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Auctioneer Doyle New York 212-427-2730
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Lot: 1 - [AMERICAN REVOLUTION - SCHUYLER, PHILIP]

[AMERICAN REVOLUTION - SCHUYLER, PHILIP] Proceedings of a General Court Martial, held at Major General Lincoln''s Quarters, near Quaker-Hill, in the State of New-York, by order of His Excellency General Washington, Commander in Chief of the Army of

Lot: 2 - [AMERICAN REVOLUTION] LOTTER, MATTHEW ALBERT. A

[AMERICAN REVOLUTION] LOTTER, MATTHEW ALBERT. A Map of the Provinces of New-York and New-Jersey, with a part of Pennsylvania and the Province of Quebec. Augsburg: Lotter, 1777. Hand-colored engraved map on two sheets joined. Plate marks (although

Lot: 3 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES The Birds of America. New

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES The Birds of America. New York: Abbeville Press, 1985. One of 350 sets of this fine facsimile edition comprising 4 large elephant folio plate volumes housed in the original baize lined oak case with sliding shelves and 7 text

Lot: 4 - BURNHAM, FREDERICK RUSSELL (MAJOR) Scouting on Two

BURNHAM, FREDERICK RUSSELL (MAJOR) Scouting on Two Continents. Los Angeles: Ivan Deach, Jr., 1934. Inscribed on the front free endpaper "To my pioneer friend Ethan Le Munyon with best wishes of yours sincerely, F.R. Burnham, 1941." Publisher''s

Lot: 5 - BYRD, RICHARD EVELYN Little America: Aerial

BYRD, RICHARD EVELYN Little America: Aerial Exploration in the Antarctic. The Flight to the South Pole. New York: Putnam''s 1930. First trade edition, second printing, inscribed on the half-title, the verso of the frontispiece, and annotated within

Lot: 6 - CARTER, JIMMY Farewell Address of President Jimmy

CARTER, JIMMY Farewell Address of President Jimmy Carter. [Winston-Salem:] Palaemon Press, [1981]. Number 20 of 300 signed copies. Publisher''s cloth, slipcase. 10 x 6 inches (26 x 15 cm). Volume fine, light stain to slipcase; Together with

Lot: 7 - [CLAY, HENRY] COLTON, CALVIN. The Life and Times

[CLAY, HENRY] COLTON, CALVIN. The Life and Times of Henry Clay. New York: A.S. Barnes, 1846. The second edition, extra-illustrated with 8 autograph letters from Clay, 10 letters from others, and numerous portraits including engravings and CDV sized

Lot: 8 - [COLT, SAMUEL] Lithophane Portrait of Samuel Colt

[COLT, SAMUEL] Lithophane Portrait of Samuel Colt holding a revolver. Circa 1855. Rare KPM die-pressed oval porcelain plaque with portrait of Samuel Colt seated holding a revolver in his right hand and a compass in his left. 7 x 5 3/4 inches (18 x

Lot: 9 - [COLT, SAMUEL] Armsmear: the Home, the Arm, and

[COLT, SAMUEL] Armsmear: the Home, the Arm, and the Armory of Samuel Colt. A Memorial. New York: Privately printed, 1866. First edition (one of 500 copies). Original green three-quarters morocco gilt with Colt''s arms to covers. 10 1/2 x 7 inches

Lot: 10 - JEFFERSON, THOMAS Autograph letter signed

JEFFERSON, THOMAS Autograph letter signed mentioning several important Native Americans by name. Monticello: 15 February 1821. One page autograph letter signed "Th: Jefferson" on one sheet of watermarked paper, the letter addressed to Henry Wheaton

Lot: 11 - [MAPS-AMERICA] LA ROCHEFOUCAULT LIANCOURT,

[MAPS-AMERICA] LA ROCHEFOUCAULT LIANCOURT, FRANCOIS. Travels Through the United States of America. London: Phillips, 1799. Volume two only (of 2) of the first edition in English. Contemporary half calf, boxed. 10 3/8 x 8 1/4 inches (26.5 x 21 cm);

Lot: 12 - [WASHINGTON, GEORGE] MARSHALL, JOHN. The Life of

[WASHINGTON, GEORGE] MARSHALL, JOHN. The Life of George Washington... London: Richard Phillips by T. Gillet, 1804-07. First English octavo edition. Five volumes. Later half red morocco gilt. 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches (21.5 x 14 cm); Frontispiece

Lot: 13 - NIXON, RICHARD Six signed notes to Howard

NIXON, RICHARD Six signed notes to Howard Kaminsky. Comprising one autograph note signed dated 21 December 1987; and five typed notes signed dated 12 December 1992; 27 April 1979; 8 January 1990 and 17 January 1990 (these framed together); and 10

Lot: 14 - NIXON, RICHARD Signed copy of The Real War with a

NIXON, RICHARD Signed copy of The Real War with a related signed letter. The volume [New York:] Warner, 1980. First printing, number 12 of 2500 signed copies. Full red leather gilt, in original cardboard box, a fine copy; With a typed letter, 21

Lot: 15 - NIXON, RICHARD Leaders. [New York:] Warner, 1982.

NIXON, RICHARD Leaders. [New York:] Warner, 1982. First printing, inscribed by Nixon on the half-title to Howard Kaminsky. Publisher''s cloth in dust jacket. Minor creases to jacket; Together with a leather bound signed and numbered first printing

Lot: 16 - ORLANDO, JOE Original illustration titled White

ORLANDO, JOE Original illustration titled White House Heartbreak. [N.p. circa 1970]. Two ink illustrations on one board separated by text with paper onlays, with some added white and crayon corrections, inscribed in pen "To a right on guy who knows

Lot: 17 - FEIFFER, JULES Inscribed illustration depicting

FEIFFER, JULES Inscribed illustration depicting Richard Nixon. [N.p.: n.d.]. Black marker drawing on one sheet of yellow paper depicting a shifty-eyed Richard Nixon, inscribed "Susan and Howard Kaminsky/Watch ''Em" in two word bubbles, signed

Lot: 18 - CARTER, JIMMY and ROSALYNN Two signed volumes.

CARTER, JIMMY and ROSALYNN Two signed volumes. Comprising Everything to Gain, Random House, 1987, first edition, number 2 of 500 copies signed by both Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, publisher''s cloth in slipcase, Spine sunned; Everything to Gain,

Lot: 19 - [PRESIDENTS] Photograph signed by Ronald Reagan,

[PRESIDENTS] Photograph signed by Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and Richard Nixon. [Washington: 8 October 1981]. Color photograph depicting the four presidents at the White House, signed by each below the image in varying inks. Sheet 9

Lot: 20 - [BASEBALL] ORAM, L[OUIS]. Original watercolor

[BASEBALL] ORAM, L[OUIS]. Original watercolor "House on Cor Broome and Orchard Sts./Birthplace of Alonzo Slote". [New York: after 1830]. Watercolor on Whatman Turkey Mill paper with manuscript text below image, signed "L. Oram" lower left, image 15

Lot: 21 - [BINDINGS] WILLIAMS, EDWIN. The New York Annual

[BINDINGS] WILLIAMS, EDWIN. The New York Annual Register, 1831-37. First editions. 7 volumes. Early half tan straight grained morocco over marbled boards, the covers of each with the State Seal of New York, the spines tooled and lettered in gilt. 7

Lot: 22 - [BINDINGS] Four attractively bound sets. Sizes

[BINDINGS] Four attractively bound sets. Sizes vary, the largest 10 x 7 inches. Comprising LOSSING, BENSON. Field Book of the American Revolution, 1860, two volumes, tan half calf; Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War, 1868, and Pictorial Field

Lot: 23 - [BROOKLYN BRIDGE] Group of items relating to the

[BROOKLYN BRIDGE] Group of items relating to the construction and opening of the Bridge. Comprising: A volume compiling fifteen bridge related reports, late 1870s-early 1880s, contemporary half morocco, includes William Roebling''s Pneumatic tower

Lot: 24 - [BROOKLYN] Three antiquarian items Comprising

[BROOKLYN] Three antiquarian items Comprising DRIPPS, MATTHEW. Map of the City of Brooklyn New York. Showing Railroads, Street Numbers... New York: M. Dripps, n.d. likely circa 1883. Folded into original gilt lettered cloth case. Opened

Lot: 25 - CARWITHAM, JOHN Fort George with the City of New

CARWITHAM, JOHN Fort George with the City of New York from the S.W. London: Carington Bowles, circa 1794. Hand-colored engraving on laid paper, watermarked Edmeads & Pine, 1794, letter "V" added to top right corner. Plate marks 12 x 17 3/4

Lot: 26 - [CENTRAL PARK] RICHARDS, T. ADDISON. Guide to The

[CENTRAL PARK] RICHARDS, T. ADDISON. Guide to The Central Park. New York: James Miller, 1877. First edition thus. Original gilt stamped cloth. 6 x 4 inches (16 x 11 inches); folding map, plates, 101 pp., ads., a second copy of the map on thin paper

Lot: 27 - [CROTON AQUEDUCT] TOWER, F.B. Illustrations of the

[CROTON AQUEDUCT] TOWER, F.B. Illustrations of the Croton Aqueduct, by F. B. Tower of the Engineer Department. New York and London: Wiley and Putnam, 1843. First edition. Original gilt lettered cloth, rebacked with a modern gilt lettered black

Lot: 28 - [DURAND, ASHER B., after] Early copy of "Dover

[DURAND, ASHER B., after] Early copy of "Dover Plains, Dutchess County, New York, 1848." Charcoal, pencil, and wash drawing heightened with white on a large sheet of thick paper with an indistinct 19th century watermark (rubbed over on verso),

Lot: 29 - [EDDY, THOMAS] An Account of the State Prison, or

[EDDY, THOMAS] An Account of the State Prison, or Penitentiary House, in N. Y. City, by one of the Inspectors of the Prison. New York: Isaac Collins, 1801. First edition. Later half-calf, gilt lettering label. 9 x 5 1/2 inches (23 x 14 cm); 97 pp.,

Lot: 30 - [GREENWOOD CEMETERY] CLEAVELAND NEHEMIAH. Group of

[GREENWOOD CEMETERY] CLEAVELAND NEHEMIAH. Group of three titles. Comprising: Green-Wood illustrated [bound with:] WALTER, CORNELIA. Auburn illustrated. New York: n.d., the second work dated 1850. Contemporary three-quarters morocco gilt. Engraved

Lot: 31 - HILL, JOHN WILLIAM (after) New York. New York: F.

HILL, JOHN WILLIAM (after) New York. New York: F. & G.W. Smith, 1855 or later. Large hand-colored engraving and aquatint by C. Mottram (third state, without the word "Proof" in lower margin). Approximately 34 1/2 x 54 inches (87.5 x 137 cm);

Lot: 32 - HILL, JOHN WILLIAM (after) New York. With the City

HILL, JOHN WILLIAM (after) New York. With the City of Brooklyn in the Distance. From the Steeple of St. Paul''s Church looking East, South and West. The 1975 New York Historical Society reissue, number 28 of 50 copies. Large color print, image 21 x

Lot: 33 - SEBRON, HIPPOLYTE VICTOR VALENTIN (After) New-York

SEBRON, HIPPOLYTE VICTOR VALENTIN (After) New-York Winter Scene in Broadway / Scene d''Hiver dans Broadway. New York: M. Knoedler, 1857 or after. Colored engraving with aquatint by F. Girardet. Image 21 1/2 x 33 3/4 inches (55 x 85 cm); framed. One

Lot: 34 - [NEW AMSTERDAM-DONCK, ADRIAEN VAN DER] Vertoogh

[NEW AMSTERDAM-DONCK, ADRIAEN VAN DER] Vertoogh Van Nieu Nederland, And Breeden Raedt Aende Vereenichde Nederlandsche Provintien. Two Rare Tracts, Printed In 1649-''50. Relating To The Administration Of Affairs In New Netherland. Translated from the

Lot: 35 - [NEW YORK-COLONIAL] Journal of the Votes and

[NEW YORK-COLONIAL] Journal of the Votes and Proceedings of the General Assembly of the Colony of New-York. New-York: Hugh Gaine, 1764 & 1766. First edition. Two volumes. Contemporary calf. 14 1/4 x 9 inches (36.5 x 23 cm); iv, 840, [2] pp.;

Lot: 36 - [JONES, SAMUEL and VARICK, RICHARD] Laws of the

[JONES, SAMUEL and VARICK, RICHARD] Laws of the State of New-York, comprising the Constitution, and the acts of the legislature since the Revolution, from the first to the twelfth session, inclusive. New York: Hugh Gaine, [1789]. First edition.

Lot: 37 - [JONES, SAMUEL and VARICK, RICHARD] Laws of the

[JONES, SAMUEL and VARICK, RICHARD] Laws of the State of New-York, comprising the Constitution, and the acts of the legislature since the Revolution, from the first to the twelfth session, inclusive. New York: Hugh Gaine, [1789]. First edition. Two

Lot: 38 - [NEW YORK-HISTORY] Group of four. Comprising

[NEW YORK-HISTORY] Group of four. Comprising SMITH, WILLIAM. The History of New York. Philadelphia: Carey, 1792. Second American edition. Contemporary calf, rebacked in leather preserving label. Spotting and stray stains; a second copy,

Lot: 39 - [NEW YORK-ILLUSTRATED] Group of seven limited

[NEW YORK-ILLUSTRATED] Group of seven limited editions and illustrated 20th century works. Sizes vary, largest (Empire State) 17 x 13 inches. Comprising: DREISER, THEODORE. My City. New York: 1929. One of 275 signed copies. Large folio, original

Lot: 40 - [NEW YORK-PHOTOGRAPHY] Group of photographically

[NEW YORK-PHOTOGRAPHY] Group of photographically illustrated albums and stereo views. Albums comprising: 1866 Album of the New York Assembly, original half morocco stamped "Hon. B. Wood" on the cover, with an 1867 inscription to Wood from George

Lot: 41 - [NEW YORK] STOKES, I. N. PHELPS. The Iconography

[NEW YORK] STOKES, I. N. PHELPS. The Iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909. New York: Robert H. Dodd, 1915-28. One of 360 copies on handmade paper. Six volumes, publisher''s half-vellum over blue boards with gilt insignia, housed in original

Lot: 42 - [NEW YORK CITY-CHARTERS] The Charter of the City

[NEW YORK CITY-CHARTERS] The Charter of the City of New York. John Montgomerie, Esq., Governor. New York: John Tiebout, 1801. Signature of Hamilton Fish to title and upper board. Original leather backed marbled boards. 63 [1] pp. Spotting, heaviest

Lot: 43 - [NEW YORK CITY-LAWS] Laws and ordinances, ordained

[NEW YORK CITY-LAWS] Laws and ordinances, ordained and established by the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New-York, in Common Council convened ... Published the tenth day of May, 1793, in the fourth year of the mayoralty of Richard

Lot: 44 - [NEW YORK CITY] VALENTINE, D.T. Manual of the

[NEW YORK CITY] VALENTINE, D.T. Manual of the Common Council of New York, 1841-1870. New York: various printers, 1842-1870, with three index volumes dated 1906. Together 35 volumes (including a few duplicates and the indexes). Mostly original cloth

Lot: 45 - [MANHATTAN-MAPS] [MITCHILL, SAMUEL]. The Picture

[MANHATTAN-MAPS] [MITCHILL, SAMUEL]. The Picture of New-York; or the Traveller''s Guide through the Commercial Metropolis of the United States. New York: I. Riley, 1807. First edition. Contemporary marbled boards, rebacked. 5 3/4 x 3 1/2 inches

Lot: 46 - [NEW YORK - MAPS, GUIDES & VIEWS] Group of

[NEW YORK - MAPS, GUIDES & VIEWS] Group of antiquarian volumes, 1813-1832. Comprising: Hooker''s New Pocket Plan of the City of New York, 1826, hand-colored map folding into original gilt lettered leather binding, map lacks one panel, splits

Lot: 47 - [NEW YORK - MAPS, GUIDES & DIRECTORIES] Group of

[NEW YORK - MAPS, GUIDES & DIRECTORIES] Group of antiquarian volumes, 1830-1839. Comprising: An Alphabetical List of the Public Buildings, Institutions, Streets, Places, etc., in the City of New York, with references to the annexed Plan, A.T.

Lot: 48 - [NEW YORK - MAPS, GUIDES & DIRECTORIES] Group of

[NEW YORK - MAPS, GUIDES & DIRECTORIES] Group of antiquarian volumes, 1840-1856. Comprising: A Guide to the City of New-York ... a new and correct Map, Tanner & Disturnell, 1840, hand-colored folding map, original cloth, stains not

Lot: 49 - [NEW YORK - MAPS, GUIDES & DIRECTORIES] Group of

[NEW YORK - MAPS, GUIDES & DIRECTORIES] Group of antiquarian volumes, 1850-1890. Comprising: The Great Metropolis, 1852, folding map, original cloth; Miller''s New Map of the City of New York, large folding colored map, circa 1857, original

Lot: 50 - [MAPS] BROMLEY, GEORGE W. and WALTER S. Atlas of

[MAPS] BROMLEY, GEORGE W. and WALTER S. Atlas of the City of New York. Philadelphia: G.W. Bromley, 1902. Large folio atlas in original half morocco stamped on the upper cover. 22 1/2 x 16 inches (57 x 42 cm); lithographed title, index sheet,

Lot: 51 - [TRAVEL-AMERICA] Four titles. Comprising: WANSEY,

[TRAVEL-AMERICA] Four titles. Comprising: WANSEY, HENRY. Journal of an Excursion to the United States. Salsbury: Easton, 1796. First edition. Early half morocco. With half-title, silhouette of Washington, plate depicting Philadelphia State House,

Lot: 52 - [ZENGER TRIAL] The Trial of John Peter Zenger of

[ZENGER TRIAL] The Trial of John Peter Zenger of New-York, Printer: who was charged with having printed and published a Libel against the Government; and acquitted, with a Narrative of his Case. To which is now added, being never printed before, The

Lot: 53 - RATZER, BERNARD Plan of the City of New York in

RATZER, BERNARD Plan of the City of New York in North America, surveyed in the years 1766 & 1767. London: Faden & Jeffreys, 1776. Second issue (after the 1770 issue known in three copies). Engraved map on three sheets of thick laid paper

Lot: 54 - [WORLD MAP] SCHEDEL, HARTMANN. [World map],

[WORLD MAP] SCHEDEL, HARTMANN. [World map], extracted from the Liber Chronicarum. [Nuremberg: A. Koberger, 1493]. Leaves XII and XIII conjoined, 16 1/8 x 21 1/4 inches (41.5 x 56.5 cm), the wood engraved map 12 1/4 x 17 inches (30.5 x 43.5 cm),

Lot: 55 - [MAP] MUNSTER, SEBASTIAN. Group of three maps.

[MAP] MUNSTER, SEBASTIAN. Group of three maps. Consisting of De Novis Insulis, quomodo, quando & per quem illiae inventae sint. Extracted from a Latin text edition of Munster''s Cosmographia, 1544 or after. Portion of text leaf with

Lot: 56 - [MAPS] Group of three maps by Abraham Ortelius.

[MAPS] Group of three maps by Abraham Ortelius. Includes Americae sive novi orbis nova descriptio. Antwerp: 1579. Bifolium, French text on verso; Typus Orbis Terrarum ; and the frontispiece to the volume, showing Mercator and Hondius. Marginal

Lot: 57 - [MAPS] Group of four maps on Classical subjects by

[MAPS] Group of four maps on Classical subjects by Abraham Ortelius. Includes Argonautica. Antwerp: 1598. Bifolium, Italian text on verso; Erythraei sive rubria maris periplus. Antwerp: 1597-8. Italian text on verso; Romani Imperii Imago.

Lot: 58 - [CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. (=TWAIN, MARK)] Group of

[CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. (=TWAIN, MARK)] Group of cabinet cards relating to Samuel Clemens'' Missouri family, two bearing inscriptions from Twain. [Missouri]: circa 1873. Approximately 15 photographic items listed below, largest 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches

Lot: 59 - CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. (=TWAIN, MARK). The Writings of

CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. (=TWAIN, MARK). The Writings of Mark Twain. Hartford: American Publishing Company, 1899 [-1907]. One of 1,000 sets of the Edition De Luxe, this copy 446, with a letter at the front of the first volume by Clemens, dated March 2,

Lot: 60 - EINSTEIN, ALBERT Die Grundlage der allgemeinen

EINSTEIN, ALBERT Die Grundlage der allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie. Leipzig: Verlag von Johann Ambrosius Barth, 1916. First edition, monograph issue, with printer''s imprint "Druck von Metzger & Wittig in Leipzig" to verso of title, and

Lot: 61 - EMERSON, RALPH WALDO Autograph letter signed. Four

EMERSON, RALPH WALDO Autograph letter signed. Four pages written in black ink on a folded sheet of note paper, dated Concord, Tuesday Morning, 28 June (year not stated but likely 1853?), prefixed "My Dear Sir" (the recipient given at the end below

Lot: 62 - HILL, HENRY & SIMONE, DANIEL Final typescript of

HILL, HENRY & SIMONE, DANIEL Final typescript of the novel The Lufthansa Heist signed by both authors. New York: 2012. An approximately 551 page typescript, signed on an additional first text leaf by both Hill and Simone in black, with color

Lot: 63 - [ROYALTY] Group of seven printed photographs of

[ROYALTY] Group of seven printed photographs of HRH Queen Elizabeth with her family. Various sizes; all but the first (which is unframed) matted with a panel bearing both their signatures, dated 1947, 1960, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1973, and framed;

Lot: 64 - SAINT-SAËNS, CAMILLE Sansone e dalila. Opera

SAINT-SAËNS, CAMILLE Sansone e dalila. Opera in 3 Atti et 4 Quadri di F. Lemaire... Paris: A Durand, n.d. Probable first Italian translation of the libretto (by A. Zanardini), a presentation copy "à mon très-cher Alphonse Thibaud/son

Lot: 65 - LISZT, FRANZ Wartburg-Lieder aus dem lyrischen

LISZT, FRANZ Wartburg-Lieder aus dem lyrischen Festspiel: Der Brunt Willkomm auf Wurtburg... Leipzig: C.F.K. Kahnt, [1873]. First edition, probably a large-paper presentation issue, an inscribed copy with a presentation by Liszt on the front

Lot: 66 - [WAYNE, JOHN] FRAZEE, STEVE. The Alamo. [New York:

[WAYNE, JOHN] FRAZEE, STEVE. The Alamo. [New York: Avon Books, 1960]. Film edition, inscribed "Good luck Billy/John Wayne" on the half-title. Original printed wrappers with photographic illustration to covers. 6 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches (16 x 10.5 cm);

Lot: 67 - [CRAWFORD, JOAN] Framed Vitaphone Disc of This

[CRAWFORD, JOAN] Framed Vitaphone Disc of This Modern Age, 1931. Vitaphone disc engraved "This Modern Age/MGM" with corresponding numbers and reel indicator, accompanied by a letter on the frame verso from Bruce Goldstein of Film Forum describing

Lot: 68 - CARROLL, LEWIS Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

CARROLL, LEWIS Alice''s Adventures in Wonderland [and:] Through the Looking Glass, and what Alice found there. London: MacMillan, 1866 & 1872. Second (first published) edition of Alice; first edition first issue of Through the Looking Glass

Lot: 69 - CARROLL, LEWIS Through the Looking-Glass, and What

CARROLL, LEWIS Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There. London: MacMillan, 1872. First edition, first issue with "wade" for "wabe" on page 21. Publisher''s gilt stamped cloth, housed in an old cloth box labeled "Alice in Wonderland." 7

Lot: 70 - MILNE, A.A. and SHEPARD, E.H. The House at Pooh

MILNE, A.A. and SHEPARD, E.H. The House at Pooh Corner. London: Methuen, 1928. First edition, number 284 of 350 copies, signed by both artist and illustrator. Publisher''s cream boards with blue cloth spine, printed label on upper cover, in the

Lot: 71 - MILNE, A.A. and SHEPARD, E.H. Winnie-The-Pooh.

MILNE, A.A. and SHEPARD, E.H. Winnie-The-Pooh. London: Methuen, 1926. First edition, number 126 of 350 copies, signed by both artist and illustrator. Publisher''s blue boards with blue cloth spine, printed label on upper cover, in the printed dust

Lot: 72 - MILNE, A.A. and SHEPARD, E.H. Now We Are Six.

MILNE, A.A. and SHEPARD, E.H. Now We Are Six. London: Methuen, 1927. First edition, number 2 of 350 copies, signed by both artist and illustrator. Publisher''s terracotta boards with tan cloth spine, printed label on upper cover, in the printed dust

Lot: 73 - POGANY, WILLIAM The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. New

POGANY, WILLIAM The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. New York: Thomas Crowell, [ circa 1930]. Number 186 of 750 signed copies. Full green morocco gilt, the cover with a floral motif in red, green and purple morocco, the spine gilt lettered and with raised

Lot: 74 - POTTER, BEATRIX The Tailor of Gloucester.

POTTER, BEATRIX The Tailor of Gloucester. London: Warne, 1903. First published edition, first printing, with the correct endpapers. Original dark red boards with color pictorial label on front cover. 5 1/2 x 4 inches (14 x 10 cm); frontispiece and

Lot: 75 - [ILLUSTRATION ART] SCHULZ, CHARLES. Original

[ILLUSTRATION ART] SCHULZ, CHARLES. Original drawing for a Peanuts four-panel strip, inscribed in the upper margin "For Liz with friendship and every best wish" and signed in full. 5 1/2 x 27 inches (14 x 690 cm); drawn in black ink on thin

Lot: 76 - DR. SEUSS [=SEUSS, THEODOR GEISEL] The Seven Lady

DR. SEUSS [=SEUSS, THEODOR GEISEL] The Seven Lady Godivas. New York: Random House, 1987. Number 2 of 300 copies signed by Geisel as Dr. Seuss. Publisher''s cloth, in slipcase. 10 x 7 inches (25.5 x 18 cm); color illustrations. A fine copy. Dr.

