ruskin’s Works], like Waverley Novels by the same publisher, also in this

Lot: 71 - [Waverley Novels]. 24 Vols. Half leather.

Scott, Walter. [Waverley Novels]. 24 Vols. Mostly NY: John W. Lovell, (nd). 4 Vols Chi/NY/SF: Belford, Clarke, (nd). 8vo. Late 19th or 20th Century half light brown leather and green/blue marbled boards with matching eps (like Ruskin’s Works,

Lot: 72 - 2 signed firsts by Joseph Payne Brennan.

Brennan, Joseph Payne. 2 Signed First Editions. ++ The Dark Returners. New Haven, CT: Macabre House, 1959. #88 of 150. Signed on ffep. Red boards. ++ Scream At Midnight. Macabre House, 1963. 8vo. Black cloth, Signed on ffep. Exterior of first

Lot: 73 - Truman Capote. Breakfast At Tiffany's (1958) in dj

Capote, Truman. Breakfast At Tiffany’s. NY: Random House, (1958). 1st printing, in 1st state dj: “$3.50” and “10/58” on front flap. Dj sunned, minor stain to rear panel, tear of 1 3/4 in. to front otherwise very good.

Lot: 74 - The Works Of Joseph Conrad. 20 Vols. 1/750 signed.

Conrad, Joseph. The Works Of Joseph Conrad. 20 Vols. Lon: William Heinemann, (1921), Vols 19-20: (1926-1927). Total of 780 issued; #341 of 750, signed by Joseph Conrad on Vol 1 limitation page. 8vo. 1/2 cloth and board, covers toned, some surface

Lot: 75 - 3 Books incl: Lippman. LIBERTY AND THE NEWS. 1920.

[Conrad/Journalism] 3 Titles. ++ Joseph Conrad. Tales Of Unrest. Lon: T. Fisher Unwin, 1898. 1st edition, later state (no gilt top). 8vo. [8], 297, [1], ads [14] pp. Green cloth. ++ Joseph Pulitzer. A Report To The American People. Printed in upper

Lot: 76 - Tristan Tzara. Sept Manifestes Dada. Sgd/inscr.

[Dadaism] Tristan Tzara. (1896-1963). Sept Manifestes Dada. Signed and inscribed by Tzara to Jacques Riviere. Paris: Editions du Diorama, Jean Budry, [early 1920s], 11 illustrations by Francis Picabia. Presentation copy; signed by Tristan Tzara on

Lot: 77 - 2 firsts inscribed by J. Frank Dobie.

Dobie, J. Frank. 2 signed first editions. From the Estate of Senator Ralph and Richard Yarborough, member of the Indian Claims Commission. 8vo. Cloth, in dj. ++ The Mustangs. Bos: Little, Brown, (1952). Adams, Herd, 696. Inscribed on initial blank

Lot: 78 - Man's Understanding. 1933. 1st edition.

[Fantasy] C. J. Cutcliffe-Hyne. Man's Understanding. A Volume of Short Stories. Lon: Ward, Lock, (1933). 1st edition. Bleiler p106. 8vo. Orange cloth lettered in black. A little foxing. Dj very good.

Lot: 79 - Signed: Murray Leinster. Sidewise In Time. 1st ed.

[Fantasy] Murray Leinster (Will F. Jenkins). Sidewise In Time And Other Scientific Adventures. Chi: Shasta Publishers, 1950. 1st edition. Signed on ffep as both Will F Jenkins and Murray Leinster. Currey p269. 8vo. Red cloth, in dj. Interior near

Lot: 80 - Les Miserables. 5 Vols. Routledge, (1886).

[Hugo, Victor] Les Miserables. 5 Vols. NY: George Routledge & Sons, (1886). 8vo. Green cloth, spine ends frayed, some hinges cracked.

Lot: 81 - 2 Books incl: Robinson Jeffers. Californians. 1916

[Jeffers/Woolf] 2 Firsts. ++ Robinson Jeffers. Californians. NY: Macmillan, 1916. 1st edition of Jeffers’ 2nd book (or Jeffers’ first book by a major publisher). FPAA, Vol 3, p185. 8vo. Orig blue cloth. ++ Virginia Woolf. Orlando: A

Lot: 82 - 3 Books incl: Stephen King. IT. (1986). 1st prtg.

[King/Clancy/Marquis] 3 Titles. ++ Stephen King. IT. Viking, (1986). 1st printing. 8vo. Cloth and board, in dj. ++ Tom Clancy. The Hunt For Red October. Signed and inscribed by Clancy on half title. Naval Institute Press, (1985), later prtg. 8vo.

Lot: 83 - The Raven by Quarles. 1902. #9 of 93 sgd by Perdue

[Poe, Edgar Allan] The Raven by Quarles. Done into printed & Decorated by Robert H. Perdue at Cleveland, Ohio, MCM & II. [1902]. #9 of 93 signed by Perdue. 8 leaves have illustrations: title and 7 pages with borders; 8 printed tissue guards.

Lot: 84 - 4 items incl: Out Of The Cradle Endlessly Rocking.

[Fine Press] 4 Titles. ++ Walt Whitman. Out Of The Cradle Endlessly Rocking. #58 of 65 signed by the artist, Richard Bigus. Torrance, CA: Labyrinth Press, (1978). Lg. oblong folio. [10] leaves, each loose within individual folders, issued with

Lot: 85 - 3 Books; 1 inscribed to businessman Andrew Mellon

[Press Books] 3 Titles. ++ Joseph G. Butler. My First Trip Abroad. (Youngstown, OH: Privately published, 1924). #6 of 25. Inscribed on limitation page: “Presented to Hon. Andrew Mellon/ An Adept in Finance/ From his Friend & Admirer/ Jos. G.

Lot: 86 - Wakefield. The Works Of Alexander Pope, Esq. 1794.

[Pope, Alexander] Gilbert Wakefield. The Works Of Alexander Pope, Esq. With Remarks And Illustrations. 1 Volume (all issued for this edition). Warrington: Printed for the Author by W. Eyres, and Sold by Payne, at the Mews-Gate; Egerton, Whitehall;

Lot: 87 - Ayn Rand. Atlas Shrugged. 1st state dj.

Rand, Ayn. Atlas Shrugged. Random House, (1957). 1st printing of Ayn Rand’s most important book, in 1st state dj: “$6.95” and “10/57” on front dj flap. Rear flap has “457 Madison Avenue, New York 22, New York.”

Lot: 88 - Ayn Rand. The Fountainhead. (1943).

Rand, Ayn. The Fountainhead. Bobbs-Merrill, (1943). Early reissue: No printing statement on c-page, but the text has the following errors: Page 321, line 5 has “refrred.” Page 381 has “G.W.,” p480 has “Domininique,” page

Lot: 89 - Sax Rohmer. Daughter Of Fu Manchu. 1931, in dj.

Rohmer, Sax. Daughter Of Fu Manchu. Garden City, NY: 1931. 1st edition (stated, Doubleday, Doran’s colophon on c-page, “Price, $2.00” on front dj flap). 8vo. Yellow cloth, yellow topstain. “March 1931” ink ownership. Very

Lot: 90 - Sax Rohmer. The Emperor Of America. 1st ed., in dj

Rohmer, Sax. The Emperor Of America. Published for The Crime Club, Inc. by Doubleday, Doran. Garden City, New York, 1929. 1st edition of a novel with cell phones and electronic maps. 8vo. Black cloth, “Nov. 1929” ink gift inscription. very

Lot: 91 - Sax Rohmer. The Trail Of Fu Manchu. 1934.

Rohmer, Sax. The Trail Of Fu Manchu. Garden City, NY: For the Crime Club/ by Doubleday, Doran, 1934. 1st edition. Black cloth with yellow topstain, very good in dj with chips to spine ends, corners, and edges and several tears.

Lot: 92 - Sax Rohmer. Fu Manchu's Bride. 1933. 1st ed. in dj

Rohmer, Sax. Fu Manchu’s Bride. Crime Club/ Doubleday, Doran, 1933. 1st edition. “$2.00” dj price. 8vo. Black cloth, red topstain. Very good in good dj with chipping to upper/lower portions of spine and corners.

Lot: 93 - Richard Steele. The Theatre... 1791.

[British Literature] The Theatre, by Richard Steele; To which are added, The Anti-Theatre; The Character of Sir John Edgar... anecdotes By John Nichols. G. G. J. and J. Robinson/ J. Walter/ C. Dilly, 1791. 1st single-volume edition, published the

Lot: 94 - 2 books signed by James Stephens.

Stephens, James. 2 Signed Books. Both signatures dated “May 5, 1925.” ++ The Hill Of Vision. Lon: Macmillan, 1922. 12mo. 1/4 cloth and board. ++ The Crock Of Gold. NY: Macmillan, 1925. 8vo. Green cloth. Very good.

Lot: 95 - In Memoriam. w/ 9 lines MS poem by Van Dyke.

Tennyson, Alfred. In Memoriam. Preface by Henry Van Dyke, illustrated by Harry Fenn. Fords, Howard, & Hulbert, 1897. Signed by Henry Van Dyke with 6 lines of manuscript verse on ffep. Also signed by the illustrator, Fenn, on title page. 8vo. Orig

Lot: 96 - Winter: From The Journal Of Henry David Thoreau.

[Thoreau] Winter: From The Journal Of Henry David Thoreau. Bos: Houghton Mifflin, 1888. Early half leather and marbled boards, bound by Putnam’s without the ads or first 2 preliminary leaves. First edition of the third work in Thoreau’s

Lot: 97 - Verne. A Floating City... 1874. 1st American ed.

Verne, Jules. A Floating City, And The Blockade Runners. NY: Scribner, Armstrong, & Co., 1874. 1st American edition. Mistichelli p10. 8vo. Brick-red dec cloth, spine worn, bdg loose, title leaf separated. Lacking any other preliminary leaves and

Lot: 98 - H. G. Wells. Little Wars. Palmer, (1913) 1st ed.

Wells, H. G. Little Wars: A Game For Boys From Twelve Years Of Age To One Hundred and Fifty… Lon: Frank Palmer, (1913). 1st edition. Hammond E11, Wells 48. Variations occur in the book’s height. Text block is 8 3/4 inch tall. Covers: 9 in.

Lot: 99 - 2-leaf program for Stravinsky's Firebird

[Ballet Program/Igor Stravinsky] L’Oiseau de Feu [The Firebird]. [2]-leaf program for the ballet’s first performance at the Theatre National de l’Opera, June 25, 1910. 1st page credits: ballerinas; M-mes Karsawina, Fokina, Fokine, and

Lot: 100 - Christliche Zuchtschul... Lucerne: 1638. [Bible]

[Bible] Christliche Zuchtschul/ In welcher grundliche/ unnd warhafftige Resolution… Durch P. Nicolaum Cusanum… (Engraved title: P. Nicolai Cusani Soc. Jes. Theol. Christliche Zucht Schul In welcher Warhafftige Resolution…) Lucerne:

Lot: 101 - 4 Vols incl: Waldow. Die Buchdruckerkunst. 3 Vols.

[Book Business] 2 Titles (4 Vols). ++ Alexander Waldow. Die Buchdruckerkunst In Ihrem Technischen Betriebe. 3 Vols: 2 text volumes and atlas of plates to accompany Vol II. Leipzig: Waldow, atlas 1875, text vols have no publication date but forewords

Lot: 102 - The Book Collector. 213 magazine issues: Vols 1-53

[Book Collector] The Book Collector. 213 numbers (Volumes 1-53). Lon: 1952-2004. Includes 1997 special number marking the 150 anniversary of Bernard Quaritch Ltd. 8vo, orig wrappers. Mostly very good to near fine.

Lot: 103 - 3 items incl leaf from Nuremberg Chronicle, Aeneid

[Early Printing/Engraving] 3 items. ++ Leaf ccxiiii from Hartmann Schedel’s “Liber Chronicarum…” [Nurem: Koberger, 1493], known to English speakers as the “Nuremberg Chronicle.” Woodcut portraits and Latin text on both

Lot: 104 - 3 leaves: Early printed books.

[Early Printing] 3 leaves from books. Sources unknown, but 1400s to early 1500s based on type. Each leaf is from a different source. 4to. ++ 1 is in black letter with initial letters done by hand in red and blue ink. Has the headline

Lot: 105 - Morias Enkomion: Stultitiae Laudatio. 1765.

Erasmus, Desiderius. Morias Enkomion: Stultitiae Laudatio. Desiderii Erasmi Declamatio. First 2 words of title in Greek. Barbou, 1765. Frontis by De Longueil after Gravelot. 8vo. [2], xiij, [1], 214pp. Contemp leather. Graesse, Vol II, p495. Bdg

Lot: 106 - Haraszthy. Grape Culture, Wines... 1862. 1st ed.

[Oenology] A. Haraszthy. Grape Culture, Wines, and Wine Making. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1862. 1st edition, by a man appointed to Report on the Improvement and Culture of the Vine of California. Frontis shows the author’s home in Buena Vista.

Lot: 107 - 4 Books incl: The American Foxhound... inscribed

[Hunting/Horses] 4 Titles. ++ Alexander Mackay-Smith. The American Foxhound 1747-1967. American Foxhound Club, 1968. Supplemental Index placed in loose, with 1969 on title page. #128 of 1000. Signed by author on limitation page and inscribed to

Lot: 108 - A New and General Biographical Dictionary. 12 Vols

[History] A New And General Biographical Dictionary; Containing an Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings… 12 Vols. Lon: T. Osborne/ J. Whiston and B. White/ W. Strahan, et. al. Vols 1-6: 1761. Vols 7-11: 1762. Supplement:

Lot: 109 - Letters, documents: Laszlo Biro's ballpoint pen

Archive of letters and other documents (mostly on carbon paper), related to Laszlo Biro’s effort to patent what was to become the first commercially successful ballpoint pen, and to bring it to market. Mostly 1941. Over 60 leaves, plus 4 photos

Lot: 110 - Agrammatic Aphasia. 3 Vols. 1990.

[Linguistics/Anthropology] Lise Menn, Loraine K. Obler, et. al. Agrammatic Aphasia: A Cross-Language Narrative Sourcebook. 3 Vols. Amst/Phila: John Benjamins Publishing, 1990. 4to. Cloth. Very good to near fine.

Lot: 111 - 3 Books incl: World Atlas Of Language Structures.

[Linguistics] 3 Titles. ++ Haspelmath, Dryer, Gil, and Comrie. The World Atlas Of Language Structures. Oxford University Press, (2005), 3rd prtg. Folio. Cloth, in dj. with CD-ROM in rear pocket. ++ Adelaar and Muysken. The Languages Of The Andes.

Lot: 112 - 7 Vols, 1817-1828: Surgery.

