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Lot: 1 - Witness to America by Ambrose and Brinkley

Witness To America by Ambrose and Brinkley, Easton Press, Collector’s edition, 1999- An Illustrated Documentary History of the United States from Revolution to Today, Stephen Ambrose & Douglas Brinkley, bound in genuine leather, AEG, 8 1/2"

Lot: 2 - The Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Of Mice and

The Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Of Mine and Men, two books, The Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson, with Critical Introduction by Edward F. O'Day, The First Series and the Second Series, first published London 1841-1844), Collector's Edition, Easton

Lot: 3 - A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce, Easton Press 1977, First Edition, leather bound, with an introduction by Hugh Kenner, and Illustrated by Brian Keogh, Collector's Edition, a classic of Irish Literature, AEG, 6 1/2” x 9

Lot: 4 - The Road to Wellville by T. Coraghessan Boyle

The Road to Wellville by T. Coraghessan Boyle, The Franklin Library, 1993 Limited First Edition, signed by the author, leather bound, AEG, made into 1994 successful movie starring Anthony Hopkins, 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"

Lot: 5 - Them by Joyce Carol Oates

Them by Joyce Carol Oates, Franklin Library, 1979 Limited First Edition, signed by the author, National Book Award Winner, leather bound, AEG, 6 3/4" x 9 1/8"

Lot: 6 - Exodus by Leon Uris

Exodus by Leon Uris, Franklin Library 1977, Limited Edition, signed by the author, Illustrated by Harlan M. Krakovitz, leather bound, AEG, made into Oscar nominated film starring Paul Newman, 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"

Lot: 7 - Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk

Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk, Franklin Library, Limited Edition 1981, signed by the author, Pulitzer Prize Winning Author, Illustrated by Alan Reingold, leather bound, AEG, made into 1958 movie starring Natalie Wood and Gene Kelly, 6 1/4" x 9

Lot: 8 - Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison

Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison, The Easton Press 1980, Collector's Edition, Illustrated by Peter Fiore, leather bound, AEG, first work by an African American to win a major book award "National Book Award 1965", an American Classic, 6 1/4" x 9 1/4"

Lot: 9 - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, The Franklin Library, with the Illustrations of John Tennial, First Edition with Alice on the leather cover, 1980, reproduced from the first American Edition of the book published by D. Appleton

Lot: 10 - Lincoln by David Herbert Donald

Lincoln by David Herbert Donald, The Easton Press, The Library of the Presidents 1995, leather bound, AEG, hard to find in full leather binding, winner of two Pulitzer Prizes but best known for this biography, Ex-Libris of Kevin Patrick Cook inside

Lot: 11 - The Struggles of John F. Kennedy by Herbert S.

The Struggles of John F. Kennedy by Herbert S. Parmet, two volume set, Easton Press, The Library of the Presidents, 1986, First of two Volumes is Jack: The Struggles of John F. Kennedy, Second of two Volumes is JFK: The Presidency of John F. Kennedy,

Lot: 12 - John Quincy Adams two volume set by Samuel Flagg

John Quincy Adams two volume set by Samuel Flagg Bemis, Easton Press, The Library of the Presidents, 1987, leather bound, AEG, John Quincy Adams and The Foundations of American Foreign Policy (First of two volumes) and John Quincy Adams and The Union

Lot: 13 - Grover Cleveland: A Study in Courage two volume

Grover Cleveland: A Study in Courage two volume set by Allan Nevins, Easton Press, The Library of the Presidents, leather bound, AEG, 1933 Pulitzer Prize Winning Biography, 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"

Lot: 14 - Three Easton Press Library of the Presidents books

Three Easton Press Library of the Presidents books, each is leather bound, AEG, includes Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior and President by Ari Hoogenboom, 1996, Herbert Hoover: A Public Life by David Burner, 1996, and Garfield, A Biography by Allan

Lot: 15 - Two Easton Press Library of the Presidents books

Two Easton Press Library of the Presidents books, each is leather bound, AEG, includes In the Arena by Richard Nixon, A Memoir of Victory, Defeat, and Renewal, 1990, and Lyndon John & The American Dream by Doris Kearns, 1987, by well-known

Lot: 16 - The Theodore Roosevelt Classics Library, two

The Theodore Roosevelt Classics Library of Hunting and Outdoor Adventure, two volumes, both leather bound, AEG, includes Special Edition of Hunting Trips of a Ranchman, and Special Edition of African Game Trails, Privately Printed for the Members of

Lot: 17 - Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Edgar Allan

Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Edgar Allen Poe, The Franklin Library of Mystery Masterpieces 1987, Illustrated by Famous Harry Clarke, “Gold Bug” design on binding, leather bound, AEG, 6 1/8" x 9 1/8"

Lot: 18 - Two Franklin Mystery Library books

Two Franklin Mystery Library books, both leather bound, AEG, includes The Ipcress File by Len Deighton, Franklin Mystery Library, 1988, great 1965 movie starring Michael Caine, and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy by John LeCarre, Franklin Mystery

Lot: 19 - Two Franklin Mystery Library books

Two Franklin Mystery Library books, both leather bound, AEG, includes Anatomy of A Murder by Robert Traver, Franklin Mystery Library 1988, made into stage play, a classic Otto Preminger film starring Jimmy Stewart and Lee Remick, and Michael Innes

Lot: 20 - The Complete Sherlock Holmes Treasury and

The Complete Sherlock Holmes Treasury and Masterpieces of Mystery, two books, The Complete Sherlock Holmes Treasury by Arthur Conan Doyle, Brammall House, New York, 1976 First Printing, facsimile of the original publications in Strand Magazine

Lot: 21 - Edgar Allan Poe Raven Edition five volume set

Edgar Allan Poe Raven Edition five volume set, The Works of Edgar Allen Poe, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1904, frontispiece in color from painting by Arthur E. Becher, cloth bound, one of the first complete works after Poe’s estate settled

Lot: 22 - Eleven volume collection of some of the Best

Eleven volume collection of Some of the Best Mysteries of All Time, ImPress Mystery, including hard to find The Maltese Falcon by Dashtell Hammett and Raymond Chandler’s The Long Goodbye, Anatomy of a Murder by Robert Traver, the first Perry

Lot: 23 - Three Volume Set of The Complete Works of Sherlock

Three Volume Set of The Complete Works of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Heritage Press, New York, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1950, The Later Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1952, and The Final Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,

Lot: 24 - Three mystery books by Ed McBain

Three mystery books by Ed McBain, includes Bread: An 87th Precinct Mystery, Random House, NYC, 1974, first edition hardbound, very fine condition with polyester -protected dust jacket, Mystery Series for which he published his own paperback Ed

Lot: 25 - Sixteen mostly first edition Mystery and Sci Fi

Sixteen mostly first edition Mystery and Sci Fi/Horror Classic books, all with dust jackets protected with plastic, includes Running Wild by J. G. Ballard, Farrar Straus Giroux, NYC , 1989 First American Edition, The Assignment by Per Wahloo, Alfred

Lot: 26 - Indian Love by Laurence Hope

Indian Love by Laurence Hope, William Heinemann, London, John Lane, NY, 1905, First Edition, half leather and marbleized binding, inspired Mary Pickford movie, (pseudonym for Adele Florence Niedsen), 6" x 8 1/2"

Lot: 27 - Gertrude of Wyoming and Other Poems by Thomas

Gertrude of Wyoming and Other Poems by Thomas Campbell, London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Pater-Noster-Row; and J. Murray, Albemarle-Stree, 1814, Fifth Edition, leather bound, AEG, Over 200 years old-Thomas Campbell’s

Lot: 28 - Three leather bound poetical books

Three leather bound poetical books, includes The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, Gall & Inglis, Edinburgh, 1881 First Edition, full-embossed leather, 4 3/4" x 6 7/8", Poems of Algernon Charles Swinburne (in 3/4 leather), The Modern Library, NY.,

Lot: 29 - The Poems of John Donne and The Poems of John

The Poems of John Donne and The Poems of John Keats, two books, The Poems of John Donne, The Easton Press Collectors Edition, 1979, wood engravings by Imre Reiner in beautiful leather, and John Keats The Poems of John Keats, The Easton Press

Lot: 30 - Gems from Tennyson and Grandma's Attic Treasures

Gems from Tennyson and Grandma's Attic Treasures, two books, includes Gems From Tennyson (Alfred Lord Tennyson), rare in beautiful hand-tooled leather binding, Porter & Coates, 1888, Philadelphia, illustrations by Hammatt Billings, owner

Lot: 31 - Poetical Works of Robert Browning, and Works of

Poetical Works of Robert Browning and Poetical Works of Elizabeth Browning, two books, The Complete Poetic and Dramatic Works of Robert Browning, Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1895 Cambridge Edition, Leather with Gilt, AEG, 6" x 8 1/4", and The

Lot: 32 - Three first editions by James Whitcomb Riley

Three first editions by James Whitcomb Riley, each cover heavily decorated, and each illustrated by Howard Chandler Christy, includes An Old Sweetheart of Mine, Bobbs -Merrill Company, 1902, First Edition, very fine condition, 6 1/2" x 9", Home Again

Lot: 33 - The Courtship of Miles Standish, and Other Poems

The Courtship of Miles Standish and Other Poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Ticknor & Fields, Boston 1859, probably 3rd printing, First Edition with advertisements in back, printed November 1858, scarce cloth binding, gift inscription

Lot: 34 - Pope's Poetical Works vols. I and II

Pope's Poetical Works volumes I and II, by Alexander Pope, includes Rape of the Lock and Other Poems, Printed for John Sharpe, London, 1829, Volume 1, and Pope's Essay on Man and Other Poems, published by John Sharpe, London, 1828, Volume 2, Matched

Lot: 35 - The Double Helix by James D. Watson

The Double Helix by James D. Watson, Athenaeum, New York, First Edition 1968, sixth printing May 1968, near fine condition with polyester jacket to preserve dust jacket, 5 3/4" x 8 3/4"

Lot: 36 - The Vegetation of the New Jersey Pine Barrens

The Vegetation of the New Jersey Pine Barrens by John W. Harshberger, Ph.D., Christopher Sower Company, Philadelphia, First Edition, 1916, rare with original maps of vegetation in Pine Barrens still attached, 6 1/4" x 9 1/4"

Lot: 37 - Natural Magick by John Baptista Porta

Natural Magick by John Baptista, Giambattista della Porta of Naples -First Published 1658 English translation republished in the Collector's Series of Science, by Basic Books, Inc., New York 1957, with original sleeve with printed name of author and

Lot: 38 - Rare 1897 set of four Authorized Editions

Rare 1897 set of four Authorized Editions, in half leather and marbled boards published by D. Appleton, New York, includes “The Sun” by foremost USA spectroscopist/astronomer Charles Augustus Young (1834-1908), “Other World’s Than

