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Auctioneer William Bunch Auctions and Appraisals 610-558-1800
Auction Date Jul 23 Auction
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Chadds Ford, PA
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1 [Slavery] Manumate Petition by William McKennan to set free a 28-year-old slave woman and her four children, dated 27 June 1797, McKennan (1758-1810) served as an officer in a Delaware regiment from 1776 to the close of the war and was a member of the Delaware legislature, he died from wounds he received at the Battle of Brandywine and had endured the dreaded winter at Valley Forge, in excellent condition, framed size 7-1/2" x 9-1/2" $200 $300
2 [Penn's Holdings] Land transfer agreement dated 1761 and made between the executors of the estate of James Maxwell and Dr George Bines, who purchased Maxwell's farm for 200 pounds, the land was owned by William Penn until 1688 when he transferred it to Philip Davies, and the contract traces ownership of the 114 acres in Newcastle, DE, from that time, 15-1/4" x 25-1/2", framed size 19-1/2" x 30" $500 $700
3 Silk lithographed panel, ca 1870, used for holding the open Bible during the annual Royal Orange Institution Parade celebrating the victory of the Protestants over the Catholics in 1688 and 1690, printed in navy blue on an orange background with crowned seal of the Royal Orange Order in the center and an inscribed banner above; in the corners are another crowned seal of the Orange Order, a crowned harp, a thistle and a rose; names of four battles in which the English defeated the Irish catholics in Northern Ireland in 1688 and 1690 on each side  80 120
4 (2) Judaica tourist books "Flowers from the Holy Land", both with oblong boards of thick varnished and painted wood, one ca 1910 with 9 color halftone plates with captions in English, French, German and Hebrew and 8 pressed plant specimens, the second ca 1940 with 11 black and white halftone plates captioned in English and 10 pressed plant specimens, cords broken in both spines but otherwise sound and in good condition 100 200
5 [Manuscript] Poulain, Herve, L'Art et L'Automobile, (Milan, Les Clefs du Temps 1973), First edition, inscribed by the author, in fine original condition, offered with the authorial manuscript of the same book, Poulain was a French racecar driver best known for his BMW Art Car Project in which he commissioned artists to paint works on new automobiles $100 $200
6 [Scrapbooks] Two scrapbooks containing hundreds of engraved and lithographed plates, portraits, handwritten notes, cards, plant specimens, and drawings 100 200
7 [Quakers] Quaker Marriage Certificate dated 23 March 1833 for the union of John Richards and Phebe Thompson at New Garden in Chester, PA, the document was signed by all 56 congregants present at the ceremony during the society's monthly meeting, the couple went on to have two children, Elizabeth and Isaac 100 200
8 World War I & II Ephemera: Illustrated poster advertisement for Liberty Loans, ca 1918 (17" x 14"), album containing international correspondence, receipts, privately circulated newsletters and invitations, unsigned lithograph of Woodrow Wilson, black and white photograph of Army Infantry Division RTC 227D ca 1943, 32 letters among 1st Lt. Hirsch Katz and his family (Lt. Katz was a WW2 B-52 pilot from Philadelphia who was killed in action), a souvenir textile wall hanging from Yakima, Washington $80 $160
9 19th-century secret box made from (2) 18th-century books, the internal compartment containing (2) boutonniers $40 $80
10 Farrere, Claude, "Thomas l'Agnelet Gentilhomme de fortune", Paris: Editions Mornay 1928, illustrated by Pierre Noel, all illustrations completed in fine contemporary hand color, numbered 539 of an edition of 1000, in fine contemporary full red morocco with green satin doublures and endleaves, in a matching slipcase $200 $400
11 Hillemacher, Frederic, "Theatre de Jean Recine", Paris: Librairie des Bibliophiles 1873, 4 vols, illustrated with etchings by Ernest Hillemacher, full Jansenist green morocco 200 300
12 Merimee, Prosper, "Carmen", Paris: L'Estampe Moderne 1928, #213 of a limited edition of 500 copies, illustrated with 15 full-page color pochoir plates, printed on thick paper with artificial deckled edges, in pristine original condition, unopened, in a contemporary protective case 400 600
13 [Indenture] Manuscript indenture dated November 7, 1856, dividing the estate of the late William Pritchard of Hereford, England, among his heirs, in excellent condition, retains the wax seals and randomly cut edge at the top, 22-3/4" h, 29-3/4" w, framed size 34" x 39-1/2" 100 200
14 Swift, Jonathan, "A Tale of a Tub", London: Plummer and Brewis for Thomas Tegg 1811, illustrated with (7) hand-colored etched satirical plates, largely regarded as Swift's most successful satire, this treatise explores the morality of the English, the first edition was published in 1704, contemporary gilt-ruled mottled calf, rear cover detached, front cover nearly detached, damage to spine 120 200
15 [EROTICA] (9) titles, including Kirstel, M Richard "Pas de Deux" New York: Grove Press 1969 first edition with dust jacket (wear to crown of spine), Guild, Hogarth "The Kama Sutra: Photo-Illustrated" Los Angeles: The Hogarth Guild 1970 in dust jacket, "The Amorous Drawings of the Marquis von Bayros" New York: Cythera Press 1968 first edition, lacking dust jacket, Kronhausen, Drs Phyllis and Eberhard "Erotic Art: A Survey of Erotic Fact and Fancy in the Fine Arts" New York: Grove Press 1968 first edition in dust jacket, Harkel, Robert "The Picture Book of Sexual Love" New York: Cybertype Corp 1969 in dust jacket, Tabori, Paul "A Pictorial History of Love" London: Spring Books 1966 first edition in dust jacket (damage to crown of spine), "Sixty Erotic Engravings from Juliette" New York: Grove Press 1969, Ovid "L'Art D'Aimer" Paris: A L'Enseigne du Pot Casse 1946, Ungerer, Tomi "Fornicon" New York: Grove Press 1969 first trade edition in dust jacket 400 600
16 Pope, Alexander "The Poetical Works" Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis 1773, 4 vols in 12mo, each with an etched and engraved frontispiece, contemporary brown sheep with gilt spines and red morocco labels, an early edition of his gathered works, manuscript ownership inscriptions of Mary Syme on each title, in good condition 200 400
17 Thomson, James "Poems" Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis 1774 & "Liberty" Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis 1774, both vols in 12mo, contemporary brown sheep with gilt spines and red morocco labels, manuscript ownership inscriptions of Mary Syme on each title, in good condition 100 200
18 Milton, John "Works" and "Poems" Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis 1771, 4 vols in 12mo, a matched set with the first volume of "Works" and volumes 2-4 of "Poems", the "Works" volume in poor condition with cracked joints, chipped crown and base and scuffed panels, the other volumes sound but rubbed, contemporary brown sheep with gilt spines and morocco labels, manuscript ownership inscriptions on each title 40 80
19 Pope, Alexander "Odyssey of Homer" Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis 1772, 3 vols in 12mo, contemporary brown sheep with gilt spines and red morocco labels, manuscript ownership inscriptions of Mary Syme on each title, in good condition, offered with vols 1, 2, and 4 of Pope's "Iliad" Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis 1771, folding etched map in vol 1 (torn) 100 200
20 Dryden, John "Fables" Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis 1771, 2 vols in 12mo, and "The Works of Virgil" Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis 1769, 3 vols in 12mo with an etched frontispiece bust of Virgil in vol 1, all in contemporary brown sheep with gilt spines and red morocco labels, manuscript ownership inscriptions of Mary Syme on each title, in good condition, offered with vol 2 only of Dryden's "Poems" Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis 1770 12mo 200 400