Lot: 77 - CAPOTE, TRUMAN Breakfast at Tiffany's. New York:

CAPOTE, TRUMAN Breakfast at Tiffany''s. New York: Random House, [1958]. First edition, first printing. Publisher''s cloth, in original dust jacket (with "10/58" to upper flap). 179 pp. Jacket spine sunned and with chips to extremities. Capote''s

Lot: 78 - CAPOTE, TRUMAN Breakfast at Tiffany's. New York:

CAPOTE, TRUMAN Breakfast at Tiffany''s. New York: Random House, [1958]. First edition, first printing. Publisher''s cloth, in original dust jacket (with "10/58" to upper flap). 179 pp. Ownership signature to front blank, soiling and staining to

Lot: 79 - DICKENS, CHARLES The Personal History of David

DICKENS, CHARLES The Personal History of David Copperfield. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1849-50. First edition in original 19/20 parts. Original wrappers, housed in a morocco backed box. 8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches (22 x 14 cm); with 40 engraved plates,

Lot: 80 - [DICKINSON, EMILY] A Masque of Poets. Boston:

[DICKINSON, EMILY] A Masque of Poets. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1878. First edition. Publisher''s cloth, cloth slipcase. 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches (17 x 11 cm); [303 pp.] The cloth spine detached but present, corners rubbed, a typed list of contributors

Lot: 81 - DICKINSON, EMILY Poems Second Series. Boston:

DICKINSON, EMILY Poems Second Series. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1891. First edition, first issue (one of 960 copies). Edited by T.W. Higginson and Mabel Loomis Todd. Publisher''s bevelled gilt stamped green cloth, top edge gilt, housed in cloth

Lot: 82 - DIDION, JOAN Play Is As It Lays. Farrar, Straus &

DIDION, JOAN Play Is As It Lays. Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1970. First edition, first printing. Publisher''s cloth, in original dust jacket (without ISBN to front flap). Jacket spine lightly faded and with a few creases to extremities, pencilled

Lot: 83 - ELIOT, THOMAS STEARNS Collected Poems 1909-1962.

ELIOT, THOMAS STEARNS Collected Poems 1909-1962. London: Faber and Faber, [1963]. Uncorrected proof copy of the first edition. Original wrappers, custom folding cloth case. 8 1/2 5 1/2 inches (21.5 x 14.5 cm); 235 pp. Fine. We trace one copy of

Lot: 84 - HARDY, THOMAS Jude the Obscure. [London: Osgood,

HARDY, THOMAS Jude the Obscure. [London: Osgood, McIlvaine & Co., 1896]. First edition in book form (Wessex Novels, Vol. VIII). Publisher''s gilt stamped cloth, housed in cloth case. 7 1/2 x 5 inches (20 x 13 cm); etched frontispiece and map,

Lot: 85 - HEMINGWAY, ERNEST The Old Man and the Sea. New

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST The Old Man and the Sea. New York: Charles Scribner''s Sons, [1952]. An unrecorded variant issue of the first edition without a date on the title page, the copyright leaf with the author''s name misspelled "HEMINWAY" and the

Lot: 86 - KIPLING, RUDYARD The Jungle Book. London:

KIPLING, RUDYARD The Jungle Book. London: Macmillan & Co., 1894. First edition. Publisher''s blue cloth, decorated in gilt, all edges gilt. 7 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches (18.5 x 12 cm); vii, 212 pp. Slight lean, minimal wear, overall a bright copy,

Lot: 87 - KIPLING, RUDYARD Just So Stories. London:

KIPLING, RUDYARD Just So Stories. London: Macmillan and Company, 1902. First edition. Modern red morocco by Bayntun-Rivière, upper cover with a gilt medallion, original front cloth bound-in at rear, all edges gilt. 9 x 7 inches (23 x 17.5 cm);

Lot: 88 - KEROUAC, JACK On the Road. New York: Viking, 1957.

KEROUAC, JACK On the Road. New York: Viking, 1957. First edition, first printing. Publisher''s cloth, in original unclipped dust jacket (with red and blue stripes to verso). 8 x 5 1/4 inches (21 x 14 cm); 310 pp. Slight lean, the jacket rubbed in a

Lot: 89 - KING, STEPHEN The Shining. Garden City: Doubleday,

KING, STEPHEN The Shining. Garden City: Doubleday, 1977. First edition, first printing with "First Edition" to the copyright page and the R49 code printed in the gutter of page 447, without remainder spray to bottom edge. Publisher''s cloth backed

Lot: 90 - LAWRENCE, D.H. The Escaped Cock. Paris: Black Sun

LAWRENCE, D.H. The Escaped Cock. Paris: Black Sun Press, 1929. First edition, number 28 of 50 copies signed by the author and printed on Japanese vellum. Original printed wrappers, remnants of glassine, slipcase. 8 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches (21 x 17 cm);

Lot: 91 - [LITERATURE] A quality miscellany. Comprising ten

[LITERATURE] A quality miscellany. Comprising ten works, first editions unless noted, each in publisher''s cloth, all but four housed in cloth cases, most with bookplates. Includes: TWAIN, MARK. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur''s Court, 1889,

Lot: 92 - MACLEAN. NORMAN A River Runs Through It and Other

MACLEAN. NORMAN A River Runs Through It and Other Stories. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, [1976]. First edition, first printing, with the "adways" misprint, line 15, page 27, and the ISBN numbers on jacket and copyright page mismatched.

Lot: 93 - McCARTHY, CORMAC Blood Meridian: Or the Evening

McCARTHY, CORMAC Blood Meridian: Or the Evening Redness in the West. New York: Random House, [1985]. Stated first edition, first printing. Publisher''s cloth backed boards, in original dust jacket. Extremely minor rubbing to jacket corners, a fine

Lot: 94 - McCARTHY, CORMAC First editions of the author's

McCARTHY, CORMAC First editions of the author''s first four novels. Each New York: Random House, v.d. Publisher''s cloth, in original dust jackets. Comprising: The Orchard Keeper, 1965, stated first printing, a few creases, chips and splits to

Lot: 95 - SCOTT, WALTER, (Sir) Waverley Novels. First or

SCOTT, WALTER, (Sir) Waverley Novels. First or early editions. Edinburgh & London: various publishers, 1808-1832. 74 volumes, uniformly bound in three-quarters brown morocco by Rivière & Son, all edges gilt. Various sizes, the largest 7

Lot: 96 - SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD Androcles and the Lion,

SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD Androcles and the Lion, Overruled, Pygmalion. London: Constable, 1916. First edition, inscribed "To Charles Ricketts from Bernard Shaw. 14th July 1916," the William Randolph Hearst copy. Publisher''s cloth, housed in morocco

Lot: 97 - SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE Works. London: Julian

SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE Works. London: Julian Editions, 1927. One of 780 copies. Ten volumes, publisher''s vellum backed green cloth, leather labels, top edge gilt. 9 3/8 x 6 1/8 inches (24.5 x 16 cm). Minimal wear, in all a fine set, Sotheran''s

Lot: 98 - [SIGNED BOOKS] Group of thirteen signed limited

[SIGNED BOOKS] Group of thirteen signed limited editions, including low numbered copies of works by Vidal, Mailer, etc. Mostly New York: Random House, v.d. Each publisher''s cloth, all but one in slipcase. A few spines faded, sound copies overall.

Lot: 99 - [SIGNED BOOKS] Miscellany of books signed or

[SIGNED BOOKS] Miscellany of books signed or inscribed for Howard Kaminsky. Comprising: KAZAN, ELIA. Acts of Love, Knopf, 1987, first edition with a full page inscription to Kaminsky, cloth in dust jacket; PUZO, MARIO. Fools Die, Putnam, 1978,

Lot: 100 - STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll

STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. London: Longman, Green, and Co., 1886. First English edition (preceded by the American edition by four days). Publisher''s peach cloth, folding cloth case. 7 1/8 x 4 1/2 inches (18 x

Lot: 101 - TWAIN, MARK (=SAMUEL CLEMENS) The Adventures of

TWAIN, MARK (=SAMUEL CLEMENS) The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. New York: Charles L. Webster, 1885. First edition, with earliest available issue points (see below). Publisher''s pictorial cloth, housed in morocco backed slipcase. 8 1/2 x 6 1/2

Lot: 102 - WAUGH, EVELYN Scoop: A novel About Journalists.

WAUGH, EVELYN Scoop: A novel About Journalists. London: Chapman & Hall, 1938. First edition, inscribed by Waugh on the front flyleaf, first issue with indistinct ''8'' in the publication date and ''as'' in last line of p. 88. Publisher''s faux

Lot: 103 - WILDE, OSCAR The Importance of Being Earnest. A

WILDE, OSCAR The Importance of Being Earnest. A Trivial Comedy for Serious People. London: Leonard Smithers, 1899. First edition, one of 1000 copies. Publisher''s lavender cloth stamped in gilt, housed in morocco backed slipcase. 8 1/4 x 6 inches

Lot: 104 - WILDER, THORNTON The Bridge of San Luis Rey. New

WILDER, THORNTON The Bridge of San Luis Rey. New York: Albert & Charles Boni, 1927. First edition, Vincent Starrett''s copy, inscribed by Wilder to Starrett in April 1929, additionally signed by Starrett on the half-title and with his bookplate.

Lot: 105 - [ARCHITECTURE] Oppositions: A Journal for Ideas

[ARCHITECTURE] Oppositions: A Journal for Ideas and Criticisms in Architecture. New York: 1973-1984. 26 parts in 24 volumes. Original printed orange wrappers. 9 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches (25 x 21.5 cm); illustrated. Some minor wear and fading to spines.

Lot: 106 - [PHOTOGRAPHY] BECHER, BERNHARD and HILLER. Anonyme

[PHOTOGRAPHY] BECHER, BERNHARD and HILLER. Anonyme Skulturen. A typology of technical constructions. New York: Wittenborn (and Dusseldorf Art Press), [1970]. First American edition. Original blue cloth in dust jacket. 11 x 8 5/8 inches (28 x 22 cm);

Lot: 107 - [ART REFRENCE] CHASTEL, ANDRE. The Vatican

[ART REFRENCE] CHASTEL, ANDRE. The Vatican Frescoes of Michelangelo. New York: Abbeville, 1980. One of 400 copies in English. Two volumes, publisher''s half red leather, housed in the clamshell case of issue, accompanied by a portfolio of plates in

Lot: 108 - AVEDON, RICHARD Photographs 1947-1977. New York:

AVEDON, RICHARD Photographs 1947-1977. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, [1978]. First edition, inscribed by Avedon on the recto and verso of the front blank to Judy and Sam Peabody. Original binding with printed acetate jacket. 14 x 10 1/2

Lot: 109 - AVEDON, RICHARD An Autobiography. New York: Random

AVEDON, RICHARD An Autobiography. New York: Random House/Eastman Kodak, [1993]. Stated first edition, signed and dated 27 September 1993 by Avedon on the front free endpaper. Publisher''s cloth lettered in red, in original printed acetate jacket. 14

Lot: 110 - BECKETT, SAMUEL & LE BROCQUY, LOUIS (illustrator)

BECKETT, SAMUEL & LE BROCQUY, LOUIS (illustrator) Stirrings Still. New York & London: Blue Moon Books/John Calder, [1988]. First edition, number 39 of 200 copies signed by both Beckett and illustrator Louis Le Brocquy. Original parchment

Lot: 111 - [BECKETT, SAMUEL-IRISH AUTHORS] LE BROCQUY, LOUIS.

[BECKETT, SAMUEL-IRISH AUTHORS] LE BROCQUY, LOUIS. Eight Irish Writers. Dublin: [Maeght], 1981. Number 23 of 25 hors-commerce copies for institutional and private circulation with each lithograph numbered and signed by Le Brocquy (the full edition

Lot: 112 - [CHAGALL, MARC] CAIN, JULIEN. The Lithographs of

[CHAGALL, MARC] CAIN, JULIEN. The Lithographs of Chagall. Monte Carlo: Andre Sauret, [1960]. The first volume of the catalogue raisonné of Chagall lithographs. Original tan cloth stamped in black, with lithographic dust jacket, slipcase. 12 3/4

Lot: 113 - [CHAGALL, MARC] LASSAIGNE, JACQUES. Chagall.

[CHAGALL, MARC] LASSAIGNE, JACQUES. Chagall. Paris: Maeght Editeur, (1957). First edition, first issue (from the edition of 6,000), with the pink tone in the bouquet of the frontispiece. Paper over boards (with a lithographed design by Chagall),

Lot: 114 - [CHAGALL, MARC] SORLIER, CHARLES. Les Affiches de

[CHAGALL, MARC] SORLIER, CHARLES. Les Affiches de Marc Chagall. Paris: Draeger-Vilo, [1975]. Extensively inscribed in French by Marc Chagall, ten lines in his hand, dated 15/5 1975. Original blue cloth stamped in white, with dust jacket. 12 3/4 x 9

Lot: 115 - [CHAGALL, MARC] CAIN, JULIEN. The Lithographs of

[CHAGALL, MARC] CAIN, JULIEN. The Lithographs of Chagall. Monte Carlo: André Sauret, [1960]. The first volume of the catalogue raisonné of Chagall''s lithographs. Original tan cloth stamped in black, with lithographic dust jacket. 12 3/4 x

Lot: 116 - [CHAGALL, MARC] WAHL, JEAN. Illustrations for the

[CHAGALL, MARC] WAHL, JEAN. Illustrations for the Bible by Marc Chagall. New York: A. Zwemmer, 1956 ( Verve 33/34). Original lithographed boards. 14 x 10 1/2 inches (35 x 26 cm); with seventeen original lithographs in color (including the title) and

Lot: 117 - [CHAGALL, MARC] CAIN, JULIEN. The Lithographs of

[CHAGALL, MARC] CAIN, JULIEN. The Lithographs of Chagall. Monte Carlo: André Sauret, [1960]. The first volume of the catalogue raisonné of Chagall''s lithographs. Original tan cloth stamped in black, with lithographic dust jacket. 12 3/4 x

Lot: 118 - [DEGAS] LEMOISNE, PAUL-ANDRE. Degas at son Oeuvre.

[DEGAS] LEMOISNE, PAUL-ANDRE. Degas at son Oeuvre. Paris: P. Brame et C.M. de Hauke, aux Arts et metiers graphiques, [1946-1949]. Number 819 of 980 copies. Publisher''s blue cloth. 12 1/2 x 10 inches (32 x 24.5 cm); illustrated. Very minor

Lot: 119 - HOCKNEY, DAVID Hockney's Alphabet. London: Faber &

HOCKNEY, DAVID Hockney''s Alphabet. London: Faber & Faber, 1991. Number 104 of 250 numbered copies for sale. Bound in quarter vellum with handmade Fabriano Roma paper sides, housed in matching box. 12 5/8 x 9 5/8 inches (32 x 24.5 cm);

Lot: 120 - KIEFER, ANSELM (b. 1945) Die Ungeborenen.

KIEFER, ANSELM (b. 1945) Die Ungeborenen. Paris: Yvon Lambert, 2002. First edition, copy 73 of 108 examples for sale signed by Kiefer in pencil (plus 20 hors commerce, ten artist copies, ten unnumbered copies ad personam, and ten copies from an

Lot: 121 - [PICASSO, PABLO] ARISTOPHANES. Lysistrata. A new

[PICASSO, PABLO] ARISTOPHANES. Lysistrata. A new version by Gilbert Seldes... Limited Editions Club: New York, 1934. One of 1,500 copies signed by Pablo Picasso. Original pictorial boards, without slipcase. 11 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches (24 x 29 cm); 6

Lot: 122 - PICASSO, PABLO Picasso and the Human Comedy. A

PICASSO, PABLO Picasso and the Human Comedy. A Suite of 180 Drawings by Picasso. New York: Harcourt, Brace, (1954). The American edition of this double issue of Verve, 29/30, with an essay by Michel Leiris. Publisher''s lithographic boards with the

Lot: 123 - [PICASSO, PABLO] SABARTES, JAIME. Picasso:

[PICASSO, PABLO] SABARTES, JAIME. Picasso: Toreros. New York and Monte Carlo: George Braziller/André Sauret, [1961]. First American edition. Original red publisher''s cloth stamped with designs after Picasso in black, in dust jacket. 9 1/2 x 12

Lot: 124 - ZERBE, JEROME (photographer) John Perona's El

ZERBE, JEROME (photographer) John Perona''s El Morocco Family Album. New York: Federal Printing Service, 1937. First edition. Original blue cloth stamped in white, zebra striped endpapers. 14 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches (36 x 27 cm); photographs after

Lot: 125 - [JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGN] Group of four

[JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGN] Group of four unpublished collections of Japanese late 19th and early 20th century Japanese textile swatches. Undated: likely 1890-1930s. Wrappers or cloth. The largest album 12 x 7 1/2 inches (30 x 19 cm). Some wear and

Lot: 126 - [JAPANESE TEXTILE] TATSUMURA, HEIZO. Meibutsugire.

[JAPANESE TEXTILE] TATSUMURA, HEIZO. Meibutsugire. [Collection of 24 folding sleeves issued by the Textile Treasures Society] Kyoto: Shokuhokai, Taiso 10 et seq. i.e. 1921-[1923]. 24 parts, folding paper sleeves stamped with the series title and the

Lot: 127 - [JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums for textile designs

[JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums for textile designs Kyoto: 1920s? Original Japanese binding in accordion-fold with title on calligraphic labels, in wrap-around chemise. 13 x 9 inches (23 x 13 cm); with 25 superb tipped-in color woodblock plates, plus

Lot: 128 - [JAPANESE DESIGN] Group of four albums of designs

[JAPANESE DESIGN] Group of four albums of designs inspired by folktales and festivals. Kyoto?: 1930s? (no publication information located). Original Japanese bindings of gray cloth with ties at the spines, titles on calligraphic labels on upper

Lot: 129 - [JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGN] Albums of kimono and

[JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGN] Albums of kimono and textile designs Kyoto: 1918-1930s. Five volumes, original Japanese bindings in accordion-fold form with titles on calligraphic labels. The largest 14 1/2 x 10 inches (39 x 28.5 cm); both with 21 color

Lot: 130 - [JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGN] Group of eleven works on

[JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGN] Group of eleven works on textile design; and three with textile swatches. Kyoto and Tokyo: 1900-1930s. Various sizes: all but the swatch books beautifully printed in color woodblock. Some wear, soiling, a few becoming

Lot: 131 - [JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums for textile designs

[JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums for textile designs Kyoto?: 1930s? Original Japanese binding in accordion-fold with block-printed lilac cloth, titles on calligraphic labels, in wrap-around chemise. 10 1/8 x 14 1/8 inches (16 x 36 cm); 25 color woodblock

Lot: 132 - [JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums of textile designs Kyoto:

[JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums of textile designs Kyoto: 1930s? Three volumes, original Japanese bindings in accordion-fold with block-printed paper on the upper cover, titles on calligraphic labels. 14 5/8 x 11 5/8 inches (37 x 29.5 cm); 15 plates per

Lot: 133 - [JAPANESE DESIGN] Group of four albums. Kyoto?;

[JAPANESE DESIGN] Group of four albums. Kyoto?; 1930s? Four albums bound with silk covers in leporello form, label on upper covers, the whole housed in a wrap-around chemise. 13 3/4 x 9 inches (25 x 22.5 cm); 25 color woodblock plates in each volume

Lot: 134 - [JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGN] TATSUKICHI, FUJII.

[JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGN] TATSUKICHI, FUJII. Sosaku Senshoku Zuanshu. [A collection of designs for Dyework]. Tokyo and Osaka: Bungado, Showa 8 [1933]. Decorative cloth covered chitsu case with a printed decorative label. 15 1/4 x 11 inches (41 x 31

Lot: 135 - [JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums for textile designs

[JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums for textile designs Kyoto?: 1930s? Two volumes, original Japanese bindings in accordion-fold with block-printed covers, titles on calligraphic labels, in wrap-around chemise. 13 x 9 inches (23 x 13 cm); each 24 color

Lot: 136 - [JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums for textile designs

[JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums for textile designs Kyoto: 1930s? Two volumes, original Japanese bindings in accordion-fold form with title on calligraphic labels, numbered 1 and 2 in Japanese. 16 x 7 1/2 inches (41 x 19 cm); each with 12 superb color

Lot: 137 - [JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums of kimono and textile

[JAPANESE DESIGN] Albums of kimono and textile designs Kyoto: 1930s. Two volumes, original Japanese bindings in accordion-fold form with titles on calligraphic labels, one in chemise. 15 1/4 x 11 1/8 inches (39 x 28.5 cm); both with 21 plates

Lot: 138 - [JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGN] [Kacho-Chu]. Album

[JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGN] [Kacho-Chu]. Album containing 25 mounted designs of birds amid abstract floral settings. [Kyoto?: n.d., circa 1930s]. Green silk brocade, upper cover with mounted calligraphic label, in leporello form. 16 1/4 x 12 1/4

Lot: 139 - [JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGNS] Group of ten portfolios

[JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGNS] Group of ten portfolios of textile designs. Kyoto?: 1930s. Each part 15 1/2 x 12 1/4 inches (39 x 31 cm): approximately 65 plates (of more?), each exquisitely printed in color woodblock, with a card overlay in the shape of

Lot: 140 - [JAPANESE DESIGN] [Designs for the interior of a

[JAPANESE DESIGN] [Designs for the interior of a traditional house]. Kyoto: 1935 Original Japanese binding in accordion-fold form with titles on calligraphic labels. 9 3/4 x 10 3/8 inches (24.5 x 36.5 cm); with preliminary and terminal text and 27

Lot: 141 - [JAPANESE DESIGN] Five works [Designs for fans]

[JAPANESE DESIGN] Five works [Designs for fans] Kyoto: 1930s. Original Japanese bindings in accordion-fold form with titles on calligraphic labels. The largest 13 1/2 x 11 inches (34 x 28 cm); with very fine color woodblock designs. Slight soil to

Lot: 142 - [JAPANESE DESIGN-KIMONOS] Fifteen works on kimonos

[JAPANESE DESIGN-KIMONOS] Fifteen works on kimonos and their design Kyoto: 1930s. Original Japanese bindings in accordion-fold form with titles on calligraphic labels. The largest 16 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (41.5 x 37 cm); generally illustrated with

Lot: 143 - [DESIGN] Two matching albums of designs based on

[DESIGN] Two matching albums of designs based on Japanese braided knotwork ( hanamusubi). Each in pictorial wrappers, Japanese leporello binding ( orihon). 10 x 15 inches (25 x 37.5 cm); each with a calligraphic title and 18 color woodblock designs,

Lot: 144 - [JAPANESE KIMONO DESIGN] Group of two albums.

[JAPANESE KIMONO DESIGN] Group of two albums. Kyoto?; before 1946. Two albums bound with silk covers, label on upper covers, accordion-fold, the whole housed in a wrap-around chemise. 14 1/2 x 11 1/4 inches (37 x 28.5 cm); 25 color woodblock plates

Lot: 145 - [CHINESE PAINTING] QI BAISHI; CHEN BANDING and

[CHINESE PAINTING] QI BAISHI; CHEN BANDING and others. Beijing Rongbaozhai Xinjishi Qianpu. Peking: Guoji Shudian, [1953]. Two volumes in publisher''s brocade cloth case. 12 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches (31 x 21.5 cm); each 64 ff., with 60 woodcut

Lot: 146 - [BACKGAMMON] Four works. Comprising: Back-Gammon

[BACKGAMMON] Four works. Comprising: Back-Gammon or the Battle of the Friars. London: 1734. First edition. Later half leather. Frontispiece. Toned, else fine; Le Grand Trictrac. Paris: 1766. Nouvelle edition. Contemporary calf. Illustrated.

Lot: 147 - [BIBLE] The Holy Bible, containing the Old

[BIBLE] The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament and the New... Cambridge: John Baskerville, 1763. First Baskerville edition, one of approximately 1,250 copies, separate title page for New Testament also dated 1763. Early 19th century morocco

Lot: 148 - [EARLY PRINTING] [ARISTOTLE]. Aristotelis de

[EARLY PRINTING] [ARISTOTLE]. Aristotelis de moribus ad nicomachus. lib. X. Paris: Guil. Morell for Adrianus Turnebus [Adrien Turnèbe], 1555. 18th century diced brown morocco, covers attractively gilt, leather spine label, six raised bands, all

Lot: 149 - [EARLY PRINTING] [HESYCHIUS OF ALEXANDRIA].

[EARLY PRINTING] [HESYCHIUS OF ALEXANDRIA]. Hesychii Dictionarium. Florence: Haeredes Phillippi Iuntae [i.e. Heirs of Philippe Giunta], 1520. The second edition. 17th century calf, raised bands, gilt tooled spine, all edges speckled. 12 1/4 x 8 1/4

Lot: 150 - [EARLY PRINTING]. SOPHOCLES. Sophoclis tragoediae

[EARLY PRINTING]. SOPHOCLES. Sophoclis tragoediae septem... Geneva: Henri Estienne, 1568. 17th century full mottled calf, raised bands, leather spine label, all edge stained red. 10 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches (26 x 15.5 cm); [8], 461, [1]; 142, [i.e. 242],

Lot: 151 - [EARLY PRINTING] DEMOSTHENES. Demosthenous logoi,

[EARLY PRINTING] DEMOSTHENES. Demosthenous logoi, kai prooimia demegorika, kai epistolai... Paris: Ioannem Benenatum i.e. Bienné, 1570. Later half-leather over cloth covered boards, all edges gilt. 13 x 8 5/8 inches (33 x 22 cm); (52) 798 (2)

Lot: 152 - [EARLY PRINTING] ARRIANUS, FLAVIUS. De expedit.

[EARLY PRINTING] ARRIANUS, FLAVIUS. De expedit. Alex. magni, historiarum libri VIII. [i.e. De expeditioni sive rebus gestis Alexandri]. Geneva: H. Estienne, 1575. Contemporary full calf, raised bands, leather spine label, all edge speckled. 13 x 8

Lot: 153 - JOHNSON, SAMUEL Dictionary of the English

JOHNSON, SAMUEL Dictionary of the English Language. London: Strahan, 1773. Fourth edition, the final edited by Johnson in his lifetime. Two volumes. Contemporary reversed calf. 16 5/8 x 10 inches (42 x 25 cm); titles in black and red. The bindings

Lot: 154 - [MANUSCRIPT] Full-page illumination of Job on the

[MANUSCRIPT] Full-page illumination of Job on the dunghill extracted from a manuscript Book of Hours. Southeastern France (likely Aix or Marseilles): second quarter of the fifteenth century. 5 x 3 1/4 inches (125 x 83 mm); verso hors texte. A very

Lot: 155 - [ROWLANDSON, THOMAS, attributed to] Two drawings.