Lot: 39 - Six books on Nature and Science

Six books on Nature and Science, includes Faces of Science by Mariana Cook, 2005 W.W. Norton, NYC, London, First Printing, Life of the Woodpecker by Alexander Skutch, 1985 Ibis Publishing, Santa Monica Ca, First Publishing, The Art of Natural History

Lot: 40 - Gray's School and Field Botany and How Plants Grow

Gray's School and Field Botany and How Plants Grow, two books, Botany For Young People, How Plants Grow, by Asa Gray, M.D., American Book Co., New York 1858 First Edition Text Book, full of illustrations, 6" x 7 1/2", Gray's School and Field Botany,

Lot: 41 - Squirrels and other Fur-Bearers and The Burgess

Squirrels and other Fur-Bearers and The Burgess Bird Book for Children, two books, Squirrels and other Fur-Bearers by John Burroughs, Houghton Mifflin and Company, Boston & New York, 1901, 15 early color illustrations, owner inscription in

Lot: 42 - Two First Edition classics of Agriculture

Two First Edition classics of Agriculture, Swine Husbandry by F.D. Coburn, Orange Judd Co., New York, 1877, signed by Author?, 5 1/2" x 7 1/2", and Dairy Cattle Feeding and Management by Carl W. Larson and Fred S. Putney, John Wiley & Sons, NYC,

Lot: 43 - Five Raggedy Ann books by Johnny Gruelle

Five Raggedy Ann books by Johnny Gruelle, including 3 First Editions, without dust jackets, Raggedy Ann’s Wishing Pebble, Johnny Gruelle Co., New York, 1925 First Edition, Raggedy Ann in the Magic Book, Johnny Gruelle, Co., New York, 1939 First

Lot: 44 - Olivia by Ian Falconer

Olivia by Ian Falconer, Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2000 First Edition, Caldecott Award Winner, signed by Ian Falconer, with dust jacket, 8 3/4" x 11 1/4"

Lot: 45 - Five Award Winning Children's Books

Five Award Winning Children's Books, includes Anatole by Eve Titus, Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill, 1956 First Edition, Caldecott Honor Book, Adapted TV, Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg, Houghton Mifflin, 1981 First edition, later printing, Caldecott

Lot: 46 - Five volumes from scarce children's series "What

Five volumes from a very old and scarce children's series "What Every Child Should Know", with decorative covers, includes 1) Kipling Stories, Doubleday, Doran & Co. 1909-selections from the Jungle Book, Just So Stories, Departmental Ditties,

Lot: 47 - Rinkitink in Oz and King Arthur and his Knights

Rinkitink in Oz and King Arthur and his Knights, two books, includes Rinkitink in Oz by Frank Baum, Illustrated By John R.Neill, Reilly & Lee Co., Chicago 1916. -10th Baum book in Oz series, early reprint around 1933, owner name lightly printed

Lot: 48 - Two Doctor Dolittle books by Hugh Lofting

Two Doctor Dolittle books by Hugh Lofting, includes Doctor Dolittle’s Caravan, J B Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1927 first edition, 10th impression, and Doctor Dolittle’s Garden, J B Lippincott, Philadelphia 1927 First edition, 6th impression,

Lot: 49 - The Little Hunchback Zia by Frances Hodgson

The Little Hunchback Zia by Frances Hodgson Burnett, Frederick A. Stokes Company, New York, 1916 First Edition, A Nativity Story, rare with dust jacket, an error in the author’s name and price has been blacked out by the publisher on front flap

Lot: 50 - The Wonderful Worlds of Walt Disney four volume

The Wonderful Worlds of Walt Disney four volume set, Golden Press, New York 1965 first edition, 4 volume set with original sleeve, includes 1) Fantasyland, 2) America, 3) Stories from other Lands, and 4)Worlds of Nature, owners names written inside

Lot: 51 - Three rare Disney's collectible books

Three rare Disney's collectible books, includes 1)Walt Disney’s Living Desert, Simon & Schuster, New York 1954 first edition, with original unclipped dust jacket, gift inscription covered over on frontise, basis for Academy Award winning

Lot: 52 - Three Walt Disney books

Three Walt Disney books, includes 1)1952 First Big Golden Book Edition by Walt Disney, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Golden press , New York, near perfect inside covers, 9 1/2" X 12 1/2", 2)Walt Disney Donald Duck, Best Comics, Abbeville Press,

Lot: 53 - Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, Easton Press, 1975, First Collector's Edition, in beautifully appointed full leather, Great 2012 Oscar nominated film with Keira Knightley and Jude Law, AEG, 6 1/4" x 9"

Lot: 54 - On the Origins of Species by Charles Darwin

On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin, by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life, Easton Press, 1976, bound fully in leather, illustrated with Wood Engravings by Paul Landacre, AEG, 8" x 10

Lot: 55 - The Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

The Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Pulitzer Prize 1939, Franklin Library 1977, First Edition, illustrated by N C Wyeth, rare, leather bound, AEG, 6" x 9"

Lot: 56 - Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift

Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift, The Easton Press 1976, first edition with wonderful woodcut engravings by Fritz Eichenberg, leather bound, AEG, 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"

Lot: 57 - The History of Tom Jones by Henry Fielding

The History of Tom Jones by Henry Fielding,, Easton Press 1979, illustrated by T.M. Cleland, in Beautiful Full Leather, AEG, 7 1/4" x 10 1/4"

Lot: 58 - The Iliad by Homer and The Birds The Frogs by

The Iliad by Homer and The Birds The Frogs by Aristophanes, two books, includes The Iliad by Homer, English verse Translation by Alexander Pope, Easton Press 1979, illustrated John Flaxman, in leather, AEG, 7”x11” , and The Birds The Frogs

Lot: 59 - Three leather bound Easton Press books

Three leather bound Easton Press books, includes Tartuffe & the Would-be Gentleman by Moliere, The Easton Press, 1980, leather bound, 6 3/4" x 10 1/4", Paradise Lost by John Milton, The Easton Press, 1976 with illustrations by William Blake, 7" x

Lot: 60 - The Age of Innocence by Wharton and Wuthering

The Age of Innocence by Wharton and Wuthering Heights by Bronte, two Easton Press books, includes The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton, Franklin Library 1977, Illustrated in Beautiful Full Leather, AEG, 6" x 8", and Wuthering Heights by Emily

Lot: 61 - The Return of the Native by Hardy and Crime and

The Return of the Native by Hardy and Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky, two books, includes The Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy, The Easton Press Collector’s Edition, 1978, in Full leather, AEG, 6 1/4" x 9 1/4", and Crime and Punishment

Lot: 62 - The Poems of Robert Browning and The Collected

The Poems of Robert Browning and The Collected Poems of W.B. Yeats, two books, includes The Poems of Robert Browning, 100 Greatest Books Ever Written Collector's Edition, Easton Press 1979 Illustrated wood engravings, in genuine Leather, AEG, 6 1/2"

Lot: 63 - Two leather bound Charles Dickens Easton Press

Two leather bound Charles Dickens Easton Press books, includes Great Expectations, The Easton Press Collector’s Edition 1979, Illustrated, Full Leather with Dickens image on Front, and A Tale of Two Cities, The Easton Press Collector’s

Lot: 64 - Two leather bound Easton Press books

Two Leather bound Easton Press books, includes The Tales of Guy De Maupassant, Easton Press Collector’s Edition 1977, illustrations from watercolors by Gunter Bohmer, AEG, 7" x 9 1/2", and The Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Anonymous

Lot: 65 - Four Easton Press books

Four Easton Press books, includes Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott, Easton Press Collector’s Edition, 1977 First Edition, illustrated by Edward A. Wilson, in full leather, 6 1/2" x 9 1/2", The Adventures of Hajji Baba by J.J. Morier, Easton Press

Lot: 66 - Three Franklin Library books

Three Franklin Library books, includes The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot, The Franklin Library 1982 Limited Edition in full leather, illustrated by Paul Geiger, Masterpiece first published in 1860 and adapted to film, stage and TV written by

Lot: 67 - Three leather bound books

Three leather bound books, includes The Poems of John Greenleaf Whittier, Easton Press, 1973 First Edition, with illustrations by R. J. Holden, 6 1/2" x 10 1/4", The Moon and Sixpence by Somerset Maugham, Illustrated by Frederick Dorr Steele and Paul

Lot: 68 - Two Limited Edition leather bound books

Two Limited Edition leather bound books, includes The Laws and Liberties of Massachusetts, Privately Printed For The Members of Legal Classics Library, Reprinted from the copy of 1648 edition in Huntington Library, Legal Classics Library, Birmingham

Lot: 69 - Four Privately Printed for the Members of Classics

Four Privately Printed for the Members of Classics of Medicine Library, includes 1) An Account of the Foxglove by William Withering MD, 1785, In full leather and fold-out color print. with separate Notes From Editors, 6" x 9 1/4", 2) Collected

Lot: 70 - The Collected Papers of Joseph Lister, volumes I

The Collected Papers of Joseph Lister, volumes I and II, Privately Printed for Members of Classics of Medicine Library, Special Edition of the Collected Papers of Joseph, Baron Lister, Oxford 1909, 1979 Gryphon Editions, Birmingham, Al, in gorgeous

Lot: 71 - John James Audubon two volume set

John James Audubon two volume set, Limited Edition two volume set in full leather #1840 of 5000, First Edition, includes Selected Birds of America, Volair Limited, Kent, 1977, and Selected Quadrupeds of North America, Volair Limited, 1977, AEG, 6

Lot: 72 - Two Classics of the Old West books and Westerns of

Two Classics of the Old West books and Westerns of the 40's, three books, includes 2 Classics of the Old West Beautifully bound in Embossed Genuine Leather in 1980, "Uncle Dick" Wootton the Pioneer Frontiersman of the Rockey Mountain Region by Howard

Lot: 73 - Pictorial History of the World's Great Nations

Pictorial History of the World's Great Nations three volume set, Charlotte m. Yonge, culturally important First Edition 3 volume set, Greek & Roman history, German, French, English and American histories, heavily illustrated with steel

Lot: 74 - Complete Works of Shakespeare in nine volumes

Complete Works of Shakespeare in nine volumes, White and Allen, New York and London 1888, very rare, one of several publishers that devoted themselves to publishing handsomely bound illustrated editions, rare because went bankrupt in business just 4

Lot: 75 - Two Navarre Editions by Julia Pardoe

Two Navarre Editions by Julia Pardoe, both #15 of only 100 printed, half leather bound, in English with woodcut illustrations, one in color, published by James Pott & Co., New York, 1905, includes The Life of Marie de Medicis Queen of France,

Lot: 76 - The Life and Times of Oliver Goldsmith two vol.