[Medicine/Surgery] 4 Titles (7 Vols). ++ Desault, Bichat, and Caldwell. A Treatise On Fractures, Luxations, And Other Affections Of The Bones. Phila: Kimber & Sharpless/ M. Carey & Son, et. al., 1817. 3 plates. ++ The Surgical And

Lot: 113 - 2 Books incl: Darwin. On The Origin Of Species...

[Natural History/Hawaii] 2 Titles. ++ Charles Darwin. On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection. NY: D. Appleton, 1873. From the 6th London edition. 8vo. Brick-red cloth, Folding plate. ++ Rufus Anderson. The Hawaiian Islands: Their

Lot: 114 - The Life Of Catharine II. 3 Vols. Dublin: 1800

[Russia] W. Tooke. The Life Of Catharine II. Empress Of Russia. 3 Vols. Dublin: J. Moore, 1800. Folding map. A translation of Jean-Henri Castera’s “Histoire de Catharine II.” 8vo. Contemp leather. Spines mostly perished, several full

Lot: 115 - Hall. An Encyclopedic Outline Of Masonic... (1979)

[Freemasonry] Manly P. Hall. The Secret Teachings Of All Ages: An Encyclopedic Outline Of Masonic, Hermetic, Qabbalistic And Rosicrucian Symbolical Philosophy: Being an Interpretation of the Secret Teachings concealed within the Rituals, Allegories

Lot: 116 - Heckethorn. The Secret Societies... 1897.

[Secret Societies] Charles William Heckethorn. The Secret Societies Of All Ages And Countries. 2 Vols. New Amsterdam Book Company, 1897. 8vo. Maroon cloth with printed spine labels. Vol II’s front hinge cracked. Very good.

Lot: 117 - 3 Vols incl: The Western Front. 2 Vols/10 Parts.

[WWI] 2 Titles (3 Vols). ++ Muirhead Bone. The Western Front. 2 Vols, containing 10 Parts. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page, 1917. 4to. Both vols have the outer 1/4 cloth and board covers. First 6 parts are in orig wraps, Parts 7-10 lack wraps and

Lot: 118 - Adolf Hitler Aquarelle. c.1935.

[WWII] Adolf Hitler Aquarelle. Heinrich Hoffmann, Reichsbildberichterstatter der NSDAP, (nd), [c. 1935]. Reproduces 7 watercolors Adolf Hitler painted during WWI, between 1914 and 1917, which depict sites on the Western front. These are among his

Lot: 119 - Adolf Hitler. Mein Kampf. 1933.

[WWII] Adolf Hitler. Mein Kampf. 2 Vols in 1 (as issued). Munich: Franz Eher Nachfolger, 1933. 49th edition. Frontis. 8vo. Orig blue flex cloth, very good, prelims foxed.

Lot: 120 - ~60 Titles: Big Little Books, mostly (1930s-1940s)

[Big Little Books] Approximately 60 Titles, mostly Big Little Books, pbd Racine, WI: Whitman Publishing, (mostly 1930s-1940s, some later). 2 are from Dell Publishing’s “Fast-Action Story” series. Each book features full page cartoons.

Lot: 121 - The History Of The Children In The Wood.

[Chapbooks] The History Of The Children In The Wood. Lon: J. L. Marks, (nd), [c. 1825]. 8 hand colored woodcuts, each partial page. [6] leaves and printed yellow wraps. Very good.

Lot: 122 - 6 chapbooks incl: The Story Of The Three Bears.

[Chapbooks] 6 Titles. ++ The Story Of The Three Bears. Lon: Darton & Co., (nd). Goldilocks with 6 partial page woodcuts.16mo. [12] pp and green printed wraps. ++ The Tiny Picture Book. Charlestown: G. W. Hobbs, (nd) [c. 1855]. 29 woodcuts with

Lot: 123 - 5 illustrated chapbooks pbd Banbury: J. G. Rusher.

[Chapbooks] 5 Titles. ++ The Renowned History Of Dame Trot And Her Cat. ++ The Interesting Story Of Cinderella, And Her Glass Slipper. ++ Jack & Jill, And Old Dame Gill. ++ The Interesting Story Of The Children In The Wood, An Historical Ballad.

Lot: 124 - Roald Dahl. James And The Giant Peach. 1961, in dj

Dahl, Roald. James And The Giant Peach: A Children’s Story. NY: Alfred A. Knopf, (1961). 1st issue, with 5-line colophon containing “Bound by H. Wolff, New York.” Dj has $3.95 price and no ISBN. 4to. Red cloth, very good, seller’s

Lot: 125 - Roald Dahl. Typed letter signed. 1971.

Dahl, Roald. TLS thanking a teacher for letters sent by students in her second-third grade class. 3rd September, 1971. 4to. Near fine in orig envelope.

Lot: 126 - 2 Books incl: Lang. The Yellow Fairy Book. 1894.

[Lang/Wallace] 2 Titles. ++ Andrew Lang. The Yellow Fairy Book. Lon: Longmans, Green, 1894. 1st edition. 8vo. Mustard yellow cloth decorated in gilt, black eps, aeg. 22 plates, dozens of text illustrations. ++ Lew. Wallace. Ben-Hur: A Tale Of The

Lot: 127 - Rosenbach. Early American Children’s Books,

Rosenbach, A. S. W. Early American Children’s Books. Portland, ME: Southworth Press, 1933. Signed and inscribed “For Alice Menken, with the warm regards and appreciation of A. S. W. Rosenbach/ October 21, 1933.” Menken was a social

Lot: 128 - 7 Titles: Harry Potter series, incl 5 first prtgs.

Rowling, J. K. 7 Titles (full Harry Potter series). First 5 listed are 1st printings, first 6 listed are in 1st state dj (correct price on front flap and 5-digit code above the barcode on rear panel). Arthur A. Levine/ Scholastic Press. 8vo. Cloth

Lot: 129 - 6 Books incl: Jinglebob. 1st Wyeth edition. 1930.

[Henty/Wyeth/French Books] 6 Titles. ++ G. A. Henty. A Roving Commission: Or Through The Black Insurrection At Hayti. Scribner’s, 1899. 1st American edition. 12 plates. 8vo. Red cloth, blue-green edges, 32pp ads. ++ Philip Ashton Rollins.

Lot: 130 - The History Of Reynard The Fox, w/ ALS by Ellis.

[Crane, Walter] F. S. Ellis. The History Of Reynard The Fox. Devices by Walter Crane. Lon: David Nutt, 1894. 1st Walter Crane edition. Author’s ALS mounted to ffep. Dated “Decr. 20. 1895.” Letter is [3] pp. Reads “I send you,

Lot: 131 - Crane and Greenaway. The Quiver Of Love. 1876.

[Crane/Greenaway] The Quiver Of Love: A Collection of Valentines Ancient and Modern. Lon: Marcus Ward, 1876. 1st edition. 9 chromolithographed plates: 4 by Kate Greenaway, 4 by Walter Crane, and engr title. 8vo. Red-brown cloth with gilt floral spine

Lot: 132 - Hawthorne. Wonder Book For Girls & Boys. 1893.

[Crane, Walter] Nathaniel Hawthorne. Wonder Book For Girls & Boys. Bos: Houghton Mifflin, 1893. 1st American Walter Crane edition. 19 color plates by Crane, many partial page illustrations. 8vo. Beige cloth decorated in green and brown. Very

Lot: 133 - Walter Crane. The Baby’s Own Aesop. 1887. 1st

Crane, Walter. The Baby’s Own Aesop. Lon/NY: George Routledge & Sons, 1887. Beautiful color illustrations fill nearly every page. Sq. 8vo. 1/4 light blue cloth and pictorial boards. Very good in later red fabric clamshell case.

Lot: 134 - 2 Walter Crane: The Baby's Opera, Baby's Own Aesop

Crane, Walter. 2 Titles. ++ The Baby’s Own Aesop. Lon: Frederick Warne, (nd). c. 1887. ++ The Baby’s Opera. Lon: Frederick Warne, (nd), c. 1883. ++ Color illustrations by Walter Crane appear on almost every page. Sq. 8vo. 1/4 cloth and

Lot: 135 - 2 Walter Crane: Rumbo Rhymes + Household Stories.

[Crane, Walter, Illus] 2 Titles. ++ Alfred C. Calmour. Rumbo Rhymes: Or the Great Combine: A Satire. Lon/NY: Harper & Brothers, 1911. 1st edition. Full-page color illustrations. Green cloth. ++ Household Stories From the collection of The

Lot: 136 - 5 Vols illus by Crane incl: King Arthur’s

[Crane] 4 Titles (5 Editions) illustrated by Walter Crane. ++ Henry Gilbert. King Arthur’s Knights: The Tales Re-Told for Boys & Girls. Frederick A. Stokes, 1911. 16 color plates. ++ Gilbert and Crane. King Arthur’s Knights… NY:

Lot: 137 - Eight Illustrations To Shakespeare’s Tempest.

[Crane, Walter] Eight Illustrations To Shakespeare’s Tempest: Designed by Walter Crane, Engraved & Printed by Duncan C. Dallas. Lon: J. M. Dent & Co., 1893. #60 of 650 signed by Crane and Dallas. 8 plates on India paper issued within

Lot: 138 - Konody. The Art Of Walter Crane. 1902.

[Crane, Walter] P. G. Konody. The Art Of Walter Crane. Lon: George Bell & Sons, 1902. 1st trade edition. Profusely illustrated with title pages, plates from Walter Crane’s books, and wallpaper designed by Crane. Folio. xiii, [1], 147, [1]

Lot: 139 - 7 books illus. by Walter Crane incl: Queen Summer.

Crane, Walter. 7 Titles illustrated by Crane. ++ Queen Summer: Or the Journey of the Lily and the Rose. Cassell & Co., 1891. 4to. 1/4 cloth and board. ++ Beauty’s Awakening, A Masque of Winter and of Spring. “The Studio,” Summer

Lot: 140 - Shanghai Of To-Day. Kelly & Walsh, 1928.

[Asia/China] Shanghai Of To-Day: A Souvenir Album of Fifty Vandyck Prints of “The Model Settlement.” Introduction by O. M. Green. Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1928. 50 tipped-on plates (after photos by Vandyck). 4to. Orig flexible cloth

Lot: 141 - Herbert C. White. Peking The Beautiful. (1927).

[Asia/China] Herbert C. White. Peking The Beautiful. Introduction by Hu Shih. Shanghai: Commercial Press, (1927). Depicts local architecture, landscape costume, sculpture, etc. Folio. Orig blue-green silk. Spine weak, edges of covers frayed. Contents

Lot: 142 - Richo No Minga/ Minga Of The Lee Dynasty. 2 Vols.

[Asia/Japanese Art] Henshu Shiwachi Shoichiro and Kamekura Yusaku. Richo No Minga/ Minga Of The Lee Dynasty. 2 Vols. (Kodansha, 1982). Consists of hundreds of full- and partial-page illustrations. Text and author names in Japanese. Folio. Cloth, in

Lot: 143 - Kakyoku Onshuko [Classical Music]. (1879).

[Asia/Japanese Woodblocks] Kakyoku Onshuko [Classical Music]. Revised by Kikusaki Kengyo. (Meiji 12) [1879]. 112 pages of woodblock illustrations (95 b/w and 17 color). In addition to the illustrations, 65pp of text were printed over a green plant

Lot: 144 - Keinen Shugacho. 1906. Japanese woodblocks.

[Asia/Japanese Woodblocks] Keinen Shugacho [Keinen’s Painting Album]. Vol 2 (of 7). Unsodo, Meiji 39 [1906]. 12 double-page woodblock illustrations: flower and fruit patterns, by Imao Keinen (1845-1924). Boards with printed front cover label,

Lot: 145 - 2-volume fortune teller’s manual. 1880.

[Asia/Japanese Woodblocks] 2-volume fortune teller’s manual. (1880). One volume includes a "wheel of fortune" which predicts fortunes using birth dates. Provides directions for travel, building a house, horoscope tables, etc. Examples: A Kiri

Lot: 146 - 2 ledgers of manuscript Japanese financial records

[Asia/Japanese Ledger] 2 volumes of manuscript accounting records in Japanese. 14.7 x 37cm, each 6cm thick. Contemp wraps with handwritten cover titles and handwritten tabs on text block edges. Surface wear to wraps, interiors mostly very good.

Lot: 147 - Book of woodblocks of birds by Numata Kashu.

[Asia/Japanese Woodblocks] Book consisting of woodblock illustrations of birds by Numata Kashu. 1885. Numata Kashu, a.k.a. Numata Masayuki, was a pupil of his grandfather, Numata Gessai. Numata Kashu was selected by Emperor Mutsuhito to decorate the

Lot: 148 - Bewick. A History Of British Birds. 2 Vols. 1821.

Bewick, Thomas. A History Of British Birds. 2 Vols, with Supplement Parts I and II bound in each volume. Newcastle: Printed by Edward Walker, 1821. 8vo. Vol I: xl, [43]-330, Supp [2], 46, [2] pp. Vol II: xxii, [19]-360, Supp [2], 43, [1] pp. Rebacked

Lot: 149 - 3 books incl: Coues. Key To North American Birds.

[Birds/Natural History] 3 Titles. ++ Irene Grosvenor Wheelock. Birds Of California: An Introduction to more than Three Hundred Common Birds… Chi: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1904. Several plates and text illustrations. 8vo. Lacking rear cover and

Lot: 150 - 3 Vols incl: Bendire ...North American Birds...

[Birds/Natural History] 2 Titles (3 Vols). ++ Charles Bendire. Life Histories Of North American Birds: With special reference to their Breeding Habits and Eggs. Wash: GPO, 1892. First part (Smithsonian Institution Special Bulletin No. 1), without the

Lot: 151 - Malory, Beardsley. ..King Arthur... 1909. 1/1500

[Beardsley Illustrations] Thomas Malory. The Birth Life And Acts Of King Arthur, Of His Noble Knights Of The Round Table, Their Marvellous Enquests And Adventures... (NY: E. P. Dutton, 1909). 2nd Aubrey Beardsley edition, limited to 1500. One of 500

Lot: 152 - 2 books incl: Portraits in the Making, triple sgd

[Caricature/Portraits] 2 Titles. ++ Miguel Covarrubias. Negro Drawings. NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1927. 1st edition. ++ Phoebe Flory Walker, Dorothy Short and Eliot O’Hara. Portraits In The Making. NY: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, (1948). Ffep signed by

Lot: 153 - Spires And Towers Of The Mediaeval Churches. 1859.

[Church Architecture] Charles Wickes. The Spires And Towers Of The Mediaeval Churches Of England… Complete Edition. Three Volumes in One. Lon: Thompson, 1859. 72 plates showing exteriors of churches and cathedrals. ++ Vol I: [8], 9, [1] pp, 26

Lot: 154 - Edmund Ollier. The Dore Gallery.

[Dore Illustrations] Edmund Ollier. The Dore Gallery. Lon: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, (nd), (Preface dated “1870”). 250 magnificent plates after Dore, used in the Dore editions of the Bible, Dante, Paradise Lost, Don Quixote, etc. xxiv,

Lot: 155 - Durer Marienleben, preface 1887. 20 plates.