[ROWLANDSON, THOMAS, attributed to] Two drawings. Each titled on verso cards Comparison Between Man and Bird, each a sepia pen and ink drawing on paper with manuscript text below image, unsigned, each sheet approximately 4 x 7 inches (10.5 x 17.5

Lot: 156 - SMITH, ADAM An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes

SMITH, ADAM An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. Edinburgh and London: Adam Black and William Tair/Longman, Rees [etc.], 1828. Four volumes, full deep rose armorial morocco of the period with the binders''s label of

Lot: 157 - [COLOR PLATE] WILLIAMSON, THOMAS. Oriental Field

[COLOR PLATE] WILLIAMSON, THOMAS. Oriental Field Sports... London: H.R. Young, 1819. Second edition. Two volumes, full green period morocco with a sporting motif, all edges gilt. 12 3/4 x 9 inches (32.5 x 23 cm); volume I: engraved title, xvi

Lot: 158 - MAUND, BENJAMIN The Botanic Garden: consisting of

MAUND, BENJAMIN The Botanic Garden: consisting of highly finished representations of hardy ornamental flowering plants cultivated in Great Britain... Vol. I-IV. London: Simpkin & Marshall, 1825-6 to 1831-2. First editions. Four volumes bound in

Lot: 159 - PYNE, WILLIAM HENRY The History of the Royal

PYNE, WILLIAM HENRY The History of the Royal Residences of Windsor Castle, St. James''s Palace, Carlton House, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court, Buckingham House, and Frogmore. London: A. Dry, 1819. First edition. Three volumes. Contemporary pebbled

Lot: 160 - ALKEN, HENRY Fox Hunting.

ALKEN, HENRY Fox Hunting. London: S. & J. Fuller, 1 February 1813. First edition, first issue. Bound in modern three-quarters morocco, tan cloth sides in matching slipcase. 16 3/4 x 21 inches (41 x 51 cm); the series of four hand-colored

Lot: 161 - ALKEN, HENRY The Beauties and Defects in the

ALKEN, HENRY The Beauties and Defects in the Figure of the Horse... London: S. & J. Fuller, [1816]. First edition. Original boards, rebacked. 10 x 7 inches (25 x 17 cm); engraved title, 18 hand-colored plates with accompanying text. Boards very

Lot: 162 - ALKEN, HENRY Illustrations for Landscape Scenery.

ALKEN, HENRY Illustrations for Landscape Scenery. London: S. and J. Fuller, 1821. Period (publisher''s?) boards with paste-label. 8 1/8 x 10 1/2 inches (21 x 17 cm); title, 24 hand-colored engraved plates most interleaved with tissue. Corners a

Lot: 163 - ALKEN, HENRY Scraps from the Sketch-Book of...

ALKEN, HENRY Scraps from the Sketch-Book of... London: Thomas M''Lean, 1821. Full 20th century red levant morocco gilt by J. Larkin, all edges gilt. 10 1/8 x 8 1/4 inches (26 x 21 cm); title-leaf, 42 hand-colored soft-ground etchings. One corner of

Lot: 164 - ALKEN, HENRY [Moments of Fancy]. [London: Thomas

ALKEN, HENRY [Moments of Fancy]. [London: Thomas McLean, 1822-from plate]. Modern three-quarters morocco with leather titling-piece on upper cover (the original retained and mounted to the front paste-down). 10 3/4 x 15 5/8 inches (27.5 x 40 cm);

Lot: 165 - [ALKEN, HENRY] The Sporting Repository, containing

[ALKEN, HENRY] The Sporting Repository, containing Horse-Racing, Hunting, Coursing ... Pugilism. London: Thomas McLean, 1822. First edition. Three-quarters red morocco, cloth sides, all edges gilt. 9 x 5 3/4 inches (23 x 15 cm); viii, 540 pp., with

Lot: 166 - ALKEN, HENRY Military Sketches. London: T. McLean,

ALKEN, HENRY Military Sketches. London: T. McLean, 1823 (sheets dated 1822). Modern panelled calf, the original binding label preserved on the front blank. 11 1/2 x 9 inches (23 x 29 cm); with hand-colored lithographed title and 14 (of 15?) sheets

Lot: 167 - ALKEN, HENRY Alken's New Sketch-Book.

ALKEN, HENRY Alken''s New Sketch-Book. London: S. and J. Fuller, n.d. (1823 from plate imprint). First edition, the scarcer folio issue. Period half calf, marbled boards, green leather label on upper cover with title and author. 8 5/8 x x 11 1/4

Lot: 168 - ALKEN, HENRY A Touch at the Fine Arts. London:

ALKEN, HENRY A Touch at the Fine Arts. London: Thomas M''Lean, 1824. First edition. Full scarlet morocco by Morrell, lettered in gilt with the title and author on the upper cover. 10 7/8 x 7 5/8 inches (27.5 x 19 cm); title, 12 hand-colored engraved

Lot: 169 - ALKEN, HENRY Sporting Scrap Book.

ALKEN, HENRY Sporting Scrap Book. London: Thomas M''Lean, 1824. First edition, the scarcer folio issue. Period (publisher''s?) pink boards, red roan spine, red leather label on upper cover. 10 x 14 1/2 inches (25.5 x 37 cm); title, 49 hand-colored

Lot: 170 - ALKEN, HENRY Characteristic Sketches of Hunting

ALKEN, HENRY Characteristic Sketches of Hunting with caricatures of Middlesex sporting. [London: J. Dickinson, 1825-from imprint]. Two volumes. both publisher''s cloth backed wraps with mounted title labels, housed in a handsome morocco clamshell

Lot: 171 - ALKEN, HENRY [One of the Flowers of our Hunt].

ALKEN, HENRY [One of the Flowers of our Hunt]. [London: Rudolph Ackerman, 1851]. Suite of six hand-colored aquatints engraved by J. Harris after Alken. Three-quarters modern red morocco with title label on upper cover, with the six plates in card

Lot: 172 - [ALKEN, HENRY] "NIMROD" [=APPERLEY, CHARLES J.].

[ALKEN, HENRY] "NIMROD" [=APPERLEY, CHARLES J.]. Memoirs of the life of the late John Mytton, Esq. of Halston, Shropshire ... with notices of his hunting, shooting, driving, racing, eccentric and extravagant exploits. London: R. Ackermann, 1851.

Lot: 173 - "NIMROD" [=APPERLEY, CHARLES J.] Memoirs of the

"NIMROD" [=APPERLEY, CHARLES J.] Memoirs of the life of the late John Mytton, Esq. of Halston, Shropshire ... with notices of his hunting, shooting, driving, racing, eccentric and extravagant exploits. London: R. Ackermann, 1837. Stated second

Lot: 174 - BLACKMANTLE, BERNARD [=WESTMACOTT, CHARLES MOLLOY]

BLACKMANTLE, BERNARD [=WESTMACOTT, CHARLES MOLLOY] The English Spy: An Original Work, Characteristic, Satirical and Humorous... London: Sherwood, Jones, and Co., 1825-1826. First edition in book form. Two volumes, full brown crushed levant morocco

Lot: 175 - BOOK'EM, ROGER [artist=FORRESTER, ALFRED HENRY

BOOK''EM, ROGER [artist=FORRESTER, ALFRED HENRY i.e. CROWQUILL] Paris and Dover; or, To and Fro; a Picturesque Excursion: Being a Bird''s-eye Notion of a Few ''Men and Things.'' London: H. Fores, 1821. Publisher''s boards with label, "Price

Lot: 176 - [EGAN, PIERCE] Three finely bound titles.

[EGAN, PIERCE] Three finely bound titles. Comprising: Real Life in London. London: Jones, 1823-24. Two volumes. Fine full red morocco gilt by Morrell with boxing motif to spines, all edges gilt. 8 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches (21.5 x 13 cm); hand-colored

Lot: 177 - COMBE, WILLIAM A History of Madeira ...

COMBE, WILLIAM A History of Madeira ... illustrative of the Costumes, Manners, and Occupations of the Inhabitants. London: R. Ackermann, 1821. Original black turkey-backed boards, smooth gilt spine, uncut; folding cloth case. (27.5 x 19. 25 cm); vi,

Lot: 178 - COX, DAVID A Treatise on Landscape Painting and

COX, DAVID A Treatise on Landscape Painting and Effect in Water Colours: from the first rudiments to the finished picture: with examples in Outline, Effect and Colouring. London: S and J. Fuller, at the Temple of Fancy, 1814. First edition, second

Lot: 179 - [COLOR PLATE] Foreign Field Sports: Fisheries,

[COLOR PLATE] Foreign Field Sports: Fisheries, Sporting Anecdotes &c. &c. from drawings by Messrs. Howitt, Atkinson, Clark, Manskirch &c. bound with Field Sports &c &c of the Native Inhabitants of New South Wales... London:

Lot: 180 - FRANKLAND, ROBERT (Sir) Indispensable

FRANKLAND, ROBERT (Sir) Indispensable Accomplishments. London: H. Humphrey, St. James St., June 24, 1811 (from plate). Late 19th century three-quarters red morocco and cloth. 9 7/8 x 13 3/4 inches (25.5 x 35.5 cm); engraved title (four lines of

Lot: 181 - FROST, A.[RTHUR] B.[URDETT] The Day's Shooting.

FROST, A.[RTHUR] B.[URDETT] The Day''s Shooting. Six Pictures... New York: Charles Scribner''s Sons, 1903. Publisher''s cardboard case, housed in a modern green clamshell case with leather label. 24 x 18 3/4 inches (61 x 27.5 cm) mounts; six mounted

Lot: 182 - HEATH, HENRY The Sporting Alphabet. London:

HEATH, HENRY The Sporting Alphabet. London: Charles Tilt, [ circa 1830]. Original hand-colored pictorial boards. 6 3/8 x 4 1/4 inches (16 x 10.5 cm); with colored etched title and 24 plates (I, J and U, V are on the same plates). Cropped (though as

Lot: 183 - HEATH, W.[ILLIAM] Good Dinners. Dress'd by W.

HEATH, W.[ILLIAM] Good Dinners. Dress''d by W. Heath and Served by Thos. McLean at the Hotel in the Haymarket. London: Thomas McLean, 1824. First edition. 19th century pigskin with the devices in gilt of Henry Arthur Johnstone, full leather

Lot: 184 - [HENDERSON, CHARLES COOPER] Road Scrapings [cover

[HENDERSON, CHARLES COOPER] Road Scrapings [cover title]. [London: N. Calvert and Fores, c.1840.]. Contemporary publishers quarter red sheep with grey boards, printed illustration and title on upper cover. 11 3/8 x 16 inches (29 x 39 cm); 12

Lot: 185 - IRELAND, SAMUEL Picturesque Views, with an

IRELAND, SAMUEL Picturesque Views, with an Historical Account of the Inns of Court... London: C. Clarke for Faulder and Edgerton, 1800. Period green half morocco, marbled sides. First edition, large-paper copy. 13 x 9 1/4 inches (33 x 234 cm); xvi,

Lot: 186 - MUDFORD, WILLIAM An Historical Account of the

MUDFORD, WILLIAM An Historical Account of the Campaign in the Netherlands in 1815... London: Henry Colburn, 1817. First edition, Period three-quarters red morocco, marbled sides, all edges marbled. 1 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches (32 x 27 cm); xx, 368 pp.,

Lot: 187 - NEWHOUSE, C.B. [Scenes on the Road]-cover title.

NEWHOUSE, C.B. [Scenes on the Road]-cover title. [London: T. McLean, 1834-5]. Publisher''s sand-grained cloth, blind panel on upper cover lettered "Scenes from the road. 11 x 15 1/8 inches (28 x 38.25 cm); eighteen hand-colored aquatint plates (no

Lot: 188 - [PANORAMA] [ALKEN, HENRY and SALA, GEORGE

[PANORAMA] [ALKEN, HENRY and SALA, GEORGE AUGUSTUS]. The Funeral Procession of Arthur Duke of Wellington.]--cover title. [London: Ackermann & Co.] (imprinted in blind on the upper cover) circa 1852. Publisher''s red cloth case, upper cover

Lot: 189 - [PANORAMA] Line of March of a Bengal Regiment of

[PANORAMA] Line of March of a Bengal Regiment of Infantry [in Scinde-from cover]. London: Ackermann & Co, n.d. [ circa 1830]. Publisher''s purple cloth sleeve stamped in blind and titled in gilt, retaining flaps. 3 1/8 x 12 3/4 inches (7.75 x 32

Lot: 190 - [PANORAMA] Bengal Troops on the Line of March. A

[PANORAMA] Bengal Troops on the Line of March. A panoramic sketch by an Officer of that Army London: Day and Hague, [ circa 1835]. Panorama drum with pasted lithographic design of an Indian military scene, with lid; house in custom slipcase. Each

Lot: 191 - POLLARD, JAMES [Coaching Subjects].

POLLARD, JAMES [Coaching Subjects]. London: R. Pollard (etc.), 1819-1823. Brown quarter morocco with blue morocco gilt cover label, gilt edges, brown buckram slipcase. 20 x 16 inches (50 x 37.5 cm); 6 hand-colored aquatint plates by and after

Lot: 192 - [ROWLANDSON, THOMAS] The Tour of Doctor Syntax.

[ROWLANDSON, THOMAS] The Tour of Doctor Syntax. London: R. Ackermann, [1812]-20-[21]. First editions of all three volumes of Combe''s Doctor Syntax, the first issue of volume I, the second of volume II. Includes The Tour of Doctor Syntax in Search

Lot: 193 - [ROWLANDSON, THOMAS] Group of three works

[ROWLANDSON, THOMAS] Group of three works illustrated by Rowlandson. GOLDSMITH, OLIVER. The Vicar of Wakefield. London: Ackermann, 1823; Together with [COMBE, WILLIAM]. The History of Johnny Quae Genus. London: R. Ackermann, 1822; And [Idem.]

Lot: 194 - ROWLANDSON, THOMAS Rowlandson's Characteristic

ROWLANDSON, THOMAS Rowlandson''s Characteristic Sketches of the Lower Orders, intended as a companion to the New Picture of London. London: printed [by W. Clowes] for Samuel Leigh, 1820. First edition. 19th century three-quarters red morocco gilt,

Lot: 195 - ROWLANDSON, THOMAS Rowlandson's World in Miniature

ROWLANDSON, THOMAS Rowlandson''s World in Miniature consisting of groups of figures, for the illustration of Landscape Scenery. Drawn and etched by... London: R. Ackermann, 1816. Full burgundy morocco by Rivière, top edge gilt. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2

Lot: 196 - [ROWLANDSON, THOMAS] ENGELBACH, LEWIS. Naples and

[ROWLANDSON, THOMAS] ENGELBACH, LEWIS. Naples and the Campagna Felice in a Series of Letters. London: R. Ackermann, 1815. Full 20th century apple green morocco, spine richly gilt, top edge gilt. 9 3/4 x 6 1/4 inches (25 x 26 cm); 4, 400 pp., 6 ff.

Lot: 197 - (ROWLANDSON, THOMAS) Petticoat Loose: A

(ROWLANDSON, THOMAS) Petticoat Loose: A Fragmentary "Tale of the Castle." Embellished with Plates. London: J.J. Stockdale, 1812. First edition. Early cloth backed with blue morocco, original wrappers bound-in with paper label. 11 x 8 1/2 inches (28

Lot: 198 - SOMERVILLE, EDITH Slipper's A.B.C. of Fox Hunting.

SOMERVILLE, EDITH Slipper''s A.B.C. of Fox Hunting. London [etc.]: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1903. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial cloth. 15 x 12 1/4 inches (38 x 31 cm); [85], 1 pp., 20 color plates printed by Edmund Evans, with accompanying

Lot: 199 - STEELE, MILFORD H. Sporting Incidents: Being a

STEELE, MILFORD H. Sporting Incidents: Being a Collection of Sixteen Plates done in color with numerous smaller cuts representing the most important events of the track field and road... New York: Henry T. Thomas 1893-[94]. One of 1,000 sets. Loose

Lot: 200 - [ANGLING] The Gentleman Angler. Containing short,

[ANGLING] The Gentleman Angler. Containing short, plain and easy instructions, whereby the most ignorant beginner may, in a little time, become a perfect artist in Angling for Salmon, Salmon-Peal, Trout, Pike, Carp, Perch, Barbel, Tench, Bream,

Lot: 201 - [ANGLING] The Whole Art of Fishing; Being a

[ANGLING] The Whole Art of Fishing; Being a Collection and Improvement of All that Has Been Written upon This Subject, with Many New Experiments To which Is Added the Laws of Angling. London: E. Curll, 1714. First edition. Full calf (by Thomas

Lot: 202 - ANDREWS, WILLIAM LORING Treatyse of Fysshynge with

ANDREWS, WILLIAM LORING Treatyse of Fysshynge with an Angle. From the Book of St. Albans. With an Introductory Essay on the Contemplative Man''s favorite recreation. New York: Scribner''s, 1903. "Printed at the Gilliss Press from type cast specially

Lot: 203 - BOWLKER, RICHARD The art of angling improved, in

BOWLKER, RICHARD The art of angling improved, in all its parts, especially fly-fishing: A particular Account of the several Sorts of Fresh-Water Fish, with their most proper Baits. Also The Names, Colours, and Seasons of all the most Useful Flies...

Lot: 204 - BOWLKER, RICHARD [or Charles Bowlker] The Art of

BOWLKER, RICHARD [or Charles Bowlker] The Art of Angling Improved in All Its parts, Especially Fly-Fishing; Containing a Particular Account of the Several Sorts of Freshwater Fish, with Their Most Proper Baits; Also, the Names, Colors, and Seasons

Lot: 205 - BOWLKER, CHARLES The Art of Anging; or, Compleat

BOWLKER, CHARLES The Art of Anging; or, Compleat Fly Fisher... Birmingham: Swinney & Walker, 1792. Sixth edition. Contemporary (publisher''s?) stiff blue wrappers. 6 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches (17.5 x 10.5 cm); xii, 118, [2] pp.; frontispiece. Affixed

Lot: 206 - BROWN, JOHN J. The American angler's guide. Being

BROWN, JOHN J. The American angler''s guide. Being a compilation from the works of popular English authors, from Walton to the present time; together with the opinions and practices of the best American anglers: containing every variety of mode

Lot: 207 - COTTON, CHARLES Poems on several occasions.

COTTON, CHARLES Poems on several occasions. London: printed for Tho. Basset, at the George in Fleet-street; Will. Hensman and Tho. Fox, in Westminster-Hall, 1689. First edition, the "Hensman" issue with pp. 782 and 783 correctly numbered. 19th

Lot: 208 - [CHETHAM, JAMES] The Angler's Vade Mecum: or, a

[CHETHAM, JAMES] The Angler''s Vade Mecum: or, a Compendious, yet full, discourse of angling discovering the aptest methods and ways, exactest rules, properest baits, and choicest experiments for the catching all manner of fresh water fish...

Lot: 209 - [CRAWHALL, JOSEPH] Izaak Walton: His Wallet Booke.

[CRAWHALL, JOSEPH] Izaak Walton: His Wallet Booke. London: Field & Tuer, Leadenhall Press, 1885. One of 100 copies, signed in ink by the publishers, this copy 12. Publisher''s vellum stamped in gilt, all edges rough, with cloth pockets as issued

Lot: 210 - ELLIOTT, WILLIAM Carolina Sports, by Land and

ELLIOTT, WILLIAM Carolina Sports, by Land and Water; including incidents of devil-fishing. Charleston, Burges and James, 1846. 20th century speckled calf. 6 12/ x 4 1/4 inches (16.5 x 10.5 cm); 172 pp. A clean, attractive copy. The Edward Sands

Lot: 211 - HOUGHTON, WILLIAM British Fresh-Water Fishes.

HOUGHTON, WILLIAM British Fresh-Water Fishes. London: William Mackenzie, [1879]. Publisher''s half morocco. 15 x 11 inches (38 x 28 cm); xxvi, 204 pp.; 41 fine chromlolithographic plates, with accompanying engraved vignettes in the text. Light

Lot: 212 - NETTLE, RICHARD The Salmon Fisheries of the St.

NETTLE, RICHARD The Salmon Fisheries of the St. Lawrence and its Tributaries. Montreal: John Lovell, 1857. First edition. Publisher''s green cloth. 7 3/8 x 4 inches (18.5 x 11 cm); 144 pp. Slight wear, spine a little faded, though a bright copy

Lot: 213 - [NOBBES, ROBERT] The compleat troller, or, the art

[NOBBES, ROBERT] The compleat troller, or, the art of trolling. With a description of all the utensils, instruments, tackling, and materials requisite thereto: with rules and directions how to use them. As also a brief account of most of the

Lot: 214 - PISCATOR [=LATHY, THOMAS PIKE] The Angler; Poem,

PISCATOR [=LATHY, THOMAS PIKE] The Angler; Poem, in ten cantos: with proper instructions in the art, rules to choose fishing rods, lines, hooks, floats, baits, and to make artificial flies; receipts for pastes, &c... London: printed for W.

Lot: 215 - SANDEMAN, FRASER By Hook and by Crook.

SANDEMAN, FRASER By Hook and by Crook. London: Henry Sotheran, 1892. First edition, one of 100 large paper copies. Publisher''s cream cloth. 10 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches (26 x 19 cm); [x], 255, [1] pp., with 15 plates, including color lithographs of flies.

Lot: 216 - SAUNDERS, JAMES The compleat fisherman. Being a

SAUNDERS, JAMES The compleat fisherman. Being a large and particular account, of all the several ways of fishing now practised in Europe; with abundance of curious secrets and niceties in the art of fishing, as well in the sea, as in lakes, meers,

Lot: 217 - SCROPE, WILLIAM Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing

SCROPE, WILLIAM Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing in the Tweed... London: John Murray, 1843. First edition. Publisher''s green cloth gilt. 10 x 6 1/2 inches (25.5 x 16 cm); xvii, [ii], 298 pp., with [2] pp. adverts; with tinted litho frontispiece,

Lot: 218 - SHIRLEY, THOMAS The Angler's Museum. Or, the Whole

SHIRLEY, THOMAS The Angler''s Museum. Or, the Whole Art of Float and Fly Fishing... London: printed for John Fielding, No. 23, Pater-Noster-Row, [1784?]. First edition. 19th century three-quarters morocco. 6 x 3 5/8 inches (15 x 9 cm); viii, 136

Lot: 219 - [ANGLING] The Gentleman Angler. Containing short,

[ANGLING] The Gentleman Angler. Containing short, plain and easy instructions, whereby the most ignorant beginner may, in a little time, become a perfect artist in Angling ... To which is Added, The Angler''s New Song: The Laws of Angling, and the

Lot: 220 - WILLIAM, JOHN The British angler: or, a

WILLIAM, JOHN The British angler: or, a pocket-companion for gentlemen-fishers. Being a New and Methodical Treatise of the Art of Angling... London: printed for J. Hodges, at the Looking-Glass on London Bridge, 1740. Late 18th century calf,

Lot: 221 - JOHNSON, ELDRIDGE REEVES Tarpomania & Buck Fever.

JOHNSON, ELDRIDGE REEVES Tarpomania & Buck Fever. New York: Frederick William Stack, 1928. Second (?) editions of both works, inscribed by the author on a blank. Full morocco with inlaid white tarpon ornament on upper cover by The French

Lot: 222 - JOHNSON, ELDRIDGE REEVES Tarpomania - The Madness

JOHNSON, ELDRIDGE REEVES Tarpomania - The Madness of Fishing. New York: Frederick William Stack, 1908. First edition, one of a small but unstated number, inscribed by the author on the introduction leaf with a verse to a young lady dated 1908. Full

Lot: 223 - SPENCER-CHURCHILL, EDWARD GEORGE Tarpon Fishing in

SPENCER-CHURCHILL, EDWARD GEORGE Tarpon Fishing in Mexico and Florida. London: Harrison & Sons, [1907]. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial cloth with mounted photograph. 8 5/8 x 6 3/4 inches (21.5 x 17 cm); 27 half-tone plates, photogravure

Lot: 224 - MCALEENAN, JOSEPH Diary kept by Joseph McAleenan

MCALEENAN, JOSEPH Diary kept by Joseph McAleenan of a Cruise for Sword-Fish in the month of July, 1916. New York: privately printed, 1922. One of 50 copies signed by the author, this number 31. Original green cloth gilt. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches (24 x

Lot: 225 - [TARPON] Album of photographs, the upper cover

[TARPON] Album of photographs, the upper cover stamped "L. Morris" and "Florida 1899." Brown buckram, ties at fore-edge, housed in a modern green clamshell case. 8 1/4 x 10 3/4 inches (21 x 28 cm, with twelve large gelatin silver prints of tarpon

Lot: 226 - GRISWOLD, FRANK GRAY The Tarpon.

GRISWOLD, FRANK GRAY The Tarpon. New York: Privately printed (at the Gilliss Press), 1922. First edition, inscribed by Griswold on the front free endpaper, dated 1923. Publisher''s soft leather binding. 8 x 5 1/4 inches (20 x 13.5 cm); 35, [1] pp.

Lot: 227 - BULLOCK, C.A.B. Decades long manuscript journal

BULLOCK, C.A.B. Decades long manuscript journal describing fishing in Musquodoboit Harbour, Nova Scotia and elsewhere. [Musquodoboit Harbour, Nova Scotia and elsewhere: chart dated as early as 1907, the main text dated 1911-1945]. Black limp leather

Lot: 228 - [MICMAC SALMON CLUB]. BAXTER, J.H. [and others]

[MICMAC SALMON CLUB]. BAXTER, J.H. [and others] Fishing record 1886 [cover title]. Quebec: 1886-1888. Original sheep, housed in a fine morocco slipcase and chemise. 192 pp., closely written in divers hands, primarily in pencil, on sheets of a pocket

Lot: 229 - [WHITE, JOHN GRISWOLD] A Souvenir of Wyoming being

[WHITE, JOHN GRISWOLD] A Souvenir of Wyoming being a diary of a fishing trip in Jackson Hole and Yellowstone Park with remarks on early history and historical geography. Cleveland, Ohio: [The author], 1926. One of eight sets published, this William

Lot: 230 - LAVANGA, PAUL Pêche de la Truite dans les

LAVANGA, PAUL Pêche de la Truite dans les Riviéres et étangs des Pyrenées Orientales. Etude sur leau de neige. Influences du temps. Etude sur les Hamecons et Manière de placer les Sauteuses. A Monsieur le vicomte Henry de

Lot: 231 - ALDAM, W. H. A Quaint Treatise on "Flees, and the

ALDAM, W. H. A Quaint Treatise on "Flees, and the Art a Artyfichall Flee Making" by an old man... London: John B. Day, 1876. First edition, second issue, one of approximately 200 copies (of both issues; the first issue bears a title page date of

Lot: 232 - BAINBRIDGE, GEORGE COLE The Fly Fisher's Guide,

BAINBRIDGE, GEORGE COLE The Fly Fisher''s Guide, Illustrated by Coloured Plates, Representing Upwards of Forty of the most Useful Flies. Liverpool: Printed for the author, 1816. First edition. 19th century three-quarters green morocco, marbled

Lot: 233 - BLACKER, WILLIAM. W. Blacker's Art of Angling, and

BLACKER, WILLIAM. W. Blacker''s Art of Angling, and complete system of fly making and dying [sic] of colours ... shewing the difference processes of the fly before it is finished, giving the angler a perfect knowledge of every thing requisite to

Lot: 234 - BLACKER, WILLIAM Blacker's Art of Fly Making, &c

BLACKER, WILLIAM Blacker''s Art of Fly Making, &c ... with Engravings of Salmon & Trout Flies. London: Blacker, 1855. Third edition, "Rewritten & revised by the author," the issue with the 3 pp. of reviews. Early purple morocco. 6 3/8 x

Lot: 235 - BLACKER, WILLIAM. W. Blacker's Art of Angling, and

BLACKER, WILLIAM. W. Blacker''s Art of Angling, and complete system of fly making and dying [sic] of colours ... shewing the difference processes of the fly before it is finished, giving the angler a perfect knowledge of every thing requisite to

Lot: 236 - [FLY FISHING] Pair of works on fly fishing.