The Life and Times of Oliver Goldsmith two volume set by John Forster, Chapman and Hall, London, 1871, illustrated, full leather bound with gold trim and titles, volume one written on title page "Maria Fitzgerald, with much love from the author",

Lot: 77 - Romola by George Eliot two volume set

Romola by George Eliot two volume set, Romola (historical novel set in 15th century renaissance, Italy), Porter & Coates, Philadelphia 1890, 3/4 leather bound, complete in 2 volumes, Illustrated, 6" x 8 1/4"

Lot: 78 - The Works of Victor Hugo

The Works of Victor Hugo, Royal Edition Deluxe, Bigelow, Smith & Co. NYC 1907, Limited to 200 Copies, 18 of 20 Volumes, missing volumes 1 (part 1 Notre dame) & vol.14 (essays), but all of Les Miserables complete in 5 volumes, and Toilers of

Lot: 79 - Nimrod's Hunting Tours and two Nathanial Hawthorne

Nimrod's Hunting Tours and two Nathanial Hawthorne novels, three books, includes Nimrod’s Hunting Tours by C.J. Apperley, D. Appleton & Co. NYC, 1903 First US Edition with color plates., beautiful book for any hunter, horseman and outdoors

Lot: 80 - Young Americans in Japan by Edward Greey

Young Americans in Japan by Edward Greey, 1882 Lee & Shepard Publishers, Boston, First Edition, 372 pages, 171 illustrations with decorative chromolithograph cover and cloth binding designed and drawn by author, clean inside, no inscriptions

Lot: 81 - The Principles of Religion and Memoir of The Early

The Principles of Religion and Memoir of The Early Life of William Cowper, two full leather books over 200 years old, includes The Principals of Religion, as Professed by the Society of Christians, usually Called QUAKERS by Henry Tuke, Phillips and

Lot: 82 - Four French Language Classics in leather bindings

Four French Language Classics in leather bindings, includes 1.) Le Petit Pierre by Anatole France, Calmann-Levy, Paris 1918, 5" x 7 1/4", 2.) Fables de La Fontaine, Garnier, Freies, Paris, ca. 1885, very rare, 4 3/4" x 7 1/4", 3.) Journal de Marie

Lot: 83 - World-Famous Paintings edited by Rockwell Kent

World-Famous Paintings edited by Rockwell Kent, Wise & Co., New York, 1939 First Edition, first printing, with tipped-in illustrations, in great condition, 8 3/4" x 11 1/2"

Lot: 84 - Three volumes of Great Men and Famous Women

Three Volumes of Great Men and Famous Women, Selmar Hess Publisher, New York, 1894, with wonderful Pen & Pencil Sketches, First Edition, 1894, includes Volume 1 - Soldiers and Sailors, very fine condition, Volume III - Statesmen and Sages, very

Lot: 85 - Thirty Volumes complete Dickens' Works

Thirty Volumes Complete Dickens' Works, The Boz- Charles Dickens, T.B. Peterson, Philadelphia 1862, half calf with marbled boards in good condition except some foxing of tissue over illustrations, believed to be the first complete set published in

Lot: 86 - The Life of Our Lord and A Christmas Carol by

The Life of Our Lord and A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, includes two highly collectible books by Charles Dickens, 1.) The Life of Our Lord, Written for his children during the years 1846 to 1849, First Edition, Simon and Schuster, 1934, book

Lot: 87 - The Works of Rudyard Kipling, Twenty-one volumes

The Works of Rudyard Kipling, twenty-one volumes, The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling, Scribners, New York , 1899-1903, 21 Volumes complete as of 1903, last volume 21 published in 1903, all Illustrated by author, Scribner’s

Lot: 88 - Four scarce volumes in 1/4 leather The Fine

Four scarce volumes in 1/4 leather The Fine Editions Club, Cleveland, Ohio, all illustrated, includes 1.) A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, Fine Editions Press, 1946, 2.) The Republic by Plato, Fine Editions Press, 1946, 3.) The Red Badge of

Lot: 89 - Twelve illustrated and decorated cloth editions of

Twelve illustrated and decorated cloth editions of The Classics, includes 1.) Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain, Heritage Press, New York, 1944, with wonderful illustrations by the great Thomas Hart Benton, 2.) Bret Harte's Tales of the Gold

Lot: 90 - The Vicar of Wakefield

The Vicar of Wakefield, Oliver Goldsmith, David McKay, Philadelphia, 1929, The magical illustrations of arguably the World’s Best Illustrator Arthur Rackham, First Trade Edition with twelve color plates, 7 1/2" x 9 3/4"

Lot: 91 - Four Books

Four Books, includes 1.) Children's Stories from Dickens Re-told by His Granddaughter Mary Angela Dickens & Others, Raphael Tuck & Sons, c.1890, illustrated by Harold Copping with 12 color plates, 7 1/2" x 10", 2.)Chatterbox, Founded by J.

Lot: 92 - Eight Antiquarian books with Victorian decorative

Eight Antiquarian books with Victorian decorative book covers, includes 1.) A Weaver of Dreams by Myrtle Reed, Best-Selling American Woman Author, G.P. Putnam's Sons, NY and London 1911, First Edition, 5 1/2" x 8", 2.) The White Shield by Myrtle

Lot: 93 - The Rhine From its Source to the Sea Two Volume

The Rhine From its Source to the Sea Two Volume Set, Henry T. Coates & Co., Philadelphia, 1899, First American Edition, Translated by G.C.T. Bartley from the German of Karl Stieler, H. Wachenhusen and F.W. Hacklander, with 50 early photographic

Lot: 94 - Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights by the Bronte

Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights by the Bronte Sisters, two books, includes Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, Random House, New York, 1943 First Edition, and Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, Random House, New York 1943 First Edition, both the finest

Lot: 95 - Rare matched set of four novels by John Steinbeck

Rare matched set of four novels by John Steinbeck, includes 1.) Of Mice and Men, P F Collier & Son, New York, 1937, made into movies 4 times, 2.) The Grapes of Wrath, P F Collier & Son, New York, 1939, Winner Pulitzer Prize, 3.) In Dubious

Lot: 96 - Six volume set of Pearl S. Buck novels

Six volume set of Pearl S. Buck novels, P.F. Collier, 1931-1936, in embossed brown cloth, includes The Mother, A House Divided, Sons, The Good Earth, Fighting Angel, and The Exile, 5 1/4" x 7 1/2"

Lot: 97 - Fourteen books from Best Selling Authors

Fourteen books from Best Selling Authors, includes three books by Dale Brown, Flight of The Old Dog, Silver Tower, and Day of the Cheetah, (first three military books), with dust jackets, first two thrillers from British writer Clare Francis, Night

Lot: 98 - The Life of Queen Victoria and Her Reign and

The Life of Queen Victoria and Her Reign and Ben-Hur, two books, includes The Life of Queen Victoria and the Story of her Reign, and also the Life of the New King, Edward VII by Charles Morris, LL.D., WE Scull, Washington, 1901, First Edition,

Lot: 99 - Original Photographs Taken on the Battlefields

Original Photographs Taken on the Battlefields During the Civil War of the United States By Mathew B. Brady and Alexander Gardner, Private Collection of Edward Bailey Eaton, First Edition, Hartford, Connecticut, 1907, rare, 15" x 11 1/4"

Lot: 100 - Recollections of the Civil War by Charles A. Dana

Recollections of the Civil War by Charles A. Dana, D. Appleton & Co. 1898, First Edition, fine condition, scarce, Charles Anderson Dana was top aide to Horace Greeley as Managing Editor of the NY Tribune until 1862, during the Civil War, he

Lot: 101 - Four great books covering the hardware of the

Four Great Books covering the hardware of the Civil War, includes 1.) US Military Headgear 1770-1880 by Waverly P. Lewis, Self-Published First edition 1960, very fine condition, 6 1/4" x 9" 2. The Original Confederate Colt by William A. Albaugh III

Lot: 102 - A Complete History of the Great Rebellion

A Complete History of the Great Rebellion 1861-1865, by Dr. James Moore, The Civil War in the United States, Hurst & Co., NY, 1866, fine condition, rare, 5 3/4" x 8"

Lot: 103 - Four books on the Civil War

Four books on the Civil War, includes 1.) Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War by Alfred H. Guernsey and Henry M. Alden, compilation of originals, Fairfax press, Fairfax, VA, with dust jacket, 10 3/4" x 14 3/4", 2.) The Monitor Chronicles, The

Lot: 104 - The French Revolution of 1789 by John S.C. Ascott

The French Revolution of 1789 by John S.C. Ascott, As Viewed in the Light of Republican Institutions, with numerous engravings in two volumes, Harper & Brothers, publishers, New York, Franklin Square, hardbound half leather binding with

Lot: 105 - Battles of the Nineteenth Century

Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Archibald Forbes, G.A. Henty, Major Arthur Griffiths and other Well-known writers, published by Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 7 volume set, with colored plates and numerous

Lot: 106 - Gargantua et Pantagruel by Rabelais 5 vol set

Gargantua et Pantagruel by Rabelais, Paris 1936; 666/9009 on velin arches; signed by Icart on the colophon page; five volumes with sixty original erotic photogravures in colors by Louis Icart with tissue guards; in gilt titled leather bindings with

Lot: 107 - Der Zeichner Lovis Corinth By Georg Biermann

Der Zeichner Lovis Corinth by Georg Biermann, Dresden 1924; example 3 with an original drypoint etching, signed in pencil and with eighty six full page plates, blank on the verso, illustrating the works of Lovis Corinth; in a hand made gilt decorated

Lot: 108 - Le Carnet De Paul Gauguin By Rene Huyghe

Le Carnet de Paul Gauguin by Rene Huyghe, quatre chemins-editart, Paris 1952 ; 393/550; one volume with text by Rene Huyghe and illustrations by Gauguin, Van Gogh, and others, blank on the verso; the other volume containing a facsimile of Gauguin's

Lot: 109 - Primitives By Max Weber

Primitives by Max Weber, Spiral Press New York 1926; copy number 214/350 with poems and eleven woodcuts by Max Weber; inscribed, signed and dated 1934; hand made binding; artist and the book No 321, 6 1/2" x 10 1/4"

Lot: 110 - Woodcuts And Linoleum Blocks By Max Weber

Woodcuts and Linoleum blocks by Max Weber, New York 1956; 30/225, signed and numbered by Max Weber on the colophon page with two pages of text and thirty three original woodcuts by Weber, thirty one hors text; cloth covered titled boards, 6 3/4" x

Lot: 111 - Er-Sie-Es Parodies By Carl Maria Seyppel

Er-Sie-Es Parodies by Carl Maria Seyppel, two copies, Duuseldorf circa 1880-1885; Sclau, Schlauer, am Schlausten, Aegyptische Humoreske, Verlag von Felix Bagel, Dusseldorf, circa 1880; niedergeschrieben und abgemalt 1315 jahre von christgeburt von C.