21 First Edition: Aldrin, Buzz; Barnes, John "Encounter with Tiber" (Warner Books: 1996), signed by both authors, fine in wrappers 100 200
22 First Editions: Anderson, Poul "The Shield of Time" (TOR Books: 1990) [fine in wrappers], "Harvest of Stars" (TOR Books: 1993) [Signed, fine in wrappers], "The Stars are Also Fire" (TOR Books: 1994) [very minor wear to dj], "Harvest the Fire" (TOR Books: 1995) [very minor wear to dj]  140 280
23 First Editions: Asimov, Isaac "The Bicentennial Man and Other Stories" (Doubleday: 1976) [fine in wrappers], "Robots and Empire" (Doubleday: 1985) [very minor wear to dj], "Forward the Foundation" (Doubleday: 1993) [2nd printing, fine in wrappers], "Prelude to Foundation" (Easton Press: 1988) [signed limited edition, fine] 200 400
24 The End of Eternity (Doubleday: 1955) [signed, dj worn, extremeties of boards worn] 300 500
25 First US Edition: Ballard, JG "The Crystal World" (Farrar, Straus, & Giroux: 1966) [wear to extremeties, dj intact] 200 300
26 Signed First Editions: Bear, Greg "Legacy (Prequel to Eon)" (TOR Books: 1995), "Eon" (Bluejay Books: 1985), "Eternity: The Sequel to Eon" (Warner Books: 1988) [all fine in wrappers] 200 400
27 Signed First Editions: Bear, Greg "The Forge of God" (TOR Books: 1987), "Anvil of Stars" (Warner Books: 1992) [both fine in wrappers] 200 300
28 Signed First Editions: Bear, Greg "Heads" (St Martin's Press: 1991) [fine in wrappers], "Slant (Queen of Angels)" (TOR Books: 1997) [fine in wrappers], "Queen of Angels" (Warner Books: 1990) [fine in wrappers], Signed First Editions: Bear, Greg "The Forge of God" (TOR Books: 1987), "Anvil of Stars" (Warner Books: 1992) [both fine in wrappers], "Moving Mars" (TOR Books: 1993) [one short slit in dj] 200 300
29 First Editions: Bear, Greg "Darwin's Children" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 2003), "Darwin's Radio" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 1999) [signed] [both fine in wrappers] 60 120
30 Signed First Editions: Bear, Greg "Foundation and Chaos" (Harper Prism: 1998) [fine in wrappers], "Dinosaur Summer" (Warner Books: 1998) [fine in wrappers], "Tangents" (Warner Books: 1998) [fine in wrappers], "The Serpent Mage" (Century Fantasy: 1986) [fine in wrappers], "Early Harvest" (Nasfa Press: 1988) [signed by author and artist, #153/225 limited edition signed and slipcased copies, the full edition limited to 800, small nick at crown of dj] 300 500
31 Signed First Editions: Benford, Gregory "The Stars in Shroud" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1978) [some damage to dj], "Cosm" (Avon: 1989) [fine in wrappers], "Artifact" (TOR Books: 1985) [fine in wrappers] 140 280
32 Signed First Editions: Benford, Gregory "In Alien Flesh" (TOR Books: 1986), "Jupiter Project" (Thomas Nelson, Inc: 1975), "The Art of the Comet" (Bantam Books: 1986) [co-authored with David Brin] [all fine in wrappers] 200 300
33 Signed First Editions: Benford, Gregory "Across the Sea of Suns" (Timescape Books: 1984) [minor wear to dj], "Furious Gulf" (Bantam: 1995) [minor wear to dj], "Great Sky River" (Bantam: 1987) [very minor wear to dj], "Tides of Light" (Bantam: 1989) [fine in wrappers] 200 400
34 First Editions: Bester, Alfred "Golem 100" (Simon and Schuster: 1980), "The Demolished Man" (Shasta Pub: 1953) [signed] [both fine in wrappers] 500 700
35 First Edition: Binder, Eando "Lords of Creation" (Prime Press: 1949) [one corner of dj gnawed] 80 160
36 First Editions: Bishop, Michael "The Secret Ascension" (TOR Books: 1987), "Unicorn Mountain" (Arbor House: 1988) [both fine in wrappers] 100 200
37 First Edition: Blish, James "Jack of Eagles" (Greenberg: 1952) [minor wear to dj] 200 400
38 First Editions: Bradley, Marion Zimmer "The Shadow Matrix" (DAW: 1997) [fine in wrappers], "Exile's Song" (DAW: 1996) [fine in wrappers], "Black Trillium" (Doubleday: 1990) [authored with Julian May and Andre Norton, signed by May, very minor wear to dj] 60 120
39 Signed True First Edition: Brin, David "The Postman" (Bantam Books: 1985) 500 700
40 Signed First Editions: Brin, David "Earth" (Bantam Books: 1990), "Glory Season" (Bantam Books: 1993), "The River of Time" (Dark Harvest: 1986) [all fine in wrappers] 140 280
41 Signed First Editions: Brin, David "The Uplift War" (Phantasia Press: 1987) [#402/475 limited edition bound and signed copies], "Startide Rising" (Phantasia Press: 1985), "Heaven's Reach" (Bantam Books: 1998), "Infinity's Shore" (Bantam Books: 1996), "Brightness Reef" (Bantam Books: 1995) [all fine in wrappers] 300 500
42 First Editions: Brunner, John "A Maze of Stars" (Del Rey: 1991) [fine in wrappers], "Stand on Zanzibar" (Doubleday: 1968) [very good +] 500 700
43 Signed First Editions: Bujold, Lois McMaster "Komarr: A Miles Vorksigan Adventure" (Baen: 1998), "Memory: A Miles Vorkosigan Adventure" (Baen: 1996), "Cetaganda: A Miles Vorkosigan Adventure" (Baen 1996), "Civil Campaign: A Miles Vorkosigan Adventure" (Baen 1999) [all fine in wrappers] 200 400
44 Signed First Editions: Bujold, Lois McMaster "The Spirit of the Ring" (Baen: 1992) [small scuffs at edges of dj], "Borders of Infinity" (Easton Press: 1989) [limited edition, fine], "Dreamweaver's Dilemma" (Nesfa Press: 1995) [ed Lewis Suford, #231/1200, fine in wrappers] 140 280
45 Signed First Editions: Butler, Octavia "Dawn" (Warner Books: 1987), "Imago" (Warner Books: 1989) [both fine in wrappers] 200 300
46 First Edition, 7th issue: Capote, Truman "In Cold Blood" (Random House: 1965) [slight wear to extremeties of dj, signature excised) 700 900
47 Signed First Editions: Card, Orson Scott "Ender's Game" (TOR Books: 1985) [first TOR edition], "Speaker for the Dead" (TOR Books: 1986), "Xenocide" (TOR Books: 1991) [first trade edition], "Children of the Mind" (TOR Books: 1996) [all fine in wrappers] 500 700
48 First Editions: Card, Orson Scott "Shadows in Flight" (TOR Books: 2012), "Treason" (St Martin's Press: 1988) [signed] [both fine in wrappers] 40 100
49 First Editions: Card, Orson Scott "Cardography" (Hypatia Press: 1987) [signed, #586/750 limited edition copies], "The Folk of the Fringe" (Phantasia Press: 1989) [both fine in wrappers] 100 200
50 First Editions: Card, Orson Scott "Seventh Son: The Tales of Alvin Maker I" (TOR Books: 1987) [signed], "Red Prophet: The Tales of Alvin Maker II" (TOR Books: 1988) [signed], "Alvin Journeyman: The Tales of Alvin Maker IV" (TOR Books: 1995) [all fine in wrappers 100 200
51 First Editions: Card, Orson Scott "The Memory of Earth (Homecoming I)" (TOR Books: 1992), "The Call of Earth (Homecoming II)" (TOR Books: 1993), "The Ships of Earth (Homecoming III)" (TOR Books: 1994), "Earthfall (Homecoming IV) [all fine in wrappers 60 120
52 First Edition: Chandler, A Bertram "The Rim of Space" (Avalon Books: 1961) [minor wear to dj] 100 200
53 First Editions: Cherryh, CJ "Rusalka" (Easton Press: 1989) [signed limited edition], "The Kif Strike Back" (Phantasia Press: 1985) [both fine 100 200
54 First Edition, 5th Issue: Clancy, Tom "The Hunt for Red October" (Naval Institute Press: 1984) [Price $14.95 stated on inside flap of DJ, 8 review blurbs, fine in wrappers] 500 700
55 First Editions: Clancy, Tom "Debt of Honor" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1994) [fine in wrappers], "Clear and Present Danger" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1989) [fine in wrappers], "Red Storm Rising" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1986 [4th printing, some wear to dj], "Without Remorse" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1993) [fine in wrappers], "The Sum of All Fears" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1993) [very minor wear to dj], "The Cardinal of the Kremlin" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1988) [some wear to dj], "Patriot Games" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1987) [fine in wrappers] 200 400