Durer Marienleben: phototypisch nachgebildet in der Grosse der Originale. Leipzig: L. Zehl’s Verlag, L. Haberland, preface dated 1887. Consists of 20 plates, title leaf, and preface leaf. In addition, a previous owner placed in 8 facsimile Durer

Lot: 156 - Hall. Ireland: Its Scenery, Character, &c. 3 Vols.

[Engraved Views] Mr. & Mrs. S. C. Hall. Ireland: Its Scenery, Character, &c. 3 Vols. Vol II: Lon: How and Parsons, 1842. Vols I and III Lon: Hall, Virtue, and Co., (nd), “New Edition,” [1843 or later]. 67 plates total. Vol I: 22

Lot: 157 - A Collection Of Historical Prints... Ca 1792.

[Engravings] Robert Strange. A Collection Of Historical Prints, Engraved from pictures by the most celebrated Painters, of the Roman, Florentine, Lombard, Venetian, and other Schools. (nd), c. 1792. Folio. viii, [9]-19pp + 36 (of 50) plates:

Lot: 158 - 13 plates from: Ornamenti Diversi. (Milan: 1782).

[Engravings] 13 plates from "Ornamenti Diversi." Milan: Albertolli, (engraved dedication dated “25. Febbrajo 1782”). The plates are mostly by Giacomo Mercoli Luganse after Giacondo Albertolli. 10 plates primarily focus on ornamental and

Lot: 159 - John William Hill: An Artist’s Memorial.

[Etchings] John William Hill: An Artist’s Memorial. NY: John Henry Hill, 1888. Signed on inserted leaf by 2 members of the Hill family. Miss Emma Hill and the publisher (“J. Henry Hill/ Copy No. 21”). Limitation unstated but clearly

Lot: 160 - Signed by Lee Friedlander: CHERRY BLOSSOM TIME...

[Friedlander, Lee] Cherry Blossom Time In Japan: The Complete Works. Signed by Lee Friedlander on ffep. Fraenkel Gallery, (Distributed Art Publishers), (2006). Illustrated. 4to. Boards, near fine.

Lot: 161 - Hannay. The Complete Works Of William Hogarth.

[Hogarth] The Complete Works Of William Hogarth. Introductory essay by James Hannay. London Printing and Publishing, (nd). 152 plates (incl 2 engr titles). 4to. [2], xiv, 201, [3], xv-xviii pp. Full leather with “I. B. Chase” in gilt on

Lot: 162 - 4 Vols incl: Works Of William Hogarth....

[Hogarth/Art/Canova] 3 Titles (4 Vols). ++ The Works Of William Hogarth….2 Vols. Descriptions by John Trusler, anecdotes by J. Hogarth and J. Nichols. London Printing and Publishing, (nd), [1860s-1870s]. 150 images on 145 plates. The plates

Lot: 163 - 2 Books incl: Shires And Provinces, 1/100 signed.

[Horses/Hunting] 2 Titles. ++ Sabres And Provinces: By “Sabretache” Illustrated by Lionel Edwards. Lon: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1926. #26 of 100 signed by the author and artist and printed on thick paper. 4to. Publisher’s vellum, very

Lot: 164 - 2 copies: The Romance Of Alexander. Oxford, 1933.

[Illuminated Manuscript Facsimile] 2 copies: The Romance Of Alexander: A Collotype Facsimile of Ms. Bodley 264. Introduction by M. R. James. Oxford Univ. Pr., 1933. Folio. Orig blue cloth, in djs. 1 copy is very good in very good dj. The other has a

Lot: 165 - 2 Books incl: Landscapes 1975-1979. #236 of 1000.

[Landscape] 2 Titles. ++ Landscapes 1975-1979: Photographs by Michael A. Smith. Vol 2 only. Revere, PA: Lodima Press, (1981). Total of 1026 issued. #236 of 1000. Folio. Orig cloth, in acetate dj. Slight foxing, very good. ++ Charles Terrasse. Les

Lot: 166 - 2 Franklin Mint portfolios- 20 plates, each signed

[Landscape] 2 Items. ++ Gold Medal Watercolors. [1973]. Folio. Contains 12 plates, each pencil signed, by Tom Nicholas, Marion B. Brown, Philip Jamison, Paul Rickert, Mel Crawford, Paul Strisik, Don Stone, John Pike, Bogomir Bogdanovic, Donald

Lot: 167 - 3 books incl: Joe Houston. Optic Nerve. (2007).

[Modern Art] 3 Titles. ++ Joe Houston. Optic Nerve: Perceptual Art of the 1960s. Columbus Museum of Art/ Merrell, (2007). ++ Felix Marcilhac. Jean Dunand: His Life And Works. NY: Abrams, (1991). Just beginning to loosen at pp208-209, ex library. ++

Lot: 168 - Wheelwright. Hail Chant And Water Chant. 1946.

[Native Americans] Hail Chant And Water Chant. Recorded by Mary C. Wheelwright. Santa Fe: Museum of Navajo Ceremonial Art, 1946. Vol II of “Navajo Religion Series.” 4to. Green cloth, very good. 24 color plates after sand paintings.

Lot: 169 - 3 Titles (4 Vols), incl: McKenney and Hall, 1978.

[Native Americans] 3 Titles (4 Vols). ++ Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall. History Of The Indian Tribes Of North America. 2 Vols. Kent: Volair Limited, 1978. 8vo. Orig leather in slipcase. Near fine. ++ Richard Irving Dodge. Our Wild Indians:

Lot: 170 - Pietro Lazzari. I Carbonizzati. (1967). 41 plates.

Lazzari, Pietro. I Carbonizzati. Wash: (Yazge), 1967. 41 plates, 3 preliminary leaves, and 1-leaf prospectus, unbound as issued, in case. Case worn, marginal dampstain to title. Plates near fine.

Lot: 171 - Henri Matisse. Poemes De Charles d’Orleans.

Matisse, Henri. Poemes De Charles d’Orleans. Signed by Matisse. Teriade, Paris, (1950). Illustrated with 100 lithographs, including 54 original pieces, on Arches Vellum. This is limited edition number 763 of 1200, signed in pencil by Matisse on

Lot: 172 - 2 copies: Anselm Kiefer. Skira/ (Rizzoli), (2007).

[Photography] 2 copies: Germano Celant. Anselm Kiefer. Skira/ (Rizzoli), (2007). Sq 4to. Hardcover, in djs. Near fine. Based on an exhibition of Anselm Kiefer’s photographs at the Guggenheim Museum. Heavily illustrated.

Lot: 173 - Alphabet For Adults. Signed, inscribed by Man Ray.

Ray, Man. Alphabet For Adults. Beverly Hills: Copley Galleries, (1948). One of 500. Title page signed and inscribed by Man Ray, dated “1960.” Illustrated. 4to. 1/2 cloth and board, some corner wear, very good.

Lot: 174 - Accurata, E Succinta... Roma Moderna 2 Parts. 1767

[Piranesi, Francesco] Ridolfino Venuti Cortonese. Accurata, E Succinta Descrizione Topografica E Istorica Di Roma Moderna. 2 Parts only: Part I and Vol II, Part II (the last part). Rome: Carlo Barbiellini al Corso, 1767. Part I: 18 (of 19) folding

Lot: 175 - 5 Vols incl: Boudriot. The Seventy-Four Gun Ship.

[Ships] 2 Titles (5 Vols). Naval Institute Press. 4to. Cloth, in dj, very good to near fine. Illustrated with diagrams. ++ Jean Boudriot. The Seventy-Four Gun Ship. 4 Vols. 1986-1988. Many folding plates. ++ G. R. G. Worcester. The Junks &

Lot: 176 - T.F. Simon Exlibris: A Novorocenky. 12 sgd plates

[Simon, Tavik Frantisek] T.F. Simon. Exlibris: A Novorocenky. Vydal Arthur Novak v Praze, 1918. #33, no stated limitation, but we presume the number issued was very small. 12 plates pencil signed by T. F. Simon. Placed in is a brief TLS by T. F.

Lot: 177 - The Art Work Of Louis C. Tiffany. 1914. Signed.

[Tiffany, Louis Comfort] The Art Work Of Louis C. Tiffany. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page, 1914. Total of 502 issued; one of 492 on Japon vellum, numbered 354. With 21 tipped in color plates and 42 photogravures with lettered tissue guards. Signed

Lot: 178 - 3 Books incl: The Tiffany Studios... Oriental Rugs

[Whistler/Tiffany] 3 Titles. ++ Catalogue Of An Exhibition Of Portraitures Of James McNeill Whistler, The Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York. Privately Printed, 1915. #16 of 130 signed by the cataloguer. 8vo. Orig 1/4 vellum and board. ++ The

Lot: 179 - Over 350 items, mostly trade cards: Organs, pianos

[Trade Cards] Over 350 items, mostly trade cards advertising organs, but also includes cards advertising pianos and a few bookmarks. Generally chromolithographed. Usually undated, several 1890s. Places of business are Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont,

Lot: 180 - A Mapp Of The Parishes Of St. Clements... [1720].

[Britain] A Mapp Of The Parishes Of St. Clements Danes, St. Mary Savoy; with the Rolls Liberty and Lincolns Inn, taken From the last Survey with Corrections and Additions. From the 1720 edition of John Stow and John Strype’s, “A Survey of

Lot: 181 - Wrest House & Park... [Engraving, 1712-1740s].

[Britain] Wrest House & Park In Ye County Of Bedford, The Seat Of Ye Rt. Honble. Henry Earl Of Kent. Bird’s eye view of the house and its surrounding fields, with armorial cartouche. Engraved by Johannes Kip after Knyff. Plate 19 from an

Lot: 182 - Swillington in the West Rideing of Yorkshire...

[Britain] Swillington in the West Rideing of Yorkshire the Seate of William Lowther Esq. Beautiful bird’s eye view showing fields, cattle, trees, boats, and a river. At the far upper right is the church of St. Mary of Swillington. Engraved by

Lot: 183 - A Map Of The County Of Kent. Samuel Parker, 1719.

[British Counties] A Map Of The County Of Kent. Samuel Parker, 1719. Folding map on 2 adjoined folding sheets, giving an impressively detailed depiction of rivers and towns in the county at the southeastern corner of England. Tables at the lower left

Lot: 184 - 5 Maps: British counties, Robert Morden. [1695].

[British Counties] 5 Maps by Robert Morden. Abel Swale/ Awnsham/ John Churchill, (nd), [from William Camden’s “Britannia: Or a Chorographical Description,” c. 1695]. ++ Cambridge Shire. “Sutton Nichols sculp:” in margin at

Lot: 185 - 7 maps by Benjamin Cole: London parishes, wards.

[Britain] 7 maps of parishes and wards in London engraved by Benjamin Cole. All but the last listed have a dedication in the lower margin to the ward’s alderman, 1754 or 1755. Decorative cartouches, most have coat of arms, most have profile view

Lot: 186 - 10 engravings, mostly maps: Britain, Europe.

[Britain/Europe] 10 engravings. 9 have full or outline hand coloring. ++ 2 Maps on 1 sheet: A New Map Of...….Northamptonshire…, ...Cambridgeshire…, ...Drawn From The Latest Authorities. Lon: Alexander Hogg, (nd), [c. 1780s-1810s].

Lot: 187 - 11 maps by John Cary, 1801-1808, 1831.

[British Counties] 11 Maps by John Cary. 1 fully hand colored, 10 have orig hand colored outline. ++ A New Map Of The County Of Leicester, Divided into Hundreds. Lon: C. Smith, 1808. ++ A Map Of Northumberland. From the best Authorities. Lon: John

Lot: 188 - L’America Meridionale. Map by Sanson and de

[De Rossi/South America] L’America Meridionale. Nuovamente corretta… da Guglielmo Sansone... Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi, 1687. From an edition of de Rossi’s “Mercurio Geografico Overo Guida Geografica in Tutte le Parti del

Lot: 189 - Mappa Mondo O Vero Carta Generale... Map.

[De Rossi/World] Mappa Mondo O Vero Carta Generale Del Globo... Rome: Giovanni Iacomo de Rossi, 1684. From “Mercurio Geografico Overo Guida Geografica in Tutte le Parti del Mondo.” A reissue Nicholas Sanson’s map of the World in

Lot: 190 - 4 Maps incl: Regno Di Danimarca. 1697.

[De Rossi] 4 Maps from an edition of Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi’s “Mercurio Geografico Overo Guida Geografica in Tutte le Parti del Mondo.” Double page. Contemp hand colored outline. ++ Le Diecisette Provincie De Paesi Bassi… 3

Lot: 191 - 3 Maps incl: Veteris Hispaniae Tabulam. 1710.

[De Rossi/Sanson] 4 Maps from Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi’s “Mercurio Geografico Overo Guida Geografica in Tutte le Parti del Mondo.” Double page. Hand colored outline. ++ Veteris Hispaniae Tabulam. Shows numerous towns, rivers, and

Lot: 192 - 5 Maps incl: Il Lazio Con le sue piu Cospicue...

[De Rossi/Italy] 5 Maps. ++ Il Lazio Con le sue piu Cospicue Strade Antiche, Moderne e principali Casali… 4-sheet map of Lazio by Giacomo Filippo Ameti. Rome: De Rossi, 1693. Includes: Parte Prima Terrestra... , Parte Seconda Terrestra…,

Lot: 193 - 2 Maps: L’Italia + Italia Antiqua.

[De Rossi/Sanson/Italy] 2 Maps. ++ Nicholas Sanson. Italia Antiqua cum Itineribus antiquis. Cum Insulis Sicilia Sardinia & Corsica. Rome: Jo. Jacob. De Rubeis. [C. 1690s.] At lower left: “Joannes L’huillier secit.” Contemp hand

Lot: 194 - 2 Maps by de Rossi incl: Regno Di Napoli.

2 Maps from Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi’s “Mercurio Geografico Overo Guida Geografica in Tutte le Parti del Mondo.” ++ Regno Di Napoli. A revised version of a map of Naples by Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola. “Giorgio Widman

Lot: 195 - 3 maps incl 2 sheets of Corso Del Po... 1703.

[De Rossi/Italy] 3 Maps. ++ Corso Del Po Per La Lombardia Dalle Sue Fonti Sino Al Mare… 2 sheets of a 3-sheet map (eastern and western). By Agostino Sargente, revised by Domenico de Rossi. Rome: 1703. From an edition of: “Mercurio

Lot: 196 - 3 maps: France, Switzerland.

[De Rossi/Sanson] 3 Maps. ++ Nova Esatta Tavola Del Regno Di Francia. Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi’s revision of a map of France by Nicholas Sanson. Rome: 1697. From De Rossi’s “Mercurio Geografico Overo Guida Geografica in Tutte le Parti

Lot: 197 - 3 Maps by De Rossi: Scandinavia, Russia, Prussia.