Lot: 112 - Humour Poetique

Humour Poetique ; La Nef, Example D from A-Z with an original color lithograph by Jacques Villon, signed in pencil by Villon; pp.175 with illustrations by Cocteau, Ernst, Hartung and others; original illustrated wrappers by Miro, 5 3/4" x 9"

Lot: 113 - The Mirror Of The Graces Or The English Lady's

The Mirror of the Graces or the English Lady's Costume, Combining and Harmonizing Taste and Judgment, Elegance and Grace, Modesty, Simplicity and Economy, with fashion in dress and adopting the various articles of female embellishments to different

Lot: 114 - Picasso Lithographe III

Picasso Lithographe III, 1949-1956, Fernand Mourlot 1956; with two original lithographs, one in colors "La Danse " Mourlot 281 and the other double page for the cover "Bacchanale" Mourlot 280 and illustrating the lithographs of Picasso 1949-1956;

Lot: 115 - Two Volume Set Of Human Bondage By Somerset

Two Volume Set of Human Bondage by Somerset Maugham, the Limited Editions Club, New Haven 1938; two volumes; 1277/1500 with sixteen etchings by John Sloan; signed by Sloan on the colophon page; original cloth covered titled boards; titled slipcase, 6

Lot: 116 - Les Chansons De Bilitis By Pierre Louys

Les Chansons de Dilitis by Pierre Louys, Paris 1949 with twenty one erotic illustrations by Louis Icart, eight full page, blank on the verso, the illustrations hand coloreds; original titled and illustrated wrappers with glassine protection, 7 1/2" x

Lot: 117 - The Jaunts And The Jollities Of That Renowned

The Jaunts and the Jollities of that Renowned Sporting Citizen Mr. John Jorrocks by R. S. Surtees, Limited Editions Club, New York 1932; with an introduction by Howard Weston; 397/1500 with watercolor illustrations by Gordon Ross; signed on the

Lot: 118 - Derriere Le Miroir No 235, October 1979

Derriere le Miroir no 235, October 1979; with two original lithographs in colors, one for the cover "L'Acrobate Vert" and one double page "Soleiel au Cheval Louge" {Mopurlot nos 945-946}; this copy signed in pencil by Chagall on the bottom of the

Lot: 119 - Costumes Of South America By Edouard Halouze

Costumes of South America by Edouard Halouze, with preface by Dorothy Shaver, New York 1941; large folio with forty hand colored costume plates by Edouard Halouze, blank on the verso, signed in the plate by Halouze depicting Indigenous and Colonial

Lot: 120 - Sapho And Tartarin Sur Les Alpes By Alphonse

Sapho and Tartarin Sur Les Alpes by Alphonse Daudet, Sapho Moeurs Parisienes by Alphonse Daudet, Paris 1931; pp.210 illustrated throughout with hors text erotic color plates by Andre Dignimont, signed in the plate, blank on the verso and hors text

Lot: 121 - Des Gouts Et Des Couleurs By Sacha Guitry

Des Gouts et Des Couleurs by Sacha Guitry, Paris 1943; 793/980 on velin superieur with forty drawings and watercolors by Andre Dignimont, twelve erotic hors text in colors, signed in the plate, blank on the verso plus original frontispiece in colors

Lot: 122 - Leonor Fini Fetes Secretes By Jean Claude Dedieu

Leonor Fini Fetes Secretes by Jean Claude Dedieu, Belgium 1978; limited edition 5000 examples on woven paper with frontispiece photo-portrait by Fini, seventy three hors text erotic photogravures, full page and double page by Fini, blank on the verso

Lot: 123 - Ovid's Metamorphoses In Fifteen Books

Ovid's Metamorphoses in Fifteen Books, Limited Editions Club, Verona 1958; 865/1500 with erotic etchings by Hans Erni; signed by Erni and the printer Giuoivanni Herdensteig on the colophon page; original cloth covered boards and titled slipcase, 6

Lot: 124 - Green Grow The Lilacs, A Play By Lynn Riggs

Green Grow the Lilacs, A Play by Lynn Riggs, Limited Editions Club, Oklahoma 1954; 535/1500 signed on the colophon page by Thomas Hart Benton, with hors text illustrations by Benton, blank on the verso and in text illustrations by Benton; original

Lot: 125 - Udinotti, A Biography By Agnese Udinotti "Monument

Udinotti, a Biography by Agnese Udinotti "Monument to My Father"; 13/25, numbered, inscribed and signed by Udinotti on the colophon page; first edition, pp.156 with dated and titled black and white illustrations throughout; original titled and

Lot: 126 - In The State Of Innocensye By Jacobus A Voraigne

In the State of Innocensye by Jacobus A. Voraigne, The Chimera Press, Beckenham 1988; 9/100 on Waterford mould made paper, signed on the colophon page by the printer Michael Hutchins and the artist Ron King; with nine relief erotic prints by Ron

Lot: 127 - Terechkovitch By J P Crespelle

Terechkovitch by J. P. Crespelle, Geneve 1958 ; pp.78 with full page black and white frontispiece and numerous text illustrations plus sixty one full page plates, blank on the verso, including twenty-one tipped in color plates and two double page

Lot: 128 - Far Away And Long Ago By W.H.. Hudson

Far Away and Long Ago; A History of My Early Life by W. H. Hudson; introduction by R. B. Cunninghame Graham, The Limited Editions Club, Buenos Aires 1943; 850/1500 signed on the colophon by Alberto Kraft who designed the book and Raul Rosarivo who

Lot: 129 - The Cloister And The Hearth By Charles Reade

The Cloister and the Hearth by Charles Reade, Limited Editions Club, New York 1932; two volumes; 397/1500; photogravures by Lynd Ward; signed on the colophon page by Lynd Ward; original cloth covered titled boards, 6 1/2" x 10"

Lot: 130 - The Lithographs Of Chagall Volume III

The Lithographs of Chagall Volume III, Andre Sauret, Monte Carlo 1974; definitive catalogue raisonne of Chagall's lithographs 1962-1968 {mourlot 377-560} with two original lithographs in colors by Chagall, including the double page dust jacket

Lot: 131 - The Haggadah By Arthur Szyk

The Haggadah, executed by Arthur Szyk and edited by Cecil Roth, published by Massadah and Alumoth, Jerusalem and Telaviv 1962; inside the front and back boards there is a reproduction in black and white of a drawing by Szyk, a color frontispiece,

Lot: 132 - Images De Notre Deliverance By Georges Duhamel

Images De Notre Deliverance by Georges Duhamel, Paris 1944; 432/962 on Angkor special Font; pp.49 with ten hors text original etchings in colors by Claude Lepape with tissue guards and in text illustrations; original titled wrappers with glassine

Lot: 133 - Pascin By Andre Warnod

Pascin by Andre Warnod with preface by Pierre Macorlan, Monte Carlo 1954; text in French; 1818/2000; pp.99 with twelve full page hors text plates in colors of works by Pascin, blank on the verso, some erotic nudes and eighteen in text black and white

Lot: 134 - Revolutions In Stage Design Of The XXth Century By

Revolutions In Stage Design of the XXth Century by Denis Bablet, New York 1977; pp.388 with two original lithographs in colors by Joan Miro, blank on the verso; with 666 illustrations of works by Miro, 97 in full color; original titled cloth covered

Lot: 135 - Chansons De Montmatre By Paul Delmet

Chansons de Montmatre by Paul Delmet, Paris 1898; 2/75 on papier de hollande with ten of fifteen lithographs by Steinlen, signed in the plate; loose in a folder, missing numbers 2-4, 13, and 15, measures 11 1/2" x 15"

Lot: 136 - The Divine Comedy By Dante Alighieri Three Volume

The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri three volume set, translated by Thomas Bergin, New York 1969 ; three volumes, pp.281, 291 & 295 illustrated throughout with full page plates by Leonard Baskin with descriptions on the verso; cloth covered

Lot: 137 - Picasso Lithographe Iv 1956-1963

Picasso Lithographe IV 1956-1963, Mourlot Paris 1964, with two original lithographs, one double page for the cover and the other the frontispiece, Mourlot numbers 388 and 399; illustrating the lithographs of Picasso 1956-1963; Cramer 125, 9 3/4" x 12

Lot: 138 - The Blue Guitar With Etchings By David Hockney

The Blue Guitar with Etchings by David Hockney who was inspired by Wallace Stevens who was inspired by Pablo Picasso; The Man with The Blue Guitar by Wallace Stevens; Petersburg Press 1977; pp.51 with illustrations of the etchings; original cloth

Lot: 139 - Histoire Naturelle By Max Ernst

Histoire Naturelle by Max Ernst, Stuttgart 1972; with an introduction by Jean Arp; a103/a400 with thirty-four reproductions of frontages by Ernst; original titled cloth covered portfolio; 13 1/2" x 20 1/2"

Lot: 140 - Foolish Questions By Rube Goldberg

Foolish Questions by Rube Goldberg, Small, Maynard and Company, Boston 1909; first edition of Goldberg's first book with eighty two illustrations by Goldberg, blank on the verso; original titled and illustrated cloth covered boards, signed in the

Lot: 141 - The Adventures Of King Pausole By Pierre Louys

The Adventures of King Pausole by Pierre Louys, privately printed for the Pierre Louys Society, New York 1926; 866/930; npp.327 with ten erotic full color plates with descriptions by Clara Tice, signed in the plate by Tice, blank on the verso;

Lot: 142 - Art Deco Sculpture By Victor Arwas

Art Deco Sculpture by Victor Arwas, New York 1992; npp.252 with 208 color illustrations, most full page in colors, illustrating with details works of Chiparus, Goddard, Lorennel, Preiss, Zach and others; original gilt titled cloth covered boards and

Lot: 143 - Fancy Dresses Described Or What To Wear At Fancy

Fancy Dresses Described or What to Wear at Fancy Balls by Arden Holt; fourth edition; London Debenham & Freebody, London 1884; pp.168 with sixteen color chromolithographs, blank on the verso; original gilt titled boards, 5 1/2" x 8"

Lot: 144 - Fernand Botero: Monograph & Catalogue Raisonne

Fernand Botero: Monograph & Catalogue Raisonne Paintings 1975-1990 by Edward J. Sullivan and Jean-Marie Tasset, Switzerland 2000; pp.509 with illustrations throughout, with descriptions, most in colors, most full page, some double page; appendix;

Lot: 145 - Vision Russe By Czwiklitzer

Vision Russe by Czwiklitzer; Catalogue of an Exhibition in Heidelberg 14 July to 15 September 1974 ; Ecole Russe du XXE Siecle; russische malerei und graphik des 20 jahrhunderts ; 254 full page illustrations, many in colors by Altman, Archipenko,

Lot: 146 - The Discourses Of Epictetus Translated By P.E.