56 First Editions: Clarke, Arthur C "Tales from the 'White Hart'" (Del Rey: 1957) [price clipped from dj, some wear to dj], "The Songs of Distant Earth" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 1986) [fine in wrappers] 100 200
57 First Editions: Clarke, Arthur C "Beyond the Fall of Night" (Ace/Putnam: 1990) [co-authored with Gregory Benford, signed by Benford, fine in wrappers], "Rama Revealed" (Bantam Books: 1994) [co-authored with Gentry Lee, fine in wrappers], "Cradle" (Warner Books: 1988) [co-authored with Gentry Lee, fine in wrappers], "Rama II" (Bantam Books: 1989) [co-authored with Gentry Lee, very minor wear to dj] 100 200
58 First Editions: Farmer, Philip Jose "Dayworld Rebel" (Ace/Putnam: 1987) [signed, stains to inside flaps of dj], "The Unreasoning Mask" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1981) [short tear to dj], "Dayworld Breakup" (TOR Books: 1991) [fine in wrappers] 100 200
59 First Editions: Forward, Robert L "Starquake" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 1985), "Timemaster" (TOR Books: 1992) [ex-library] [both fine in wrappers] 40 80
60 Signed First Editions: Gibson, William "Count Zero" (Arbor House: 1986) [first US edition], "Mona Lisa Overdrive" (Victor Gollancz: 1988), "Neuromancer" (Phantasia Press: 1986) [first US edition, advance copy, #154, still in shrinkwrap] 1200 1500
61 Signed First Editions: Goonan, Kathleen Ann "The Bones of Time" (TOR Books: 1996), "Mississippi Blues" (TOR Books: 1997) [both fine in wrappers] 60 120
62 Signed First Editions: Haldeman, Joe "Tool of the Trade" (Wm Morrow & Co: 1987) [proof edition, uncorrected bound galleys], "Buying Time" (Easton Press: 1989) [limited edition] [both fine] 120 240
63 First Edition: Hamiton, Edmond "The Star Kings" (Fredrick Fell: 1949) [dj somewhat worn, a few stains inside) 200 400
64 Signed First Edition: Harrison, Harry "West of Eden" (Bantam Books: 1984) [fine in wrappers] 300 400
65 First Editions: (2) copies Heinlein, Robert A "The Cat Who Walks Through Walls" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1985), one being signed, #278 of a special edition of 350 specially bound copies [both fine] 200 300
66 First Editions: (2) copies Heinlein, Robert A "Job: A Comedy of Justice" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 1984), one being signed, #687 of a special edition of 750 specially bound copies [both fine] 200 300
67 3 First Editions: Heinlein, Robert A "The Fantasies of Robert A Heinlein" (TOR Books: 1999) [fine in wrappers], "To Sail Beyond the Sunset" (Ace/Putnam: 1987) [very minor wear to dj], "For Us, The Living" (Scribner: 2004) [fine in wrappers], "Orphans of the Sky" (Stealth Press: 2001) [modern fine press edition of the 1963 novel, still in original shrinkwrap] 40 80
68 First Editions: Herbert, Frank "God Emperor of Dune" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1981) [first edition, 8th printing, minor wear to dj], "Heretics of Dune" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1984) [first US edition, 2nd printing, fine in wrappers], "Chapterhouse: Dune" (GP Putnam's Sons: 1985) [fine in wrappers], "Mentats of Dune" (TOR Books: 2014) [co-authored with Kevin J Anderson, fine in wrappers], "The Road to Dune" (TOR Books: 2005) [authored with Brian Herbert and Kevin J Anderson, very minor wear to dj] 200 400
69 First Editions: Hogan, James P "The Multiplex Man" (Bantam Books: 1992) [fine in wrappers], "Endgame Enigma" (Bantam Books: 1987) [very minor wear to dj] 40 80
70 Signed First Editions: Kay, Guy Gavriel "Tigana" (ROC Books: 1990), "The Fionavar Tapetry Series: The Summer Tree" "The Wandering Fire" "The Darkest Road" (Arbor House: 1985-1986) [all fine in wrappers] 200 300
71 Signed First Editions: Kress, Nancy "Crossfire" (TOR Books: 2003), "Crucible" (TOR Books: 2004), "Nothing Human" (Golden Gryphon: 2003) "Beaker's Dozen" (TOR Books: 1998), "Maximum Light" (TOR Books: 1998), "Stinger" (TOR Books: 1998) [not signed], "Oaths and Miracles" (TOR Books: 1996) [all fine in wrappers] 60 120
72 Signed First Editions: Kress, Nancy "Beggars in Spain" (Wm Morrow & Co: 1993), "Beggars and Choosers" (TOR Books: 1994), "Beggars Ride" (TOR Books: 1996), "Probability Space" (TOR Books: 2002), "Probability Moon" (TOR Books: 2000), "Probability Sun" (TOR Books: 2001) [all fine in wrappers] 60 120
73 Signed First Editions: May, Julian "The Golden Torc" (Houghton Mifflin: 1982) [fine in wrappers], "The Nonborn King" (Houghton Mifflin: 1983) [fine in wrappers], "The Adversary" (Houghton Mifflin: 1984) [very minor wear to dj], "The Many-Colored Land" (Houghton Mifflin: 1981) [very minor wear to dj, stamped on flyleaf] 200 400
74 Signed First Editions: McAuley, Paul J "Whole Wide World" (Harper Voyager: 2001), "Eternal Light" (Victor Gollancz: 1991), "Secret Harmonies" (Victor Gollancz: 1989), "Child of the River" (Victor Gollancz: 1997), "Shrine of Stars" (EOS: 1999) [first US edition], "Ancients of Days" (EOS: 1998) [first US edition] 120 240
75 Signed First Editions: Morrow, James "Towing Jehovah" (Harcourt Brace: 1994), "Blameless in Abaddon" (Harcourt Brace: 1996) [both fine in wrappers 20 60
76 Signed First Editions: Niven, Larry "The Ringworld Throne" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 1996), "Destiny's Road" (TOR Books: 1997), "The Gripping Hand" (Pocket Books: 1993) [co-authored with Jerry Pournelle, signed by Niven], "Footfall" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 1985) [co-authored with Jerry Pournelle, signed by Niven] [all fine in wrappers] 140 280
77 First Editions: Norton, Andre "Wizard's Worlds" (Easton Press: 1989) [signed limited edition, fine], "Forerunner: The Second Venture" (TOR Books: 1985) [fine in wrappers], "The Gate of the Cat" (Ace Books: 1987) [very minor wear to dj] 100 200
78 Signed First Editions: Pohl, Frederik "Homegoing" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 1989), "Homegoing" (Easton Press: 1989) [limited edition], "Narabedla Ltd" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 1988), "The World at the End of Time" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 1990), "The Day the Martians Came (Easton Press: 1988) [limited edition] [all fine] 200 400
79 Signed First Editions: Pohl, Frederik "The Voices of Heaven" (TOR Books: 1994), "The Merchants' War" (St Martin's Press: 1984), "The Siege of Eternity" (TOR Books: 1997), "The Other End of Time" (TOR Books: 1996), "Man Plus" (Random House: 1976) 200 400
80 First Editions: Preuss, Paul "Human Error" (TOR Books: 1985) [very minor wear to dj], "Broken Symmetries" (Timescape Books: 1983) [small tear at base of dj] 40 80
81 Signed First Editions: Robinson, Kim Stanley "The Wild Shore" (Macdonald & Co: 1986) [first UK edition], "Pacific Edge" (TOR Books: 1990), "The Gold Coast" (TOR Books: 1988), "Memory of Whiteness" (TOR Books: 1985), "Icehenge" (Macdonald & Co: 1986) [first UK edition] [all fine in wrappers] 300 500
82 First Editions: Robinson, Spider (2) copies "Callahan's Legacy" (TOR Books: 1996) [one signed, both fine in wrappers], "Time Pressure" (Ace Books: 1987) [signed, dj a little rubbed, mark to bottom of base], "Callahan's Lady" (Ace Books: 1989) [fine in wrappers] 120 240
83 Signed First Editions: Silverberg, Robert "Tom O'Bedlam" (Donald I Fine, Inc: 1985) [very minor wear to dj], "The New Springtime" (Warner Books: 1990) [fine in wrappers], "Gilgamesh the King" (Arbor House: 1984) [fine in wrappers] 100 200
84 Signed First Editions: Simmons, Dan "Edymion" (Bantam Books: 1996), "The Rise of Endymion" (Bantam Books: 1997) [both fine in wrappers] 40 80
85 First Editions: Tepper, Sheri S "Six Moon Dance" (Avon: 1998) [small mark to bottom of book block], "Shadow's End" (Bantam Books: 1994) [fine in wrappers], "Gibbon's Decline and Fall" (Bantam Books: 1996) [fine in wrappers], "A Plague of Angels" (Bantam Books: 1993) [fine in wrappers], "Grass" (Doubleday: 1989) [fine in wrappers 40 80
86 Signed First Editions: Van Vogt, AE "Rogue Ship" (Doubleday: 1965) [some wear to dj], "Empire of the Atom" (Shasta Pub: 1956) [fine in wrappers] 300 500