[FLY FISHING] Pair of works on fly fishing. Includes FITZGIBBON, EDWARD. The Book of the Salmon... London: Longman [etc.], 1850. First edition. Publisher''s brown cloth. 6 3/4 x 4 1/4 inches (17 x 11 cm); xvi, 242, [2] pp., with nine plates, eight

Lot: 237 - HALFORD, FREDERIC M. Dry Fly Entomology, a brief

HALFORD, FREDERIC M. Dry Fly Entomology, a brief description of the leading types of natural insects serving as food for trout and grayling with the 100 best patterns of floating flies and the various methods of dressing them. London: Vinton &

Lot: 238 - HALFORD, FREDERIC M. An Angler's Autobiography.

HALFORD, FREDERIC M. An Angler''s Autobiography. London: Vinton & Co., 1903. Copy 17 of 100, signed by Halford. Publisher''s full green morocco lettered with the title on the upper cover, top edges gilt. 11 x 7 1/2 inches (28 x 20 cm); xvxiv,

Lot: 239 - HALFORD, FREDERIC M. The dry-fly man's handbook; a

HALFORD, FREDERIC M. The dry-fly man''s handbook; a complete manual, including the fisherman''s entomology and the making and management of a fishery. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1913. Copy 30 of 100, signed by Halford. Publisher''s

Lot: 240 - HALFORD, FREDERIC M. Floating flies and how to

HALFORD, FREDERIC M. Floating flies and how to dress them: a treatise on the most modern methods of dressing artificial flies for trout and grayling... London: Samson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1886. [One of 150 copies large-paper copies

Lot: 241 - HALFORD, FREDERIC M. Dry-Fly Fishing in Theory and

HALFORD, FREDERIC M. Dry-Fly Fishing in Theory and Practice. London: Samson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1889. One of 100 copies large-paper copies signed by Halford, this numbered 68. Publisher''s full green morocco, top edge gilt. 10 3/4

Lot: 242 - HALFORD, FREDERIC M. Making a Fishery.

HALFORD, FREDERIC M. Making a Fishery. London: Horace Cox, 1895. One of 150 copies large-paper copies signed by Halford, this numbered 35. Publisher''s full green morocco, top edge gilt. 11 x 7 1/2 inches (28.5 x 19 cm); vi, [ii], 212 pp., 1 ff.

Lot: 243 - HOLBERTON, WAKEMAN The Art of Angling: How and

HOLBERTON, WAKEMAN The Art of Angling: How and Where to Catch Fish. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1887. One of 50 special copies, of which this is number 15, notated "Special copy illustrated by the Author." Three-quarters blue-green morocco by

Lot: 244 - HOLBERTON, W.[AKEMAN]. [Catalogue of flies

HOLBERTON, W.[AKEMAN]. [Catalogue of flies furnished by Conroy & Bissett]. New York?: Wakeman Holberton, 1882. [First edition, one of 200?]. Leather wallet style binding in a modern leather backed slipcase. 3 1/8 x 4 3/8 inches (8 x 11 cm); 4

Lot: 245 - [[HUTCHINSON, HORACE G.] Fishing in Salt and Fresh

[[HUTCHINSON, HORACE G.] Fishing in Salt and Fresh Water. London: Van Voorst, 1851. First edition. Original blue-gray cloth stamped in blind. 8 7/8 x 5 5/8 inches (22 x 14 cm); viii, 74 pp., with 6 lithographed plates (5 richly hand-colored), ad

Lot: 246 - [HUTCHINSON, HORACE G.] Fishing in Salt and Fresh

[HUTCHINSON, HORACE G.] Fishing in Salt and Fresh Water. London: Van Voorst, 1851. First edition. Original blue-gray cloth stamped in blind. 8 7/8 x 5 5/8 inches (22 x 14 cm); viii, 74 pp., with 6 lithographed plates (5 richly hand-colored), ad leaf

Lot: 247 - JACKSON, JOHN The Practical Fly Fisher; more

JACKSON, JOHN The Practical Fly Fisher; more particularly for Grayling or Umber. London and Leeds: Charles Farlow, J. Swallow, 1854. First subscriber''s edition. Full red morocco by Brian Frost of Bath, spine with angling motifs, all edges gilt. 8 x

Lot: 248 - JOHNSON, FRANK M. Forest, Lake and River: the

JOHNSON, FRANK M. Forest, Lake and River: the Fishes of New-England and Eastern Canada. Boston: Printed for the Subscribers, 1902. From the edition of 350, this is copy 12, one of 15 with hand-colored plates signed by the artist A.D.W. Turner. Two

Lot: 249 - KELSON, GEORGE M. The Salmon Fly. How to dress it

KELSON, GEORGE M. The Salmon Fly. How to dress it and how to use it. London: Wyman and Sons [for the author], 1895. Original pictorial red cloth gilt, in modern slipcase. 9 5/8 x 7 1/2 inches (25 x 19 cm); xiv, 510, xlv, [1] pp. ads., with eight

Lot: 250 - PRITT, THOMAS EVAN Yorkshire Trout Flies. Leeds:

PRITT, THOMAS EVAN Yorkshire Trout Flies. Leeds: Goodall and Suddick, 1885. First edition, [one of 200 copies], this numbered 140 on the half-title. Publisher''s green cloth. 8 1/2 x 5 1/8 inches; [8], v, [1], [15]-63, [1] pp.; with 11 hand-colored

Lot: 251 - PRITT, THOMAS EVAN The Book of the Grayling: Being

PRITT, THOMAS EVAN The Book of the Grayling: Being a Description of the Fish, and the Art of Angling for Him, as Practised Chiefly in the Midlands and the North of England. Leeds: Goodall and Suddick, 1888. First edition. Publisher''s purple

Lot: 252 - RONALDS, ALFRED The Fly-Fisher's Entomology,

RONALDS, ALFRED The Fly-Fisher''s Entomology, illustrated by Coloured Representations of the Natural and Artificial Insect and Accompanied by a Few Observations and Instructions Relative to Trout-and-Grayling Fishing. London: Longman [etc.], 1836.

Lot: 253 - SANDEMAN, FRASER Angling Travels in Norway.

SANDEMAN, FRASER Angling Travels in Norway. London: Chapman & Hall, 1895. One of 200 large-paper copies. Publisher''s half vellum, blue cloth sides. 11 1/4 x 9 inches (28 x 22 cm); xii, 286 pp.; with frontispiece, 4 chromolithograph plates of

Lot: 254 - BAIGENT, W[ILLIAM], M.D. A Book of Hackles for Fly

BAIGENT, W[ILLIAM], M.D. A Book of Hackles for Fly Dressing. [Newcastle: Printer for private circulation, 1937]. One of a small number of copies completed. Text in period soft morocco, with 11 loose mounts and framed in sleeves, the whole in the

Lot: 255 - BALDEMEC [=BESSBOROUGH, V., Sir and others] A Week

BALDEMEC [=BESSBOROUGH, V., Sir and others] A Week on the Jupiter River, Anticosti Island. Self-published: 1934. One of 100 copies, this copy 66, inscribed by Beesborough to James Benbright "with kindest regards". Black paper covered boards, paper

Lot: 256 - BALDEMEC [=BESSBOROUGH, V., Sir and others] A Week

BALDEMEC [=BESSBOROUGH, V., Sir and others] A Week on the Jupiter River, Anticosti Island. Self-published: 1934. One of 100 copies, this copy 93, inscribed by Beesborough to W. Abbey "Though these fish may seem to you but minnows, the story of our

Lot: 257 - GREY, EDWARD (Viscount Grey of Fallodon) Fly

GREY, EDWARD (Viscount Grey of Fallodon) Fly Fishing. London and Toronto: J.M. Dent, 1930. Copy 116 of 150 copies, signed and with an extra illustration signed by the artist, Eric Daglish. Publisher''s vellum gilt in a handsome levant-backed

Lot: 258 - GRISWOLD, FRANK GRAY A collection of thirteen

GRISWOLD, FRANK GRAY A collection of thirteen books by Frank Gray Griswold on salmon fishing. Most New York: privately printed, 1913-1930s. Most in the presentation bindings of flexible leather or red cloth. Generally in sound condition (three with

Lot: 259 - HARMSWORTH, CECIL A Little Fishing Book.

HARMSWORTH, CECIL A Little Fishing Book. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1930. One of 80 copies, inscribed to Harold [Harmsworth?] "with love from Cecil." Publisher''s half cloth with blue paper over boards, spine label. 8 1/8 x 5 3/4 inches (21 x 14.5 cm);

Lot: 260 - HIDY, VERNON S. The Leisenring Source Book of

HIDY, VERNON S. The Leisenring Source Book of Materials for Trout Flies. With Flies and Hackles from the Leisenring Collection. Boise (?): International Society of Flymph Fisherman, 1974. First edition, copy 3 of seven. Two volumes in vinyl covered

Lot: 261 - HILLS, JOHN WALLER A History of Fly Fishing for

HILLS, JOHN WALLER A History of Fly Fishing for Trout. London: Phillip Allan, 1921. First edition, copy 26 of 50 large-paper copies signed by Hills. Publisher''s buckram spine, with pale blue paper over boards. 9 x 5 3/4 inches (23 x 14.5 cm);

Lot: 262 - HILLS, JOHN WALLER A Summer on the Test.

HILLS, JOHN WALLER A Summer on the Test. London: Philip Allan, 1924. Copy 112 of the edition of 325. Half red cloth with pale green cloth sides, a variant binding, in a handsome half crimson morocco clamshell case. 12 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches (31 x 24

Lot: 263 - SCHALDACH, WILLIAM Fish by Schaldach. Collected

SCHALDACH, WILLIAM Fish by Schaldach. Collected Etchings, Drawings and Water Colors of Trout, Salmon and other Game Fish.. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1927. One of 157 copies signed by Schaldach, with an original engraving pencil signed by the artist

Lot: 264 - TAVERNER, ERIC [and others] Trout fishing from all

TAVERNER, ERIC [and others] Trout fishing from all angles. a complete guide to modern methods... London: Seeley, Service & Co., 1929. Copy 254 from the edition of 375, signed on the colophon by Taverner. Full publisher''s turquoise morocco, with

Lot: 265 - TAVERNER, ERIC [and others] Salmon Fishing...

TAVERNER, ERIC [and others] Salmon Fishing... London: Seeley, Service & Co., 1931. Out of series copy from the edition of 275, signed by Taverner. Full publisher''s dark blue morocco in glassine, with the Lonsdale Library crest in gilt, in the

Lot: 266 - TAVERNER, ERIC [and others] Salmon Fishing...

TAVERNER, ERIC [and others] Salmon Fishing... London: Seeley, Service & Co., 1931. Copy 56 from the edition of 275, signed on the colophon by Taverner. Full publisher''s dark blue morocco, with the Lonsdale Library crest in gilt. 9 3/4 x 6 1/2

Lot: 267 - BATES, JOSEPH D. AND RICHARDS, PAMELA BATES

BATES, JOSEPH D. AND RICHARDS, PAMELA BATES Fishing Atlantic Salmon. The Flies and the Patterns. [Mechanicsburg]: Stackpole Books, [1996]. One of the 26 Reserved Deluxe copies with a presentation page printed by Alan James Robinson, this copy D

Lot: 268 - BATES, JOSEPH D. The Art of the Atlantic Salmon

BATES, JOSEPH D. The Art of the Atlantic Salmon Fly. Boston: David R. Godine, [1987]. First edition, one of 250 copies with an extra suite of plates. Publisher''s half red morocco, linen sides by Claudia Cohen, in clamshell case; Together with

Lot: 269 - EDMONDS, HARFIELD H. and LEE, NORMAN N. Brook and

EDMONDS, HARFIELD H. and LEE, NORMAN N. Brook and River Trouting. Ottley: Smith Settle, 2003. One of 50 copies, this copy 50, signed by Stuart Bowdin. Two volumes bound in publisher''s full brown goatskin, housed in a slipcase. 8 3/4 x 6 3/8 inches

Lot: 270 - GODDARD, JOHN The Trout-Fly Patterns of John

GODDARD, JOHN The Trout-Fly Patterns of John Goddard. [Elstead]: Creel Press, 2003. One of four special copies (from the deluxe edition of 55), this copy B, with the flies tied especially by the author, signed by him in both volumes. Two volumes in

Lot: 271 - HUBERT, JOSEPH P. Salmon-Salmon with a chapter on

HUBERT, JOSEPH P. Salmon-Salmon with a chapter on Iceland... Goshen, Connecticut: Angler''s & Shooter''s Press, 1976. One of 100 copies, this copy 43, signed by the author at the limitation statement. Publisher''s blue calf, pictorially gilt,

Lot: 272 - LEISER, ERIC The Book of Fly Patterns. New York:

LEISER, ERIC The Book of Fly Patterns. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1987. One of 150 special copies, with a limitation leaf signed by the author, binder, printer and four others. Publisher''s special binding of half brown morocco, a fly by

Lot: 273 - MALONE, E. J. Tying Flies in the Irish Style:

MALONE, E. J. Tying Flies in the Irish Style: Trout and Sea-trout Patterns. Otley, Yorkshire: Smith Settle, 2003. Copy 50 of 50 (plus 10 hors commerce), signed by the participants. Two volumes, full brown morocco, slipcased, the text volume top

Lot: 274 - MCGUANE, THOMAS and others. Saltwater Grand Slam.

MCGUANE, THOMAS and others. Saltwater Grand Slam. [N.p.]: Press of the Sea Turtle, [1996]. Copy 11 of 150, signed by Robinson, and all the authors including McGuane. Quarter vellum binding over blue paper boards, with vellum fore-edges and an inset

Lot: 275 - ROBINSON, ALAN JAMES and BODIO, STEPHEN Trout.

ROBINSON, ALAN JAMES and BODIO, STEPHEN Trout. Brook, Brown & Rainbow. [Easthampton, Mass: Cheloniidae Press, 1986]. First edition, Number 22 of 35 copies, signed by the artist. Original blue boards with illustration in blind on upper cover,

Lot: 276 - SAGE, DEAN The Ristigouche and its Salmon

SAGE, DEAN The Ristigouche and its Salmon Fishing... Goshen: Angler''s & Shooter''s Press, 1973. One of 250 copies, this copy 15, a subscriber copy with the name of the first purchaser stamped on the binding. Full dark brown morocco gilt, with

Lot: 277 - SAGE, DEAN Ten Days' Sport on Salmon Rivers.

SAGE, DEAN Ten Days'' Sport on Salmon Rivers. Cambridge, Mass.: Charles B. Wood, 1997. One of 55 copies, this copy 33, signed by publisher, the author of the introduction and the printer. Dark niger goatskin with niger fore-edge by Gray Parrot,

Lot: 278 - SAGE, DEAN The Ristigouche and its Salmon

SAGE, DEAN The Ristigouche and its Salmon Fishing... Goshen: Angler''s & Shooter''s Press, 1973. One of 250 copies, this copy 146. Full slate blue morocco gilt, with the osprey and salmon motif, in publisher''s slipcase. 12 5/8 x 9 1/2 inches

Lot: 279 - SMITH, ROBERT The North Country Fly: Yorkshire's

SMITH, ROBERT The North Country Fly: Yorkshire''s Soft Hackle Tradition. Machynlleth, Wales: Coch-y-Bonddu, 2015. Copy 20 of the deluxe edition of 25, signed by Smith. Two volumes bound in publisher''s full blue goatskin, housed in a slipcase. 9 5/8

Lot: 280 - WAKEFIELD, DAVID R. The Sporting Fishes of the

WAKEFIELD, DAVID R. The Sporting Fishes of the British Isles. Tiverton: Chevington Press, 1985. One of 100 copies signed by Wakefield, this copy 53. Buckram cloth folding case. 21 1/2 x 15 inches (54.5 x 18 cm); 33 sheets of Barcham Green paper

Lot: 281 - WATSON, J.N. Angling With the Fly: Flies & Anglers

WATSON, J.N. Angling With the Fly: Flies & Anglers of Derbyshire and Staffordshire. [Chavagnac, France]: Ken Smith Publishing, [2008]. Copy 25 of the deluxe edition of 50, signed by Watson. Two volumes and a folder bound in publisher''s full

Lot: 282 - GREY, ZANE Nassau, Cuba, Yucatan, Mexico: A

GREY, ZANE Nassau, Cuba, Yucatan, Mexico: A Personal Note of Appreciation of These Nearby Foreign Lands. New York: New York and Cuba Mail S.S. Co., 1909. First edition. Original pictorial wrappers, custom cloth case. 8 x 6 inches (20.5 x 15 cm); 32

Lot: 283 - GREY, ZANE Two autograph manuscripts. Comprising:

GREY, ZANE Two autograph manuscripts. Comprising: Manuscript describing camping on the beach at Clemente Island. Clemente Island, California: 24 August 1918. 18 pages on the recto and verso of ten sheets of lined paper, written entirely in Grey''s

Lot: 284 - GREY, ZANE Tales of Fishes. New York: Harper &

GREY, ZANE Tales of Fishes. New York: Harper & Brothers, [June, 1919]. Presentation copy of the first edition (code "F-T" on copyright page), with a seven line inscription on the front blank by Grey in the year of publication in green ink (see

Lot: 285 - GREY, ZANE Original autograph manuscript for Tales

GREY, ZANE Original autograph manuscript for Tales of Tahitian Waters, Part III. [N.p.: circa 1930]. An approximately 212 page manuscript (comprising 206 numbered pages and 6 inserted leaves) on the recto of lined notebook sheets hole punched in

Lot: 286 - GREY, ZANE Photograph album depicting Fly Fishing

GREY, ZANE Photograph album depicting Fly Fishing in British Columbia, Bear Hunting in Arizona, etc. [N.p.: circa 1920]. Black leather album comprising approximately 372 photographs mounted on the recto and verso of card sheets, the cover of the

Lot: 287 - GREY, ZANE Ten annotated photographs. Comprising 8

GREY, ZANE Ten annotated photographs. Comprising 8 large photographs, each 8 3/4 x 14 1/2 inches (22 x 37 cm), circa 1924, depicting leaping sailfish, snook, mola-mola, etc., each captioned on the verso by Grey in characteristic purple ink, also

Lot: 288 - GREY, ZANE Group of five large format angling

GREY, ZANE Group of five large format angling works in dust jacket, one signed. Each Harper Brothers, publisher''s cloth in original pictorial dust jackets, each approximately 10 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches (27 x 19.5 cm); photographically illustrated. Some

Lot: 289 - GREY, ZANE Album containing approximately 94 large

GREY, ZANE Album containing approximately 94 large format photographs of Grey and party at Catalina Island and elsewhere. Catalina, Arizona, and fishing in the Pacific: circa 1922 (one image with manuscript date in margin). Black pebbled morocco

Lot: 290 - GREY, ZANE Inscribed photograph album depicting

GREY, ZANE Inscribed photograph album depicting Grey and party at Catalina, fishing, and in Arizona. Black leather album containing approximately 611 photographs mounted to card sheets, the front blank inscribed by Grey in characteristic purple ink

Lot: 291 - GREY, ZANE Autograph Manuscript "California Game

GREY, ZANE Autograph Manuscript "California Game Fish" also known as "A Plea for Conservation in California." [N.p.: circa 1928]. 8 1/2 page pencil written autograph manuscript on long sheets of lined paper, the first page with corrections in

Lot: 292 - GREY, ZANE Typescript titled "Fights with Fierce

GREY, ZANE Typescript titled "Fights with Fierce Fish. Giant Tuna." [N.p.: n.d.]. 20 page draft typescript, headed as above in type, with several corrections in ink throughout possibly in Grey''s hand, the first sheet with Grey''s embossed ownership

Lot: 293 - GREY, ZANE A quality Grey miscellany, one signed.

GREY, ZANE A quality Grey miscellany, one signed. Comprising: Zane Grey The Man and His Works, 1928, signed on the upper wrapper; another copy bound in flexible leather; Tales of Fishing Virgin Seas, 1925, with Grey''s embossed stamp to front free

Lot: 294 - GREY, ZANE Group of four typescripts. Each

GREY, ZANE Group of four typescripts. Each approximately 11 x 8 3/4 inches (28 x 22 cm); each with some measure of annotation or correction in Grey''s hand in his characteristic purple ink and each with Grey''s embossed ownership stamp to the first

Lot: 295 - [GREY, ZANE] GREY, ROMER. Album of photographs

[GREY, ZANE] GREY, ROMER. Album of photographs labeled "Album no. 2. Romer''s pictures of New Zealand & South Sea Trip Dec 28 1926-Aug 11 1927." Black leather album with approximately 402 photographs mounted to the recto and verso of card

Lot: 296 - GREY, ZANE Two typescripts. Comprising Typescript

GREY, ZANE Two typescripts. Comprising Typescript regarding a fishing trip to Lady Musgrave Island, Australia. [N.p.: n.d.]. 36 page typescript headed (although partially struck through) "March 3rd ... Lady Musgrave Island," the pages numbered

Lot: 297 - GREY, ZANE and GREY, ROMER Miscellany of nine

GREY, ZANE and GREY, ROMER Miscellany of nine American or English first editions in dust jackets. Various publishers. Original cloth in dust jackets. Includes the first American and first English edition of An American Angler in Australia, 1937;

Lot: 298 - GREY, ZANE The Last of the Plainsmen. New York:

GREY, ZANE The Last of the Plainsmen. New York: The Outing Publishing Company, 1908. First edition, with a four line 1908 inscription by Charles Jesse "Buffalo" Jones and with a check signed by Grey and a contemporary photograph of Grey with a

Lot: 299 - GREY, ZANE Album of approximately 440 photographs

GREY, ZANE Album of approximately 440 photographs depicting Grey and party on his Rainbow Bridge Expedition. Arizona: circa 1918-1920. Approximately 440 photographs mounted 3 or 4 on the recto and verso of sheets within an oblong flexible black

Lot: 300 - GREY, ZANE Autograph manuscript titled "Autumn

GREY, ZANE Autograph manuscript titled "Autumn Hunting Days". Beaver Canyon, UT: 3 October 1922 and later. Approximately 128 page manuscript entirely in Grey''s hand in characteristic purple ink on lined paper with two holes punched at left, with

Lot: 301 - GREY, ZANE Long typescript describing a bear hunt.

GREY, ZANE Long typescript describing a bear hunt. [N.p.:] 8 October 1923. 48 page typescript, untitled, the first leaf with Grey''s embossed stamp. Sheets 11 x 8 3/4 inches (28 x 22 cm); housed with a signed letter from Grey and the typescript''s

Lot: 302 - GREY, ZANE Autograph Manuscript "Crater Lake."

GREY, ZANE Autograph Manuscript "Crater Lake." [N.p.: circa 1928]. 21 page pencil written autograph manuscript on long sheets of lined paper, headed and signed "Crater Lake by Zane Grey," with numerous edits and annotations in Grey''s hand. The

Lot: 303 - GREY, ZANE Group of three albums of photographs

GREY, ZANE Group of three albums of photographs depicting Grey and family at Long Key, Washington & Oregon, and Catalina. Three small format oblong black leather albums comprising a total of approximately 265 photographs mounted to card sheets.

Lot: 304 - [MILNOR, WILLIAM, Jr.] Memoirs of the Gloucester

[MILNOR, WILLIAM, Jr.] Memoirs of the Gloucester Fox Hunting Club near Philadephia. Philadelphia: privately printed [by the Derrydale Press] for Ernest R. Gee, 1927. First edition thus (originally published 1830), copy 113 of 375 copies, the

Lot: 305 - THOMAS, JOSEPH B. Hounds and Hunting through the

THOMAS, JOSEPH B. Hounds and Hunting through the Ages ... with an Introduction by the Earl of Lonsdale. Derrydale Press: New York, 1928. First edition. copy 18 of 50 copies of the deluxe edition on van Gelder paper (from a total edition of 750).

Lot: 306 - TAVERNER, JOHN Certaine Experiments Concerning

TAVERNER, JOHN Certaine Experiments Concerning Fish and Fruite. Manchester: Sherrat and Hughes, 1928. One of 100 unumbered copies for America. Half pale gray cloth, gray boards with printed label, preserved in a slipcase. 9 5/8 x 7 1/8 inches (24.5

Lot: 307 - PAGE, RODMAN L., Jr. War Without Fighting. Being

PAGE, RODMAN L., Jr. War Without Fighting. Being the Experience of L. Rodman Page, Jr., on the Mexican Border and in the World War against Germany. [New York]: Privately Printed [by The Derrydale Press], Christmas [1928]. First edition, copy 7 of

Lot: 308 - BROWN, WILLIAM ROBINSON The Horse of the Desert.

BROWN, WILLIAM ROBINSON The Horse of the Desert. New York: The Derrydale Press, 1929. Number 38 of 75 copies of the De Luxe edition, signed by the author. Full blue morocco by MacDonald. 12 3/8 x 9 3/8 inches (31.5 x 24.5 cm); color frontispiece,

Lot: 309 - KIRMSE, MARGUERITE Marguerite Kirmse's Dogs.

KIRMSE, MARGUERITE Marguerite Kirmse''s Dogs. New York: Derrydale Press, (1930). First edition, one of 750 copies, with a signed and titled drypoint by Kirmse. Publisher''s three-quarters buckram, in glassine jacket. 12 x 9 inches (30.5 x 22.5 cm);

Lot: 310 - STREET, WILLIAM B. Gentleman Up.