The Discourses of Epictetus translated by P. E. Matheson; Limited Editions Club, Berne 1966; 1399/1500 with erotic color illustrations by Hans Erni; signed by Erni on the colophon page; original titled and illustrated boards, with slipcase, 8 1/4" x

Lot: 147 - The Stronger Sex As Seen By Vertes

Marcel Vertes: The Stronger Sex as Seen by Vertes; text by Janet Flanner, New York 1941; large folio with twenty-four full page color plates by Vertes; number 1398, one of 1750 examples in original illustrated cloth covered binding, 14 1/2" x 18 1/4"

Lot: 148 - Georges Braque Le Solitaire By Andre Verdet

Georges Braque le Solitaire by Andre Verdet, Paris 1959; first edition; 597/900; pp.59 with eight full page pochoirs in colors after watercolors by Braque, blank on the verso; original cloth covered titled and illustrated boards, 9 3/4" x 7 1/2"

Lot: 149 - 1601 : A Tudor Fireside Conversation As Written By

1601: A Tudor Fireside Conversation as Written by the Ingenious, Virtuous and Learned Mark Twain, wit., London 1936; first edition mdci/450 embellished by the worthy Alan Ogle with eight full page drawings, blank on the verso and four other drawings

Lot: 150 - The Song Of Bilitis By Pierre Louys

The Song of Bilitis by Pierre Louys, 1926 ; 1001/2000 signed on the colophon page by Willy Pogany; pp.180 plus bibliography and notes; English version by Alvah C. Bessie with hors text full page erotic illustrations and in text erotic illustrations

Lot: 151 - 3 By Asimov By Isaac Asimov

3 by Asimov by Isaac Asimov, New York 1981; three science fiction tales by Isaac Asimov; 11/250; text set in twelve point bembo monotype by the Stinehour Press in Lunenburg, Vermont, printed on J. Barcham Greene's hand made cambersand 100% rag sheet;

Lot: 152 - Candide Or All For The Best By Voltaire

Candide or All For the Best by Voltaire, New York MDCCCXXVII; 310/750 on papier a la cuve with ten hors text erotic etchings by Clara Tice, with titled tissue guards, blank on the verso; book set entirely by hand from typecast by Joh. Enschede en

Lot: 153 - Nevelson's World By Jean Lipman

Nevelson's World by Jean Lipman, New York 1983; with frontispiece color portrait of Nevelson; profusely illustrated throughout with reproductions of works of Nevelson, many full page, some in colors; original gilt titled boards and protective

Lot: 154 - The Artist And The Book In France By W J Strachan

The Artist and the Book in France by W. J. Strachan, New York 1969; the 20th Century Livre d'Artiste; pp. 368; from Bonnard Parallelement to Mannesier Presentation de la Beauce a Notre Dame de Chartres, each one illustrated, many full page, some in

Lot: 155 - Carzou Graveur Et Lithographe I By Maguy Furhange

Carzou Graveur et Lithographe I by Maguy Furhange, Nice 1971; Definitive Catalogue Raisonne of the Graphics of Jean Carzou 1948-1962 {1-85}, illustrated on full page, in colors, where applicable; 388/5000 with three original lithographs by Carzou

Lot: 156 - A Street Car Named Desire By Tennessee Williams

A Street Car Named Desire by Tennessee Williams; 458/2000; Limited Editions Club, New York 1982; frontispiece original lithograph by Al Hirschfeld, signed in the plate; signed on colophon by Hirschfeld, other illustrations by Hirschfeld; 100 pound

Lot: 157 - The Last Of The Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper

The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper, The Limited Editions Club, New York MCMXXII; 397/1500 signed on the colophon by the illustrator Edward A. Wilson; pp.377 with hors text illustrations by Wilson, blank on the verso; original titled

Lot: 158 - Geschichte Der Erotischen Kunst By Eduard Fuchs

Geschichte Der Erotischen Kunst by Eduard Fuchs, Albert Langen, Munchen ; pp.412 with 385 in text illustrations and 36 full page illustrations; gilt titled boards.

Lot: 159 - Four Signed Yousuf Karsh Books

Four Signed Yousuf Karsh Books, includes Karsh Portraits, Boston 1976; first United States Edition; signed by Karsh on the first blank page; Faces of Our Time Toronto 1971; signed and dated 1973 on the first blank page; Karsh Portfolio Toronto 1967;

Lot: 160 - Four Yousuf Karsh Books

Four Yousuf Karsh Books, includes Karsh Portraits, Boston 1976; first United States Edition; Faces of Our Time Toronto 1971; Karsh Portfolio Toronto 1967; Portraits of Greatness Toronto 1959; all with full page photogravure portraits by Karsh, 9 3/4"

Lot: 161 - Chasing The Blues By Rube Goldberg

Chasing the Blues by Rube Goldberg, New York 1912; first edition; illustrated by Rube Goldberg throughout; original titled and illustrated boards, 10" x 7 1/2"

Lot: 162 - Lettres De Mon Moulin By Alphonse Daudet

Lettres De Mon Moulin by Alphonse Daudet, l'Edition d'Art h Piazza, Paris 1940; example 7402 with thirty in text illustrations in colors by A. E. Marty, frontispiece hors text illustration in colors by Marty, illustration in colors on the wrapper,

Lot: 163 - Picasso By Wilhelm Boeck And Jaime Sabartes

Picasso by Wilhelm Boeck and Jaime Sabartes, Harry N. Abrams, New York 1955; pp.524, monograph with illustrations throughout of works by Picasso, many full page, many in colors, including twenty-seven pages of classified catalogue illustrated with

Lot: 164 - Miro By Jacques Dupin

Miro by Jacques Dupin, Harry N. Abrams, New York; pp.598 monograph includes two pages of footnotes, two pages of signatures, four pages of chronology; illustrated throughout with works of Miro with titles and descriptions, many full page, many in

Lot: 165 - Ivanhoe, A Romance By Walter Scott

Ivanhoe, A Romance by Walter Scott, Limited Editions Club, New York 1940; two volumes, 464/1500; signed by the illustrator Allan Lewis ; pp.612; the two volumes designed with illustrations and decorations cut in linoleum blocks by Allen Lewis;

Lot: 166 - Lola Montez By Oscar Lewis

Lola Montez by Oscar Lewis, San Francisco 1938; limited edition of 750 copies signed by Lewis on the colophon page; pp. 69 with woodcuts by Malette Dean; original titled and decorated woodcut boards, 6 1/4" x 9 1/4"

Lot: 167 - The Delineator, A Journal Of Fashion, Culture And

The Delineator, A Journal of Fashion, Culture and Fine Arts, includes XXXVI No 5 November 1890, XXXVII Nos 1 and 3 January and March 1891,XXXVIII Nos 3 and 5 September and November 1891, XLI Nos 2, 4, and 6 February, April & June 1893, and XLVII

Lot: 168 - Metamorphosis By Franz Kafka

Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, Limited Editions Club, New York 1984; 206/1500 signed by Jose Luis Cuevas on the colophon page; pp.63 designed by Ben Shiff, set in American monotype deepdene by Pat Taylor with drawings and etchings by Cuevas, blank on

Lot: 169 - Miro Engravings Ii

Miro Engravings II, 1961-1973, with two original woodcuts by Miro plus a repeat of the original cover of volume I, 10 1/4" x 13"

Lot: 170 - Jean-Pierre Cassigneul Lithographe Et Graveur

Jean-Pierre Cassigneul Lithographe et Graveur, Sauret Monte Carlo 1969; the definitive catalogue raisonne of Cassigneul's lithographs 1-196; with an original lithograph in colors by Cassigneul; in titled cloth covered boards and illustrated and

Lot: 171 - Jean-Pierre Cassigneul : Peintures 1950-1990

Jean-Pierre Cassigneul: Peintures 1950-1990 by Roger Bouillet, Andre Sauret, Monaco 1991; definitive catalogue of Cassigneul's paintings and drawings; with frontispiece original color lithograph by Cassigneul; one of 6000 copies; pp.252; illustrated

Lot: 172 - Les Innocents By Francis Carco

Les Innocents by Francis Carco; 170/800 on velin arches with seven original etchings in colors by Dignimont; pp.204 in original titled and decorated wrappers, 7 1/2" x 9 1/2"

Lot: 173 - Bob Et Bobette S'Amusent By Francis Carco

Bob et Bobette S'Amusent by Francis Carco, Paris 1960; pp.210 with seven original etchings in colors by Dignimont, in original titled and decorated wrappers, 7 1/2" x 9 1/2"

Lot: 174 - Emaux Et Camees By Theophile Gautier

Emaux et Camees by Theophile Gautier, Paris 1943; pp.218 with thirty-seven in text illustrations by Andre Marty, colored by Pochoir and hors text frontispiece illustrations in colors by Marty; original titled and illustrated wrapper bound in 3/4

Lot: 175 - Le Mariage De Loti By Pierre Loti

Le Mariage de Loti by Pierre Loti, Paris 1936, on velin a la forme; pp.230 with illustrations in colors by Jean Gabriel Domergue, nine hors text with tissue guards, blank on the verso, colored by Pochoir and signed in the plate by Domergue; original

Lot: 176 - A Voyage To The South Seas By William Bligh

A Voyage to the South Seas by William Bligh, Adelaide Limited Editions Club, 1975; one of one thousand copies designed by Douglas A. Dunstan with illustrations drawn by Geoffrey C. Ingleton; signed on the colophon by Dunstan and Ingleton; pp.150 in

Lot: 177 - The Rise Of Silas Lapham By William Dean Howells

The Rise of Silas Lapham by William Dean Howells, the Limited Editions Club, New York 1961; 965/1500, signed on the colophon page by the illustrator Mimi Korach; pp.385 with an introduction by Henry Steele Commager and text printed under the

Lot: 178 - Paul Wunderlich Lithographien 1959-1973

Paul Wunderlich Lithographien 1959-1973, Fribourg 1974; German text by Fritz J. Raddatz; D762/ D810 with three original lithographs in colors by Wunderlich, blank on the verso; Kleiner Mantel 1973, Torso 1973 and Mona Lisa 1973; pp.159 with fifty

Lot: 179 - Toi & Moi By Paul Geraldy

Toi & Moi by Paul Geraldy, Paris 1947; 2634/3000 on velin de lana with frontispiece and thirty-three color illustrations by Georges Lepape; one quarter leather with gilt title and raised bands on the spine, 6" x 7 3/4"

Lot: 180 - Max Weber By Alfred Werner

Max Weber by Alfred Werner, Harry N. Abrams, New York; A Catalogue of Weber's Works 1908-1961; pp.200 with 100 illustrations, 54 in full color, many full page; original titled cloth covered boards and original titled and illustrated dust jacket, 11