[De Rossi/Scandinavia/Eastern Europe] 3 Maps from an edition of Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi’s “Mercurio Geografico Overo Guida Geografica in Tutte le Parti del Mondo.” Hand colored outline. Double page. ++ La Scandinavia Divisa nelli

Lot: 198 - 2 Maps: Stato Del Gran Turco + Asia Minoris.

[De Rossi/Middle East] 2 Maps. ++ Stato Del Gran Turco diviso ne suoi Beglierbati, o Governi, e ne Principati, che li sono Tributari. Elaborate map of the Middle East, including Greece, Italy, the Caspian Sea, Arabian Peninsula, and the coast of

Lot: 199 - De Rossi. Corso Del Danubio... (Danube River map).

[De Rossi/Danube River] Corso Del Danubio Da Belgrado Fino Al Mar Nero… Map of eastern Europe by Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola, revised by Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi. Major shipping routes in the western Black Sea are engraved to have the same

Lot: 200 - Novissima, Et Accurata Maris Caspii. 1723.

[De Rossi/Caspian Sea] Mare Hyrcanum Sive Caspium, Russis More Gualenskoi, Persis Kulsum… (Title as it appears in the Caspian Sea). Cartouche: Novissima, Et Accurata Maris Caspii Fere nobis incogniti. Regionumque adjacentium Delineatio. Map by

Lot: 201 - L'Africa. Map by Sanson, revised by De Rossi.

[De Rossi] L’Africa Nuovamente corretta, et accresciuta secondo le realtioni piu moderne. Double-page map of Africa by Guillaume Sanson, revised by Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi. Rome: De Rossi, 1687. From an edition of: “Mercurio Geografico

Lot: 202 - Nova Virginiae Tabula. Map. C. 1630-1663.

[Virginia]. Nova Virginiae Tabula. Double-page map of the Chesapeake and its surroundings, oriented to the West. "Taken from the first state of the Smith [map of Virginia], it continues the coastlines where the former had left them vague…”

Lot: 203 - Die Anglandung Der Englischen... [Vue d'Optique].

[Revolutionary War] Die Anlandung Der Englischen Trouppen Zu Neu Yorck./ Debarquement Des Troupes Engloises A Nouvelle Yorck. View d’optique by Francois Xavier Haberman showing the British troops landing in New York Sep. 17, 1776, designed to be

Lot: 204 - Topographical Map Of Hancock County Maine. 1860.

[New England] H. F. Wallin. Topographical Map Of Hancock County Maine. Issued with a linen backing, which is now mounted to a previous owner’s flexible paper backing. Toned, dampstain, minor tears. Sold with all faults.

Lot: 204A - Blunt's Stranger's Guide To The City Of New-York.

[New York] Blunt's Stranger's Guide To The City Of New-York. Published by Edmund M. Blunt/ J. Seymour, print., 1817. 4 plates: Folding plat map + 3 nonfolding plates of buildings. [i]-xvi, [13]-306, ads [5] pp. 1st edition of one of the earliest New

Lot: 205 - 2 Civil War maps by Prang.

[Civil War] 2 Folding maps. Bos: L. Prang & Co. ++ Western Naval Expedition Map. Showing Tennessee & Mississippi Rivers All The Forts, Railroads, & Principal Cities. Upper margin title: “Western Battle-Ground.” Small burn hole,

Lot: 206 - Kitchin. Map Of The United States In North America

[United States] Thomas Kitchin. Map Of The United States In North America. With the British, French and Spanish Dominions adjoining, according to the Treaty of 1783. Lon: T. Cadell, 1783. One of the earliest British maps of the new country. Shows

Lot: 207 - Amerique Septentrionale Par Arrowsmith.

[North America] Amerique Septentrionale Par Arrowsmith. North America, from Central America to “Amerique Russe” to Greenland. Detailed, attractive depiction of rivers and lakes; heavy labeling of Indian tribes and place names. “Semen

Lot: 208 - 5 Maps by R. Bonne, 1780-82: US, North America...

[United States/World/Asia] 5 maps by Rigobert Bonne. ++ Les Etats Unis De L’Amerique Septentrionale… 1781. Shows the United States, with the label “Louisiane” over modern-day Kentucky. Lake Superior includes “I.

Lot: 209 - 3 maps by Kitchin: World, South America, Europe.

[South America/World/Europe] 3 folding maps by Thomas Kitchin. ++ Map Of The World With The New Discoveries On Mercator’s Projection. T. Cadell, 1783. Label “Arctic Lands” appears to the north of Groenland and Baffin’s Bay, but

Lot: 210 - 3 Maps incl: Map Of Boston And Adjacent Cities.

[World/ Massachusetts/Europe] 3 Maps. ++ A New Map Of The World On The Globular Projection. Phila: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., (1850). Hemispheres. Outer edge of overall border: 9 1/2 x 14 1/8 in. Toned. ++ Map Of Boston And Adjacent Cities. J.

Lot: 211 - 5 Maps: 1 Mitchell's, 4 Johnson's. DC, Mexico, etc

[US/Mexico] 5 Maps. ++ Plan Of The City Of Washington. The Capitol of the United States of America. (Phila: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1867). ++ Johnson’s Georgetown And The City Of Washington The Capital Of The United States Of America. Johnson and

Lot: 212 - Visscher. Tabula Nova Provinciae

[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: 213 - Carte Des Isles De La Societe Decouvertes...

[Cook’s 1st Voyage] Carte Des Isles De La Societe Decouvertes Par Le Lieutt. J Cook. 1769. Folding map after Capt. James Cook showing the Society Islands, discovered on his first voyage. Plate 1 from Vol 3 of the French edition of Hawkesworth,

Lot: 214 - Abissinorum Regnu. Map by Mercator and Hondius.

[Africa] Abissinorum Regnu. Map of central Africa by Mercator and Jodocus Hondius, with a focus on the Nile, other rivers, lakes, and towns, especially those important for trade. Cartographically, the map is largely speculative. Strapwork cartouche.

Lot: 215 - 4 Items incl: East Indies, 1757 + Africa, 1777

[Africa/Indonesia/France] 4 Items. ++ Thomas Bowen. A New And Accurate Map Of Africa, Drawn From The Best Authorities. 1777. 13 1/4 x 15 3/4 in. Creased, stained, tears, loss to top-center. ++ Eman Bowen. An Accurate Map Of The East Indies, in which

Lot: 216 - 6 Maps [1700s] incl: Aegypti Delta Et Nili Ostia.

[Africa/Mideast] 6 Maps. ++ Aegypti Delta Et Nili Ostia. Shows the Nile River delta, with the locations of towns. From Cellarius’s “Notitia Orbis Antiqui, Sive Geographica Plenior…,” [early-mid 1700s]. “W. H. Toms

Lot: 217 - 6 maps: California, Pellacata, Dunkirk...

[Africa/India/Baja California] 6 Maps. Tape to edges of sheets. ++ Map centered around Baja California, labeled “California." Includes the lower portion of the Rio Grande. James Burney, 1803. In margin at lower left: “Engraved by F.

Lot: 218 - 8 maps by De Fer, 1739-1740. Africa, Middle East.

[Africa/Mideast] 8 maps by De Fer, 1739-1740. Most images approx. 8 x 10 in. Double-page. Includes: ++ Carte de la Coste d’Arabie Et Golfe de Perse… ++ Carte de la Coste Orientale d’Afrique Depuis le XIIIe. Degre… ++ Carte De La

Lot: 219 - Turcicum Imperium. Map. Bleau, [early-mid 1600s].

[Middle East] Turcicum Imperium. Concordia res parvae erescunt Discordia maximae dilabuntur. Double-page map by Willem and Johannes Bleau, showing Turkey, the Arabian Peninsula, Caspian and Black Seas, most of the Mediterranean, and northeastern

Lot: 220 - 17 Maps incl: Cluver. Egyptus Et Cyrene.

[Africa/North America] 17 Maps. ++ No. viii. Amerique, pour servir aux lecons de geographie de L’Abbe Gaultier. Paris: Jules Renouard, c. 1820s. Hand colored outline. ++ Aegyptus Et Cyrene. Map of the northern coast of Africa by Philipp Cluver.

Lot: 221 - 3 Maps, 1783-1801: Mediterranean, Ukraine, Egypt.

3 Maps. ++ La Piccola Tartaria Divisa Ne’ Suoi Territori Di Nuova Projezione. Venice: Antonio Zatta, 1783. Map of Ukraine. “G. Pitteri scr.” In margin at lower right. 12 1/4 x 15 3/4 in. ++ Le Coste Di Barbaria Ovvero I Regni di

Lot: 222 - Map. Carta Fatta Dal Maggior. Livorno: Lapini 1784

[Black Sea] Carta Fatta Dal Maggior Giacomo Baseggio Veneziano Sopra Luogo D’Ordine Del Capitan Bassa L’Anno 1779. Large label printed at center: “Mare Negro Ponto Euxino In Turco Kara Degnizi In Russo Czarne More.” Livorno: N.

Lot: 223 - 19 Maps: Malte-Brun, British India, others.

19 Maps. ++ A New And Accurate Map Of The Southern Provinces, of Hindoostan, shewing The Territories ceded by Tippo Saib, to the Different Powers. Lon: R. Wilkinson, 1800. “T. Foot Sculpt.” Orig hand coloring. 11 x 9 in. Hinging tape to

Lot: 224 - 4 Maps: Central Europe. Homann, Thomson , de Witt.

[Homann/Thomson] 4 Maps. Hand colored. ++ L’Allemagne, distinguee en ses Cercles & subdivisee in ses Etats, contenant son Etendue presente… Mr. Schatz A. 1741 avec Privilege Imperial. Title above from upper margin. Cartouche: Imperii

Lot: 225 - Seutter. Nova Mappa Geographica Maris...

[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. Decorative

Lot: 226 - Le Cours De La Riviere De Wolga (Volga River map).

[Russia] Le Cours De La Riviere De Wolga. Anciennement appellee Rha. Selon la Relation D’Olearius. Leiden: Pieter Vander AA., [c. 1719 to 1720s]. Folding map on 2 adjoined folding sheets, oriented to the East. Volga River and its cities,

Lot: 227 - Walachia, Servia, Bulgaria, Romania [Ca 1610s-30s]

[Mercator] Walachia, Servia, Bulgaria, Romania. Double-page map by Gerard Mercator the younger, centered around the Danube, Walachia, and Bulgaria. The Bosphorus Strait and Romania are at the southeastern corner. [C. 1610s - 1630s]. 13 5/8 x 18 3/8

Lot: 228 - 36 maps from Mercator, Atlas Minor, [ca 1610-1651]

[Mercator] 36 full page maps and at least 30 other leaves from an edition of Mercator’s Atlas Minor [Amst: Jansson, c. 1610-1651]. Mostly continental Europe, but includes Africae Descriptio, Anglia Scotia Et Hibernia, Britannia Et Normannia Cum

Lot: 229 - 23 Maps/Views incl: Tartaria Sive Magni Chami...

[Asia/India] 23 Maps/Views. ++ Tartaria Sive Magnichami Imperiorum. Folding map showing the area from the Caspian Sea to China [Matthaus Merian, c. 1646]. Numerous place names, many in areas that had not been well explored by Europeans. Decorative

Lot: 230 - De Wit. Accuratissima Totius Asiae... ca1670s-80s.

[Asia] Accuratissima Totius Asiae Tabula Recens Emendata Per Fredericum de Wit Amstelodami. C. 1670s-1680s. Map is in the state that has a 7-line cartouche ending with “Amstelodami,” without a privilege statement. The Arabian Peninsula and

Lot: 231 - Xuntien Alias Quinzay [Ca 1650] Engr view, Merian.

[Asia/China] Xuntien Alias Quinzay. [C. 1650]. Bird’s-eye engraved view of Lin’an (now Hangzhou), the capital of the Song Dynasty, This edition is by Merian, based on the edition by Jansson, who relied on Marco Polo’s exaggerated

Lot: 232 - Einzug. Desz... Ao. 1658 - Engraved view by Merian

[Views] Einzug. Desz Durchleuchtigsten Fursten und Herrn, Herrn Carl Ludwig Pfaltzgrafen bey Rhein, desz Heiligen Romischen Reichs Ertzschatzmeister und Churfursten… Wahltag in Franckfurt den 21 April/ 1 May Ao. 1658. Engraved view by Caspar

Lot: 233 - Calcaria, Ducatus Clivensis, Multis... [1572-1617]

[Braun & Hogenberg] Calcaria, Ducatus Clivensis, Multis Dotibus, Nobile Opp: Bird’s eye view of a German city and its outlying fields. From an edition of Braun and Hogenberg’s “Civitates Orbis Terrarum,” [1572-1617]. Hand

Lot: 234 - 3 views: Fiorenza, Hochst, Bologna.

[Views] 3 Views. ++ Fiorenza. Bird’s-eye city view. “In Padoua per Mattio Cadorin” at lower right. Engraved folding plate from Francesco Scoto’s “Itinerario Overo Nova decrittione de’ Viaggi Principali in Italia,”

Lot: 235 - 4 Maps: 3 nautical maps 1821 + Gallia Antiqua 1760

[France/Mediterranean] 4 Maps. ++ D’Anville. Gallia Antiqua Ex Aevi Romani Monumentis Eruta, Et Serenissimi Carnatum Ducis Munificentia… Galeries de Louvre, 1760. Hand colored outline. 17 3/4 x 23 in. Uncolored insets of the Mediterranean

Lot: 236 - Anahuac O Sia L’Impero Messicano... 1780.

[Latin America] Anahuac O Sia L’Impero Messicano, I Regni d’Acolhuacan, E Di Michuacan etc: Siccom’ erano nell’ anno 1521... Rare folding map of Mexico from Francisco Saverio Clavigero’s “Storia Antica Del Messico,”

Lot: 237 - 5 Maps incl: Servizio Generale Dei Piroscafi. 1844

[Mediterranean/United States] 5 Maps. ++ Navigazione A Vapore Dell’ I. R. P. Lloyd Austriaco. Servizio Generale Dei Piroscafi. Consists of a map, tables of distances and tariffs, etc. Map’s title: Itineraire Du Service Des Paquebots Lloyd

Lot: 238 - 5 maps: West India Islands, Insulae Danicae...

[Caribbean/Denmark/Central Europe] 5 Maps. Double-page. ++ West India Islands. 3 maps on 1 sheet: St. Christophers, St. Lucia, Nevis. “Engraved by Kirkwood & Son Edinburgh.” in margin. [C. 1810.] Outer edge of border: 19 5/8 x 23 1/2

Lot: 239 - 16 Maps: Pacific, Greece, Africa

[Africa/Pacific/Britain/Greece] 16 Maps. Smallest: 1700s and later, mostly mid-1800s. Some have early or later hand color, some printed color. Largest: 25 1/4 x 36 1/4 in. Smallest: 14 x 9 3/4 in. ++ Plan De La Cote D’Egypte depuis le Marabou

Lot: 240 - Pianta Topografica Di Roma Antica... 1840. Map.