STREET, WILLIAM B. Gentleman Up. Derrydale Press, New York, 1930. Copy 26 of 75 large-paper copies. Publisher''s three-quarters morocco in later pull-off green morocco-backed case and chemise, retaining most of the glassine jacket. 11 1/2 x 8 1/2

Lot: 311 - BEACH, WILLIAM NICHOLAS In the Shadow of Mount

BEACH, WILLIAM NICHOLAS In the Shadow of Mount McKinley. New York: Derrydale Press, 1931. One of 750 copies. Publisher''s blue cloth in dust jacket, map endpapers. 9 1/4 x 6 1/8 inches (23.5 x 15.5 cm); xvi, 289, [3] pp.; folding map, color

Lot: 312 - KIRMSE, MARGUERITE Dogs in the Field.

KIRMSE, MARGUERITE Dogs in the Field. New York: Derrydale Press, (1935). First edition, copy 597 of 685, with the signed drypoint by Kirmse. Publisher''s three-quarters red cloth, terracotta covers with the label on the upper cover, with the

Lot: 313 - PALMEDO, ROLAND [editor] Skiing: The International

PALMEDO, ROLAND [editor] Skiing: The International Sport... Derrydale Press: New York, 1937. One of 50 deluxe copies, this copy 30. Publisher''s deluxe binding by MacDonald, full red morocco with a motif of a skiier, in a later scarlet morocco

Lot: 314 - HARKNESS, WILLAIM HALE Ho hum, the Fisherman. New

HARKNESS, WILLAIM HALE Ho hum, the Fisherman. New York: Derrydale Press, 1939. One of 100 copies, this copy 72. Full faux leather in glassine jacket and slipcase. 9 3/8 x 6 1/4 inches (23.5 x 15.5 cm); xii, 50 pp.; frontispiece, numerous plates.

Lot: 315 - WOODWARD, WILLIAM A Memoir of Andrew Jackson

WOODWARD, WILLIAM A Memoir of Andrew Jackson Africanus. In Affectionate Memory of a Loving and Faithful Service. New York: privately printed at the Derrydale Press, 1938. One of 150 copies, with stamped presentation. 9 x 6 1/8 inches (23 x 15.5 cm);

Lot: 316 - CLARK, ROLAND Etchings.

CLARK, ROLAND Etchings. New York: Derrydale Press, 1938. Copy 635 of 800 copies. Publisher''s three-quarters buckram in the box, retaining most of the glassine jacket. 16 x 12 3/8 inches [viii], signed frontispiece etching and 69 plates, [6] pp. An

Lot: 317 - O'CONNOR, JACK Game in the Desert. New York:

O''CONNOR, JACK Game in the Desert. New York: Derrydale Press, [1939]. One of 950 copies, this number 662. Publisher''s faux snakeskin in the original publisher''s box. 10 x 7 1/2 inches (25.5 x 19 cm); xxii, [300] pp.; illustrated by T. J. Harper,

Lot: 318 - CONNETT, EUGENE V., 3RD. My Friend, the Trout.

CONNETT, EUGENE V., 3RD. My Friend, the Trout. Typescript on standard 8 1/2 x 11 inch (28 x 21.5 cm) paper, 72 pp., extensively revised for publication in red ink by Connett, with hundreds of emendations and additions, an added diagram in his hand

Lot: 319 - CONNETT, EUGENE V. (editor) Duck Shooting Along

CONNETT, EUGENE V. (editor) Duck Shooting Along the Atlantic Tidewater. New York: William Morrow and Co., 1947. One of 149 specially bound copies signed by Connett, this out of series and marked "For Presentation." Full publisher''s red morocco, top

Lot: 320 - [AMERICAN FIELD SPORT] The Sportsman's Portfolio

[AMERICAN FIELD SPORT] The Sportsman''s Portfolio of American Field Sports. Boston: M.M. Ballou, 1855. Publisher''s printed wrappers in clamshell case. 8 1/8 x 11 inches (20.5 x 28 cm); 44 pp., with engraved title and 21 wood engravings of sporting

Lot: 321 - BURTON, RICHARD, Sir The Book of the Sword.

BURTON, RICHARD, Sir The Book of the Sword. London: Chatto and Windus, 1884. First edition, publisher''s tan pictorial cloth, black endpapers. First edition. 10 5/8 x 7 1/2 inches (27 x 19 cm); xxxx, 299 pp., with the publisher''s prospectus

Lot: 322 - [CANADA-SPORTING] Group of six titles. Comprising:

[CANADA-SPORTING] Group of six titles. Comprising: TOLFREY, FREDERIC. The Sportsman in Canada. London: 1845. First edition. Two volumes. Publisher''s cloth. Frontispieces and lithographed plates. Spine faded, light spotting, a fine set; SMALL,

Lot: 323 - [COLOR PLATE] Shooting [cover title]. No place,

[COLOR PLATE] Shooting [cover title]. No place, publisher or date, Schwerdt suggests circa 1830. Old half calf, with Schwerdt''s arms at the foot of the spine. 6 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches (16.5 x 25 cm); six small but very well colored lithographs of

Lot: 324 - FORESTER, FRANK (WILLIAM HENRY HERBERT) Tricks &

FORESTER, FRANK (WILLIAM HENRY HERBERT) Tricks & Traps of Horse Dealers. New York: Dinsmore, 1858. First edition. Original pictorial wrappers, cloth case. 6 x 4 inches (15 x 10 cm); frontispiece and in text illustration, vii, 70 pp. Spotting,

Lot: 325 - FORESTER, FRANK [=HERBERT, HENRY WILLIAM]

FORESTER, FRANK [=HERBERT, HENRY WILLIAM] Autograph manuscript for the sketch The Vale of Warwick. [New York?]: [1850-1858?]. Green cloth folding case and chemise. 14 pp. (7 sheets folded once and loosely quired); with a typed transcription. Minor

Lot: 326 - [FORESTER, FRANK (=HERBERT, HENRY WILLIAM) &

[FORESTER, FRANK (=HERBERT, HENRY WILLIAM) & THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE] The Corsair. A Gazette of Literature, Art, Dramatic Criticism, Fashion and Novelty. New York: [Willis and Porter], March 16, 1839-March 7, 1840. Period American full red

Lot: 327 - FRANKLAND, ROBERT (Sir) Indispensable

FRANKLAND, ROBERT (Sir) Indispensable Accomplishments. London: H. Humphrey, St. James St., June 24, 1811 (from plate). Original (?) plain paper wrappers, stab-stitched, housed in a modern slipcase and chemise. 10 7/8 x 15 inches (27.5 x 38 cm);

Lot: 328 - [GOSDEN BINDING] FAWKES, FRANCIS.

[GOSDEN BINDING] FAWKES, FRANCIS. Partridge-Shooting, an Eclogue. London: J. Dodsley, 1767. First edition, apparently the sportsman and bookbinder Thomas Gosden''s copy. Early half purple calf over marbled boards, the spine rebacked preserving the

Lot: 329 - HAWKER, PETER Instructions to Young Sportsmen,

HAWKER, PETER Instructions to Young Sportsmen, with Directions for the Choice, Care, and Management of Guns; Hints for the Preservation of Game; and Instructions for Shooting Wildfowl... London: J. Johnson, 1814. The first edition. Untrimmed in

Lot: 330 - [HENDERSON, CHARLES COOPER] Road Scrapings [cover

[HENDERSON, CHARLES COOPER] Road Scrapings [cover title]. [London: N. Calvert and Fores, c.1840.]. Contemporary quarter red sheep over pebbled cloth, upper cover lettered in gilt, apparently publisher''s binding. 11 3/8 x 16 inches (29 x 39 cm); 12

Lot: 331 - CHABOT, AUGUSTE J. F., COMTE DE La chasse du

CHABOT, AUGUSTE J. F., COMTE DE La chasse du chevreuil avec l''historique des races les plus célèbres de chiens courants existant ou ayant existé en France. Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1879. First edition, likely in an edition of about 300

Lot: 332 - OSBALDISTON, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS The British

OSBALDISTON, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS The British Sportsman, or, nobleman, gentleman, and farmer''s dictionary, of recreation and amusement... London: printed for the proprietor, by J. Stead; and sold by Champante and Whitrow [etc.], [1792]. Period calf

Lot: 333 - SCHREINER, WILLIAM H. Schreiner's Sporting Manual:

SCHREINER, WILLIAM H. Schreiner''s Sporting Manual: A Complete Treatise on Fishing, Fowling and Hunting as Applicable to this Country... Philadelphia: [Samuel Pryor, Stereotyped by S. D. Wyeth], 1841. First edition. Publisher''s cloth. 6 x 3 5/8

Lot: 334 - [SPORTING-PERIODICAL] The Annals of Sporting and

[SPORTING-PERIODICAL] The Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette. London: Sherwood [etc.]. 1822-28. Thirteen volumes, three-quarters brown calf by Rivière, spines with sporting motifs, tan cloth sides. 8 1/4 x 5 1/8 inches (21 x 13 cm); Jan-June

Lot: 335 - SETON, ERNEST THOMPSON Lives of Game Animals. An

SETON, ERNEST THOMPSON Lives of Game Animals. An Account of Those land animals in America, North of the Mexican Border, which are considered "Game," either because they have held the attention of sportsmen, or received the protection of law...

Lot: 336 - SMITH, JEROME V.C., M.D. Natural history of the

SMITH, JEROME V.C., M.D. Natural history of the fishes of Massachusetts, embracing a practical essay on angling. Boston: Allen and Ticknor, 1833. First edition. Later green three-quarters morocco and marbled boards by Bastian. 7 x 4 3/8 inches (17.5

Lot: 337 - SURTEES, ROBERT SMITH The Horseman's Manual: being

SURTEES, ROBERT SMITH The Horseman''s Manual: being a Treatise on Soundness, the Law of Warranty, and generally on the Laws relating to Horses. London: Alfred Miller, 1831. First edition. Original cloth, folding cloth case. 7 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches

Lot: 338 - SURTEES, ROBERT SMITH Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds.

SURTEES, ROBERT SMITH Mr. Facey Romford''s Hounds. London: Bradbury and Evans, 1864-65. First edition in parts. Twelve pictorial wrappered parts in later cloth box. 8 7/8 x 5 5/8 inches (22.5 x 14.5 cm); text plus ads, with 24 colored plates by John

Lot: 339 - SURTEES, ROBERT SMITH Handley Cross, or the Spa

SURTEES, ROBERT SMITH Handley Cross, or the Spa Hunt. London: Henry Colburn, 1843. First edition, inscribed by Surtees "Anne Clark with the author''s kind regards. Nov.[?] 1843." Three volumes, publisher''s pale green cloth gilt, covers decorated in

Lot: 340 - THORNHILL, RICHARD BADHAM The Shooting Directory.

THORNHILL, RICHARD BADHAM The Shooting Directory. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, [1804]. First edition, first issue with the original leaves at p. 214-220 (later cancelled). Later pebbled morocco by Hatchards, the cover gilt lettered, the

Lot: 341 - [TRADE CATALOGUE] [SQUIRES, HENRY C.]. Descriptive

[TRADE CATALOGUE] [SQUIRES, HENRY C.]. Descriptive Catalogue and Price-list of Sportsmen''s Supplies. Forest, Field and Stream. New York: Squires, 1891. Quarter-leather with simulated alligator covers. 11 x 8 7/8 inches (28 x 22.5 cm); viii, 204

Lot: 342 - QUIZEM, CALEB, (Pseud) [probably WOODWARD, G.M.]

QUIZEM, CALEB, (Pseud) [probably WOODWARD, G.M.] Annals of Sporting. London: Thomas Tegg, 1809. First edition. Original printed boards housed in a modern cloth slipcase and chemise. 6 3/4 x 4 inches (17 x 10 cm); 104 pp., folding engraved

Lot: 343 - BROOKS, BERRY Group of six hunting journals.

BROOKS, BERRY Group of six hunting journals. Includes an Alaska hunt for Dahl Sheep. 1958; a stone sheep hunt in British Columbia 1959; a bighorn sheep hunt in Alberta 1960; a hunt in Vietnam jungles 1961; a hunt in French Equatorial Africa 1962;

Lot: 344 - COLBURN, FREDERICK S. The Unbelievable Game

COLBURN, FREDERICK S. The Unbelievable Game Country. N.p.: Privately printed (1927). Publisher''s vellum backed boards, the retaining the blue paper dust jacket. 12 x 9 1/2 inches (31 x 24 cm); 181, [1] pp., two maps, and halftone illustrations

Lot: 345 - COLBURN, FREDERICK S. The African Diary of a Poor

COLBURN, FREDERICK S. The African Diary of a Poor Shot. N.p.: privately printed (1923). First edition, inscribed by Colburn "Dear Coz. Here it is!" Publisher''s vellum backed boards. 12 x 9 1/2 inches (31 x 24 cm); frontispiece, 234 pp., with fine

Lot: 346 - COOCH BEHAR, NRIPENDRA NARAYANA BHUPA, Maharaja of

COOCH BEHAR, NRIPENDRA NARAYANA BHUPA, Maharaja of Thirty-Seven Years of Big Game Shooting in Cooch Behar, the Duars, and Assam. Bombay: The Times Press, 1908. First edition. Presentation binding of full red morocco with the arms of the Maharajah,

Lot: 347 - FLEISCHMANN, MAX C. After Big Game in Arctic and

FLEISCHMANN, MAX C. After Big Game in Arctic and Tropic. A Sportsman''s Note-Book of the Chase Off Greenland and Alaska; In Africa, Norway, Spitzbergen, and the Cassair... Cincinnati, Ohio: The Jennings & Graham Press, 1909. First edition,

Lot: 348 - [HARTING, J.E., W. A. BAILLIE-GROHMAN, BUXTON,

[HARTING, J.E., W. A. BAILLIE-GROHMAN, BUXTON, E.N. and others] American Hunting Trophies. Catalogue and Notes. [Wrapper title:] American Exhibition, London, 1887. Catalogue of the Hunting Trophies. New York and London: J.J. Garnett, and B.W.

Lot: 349 - [HOCH, ALPHONS-ed] International Sport: North

[HOCH, ALPHONS-ed] International Sport: North American Big Game Hunters. London and Munich: Houbard & Co., 1963-4. One of 250 copies, this is copy 106. Publisher''s red morocco gilt, all edges gilt, in slipcase. 15 7/8 x 10 1/4 inches (40 x 26.5

Lot: 350 - HUNTER, JOHN A[LEXANDER] White Hunter. The

HUNTER, JOHN A[LEXANDER] White Hunter. The Adventures and Experiences of a Big Game Hunter in Africa. London: Seeley, Service and Co,, [1938]. First edition. Publisher''s faux snakeskin. 8 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches (21.5 x 13.5 cm); 282 pp., 6 pp.

Lot: 351 - HURT, ROBIN Hunting the Big Five. Stories on

HURT, ROBIN Hunting the Big Five. Stories on Dangerous Animals. [Huntington Beach, California]: Safari Press, 2000. First edition, copy 194 of 375, signed by Robin Hurt and Alan James Robinson, the printer and illustrator. Publisher''s

Lot: 352 - KOENIGSMARCK, HANS VON, Count. [BASHFORD,

KOENIGSMARCK, HANS VON, Count. [BASHFORD, NORAH-trans.] The Markhor. Sport in Cashmere. London: Kegan Paul [etc.], 1910. First edition, inscribed by the translator. Publisher''s silver pictorial cloth gilt. 7 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches (19 x 13.5 cm); xv,

Lot: 353 - LYDEKKER, RICHARD The Great and Small Game of

LYDEKKER, RICHARD The Great and Small Game of India, Burma, & Tibet. London: Rowland Hill, 1900. One of 250 copies, this copy 55, signed by Rowland Hill. Publisher''s green cloth. 11 5/8 x 9 1/2 inches (29 x 24 cm); xviii, 416 pp.; 9 very fine

Lot: 354 - LYDEKKER, RICHARD Wild Oxen, Sheep & Goats of all

LYDEKKER, RICHARD Wild Oxen, Sheep & Goats of all Lands. London: Rowland Hill, 1898. One of 500 copies, this copy 28, signed by Rowland Hill. Publisher''s green cloth. 11 5/8 x 9 1/2 inches (29 x 24 cm); xvi, 320pp.; 28 very fine hand-colored

Lot: 355 - BRYDEN, HENRY ANDERSON The Great and Small Game of

BRYDEN, HENRY ANDERSON The Great and Small Game of Africa. London: Rowland Hill, 1899. One of 500 copies, this copy 48, signed by Rowland Hill. Publisher''s green cloth. 11 5/8 x 9 1/2 inches (29 x 24 cm); xx 612 pp.; 15 very fine hand-colored

Lot: 356 - LYELL, DENIS D. Hunting Trips in Northern

LYELL, DENIS D. Hunting Trips in Northern Rhodesia... London: Horace Cox, 1910. First edition. Publisher''s green faux crocodile with mounted illustration. 10 7/9 x 8 1/2 inches (27.5 x 21.5 cm); xii, 118 pp., [2] pp. adverts; with frontispiece and

Lot: 357 - MILLAIS, JOHN GUILLE, Sir A Breath from the Veldt.

MILLAIS, JOHN GUILLE, Sir A Breath from the Veldt. London: Henry Sotheran, 1895. First edition, one of 60 large paper copies, this number 40, signed and dated by Millais (January 1896). Publisher''s pictorial three-quarters red morocco. 15 x 12 5/8

Lot: 358 - NOTMAN, W[illiam] Sports, Pastimes, and Pursuits

NOTMAN, W[illiam] Sports, Pastimes, and Pursuits of Canada. Montreal: W. Notman [1866--from plates]. First and only edition. Publisher''s printed card and cloth case, wrap-around paper folder. Nine albumen prints of Cariboo Hunting [sic], (the

Lot: 359 - [REMONDON, MARCEL] Mes Chasses en Afrique

[REMONDON, MARCEL] Mes Chasses en Afrique Equatoriales Mars-Avril 1947-1948. [Title in ink]. Album of 32 gelatin silver prints. Faux snakeskin photograph album, cloth spine. Title, 32 brown card mounts, each with an image from Remondon''s expedition

Lot: 360 - STIGAND, CHAUNCEY HUGH [Captain] Scouting and

STIGAND, CHAUNCEY HUGH [Captain] Scouting and Reconnaissance in Savage Countries. London: Hugh Rees, 1907. First edition. Publisher''s oatmeal waxed linen folding pocket book binding, with press and snap fasteners, upper cover with printed title and

Lot: 361 - STIGAND, CHAUNCEY HUGH To Abyssinia through an

STIGAND, CHAUNCEY HUGH To Abyssinia through an unknown land. An account of a journey through unexplored regions of British East Africa. Philadelphia: J.B. Lipincott, 1910. First American edition (from the English sheets). Publisher''s original

Lot: 362 - STIGAND, CHAUNCEY HUGH and LYELL, DENIS D. Central

STIGAND, CHAUNCEY HUGH and LYELL, DENIS D. Central African Game and its Spoor. London: Horace Cox, 1906. First edition. Publisher''s original orange pictorial cloth gilt. 10 7/8 x 8 1/2 inches (27.5 x 21.5 cm); x, 315 pp.; pages 179-305 pp. contain

Lot: 363 - WARD, ROWLAND A Naturalist's Life-Study in the Art

WARD, ROWLAND A Naturalist''s Life-Study in the Art of Taxidermy. London: Rowland Ward, 1913. First edition. Publisher''s mustard cloth with image of an elephant on past-label on upper cover. 11 x 8 1/2 inches (28 x 22 cm); 224, [4] pp., illustrated

Lot: 364 - WARD, ROWLAND Horn measurements and weights of the

WARD, ROWLAND Horn measurements and weights of the great game of the world: being of use... London: [Rowland Ward at] "The Jungle," 1892. [Later:] [idem.] Records of Big Game containing ... measurement of horns and field notes ... London: Rowland

Lot: 365 - [MONGOLIA] ALLEN, GLOVER MORRELL. The Mammals of

[MONGOLIA] ALLEN, GLOVER MORRELL. The Mammals of China and Mongolia. Natural History of Central Asia, volume XI parts 1 and 2. New York: The American Museum of Natural History, 1938. Two volumes, original orange cloth lettered in black. 10 7/8 x 8

Lot: 366 - [CAUCASUS] BADDELEY, JOHN F. The Russian Conquest

[CAUCASUS] BADDELEY, JOHN F. The Russian Conquest of the Caucasus. London: Longman, London, 1908. First edition. Original green cloth gilt. 9 5/8 x 6 3/8 inches (24.5 x 16 cm); xxxviii, 518 pp., 2 pages ads at end; numerous illustrations after

Lot: 367 - [CHINA] BARROW, JOHN, Sir. Travels in China.

[CHINA] BARROW, JOHN, Sir. 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, and on a subsequent journey through the country from

Lot: 368 - [AFGHANISTAN] BELLEW, HENRY WALTER. The Races of

[AFGHANISTAN] BELLEW, HENRY WALTER. The Races of Afghanistan. Being an account of the principal nations inhabiting the country. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co., 1880. Original publisher''s green cloth gilt with gilt vignette of lion and sun on

Lot: 369 - [BURMA] BIRD, GEORGE W. Wanderings in Burma.

[BURMA] BIRD, GEORGE W. Wanderings in Burma. Bournemouth: F.J. Bright, 1897. Stated first edition. Publisher''s illustrated dark green cloth, top edge gilt. 10 x 7 inches (25 x 17.5 cm); [xiv], errata slip, 410, [ii]+iv pp., 20 maps and plans (4

Lot: 370 - [TIBET] BOWER, HAMILTON. Diary of a Journey across

[TIBET] BOWER, HAMILTON. Diary of a Journey across Tibet. London: Rivington, Percival and Co., 1894. First published edition (there was a Calcutta edition for official use only of the previous year). Publisher''s light blue-green pictorial cloth,

Lot: 371 - BURTON, RICHARD FRANCIS, [SIR] Personal Narrative

BURTON, RICHARD FRANCIS, [SIR] Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El-Medinah and Meccah. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1855-56. First edition. Three volumes, publisher''s dark blue cloth, covers stamped in black, printed brown

Lot: 372 - [KOREA] CAVENDISH, A.E.J. Korea and the sacred

[KOREA] CAVENDISH, A.E.J. Korea and the sacred white mountain. Being a brief account of a journey in Korea in 1891. London: George Philip & Son, 1894. First edition. Publisher''s illustrated dark blue cloth, in modern slipcase. 8 3/4 x 6 3/8

Lot: 373 - [CHINA] CHURCH, PERCY W. Chinese Turkestan with

[CHINA] CHURCH, PERCY W. Chinese Turkestan with Caravan and Rifle. London: Rivingtons, 1901. First edition. Publisher''s gray pictorial cloth, black endpapers. 8 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches (22 x 14.5 cm); xii, 207, [1] pp., with frontispiece, folding map,

Lot: 374 - [CHINA] CLARK, ROBERT STERLING and SOWERBY, ARTHUR

[CHINA] CLARK, ROBERT STERLING and SOWERBY, ARTHUR DE CARLE. Through Shen-Kan: The Account of the Clark Expedition in North China, 1908-9. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1912. Publisher''s ochre pictorial cloth. 9 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches (25 x 19 cm); [ii

Lot: 375 - [CHINA] COOPER, T. Travels of a Pioneer of

[CHINA] COOPER, T. Travels of a Pioneer of Commerce in pigtail and petticoats: or, an Overland Journey from China towards India. London: Murray, 1871. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial blue cloth, dark grey endpapers in modern slipcase. 8 3/4 x

Lot: 376 - [CHINA] DAVIES, HENRY RODOLPH. Yün-Nan. The

[CHINA] DAVIES, HENRY RODOLPH. Yün-Nan. The Link between India and the Yangtze. Cambridge: University Press, 1909. First edition. Original green cloth, in the Brooke-Hitching slipcase. 9 1/4 x 6 inches (23.5 x 15 cm); xii, 432, folding map, 3

Lot: 377 - [MONGOLIA] DEMIDOFF, E. [i.e. DEMIDOV, ELIM

[MONGOLIA] DEMIDOFF, E. [i.e. DEMIDOV, ELIM PAVLOVICH, Prince of San Donato]. After Wild Sheep in the Altai and Mongolia. London: Rowland Ward, Ltd., 1900. First edition, inscribed "with kindest regards", and with the original presentation letter to

Lot: 378 - [CAUCASUS etc.] DEMIDOFF, E. [i.e. DEMIDOV, ELIM

[CAUCASUS etc.] DEMIDOFF, E. [i.e. DEMIDOV, ELIM PAVLOVICH, Prince of San Donato]. Hunting Trips in the Caucasus. London: Rowland Ward, Ltd., 1898. First edition. Original publisher''s pale blue cloth lettered in gilt. 9 x 6 3/8 inches (22.75 x 16

Lot: 379 - [CENTRAL ASIA] ETHERTON, P.T. Across the Roof of

[CENTRAL ASIA] ETHERTON, P.T. Across the Roof of the World. A record of sport and travel through Kashmir, Gilgit, Hunza, the Pamirs, Chinese Turkistan, Mongolia and Siberia. London: Constable & Co., 1911. First edition. Original publisher''s

Lot: 380 - [TIBET] FERGUSSON, W. N. Adventure, Sport and

[TIBET] FERGUSSON, W. N. Adventure, Sport and Travel on the Tibetan Steppes. London: Constable, 1911. First edition. Original publisher''s pictorial cloth. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches (24 x 16.5 cm); xvi, 343 pp., with photogravure portrait, two folding

Lot: 381 - [TIBET] FILIPPI, FILIPPO DE. The Italian

[TIBET] FILIPPI, FILIPPO DE. The Italian Expedition to the Himalaya, Karakoram and Eastern Turkestan (1913-1914). London: Edward Arnold, 1932. First edition in English. Publisher''s brick red cloth, in dust jacket. 9 5/8 x 7 1/8 inches (25 x 18 cm);

Lot: 382 - [CENTRAL ASIA] FORSYTH, THOMAS DOUGLAS. Report of

[CENTRAL ASIA] FORSYTH, THOMAS DOUGLAS. Report of a Mission to Yarkund in 1873 ... with Historical and Geographical Information regarding the Possessions of the Ameer of Yarkund. Calcutta: Foreign Department Press, 1875. First edition, likely a

Lot: 383 - [CHINA] FORTUNE, ROBERT. A Journey to the Tea

[CHINA] FORTUNE, ROBERT. A Journey to the Tea Countries of China; including Sung-Lo and the Bohea Hills; with a short notice of the East India Company''s tea plantations in the Himalaya Mountains. London: John Murray, 1852. First edition. Original

Lot: 384 - [CAUCASUS] FRESHFIELD, DOUGLAS W. The Exploration

[CAUCASUS] FRESHFIELD, DOUGLAS W. The Exploration of the Caucasus. London: Edward Arnold, 1896. First edition. First trade edition. Two volumes, publisher''s cloth backed green boards. 10 7/8 x 7 1/2 inches (27.5 x 19 cm); (vol. 1) xxiv; 278 pp.;

Lot: 385 - [TIBET and CHINA] HEDIN, SVEN (and others).