Lot: 181 - Natural History By Jules Renard

Natural History by Jules Renard, Cambridge, Massachusetts MCMLX; 598/600 signed on the colophon page by the illustrator Walter Stein and the editor Philip Hofer with original lithographs by Walter Stein, mounted, blank on the verso and offset

Lot: 182 - Le Livre De Leonor Fini With Collaboration By Jose

Le Livre de Leonor Fini with collaboration by Jose Alvarez, Paris 1975; catalogue of Fini's photographs, paintings and drawings; pp.246 illustrated throughout with reproductions of Fini's photographs, paintings and drawings, with descriptions, many

Lot: 183 - Overtime; The Jazz Photographs Of Milt Hinton

Overtime ; The Jazz Photographs of Milt Hinton, David G. Berger and Holly Maxson, San Francisco 1991; pp.164 with illustrations throughout; Lola C. Armstrong, Danny Barker, Count Basie, Louis Bellson, Chu Berry, Barney Bigard, Eubie Blake, Ray Brown,

Lot: 184 - Parallelement Chansons Pour Elle By Paul Verlaine

Parallelement Chansons Pour Elle by Paul Verlaine, Paris 1936; h, c, on verge de voiron; pp.169 with four hors text original erotic etchings in colors by Edouard Chimot, signed in the plate, blank on the verso; original titled and illustrated

Lot: 185 - The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas

The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, Limited Editions Club, Holland 1932; two volumes; pp.370 & 368 ; 397/1500 signed on the colophon page by the illustrator Pierre Falke; designed by A. A. M.Stols and printed by him at the Halcyon Press in

Lot: 186 - The Book Of Ballads

The Book of Ballads, edited by MacEdward Leach, Limited Editions Club, Mt. Vernon, New York 1967; designed by George Salter; 1417/1500 signed by Kredel on the colophon page; with thirty-six woodcut illustrations by Fritz Kredel, hand colored by

Lot: 187 - The Monk And The Hangman's Daughter

The Monk and the Hangman's Daughter, translated from the German of Richard Voss by Gustave Adolf Danger and adapted by Ambrose Beirce with introduction by Maurice Valency, Limited Editions Club, New York 1957; 313/1500 signed by Michel Ciry on the

Lot: 188 - Agam By Frank Popper

Agam by Frank Popper, Harry N. Abrams, New York 1980; signed by Agam on the first two blank pages; pp.402 with five hundred and thirty-five illustrations with descriptions, some full page, some in colors; list of plates, the artist's credo,

Lot: 189 - Ben Shahn By Bernarda Bryson Shahn

Ben Shahn by Bernarda Bryson Shahn, Harry N. Abrams, New York; a catalogue raisonne of Ben Shahn's works; 373 large pages; illustrated throughout with biographical outline selected bibliography; original titled boards and illustrated dust jacket, 14"

Lot: 190 - Frankenthaler By Barbara Rose

Frankenthaler by Barbara Rose, New York 1979; pp.274 with 209 full page illustrations with descriptions, reproducing works by Frankenthaler, fifty-four in colors; original titled and illustrated boards with protective glassine wrappers, 11 3/4" x 11"

Lot: 191 - Dawson Thirty Years By John Dawson

Dawson Thirty Years by John Dawson, Arizona 2004; 51/100 signed by Dawson; pp.112 with 109 illustrations of Dawson's works in colors, many full page; blue cloth covered gilt titled boards; with four etchings by Dawson, each signed and titled by

Lot: 192 - Maryan Personnages

Maryan Personnages, Galerie de France, Paris 1960, for the Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, number 413/2500, two color lithographs, and an inserted brochure with lithograph, 9 1/2" x 12 1/4"

Lot: 193 - Selection Vi Marc Chagall

Selection VI Marc Chagall, chronique de la vie Artistique Anvers 1929; pp.152; hors text and in text illustrations of works by Chagall; eighty-seven full page plates of Chagall's works; original titled wrappers, 7 1/2" x 10 1/4"

Lot: 194 - Life And Letters Of Joseph Pennell By Elizabeth

Life and Letters of Joseph Pennell by Elizabeth Robins Pennell, Boston 1929; limited edition; two volumes; one of 265 copies signed on the colophon page by Elizabeth Robins Pennell; volume one pp.349 with illustrations throughout in black and white

Lot: 195 - The First Night Gilbert And Sullivan

The First Night Gilbert and Sullivan, Limited Editions Club, 1958; 200/1500; pp.465 illustrated with contemporary drawings; original gilt titled cloth and decorated boards; plus facsimiles of the first night programmes in titled box; all in gilt

Lot: 196 - Chagall At The Met By Emily Genauer

Chagall at the Met by Emily Genauer, Metropolitan Opera Association Inc, New York 1971; pp.153 with fifty-one illustrations in colors, most full page, sixteen double page; original gilt titled boards and original titled and illustrated dust jacket,

Lot: 197 - The Art Of Walt Disney By Robert D Field

The Art of Walt Disney by Robert D. Field, New York 1942; pp.290 with illustrations throughout, fifty-nine full page, some in colors, blank on the verso; original titled cloth covered boards, 8 1/2" x 11 1/4"

Lot: 198 - Leonor Fini By Constantin Jelenski

Leonor Fini by Constantin Jelenski, New York 1968; first English Edition; pp.173 with one hundred and five erotic tipped in illustrations, fifty-four in full color plus eight full page black and white photographs; original illustrated boards;

Lot: 199 - Le Cantique De Laile La Derniere Nuit De Don Juan

Le Cantique de Laile la Derniere Nuit de Don Juan by Edmond Rostand, Paris 1905; pp.216 with hors text and in text illustrations by Raymond Woog, Manuel Orazi, George Barbier, Brunelleschi, Pastre and Gaumet; original gilt titled and decorated boards

Lot: 200 - Cahiers D'Art 3 Annee 1930 Nos 8-9

Cahiers D'Art 3 annee 1930 Nos 8-9; pp.107 ; l'afrique by Leo Frobenius and Henri Breuil with illustrations throughout; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 201 - Cahiers D'Art 6E Annee 1931 9-10

Cahiers D'Art 6e annee 1931 9-10; 71 pages with articles on and illustrating works by Cezanne, Hans Arp, Andre Beaudin, Francisco Bores, Ghika, Max Ernst, Jean Lurcat, Andre Masson, Joan Miro, Fernad Leger and others; original titled couverture, 9

Lot: 202 - Cahiers D'Art Quatrieme Annee No 10

Cahiers D'Art quatrieme annee no 10; 55 pages with articles on and illustrating works by Matisse, Braque, Juan Gris, Leger and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 203 - Cahiers D'Art 9E Annee 1934 5-8

Cahiers D'Art 9e annee 1934 5-8; 91 pages with articles on and illustrating works by Van Gogh, Cezanne, Renoir, Courbet, Corot, Gauguin, Degas, Toulouse Lautrec, Kandinsky, including portrait of Kandinsky by Florence Hanri, Max Ernst, Paul Klee,

Lot: 204 - Cahiers D'Art Paris 1954 No II

Cahiers D'Art Paris 1954 No II; pp.154; Fernand Leger la Grande Parade with two pages of illustrations with descriptions; la vie fait l'oeuvre de Fernand Leger with thirty-one illustrations with descriptions, some full page, five full page in colors,

Lot: 205 - Cahiers D'Art 7 Annee 1932 Nos 8-10

Cahiers D'Art 7 annee 1932 Nos 8-10; pp. 91 with articles on and illustrations by Manet, Goya, Giacometti, Man Ray, Picasso, Braque and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 206 - Cahiers D'Art 10 Annee 1935 Nos 1-4

Cahiers D'Art 10 annee 1935 Nos 1-4; pp.96 with articles on and illustrations by Matisse, Braque, Mondrian, Gonzalez, Chagall, Laurens, Kandinsky, Leger, Jacques Lipchitz and others; original titled coverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 207 - Cahiers D'Art 3E Annee 1930 No 4

Cahiers D'Art 3e annee 1930 No 4; 55 pages with articles on and illustrating works by Bores, Beaudin, Laurens, Corot, Le Corbusier, Delacroix and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 208 - Cahiers D'Art 7E Annee 1932 6-7

Cahiers D'Art 7e annee 1932 6-7; 79 pages with articles on and illustrating works by Matisse, Masson, Jacques Lipchitz, Leger, Grosz, Kurt Seligman and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 209 - Cahiers D'Art 9E Annee 1934 9-10

Cahiers D'Art 9e annee 1934 9-10; 57 pages with articles on and illustrating works by Mondrian, Picasso, Seurat and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 210 - Cahiers D'Art 1938 1-2

Cahiers D'Art 1938 1-2; 68 pages with articles on and illustrating works by Beckmann, Kirchner, Nolde, Kokoschka, Franz Marc, Paul Klee, Feininger, Hartung, Henri Moore and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 211 - Cahiers D'Art 9E Annee 1934 Nos 5-8

Cahiers D'Art 9e annee 1934 Nos 5-8; pp.91 with articles on and illustrations by Cezanne, Van Gogh, Corot, Renoir, Gauguin, Degas, Toulouse Lautrec, Kandinsky, Ernst, Klee, Arp, Magnelli and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 212 - Cahiers D'Art 7E Annee 1-2

Cahiers D'Art 7e annee 1-2; 84 pages with articles on and illustrating works by Braque, Corot, Cezanne, Renoir, Degas, Seurart, Toulouse Lautrec, Henri Laurens, Georges Renault and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 213 - Cahiers D'Art 10E Annee 1935 1-4

Cahiers D'art 10e annee 1935 1-4; 96 pages with articles on and illustrating works by Braque, Henri-Matisse, Giacometti, Gonzalez, Chagall, Kandinsky, Lipchitz, Henri Laurens and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 214 - De L'Influence Des Passions Sur Le Bonheur Des

De L'Influence Des Passions Sur Le Bonheur Des Individus et Des Nations by Madame de Stael, Paris 1948; Exemplaire No 10 imprime pour Madame Georges Merzbach; pp. 211 with one preface original de la comtesse Jean de Pange; original titled wrappers

Lot: 215 - Le Cinq Plaisirs De L'Homme Cultive By Pierre

Le Cinq Plaisirs de L'Homme Cultive by Pierre Benoit; pp.80 with in text illustrations by Marcel Vertes; in original titled and illustrated wrappers, 6 1/2" x 9 1/4"

Lot: 216 - Crime A San Francisco By Luc Durtain

Crime a San Francisco by Luc Durtain, Paris 1927; 322/650 on velin lafuma; pp.88 with eight hors text original lithographs by Georges Annenkof, blank on the verso; original titled wrappers, 6 1/2" x 8 1/2"