87 Signed First Editions: Williams, Walter Jon (2) copies "Metropolitan" (Harper Prism: 1995) [one fine in wrappers, the other with very minor wear to dj], "Aristoi" (TOR Books: 1992) [fine in wrappers] 20 60
88 Signed First Editions: Williamson, Jack "The Legion of Time" (Fantasy Press: 1952), "Mazeway" (Del Rey: 1990), "Firechild" (Bluejay: 1986) [all fine in wrappers 200 400
89 Signed First Editions: Wolfe, Gene "The Urth of the New Son" (Victor Gollancz: 1987) [first UK edition], "Endangered Species" (Easton Press: 1989) [limited edition], both fine 100 200
90 (4) First Editions of the 1970s: Tucker, Wilson "Ice and Iron" (Victor Gollancz: 1975) [first UK edition, signed, fine in wrappers], Tolkien, JRR "The Silmarillion" (Houghton Mifflin: 1977) [2nd state, wear to extremeties of dj], Zelazny, Roger "The Courts of Chaos" (Doubleday: 1978) [signed, fine in wrappers], Zebrowski, George "Macrolife" (Harper & Row: 1979) [signed, #138/250 presentation copies, fine in wrappers] 200 400
91 (6) First Editions of 1983-1986: Vance, Jack "Cugel's Saga" (Timescape: 1983) [stamp to bottom of book block], Delany, Samuel R "Stars in my Pocket like Grains of Sand" (Bantam Books: 1984) [signed, some wear to dj], Schmidt, Stanley "From Mind to Mind: Tales of Communication from Analog" (Dial Press: 1984) [very minor wear to dj], Whitmore, Charles "Winter's Daughter" (Simon & Schuster: 1984) [small stamp to bottom of book block], Saberhagen, Fred "The Berserker Throne" (Simon & Schuster: 1985) [small stain to bottom of book block], Varley, John "Blue Champagne" (Dark Harvest: 1986) [signed by author and illustrator, #P/C of 300 limited edition copies, short tear to dj] 200 400
92 (6) First Editions of 1987: Aldiss, Brian W "The Year Before Yesterday" (Franklin Watts: 1987), Clement, Hal "Still River" (Del Rey/Ballantine: 1987) [signed], (2) copies Park, Paul "Soldiers of Paradise" (Arbor House: 1987) [both signed], Stanwick, Michael "Vacuum Flowers" (Arbor House: 1987) [signed], Turtledove, Harry "Agent of Byzantium" (Cogdon & Weed: 1987) [signed] [all fine in wrappers] 100 300
93 (3) First Editions of 1988: Ellison, Harlan "Angry Candy" (Easton Press: 1988) [signed limited edition], McCaffrey, Anne "Dragonsdawn" (Easton Press: 1988) [signed limited edition], Vance, Jack "Araminta Station" (TOR Books: 1988) [all fine] 160 220
94 (6) First Editions of 1989: Attanasio, AA "The Last Legends of Earth" (Easton Press: 1989) [signed limited edition], De Camp, L Sprague "The Honorable Barbarian" (Easton Press: 1989) [signed limited edition], Eklund, Gordon "A Thunder on Neptune" (Wm Morrow & Co: 1989), McIntyre, Vonda N "Starfarers" (Easton Press: 1989) [signed limited edition], Wilson, F Paul "Dydeetown World" (Easton Press: 1989) [signed limited edition], Yolen, Jane "White Jenna" (TOR Books: 1989) [all fine] 200 400
95 (7) First Editions: Rucker, Rudy "The Hollow Earth" (Wm Morrow & Co: 1990) [fine in wrappers], Barnes, John "Orbital Resonance" (TOR Books: 1991) [fine in wrappers], Vinge, Joan D "The Summer Queen" (Warner Books: 1991) [fine in wrappers], Kube-McDowell, Michael P "Exile" (Ace Books: 1992) [very minor wear to dj], Roessner, Michaela "Vanishing Point" (TOR Books: 1993) [fine in wrappers], Zettel, Sarah "Playing God" (Warner Books: 1998) [signed, very minor wear to dj], Monteleone, Thomas F "Rough Beasts and Other Mutations" (Five Star: 2003) [signed by author and 29 of 36 dedicatees, fine in wrappers] 200 400
96 [Miniature Book] Terence, [Works], (London, W Pickering 1823], 64mo; contemporary blind-ruled brown calf, red edges; Executed in diminutive type made for Pickering's series "Diamond Classics", this volume contains all of Terence's plays in a palm-sized format, with an added engraved portrait of the author by R Grave, in excellent condition 60 120
97 [Juvenile] [Merrill, Rufus], 150 Stories about Indians, (Concord, R Merrill 1853), 32mo; publishers' embossed cloth, gilt spine; Designed for children's amusement and education, this volume is illustrated with 3 full-page woodcuts and, at 4" tall, fits in little hands, in good condition, a few internal stains, Sabin 48004 60 120
98 Walton, Izaak, The Lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Herbert and Sanderson, (London, T White for W Pickering 1827), 32mo; contemporary blind-ruled green morocco, spine, turn-ins, and edges gilt, yellow silk marker; Pocket-format volume containing Walton's landmark biographies, engraved frontispiece with portraits of the subjects, in good condition, some minor foxing 60 120
99 Des Periers, Bonaventure, Les nouvelles recreations et ioyeux devis, (Rouen, D du Petit Val 1615); 12mo; 19th-c stiff vellum, gilt title and imprint on spine; Scarce edition of this important collection of French stories, fables, songs and entertainments by the French storyteller and humanist who gained notoriety as a free thinker, Tchemerzine II: 862 200 300
100 [Chiswick Press] Quarles, Francis, Emblems, Divine and Moral, (Chiswick, C and C Whittingham 1825); 8vo; contemporary drab binder's boards; Illustrated with 80 wood engraved emblems, the text pairs poetic interpretations with Bible verses, in excellent condition, unopened 40 100
101 [Serial] The Bijou: An Annual of Literature and the Arts, (London, W Pickering 1829); 8vo; contemporary red silk over boards, gilt title on spine; This second installment of what was intended to be a serial publication features short stories and poems by the day's authors and includes 10 steel engraved plates of contemporary paintings, the annual was abandoned after the following year's issue, in good condition, Faxon, Lit Annuals 1088 60 120
102 [Rare Dust Jacket] Fish, Daniel, ed, Robinson's Progressive Intellectual Arithmetic, (New York and Chicago, Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co 1874); 8vo; blue sheep-backed printed boards; This ordinary mathematics textbook retains an ephemeral "Holden's Book Cover", for which the patent had not yet been secured; The front panel of the jacket includes the book title, an illustration of horses, blank lines for writing the owner's name, and the imprint for the cover; the rear features advertisements for HD Pinney & Sons' school supplies, including books with Holden's covers (cover comes free if bought from Pinney's!), in good condition (some wear to jacket consistent with age) 60 120
103 [Armorial Binding] Charles I, Eikon Basilike: The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Majestie in His Solitudes and Sufferings, (London, R Gilbert for C and J Rivington 1824); 8vo; richly gilt blue morocco, panels alike with central coat of arms and outer floriated border, turn-ins and edges gilt; Suptuously bound by C Lewis for a member of the Order of the Bath; This supposed autobiography of King Charles I first appeared in 1649, ten days after he was beheaded, in excellent condition 100 300
104 [Prize Binding] Publius, Syrius, Singulares Sententiae, (Leiden, J du Vivie 1708); 8vo; contemporary gilt vellum over stiff boards, panels alike with large central stamp of Athena on a base that bears the Latin name for The Hague, manuscript spine title, edges sprinkled blue and red; This copy of Syrus' Sententiae was bound for presentation to the winner of an academic competition in The Hague (prize leaf excised); His best known work, this collection of moral axioms is arranged in alphabetical order according to the inital letter, in good condition 100 300
105 [Presentation Binding] Goldsmith, Oliver, Essays, Poems, and Plays, (London, JF Dove for Rivington and 17 others); 12mo; English binding of gilt straight-grained red morocco, outer double rule, bead and arabesque roll, and blind foliate roll, the center of each panel with a vertically-lettered inscription: "Palmam Qui Meruit Ferat Decr AD 1826 Gulielmus Henricus Barber" on the front and "Quaesitum Meritis Academiae Southwelliensis In Comitatu Nottinghamiensi" on the rear, flat spine, turn-ins and all edges gilt, blue silk doublures; This collection of the famed Irish author's works was sumpuously bound in a traditional English style and presented to a Nottingham educator for his service to the academy, in excellent condition 100 200