[TIBET and CHINA] HEDIN, SVEN (and others). History of the Expedition in Asia 1927-1935 ... in collaboration with Folke Bergman. Stockholm: s.n., 1943-45. Four volumes, original printed wrappers. 12 x 9 5/8 inches (30 x 24.5 cm); xxviii. 260 pp.;

Lot: 386 - [MONGOLIA] HEDLEY, J.

[MONGOLIA] HEDLEY, J. Tramps in Dark Mongolia. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1910. First edition. Original illustrated green cloth, top edge gilt, in modern cloth slipcase. 8 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches (22 x 13.5 cm); xii, 372, xv, 87, [ii] pp. adverts; folding

Lot: 387 - [BORNEO] KEPPEL, HENRY, Sir. The Expedition to

[BORNEO] KEPPEL, HENRY, Sir. The Expedition to Borneo of HMS Dido for the Suppression of Piracy: with Extracts from the Journal of James Brooke of Sarawak. London: Chapman and Hall, 1846. First edition. Two volumes, 19th century three-quarters calf,

Lot: 388 - [UZBEKISTAN] KER, DAVID. On The Road To Khiva.

[UZBEKISTAN] KER, DAVID. On The Road To Khiva. London: Henry S. King & Co., 1874. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial brown cloth gilt, dark green endpapers, modern slipcase. 8 x 5 inches (20 x 12.5 cm); [iv], vii-xiv, [ii], 360 pp., 40 pp.

Lot: 389 - [TIBET] KINGDON-WARD, FRANCIS. The Riddle Of The

[TIBET] KINGDON-WARD, FRANCIS. The Riddle Of The Tsangpo Gorges. London: Edward Arnold & Co., 1926. Publisher''s black cloth, modern slipcase. (22 x 14 cm); 8 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches; xvi, 328 pp., folding colored map, 21 photographic illustrations

Lot: 390 - [CHINA and BURMA] KINGDON-WARD, FRANCIS. From

[CHINA and BURMA] KINGDON-WARD, FRANCIS. From China To Hkamti Long. London: Edward Arnold & Co., 1924. First edition. original black cloth, photo-illustrated dust jacket. (22 x 14 cm); 8 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches; [4], 5- 318 pp., [2 pp. adverts];

Lot: 391 - [TIBET] KINGDON-WARD, F.[RANCIS]. The Land of the

[TIBET] KINGDON-WARD, F.[RANCIS]. The Land of the Blue Poppy. Travels of a naturalist in Eastern Tibet. Cambridge: University Press, 1913. First edition. Publisher''s blue-gray cloth. 9 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches (23.5 x 16 cm); xii, 283, [1] pp. ; 39

Lot: 392 - [TIBET] LANDOR, A. HENRY SAVAGE. In the Forbidden

[TIBET] LANDOR, A. HENRY SAVAGE. In the Forbidden Land: An Account of a Journey into Tibet. London: Heinemann, 1898. First edition, with a letter by the author laid-in. Two volumes, pale olive publisher''s pictorial cloth. 8 3/4 x 6 inches (22 x 15

Lot: 393 - [JAPAN] LANDOR, A. HENRY SAVAGE. Alone with the

[JAPAN] LANDOR, A. HENRY SAVAGE. Alone with the hairy Ainu: or, 3800 miles on a pack saddle in Yezo and a cruise to the Kurile islands. London: John Murray, 1893. First edition. Pale olive publisher''s cloth in modern slipcase. 9 x 6 1/4 inches

Lot: 394 - [TIBET] KINLOCH, ALEXANDER A.A. Large Game

[TIBET] KINLOCH, ALEXANDER A.A. Large Game Shooting in Thibet and the North West [1st and 2nd series]. London: Harrison, 1869, 1876. First editions. Two volumes, publisher''s green cloth, upper cover with the head in gilt of Ovis ammon (and on the

Lot: 395 - [TIBET] KNIGHT, WILLIAM HENRY. Diary of a

[TIBET] KNIGHT, WILLIAM HENRY. Diary of a Pedestrian in Cashmere and Thibet. London: Richard Bentley, 1863. First edition, the preferred issue with the fragment of prayer-wheel mounted on p. 201 Original green cloth gilt, dark brown endpapers, in

Lot: 396 - [BURMA AND THAILAND] HALLETT, HOLT S. A thousand

[BURMA AND THAILAND] HALLETT, HOLT S. A thousand miles on an elephant in the Shan States. Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1890. First edition. Original pictorial brown cloth, black endpapers. 9 x 5 3/4 inches (22 x 13.5 cm); xxxvi, 484 pp., 24 pp.

Lot: 397 - [CENTRAL ASIA] LANSDELL, HENRY Chinese Central

[CENTRAL ASIA] LANSDELL, HENRY Chinese Central Asia. A ride to Little Tibet. London: Sampson Low [&c.], 1893. First edition, presentation copy inscribed by the author "To Mrs Colyer with affection and best wishes of the author Henry Lansdell

Lot: 398 - [CENTRAL ASIA] LANSDELL, HENRY Russian Central

[CENTRAL ASIA] LANSDELL, HENRY Russian Central Asia, Including Kulda, Bokhara, Khiva, And Merv. London: Sampson Low [&c.], 1885. First edition, presentation copy inscribed by the author "To Miss Fanny Howarth with kind regards & best wishes

Lot: 399 - [CENTRAL ASIA] LANSDELL, HENRY. Through Central

[CENTRAL ASIA] LANSDELL, HENRY. Through Central Asia, With A Map And Appendix On The Diplomacy And Delimitation Of The Russo-Afghan Frontier. London: Sampson Low [&c.], 1887. First edition. Publisher''s pale blue pictorial cloth, black

Lot: 400 - [NEW GUINEA] MORESBY, JOHN. New Guinea &

[NEW GUINEA] MORESBY, JOHN. New Guinea & Polynesia. Discoveries & Surveys in New Guinea and the D''Entrecasteaux Islands. A cruise in Polynesia and visits to the pearl-shelling stations in the Torres Straits. London: John Murray, 1876. First

Lot: 401 - [SUDAN] MYERS, ARTHUR B.[OWEN] R.[ICHARDS]. Life

[SUDAN] MYERS, ARTHUR B.[OWEN] R.[ICHARDS]. Life with the Hamran Arabs. An Account of a Sporting Tour of Some Officers of the Guards in the Soudan during the Winter of 1874-5. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1876. First edition. Publisher''s green

Lot: 402 - [TIBET] PREJEVALSKY, NIKOLAI [MORGAN, E.

[TIBET] PREJEVALSKY, NIKOLAI [MORGAN, E. DELMAR-trans.]. Mongolia, the Tangut country, and the solitudes of northern Tibet... London: Sampson Low [etc.], 1876. First English edition. Three-quarters period red morocco, marbled edges. 8 3/8 x 5 1/4

Lot: 403 - [TIBET] PREJEVALSKY, NIKOLAI [MORGAN, E.

[TIBET] PREJEVALSKY, NIKOLAI [MORGAN, E. DELMAR-trans.]. From Kulja, across the Tian Shan to Lob-Nor. London: Sampson Low [etc.], 1879. First English edition. Publisher''s brown cloth with their monogram in black, brown endpapers. 8 5/8 x 5 1/2

Lot: 404 - [JAPAN] ST. JOHN, HENRY CRAVEN. Notes and Sketches

[JAPAN] ST. JOHN, HENRY CRAVEN. Notes and Sketches from the Wild Coasts of Nipon. With chapters of cruising after pirates in Chinese waters. Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1880. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial maroon cloth, black endpapers. 8 1/8 x

Lot: 405 - [IRAN] STEIN, AUREL, (Sir). Old Routes of Western

[IRAN] STEIN, AUREL, (Sir). Old Routes of Western Iran. Narrative of an archaeological journey London: MacMillan and Co., 1940. First edition. Publisher''s russet cloth in dust jacket. 9 3/8 x 5 1/2 inches (23.5 x 16.5 cm); xxviii, 432 pp.; 2

Lot: 406 - [CHINA] STEIN, AUREL, (Sir). On Alexander's Track

[CHINA] STEIN, AUREL, (Sir). On Alexander''s Track to the Indus. Personal Narrative of explorations on the North-West frontier of India... London: MacMillan and Co., 1929. First edition. Publisher''s brick-red cloth with gold medallion in dust

Lot: 407 - [CHINA] SOWERBY, ARTHUR DE CARLE. Sport and

[CHINA] SOWERBY, ARTHUR DE CARLE. Sport and Science on the Sino-Mongolian frontier. London: Andrew Melrose, 1918. First edition. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1912. Publisher''s pictorial brown cloth. 8 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches (21.5 x 14.5 cm); xvi, 296 pp.;

Lot: 408 - [SIBERIA] SWAYNE, H.[ARALD] G.[EORGE]. C.[ARLOS].

[SIBERIA] SWAYNE, H.[ARALD] G.[EORGE]. C.[ARLOS]. Through the Highlands of Siberia. London: Rowland Ward, 1904. First edition. Original light brown cloth, zebra skin patterned endpapers, in the original dust jacket. 8 7/8 x 5 5/8 inches (22.5 x 14

Lot: 409 - [NORTH BORNEO] WHITEHEAD, JOHN. Exploration of

[NORTH BORNEO] WHITEHEAD, JOHN. Exploration of Mount Kina Balu, North Borneo. London: Gurney & Jackson, 1893. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial cloth. 14 3/4 x 10 inches (37.5 x 25 cm); x, [ii] 317, [1] pp., with 32 plates, including 11

Lot: 410 - [CHINA] WADE, HENLING THOMAS (editor). With Boat

[CHINA] WADE, HENLING THOMAS (editor). With Boat and Gun in the Yangtze Valley. Shanghai: Shanghai Mercury Office, 1895. First edition. Publisher''s blue cloth, neatly rebacked preserving original spine. 10 x 8 1/2 inches (25.5 x 22 cm);

Lot: 411 - [CHINA] WATERS, T. J. Map of the Country around

[CHINA] WATERS, T. J. Map of the Country around Shanghai Compiled expressly for Sportsmen [cover title from case]. Shanghai? s.n., 1880 (date on case). Original green cloth map case with printed label, containing 4 ff. text with the pronunciations

Lot: 412 - BAIRNSFATHER, PETER ROBERT Sport and Nature in the

BAIRNSFATHER, PETER ROBERT Sport and Nature in the Himalayas. London: Harrison and Sons, 1914. First edition. Original green pictorial cloth gilt. 8 1/4 x 6 5/8 inches (21 x 17 cm); xvi, 137, [3] pp., with frontispiece and six illustrations. Very

Lot: 413 - FRESHFIELD, DOUGLAS W. Round Kangchenjunga. A

FRESHFIELD, DOUGLAS W. Round Kangchenjunga. A narrative of mountain travel and exploration. London: Edward Arnold, 1903. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial red boards. 10 x 6 1/4 inches (25 x 15.5 cm); half-title, xvi, 374 pp., [ii pp. adverts],

Lot: 414 - STONE, SAMUEL JAMES In and beyond the Himalayas. A

STONE, SAMUEL JAMES In and beyond the Himalayas. A record of sport and travel in the abode of snow. London and New York: Edwin Arnold, 1896. First edition. Publishers pictorial red cloth. 8 3/4 x 5 5/8 inches (22.5 x 14.5 cm); xx, 320 pp., with

Lot: 415 - HENDERSON, GEORGE and HUME, ALLAN OCTAVIAN Lahore

HENDERSON, GEORGE and HUME, ALLAN OCTAVIAN Lahore to Yarkand: Incidents of the Route and Natural History of the Countries Traversed by the Expedition of 1870... London: L. Reeve, 1873. First edition. Publisher''s brown cloth. 10 x 6 1/4 inches (25 x

Lot: 416 - HENDERSON, GEORGE and HUME, ALLAN OCTAVIAN Lahore

HENDERSON, GEORGE and HUME, ALLAN OCTAVIAN Lahore to Yarkand: Incidents of the Route and Natural History of the Countries Traversed by the Expedition of 1870... London: L. Reeve, 1873. First edition. Modern half-calf, marbled sides. 10 x 6 1/4

Lot: 417 - HOOKER, JOSEPH DALTON Himalayan Journals; or,

HOOKER, JOSEPH DALTON Himalayan Journals; or, Notes of a Naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Nepal Himalayas, the Khasia Mountains, &c. London: John Murray, 1854. First edition. Two volumes, original pictorial blindstamped plum cloth,

Lot: 418 - WORKMAN, FANNY B. & WILLIAM Two Summers in the

WORKMAN, FANNY B. & WILLIAM Two Summers in the Ice-Wilds of Eastern Karakoram. The Exploration of Nineteen Hundred Square Miles of Mountain and Glacier. London: T. Fisher Unwin, [1917]. First edition. Publisher''s brown cloth with butterfly

Lot: 419 - WORKMAN, FANNY Peaks and glaciers of Nun Kun. A

WORKMAN, FANNY Peaks and glaciers of Nun Kun. A record of pioneer-exploration and mountaineering in the Punjab Himalaya. London: Archibald Constable, 1909. First edition. Publisher''s dark green pictorial cloth, top edge gilt, in blue cloth

Lot: 420 - [HIMALAYAS] Group of five works. Includes BURRARD,

[HIMALAYAS] Group of five works. Includes BURRARD, GERALD. Big Game Hunting in the Himalayas and Tibet. London: 1925; HEBER, A. REEVE. In Himalayan Tibet. Philadelphia, 1926; The EARL OF RONALDSHAY. Lands of the Thunderbolt. London: 1923 and On

Lot: 421 - [LADAKH] F.E.S.A. [=ADAIR, SIR FREDERICK EDWARD

[LADAKH] F.E.S.A. [=ADAIR, SIR FREDERICK EDWARD SHAFTO A Summer in High Asia: Being a Record of Sport and Travel in Baltistan and Ladakh. W. Thacker & Co., 1899. First edition. Publishers tan pictorial cloth. 9 x 5 5/8 inches (23 x 14.5 cm);

Lot: 422 - [LADAKH] F.E.S.A. [=ADAIR, SIR FREDERICK EDWARD

[LADAKH] F.E.S.A. [=ADAIR, SIR FREDERICK EDWARD SHAFTO. Sport in Ladakh. Five Letters from "The Field." London: Horace Cox, 1895. First edition. Publishers pale blue pictorial cloth. 11 1/8 x 8 1/2 inches (28 x 21.5 cm); 32 pp., photographic

Lot: 423 - ALLEN, G. L., Rev. & Mrs. The Views and Flowers

ALLEN, G. L., Rev. & Mrs. The Views and Flowers from Guzerat and Rajpootana. London: Paul Jerrard & Son, [ circa 1850]. Publisher''s green pictorial cloth. 10 5/8 x 7 inches (18 x 27 cm); title, 13 pp. text, and advert leaf printed in gold;

Lot: 424 - APPERLEY, W.[ILLIAM] W.[YNNE] [Shooting Diary of

APPERLEY, W.[ILLIAM] W.[YNNE] [Shooting Diary of W. W. Apperley]--title from head of first page. India: 1827-31 (from contents). Period dark brown soft leather in modern leather backed clamshell case. 9 1/8 x 7 3/8 inches (23 x 18.5 cm); 14 ff. (two

Lot: 425 - ATKINSON, GEORGE FRANCKLIN "Curry & Rice," on

ATKINSON, GEORGE FRANCKLIN "Curry & Rice," on Forty Plates; or, The Ingredients of Social Life at "Our Station" in India. London: Day & Son, [1860]. First edition. Contemporary red three-quarters morocco gilt. 10 7/8 x 7 1/2 inches (27.5 x

Lot: 426 - BEATSON, ALEXANDER A View of the Origin and

BEATSON, ALEXANDER A View of the Origin and Conduct of the War with Tippoo Sultaun and of the Siege of Seringapatam. London: G. & W. Nicol, 1800. First edition. Original boards with printed paper spine label. 11 1/2 x 9 inches (29 x 24 cm);

Lot: 427 - BELLEW, CAPTAIN [FRANCIS JOHN] Views in India.

BELLEW, CAPTAIN [FRANCIS JOHN] Views in India. London: for the Author, 1833. Modern three-quarters leather gilt over straight grained cloth, likely the original. 11 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches (28.5 x 21 cm); lithographed title, 30 lithographed views, [78]

Lot: 428 - BLACKER, VALENTINE Memoir of the operations of the

BLACKER, VALENTINE Memoir of the operations of the British army in India, during the Mahratta War of 1817, 1818, & 1819. London: printed for Black, Kingsbury, Parbury, and Allen, 1821. First edition. Two volumes, three-quarters 20th century calf

Lot: 429 - BLANE, WILLIAM An Account of the Hunting

BLANE, WILLIAM An Account of the Hunting Excursions of Asoph Ul Doulah, Viser of the Mogul Empire. London: John Stockdale, 1788. First separate edition. 20th century calf-backed marbled boards. 8 x 5 inches (20 x 12 cm); 20 pp. (lacking adverts).

Lot: 430 - BROWN, HORACE COWLEY [Sketches by Captain Horace

BROWN, HORACE COWLEY [Sketches by Captain Horace Brown of the Royal (Bombay) Artillery]. London?: circa 1876. Oblong three-quarters morocco. 22 x 16 1/2 inches (30 x 42 cm); 86 guarded mounts with approximately 172 mounted albumen prints,

Lot: 431 - BUCHANAN, FRANCIS HAMILTON A Journey from Madras

BUCHANAN, FRANCIS HAMILTON A Journey from Madras through the countries of Mysore, Canara and Malabar. London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1807. First edition. Three volumes. Contemporary tree calf with red and and black lettering labels and Greek key

Lot: 432 - BUTLER, JOHN, Major A Sketch of Assam with some

BUTLER, JOHN, Major A Sketch of Assam with some Account of the Hill Tribes. London: Smith, Elder, 1847. First edition, with a fine presentation signed by Butler on the front paste-down "To Colonel Simpson with the sincere esteem and regard of his

Lot: 433 - COLEBROOK, R[OBERT]. H. Twelve views of places in

COLEBROOK, R[OBERT]. H. Twelve views of places in the Kingdom of Mysore, the country of Tippoo sultan, from drawings taken on the spot. To which are annexed, concise descriptions of the places drawn... London: s.n., 1793. The first issue with the

Lot: 434 - DARRAH, HENRY ZOUCH Sport in the Highlands of

DARRAH, HENRY ZOUCH Sport in the Highlands of Kashmir. Being a narrative of eight months'' trip in the Baltistan and Ladak, and a Lady''s experience in the latter country; Together with hints for the guidance of sportsmen. London: Rowland Ward,

Lot: 435 - D'OYLY, CHARLES, Sir Tom Raw the Griffin, A

D''OYLY, CHARLES, Sir Tom Raw the Griffin, A Burlesque Poem... London: R. Ackermann, 1828. First edition. Publisher''s orange cloth by Remnant and Edmonds with their ticket. 9 7/8 x 6 1/4 inches (25 x 15.5 cm); [2], vii, [3], 325, [1], 10 pp. ads.,

Lot: 436 - D'OYLY, SIR CHARLES [Two albums of lithographs,

D''OYLY, SIR CHARLES [Two albums of lithographs, after D''Oyly and others]. Patna: Behar Lithographic Press, 1828-1831]. Two volumes, modern (or refurbished) plain blue paper wrappers, housed in a chemise and leather backed clamshell case. 10 x 13

Lot: 437 - GRANT, C.[OLESWORTHY] Lithographic Sketches of the

GRANT, C.[OLESWORTHY] Lithographic Sketches of the Public Characters of Calcutta... Calcutta: W. Thacker and Co., [1852]. Modern three-quarters green morocco gilt over marbled boards. 10 x 7 inches (25.5 x 17.5 cm); printed title, 37 lithographed

Lot: 438 - HAMILTON, DOUGLAS, General Records of Sport in

HAMILTON, DOUGLAS, General Records of Sport in Southern India chiefly on the Annamullay, Nielgherry and Pulney mountains, also including notes on Singapore, Java and Labuan, from journals written between 1844 and 1870. London: R.H. Porter, 1892.

Lot: 439 - HODGES, WILLIAM Travels in India, during the years

HODGES, WILLIAM Travels in India, during the years 1780, 1781, 1782, & 1783. London: Printed for the author, and sold by J. Edwards, Pall Mall, 1793. First edition. Contemporary calf, marbled edges. 11 5/8 x 9 1/4 inches (29.5 x 23.5 cm); vi,

Lot: 440 - HUME, ALLAN OCTAVIAN and MARSHALL, CHARLES H. T.

HUME, ALLAN OCTAVIAN and MARSHALL, CHARLES H. T. The Game Birds of India, Burmah, and Ceylon. Calcutta: Hume and Marshall, [1878]-81. Three volumes, publisher''s green pictorial cloth. 9 3/4 x 6 1/8 inches (25 x 15.5 cm); pictorial title, [1] 2,

Lot: 441 - IRBY, HENRY AUGUSTUS The Diary of a Hunter, from

IRBY, HENRY AUGUSTUS The Diary of a Hunter, from the Punjab to the Karakorum Mountains. London & Norwich: Longman, Green [etc.] and Henry W, Stacy, 1863. First edition, a family association copy dated the year of publication. Publisher''s

Lot: 442 - JAMESON, JAMES S. Story of the Rear Column of the

JAMESON, JAMES S. Story of the Rear Column of the Emin Pasha Relief Expedition. London: R.H. Porter, 1890. First edition. Publisher''s green cloth with the Jameson motto. xxxiv, 455, [1] pp.; with 2 folding colored maps and a mounted Woodburytype

Lot: 443 - JERDON, THOMAS Illustrations of Indian

JERDON, THOMAS Illustrations of Indian ornithology: containing fifty figures of new, unfigured and interesting species of birds, chiefly from the South of India. Madras: printed by P.R, Hunt, American Mission Press, 1847. First edition. Modern

Lot: 444 - MYSELF [=J.C.H.?]. The Hassanoor Journal.

MYSELF [=J.C.H.?]. The Hassanoor Journal. Madras: s.n., [before 1875, but likely late 1865-1866]. Inscribed "J. Michael/with the kindest regards of/J.C.H./[Simla??] July 17th 1875." Full blue morocco gilt with the ticket of Lawrence Asylum Press,

Lot: 445 - PRICE, FREDERICK (Sir) Ootacamund. A History.

PRICE, FREDERICK (Sir) Ootacamund. A History. Compiled for the government of Madras. Madras: Printed and published by the Superintendent, Government Press, 1908. First edition, inscribed by Price "A souvenir of Ooty the Beautiful with the Author''s

Lot: 446 - SLEEMAN, WILLIAM HENRY, (Sir) Rambles and

SLEEMAN, WILLIAM HENRY, (Sir) Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official. London: J. Hatchard, 1844. First edition. Two volumes, publisher''s pale red cloth gilt. 9 3/8 x 6 1/4 inches (24 x 15.5); xii, 478 pp., 2 pp. adverts; vii, [1], 459, [1]

Lot: 447 - TENNENT, JAMES EMERSON, Sir Sketches of the

TENNENT, JAMES EMERSON, Sir Sketches of the natural history of Ceylon: with narratives and anecdotes illustrative of the habits and instincts of the mammalia, birds, reptiles, fishes, insects, &c... London: Longman [etc.], 1861. First edition.

Lot: 448 - ALEXANDER, BOYD, Lieutenant [and TALBOT, PERCY

ALEXANDER, BOYD, Lieutenant [and TALBOT, PERCY A.]. From the Niger to the Nile. London: Edward Arnold, 1907. First edition. Two volumes, original red cloth. 9 x 6 7/8 inches (23 x 17 cm); xv, [1], 358; xi, [1], 420; frontispieces in each volume, 3

Lot: 449 - [ASCENSION ISLAND] ALLEN, WILLIAM [Lieut.].

[ASCENSION ISLAND] ALLEN, WILLIAM [Lieut.]. Picturesque Views in the Island of Ascension. London: Printed for the author by James Moyes, 1835. First edition. Original printed wrappers housed in a modern clamshell case. 11 x 15 inches (28 x 38 cm);

Lot: 450 - BAKER, SAMUEL WHITE (Sir) The Nile tributaries of

BAKER, SAMUEL WHITE (Sir) The Nile tributaries of Abyssinia and the sword hunters of the Hamran Arabs. London: MacMillan and Co., 1867. First edition. Publisher''s blue pictorial cloth. 8 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches (22 x 14.5 cm); iii-xxii, [ii], 596 pp., 2

Lot: 451 - BAKER, SAMUEL WHITE (Sir) Ismailïa. A

BAKER, SAMUEL WHITE (Sir) Ismailïa. A narrative of the expedition to Central Africa for the suppression of the slave trade, organized by Ismail, Khedive of Egypt. London: MacMillan and Co., 1874. First edition. Two volumes, publisher''s green

Lot: 452 - BAKER, SAMUEL WHITE (Sir) The Albert N'yanza;

BAKER, SAMUEL WHITE (Sir) The Albert N''yanza; great basin of the Nile, and explorations of the Nile sources. London: MacMillan and Co., 1866. First edition. Two volumes, publisher''s green pictorial cloth. 8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches (22 x 14.5 cm);

Lot: 453 - BLACKBURNE-MAZE, C.I. From Oriental to Occidental

BLACKBURNE-MAZE, C.I. From Oriental to Occidental Africa. Maidstone: W.E. Thorpe & Son, 1914. First edition, inscribed by the author with compliments, dated 15.9.14. Original pictorial dark green cloth, top edge gilt. 8 3/4 x 5 5/8 inches (22 x

Lot: 454 - BLACKBURNE-MAZE, C.I. Journals Of My African

BLACKBURNE-MAZE, C.I. Journals Of My African Travels. Maidstone: W.E. Thorpe & Son, 1913. First edition, inscribed by the author with compliments, dated 17.5.14. Original pictorial dark green cloth, top edge gilt. 8 3/4 x 5 5/8 inches (22 x 24.5

Lot: 455 - BRYDEN, HENRY ANDERSON Gun and Camera in Southern

BRYDEN, HENRY ANDERSON Gun and Camera in Southern Africa. London: Edward Stanford, 1893. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial cloth, patterned endpapers. 8 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches (22 x 14 cm); xiv, 544 pp.; folding map, illustrations after photographs

Lot: 456 - BURTON, RICHARD FRANCIS [Sir] Frontispiece drawing

BURTON, RICHARD FRANCIS [Sir] Frontispiece drawing of Axim, from the Steamer''s Anchorage intended for To the Gold Coast for Gold. A Personal Narrative, published by Chatto & Windus (London: 1883). Original watercolor drawing on paper, 3 1/2 x

Lot: 457 - CAMPBELL, REV. JOHN Travels in South Africa,

CAMPBELL, REV. JOHN Travels in South Africa, undertaken at the request of the London missionary society; being a narrative of a second journey in the interior of that country. London: Printed for the Society ... by Francis Westley, 1822. First

Lot: 458 - BOTTOMLEY, GEORGE A Journey to the South African

BOTTOMLEY, GEORGE A Journey to the South African Gold Fields. Natal: Natal Printing Company "Herald" Office, Durban 1870. First edition. Later half calf over marbled boards, original wrappers bound-in, in leather backed clamshell case. 7 1/2 x 4 1/8

Lot: 459 - CHAPMAN, JAMES Travels in the Interior of South

CHAPMAN, JAMES Travels in the Interior of South Africa, comprising fifteen years'' hunting and trading; with journeys across the continent from Natal to Walvisch Bay, and visits to Lake Ngami and the Victoria Falls. London: Bell & Daldy and

Lot: 460 - DE COSSON, EMILIUS ALBERT The cradle of the Blue

DE COSSON, EMILIUS ALBERT The cradle of the Blue Nile. A visit to the court of King John of Ethiopia. London: J. Murray, 1877. First edition. Two volumes, publisher''s blue pictorial cloth. 8 x 5 1/4 inches (20 x 12.5 cm); (vol. 1) viii, [2], 306

Lot: 461 - DENHAM, DIXON, and CLAPPERTON, HUGH Narrative of

DENHAM, DIXON, and CLAPPERTON, HUGH Narrative of travels and discoveries In Northern and Central Africa, in the years 1822, 1823, and 1824, by Major Denham, Captain Clapperton, and the late Doctor Oudney.... London: John Murray, 1826. First edition,

Lot: 462 - FOA, EDOUARD After big game in Central Africa;

FOA, EDOUARD After big game in Central Africa; records of a sportsman from August 1894 to November 1897, when crossing the Dark Continent from the mouth of the Zambesi to the French Congo. London: Adam & Charles Black, 1899. First edition.