Lot: 217 - Ira Moskowitz

Ira Moskowitz, Maryland 1975; Catalogue Raisonne of His Graphics 1929-1975 {1-418} each illustrated; with a signed and numbered color lithograph 104/125 by Moskowitz; pp.128; original gilt titled boards, 7 1/2" x 10 1/4"

Lot: 218 - Le Ballet By Boris Kochno

Le Ballet by Boris Kochno, Paris 1954; pp.380 with eighteen tipped in plates, three by Picasso, one each by Matisse and Miro and more than 400 illustrations and two page facsimile score by Stravinsky with notes and changes; in original titled red

Lot: 219 - Homage To Henri Matisse

Homage to Henri Matisse; Tudor Publishing Co., New York 1970, with an original linoleum engraving by Matisse; original titled boards and original titled and illustrated dust jacket, 10" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 220 - On Ne Badine Pas Avec L'Amour By Alfred De Musset

On Ne Badine Pas Avec L'amour by Alfred de Musset, Paris MCMXX; example No 1147; pp.188 with original woodcuts by George Barbier including full page hors text frontispiece, signed and dated by Barbier; original titled wrappers, 6" x 8"

Lot: 221 - Etchings And Lithographs Of American Ships By

Etchings and Lithographs of American Ships by George C. Wales, Boston 1927; first edition; one of 500 copies; pp.135 with an original signed frontispiece lithograph "winged racer" by Wales with tissue guard; illustrated throughout with titles and

Lot: 222 - Crime & Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky

Crime & Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky, the Limited Editions Club, New York 1948; two volumes; 1069/1500 signed on the colophon by the illustrator Fritz Eichenberg; pp. 629 with wood engravings by Eichenberg, hors text, blank on the verso and in

Lot: 223 - Taos : A Painter's Dream By Patricia Janis Broder

Taos: A Painter's Dream by Patricia Janis Broder, New York Graphic Society, New York 1980; pp.321 with three hundred and fifteen illustrations with descriptions, sixty in colors, most full page; including chronology, chapter notes, general biography,

Lot: 224 - Poems By Robert Graves

Poems by Robert Graves, the Limited Editions Club, New York 1980; 1547/2000 signed on the colophon page by the typographer Freeman Keith and the illustrator Paul Hogarth; pp.144 with double page hors text illustrations in colors by Paul Hogarth,

Lot: 225 - Film Posters Of The Russian Avant Garde By Susan

Film Posters of the Russian Avant Garde by Susan Pack, Germany 1995; pp.319 with full page illustrations, most in colors, with descriptions, including those by Stenberg, Mikhail Dlugach, Oktyabr, Belsky, Levinsky and others; artists' biographies,

Lot: 226 - Chagall Posters: A Catalog Raisonne

Chagall Posters: A Catalog Raisonne, New York 1975; pp.146 illustrating sixty posters in colors with full descriptions 1950-1975 {1 - 60}; with preface by Jean Adhemar and introduction by Charles Sorlier; original blue cloth titled boards and

Lot: 227 - XXe Century Art No 35

XXe Century Art No 35, Paris 1970 with original color lithographs by Marino Marini and D'Anna Eva Bergman; original titled and illustrated boards by Man Ray, signed in the plate and titled and illustrated dust jacket by Man Ray, signed in the plate

Lot: 228 - Minaux Lithographer 1948-1973 By Charles Sorlier

Minaux Lithographer 1948-1973 by Charles Sorlier, New York and Paris 1974, with introduction by Fernand Mourlot; pp.207 with six original lithographs in colors by Minaux; printed by Mourlot Paris, blank on the verso and three hundred and fifteen

Lot: 229 - Volpone Or The Fox, A Comedy By Ben Jonson

Volpone or the Fox, A Comedy by Ben Jonson, the Limited Editions Club, Oxford 1952, with an introduction by Louis Kronenberger; 916/1500 signed on the colophon page by the illustrator Rene Ben Sussan; pp.163 on paper made by William Nash Limited; the

Lot: 230 - Aphrodite By Pierre Louys

Aphrodite by Pierre Louys, privately printed 1926 ; 472/650 with ten erotic etchings in colors by Clara Tice; pp.205 with top of all pages in gilt; original publisher's gilt titled half crimson gilt with marbled sides, 6 3/4" x 9 1/2"

Lot: 231 - Woman And Puppet, A Spanish Romance By Pierre

Woman and Puppet, A Spanish Romance by Pierre Louys; n647/1250 privately printed in the United States of America for the Pierre Louys Society 1927, with captioned hors text erotic plates in colors by Clara Tice, blank on the verso with tissue guards;

Lot: 232 - Mademoiselle De Maupin By Theophile Gautier

Mademoiselle De Maupin by Theophile Gautier, privately printed for the Pierre Louys Society in the United States of America 1927; 1202/1250 with twelve full page hors text erotic color illustrations by Clara Tice with captioned tissue guards, blank

Lot: 233 - Museum Of Modern Art New York

Duseum of Modern Art New York; the History and the Collection with introduction by Sam Hunter, New York 1984; pp.599 with 1070 illustrations, 319 in colors, some full page and photograph credits, index; original titled and illustrated boards and

Lot: 234 - Hans Erni By Claude Roy

Hans Erni by Claude Roy, Zurich 1964; pp.168; Monograph of the Swiss painter Erni, reproducing his photographs, drawings and paintings, most erotic, some full page in colors, including four original color lithographs, two double page, blank on the

Lot: 235 - Trova By Andrew Kagan

Trova by Andrew Kagan, Harry N. Abrams, New York 1987; pp.390 with 292 illustrations, 238 in colors, many full page of the definitive work of Ernest Trova, a Master of the 20th Century Sculpture, demonstrating the continuity in Trova's art over 40

Lot: 236 - Caricatures By Arts Et Metiers Graphiques

Caricatures by Arts et Metiers Graphiques, Paris 1932; pp.149 with full page plates in colors illustrating the works of Daumier, Desegonzac, Rowlandson, including caricature plates by Rowlandson, Dessin de Apa, Dessin de Daumier, Dessin de Segonzac

Lot: 237 - Vingt Contes De Boccace

Vingt Contes de Boccace with translation by Antoine Le Macon, Paris 1940; 1070/3000 on velin papeteries de navarre with sixteen hors text erotic illustrations by Brunelleschi, colored by Pochoir, blank on the verso and nineteen in text drawings by

Lot: 238 - Woman A Satire From The Latin Of Juvenal

Woman A Satire from the Latin of Juvenal, Casanova; 328/500 with an introduction by F. A. Wright and eight hors text collotype full page erotic plates by R. B. Brook-Greaves with titled tissue guards, blank on the verso; pp.132 with title printed in

Lot: 239 - America And Alfred Stieglitz

America and Alfred Stieglitz, A Collective Portrait, New York 1934; edited by Waldo Frank * Lewis Mumford * Dorothy Norman * Paul Rosenfeld & Harold Rugg; pp. 339 with 120 titled illustrations by Stieglitz, Picasso, O'Keeffe, Steichen, Abraham

Lot: 240 - Hirschfeld's World By Al Hirschfeld

Hirschfeld's World by Al Hirschfeld, New York 1981, with an introduction by Lloyd Goodrich; pp.160 with one hundred and forty one full page plates of the works of Hirschfeld, including those signed by James Coco, Tom Courtney, Jim Dale and Sandy

Lot: 241 - The New York Pop-Up Book

The New York Pop-Up Book, Rizzoli Intl., Universe, New York 1999; with miniature facsimiles, historic resources, artistic inspiration and literary insight; a complete New York experience from Hirschfeld's guys and dolls pop-up to Central Park

Lot: 242 - The Twilight Of The Nymphs By Pierre Louys

The Twilight of the Nymphs by Pierre Louys, privately printed in the U.S.A. for the Pierre Louys Society 1927; 1192/1250 with frontispiece and twenty-seven hors text erotic plates, monochrome and color by Clara Tice, signed in the plate by Tice,

Lot: 243 - The Romance Of Perfume By Richard Le Gallienne

The Romance of Perfume by Richard le Gallienne, New York & Paris 1928; pp.46 with eight full page titled drawings in colors by George Barbier, blank on the verso and at 20 Rue De La Paix illustrated booklet in a flap at the rear; illustrated

Lot: 244 - The Turn Of The Screw By Henry James

The Turn of the Screw by Henry James, the Limited Editions Club, Los Angeles 1949; 965/1500; pp.145 with drawings by Mariette Lydis; original gilt titled decorated boards, 7 3/4" x 11 1/2"

Lot: 245 - Marguerite De Valois By Alexandre Dumas

Marguerite De Valois by Alexandre Dumas with an introduction by Henri Peyre, Limited Editions Club, New York 1969; 1221/1500 signed on the colophon page by the illustrator Edy Legrand; pp.337; the drawings by Legrand, blank on the verso, printed by

Lot: 246 - Leon Bakst : Set And Costume Designs Book

Leon Bakst: Set and Costume Designs Book Illustrations Paintings and Graphic Works, Aurora Art Publishers, Leningrad 1986; with 181 full page illustrations with descriptions, many in colors; Leon Bakst A Chronology 1866-1925; list of exhibitions; one

Lot: 247 - Leonor Fini By Jean-Claude Dedieu

Leonor Fini by Jean-Claude Dedieu, Paris 1978, with seventy-six full page illustrations of works by Fini, twenty-two double page; original cloth covered boards and original titled and illustrated dust jacket, 11 1/4" x 15"

Lot: 248 - Nathan Altman By Mark Etkind

Nathan Altman by Mark Etkind, Dresden 1984; pp.243 with illustrations throughout, some full page in colors; original titled boards and titled and illustrated dust jacket, 9 1/2" x 11"

Lot: 249 - The Moonstone By Wilkie Collins

The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins with an introduction by Vincent Starrett, Limited Editions Club, New York 1959; 946/1500 signed on the colophon page by the illustrator Andre Dignimont; pp.465 with hors text illustrations by Dignimont, blank on the

Lot: 250 - American Notes By Charles Dickens

American Notes by Charles Dickens with an introduction by Angus Wilson, Limited Editions Club, Connecticut 1975; limited to 2000 copies; signed on the colophon page by Raymond F. Houlihan who illustrated the book with full page titled reproductions

Lot: 251 - Contes By La Fontaine

Contes by La Fontaine, Editions Nilsson, Paris 1929; pp.234 collection of erotic tales and tipped in titled color plates by Maggy Monier, signed in the plate; plain wrappers, 7" x 9 1/4"

Lot: 252 - Pierre-Yves Tremois By Henry De Montherlant And

Pierre-Yves Tremois by Henry de Montherlant and Jean Rostand, Paris 1971; pp.128 with 152 illustrations of works by Tremois reproducing engravings and monotypes with descriptions; original titled boards and titled and illustrated dust jacket, 11 1/2"