106 [Early Philadelphia Imprint] Erbauliche Lieder=Sammlung zum Gottesdiestlichen Gebrauch in den Vereinigten Evangelisch=Lutherischen Gemeinen in Pensylvanien und den benachbarten Staaten, (Germantown [Philadelphia], M Billmeyer 1803); 8vo; contemporary blind-ruled brown calf over stiff boards, gilt red morocco spine labels, original brass clasps and catches; Third edition of this German Lutheran hymnal for use in Pennsylvania and the surrounding states, includes a woodcut frontispiece portrait of Martin Luther, in good condition, with the browning common of German imprints of this era                                      40 80
107 Dodsley, Robert, The Economy of Human Life, (London, J Swan for Vernor and Hood and 9 others); 8vo; contemporary blue card boards; Illustrated edition of Dodsley's landmark collection of moral tenets purportedly written by ancient Chinese and and Indian authors, with 32 wood engravings by Austin and Hole 40 80
108 [Satire] Doctor Syntax in Paris, or A Tour in Search of the Grotesque, (London, S and R Bentley for W Wright 1820); 4to; late 19th-c gilt-ruled calf, spine, title lable, board edges and turn-ins gilt (crudely repaired); First edition, Either in parody or imitation of William Combe's The Tour of Dr Syntax in Search of the Picturesque (and perhaps by Combe himself), this humorous illustrated verse follows an English physician navigating Paris, with 17 hand-colored aquatint plates by Charles Williams, Abbey, Travel 109 100 200
109 [Satire] Glances at Character, (London, Whittingham and Rowland 1814); 8vo; contemporary gilt-ruled mottled calf, spine and red morocco title label gilt, board edges, turn-ins and all edges gilt; First edition, Told in 22 verse vignettes, the text pokes fun at human reactions to everyday situations, illustrated with 8 hand-colored aquatint plates by J Clarke, the first two plates loose but present, else a fine copy, BMC 10 686 (857) 200 300
110 Les Quinze Joies de Mariage, (Paris, Techener 1837); 2 vols, 12mo; contemporary blue card boards; Reprint of Jehan Trepperel's incunable edition, the first volume contains Techener's notes on compiling the edition (including a facsimile plate of a leaf of the manuscript), the second volume contains the illustrated text, this edition was limited to 126 copies, that offered here #107, in excellent condition, entirely uncut and mostly unopened 100 200
111 [Annotated] Maskell, William, Selected Centuries of Books from the Library of a Priest in the Diocese of Salisbury, (Chiswick, C Whittingham 1843); 8vo; later quarter pebbled sheep over marbled boards; Only edition, privately printed, A contemporary reader added dozens of titles that were apparently overlooked by the volume's editor, Important bibliography of early English theological books, in excellent condition, ex-library, De Ricci 143 100 200
112 [Costume] Venning, Mary Anne, A Geographical Present; Being Descriptions of the Principal Countries of the World, (London, Harvey and Darton 1820); modern marbled boards; Third edition, this culturally important work describes the land and customs of hundreds of countries, regions and states, but the real appeal is the 60 etched plates of native peoples in their traditional dress in full contemporary hand color, in good condition 100 200
113 Vertue, George, A Description of the Works of the Ingenious Delineator and Engraver Wenceslaus Hollar, Disposed into Classes of Different Sorts; With Some Account of his Life, (London, W Bathoe 1759); 4to; contemporary blind-decorated calf (rebacked); Second edition: a catalogue raisonné of Hollar's works, first published in 1745, engraved illustrations, in excellent condition 100 200
114 [Bible- NT] Epistole, ed Evangelj, che si leggono tutto l'anno alle messe, (Venice, A Mora 1723); 4to; contemporary vellum over flexible boards (damage to spine); Combining the letters of the apostles and the four Gospels, this book was intended for daily use in the Roman Catholic Church, translated from the Latin to the Italian vernacular by Remigio Nannini, illustrated with a full-page woodcut and dozens of text woodcuts, in good condition 200 400
115 [Post-Incunabula] Bible (Latin): Biblia cum pleno apparatu summariorum concordantiarum, (Paris, Thielmann Kerver and Jean Petit 1504); Folio; 18th-century green vellum over stiff boards, recently rebacked; This important Vulgate Bible edited by Adrian Gemeau and Alberto Castellano incorporates fine metalcut initials and three sizes of gothic type, sparsely annotated throughout by a contemporary hand, lacks initial and final leaves, USTC 142918, Moreau I 121: 12, Pettegree, French 57244 400 500
116 [Incunabula] Caracciolus, Robertus, Sermones de laudibus sanctorum, (Augsburg, Anton Sorg 23 Feb 1490); small folio; later blind-decorated vellum over stiff boards, edges sprinkled red; Incunable collection of sermons in praise of the saints by the famed Franciscan preacher (1425-1495), initials supplied in red, lacks first quire, ISTC ic00147000, Goff C147, BMC II: 354 800 1000
117 Theophylact of Ohrid, In D. Pauli Epistolas Commentarii, (London, Typographeo Regio 1636); Folio; 18th C English gilt brown morocco, panels alike with double outer rule with corner fleurons, double inner rule with different fleurons in the inner and outer corners, central olive wreath, flat spine and labels gilt, board edges gilt; First Lindsell Edition, regarded to this day as one of the finest commentaries on the Gospels, the Eastern Orthodox bishop's landmark work is presented here in both Latin and its original Greek, edited by the classical scholar and Bishop of Hereford Augustine Lindsell, in excellent condition, ESTC S122023 300 400
118 [Hebrew] Biblia Hebraica, ([Geneva], [Peter de la Roviere] 1618); Folio; later brown sheep, rebacked, joints cracking; Polyglot Old Testament printed in Hebrew with interlinear Latin, edited by Benito Arias Montano and translated by Sainte Pagnini, in good condition 200 300
119 The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament and the New, (London, Robert Barker 1602); Folio; later vellum over stiff boards; The last edition of the Bishop's Bible, this served as the basis for the King James Version, illustrated in woodcut, 6 leaves in facsimile, a reader's copy, Herbert 271, Wing B2188 400 500
120 The Holy Bible, Coneyning the Old Testament, and the New, (London, Robert Barker 1617); Folio; 18th C blind-decorated mottled calf, rebacked with original spine strip laid down, recased; Third issue of King James' Authorized Version of the Bible, a 7-year undertaking to revise Henry VIII's Great Bible, title page in facsimile, additional title page taken from 1611 issue of the same book laid down and bound in front, in fair condition 400 500
121 First Editions: Michener, James A "The World is my Home" (Random House 1992), "The Novel" (Random House 1991), "Creatures of the Kingdom" (Random House 1993), "Legacy" (Random House 1987), "Journey" (Random House 1989) [first American edition], all fine in wrappers 200 300
122 Carpenter, Robert Ruliph Morgan, "My African Safari", (East Aurora: Roycrofters 1937), original gilt-printed pebbled leatherette, brown silk marker, covered with a custom glassine wrapper, in a presentation box, uncut and unopened; Written by the former owner of the Phillies and member of the DuPont board of directors, this recounts his trip to Kenya to hunt exotic animals, complete with map frontispiece and ten photographic illustrations, in pristine original condition 400 500
123 "Zur Geschichte der Costume" (Munich, Braun & Schneider [1880]), original cloth-backed lithographed boards, spine damaged; Originally published as individual plates in the German magazine "Münchener Bilderbogen" between 1861-1880, these 125 chromolithographed pages (each with four illustrations) were later compiled into book format; This valuable resource for Victorian costume includes designs from European, Asian, and African countries; binding tender, but all plates in fine condition 300 400