Lot: 463 - FRY, W. ELLERTON. [Occupation of

FRY, W. ELLERTON. [Occupation of Mashonoland]-cover title. London: self published, circa 1891. One of approximately 12 albums believed to have been assembled, with Fry''s copyright notice mounted on the front paste-down. Period (likely issue)

Lot: 464 - GARDINER, ALLEN FRANCIS Narrative of a Journey to

GARDINER, ALLEN FRANCIS Narrative of a Journey to the Zoolu Country in South Africa ... undertaken in 1835. London: William Crofts, 1836. First edition. Publisher''s green cloth titled in gilt on the spine. 8 3/4 x 5 5/8 inches (22 x 14 cm); iv, 412

Lot: 465 - HARRIS, WILLIAM CORNWALLIS, Sir The Highlands of

HARRIS, WILLIAM CORNWALLIS, Sir The Highlands of Aethiopia. London: Longman [etc.], 1844. First edition. Three volumes, period three-quarters black morocco, marbled sides, all edges marbled. 8 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches (21.5 x 13 cm); (vol. 1) xviii, [2],

Lot: 466 - HÖHNEL, LUDWIG VON [BELL, NANCY-trans.]

HÖHNEL, LUDWIG VON [BELL, NANCY-trans.] Discovery of Lakes Rudolf and Stefanie. A narrative of Count Samuel Teleki''s exploring and hunting expedition in Eastern Equatorial Africa in 1887 & 1888. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1894. First

Lot: 467 - HUGHES, J.E. Eighteen years on Lake Bangweulu.

HUGHES, J.E. Eighteen years on Lake Bangweulu. With an introduction by Major H. C. Maydon. London: "The Field," 1933. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial orange cloth. 9 3/4 x 7 3/8 inches (25 x 18 cm); pp. xvi, 376 pp.; 78 photographic

Lot: 468 - JESSEN, BURCHARD HEINRICH. W.N. McMillan's

JESSEN, BURCHARD HEINRICH. W.N. McMillan''s expeditions and big game hunting in Sudan, Abyssinia, & British East Africa... London: Marchant Singer & Co. [For private distribution only], 1906. First edition. Publisher''s ribbed red cloth with

Lot: 469 - JOHNSTON, HARRY HAMILTON, (Sir) Group of five

JOHNSTON, HARRY HAMILTON, (Sir) Group of five works. Includes George Grenfell and the Congo. London: 1908. First edition. Two volumes, publisher''s cloth; The Uganda Protectorate. London: 1902. First edition. Two volumes, publisher''s cloth;

Lot: 470 - JUNKER, WILHELM [KEANE, A.H.-trans.] Travels in

JUNKER, WILHELM [KEANE, A.H.-trans.] Travels in Africa during the Years 1875-1878; [idem.] 1879-1883; [idem.] [ 1882-1886]. London: Chapman & Hall, 1890-91-92. First edition in English. Three volumes, publisher''s green cloth. 8 3/4 x 5 1/2

Lot: 471 - KIRBY, FREDERICK VAUGHAN In Haunts of Wild Game. A

KIRBY, FREDERICK VAUGHAN In Haunts of Wild Game. A hunter-naturalist''s wanderings from Kahlamba to Libombo. Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood and Sons 1896. First edition. Publisher''s pale brown pictorial cloth. 9 x 6 3/4 inches (22.5 x 17

Lot: 472 - LE VAILLANT, FRANCOIS New Travels into the

LE VAILLANT, FRANCOIS New Travels into the Interior Parts of Africa, by the way of The Cape of Good Hope, in the Years 1783, 84, and 85. Translated from the French. London: G.G. and J. Robinson, 1796. First edition in English. Three volumes.

Lot: 473 - LICHTENSTEIN, HINRICH (PLUMPTRE, ANNE-trans.)

LICHTENSTEIN, HINRICH (PLUMPTRE, ANNE-trans.) Travels in Southern Africa, in the Years 1803, 1804, 1805 and 1806. London: Henry Colburn, 1812-15. Two volumes, modern three-quarters calf, yellow edges. 10 1/4 x 8 1/8 inches (26 x 20.5 cm); xii,

Lot: 474 - LIVINGSTONE, DAVID. The Last Journals of David

LIVINGSTONE, DAVID. The Last Journals of David Livingstone, in Central Africa. London: Murray, 1874. First edition. Two volumes, original pictorial purple cloth, dark brown endpapers, in the Brooke-Hitching slipcase. 8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches (22 x 14

Lot: 475 - LIVINGSTONE, DAVID The Last Journals of David

LIVINGSTONE, DAVID The Last Journals of David Livingstone, in Central Africa. London: John Murray, 1874. First edition. Two volumes, period three-quarters calf, marbled sides, all edges marbled. 8 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches (21.5 x 13.25 cm); xvi, 360;

Lot: 476 - LIVINGSTONE, DAVID AND CHARLES Narrative of an

LIVINGSTONE, DAVID AND CHARLES Narrative of an Expedition to the Zambesi and its Tributaries; and of the Discovery of the Lakes Shirwa and Nyassa. London: Murray, 1865. First edition. Original pictorial purple cloth, black endpapers, in the blue

Lot: 477 - MOODIE, JOHN WEDDERBURN DUNBAR Ten Years in South

MOODIE, JOHN WEDDERBURN DUNBAR Ten Years in South Africa: including a Particular Description of the Wild Sports of that Country. London: Richard Bentley, 1835. First edition. Two volumes, 20th century three-quarters brown calf, slipcased. 8 3/4 x 5

Lot: 478 - MURRAY, ALEXANDER Account of the life and writings

MURRAY, ALEXANDER Account of the life and writings of James Bruce of Kinnaird. Author of Travels to Discover the Source of the Nile, in the years 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772 and 1773. Edinburgh: George Ramsay, 1808. First edition. Contemporary

Lot: 479 - NEUMANN, ARTHUR H. Elephant-hunting in East

NEUMANN, ARTHUR H. Elephant-hunting in East Equatorial Africa. Being an account of three years'' ivory-hunting. London: Rowland Ward, 1898. First edition. Publisher''s scarlet cloth. 8 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches (22 x 16 cm); xx, 456 pp., [viii pp.

Lot: 480 - PARK, MUNGO Travels in the interior districts of

PARK, MUNGO Travels in the interior districts of Africa: performed under the direction and patronage of the African Association, in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797. London: printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for the author; 1799. First edition. Old half

Lot: 481 - PARKE, THOMAS HEAZLE My Personal Experiences in

PARKE, THOMAS HEAZLE My Personal Experiences in Equatorial Africa as Medical Officer of the Emin Pasha Relief Expedition. London: Sampson Low, 1891. First edition. Original olive green pictorial cloth, dark green endpapers, in the Brooke-Hitching

Lot: 482 - PARKYNS, MANSFIELD Life in Abyssinia: being notes

PARKYNS, MANSFIELD Life in Abyssinia: being notes collected during three years'' residence and travels in that country. London: John Murray, 1853. Two volumes, publisher''s marbled blue cloth with cover device in gilt. 8 5/8 x 5 1/4 inches (22 x 14

Lot: 483 - PATERSON, WILLIAM A Narrative of Four Journeys

PATERSON, WILLIAM A Narrative of Four Journeys into the Country of the Hottentots and Caffraria. London: J. Johnson, 1789. First edition. Modern three-quarters calf over marbled boards, red lettering label to spine. 11 3/8 x 8 3/4 inches (29 x 22.5

Lot: 484 - PEEL, CHARLES VICTOR ALEXANDER Somaliland. Being

PEEL, CHARLES VICTOR ALEXANDER Somaliland. Being an account of two expeditions into the far interior... London: F.E. Robinson, 1900. First edition, a family presentation copy to Flora E. Peel from "Cousin Gerald." Publisher''s pictorial dark red

Lot: 485 - PETERS, CARL (Dr.) New light on Dark Africa: Being

PETERS, CARL (Dr.) New light on Dark Africa: Being the Narrative of the German Emin Pasha Expedition, its Journeyings and Adventures Among the Native Tribes of Eastern Equatorial Africa, the Gallas, Massais, Wasukuma, etc., etc., on the Lake Baringo

Lot: 486 - [AFRICA-TRAVEL] PETHERICK, JOHN [And Mrs.] Travels

[AFRICA-TRAVEL] PETHERICK, JOHN [And Mrs.] Travels in Central Africa, and explorations of the Western Nile tributaries. London: Tinsley Brothers, 1869, Two volumes, publisher''s pictorial purple cloth gilt, dark green endpapers. 8 3/4 x 6 5/8

Lot: 487 - PETHERICK, JOHN [And Mrs.] Travels in Central

PETHERICK, JOHN [And Mrs.] Travels in Central Africa, and explorations of the Western Nile tributaries. London: Tinsley Brothers, 1869, Two volumes, publisher''s pictorial purple cloth gilt, dark green endpapers. 8 3/4 x 6 5/8 inches (22 x 15 cm);

Lot: 488 - [POWELL-COTTON, PERCY HORACE GORDON A Sporting

[POWELL-COTTON, PERCY HORACE GORDON A Sporting Trip through Abyssinia. A Narrative of a nine months'' journey... London: Rowland Ward, 1902. First edition with note from the author''s son inserted. Maroon cloth, a remainder binding for copies issued

Lot: 489 - POWELL-COTTON, PERCY HORACE GORDON A Sporting Trip

POWELL-COTTON, PERCY HORACE GORDON A Sporting Trip through Abyssinia. A Narrative of a nine months'' journey... London: Rowland Ward, 1902. First edition. Publisher''s cloth. 8 3/4 x 6 inches (22 x 15.5 cm); xxiv, 531, [1] pp., with [12] pp. of ads

Lot: 490 - SALT, HENRY A Voyage to Abyssinia, and Travels

SALT, HENRY A Voyage to Abyssinia, and Travels into the Interior of That Country, Executed Under the Orders of the British Government, in the Years 1809 and 1810... a Concise Narrative of Late Events in Arabia Felix... London: F.C. and Rivington,

Lot: 491 - SELOUS, FREDERICK COURTENEY A hunter's wanderings

SELOUS, FREDERICK COURTENEY A hunter''s wanderings in Africa, being a narrative of nine years spent amongst the game of the far interior of South Africa... London: Richard Bentley, 1881. First edition (of approximately 1,000 copies). Publisher''s

Lot: 492 - STIGAND, CHAUNCEY HUGH The Game of British East

STIGAND, CHAUNCEY HUGH The Game of British East Africa. London: Horace Cox, 1913. Second edition. Publisher''s pictorial green faux crocodile. 10 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches (27 x 20.5 cm); xii, 310 pp., 8 pp. adverts., illustrated throughout. Some minimal

Lot: 493 - THOMSON, JOSEPH Travels in the Atlas and Southern

THOMSON, JOSEPH Travels in the Atlas and Southern Morocco. A Narrative of Exploration. London: George Philip & Son., 1889. First edition, a presentation copy to the man often referred to as "the Prince of Cartography": "To Mr. & Mrs. J.G.

Lot: 494 - CHAPPELL, EDWARD, Lieut. Voyage of His Majesty's

CHAPPELL, EDWARD, Lieut. Voyage of His Majesty''s Ship Rosamond to Newfoundland and the Southern Coast of Labrador. London: J. Mawman, 1818. First edition. Original boards, neatly rebacked in paper. 9 x 5 1/2 inches (22.5 x 14 cm); [x], xx, 270, [2]

Lot: 495 - FLEISCHMANN HOLMES, BETTIE The Log of the "Laura"

FLEISCHMANN HOLMES, BETTIE The Log of the "Laura" in Polar Seas. A hunting cruise from Tromso, Norway to Spitsbergen, the polar ice off east Greenland and the island of Jan Mayen in the summer of 1906. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1907.

Lot: 496 - GUTMANN, R. RITTER VON Meinen Jagdexpedition im

GUTMANN, R. RITTER VON Meinen Jagdexpedition im Jahre 1909. [Vienna]: "Als Manuskript Gedruckt," 1912, Copy 2 of 50, printed on Japon (we find no mention of any other issue; this is likely the entirety of the edition). Three-quarters brown morocco,

Lot: 497 - KENNEDY, ALEXANDER W.M. CLARK To the Arctic

KENNEDY, ALEXANDER W.M. CLARK To the Arctic regions and back in six weeks. Being a summer tour to Lapland and Norway. London: Sampson Low, [&c.], 1878. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial blue cloth, dark brown endpapers, in slipcase. 8 5/8 x

Lot: 498 - PENNANT, THOMAS Arctic Zoology.

PENNANT, THOMAS Arctic Zoology. London: Henry Hughs, 1784-5. First edition, a large-paper copy. Two volumes, period brown calf, all edges yellow. 11 1/2 x 9 inches (28.5 x 22.5 cm); [2], cc, 185, [1] pp.; [2], [186-586, [14] pp.; two engraved

Lot: 499 - ROSS, JOHN, Sir Narrative of a Second Voyage in

ROSS, JOHN, Sir Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions. London: A.W. Webster, 1835. First edition. Early three-quarters purple morocco over pebbled cloth, the spine tooled and lettered

Lot: 500 - STUCK, HUDSON Group of four first editions of

STUCK, HUDSON Group of four first editions of Stuck''s accounts of his journeys. Includes A Winter Circuit of our Arctic Coast, New York: 1920; Voyages on the Yukon and its Tributaries., New York: 1917; Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled, New

Lot: 501 - WHITNEY, HARRY Hunting with the Eskimos; the

WHITNEY, HARRY Hunting with the Eskimos; the unique record of a sportsman''s year among the northernmost tribe--the big game hunting, the native life, and the battle for existence through the long Arctic night. De Vinne Press for The Century Co.,

Lot: 502 - [ALASKA] HASKELL, WILLIAM B. Two Years in the

[ALASKA] HASKELL, WILLIAM B. Two Years in the Klondike and Alaskan Gold-Fields. A Thrilling Narrative of Personal Experiences and Adventures in the wonderful gold regions of Alaska and the Klondike... Hartford: Hartford Publishing Co., 1898. First

Lot: 503 - [ALASKA] KEARNEY, R.A. A Surgeon's Cruise to

[ALASKA] KEARNEY, R.A. A Surgeon''s Cruise to Alaska. [cover title]. Typescript etc. accompanied by documents and photographs, 1911-1912. Three-quarters red morocco, cloth sides. 14 x 12 inches (35.5 x 30 cm); 90 ff. sheets of thin card on guards,

Lot: 504 - [ALASKA GOLD RUSH] LA ROCHE, F. En Route to the

[ALASKA GOLD RUSH] LA ROCHE, F. En Route to the Klondike: A Series of Photographic Views of the Picturesque Land of Gold and Glaciers. Chicago & New York: W. B. Conkey Company, 1898. 6 parts (complete) issued as People''s Series, Vol. 6, No.

Lot: 505 - [ALASKA] PIERCE, W.H. Thirteen Years of Travel and

[ALASKA] PIERCE, W.H. Thirteen Years of Travel and Exploration in Alaska. Lawrence, Kansas: Journal Publishing Company, 1890. First edition. Edited by Prof. and Mrs. J. H. Carruth, Lawrence, Kansas. Original printed wrappers, folding cloth case. 7

Lot: 506 - [HUNTING-ALASKA] RADCLYFFE, CAPT. C. R. E. Big

[HUNTING-ALASKA] RADCLYFFE, CAPT. C. R. E. Big Game Shooting in Alaska. London: Rowland Ward, 1904. First edition. Publisher''s olive green cloth. 9 1/2 x 7 inches (24 x 18 cm); xvi, 292 pp., [2] pp. adverts; photographic plates, map in pocket in

Lot: 507 - [ALASKA] Quality miscellany of eleven titles.

[ALASKA] Quality miscellany of eleven titles. Comprising: WHYMPER, FREDERICK. Travel and Adventure in the Territory of Alaska. London: 1868. First edition. Publisher''s cloth. Rebacked preserving backstrip, endpapers renewed; DE WINDT, HARRY.

Lot: 508 - [ARCHERY] UNITED BOWMEN OF PHILADELPHIA. Archer's

[ARCHERY] UNITED BOWMEN OF PHILADELPHIA. Archer''s Manual: The Art of Shooting with the Long Bow. Philadelphia: Hobson, 1830. First edition. Modern leather backed boards. 7 1/8 x 4 1/4 inches (18 x 11 cm); frontispiece after Sully and 1 plate, 66

Lot: 509 - [AUDUBON, J.J.] [CHORLEY, Henry Fothergill,

[AUDUBON, J.J.] [CHORLEY, Henry Fothergill, editor]. The Winter Wreath, A Collection of Original Contributions in Prose and Verse [For MDCCCXXIX]. London: Published by George B. Whittaker; and George Smith, Liverpool, [1828]. First edition, first

Lot: 510 - [AMERICANA] BRACKENRIDGE, HENRY M. Views of

[AMERICANA] BRACKENRIDGE, HENRY M. Views of Louisiana together with a journal of a voyage up the Missouri River, in 1811. Pittsburgh: Cramer, Spear and Eichbaum, 1814. First edition. Modern three-quarters maroon calf in clamshell case. 8 3/8 x 5 1/4

Lot: 511 - BRACKENRIDGE, HENRY M. A Journal of a Voyage Up

BRACKENRIDGE, HENRY M. A Journal of a Voyage Up the River Missouri; Performed in Eighteen Hundred and Eleven. Baltimore: Coale and Maxwell, 1815. Second edition. Original printed boards, folding cloth case. 7 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches (19 x 11.5 cm); viii,

Lot: 512 - [CALIFORNIA] HITTELL, THEODORE HENRY. The

[CALIFORNIA] HITTELL, THEODORE HENRY. The Adventures of James Capen Adams, Mountaineer and Grizzly Bear Hunter, of California. San Francisco: Towne and Bacon, 1860. First edition. Publisher''s cloth. 7 3/8 x 4 1/2 inches (18.5 x 12 cm); frontispiece

Lot: 513 - [CALIFORNIA] MANLY, WILLIAM LEWIS. Death Valley in

[CALIFORNIA] MANLY, WILLIAM LEWIS. Death Valley in ''49: Important Chapter of California Pioneer History. San Jose: Pacific Tree and Vine Co., 1894. First edition. Publisher''s mustard cloth, the upper cover stamped in black and back cover in blind,

Lot: 514 - [CANADA] HENRY, ALEXANDER. Travels and Adventures

[CANADA] HENRY, ALEXANDER. Travels and Adventures in Canada and the Indian Territories, Between the Years 1760 and 1776. In Two Parts. New York: I. Riley, 1809. First edition. Early three-quarters blue morocco over pebbled boards, custom leather

Lot: 515 - [CANADA] [NEED, THOMAS]. Six Years in the Bush; or

[CANADA] [NEED, THOMAS]. Six Years in the Bush; or Extracts from the Journal of a Settler in Upper Canada, 1832-1838. London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1838. First edition. Publisher''s cloth, gilt lettered on upper cover. 6 3/4 x 4 inches (17 x

Lot: 516 - [CANADA] [HENRY, WALTER,]. Trifles from my

[CANADA] [HENRY, WALTER,]. Trifles from my portfolio; or, Recollections of scenes and small adventures during 29 years of military service in the Peninsular War ... and Upper and Lower Canada. By a Staff Surgeon. Quebec: Neilson, 1839. First

Lot: 517 - [CANADA-TRAVEL] HIND, HENRY YOULE. Narrative of

[CANADA-TRAVEL] HIND, HENRY YOULE. Narrative of the Canadian Red River exploring expedition of 1857 and of the Assinniboine and Saskatchewan exploring expedition of 1858. London: Longman, Green [&c.], 1860. First edition. Two volumes,

Lot: 518 - [CANADA] [MacDONALD, ARCHIBALD]. Peace River: A

[CANADA] [MacDONALD, ARCHIBALD]. Peace River: A Canoe Voyage from Hudson''s Bay to Pacific, by the late Sir George Simpson. Ottawa: J. Durie, 1872. First edition. Edited by Malcolm McLeod. Original wrappers, morocco backed box. 8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches

Lot: 519 - [CARSON, KIT] PETTIS, GEORGE. Kit Carson's Fight

[CARSON, KIT] PETTIS, GEORGE. Kit Carson''s Fight with the Comanche and Kiowa Indians, at the Adobe Walls, on the Canadian River, November 25, 1864. Providence: Rider, 1878. First edition, this being No. 5 in the Personal Narratives of the Battles

Lot: 520 - [CARSON, KIT] Two works. Comprising Kit Carson's

[CARSON, KIT] Two works. Comprising Kit Carson''s Own Story of His Life. Taos: [Santa Fe New Mexican Publishing Company], 1926. Stated first edition. Original wrappers, custom morocco backed clamshell case. 138 pages. A fine copy, the wrappers

Lot: 521 - CATLIN, GEORGE Catlin's Notes of Eight Years'

CATLIN, GEORGE Catlin''s Notes of Eight Years'' Travels and Residence in Europe, with his North American Indian Collection. With Anecdotes and Incidents of the Travels and Adventures of Three different parties of American Indians whom he introduced

Lot: 522 - CATLIN, GEORGE Illustrations of the Manners,

CATLIN, GEORGE Illustrations of the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians: in a Series of Letters and Notes. Philadelphia: Leary, Stuart & Co, 1913. Two volumes, publisher''s decorative cloth. 9 3/4 x 6 1/4 inches (25 x

Lot: 523 - CLEVELAND, GROVER A Defense of Fishermen.

CLEVELAND, GROVER A Defense of Fishermen. Princeton, New Jersey: privately printed, 1902. First edition, one of 60 copies, this with a slip with Cleveland''s letterhead affixed the the front pastedown, inscribed "And the Ladies sometimes fish.

Lot: 524 - [COLORADO-PHOTOGRAPHY] [HARRINGTON, CHARLES].

[COLORADO-PHOTOGRAPHY] [HARRINGTON, CHARLES]. Summering in Colorado. Denver: Richards & Co., 1874. First edition. Original orange cloth stamped in gilt. 7 1/2 x 5 inches (19 x 13 cm); [1], 158 pp., 4 pp. ads at rear, with 10 mounted albumen

Lot: 525 - CUSTER, GEORGE ARMSTRONG My Life on the Plains.

CUSTER, GEORGE ARMSTRONG My Life on the Plains. Or, Personal Experiences with Indians. New York: Sheldon and Company, 1874. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial blue cloth decorated in gilt and black. 8 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches (22.5 x 14.5 cm); 256 pp.,

Lot: 526 - [ENGLISH TRAVEL-NORTH AMERICA] Group of five

[ENGLISH TRAVEL-NORTH AMERICA] Group of five titles. Comprising: HIND, HENRY YOULE. Narrative of The Canadian Red River Exploring Expedition of 1857 and of the Assinniboine and Saskatchewan Exploring Expedition of 1858. London: Longman, 1860. First

Lot: 527 - [ENGLISH TRAVEL-NORTH AMERICA] Group of five

[ENGLISH TRAVEL-NORTH AMERICA] Group of five titles. Comprising: MURRAY, CHARLES A. Travels in North America During the Years 1834, 1835 & 1836. Including A Summer Residence with the Pawnee Tribe of Indians... London: Bentley, 1839. First

Lot: 528 - [FLAGG, EDMUND T.] The Far West; or, a Tour beyond

[FLAGG, EDMUND T.] The Far West; or, a Tour beyond the Mountains. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1838. First edition, inscribed opposite the title "Miss Lee/with regards of/the Author/Feb. 1848." Two volumes. Publisher''s slightly differing

Lot: 529 - [FLORIDA] JENKS, JOHN WHIPPLE POTTER. Hunting in

[FLORIDA] JENKS, JOHN WHIPPLE POTTER. Hunting in Florida in 1874. [Providence]: J. W. P. Jenks, 1884. First edition. Original printed wrappers headed in print "With the Compliments of J. W. P. Jenks." 9 x 6 inches (23 x 15 cm); folding map of the

Lot: 530 - FREMONT, JOHN C. Report of the Exploring

FREMONT, JOHN 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. First edition, Senate issue. Publisher''s cloth, housed in

Lot: 531 - [MAPS - FREMONT, JOHN C.] Message from the

[MAPS - FREMONT, JOHN C.] Message from the President of the United States ... Communicating a report of an expedition led by Lieutenant Abert, on the upper Arkansas and through the country of the Comanche Indians, in the fall of the year 1845.