Lot: 253 - Ramses Filmbilder Album 1

Ramses Filmbilder Album 1, circa 1930's with two hundred and forty paste down photographic cards of famous actors and actresses, including Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Ramon Navarro, Jeanette MacDonald, Norma Shearer, Maurice Chevalier, Clark

Lot: 254 - Theatre In Revolution : Russian Avant-Garde Stage

Theatre in Revolution: Russian Avant-Garde Stage Design 1913-1935 by Nancy Van Norman Baer, New York 1991; pp.207 with index and exhibition checklist, articles by nine contributors and illustrations in colors and black and white; published to

Lot: 255 - Verve: The Ultimate Review Of Art And Literature {

Verve: The Ultimate Review of Art and Literature {1937-1960} by Michel Anthonioz, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, New York 1988; pp.397; the definitive catalogue of the verve review from volume 1 No 1 Winter 1937 to numbers 437/38 Summer 1960 with

Lot: 256 - Harry Jackson Forty Years Of His Work 1941-81

Harry Jackson Forty Years of His Work 1941-81 with texts by John Walker, Gene Thornton, Larry Pointer and Donald Goddard, Lee Myers, Harry Jackson, New York 1981 ; pp.108 with frontispiece portrait and fifty full page illustrations with descriptions,

Lot: 257 - Idylls Of The King By Alfred Lord Tennyson

Idylls of The King by Alfred Lord Tennyson, Limited Editions Club, New York 1952; 1488/1500 signed on the colophon page by the illustrator Lynd Ward; pp.284 with color lithographs drawn on the plates by Lynd Ward; original gilt titled sheepskin and

Lot: 258 - Cahiers D'Art 6 Annee 1931 Nos 7-8

Cahiers D'Art 6 annee 1931 Nos 7-8; pp.67 with articles on and illustrations by Picasso, Miro, Kandinsky and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 259 - Cahiers D'Art Quatrieme Annee 1929 No 4

Cahiers D'Art quatrieme annee 1929 No 4; pp.53 with articles on and illustrations by Dufy, Leger and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 260 - Cahiers D'Art 5E Annee 1930 No 2

Cahiers D'Art 5e annee 1930 No 2; pp.45 with articles on and illustrations by Picasso, Miro, Chagall and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 261 - Cahiers D'Art 6E Annee 1931 No 1

Cahiers D'Art 6e annee 1931 No 1; pp.60 with articles on and illustrations by Derain, Chagall, Cezanne, Leger, Matisse, Picasso, Toulouse Lautrec, Van Gogh, Braque and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 262 - Cahiers D'Art 8E Annee 1933 Nos 5-6

Cahiers D'Art 8e annee 1933 Nos 5-6; with articles on and illustrations by Gris, Ernst and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 263 - Cahiers D'Art October 1926 No 8

Cahiers D'Art October 1926 No 8; with articles on and illustrations by Derain, Lurcat, Tanguy, Miro, Gris and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 264 - Cahiers D'Art Quatrieme 1929 No 5

Cahiers D'Art quatrieme 1929 No 5; pp.55 with articles on and illustrations by Matisse, Lurvat, Chagall and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 265 - Cahiers D'Art Quatrieme Annee 1929 No 7

Cahiers D'Art quatrieme annee 1929 No 7; pp.63 with articles on and illustrations by Matisse, Kandinsky and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 266 - Cahiers D'Art 5E Annee 1930 No 3

Cahiers D'Art 5e annee 1930 No 3; pp.55 with articles on and illustrations by Matisse, Derain, Renoir, Beaudin and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 267 - Cahiers D'Art 5E Annee 1930 No 5

Cahiers D'Art 5e annee 1930 No 5; pp.55 with articles on and illustrations by Picasso, Manet, Van Gogh, Seurat, Gauguin, Matisse and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 268 - Cahiers D'Art 5E Annee 1930 No 10

Cahiers D'Art 5e annee 1930 No 10 ; pp.55 with articles on and illustrations by Picasso, Masson and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 269 - Cahiers D'Art 6E Annee 1931 No 2

Cahiers D'Art 6e annee 1931 No 2; pp.55 with articles on and illustrations by Picasso, Laurens, Braque, Gris, Masson, Bores and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 270 - Cahiers D'Art 6E Annee 1931 No 3

Cahiers D'Art 6e annee 1931 No 3; pp.56 with articles on and illustrations by Daumier, Corot, Manet, Renoir, Picasso, Marcoussis, Leger and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 271 - Cahiers D'Art 6E Annee 1931 No 4

Cahiers D'Art 6e annee 1931 No 4; pp.55 with articles on and illustrations by Cezanne, Renoir, Roux and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 272 - Cahiers D'Art 11E Annee 1936 Nos 6-7

Cahiers D'Art 11e annee 1936 Nos 6-7; with articles on and illustrations by Gonzalez, Ernst and others; original titled couverture, 9 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Lot: 273 - 13 Volumes History of Egypt, Chaldea, Syria,

13 Volumes History of Egypt, Chaldea, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria, The Grolier Society, London, illustrated, 1/2 bound gilt leather and marbled boards, TEG with deckle edge, ca. 1903, ex Libris bookplate in all thirteen volumes

Lot: 274 - The Life of Charles Dickens 3 volume set

The Life of Charles Dickens 3 volume set, by John Forster, Chapman and Hall, 193, Piccadilly, London, 1/2 bound gilt leather and marbled boards, TEG, 1872, ex-Libris bookplates in all three volumes

Lot: 275 - Dickens' Children

Dickens' Children, Charles Scribners Sons, New York, illustrated by Jessie Willcox Smith, cloth bound, TEG, 1912, sold with brass "Charles Dickens 1812-1870" medallion, pencil inscription on first blank leaf of book

Lot: 276 - Collection of 22 late 19th C. 1/2 leather bound

Collection of 22 late 19th C. 1/2 leather bound novels with marbled boards, D. Appleton and Company, Appleton's Town and Country Library, TEG, ex-Libris bookplates in all volumes

Lot: 277 - Fifteen volumes of Bulwers Works

Fifteen volumes of Bulwer's Works, Dana Estes & Company, Boston, The Bookcover Press, New York, illustrated Sterling Edition, 1/2 leather bound with marbled boards, late 19th C.

Lot: 278 - Eight volumes of Victor Hugo's Works

Eight volumes of Victor Hugo's Works, Dana Estes & Company, Boston, illustrated, 1/2 leather bound with marbled boards, late 19th C., ex-Libris bookplates in all volumes

Lot: 279 - Uncle Tom's Cabin and Two Plays

Uncle Tom's Cabin and Two Plays, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Anton Chekhov, two volumes, Easton Press, illustrated, gilt leather, AEG, 1979 and 1977

Lot: 280 - The Scarlet Letter and Gulliver's Travels

The Scarlet Letter and Gulliver's Travels, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Jonathan Swift, two volumes, Easton Press, illustrated, gilt leather, AEG, 1975 and 1976

Lot: 281 - The Arabian Nights and Vanity Fair

The Arabian Nights and Vanity Fair, translated by Sir Richard Burton, and William Makepeace Thackeray, two volumes, Easton Press, illustrated, gilt leather, 1981 and 1979

Lot: 282 - Walden and The Auto-biography of Benjamin Franklin

Walden and The Auto-biography of Benjamin Franklin, Henry David Thoreau, two volumes, Easton Press, illustrated, gilt leather bound, 1981 and 1976

Lot: 283 - Madame Bovary and The Decameron

Madame Bovary and The Decameron, Gustave Flaubert and John Boccaccio, two volumes, Easton Press, illustrated, gilt leather bound, 1978 and 1980

Lot: 284 - Big Game Hunting in Central and Southern Europe

Big Game Hunting in Central and Southern Europe by Valentin De Madariaga, Amwell Press Inc., 1981, National Sporting Fraternity, illustrated, gilt leather bound with slipcase, AEG, Limited Edition of five hundred copies, this is copy No. 303, signed

Lot: 285 - Big Game Hunting in Central and Southern Europe

Big Game Hunting in Central and Southern Europe by Valentin De Madariaga, Amwell Press Inc., 1981, National Sporting Fraternity, illustrated, gilt leather bound with slipcase, AEG, Limited Edition of five hundred copies, this is copy No. 39, signed

Lot: 286 - Three books on Game

Three books on Game, includes The Formidable Game by John H. Barren, cloth with slipcase, illustrated, 1989, Hunting on Big Game Trails by Tory Taylor, gilt leather and AEG, limited edition #862 of 1,000, signed by Tory Taylor and Jim Rikhoff,

Lot: 287 - Tales of Woods and Waters and Alaskan Days Mexican

Tales of Woods and Waters and Alaskan Days Mexican Nights, two books, Tales of Woods and Waters, Amwell Press, illustrated, gilt leather bound, slipcase, 1989, and Alaskan Days Mexican Nights, Amwell Press, illustrated gilt cloth bound, slipcase,

Lot: 288 - Four gilt leather bound books

Four Gilt leather bound books, Amwell Press, illustrated, all with slipcases, includes 1.) Uganda Safaris, Limited Edition #743 of 1000, signed Brian Herne and Jim Rikhoff, 2.) Sourdough and Sawhill, Limited Edition #863 of 1000, signed by Bud

Lot: 289 - Three gilt leather bound books

Three gilt leather bound books, Amwell Press, illustrated, all with slipcases, includes 1.) Uganda Safaris, Limited Edition #742 of 1000, signed Brian Herne & James Rikhoff, 2.) First Wheel, Limited Edition #323 of 1000, signed by Bunny Allen and

Lot: 290 - Three gilt leather bound books

Three gilt leather bound books, Amwell Press, all with slipcases, illustrated, includes 1.) Moss, Mallards and Mules, Limited Edition #170 of 1000, signed by Bob Brister and Jim Rikhoff, 1990, 2.) China Safari, Limited Edition #534 of 1000, signed by

Lot: 291 - Three gilt leather bound books

Three gilt leather bound books, Amwell Press, illustrated, all with slipcases, includes 1.) A White Hunter's Life, Limited Edition #323 of 1000, signed by Angus MacLagan and Jim Rikhoff, 2.) Desert Safaris, Limited Edition #873 of 1000, signed by

Lot: 292 - Three gilt leather bound books

Three gilt leather bound books, Amwell Press, illustrated, all with slipcases, includes 1.) The History of Winchester Firearms 1866-1975, Limited Edition #170 of 1000, signed by Thomas E. Hall and James C. Rikhoff (twice), 1975, 2.) Waterfowl

Lot: 293 - Four gilt leather and gilt cloth bound books

Four gilt leather and gilt cloth bound books, Amwell Press, illustrated, all with slipcases, includes 1.) Skyline Pursuits by John H. Barren, 1989, 2.) The East African Hunters, Limited Edition #743 of 1000, signed by Anthony Dyer and James Rikhoff,




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