124 Hawthorne, Nathaniel, "Transformation: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni", (Leipzig, Bernhard Tauchnitz 1860); original gilt vellum with gilt red morocco labels, all edges gilt, one spine split at base; 2 vols; The Copyright Edition of this Hawthorne classic; as with all Tauchnitz editions, both volumes are extra-illustrated with photographic plates; in good condition 100 300
125 [Lord Byron] Moore, Thomas, Esq, "Life of Lord Byron: With his Letters and Journals", (London, John Murray 1851); contemporary gilt half-calf over marbled boards, gilt morocco labels, marbled edges; 6 volumes; All volumes illustrated with steel engravings, in good condition 100 200
126 [Lord Byron] "The Poetical Works of Lord Byron", (London, John Murray 1854); contemporary gilt half-calf over marbled boards, gilt morocco labels, marbled edges; 10 volumes; All volumes illustrated with steel engravings, in good condition 100 200
127 "Plutarch's Lives, Translated from the Greek, by Several Hands, in Five Volumes", (London, for Jacob Tonson 1703); contemporary blind-decorated mottled calf with concentric bands, recased and rebacked in the 19th century, edges sprinkled red; Each biography illustrated with a full-page etched plate, in good condition with minor browning and foxing 120 240
128 "The Political Works of Thomas Paine", (Springfield, Tannatt & Co Printers for Peter Raynolds 1826), 12mo; contemporary mottled calf, gilt flat spine (rubbed, crown chipped, corners worn); Early edition of his collected works, in fair condition, browned with some staining   200 300
129 [Don Quixote] Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, "The History of the Ingenious Gentleman, Don Quixote of La Mancha", (Boston, Little, Brown and Co 1854), 4 volumes, 8vo; contemporary half-calf over marbled boards, edges marbled blue; Peter Anthony Motteux's recension of the Spanish-language classic, in fine condition 80 160
130 Grant, Ulysses S, "Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant", (New York, Charles L Webster & Co 1885-6), 2 volumes; original gilt green cloth; First Edition of Grant's autobiography, complete with all tipped-in facsimile letters and plates, in fine condition 200 300
131 [Uncle Tom's Cabin] Beecher-Stowe, Harriet, "La Choza de Tomas", (Madrid and Paris, Mellado 1853); contemporary calf-backed embossed boards (damaged but sound); First Catalan Edition of the abolitionist classic published the previous year, illustrated with 26 wood engravings, in fair condition 40 80
132 Allom, Thomas, Bartlett, William Henry, McCulloch, Horatio, and Beattie, William, "Scotland Illustrated in a Series of Views Taken Expressly for this Work", (London, George Virtue 1838), 2 volumes; contemporary half green pebbled sheep over marbled boards, spines gilt; First Edition, illustrated with 118 steel engraved plates; Includes historical and topographical descriptions of Scottish places, in good condition, somewhat foxed 100 200
133 Willis, Nathaniel Parker and Bartlett, William Henry, "American Scenery; Or, Land, Lake and River Illustrations of Transatlantic Nature", (London, George Virtue 1840), 2 volumes; contemporary half blue pebbled sheep over green cloth; First Edition, State A, with 120 steel engraved plates; First published in 30 parts without text, this first printing in book form comprises views of America and Canada engraved from drawings Bartlett executed during a visit to the New World, in good condition; Sabin 3784; Abbey, Travel, 651 300 400
134 [First Edition] Monroe, James "A View of the Conduct of the Executive, in the Foreign Affairs of the United States, Connected with the Mission to the French Republic, During the Years 1794, 5, & 6", (Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin Bache 1797); 8vo; contemporary drab printer's boards (hinges damaged); Important anti-federalist treatise by the 5th president of the US, printed in Benjamin Franklin's shop by his grandson, in fair condition, lacks half-title, somewhat foxed; Howes M727 100 200
135 [Curiosity] Hone, William "Cecil's Sixty Curious, Interesting, and Authentic Narratives", (Boston, Allen & Watts for J Smith 1825); 8vo; contemporary boards, damaged, printed spine label; Rare, this humorous collection of anecdotes addresses extraordinary characters, credulity and fanaticism, interesting occurences, "voluntary human suffering"....in good condition, entirely uncut 200 300
136 Certificate of membership in the Franklin Institute for Lieutenant Charles Gaunttisa, dated November 14, 1833, aquatint finished in manuscript, signed by Isaac Hays, James Ronaldson, and others, in very good condition 100 200
137 Joseph Pennell (American, 1860-1926), Pr etchings of Philadelphia to include "Second Street Market", 1920, measures 8-1/4" x 10", and "The Ugliest Bridge in the World", 1924, measures 8-3/4" x 12-7/8" plate, 12-1/4" x 14-3/4" sheet, both pencil signed, in very good condition 140 280
138 Theodor Falckeysen (Swiss, 1768-1814), steel engraving "The Death of General Wolfe", ca 1789, after a painting by Benjamin West, measures 18-7/8" x 23-3/4" sight, framed size 27-1/2" x 32-1/2", good condition with a few small abrasions 300 400
139 Godefroy Engelmann the Elder (French, 1788-1839), (5) hand-colored lithographs of Greek and Egyptian costumes to include "Guerrier Combattant", "Jeune Grecque de distinction", "Egyptien", "Dame Grecque", and "Femme Grecque", each measures 10-3/8" x 7-3/4" sight, framed size 19-1/2" x 17", some foxing 200 300
140 Album of 18 collotypes of American mushroom and morel specimens, dated 1989-1908, each mounted on a thick piece of card board with manuscript annotations 40 80
141 [Prison Break] Manuscript letter on paper, dated July 23, 1833, 3 pages, written by Maurice Browning of Mount Holly, NJ, detailing the escape and recapture of Joel Clough, convicted of murdering a woman who rejected him, and was the first prisoner to be executed in the state; Browning lived near the prison and was involved in the search for Clough, then interviewed him in his dungeon cell after townspeople caught him; Clough is one of New Jersey's most infamous criminals, and many believe his ghost still haunts the grounds of the Burlington County Prison, now a museum; offered with four other letters between Maurice and his familiars, all written in the 1830s; excellent condition 100 200
142 Land indenture dated July 27, 1825, for the rental of property located at 53 North Water St in Philadelphia, between owner Edward Howell and leasee Joseph F Smith; The agreement was for a 10 year lease of the property at a rate of $800/year; It states that Smith intended to build a brick store at least 2 stories high on the land; Printed document (C Pollard, Philadelphia), completed in manuscript, seals of both parties affixed; offered with two letters, both dated 1831 concerning the same property, in excellent condition 40 80
143 (7) manuscript documents pertaining to the organization and subsequent acerbic dissolution of the insurance firm Loper & Doughten in Philadelphia; Richard Loper and Isaac Doughten were general managers in contract with the Guarantors of Pennsylvania, a conglomerate insurance company based in Philadelphia; These documents outline their agreements in setting up the business and their increasingly hostile correspondences in splitting it up; in excellent condition 40 80
144 [Civil War] (4) documents pertaining to Joshua Sickler, a Union cavalry soldier, to include a certificate of promotion dated January 1865 (lithograph completed in manuscript), certificate of discharge dated June 1865 (letterpress completed in manuscript), deposition of imprisonment dated May 1889 (typewritten and manuscript), and a land deed dated February 1881 (letterpress completed in manuscript), all in good condition 60 120