[Rome] Pianta Topografica Di Roma Antica Con Il Principali Monumenti… 1840. Detailed map of modern roads and topographic features, with the locations of ancient monuments added to show their relationship to 19th Century geography. 32 sections,

Lot: 241 - 10 Maps: Italy, Gulf of Venice, Israel.

[Italy/Israel] 10 Maps. ++ Tabula Italiae Corsicae, Sardiniae et adjacentium Reigionorum. Shows Italy, Corsica, Sardinia, and northern Sicily. Variously attributed to Mercator, Jansson, and Cluver. [1630s to early 1700s]. 5 3/4 x 7 3/4 in. Overall,

Lot: 242 - 9 maps, mostly France. Jansson, [ca 1640s-1650s].

9 Maps, mostly regions of France. Amst: Jansson, 1 map also credits Sanson, c. 1640s-1650s. Hand colored outline. Approx. 16 x 20 in. with variation, Sheets 19 1/2 x 23 in. Includes: ++ Territorium Metense Auctore Ab. Fabert Consule urbus Metensis./

Lot: 243 - Gallia Antiqua (map). T. Stackhouse, 1790.

[France] Gallia Antiqua. Map of France’s political subdivisions, not long before the Revolution. T. Stackhouse, 1790. Map number “20” at upper left. Hand colored. Square, 14 in. Sight condition near fine. Under glass, not examined out

Lot: 244 - Mappemonde Ou Description Du Globe... 1783.

Robert de Vaugondy. Mappemonde Ou Description Du Globe Terrestre, dressee sur les memoires les plus nouveaux, et assujettie aux observations astronomiques… avec les Routes, et Decouvertes de Celebre Capitaine Cooke… Paris: Antoine Boudet,

Lot: 245 - 10 Maps, mainly Rollin's Ancient History, 1739-40.

[Middle East/Mediteranean/Antiquities] 10 Maps. ++ 9 maps after D’Anville from an edition of Rollin’s “Ancient History…,” cartouches 1739-1740, (nd). Various regions of the ancient Middle East, northern Africa, Italy, and

Lot: 246 - Sgd- Schwartzberg. Historical Atlas of South Asia.

[Atlas/South Asia] A Historical Atlas of South Asia. Edited by Joseph E. Schwartzberg. Chi/Lon: University of Chicago Press, 1978. First Edition, First Printing, Signed. 16 x 13 in. xxxix,352pp, Index, Extensive Bibliography. 152pp of maps, mostly

Lot: 247 - 33 maps from Levasseur’s “Atlas National

[France] 33 Maps from an edition of Levasseur’s “Atlas National Illustre Des 86 Departements et Possessions de la France,” [1845 – 1860s]. The maps show the political boundaries, towns, and road networks of French departements.

Lot: 248 - 3 Atlases: India, Pakistan, Mughal Empire.

[Atlases/South Asia] 3 Atlases. ++ A Series of Early Printed Maps of India in Facsimile. Collected by Susan Gole. (New Delhi): Jayprints, (1980). First Edition. Portfolio of 56 b&w facsimile maps loose as issued, plus title leaf, 1p introduction

Lot: 249 - Johnson’s New Illustrated Family Atlas. 1865.

[Atlas] Johnson’s New Illustrated (Steel Plate) Family Atlas... NY: Johnson and Ward, 1865. 104 maps/illustrations, with 103-104 being insets on map 101-102. Maps are hand colored, and include states, New and Old World countries. Plates include

Lot: 250 - Black’s General Atlas Of The World. 1865.

[Atlas] Black’s General Atlas Of The World. Edin: Adam and Charles Black, 1865. 57 plates: Flag frontis + 56 maps, double, single-page. Folio. Bound in old red leather and cloth under a previous owner’s removable red cloth covering. Front

Lot: 251 - 4 items: 2 pocket maps, school atlas, almanacs.

[Kansas/Atlas/France/Almanacs] 4 Items. ++ Mitchell’s Ancient Atlas, Classical And Sacred… Phila: Thomas, Cowperthwait, 1846. School Atlas. 12pp and 12 maps: single, partial, 1 double page. Orig hand coloring. 4to. ++ Rand, McNally’s

Lot: 252 - Stanford’s Map of India... 1857. Folding map.

[India] Edward Stanford. Stanford’s Map of India Based on Surveys Executed by Order of the Honourable the East India Company, Special Maps of the Surveyor General and Other Authorities; Showing the Latest Territorial Acquisitions of the British

Lot: 253 - A New Map of Metropolitan Railways... Lon: 1872.

[Britain] A New Map Of Metropolitan Railways, Tramways & Miscellaneous Improvements Deposited At The Private Bill Office Nov. 30, 1871, For Session 1872. Front cover title: "Proposed London Improvements. Stanford’s New Map Of Proposed

Lot: 254 - 4 Pocket Maps incl: Pianta Della Citta Di Roma.

[Pocket Maps] 4 Pocket Maps. ++ Augusto Fornari. Pianta Della Citta Di Roma. 1864. Shows roads and physical features, labeling place names. 11 insets and floorplans. 23 1/4 x 32 1/8 in. 21 sections on linen backing, with 1868 ownership inscription on

Lot: 255 - 4 Pocket Maps: Milan, 1863 + 3 of maps of Paris.

[Pocket Maps] 4 Maps. ++ Pianta Della Citta Di Milano 1863. Divisa In Mandamenti. Milan: Ferd. Artaria e Figlio. Pocket map in 15 sections on orig linen backing with printed label. Slipcase with printed front cover label, split. ++ Map Of Paris. Lon:

Lot: 256 - 2 London pocket maps: Collins' + Railways.

[Pocket Maps] 2 Maps. ++ Collins’ Standard Map Of London. Lon: Edward Stanford, (nd), [c. 1860s]. Shows the minute details of the city’s street grid, with parks, constructed railways, proposed railways, and major buildings. 40 sections, 6

Lot: 257 - 3 Items incl: Reduced Ordnance Map Of London.

[Pocket Maps/Daniel Webster] 3 Items. ++ Reduced Ordnance Map Of London. Whitbread, (nd), “June 6, 1868” ownership signature. Color lithograph street map based on an ordnance survey, with major buildings and constructed and proposed railway

Lot: 258 - 2 Maps incl: Rudolf Gross. Karte Der Schweiz. 1865

[Pocket Maps] 2 Maps. ++ Dr. A. Petermann’s Karte Von Europa Und Dem Mittellandischen Meere. Gotha: Justus Perthes, 1867. 16 sections on orig linen backing, each 10 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. Loose as issued in printed boards with cloth spine. ++ Rudolf

Lot: 259 - 3 Maps incl: General-Karte Von Deutschland... 1868

[Pocket Maps] 3 Maps. ++ General-Karte Von Deutschland in seiner Neu-Gestaltung nach den Friedens-Vertagen v. Jahre 1866. Vienna: Artaria & Comp., 1868. 18 sections, each 8 1/4 x 5 in. Orig linen backing and cloth covers. ++ Post_ Und

Lot: 260 - 5 Vols incl: Sonnini. Travels In Greece And Turkey

[Africa/Mediterranean/China] 4 Titles (5 Vols). ++ C. S. Sonnini. Travels In Greece And Turkey, Undertaken By Order Of Louis XVI. And With The Authority Of The Ottoman Court. 2 Vols. Lon: T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1801. 8vo. Plates either lacking or

Lot: 261 - 4 Vols incl: Stanley. Through The Dark Continent.

[Africa] 3 Titles (4 Vols). ++ Henry M. Stanley. Through The Dark Continent. 2 Vols. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1878. 1st American edition. 44 maps and plates: 10 maps, 3 folding, 2 frontises, 32 wood- engraved plates, and other illustrations. Vol I:

Lot: 262 - 5 Vols incl: From The Niger To The Nile. 2 Vols.

[Africa] 3 Titles (5 Vols). ++ Boyd Alexander. From The Niger To The Nile. 2 Vols. NY: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1907. 3 folding maps. 8vo. Orig cloth. Pencil gift inscription to Thomas Barbour on Vol I’s ffep. ++ Adolphus Frederick. In The

Lot: 263 - Oriental Tales. 15 Vols. Oman Edition. 458/1000.

[Arabian Nights, Etc.] Oriental Tales. 15 Vols. John Payne translator. London: Printed for subscribers only, 1901. Oman Edition, #458 of 1000. Includes: The Book Of The Thousand Nights And One Night; Vols 1-9, translated by John; Tales From The

Lot: 264 - 3 Books incl: Seligmann. The Melanesians... 1910.

[Asia/Pacific] 3 Titles. 8vo. Orig cloth. ++ Seligmann. The Melanesians Of British New Guinea. Cambridge University Press, 1910. 82 plates: Folding map, folding table, and 80 nonfolding plates; 1 double-page, mostly from photos. ++ Forbes. A

Lot: 265 - Hubback. Elephant & Seladang Hunting... 1905.

[Asia] Theodore R. Hubback. Elephant & Seladang Hunting In The Federated Malay States. Lon: Rowland Ward, 1905. From the Library of Thomas Barbour, director of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University from 1927-1946. Thomas

Lot: 266 - Henry Dunn. Guatimala... Lon: Nisbet, 1829. Signed

[Central America] Henry Dunn. Guatimala, Or, The Republic of Central America, in 1827-8; being Sketches and Memorandums made During a Twelve-Months’ Residence. Lon: James Nisbet, 1829. vii, [1], 328pp. 8vo. 2nd and best edition: Has a folding

Lot: 267 - 5 Vols: Catlin, Cheyenne Indians, Civil War.

[Civil War/Native Americans] 5 Titles. ++ M. Jacobs. Notes On The Rebel Invasion Of Maryland And Pennsylvania And The Battle Of Gettysburg… Phila: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1864. Folding map in printed color. 12mo. Orig cloth. ++ James D.

Lot: 268 - 6 Vols from: “The Book of the Boone and

[Hunting] 6 Volumes from series “The Book of the Boone and Crocket Club.” ++ Hunting In Many Lands. Forest and Stream Publishing, 1895. ++ American Big-Game Hunting. Forest & Stream Publishing, 1901. ++ American Big Game And Its Haunts.

Lot: 269 - 2 Books: Sketches Of India + ...Brig of War Dourga

[India/Indonesia] 2 Titles. ++ Sketches Of India... Lon: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1825. Third Edition. 8vo. iv, 297, [1] pp. Contemp leather. ++ D. H. Kolff. Voyages Of The Dutch Brig Of War Dourga, Through the Southern and

Lot: 270 - 2 Books incl: The Expedition To Borneo..., 1846.

[Indonesia] 2 Titles. ++ Sketches, Civil And Military, Of The Island Of Java And Its Immediate Dependencies… Lon: J. J. Stockdale, 1812. Folding map. 8vo. Polished calf. ++ The Expedition To Borneo Of H. M. S. Dido For The Suppression Of Piracy:

Lot: 271 - Hardenburg. The Putumayo. (1913).

[Latin America] W. E. Hardenburg. The Putumayo: The Devil’s Paradise: Travels in the Peruvian Amazon Region and an Account of the Atrocities Committed upon the Indians Therein. Lon: T. Fisher Unwin, (1913). Folding map, several illustrations.

Lot: 272 - 6 Vols incl: Welles. Naboth’s Vineyard. 1928.

[Latin America] 4 Titles (6 Vols). ++ Sumner Welles. Naboth’s Vineyard: The Dominican Republic 1844-1924. 2 Vols. NY: Payson & Clarke, 1928. 8vo. Orig cloth. ++ Hiram Bingham. Inca Land: Explorations in the Highlands of Peru. Bos: Houghton

Lot: 273 - Godman. American Natural History. 3 Vols. 1826-28.

[Natural History] John D. Godman. American Natural History. 3 Vols. 1826; 1826; 1828. 1st edition of the first work on American natural history. The focus is overwhelmingly on mammals. Vol III is mainly on whales. The number of plates actually issued

Lot: 274 - 7 books: Hunting, nature, Derrydale Press...

[Nature/Hunting] 7 Titles. ++ Classics Of The Shooting Field… Edited by John C. Phillips and Lewis Webb Hill, Frontis by Frank W. Benson. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1930. One of 150 signed by Phillips, Hill, and Benson. Also inscribed by one of

Lot: 275 - 3 Vols: Masterpieces Of French Art + Henry VIII.

[Plates] 2 Titles (3 Vols). ++ Louis Viardot. Masterpieces Of French Art. 2 Vols. Phila: Gebbie & Co., 1883. 100 photogravure plates, mostly paintings, some sculpture. Also dozens of wood engravings. Folio. Contemp leather, aeg, dentelle. ++ A.

Lot: 276 - Headley. Adirondack; Or Life In The Woods. 1849.

[Rural Travel] J. T. Headley. Adirondack; Or Life In The Woods. NY: Baker and Scribner, 1849. 8 plates.Describes 2 summers of travel in the Adirondacks, the places near the route Headley traveled, and the people he met. 8vo. From the Library of

Lot: 277 - 6 Vols incl 2 inscribed by Henry B. Bigelow.

[Ships] 5 Titles (6 Vols). ++ Henry B. Bigelow. Oceanography: Its Scope, Problems, and Economic Importance. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1931. Ffep signed and inscribed to “Thomas Barbour/ From his friend, Henry B Bigelow.” ++ Bigelow.

Lot: 278 - Picture Of Slavery In The United States... 1834.

[Slavery] Picture Of Slavery In The United States Of America. Middletown, CT: Edwin Hunt, 1834. Several woodcut illustrations. From the Library of Thomas Barbour, director of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University from 1927-1946.

Lot: 279 - An Account Of The Pelew Islands... 1803, w/ Supp.

[Pacific] An Account Of The Pelew Islands, Situated In The Western Part Of The Pacific Ocean; Composed From The Journals And Communications Of Captain Henry Wilson… 2 Vols bound in 1 volume: Main text (Fifth Edition) and a first edition of the

Lot: 280 - The Personal Narrative... J. Stephanini... 1829.

[Greece] The Personal Narrative Of The Sufferings Of J. Stephanini… A Native of Arta, in Greece… Published with a View to Enable Him to Return to his own Country, and to Release from Slavery a Large and Suffering Family. NY: Vanderpool

Lot: 281 - O'Neill. Sketches of African Scenery... 1878.

[Africa] O'Neill, Thomas. Sketches of African Scenery, from Zanzibar to the Victoria Nyanza, Being A Series of Coloured Lithographic Pictures, From Original Sketches by the Late Mr. Thomas O’Neill . . . . London: Church Missionary House, 1878.

Lot: 282 - Butler. South African Sketches. 1841

[Africa] Butler, H[enry]. South African Sketches: Illustrative of the Wild Life of a Hunter on the Frontier of the Cape Colony. London: Ackermann and Co., 1841. Small folio. Contemporary half calf on marbled boards. Lithographed title, 15 plates with

Lot: 283 - George. The Oberland and Its Glaciers... 1866.