Lot: 532 - FREMONT, JOHN C. Narrative of the Exploring

FREMONT, JOHN C. Narrative of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, in the Year 1842; and to Oregon and North California, in the Years 1843-44. Syracuse: Published by Hall & Dickson; New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1847. Abridged

Lot: 533 - [FREMONT, JOHN C.] CARVALHO, S[OLOMON]. Incidents

[FREMONT, JOHN C.] CARVALHO, S[OLOMON]. Incidents of Travel and Adventure in the Far West; with Col. Fremont''s Last Expedition Across the Rocky Mountains: Including Three Months'' Residence in Utah, and a Perilous Trip Across the Great American

Lot: 534 - FREMONT, JOHN C. Memoirs of My Life, by John

FREMONT, JOHN C. Memoirs of My Life, by John Charles Frémont. Including in the Narrative Five Journeys of Western Exploration, During the Years 1842, 1843-4, 1845-6-7, 1848-9, 1853-4. Chicago and New York: Belford, Clark & Company, 1887.

Lot: 535 - [FUR TRADE] ROSS, ALEXANDER. Adventures of the

[FUR TRADE] ROSS, ALEXANDER. Adventures of the first settlers on the Oregon or Columbia River, being a narrative of the expedition fitted out by John Jacob Astor to establish the "Pacific Fur Company"; with an account of some Indian tribes on the

Lot: 536 - [FUR TRADE] ROSS, ALEXANDER. The Fur Hunters of

[FUR TRADE] ROSS, ALEXANDER. The Fur Hunters of the Far West; a Narrative Of Adventures In The Oregon And Rocky Mountains. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1855. First edition. Two volumes, full period scarlet calf by Hodgson of Liverpool, edges

Lot: 537 - [FUR TRADE] HENRY, ALEXANDER and THOMPSON, DAVID

[FUR TRADE] HENRY, ALEXANDER and THOMPSON, DAVID [COUES, ELLIOTT, ed.]. New light on the early history of the greater Northwest. The manuscript journals of Alexander Henry, fur trader of the Northwest Company, and of David Thompson, official

Lot: 538 - [FUR TRADE] CHITTENDEN, HIRAM MARTIN. The American

[FUR TRADE] CHITTENDEN, HIRAM MARTIN. The American Fur Trade of the Far West... New York: Frances Harper, 1902. Three volumes, original publisher''s green cloth. 9 1/4 x 6 inches (23.5 x 15 cm); xxvi, 482, [2] pp.; x, 483-892 pp.; [iv], 893-1029

Lot: 539 - [GOLD RUSH] MARRYAT, FRANCIS S. Mountains and

[GOLD RUSH] MARRYAT, FRANCIS S. Mountains and Molehills or recollections of a burnt journal. London: Longman, Brown [&c], 1855. First edition. Publisher''s salmon cloth, green endpapers. 8 3/4 x 5 5/8 inches (22 x 14.5 cm); x, 443, [1] pp., 24

Lot: 540 - [GOLD RUSH] WISTAR, ISAAC JONES. Autobiography of

[GOLD RUSH] WISTAR, ISAAC JONES. Autobiography of ... 1827-1905. Philadelphia: Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, 1914. First edition, copy 168 of 250 copies. Two volumes, publisher''s olive cloth, leather spine labels. 11 1/8 x 7 5/8 inches

Lot: 541 - [GRAND CANYON] DELLENBAUGH, FREDERICK S. A Canyon

[GRAND CANYON] DELLENBAUGH, FREDERICK S. A Canyon Voyage: The Narrative of the Second Powell Expedition down the Green-Colorado River from Wyoming, and the Explorations on Land, in the Years 1871 and 1872. New York: Putnam, 1908. First edition,

Lot: 542 - [HUDSON'S BAY] BALLANTYNE, ROBERT M. Hudson's Bay;

[HUDSON''S BAY] BALLANTYNE, ROBERT M. Hudson''s Bay; or Every-day life in the Wilds of North America, during six years'' residence in the territories of the honourable Hudson''s Bay Company. Edinburgh: For private circulation ... William Blackwood

Lot: 543 - [HUDSON BAY COMPANY] McLEAN, JOHN. Notes Of

[HUDSON BAY COMPANY] McLEAN, JOHN. Notes Of Twenty-Five Years'' Service In The Hudson''s Bay Territory. London: Richard Bentley, 1849. First edition. Two volumes, original blindstamped brown cloth, pictorial gilt spines, blue patterned endpapers

Lot: 544 - [HUMOR-SOUTHERN] [THORPE, THOMAS B.] PORTER, W.T.

[HUMOR-SOUTHERN] [THORPE, THOMAS B.] PORTER, W.T. (editor). The Big Bear of Arkansas, and other sketches [tales], illustrative of characters and incidents in the South and Southwest. Edited by William T. Porter. With illustrations by Darley.

Lot: 545 - [INDIANA] THOMAS, DAVID. Travels through the

[INDIANA] THOMAS, DAVID. Travels through the Western Country in the Summer of 1816 ... with a Map of the Wabash Country, Now Settling. Auburn, New York: David Rumsey, 1819. First edition. Modern half calf. 6 5/8 x 3 7/8 inches (17 x 9.5 cm); [iv],

Lot: 546 - [KANSAS] GREENE, MAX. The Kanzas Region: Forest,

[KANSAS] GREENE, MAX. The Kanzas Region: Forest, Prairie. Desert, Mountain, Vale, and River ... interspersed with Incidents of Travel, and Anecdotes illustrative of the Character of the Traders and Red Men... New York: Fowler and Wells, 1856. First

Lot: 547 - [KESTER, JESSE Y.] The American Shooter's Manual,

[KESTER, JESSE Y.] The American Shooter''s Manual, Comprising, Such Plain and Simple Rules, as are Necessary to Introduce the inexperienced into a Full Knowledge of all that Related to the Dog, and the Correct Use of the Gun; Also a Description of

Lot: 548 - [KESTER, JESSE Y.] The American Shooter's Manual,

[KESTER, JESSE Y.] The American Shooter''s Manual, Comprising, Such Plain and Simple Rules, as are Necessary to Introduce the inexperienced into a Full Knowledge of all that Related to the Dog, and the Correct Use of the Gun; Also a Description of

Lot: 549 - [KESTER, JESSE Y.] The American Shooter's Manual,

[KESTER, JESSE Y.] The American Shooter''s Manual, Comprising, Such Plain and Simple Rules, as are Necessary to Introduce the inexperienced into a Full Knowledge of all that Related to the Dog, and the Correct Use of the Gun; Also a Description of

Lot: 550 - MCKENNEY, THOMAS L., [and HALL, JAMES] History of

MCKENNEY, THOMAS L., [and HALL, JAMES] History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits, from the Indian Gallery in the Department of War, at

Lot: 551 - [MINNESOTA] SEYMOUR, EPHRAIM SANFORD. Sketches of

[MINNESOTA] SEYMOUR, EPHRAIM SANFORD. Sketches of Minnesota, the New England of the West. With Incidents of Travel in that Territory during the Summer of 1849. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1850. First edition. Publisher''s cloth. 7 3/8 x 4 3/8

Lot: 552 - [MONTANA] LUDLOW, WILLIAM. War Department. Report

[MONTANA] LUDLOW, WILLIAM. War Department. Report of a Reconnaissance from Carroll, Montana Territory, on the Upper Missouri, to the Yellowstone National Park, and Return, Made in the Summer of 1875. Washington: GPO, 1876. First edition, quarto

Lot: 553 - LONG, JOHN Voyages and Travels of an Indian

LONG, JOHN Voyages and Travels of an Indian Interpreter and Trader, describing the Manners and Customs of the North American Indians ... To which is added, a Vocabulary of the Chippeway Language ... A List of Words in the Iroquois, Mohegan,

Lot: 554 - KEATING, WILLIAM H. Narrative of an Expedition to

KEATING, WILLIAM H. Narrative of an Expedition to the Source of St. Peter''s River, Lake Winnepeek, Lake of the Woods, &c. Performed in the Year 1823, by Order of the Hon. J.C. Calhoun, Secretary of War, Under the Command of Stephen H. Long,

Lot: 555 - [INDIAN CAPTIVITY] SMITH, JAMES. An Account of the

[INDIAN CAPTIVITY] SMITH, JAMES. An Account of the Remarkable Occurrences in the Life and Travels of Colonel James Smith ... During his Captivity with the Indians. Philadelphia: Grigg & Elliot, 1834. Publisher''s roan-backed printed boards. 5

Lot: 556 - [INDIAN CAPTIVITY] FILLEY, WILLIAM. Life and

[INDIAN CAPTIVITY] FILLEY, WILLIAM. Life and Adventures of William Filley, who was stolen from his home in Jackson, Mich., by the Indians, August 3d, 1837... Chicago: Filley & Baillard, 1867. Second edition (the same year as the first, though

Lot: 557 - [NATIVE AMERICANS] Group of four titles.

[NATIVE AMERICANS] Group of four titles. Comprising DARIUS B. COOK. Six Months Among Indians, Wolves and Other Wild Animals, in the Forests of Allegan County, Mich., in the Winter of 1839 and 1840. Niles, MI: privately printed, 1889. First edition,

Lot: 558 - [NEW YORK] [MITCHILL, SAMUEL L. & CLINTON. DE

[NEW YORK] [MITCHILL, SAMUEL L. & CLINTON. DE WITT]. The Fishes of New York, described and arranged [bound with:] Some remarks on the Fishes of the Western Waters of the State of New-York, in a letter to S.L. Mitchell ... from the Hon. De Witt

Lot: 559 - [NEW YORK- DE WITT, CLINTON] Letters on the

[NEW YORK- DE WITT, CLINTON] Letters on the natural history and internal resources of the state of New-York. By Hibernicus. New York: E. Bliss & E. White, 1822. First edition in book form (first appeared serially in a newspaper). Publisher''s

Lot: 560 - [PHOTOGRAPHY] Guide book to Lake Mohonk, New

[PHOTOGRAPHY] Guide book to Lake Mohonk, New Paltz, Ulster Co., N.Y. Rhode Island Printing Co.: Providence, 1875. First edition. Publisher''s orange cloth. 7 x 6 1/4 inches (18 x 16 cm); 52 pp., with 30 albumen prints on printed card mounts,

Lot: 561 - [OHIO-HUNTING] EDWARDS, SAMUEL E. The Ohio Hunter:

[OHIO-HUNTING] EDWARDS, SAMUEL E. The Ohio Hunter: Or a Brief Sketch of the Frontier Life of Samuel E. Edwards... Battle Creek Michigan: Review and Herald Steam Press, 1866. First edition. Publisher''s pale purple cloth stamped in blind. 6 5/8 x 4

Lot: 562 - [RAILROADS] STRAHORN, ROBERT E. To the Rockies and

[RAILROADS] STRAHORN, ROBERT E. To the Rockies and Beyond, or a Summer on the Union Pacific Railroad and Branches. Saunterings in the Popular Health, Pleasure, and Hunting Resorts of Nebraska, Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Montana,

Lot: 563 - [RAILROADS] STRAHORN, ROBERT E. To the Rockies and

[RAILROADS] STRAHORN, ROBERT E. To the Rockies and Beyond, or a Summer on the Union Pacific Railroad and Branches. Saunterings in the Popular Health, Pleasure, and Hunting Resorts of Nebraska, Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Oregon,

Lot: 564 - [RAILROADS] [SEYMOUR, SILAS]. Incidents of a Trip

[RAILROADS] [SEYMOUR, SILAS]. Incidents of a Trip through the Great Platte Valley, to the Rocky Mountains and Laramie Plains, in the Fall of 1866. New York: Van Nostrand, 1867. First edition. Publisher''s cloth with "Western Incidents connected with

Lot: 565 - [RAILROADS-WEST] WEBB, WILLIAM SEWARD. California

[RAILROADS-WEST] WEBB, WILLIAM SEWARD. California and Alaska and Over the Canadian Pacific Railway. New York and London: G.P. Putnam''s Sons, 1890. One of 500 copies. Publisher''s gilt boards, rebacked with a gilt lettered leather spine. 10 3/4 x 8

Lot: 566 - CONRAD, HOWARD L. "Uncle Dick" Wootton the

CONRAD, HOWARD L. "Uncle Dick" Wootton the Pioneer Frontiersman of the Rocky Mountain Region. An Account of the Adventures and Thrilling Experiences of the Most Noted American Hunter, Trapper, Guide Scout, and Indian Fighter Now Living. Chicago:

Lot: 567 - [ROCKIES] Group of four titles. Comprising: COKE,

[ROCKIES] Group of four titles. Comprising: COKE, HENRY. A Ride Over the Rocky Mountains to Oregon and California. London: Bentley, 1852. First edition. Three quarters calf. Frontispiece, half-title. Binding repaired with label renewed, affixed

Lot: 568 - [ROCKY MOUNTAINS] WILLIAMSON, ANDREW. Sport and

[ROCKY MOUNTAINS] WILLIAMSON, ANDREW. Sport and Photography in the Rocky Mountains. Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1880. First edition. Publisher''s original half calf with pictorial cloth. 6 1/2 x 12 1/4 inches (41.5 x 31.5 cm); [viii], 55, [1] pp.;

Lot: 569 - [ROCKIES] Group of four titles. Comprising:

[ROCKIES] Group of four titles. Comprising: BAILLIE-GROHMAN, W.A. Camps in the Rockies. Being a Narrative of Life on the Frontier, and Sport in the Rocky Mountains, with an Account of the Cattle Ranches of the West. London: 1882. Second edition.

Lot: 570 - [TRAVEL-ROCKY MOUNTAINS] TOWNSEND, J.[OHN]

[TRAVEL-ROCKY MOUNTAINS] TOWNSEND, J.[OHN] K.[IRK]. Sporting Excursions in the Rocky Mountains, Including a Journey to the Columbia River, and a Visit to the Sandwich Islands, Chili, &c. London: Henry Colburn, 1840. First edition. Two volumes,

Lot: 571 - [ROCKIES-CLIMBING] STUTFIELD, HUGH E.M. and

[ROCKIES-CLIMBING] STUTFIELD, HUGH E.M. and COLLIE, J. NORMAN. Climbs and Exploration in the Canadian Rockies. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1903. First edition. Publisher''s gray cloth. 8 5/8 x 5 3/4 inches (22 x 14.5 cm); xii, 343, [1] pp.,

Lot: 572 - ROOSEVELT, THEODORE Big Game Hunting in the

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE Big Game Hunting in the Rockies and on the Great Plains. Comprising "Hunting Trips of a Ranchman" and "The Wilderness Hunter." New York and London: G.P. Putnam''s Sons; The Knickerbocker Press, 1899. Signed limited first edition,

Lot: 573 - [ROOSEVELT, THEODORE] Hunting Trips of a Ranchman.

[ROOSEVELT, THEODORE] Hunting Trips of a Ranchman. Sketches of Sport on the Northern Cattle Plains. New York: G.P. Putnam''s, 1885. Medora edition, one of 500 copies, this copy 392. Publisher''s pictorial cloth. 11 1/8 x 8 1/4 inches (21 x 21 cm);

Lot: 574 - [ROOSEVELT, KERMIT] JOHNSON, DANIEL. Sketches of

[ROOSEVELT, KERMIT] JOHNSON, DANIEL. Sketches of Field Sports as followed by the Natives of India with ... a Description of the Art of Catching Serpents ... remarks on Hydrophobia & Rabid Animals. London: published for the author by Longman,

Lot: 575 - [ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.] Third Presidential Cruise

[ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.] Third Presidential Cruise of the U.S.S. Houston. N.p.: printed upon the U.S.S. Houston, 1938. Original blue wrappers imprinted in gold, housed in a modern clamshell case. 10 3/4 x 8 inches (27 x 20.5 cm); 76 pp., illustrated

Lot: 576 - [ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.] Log of the Cruise of the

[ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.] Log of the Cruise of the President on board U.S.S. Philadelphia ... April 30th to May 8th 1938.. N.p.: 1938. Saddle stitched in original (?) plain gray card, backed in linen, housed in a modern slipcase. 10 1/4 x 8 inches

Lot: 577 - [ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.] Log of the President's

[ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.] Log of the President''s Inspection Cruise through the West Indies on board the U.S.S. Tuscaloosa 3-14 December 1940. N.p.: n.d. (but 1940). Original green wrappers printed in black, housed in a modern clamshell case. 11 x 8

Lot: 578 - SMALL, FLOYD B. Autobiography of a Pioneer...

SMALL, FLOYD B. Autobiography of a Pioneer... Being an Account of the Personal Experiences of the Author from 1867 to 1916. Seattle: F.B. Floyd, 1916. First edition. Original printed wrappers, housed in morocco backed slipcase. 9 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches

Lot: 579 - SMEDLEY, WILLIAM Across the Plains in '62.

SMEDLEY, WILLIAM Across the Plains in ''62. [Denver: privately printed, 1916]. First edition, inscribed "Fraternally Yours Wm. Smedley, 6-15-''16." Original cloth backed boards. 8 x 5 1/2 inches (20 x 14 cm); 56 pp., plates. One leaf roughly

Lot: 580 - [TRAVEL-ANDES] PETROCOKINO, A.[MBROSE]. Along the

[TRAVEL-ANDES] PETROCOKINO, A.[MBROSE]. Along the Andes. London: Gay and Bird, 1903. First edition, presentation copy. Publisher''s illustrated red cloth, in modern cloth slipcase. 8 7/8 x 5 1/2 inches (22 x 14.5 cm); [ii], viii, 148 pp.; 2 folding

Lot: 581 - [TRAVEL-ANDES] MILLICAN, ALBERT. Travels and

[TRAVEL-ANDES] MILLICAN, ALBERT. Travels and Adventures of an Orchid Hunter. An Account of Canoe and Camp Life in Colombia, while Collecting Orchids in the Northern Andes. London: Cassell, 1891. First edition. Publisher''s pictorial green cloth,

Lot: 582 - [SOUTHWEST] ABERT, JAMES WILLIAM. Report of the

[SOUTHWEST] ABERT, JAMES WILLIAM. Report of the Secretary of War, communicating ... a report and map of the examination of New Mexico, made by Lieutenant J.W. Abert, of the Topographical Corps. Washington: 1848. First edition, Senate issue, 30th

Lot: 583 - [SOUTHWEST] EMORY, WILLIAM H. Notes of a Military

[SOUTHWEST] EMORY, WILLIAM H. Notes of a Military Reconnoissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, Including Part of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers. Washington: Wendell and Van Benthuysen, 1848. First

Lot: 584 - [SOUTHWEST] EMORY, WILLIAM. Report of the United

[SOUTHWEST] EMORY, WILLIAM. Report of the United States and Mexican boundary survey, made under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior. Washington: Wendell, 1857-59. House issue. Volume I in original cloth, volume II in two volumes in modern

Lot: 585 - [SOUTHWEST] MARCY, RANDOLPH B. Exploration of the

[SOUTHWEST] MARCY, RANDOLPH B. Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana, in the Year 1852. Washington: Nicholson, 1854. First edition, House issue. Two volumes (text and maps). Original cloth. 8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches (22.5 x 14 cm); 65 lithographed

Lot: 586 - [TEXAS] PARKER, AMOS. Trip to the West and Texas.

[TEXAS] PARKER, AMOS. Trip to the West and Texas. Comprising a Journey of Eight Thousand Miles, Through New York, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, Louisiana and Texas in the Autumn and Winter of 1834-5. Concord, NH: White and Fisher, 1835. First

Lot: 587 - [TEXAS] PARKER, AMOS. Trip to the West and Texas.

[TEXAS] PARKER, AMOS. Trip to the West and Texas. Comprising a Journey of Eight Thousand Miles, Through New York, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, Louisiana and Texas in the Autumn and Winter of 1834-5. Concord, NH: White and Fisher, 1835. First

Lot: 588 - [TEXAS] FISKE, M. A Visit to Texas, Being the

[TEXAS] FISKE, M. A Visit to Texas, Being the Journal of a Traveller Through Those Parts Most Interesting to American Settlers with Descriptions of Scenery, Habits... Mobile: Woodruff, Fiske, and McGuire, 1836. Second edition. Original cloth gilt

Lot: 589 - [TEXAS] HOUSTOUN, [MATILDA CHARLOTTE].

[TEXAS] HOUSTOUN, [MATILDA CHARLOTTE]. Texas and the Gulf of Mexico; Or, Yachting in the New World. London: Murray, 1844. First edition. Two volumes. Early three-quarters morocco gilt. 8 x 4 3/4 inches (20 x 12 cm); ten plates (including lithographs

Lot: 590 - [TEXAS] HOUSTOUN, MRS. [MATILDA] Texas and the

[TEXAS] HOUSTOUN, MRS. [MATILDA] Texas and the Gulf of Mexico; Or, Yachting in the New World. Philadelphia: G.B. Zieber & Co., 1845. First American edition. Contemporary calf backed boards, black lettering label in gilt. 5 3/4 x 3 3/4 inches

Lot: 591 - [TEXAS] BARTLETT, JOHN RUSSELL. Personal Narrative

[TEXAS] BARTLETT, JOHN RUSSELL. Personal Narrative of Explorations and Incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, and Chihuahua, Connected with the United States and Mexican Boundary Commission, During the Years 1850, ''51, ''52, and ''53.

Lot: 592 - [TEXAS] OLMSTED, FREDERICK LAW. A journey through

[TEXAS] OLMSTED, FREDERICK LAW. A journey through Texas: or, A saddle-trip on the southwestern frontier... New York: Dix, Edwards, 1857. First edition. Publisher''s brown cloth. 7 1/4 x 5 inches (18.5 x 13 cm); xxxiv, 516 pp.; frontispiece, folding

Lot: 593 - [TEXAS] ROBERTS, ORAN M.[ILO]. Description of

[TEXAS] ROBERTS, ORAN M.[ILO]. Description of Texas, Its Advantages and Resources, With Some Account of Their Development, Past, Present & Future... St. Louis, Missouri: Gilbert Book Co., 1881. First edition, this copy inscribed on the front

Lot: 594 - [TEXAS] TERRELL, JOSEPH C., (Capt.). Reminiscences

[TEXAS] TERRELL, JOSEPH C., (Capt.). Reminiscences of the Early Days of Fort Worth. Fort Worth: Texas Printing Company, 1906. First edition. Publisher''s blue cloth lettered in gilt. 6 x 9 inches (23 x 14.5 cm); [2], 101 pp.; illustrated from

Lot: 595 - [TEXAS] BARDE, FREDERICK S. (compiler). Life and

[TEXAS] BARDE, FREDERICK S. (compiler). Life and Adventures of "Billy'''' Dixon of Adobe Walls, Texas Panhandle...[Guthrie, Oklahoma]: [Mrs. Olive Dixon, 1914]. Presumed first edition. Publisher''s blue-gray cloth, lettered in gilt. 7 3/4 x 5 1/4

Lot: 596 - VANDERBILT II, WILLIAM KISSAM To Galapagos on the

VANDERBILT II, WILLIAM KISSAM To Galapagos on the Ara, 1926. [New York: Privately printed for William K. Vanderbilt by William Rudge, 1926]. First edition, copy 789 of 900 copies. Original cloth, in the green dust jacket and case of issue. 13 x 10

Lot: 597 - VANDERBILT II, WILLIAM KISSAM West Made East with

VANDERBILT II, WILLIAM KISSAM West Made East with the Loss of a Day: a chronicle of the first circumnavigation of the globe under the United States Naval Reserve yacht pennant July 7, 1931 to March 4, 1932. New York: Privately printed [for William

Lot: 598 - [WESTERN EXPEDITIONS] SHERIDAN, PHILIP H. Two

[WESTERN EXPEDITIONS] SHERIDAN, PHILIP H. Two telegrams signed. Chicago: January 1872 and June 1877. Two partially printed Western Union Telegraph Company forms accomplished in manuscript and signed "P.H. Sheridan," the earlier signed as "Lieut.

Lot: 599 - [WESTERN FRONTIER & NATIVE AMERICANS] Group of ten

[WESTERN FRONTIER & NATIVE AMERICANS] Group of ten titles. Comprising: MELINE, JAMES F. Two Thousand Miles on Horseback. Santa Fe and Back. New York: Hurd, 1867. First edition. Folding map. Publisher''s cloth. Map with long split to fold, else

Lot: 600 - [WYOMING] [WHITE, SIR GODFREY DALRYMPLE]. My Diary

[WYOMING] [WHITE, SIR GODFREY DALRYMPLE]. My Diary of a Shooting Trip in Wyoming August to October 1895 with E.G. Verschoyle. [title from label on cover]. Half-leather and marbled boards, with matching endpapers, handwritten label on upper cover,

Lot: 601 - [WYOMING-McALEENAN, JOSEPH] Diary of the Wyoming

[WYOMING-McALEENAN, JOSEPH] Diary of the Wyoming bear hunt. [Brooklyn: P. J. Collison & Co., circa 1914]. First edition. Original cloth backed printed paper boards, folding cloth case. 9 x 6 inches (23 x 15.5 cm); 59 pp., 16 plates after

Lot: 602 - [YELLOWSTONE] RAYNOLDS, WILLIAM F., Bvt. Brig.

[YELLOWSTONE] RAYNOLDS, WILLIAM F., Bvt. Brig. Gen. Report on the Exploration of the Yellowstone River... Washington: GPO, 1868. First edition, 40th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Ex. Doc. 77. Original gilt lettered cloth. 8 7/8 x 5 3/4 inches (22.5

Lot: 603 - [YELLOWSTONE] FORSYTH, JAMES W. & GRANT, FREDERICK

[YELLOWSTONE] FORSYTH, JAMES W. & GRANT, FREDERICK DENT. Report of an Expedition up the Yellowstone River made in 1875 ... under the orders of Lieutenant-General. P.H. Sheridan. Washington: G.P.O., 1875. Original printed wrappers. 9 x 5 7/8

Lot: 604 - [YELLOWSTONE] [FLETCHER, C.G.?]. A Cowboy Camp

[YELLOWSTONE] [FLETCHER, C.G.?]. A Cowboy Camp through the Yellowstone. C.G. Fletcher: n.p., but likely Wyoming, [1896]. Publisher''s green cloth with title on upper cover in gilt, design on rear cover. 7 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches (19 x 27 cm); title,

Lot: 605 - [YELLOWSTONE] LANGFORD, NATHANIEL PITT. Diary of

[YELLOWSTONE] LANGFORD, NATHANIEL PITT. Diary of the Washburn Expedition to the Yellowstone and Firehole Rivers in the Year 1870. [St. Paul: Privately printed, 1905]. First edition, later issue. Publisher''s pictorial cloth. 8 x 5 1/2 inches (20 x




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