145 Indenture dated August 1808 for the purchase of land in Gloucester County, NJ, owned by John Mapes, a Revolutionary War soldier who fought in Col Henry Lee's Light Dragoons; The 81 acres of land were purchased by Peter Watson for the sum of $110; Col John Mapes, a NJ native, married Mary Johns in 1785; they had 9 children; Manuscript on parchment, worn with some losses 200 300
146 Indenture dated October 1801 for the purchase of land in Gloucester County, NJ, owned by John Cathcart, a wealthy yeoman, and sold to Daniel Basset, a merchant; Manuscript on parchment, seals affixed, in excellent condition 100 200
148 [First Edition] Newell, Peter "The Rocket Book", (New York, Harper & Bros 1912); original blue cloth with pictorial printed label on the front panel; Newell's clever book for children integrates a literal hole through the book as part of the story; with 22 full-page color illustrations; Loker 206 200 300
149 Bemelmans, Ludwig "Madeline", (New York, Simon & Schuster 1939); original pictorial boards, retains unclipped dust jacket in excellent condition; First edition, second issue; Bemelmans' remarkable children's book won the Caldecott Medal for most distinguished picture book and sparked the cartoon series under the same name; Silvery 55, Pomerance A24 500 700
150 [Raggedy Ann] Gruelle, Johnny "Beloved Belindy", (Joliet, PF Volland after 1926); Original pictorial boards with minor scuffs and marks; Of significant Black American interest, this scarce title from Gruelle's series details the adventures of Belindy, the "mammy" doll associated with the rest of the homemade toys in the nursery; twenty-first edition; full color illustrations throughout; "Raggedy Ann Stories", (NY & Chicago, MA Donohue & Co after 1918); Original cloth-backed pictorial boards (corners bumped); The first book in one of the most renowned series of childrens books in the modern era, inspired by the mass-marketed rag doll first issued in 1915; full color illustrations throughout; unknown edition 300 500
151 [Three Works by Edward Gorey] "Dracula: A Toy Theatre", (New York, Charles Scribner's Sons 1979); Spiral-bound with original pictorial printed wrappers in very good condition; First Edition, Signed by the author: toy book that replicates the scenes and costumes that Gorey designed for the play in which he won a Tony award for Best Costume Design and was nominated in the category for Best Scenic Design; "The Dwindling Party", (New York, Random House 1982); Original glossy pictorial boards; First Edition: this pop-up book features 6 interactive tableaus accompanied by whimsical verse; "The Curious Sofa", (New York, Dodd, Mead & Co 1980); Original pictorial printed boards with matching dust jacket (water ring to dj, else fine); First Edition, Signed by the author, limited to 212 copies, of which this is 83; A tiny pornographic illlustrated book issued under one of Gorey's many pseudonyms, it leaves a lot to the imagination while maintaining a raunchy air 500 700
152 [Christmas] May, Robert L "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Complete Story with Pop-Up Action Pictures", (New York, Maxton [1949]) and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer", (New York, Maxton [1949]); Original pictorial printed wrappers with some wear; Scare imprints of these early collectible children's books; the pop-up book features 5 3-D tableaus; both illustrated with lithographed images throughout 100 200
153 Frost, AB "A Book of Drawings", (New York, PF Collier & Son 1904); Original green cloth-backed pictorial printed boards (front hinge loose); 39 photographic plates by Frost, each accompanied by a facing page verse by Wallace Irwin 60 120
154 [Sherlock Holmes] 21 titles, to include Saffron, Robert "The Demon Device", (New York, GP Putnam's Sons 1979); Harrison Michael "Beyond Baker Street: A Sherlockian Anthology", (Indianapolis/NY, Bobs-Merrill 1976); Harrison, Michael "I, Sherlock Holmes", (New York, EP Dutton 1977); Dibdin, Michael "The Last Sherlock Holmes Story", (New York, Pantheon Books 1978); Estleman, Loren "Sherlock Holmes vs Dracula", (New York, Doubleday & Co 1978); Harrison, Michael "The World of Sherlock Holmes", (New York, EP Dutton 1975); McQueen, Ian "Sherlock Holmes Detected", (London, David & Charles 1974); Aubrey, Edmund "Sherlock Holmes in Dallas", (New York, Dodd, Mead & Co 1980); Doyl, PJ and McDiarmid, EW "The Baker Street Dozen", (NY & Chicago, Congdon & Weed 1980); Gardner, John "The Return of Moriarty", (New York, GP Putnam's Sons 1974); Garder, John "The Revenge of Moriarty", (New York, GP Putnam's Sons 1975); Hall, Trevor "Sherlock Holmes and His Creator", (London, Duckworth 1978); Hall, Robert Lee "Exit Sherlock Holmes", (New York, Charles Scribner's Sons 1977); Gillette, William "Sherlock Holmes: A Play", (New York, Doubleday & Co 1976); Jeffers, H Paul "The Adventure of the Stalwart Companions", (New York, Harper & Row 1978); Hardwick, Michael "Prisoner of the Devil", (London & NY, Proteus 1979); Starrett, Vincent "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes", (London, George Allen & Unwin Ltd 1961); Dvorkin, David "Time for Sherlock Holmes", (New York, Dodd, Mead & Co 1983); Tracy, Jack "The Encyclopaedia Sherlockiana", (New York, Doubleday & Co 1977); Hodel, Michael and Wright, Sean "Enter the Lion: A Posthumous Memoir of Mycroft Holmes", (New York, Hawthorn Books 1979); Baring-Gould, William "The Annotated Sherlock Holmes, Vol I-11" (New York, Clarkson N Potter 1967) 200 400
155 [Asimov's Guides] Asimov, Isaac "Asimov's Guide to the Bible, Vol II: The New Testament", (New York, Doubleday & Co 1969), First Edition, some damage to dj; "Asimov's Annotated Paradise Lost", (New York, Doubleday & Co 1974), First Edition, excellent condition; "Asimov's Guide to Halley's Comet", (London, Panther Books 1985), paperback 300 500
190 [Counterculture First Editions] Feigelson, Naomi "The Underground Revolution: Hippies, Yippies, & Others", (New York: Funk & Wagnalls 1970), good cond, retains dj with some wear; Rosenman, Joel, Roberts, John and Pilpel, Robert "Young Men with Unlimited Capital", (New York: Harcourt Brace Javonovich 1974), fine in wrappers; Stein, David Lewis "Living the Revolution: The Yippies in Chicago", (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill 1969), fine in wrappers, ex-library; Unger, Irwin "The Movement: A History of the American New Left 1959-1972", (New York: Dodd & Mead 1974), dj somewhat worn; Grissim Jr, John "We Have Come for your Daughters", (New York: Wm Morrow & Co 1972); no dj, boards stained 100 200
191 [First Edition] Bryant, William Cullen "The Song of the Sower", (New York, D Appleton & Co 1871); 4to; original gilt and embossed publisher's cloth; One of the American poet's most renowned verses, illustrated with 42 wood engravings in a fine publisher's binding, in very good condition 40 80
192 [First Edition] "Advice to a Young Gentleman on Entering Society" (Philadelphia, Lea & Blanchard 1839); 12mo; original embossed publisher's cloth with gilt spine title; Etiquette manual for young men of means on comporting in polite society, in good condition, foxed, ownership inscriptions of Joseph Keen dated July 13, 1839 80 120
193 Baum, L Frank "Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee [between 1930 and 1935]), "The Lost Princess of Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee after 1935), "Rinkitink in Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee after 1935), with single color plate tipped in as frontispiece, "The Patchwork Girl of Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee after 1935); all in fair condition, no djs as issued; Bibliographia Oziana 56, 66, 71, 73 40 80
194 Baum, L Frank "The Land of Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee after 1935), "The Patchwork Girl of Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee after 1930), "The Wizard of Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee after 1930), "The Tin Woodman of Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee after 1935), no djs as issued, all in good condition with some soiling and bumping; Bibliographia Oziana 27, 49, 64, 74 40 80