[Alps] George, H. B. The Oberland and Its Glaciers: Explored and Illustrated with Ice-Ax and Camera. London: Alfred W. Bennett, 1866. 4to. Original green gilt- and blind-stamped cloth over beveled boards, with gilt motif on front cover. A.e.g.

Lot: 284 - Lory. Picturesque Tour Through the Oberland. 1823.

[Alps] [Lory, Gabriel, the younger.] Picturesque Tour Through the Oberland in The Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. Illustrated by Seventeen Coloured Engravings and a Map Shewing the Principal Mountains and Glaciers. London: R. Ackermann’s

Lot: 285 - Maurice. Observations ... 2 vols in 1. First eds.

[Antiquities] Maurice, Thomas. Observations Connected With The Astronomy And Ancient History, Sacred And Profane, On The Ruins Of Babylon ... [together with] Observations On The Remains Of Ancient Egyptian Grandeur And Superstition .... London: For

Lot: 286 - Amundsen, The North West Passage. 1903-1907

[Arctic] Amundsen, Roald. The North West Passage, being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship "Gjøa", 1903-1907 by Roald Amundsen with a Supplement by First Lieutenant Hansen, Vice-Commander of the Expedition ...London: Archibald

Lot: 287 - 2 Vols incl: Brehm. From The North Pole... 1896.

[Arctic] 2 Titles. 12mo. Contemp cloth. Good to near fine. ++ Alfred Edmund Brehm. From The North Pole To The Equator. Studies of Wild Life and Scenes in Many Lands. Lon: Blackie & Son, 1896. Frontis, 22 plates, vignette on title, numerous

Lot: 288 - John Barrow. Travels in China. 1804. First edition

[Asia/China] Barrow, John. Travels in China, Containing Descriptions, Observations, and Comparisons, Made and Collected in the Course of a Short Residence at the Imperial Palace of Yuen-Min-Yuen . . . . London: For T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1804. 4to.

Lot: 289 - Turner. Embassy To The ... Teshoo Lama. 1800. 1st.

[Asia] Turner, Samuel. An Account of an Embassy to the Court of the Teshoo Lama, in Tibet; Containing a Narrative of a Journey Through Bootan, and Part of Tibet. London: W. Bulmer. 1800. 4to. Original boards and paper spine. Pages untrimmed, with

Lot: 290 - Robert Elliot. 2 vols. Views in the East. 1833.

[Asia] Elliot, Robert. Views in the East; Comprising India, Canton, and the Shores of the Red Sea. With Historical and Descriptive Illustrations. London: H. Fisher, Son, & Co., 1833. 4to. Two volumes. Contemporary calf ruled in gilt, spines in 5

Lot: 291 - White. Views In India...Himalaya Mountains. 1838.

[Asia/Himalayas] White, George Francis. Views In India, Chiefly Among The Himalaya Mountains. . . . . Edited by Emma Roberts. London & Paris: Fisher, Son, and Co., 1838. Folio. Contemporary burgundy morocco, with ornate blindstamping and

Lot: 292 - Rees. A Personal...Siege of Lucknow. 1858. 1st ed.

[Asia/India] Rees, L. E. Ruutz. A Personal Narrative of the Siege of Lucknow. From its Commencement to its Relief by Sir Colin Campbell. London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, & Roberts, 1858. 8vo. Later 19th century red half calf on marbled

Lot: 293 - Bonvalot. Through the Heart of Asia. 1889

[Asia/India] Bonvalot, Gabriel. Through the Heart of Asia, Over the Pamïr to India. With 250 Illustrations by Albert Pépin. London: Chapman and Hall, Limited, 1889. Two volumes. Large 8vo. Original dark green cloth with gilt-bordered

Lot: 294 - Lumholtz. Among Cannibals: An Account... 1889.

[Australia] Lumholtz, Carl. Among Cannibals: An Account of Four Years' Travels in Australia and of Camp Life with the Aborigines of Queensland . . . . London: John Murray, 1889. Large 8vo. Original green cloth with gilt-stamped motifs. Half-title.

Lot: 295 - Arago. Narrative Of A Voyage Round The World. 1823

[Circumnavigation] Arago, J [acques], Narrative of a Voyage Round the World, in the Uranie and Physicienne Corvettes, Commanded by Captain Freycinet, During the Years 1817, 1818, 1819 and 1820 ....With Twenty-Six Engravings ....London: Treuttel and

Lot: 296 - Campbell. A Voyage Round the World,1806-1812. 1816

Campbell, Archibald. A Voyage Around the World, from from 1806 to 1812; In Which Japan, Kamschatka, the Aleutian Islands, and the Sandwich Islands, Were Visited . . . . Edinburgh: For Archibald Constable and Company, 1816. 8vo. Contemporary mottled

Lot: 297 - A Collection of Voyages and Travels. 1704. 1st Ed.

[Churchill, Awnsham and John] A Collection of Voyages and Travels, Some now first Printed from Original Manuscripts. Others Translated out of Foreign Languages, and now first Publish’d in English . . . In Four Volumes . . . . London: Printed for

Lot: 298 - Bougainville. Voyage Autour Du Monde. 1766.

[Circumnavigation] Bougainville, Louis Antoine De. Voyage Autour Du Monde, Par La Fregate Du Roi La Boudeuse et La Flute L'Etoile; En 1766, 1767, 1768 & 1769. Paris: Saillant & Nyon, 1771. 4to. Contemporary half calf. Half-title. [iv], 417,

Lot: 299 - Moseley. Notes By A Naturalist on the "Challenger"

[Circumnavigation] Moseley, H. N. Notes By A Naturalist on the "Challenger," Being an Account of Various Observations Made During the Voyage of H. M. S. "Challenger" Round the World, in the Years 1872-1876 . . . . London: Macmillan and Co., 1879.

Lot: 300 - Cook. A Voyage Towards the South Pole. 1777. 1st.

Cook, James. 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 . . . . London: Printed for W. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1777. Two volumes.

Lot: 301 - Cruikshank. Discovery Concerning Ghosts.First, sgd

Cruikshank, George. A Discovery Concerning Ghosts; With a Rap at the "Spirit-Rappers". London: Frederick Arnold, 1863. Original blue printed wrappers. Nine woodcuts in the text. First Edition, signed on the top wrapper by Cruikshank.

Lot: 302 - 14 Vols incl: ...Genius Of George Cruikshank. 1840

[Cruikshank/Reference/Illustrated] 10 Titles (14 Vols). ++ [William Makepeace Thackeray]. An Essay On The Genius Of George Cruikshank…. (From the Westminster Review, No. LXVI.) Lon: Henry Hooper, 1840. Frontis and 16 etched plates after

Lot: 303 - 2 Books incl: Davis. Cuba in War Time. 1897.

[Cuba/Spanish-American War] 2 Titles. ++ Richard Harding Davis. Cuba in War Time. Illustrated by Frederic Remington. New York: R. H. Russell, 1897. 12mo. Original tan printed boards. T.e.g. Pages untrimmed. Twenty-four plates after illustrations by

Lot: 304 - [Hunter]. Ottawa Scenery. 1855. Winslow Homer lith

[Hunter, William S. Jr]. Hunter's Ottawa Scenery, in the Vicinity of Ottawa City, Canada. Ottawa City: Wm. S. Hunter, Jr., 1855. Slim folio. Original brown cloth, stamped in gilt and blind. A.e.g. Lithographed title and 14 tinted lithographic plates

Lot: 305 - Cheever. Life in the Sandwich Islands. 1851

[Hawaii] Cheever, Henry T. Life in the Sandwich Islands: or, The Heart of the Pacific, As It Was And Is. New York: A. S. Barnes & Co.; Cincinnati: H. W. Derby & Co., 1851. 12mo. Original brown cloth, stamped in blind with gilt vignette on

Lot: 306 - Irving. A History of the Life and Voyages... 1828.

Irving, Washington. A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus. London: John Murray, 1828. Four volumes. 8vo. Contemporary burgundy half calf and patterned cloth. Spines gilt in 5 compartments, morocco labels. Edges marbled. Fly-title

Lot: 307 - Smith. The Araucanians. 1855. First edition.

[Latin America] Smith, Edmund Reuel. The Araucanians; Or, Notes of a Tour Among the Indian Tribes of Southern Chili. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1855. 12mo. Original blindstamped brown cloth. Seven engraved plates (including frontispiece),

Lot: 308 - Stevenson. Historical & Descriptive Narrative.1825

[Latin America] Stevenson, W. B. A Historical and Descriptive Narrative of Twenty Years' Residence in South America . . . Containing Travels in Arauco, Chile, Peru, and Colombia . . . . London: Hurst, Robinson, and Co., 1825. Three volumes. 8vo.

Lot: 309 - Elwes. Sketcher's Tour Round The World. 1854. 1st.

[Lithographs] Elwes, Robert. A Sketcher's Tour Round The World. With Illustrations from Original Drawings by the Author. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1854. 8vo. Original blue cloth, elaborately stamped in gilt including vignettes on covers. A.e.g.

Lot: 310 - Fellows. A Journal Written During an Excursion...

[Middle East] Fellows, Charles. A Journal Written During an Excursion in Asia Minor. London: John Murray, 1839. 8vo. Later 19th-century half brown morocco. Engraved frontispiece, double-page map with route traced in red, 20 lithographed plates (1

Lot: 311 - Newton. Travels & Discoveries...Levant.1865. 1st.

[Middle East] Newton, C.T. Travels & Discoveries in the Levant. London: Day & Son, Limited, 1865. Two volumes. Large 8vo. Original green blindstamped cloth, spines gilt. One folding map, 2 double-page engraved plates, 14 other engraved

Lot: 312 - Conder. Tent Work in Palestine. 1878

[Middle East] Conder, Claude Reignier. Tent Work in Palestine. A Record of Discovery and Adventure. London: Richard Bentley & Son, 1878. Two volumes. 8vo. Original dark green cloth, with gilt-stamped vignette on top covers. Half-titles. Engraved

Lot: 313 - Le Canal Maritime de Suez Illustre. 1869. 1st.

[Middle East] [Lesseps, Ferdinand De], Fontane, Marius. Le Canal Maritime de Suez Illustre. Histoire du Canal et des Travaux par M. Marius Fontane. Itinéraire de l’Isthme par M. Riou. Paris: Aux Bureaux de l’Illustration, 1869. Slim

Lot: 314 - Lesseps. Percement de L'Isthme de Suez. 1855.

[Middle East] Lesseps, Ferdinand de. Percement de L'Isthme de Suez. Exposé et Documents Officiels. Paris: Henri Plon, 1855. 8vo. Later half cloth. Half-title. Two lithographed folding maps showing the proposed route of the Canal and improved

Lot: 315 - Hodgkin. Narrative of a Journey to Morocco. 1866.

[Morocco] Hodgkin, Thomas. Narrative of a Journey to Morocco, in 1863 and 1864 . . . . London: T. Cautley Newby, 1866. Small 4to. Original green cloth over beveled boards, elaborately stamped in gilt and blind. A.e.g. Two lithographed portraits, 1

Lot: 316 - Willyams, A Voyage Up the Mediterranean... 1802.

[Napoleonic Era] Willyams, Cooper. A Voyage Up the Mediterranean in His Majesty's Ship The Swiftsure, One of the Squadron Under the Command of Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, K. B. . . . . With a Description of the Battle of the Nile . . . . London:

Lot: 317 - Lindt. Picturesque New Guinea. 1887.

[New Guinea] Lindt, J. W. Picturesque New Guinea. With an Historical Introduction and Supplementary Chapters on the Manners and Customs of the Papuans; Accompanied With Fifty Full-Page Autotype Illustrations . . . . London: Longmans, Green and Co.,

Lot: 318 - J.E. Heeres. Abel Janszoon Tasman's Journal. 1898.

[Pacific] [Tasman, Abel Janszoon.] Heeres, J. E., ed. Abel Janszoon Tasman's Journal of His Discovery of Van Diemens Land and New Zealand in 1642 . . . Being Photo-Lithographic Facsimiles of the Original Manuscript in the Colonial Archives at the

Lot: 319 - Narrative of Captain David Woodard...1804. 1st Ed

[Pacific] [Vaughan, William, ed]. The Narrative of Captain David Woodard and Four Seamen, Who Lost Their Ship While in a Boat at Sea, and Surrendered Themselves Up to the Malays, in the Island of Celebes . . . And an Appendix, containing Narratives

Lot: 320 - Wise. A System Of Aeronautics. 1850. First Edition

[Physics] John Wise. A System Of Aeronautics, Comprehending Its Earliest Investigations, and Modern Practice and Art. . . . Philadelphia: Joseph A. Speel, 1850. 8vo. Original brown blindstamped cloth with gilt title on spine. Engraved frontispiece

Lot: 321 - Esquemeling & Ringrose. Bucaniers of America.1684.

[Piracy] Esquemeling, John and Basil Ringrose. Bucaniers of America: Or, a True Account of the Most Remarkable Assaults Committed of late Years upon the Coasts of the West Indies . . . . The Second Edition . . . . [together with] BUCANIERS OF

Lot: 322 - Costume of the Russian Empire. 1803. First Ed.

[Russia] Costume of the Russian Empire, Illustrated by Upwards of Seventy Richly Coloured Engravings. London: Printed for E. Harding, 1803. Large 4to. Recent half green morocco on marbled boards, spine gilt in six compartments with red morocco label.

Lot: 323 - [Helps]. Leaves...Life in the Highlands.1848-1861.

[Scotland] [Helps, Arthur, ed.]. Leaves From The Journal Of Our Life In The Highlands. 1848 TO 1861. [London: Smith, Elder and Co., ca. 1865.] 8vo. Original dark green cloth, ruled in gilt. T.e.g. [vi], 145, [i] (Printer’s colophon) pages.

Lot: 324 - H. I. Chapelle. The Baltimore Clipper. 1930. 1st.

[Ships] Chapelle, Howard Irving. The Baltimore Clipper: Its Origin and Development. Salem: The Marine Research Society, 1930. 4to. Original navy blue morocco-grained cloth. Half-title. Frontispiece and 35 plates, 48 ship plans (most full-page) and

Lot: 325 - Scott. Excursions in the Mountains of Ronda..1838.

[Spain] Scott, C. Rochfort. Excursions in the Mountains of Ronda and Granada. With Characteristic Sketches of the Inhabitants of the South of Spain. London: Henry Colburn, 1838. Two volumes. 8vo. Contemporary red morocco, bordered in gilt floral

Lot: 326 - Thackeray. Works of ...Thackeray. 1869. 1st ed.

Thackeray, William Makepeace. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1869 (Vols. I – XXII); 1886 (Vols. XXIII – XXIV). Twenty-four volumes. 8vo. Original green, gilt-stamped cloth over beveled boards.

Lot: 327 - H.M. Brackenridge. Views of Louisiana. 1814. 1st.

[Views/Louisiana] Brackenridge, H.M. Views of Louisiana;Together With a Journal of a Voyage Up the Missouri River, in 1811. Pittsburgh: Cramer, Spear and Eichbaum, 1814. 8vo. Contemporary tree sheep with morocco spine label. Cloth slipcase. First

Lot: 328 - Fremont. Report of the Exploring Expedition...1845

[West] Fremont, J. C. Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842. and to Oregon and North California in the Years 1843-'44. Washington: Gales and Seaton, 1845. 8vo. Original brown ribbed cloth, stamped in blind. 693

Lot: 329 - Kneeland. Wonders of the Yosemite Valley..1871.1st

[West] Kneeland, Samuel. The Wonders of the Yosemite Valley, and of California .... With Original Photographic Illustrations by John P. Soule. Boston: Alexander Moore, 1871. Tall 8vo. Original brown cloth with beveled edges, elaborately stamped in

Lot: 330 - Hind. Narrative of the Canadian Red River... 1860.

[Westward Expansion] Hind, Henry Youle. Narrative of the Canadian Red River Exploring Expedition of 1857 and the Assinniboine and Saskatchewan Exploring Expedition of 1858. London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1860. Two volumes. 8vo.

Lot: 331 - 6 Vols incl: Budge. The Nile... 1890.

5 Titles (6 Vols). 8vo. Contemp cloth. ++ E. A. Wallis Budge. The Nile. Lon: Thos. Cook & Son/ Cairo: Cook’s Tourist Office, 1890. Folding map of Nile traced in red, illustrations in text. ++ (Salesman’s Sample.) Alden March. The

Lot: 332 - 17 references incl: English Collectors Of Books...

[Reference] 15 Titles (17 Vols). ++ Seymour de Ricci. English Collectors Of Books & Manuscripts (1530-1930) And Their Marks Of Ownership. 1930. ++ Bennett. A Practical Guide To American Nineteenth Century Color Plate Books. Reprint of 1949

Lot: 333 - Sabin. 2 Vols. (Martino), [1998].

[Reference/Americana] Joseph Sabin. A Dictionary Of Books Relating To America… 2 Vols, reproducing the 29-volume original in small print format. Mansfield Centre, CT: Martino, nd., [1998]. One of 200. Oblong folio. Orig cloth, near fine.

Lot: 334 - Dictionary Of American Biography. 12 Vols.

[Reference] Dictionary Of American Biography. 12 Vols. Charles Scribner’s Sons, (1958-1964, 1973). 4to. Orig cloth. Ex-library, Vol I’s hinges cracked.

Lot: 335 - Catalogue Of The Himalayan Literature. (1984).

[Reference/Asia] Yoshimi Yakushi. Catalogue Of The Himalayan Literature. (Tokyo): Hakusuisha, (1984). 4to. Cloth, near fine.

Lot: 336 - 5 Books incl: Voyages And Travels In The Near East

[Reference/Middle East] 3 Titles (5 Vols). ++ The Ottoman World: The Library Of Sefik E. Atabey, With A Supplement. 3 Vols. Sotheby’s, 2002. 4to. Softcover, near fine. ++ The Library Of Henry Myron Blackmer II. Sotheby’s, 1989. 4to. ++

Lot: 337 - Brunet. Manuel Du Libraire... 6 Vols. 1921.

[Reference] Jacques-Charles Brunet. Manuel Du Libraire Et De L’Amateur De Livres. 6 Vols. Berlin: Fraenkel & Cie., 1921. 8vo. H. Bradley Martin copy with his bookplate in Volume I and Sotheby's lot marker loosely laid in. Half vellum and

Lot: 338 - 6 Vols: Africa, incl: Mendelssohn bibliography.

[Reference/Africa/Egypt] 5 Titles (6 Vols). ++ Mendelssohn’s South African Bibliography. 2 Vols. (Martino, nd). One of 175. 8vo. Cloth. ++ H. H. Prince Ibrahim-Hilmy. The Literature Of Egypt And The Soudan… (Martino, nd). Facsimile of 1886

Lot: 339 - 7 Vols: Howes, Alaska bibliographies, etc.

[Reference/Americana/Alaska] 6 Titles (7 Vols). ++ Lada-Mocarski. Bibliography Of Books On Alaska Published Before 1868. (Martino, nd). One of 200. ++ Howes. U. S. Iana… (1988) reprint of the 2nd (Revised and Enlarged) Edition. ++ Melvin

Lot: 340 - 5 Vols: Brazil, Caribbean references.

[Reference/Caribbean/Latin America] 4 Titles (5 Vols). ++ Samuel J. Hough and Penelope R. O. Hough. The Beinecke Lesser Antilles Collection At Hamilton College. University Press of Florida, (1994). ++ Rubens Borba de Moraes. Bibliographia Brasiliana.

Lot: 341 - 5 Books incl: Bibliotheca Polynesia. 1969.

[Reference/Pacific] 5 Titles. ++ Bibliotheca Polynesia: A catalogue of some of the books in the Polynesiana Collection formed by the late Bjarne Kroepelien and now in the Oslo University Library. Kroepelien, 1969. One of 800. ++ Jonathan Wantrup.

Lot: 342 - Abbey. 3 Vols: Travel, 2 Vols + Life.

[Reference] 2 Titles (3 Vols). ++ Travel In Aquatint And Lithography 1770-1860 From The Library of J.R. Abbey. 2 Vols. ++ Life In England In Aquatint And Lithography 1770-1860… From the Library of J.R. Abbey. ++ All 3 vols San Francisco: Alan

Lot: 343 - Manual Del Librero Hispano-Americano. 7 Vols.

[Reference] Antonio Palau y Dulcet. Manual Del Librero Hispano-Americano. 7 Vols. Barcelona: Libreria Anticuaria, 1923-1927. 4to. 1/4 leather and cloth with some vols’ front wrap bound in. Vol 2 has a loose gathering. Vol 3’s rear hinge

Lot: 344 - Printing And The Mind Of Man. (1967).

[Reference] John Carter & Percy H. Muir, et. al. Printing And The Mind Of Man. Lon: Cassell and Company/ NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, (1967). 4to. Cloth, in dj. Near fine.

Lot: 345 - 3 Books incl: Goldschmidt. The Truthful Lens. 1980

[Reference] 3 Titles. ++ Lucien Goldschmidt and Weston J. Naef. The Truthful Lens: A survey of the photographically illustrated book 1844-1914. NY: Grolier Club, 1980. One of 1000. 4to. Cloth, near fine in slipcase with corner wear. ++ Helmut

Lot: 346 - 9 Travel References: Cox, Toy, Streeter...

[Reference] 5 Titles (9 Vols). ++ Edward Godfrey Cox. A Reference Guide To the Literature Of Travel. 3 Vols. (Martino, nd). One of 100. Reprint of 1935-1949 edition. ++ Ernest W. Toy. Adventurers Afloat: A Nautical Bibliography… 2 Vols.

Lot: 347 - Burnes. Travels Into Bokhara. 3 Vols. 1834. 1st ed

[British India] Alexander Burnes. Travels Into Bokhara; Being the Account of A Journey from India to Cabool, Tartary, and Persia; also, Narrative of A Voyage on the Indus… 3 Vols. Lon: John Murray, 1834. 1st edition. 8 plates, 1 folding. Vol I;

Lot: 348 - Gray. At The Court Of The Amir: A Narrative. 1895.

[British India] John Alfred Gray. At The Court Of The Amir: A Narrative. Lon: Richard Bentley and Son, 1895. 1st edition. 4 plates. 8vo. Orig plain green cloth, very good, a little foxing.

Lot: 349 - Younghusband. The Relief Of Chitral. 1895.

[British India] G. J. Younghusband and Frank E. Younghusband. The Relief Of Chitral. Lon: Macmillan and Co., 1895. 24 plates, incl 2 folding and 1 nonfolding map plus frontis. 8vo. vi, [2], 183, [1], ads [4] pp. 8vo. Maroon cloth, corners and spine

Lot: 350 - Mooltan, During And After The Siege. 1849. 1st ed

[British India] John Dunlop and Andre Maclure. Mooltan, During And After The Siege. Lon: Wm. S. Orr, 1849. 1st edition. 22 tinted lithograph plates: battles, their aftermath, beautiful city scenes, and traditional clothing. The lithographs are by

Lot: 351 - The Costume And Customs Of Modern India. Ca. 1824

[British India] Thomas Williamson. The Costume And Customs Of Modern India; With A Collection Of Drawings By Charles Doyley, Esq. Engraved by J. H. Clark and C. Dubourg. Lon: Edward Orme, (nd). c. 1824 according to Abbey. Some text leaves watermarked

Lot: 352 - An Account Of The Kingdom Of Caubul. 2 Vols. 1839.

[British India] Mountstuart Elphinstone. An Account Of The Kingdom Of Caubul, And Its Dependencies, In Persia, Tartary, And India… 2 Vols. Lon: Richard Bentley, 1839. 4 plates: Large folding map, 2 hand colored frontises, 1 uncolored plate. The

Lot: 353 - Alexander Burnes. Cabool. Murray, 1843.

[British India] Alexander Burnes. Cabool: A Personal Narrative Of A Journey To, And Residence In That City… Lon: John Murray, 1843. 12 plates; 2 folding. 8vo. xii, 398pp, no ads. Half leather and marbled board, very good.

Lot: 354 - A Journal Of The Disasters In Afghanistan... 1843.

[British India] A Journal Of The Disasters In Afghanistan, 1841-2. By Lady Sale. Lon: John Murray, 1843. Sixth Thousand. “Lady Sale” was a nom-de-plume for Florentia Wynch. 2 maps;1 folding. xvi, 451, [1], ads [12] pp. Modern half leather

Lot: 355 - 2 Books incl: The Military Operations At Cabul...

[British India] 2 Titles. ++ Vincent Eyre. The Military Operations At Cabul, Which Ended In The Retreat And Destruction Of The British Army, January 1842. With A Journal Of Imprisonment In Afghanistan. Lon: John Murray, 1843. Fifth Edition. Folding

Lot: 356 - Sale and Walton. The Defence Of Jellalabad.

[British India] R. H. [Robert Henry] Sale. The Defence Of Jellalabad… Drawn on Stone by W. L. Walton. Lon: J. Hogarth, (nd), c. 1845. Total of 26 plates: litho title, litho dedication, and India proof portrait, 22 tinted lithographs, and

Lot: 357 - Atkinson. The Campaign In India. 1859.

[British India] George Francklin Atkinson. The Campaign In India. 1857-58. From Drawings Made During the Eventful Period of the Great Mutiny. Lon: Day & Son, Jan. 1, 1859. 27 illustrations on 21 sheets, incl litho title, [22] printed leaves. The

Lot: 358 - Atkinson. Sketches In Afghaunistan. 1842.

[British India] Jas. Atkinson. Sketches In Afghaunistan. Lon: Henry Graves, July 1, 1842. Abbey, Travel, 508. Tooley 73. Folio. Orig green 1/4 leather and cloth with gilt front cover title “Atkinson’s Sketches in Afghanistan.” 26 (of

Lot: 359 - Sir Alexander Allan. Watercolor of Madras Infantry

Sir Alexander Allan, 1st Baronet. British, (1764-1820). Watercolor depicting "a Sepoy (native) military train crossing a river ford, probably 13th Madras Native Infantry attachment used in the Mysore Campaign, c.1790s." Pencil, pen and grey ink and

Lot: 360 - After Canaletto. A View of the Parade St. James...

[Travel/Exploration] Thomas Bowles after Canaletto. A View of the Parade in St. James's Park, the New Buildings for the House Guards, the Admiralty & the King's procession to House of Lords. Publish'd according to Act of Parliament. Re-Published

Lot: 361 - Cicéri & Benoist. La Villa Medici. 1870.

Eugène Cicéri and Philippe Benoist. "La Villa Medici, Sede del; Accademica di Francia." Paris: 1870. Color lithograph with hand coloring. Framed: 23 3/4" x 19 1/3" Foxing throughout. Little to no toning. Under glass, not examined out of

Lot: 362 - Thomas & William Daniell. Views in Calcutta.

Daniell, Thomas (1749-1840) and William (1769-1837). 'Oriental Scenery' Plate No. 10: Views in Calcutta, 1788. Published London, 1795. Hand-coloured etching and aquatint. Framed: 28 1/4" x 17 1/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 363 - Thomas & William Daniell. Oriental Scenery.

Daniell, Thomas (1749-1840) and William (1769-1837). 'Oriental Scenery' Plate No. XXII: View of Mutura, on the River Jumna. Published London, 1803. Hand-colored etching and aquatint. Framed: 30 1/2" x 23 3/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out

Lot: 364 - Thomas & William Daniell. Oriental Scenery.

Daniell, Thomas (1749-1840) and William (1769-1837). Porte Orientale de la Summa Musjid a Delhi. Engraved by Aubertin. Aquatint on paper. Framed: 24 1/2" x 20" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 365 - Richard Earlom. Colonel Mordaunt's Cock Match

[Travel/Exploration] Earlom, Richard. British, (1743-1822), after Johan Joseph Zoffany R.A., British, (1733-1810). Colonel Mordaunt's Cock Match. Hand colored mezzotint. Pub: Robert Sayer, 1792. Framed: 34 1/2" x 27" Condition: Under glass, not

Lot: 366 - James B. Fraser. View of Calcutta and its Environs

[Travel/Exploration] After James Baillie Fraser (1783-1856). Three framed plates from "Views of Calcutta and its Environs, from Drawings... from Sketches Made on the Spot." Published by Smith, Elder & Co., London: 1826. Hand colored aquatint.

Lot: 367 - James B. Fraser. Views in the Himala Mountains.

[Travel/Exploration] After James Baillie Fraser (1783-1856). Two framed plates from "Views in the Himala Mountains." Engraved by R. Havell & Son. Published by Rodwell and Martin. London: 1820. Hand colored aquatint. Framed: 31 1/4" x 25 3/4" ++

Lot: 368 - James B. Fraser. Views in the Himala Mountains.

[Travel/Exploration] After James Baillie Fraser (1783-1856). Two framed plates from "Views in the Himala Mountains." Engraved by R. Havell & Son. Published by Rodwell and Martin. London: 1820. Hand colored aquatint. Framed: 31 1/4" x 25 3/4" ++

Lot: 369 - After Robert Grindlay. Western Side of India. 1826

After Captain Robert Melville Grindlay. British, (1786-1877). Two plates from 'Scenery, Costumes and Architecture chiefly on the Western Side of India,' 1826-30. Eng.d by R.G. Reeve. Col.d by J.B. Hogarth. Published by R. Ackermann, London: 1826.

Lot: 370 - Daniell Havell. Riacotta in the Baramahal.

[Travel/Exploration] Havell, Daniell. British, (1785-1826), after Henry Salt, British, (1780-1827). Riacotta in the Baramahal (Pl. No. XII). From the "Twenty-Four Views in Sant. Helena, The Cape, India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia, and Egypt."

Lot: 371 - Daniell Havell. Ruins of the Fort at Juanpore.

[Travel/Exploration] Havell, Daniell. British, (1785-1826), after Henry Salt, British, (1780-1827). Ruins of the Fort at Juanpore on the River Goomtee. (Pl. No. VII). From the "Twenty-Four Views in Sant. Helena, The Cape, India, Ceylon, the Red Sea,

Lot: 372 - William Howitt. Williamson's Oriental Field Sports

[Travel/Exploration] Howitt, William Samuel. British, (1765–1822). 5 framed plates from "Captain Thomas Williamson's Oriental Field Sports." Published by T. McLean, London, 1819. Hand colored aquatint. Framed: 25 1/2" x 20 1/2" ++ No. XIV A

Lot: 373 - After Henry Martens. Charge of Lancers. 1847

[Travel/Exploration] After Henry Martens. British, (1790-1865). "Charge of the 16th (Queen’s Own) Lancers at the Battle of Aliwal, January 28th, 1846." Aquatint by J Harris. Published by Rudolph Ackermann, London: 1847. Hand colored aquatint.

Lot: 374 - After Henry Martens. Charge of Dragoons. 1849

[Travel/Exploration] After Henry Martens. British, (1790-1865). "Charge of the 3rd King's Own Lt. Dragoons at the Battle of Chillienwallah, January 13th, 1849." Aquatint by J Harris. Published by Rudolph Ackermann, London: 1849. Hand colored

Lot: 375 - After Henry Martens. Costumes of the Indian Army.

After Martens, Henry. British (1790-1865) and Captain Frederick Ainslie. From "R. Ackermann's Costumes of the Indian Army." No. 18: Madras Infantry: Band-Master and Musician. Published by Rudolph Ackermann, London: 1846. Hand-colored aquatint.

Lot: 376 - After John Moore. Landing & Storm of Rangoon. 1825

[Travel/Exploration] After John Moore. British, (1820-1902). Three framed engravings. Engraved by G. Hunt. Published by Kingsbury & Co., London: 1825-26. Hand colored engravings. Framed: 22" x 18 1/4" ++ Rangoon: the Storming of one of the

Lot: 377 - After David Roberts. Temple called El Khasne Petra

[Travel/Exploration] After David Roberts R.A. British, (1796-1864). Pl. 94: Temple called El Khasne Petra March 7th 1839. "Views in the Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt, & Nubia" Volume III. Lithographed by Louis Haghe. Published by F. G.

Lot: 378 - After David Roberts. Portico of the Temple Dendera

[Travel/Exploration] After David Roberts R.A. British, (1796-1864). Pl. 160: View from Under the Portico of the Temple of Dendera. June 2nd 1856. "Views in the Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt, & Nubia" Volume IV. Lithographed by Louis

Lot: 379 - After David Roberts. Thebes, the Great Hall Karnac

[Travel/Exploration] After David Roberts R.A. British, (1796-1864). Thebes, the Great Hall at Karnac. "Views in the Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt, & Nubia." Lithographed by Louis Haghe. Published by F. G. Moon. London: 1846-49. Hand

Lot: 380 - After David Roberts. Gate of the Metwaleys Cairo

[Travel/Exploration] After David Roberts R.A. British, (1796-1864). Gate of the Metwaleys Cairo. "Views in the Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt, & Nubia." Lithographed by Louis Haghe. Published by F. G. Moon. London: 1846-49. Hand colored

Lot: 381 - After David Roberts. Grand Portico Temple Philae

[Travel/Exploration] After David Roberts R.A. British, (1796-1864). Pl. 164: Grand Portico of the Temple of Philae, Nubia June 16th 1856. "Views in the Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt, & Nubia" Volume IV. Lithographed by Louis Haghe.

Lot: 382 - Group of 5 British Colonial Indian Regalia Prints

Group of 5 framed British Colonial Indian Regalia prints ++ After James Rattray. British (1818-1854). Frontispiece: Dourraunnee Chieftains in Full Armour. From "Scenery, Inhabitants, & Costumes of Afghaunistan. From Drawings made on the Spot by

Lot: 383 - British Colonial Oil Painting of Indian Man

English School, 19th century. British Colonial figural painting depicting an Indian man in a red-orange turban and blue jacket against a regal interior scene. Oil on canvas. Undated and unsigned. Framed: 23" x 29"

Lot: 384 - Group of 3 British Colonial Indian Regalia Prints

Group of 3 framed 19th century military regalia prints. ++ 13th Regiment of Native Infantry, Commanded by Colonel Sir Ewen Baillie: Bengal Army. Published by Edward Orme, New Bond Street, London: 1804. Hand colored stipple engraving. Framed: 25" x 20

Lot: 385 - 56 engravings, mid-late 1700s: Asia, Africa, etc.

[Asia/Africa] 56 engravings. ++ 28 plates from Portlock’s “New, Complete And Universal Collection Of Entertaining And Authentic Voyages And Travels…,” Lon: Alexander Hogg, 1794. Many and varied topics including cultural practices

Lot: 386 - 2 plates from Campbell’s “Vitruvius

[Architectural Engravings] 2 double-page plates from Campbell’s “Vitruvius Britannicus,” [1715-1771]. ++ The Garden Front Of Wilton In Wiltshire The Seat Of The Right Honble: Thomas Earl Of Pembroke & Montgomery… Shows the

Lot: 387 - 4 plates from: The New Vitruvius Britannicus.

[Architectural Engravings] 4 plates from: George Richardson, “The New Vitruvius Britannicus: Consisting of Plans and Elevations of Modern Buildings…” 2 dated “April 15, 1797” below image, 2 dated “May 22d. 1801.” At

Lot: 388 - 10 plates + engr title: Les Plus Beaux Edifices...

[Architecture] 10 plates and engraved title from Jean Barbault’s “Les Plus Beaux Edifices De Rome Moderne…,” Rome: Bouchard & Gravier/ de Komarek, 1763. Plates are double-page, and provide striking views of the architecture of

Lot: 389 - 19 plates from: Nuova raccolta delle... Roma...

[Architecture] 19 plates from: Nuova raccolta delle principale vedute antiche e moderne dell’ alma citta di Roma e sue vicinanze. Plates credit P. Ruga, Gio. Acquaroni, or P. Parboni as engraver, and are dated 1824-1827. Rome: Giacomo Antonelli,

Lot: 390 - 2 Lithographs: Currier & Ives, horses.

[Currier & Ives] 2 Lithographs with coloring finished by hand. ++ Lady Thorn. The Celebrated Trotting Mare. Formerly “Maid Of Ashland.” [1857-1872, based on address, “152 Nassau Str, N.Y.”] Image: 8 7/8 x 13 7/8 in. ++ The

Lot: 391 - 3 engravings: De Montfaucon + Pietro Antonio Pazzi

[Engravings] 3 Engravings. ++ Bernard de Montfaucon. Cybele Et Attis. “I. Pl. du Tom. I.” at upper right. [c. 1719]. 12 1/2 x 7 in. ++ De Montfaucon. Cres, Prosperpine. Plate xxix from Vol I of the same work. ++ Pietro Antonio Pazzi. Tabula

Lot: 392 - 2 Gillray etchings.

Gillray, James. 2 Etchings. ++ Pillars Of The Constitution: Three o’Clock & a Cloudy Morning. Lon: H. Humphrey, 1809. ++ The Graces In A High Wind. _ a Scene taken from Nature, in Kensington Gardens. Humphrey, 1810. ++ Orig hand coloring.

Lot: 393 - Hogarth. Etching. 1781.

Hogarth, William. Etching. Text below image: “Mr. Walpole in his Anecdotes of Painting &c. Vol. IV. p. 22. speaking of the Cartoons at Hampton Court, observes that Sir James Thornhill ‘having made copious studies of the heads, hands and

Lot: 394 - 4 plates: Meubles et Objets de Gout.

[Horse Carriages] 4 engravings of carriages. Upper margin: “Meubles et Objets de Gout.” [c. early 1800s to 1840s]. Hand colored. Borders approx. 6 1/2 x 11 in. Sheets 10 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. Minor foxing, very good. Titles and plate numbers: ++

Lot: 395 - Le pas aux murilles... Dressage engr. J. Ridinger.

[Horses] Le pas aux murilles par la droite/ Der Schriff gerade aus an der wand rechts/ Passus recta ad parietem ad dextram. Engraving by Johann Elias Ridinger (Augsburg, 1698-1767). The theme depicted relates to dressage. Hand colored. 17 5/8 x 13

Lot: 396 - Fores’s National Sports. Steeple Chase Cracks

[Horses] Fores’s National Sports. Plate 2. Steeple Chase Cracks. Etching and aquatint by J. Harris after J. F. Herring. Lon: Fores, 1847. Orig hand color. Image: 20 3/4 x 41 1/2 in. Light crease in left portion of image, sight condition

Lot: 397 - 5 etchings with aquatint: Bachelor's Hall.

[Hunting/Horses] 5 etchings with aquatint: Bachelor's Hall. Plates I-3 and 5-6. No mention of artist, or publisher in lower margins. These have 4-5 lines of verse to left and right of title. Orig hand coloring. 10 1/2 x 14 in. Toned, some foxing, 1

Lot: 398 - 5 etchings: Richard Earlom after Claude Lorrain

Lorrain, Claude (c. 1600-1682). 5 etchings by Richard Earlom, who is credited at lower right. At lower left: “Claude le Lorrain depint.” In lower margins: “From the Original Drawing, in the Collection of the Duke of Devonshire.”

Lot: 399 - 3 etchings by Mielatz, Wellstood, 1 other.

[Mielatz/Wellstood] 3 Etchings. ++ Etching by Charles F. W. Mielatz. Pencil signed at lower right, Mielatz’s signature in plate at lower right, "Mielatz, 1887". 13 1/2 x 21 3/4 in. ++ Etching by William Wellstood after Frederic S. Cozzens.

Lot: 400 - 16 plates from: A. M. Mucha. Documents Decoratifs.

Mucha, Alphonse M. 16 plates from: “Documents Decoratifs,” plus half and full title leaf. Paris: Librairie Centrale des Beaux-Arts/ Emile Levy, (nd), [1902]. Very good; light wear to edges, a few plates have toning to margin. 1 plate and

Lot: 401 - William Penn’s Treaty With The Indians

[Pennsylvania/Native Americans] William Penn’s Treaty With The Indians. This Justly Celebrated Treaty, Was Formed In The Year 1682, Under The Large Elm At Schackamaxon, Now Kensington, Philadelphia. “Engraved & Printed by Illman &

Lot: 402 - Triumph Of Liberty. Engraving after Renault. 1796.

Renault, John Francis (after). Triumph Of Liberty, Dedicated to its Defenders in America. “Engraved by P. C. Verger N. York November 1796” in margin at lower right. Renault credited at lower left. This edition does not have the 2 columns of

Lot: 403 - Bi-Centennial Pageant of G. Washington prints

20 etchings. The Bi-Centennial Pageant of George Washington. 1932. Suite of 20 etchings illustrating events in George Washington's life. Edited by John Taylor Arms and Harry A. Ogden, New York. Published by the George Washington Memorial Association,

Lot: 404 - 8 plates from: Album Of Virginia. 1858.

[Views] 8 color lithographs from: Album Of Virginia. [Richmond]: Ed Beyer, 1858. Howes B-413. Includes: ++ Litho title. ++ View From The Peak Of Otter, Belford County, Va. No. 1. ++ View From The Peak Of Otter, Belford County, Va. No. 2. ++ Old Point

Lot: 405 - 3 items: John Ihlder photo album + 2 photographs.

[Architect] 3 Items related to John Ihlder, the head of the Alley Dwelling Authority, and its successor agency, the National Capital Housing Authority. At the Alley Dwelling Authority, he sought to delay the demolition of slums until they had been

Lot: 406 - 14 photographs: Asia, mostly [late 1800s-1900s].

[Asia] 14 Photographs. ++ 5 photographs are from hand colored negatives, of which at least 2 show street scenes in Manila and 2 show bridges in Tokyo, c. late 1800s – early 1900s. ++ 5 uncolored photographs of scenes in Tokyo, 2 in Kyoto,

Lot: 407 - 7 albumen photographs: Beato studio.

[Beato Photographs] 7 albumen photographs by Felice and Antonio Beato. Several appear to be of Middle Eastern sites, likely Egypt. 1 has “…les Colonnes du Temple” penciled on verso. 1 shows a market in Indonesia. 2 have “A.

Lot: 408 - CDV of John Wilkes Booth.

[Lincoln Assassination] CDV of John Wilkes Booth. Printed on mount: “All negatives preserved since 1864.” The photographer, Washburn, was active in New Orleans at least as early as 1859, and at least as late as 1903. Albumen. Very good

Lot: 409 - More than 50 photographs: McKinley, Sherman, etc.

More than 50 gelatin silver prints, mostly from earlier glass negatives or photographs. Examples include General William T. Sherman (modern gelatin silver of a contemporary albumen), Robert Todd Lincoln, the McKinley Inaugural Ballroom, pair of 5 1/2

Lot: 410 - Over 75 items incl real photo postcards of Indians

[Native Americans/Postcards/Misc.] More than 75 items, largely contained in 2 albums. Photographs, postcards, stereoviews, memorial notices, and other items. Includes 23 real photo postcards of native Americans, including 8 of Seminoles: sewing,

Lot: 411 - More than 150 stereoviews + 1 stereoviewer.

More than 150 stereoviews and 1 stereoviewer. Stereoviewer’s total length: 12 1/2 in. Logo on top: “U & U Sun Sculpture Trademark.” Some stereoviews are pairs of photographs, but most are in printed color. Photographic stereoviews

Lot: 412 - Stereographic Library. 3 Cases (202 + 100 views).

[Stereoviews] Stereographic Library. 3 Cases; or 6 Vols as numbered: ++ Stereographic Library: The Tour Of The World. 2 Cases: Vols 1-4, each case numbered as 2 vols. (Keystone View Co., nd). Consists of 202 stereoviews including cathedrals, leaning

Lot: 413 - Album of 33 photos: Apollo missions.

[Space] Apollo. Album of 33 photographs. ++ 15 photos are 6 3/4 x 6 3/4 color photographs with negative’s number written on both the verso of the photo and the contemporary mount. Each mount has printed text above the photo. Most show the Earth

Lot: 414 - More than 255 photos, mostly WWII.

[World War II] More than 255 photographs. ++ More than 20 small photos showing bomb damage in Japan; approx. 2 3/4 x 4 1/4 in. ++ Includes approx. 65 contemporary photos related to Nazi Germany: Army officers, soldiers, Hitler. 3 x 4 3/8 in. Rubber

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