195 Thompson, Ruth Plumly "Captain Salt in Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee 1936), 2nd Edition; "The Silver Princess in Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee 1938), 2nd Edition; "The Giant Horse of Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee 1928), post-1935 ed, after color plates; No djs, Captain Salt and Giant Horse worn; Bibliographia Oziana 95, 101, 103 40 80
196 [First Editions] Snow, Jack "The Magical Mimics in Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee 1946), and "The Shaggy Man of Oz", (Chicago: Reilly & Lee 1949); Both titles in their first states of printing, both lack dj, Magical Mimics in poor condition, Shaggy Man with a couple scuffs, else fine; Bibliographia Oziana 114-115 100 200
197 Baum, L Frank "The Lost Princess of Oz", Chicago: Reilly & Britton 1917, (2) First Editions in two different states: first and second issues, illustrated by John R Neill with (12) color plates, both as issued in full blue cloth with colored label affixed to the front panel (rubbed and faded, 2nd state moreso), one page of 1st state copy damaged and crudely repaired 300 500
198 Thompson, Ruth Plumly "Kabumpo in Oz", Chicago: Reilly & Lee 1922, illustrated by John R Neill with (12) color plates, as issued in full green cloth with colored label affixed to the front panel (rubbed, faded), a few minor marginal tears (no loss), some foxing 200 400
199 Baum, L Frank "The Magic of Oz", Chicago: Reilly & Lee 1919, First Edition, illustrated by John R Neill with (12) color plates, as issued in full green cloth with colored label affixed to the front panel (rubbed, faded), tape repairs to inner hinges, one leaf neatly repaired 200 400
200 Marcantonio Raimondo (Italian, ca 1580-1527) engraving on paper "Massacre of the Innocents", ca 1513-1515, 10-3/4" x 16-1/2" plate, framed size 18-3/8" x 24-1/4", very good condition; Bartsch 20 5000 7000
201 Etching on paper, "Rio dei Mendicanti", illegibly pencil signed, numbered 10/100, 14-1/2" x 18-1/2" plate, framed size 22-1/4" x 26-1/4", very good condition 200 300
202 Elisabeth Cousinet (French, 1726-after 1780), etching on paper "Le Moulin de Quinquengrogne", after a painting by Nicolas Lancret of two lovers in a garden, 13-5/8" x 16" sight, framed size 18" x 21-3/4", very good condition 400 600
203 (3) prints of German cities, to include a hand-colored lithograph of Nuremberg, 12" x 16" sight, framed size 18-5/8" x 23-1/8", good condition, a hand-colored etching of Munich, illegibly pencil signed, numbered 2/30, 11-1/2" x 9" plate, 14-1/4" x 10-7/8" sheet, edges frayed and repaired, and an etching of Salzburg by Henry Goering, pencil signed, 4-3/4" x 5-1/4" plate, framed size 10-1/4" x 10-1/4", very good condition 300 500
204 Fabio Berardi (Italian, 1728-1788) etching of an Italian seaside, 15-3/4" x 20-1/2" plate, framed size 20-3/4" x 26", very good condition 200 300
205 Richard Earlom (British, 1743-1822) Pr etchings from original drawings after Claude Lorraine, the first 5-1/2" x 7-3/4" plate, the second dated 1810, 7-1/8" x 9-1/4" sight, framed size of both 15-1/2" x 18", very good condition 200 300
206 Pr reproduction prints of Tiepolo drawings, both 10-3/4" x 14-1/4" sight, framed size 18-3/4" x 22-1/4", a little browned  100 200
207 (2) etchings on paper, to include a Cloister, illegibly signed, numbered 42/300, 7-1/4" x 5-3/4" plate, framed size 14-3/4" x 12-1/2", very good condition, and Passageway and Horsemen, 6-7/8" x 9-1/8" sheet, framed size 15-1/4 x 18-1/4", trimmed close, edge wear 100 200
208 (2) intaglio depictions of the Middle East, to include a vista of Kashan in Iran, taken from a book, 10-7/8" x 13-7/8" plate, 11-5/8" x 15" sheet, wear to edges, and a drypoint my Lester Harian of a mosque, pencil signed, 11" x 7-3/4" plate, framed size 18-1/2" x 15-1/2", very good condition 100 200
209 (2) etchings of Italian cities, to include Rome, illegibly pencil signed, 7-3/4" x 8-3/4" plate, framed size 19" x 19", very good condition, and "Firenze-Case dell'Arno" by Luigi Bianchi, pencil signed, 6-5/8" x 6-3/8" plate, framed size 13-1/2" x 12-1/2", very good condition 100 200
210 (3) etchings on paper, to include the Villa D’Este, illegibly pencil signed, 14-1/4” x 9-7/8” plate, framed size 19-1/4” x 14-1/4”, tear to upper right corner, headlands and pine, illegibly pencil signed, 10-5/8” x 7-3/4” plate, framed size 19-3/4” x 15-1/2”, very good condition, and a fountain in a park, pencil signed “Maner ‘14”, numbered 1/15, 9-3/4” x 7-3/4” plate, framed size 17-1/4” x 15-1/2”, very good condition 200 300
211 (2) etchings on paper, to include Promontory and Church/fortress by Max Roeder (German, 1866-1947), pencil signed, 11-1/2” x 18-3/8” plate, framed size 18-1/4” x 24-1/4”, very good condition, and Gabrielle-Marie Niel (French, 1840-1894) etching of a ruin with stork, signed in plate, 9-1/4” x 15” sight, framed size 13-3/4” x 19-3/4”, very good condition 200 300
212 A. Louel Isaacs 100 200
213 Auguste Ballin (French, 1842-1885) etching of frigates in a port, signed in plate, 7-7/8” x 12” sight, framed size 10-7/8” x 16-1/8”, very good condition 200 300
214 Jean Moyreau (French 1690-1762), (3) etchings on paper to include "Depart pour la Chasse aux Chiens Couchans", 13-1/2" x 18" sight, framed size 20" x 24", tear in image with no loss, trimmed close to plate mark, "Retour de Chasse et Curee", 13-7/8" x 17-7/8" sight, framed size 22" x 26", a little soiled, and " Le Vin de L'Etrier", 14" x 18-1/2" plate, framed size 20-5/8" x 24-5/8", very good condition 200 400
215 Gilles-Edme Petit (French, 1694-1760), engraving on paper of a portrait of Henri Charles Arnauld de Pomponne, Abbot of Saint-Medard of Soissons, after Van Loo, 18-1/4" x 15-3/4" sight, framed size 26 x 21-3/4", very good condition 300 400
216 Francois Chereau (French, 1680-1729), (2) engraved portraits on paper, to include Nicolas de L'Argilliere, dated 1715, 18-1/2" x 13-1/2" plate, framed size 24" x 19", very good condition (Le Blanc 30), and Melchior Cardinal de Polignac, dated 1729, 18-1/4" x 13-1/2" sight, framed size 23-5/8" x 18-7/8", minor edge wear,  500 700
217 Cornelis Visscher (Dutch, c 1629-1658), (5) religious etchings on paper, to include a wolf among sheep, 7-3/4" x 9" plate, framed size 21-1/4" x 25-1/4", very good condition, the Parable of the Pharisee and the Publican, 8-1/4" x 10-3/8" plate, framed size 12-1/2" x 15-1/2", very good condition, the descent of the Holy Spirit, 8-3/8" x 10-1/8" plate, framed size 14-1/2" x 16-1/4", very good condition, men destroying icons, 8" x 8" plate, framed size 14-1/2" x 16-1/4", very good condition, and a portrait of Joannes Merius, Pastor of Spanbroek, 18" x 12" sheet, trimmed close to plate mark and mounted, good condition  600 1000
218 Martin Elias Ridinger (German, 1730-1781), hand-colored etching on paper, "Ein Pferd zwischen den Piliers", after Johann Elias Ridinger, dated 1774, 14-1/8" x 23-1/4" sight, framed size 23" x 32", very good condition 100 200
219 Francois Seraphin Delpech (French, 1778-1825), Pr hand-colored lithographs on paper, "A Stage-coach" and "Malle-poste", 16-1/2" x 22-1/4" sheet, framed size 20-3/4" x 26-3/4", very good condition 200 400
220 Antonio Tempesta (Italian, 1555-1630), etching on paper of a hunt scene, 15-5/8" x 20-7/8" plate, framed size 22-5/8" x 27-1/4", trimmed to plate mark, center creased 400 600
221 (3) prints of German cities, to include "Der Brunn aus Zell Am See", lithograph by Leopold Brunner, tear to bottom with no loss, "St. Paul's Thor" in Basel, dated 1821, lithograph signed "de Ruaglio", 18-1/2" x 15-3/4", framed size 29-5/8" x 24-1/2", very good condition, and "Burg Eltz an der Eltz Stamschloss der Grafen gleichen Namensim Moselthale", dated 1821, aquatint, 15-1/2" x 16-3/4" sight, framed size 21-1/4" x 22-1/2", very good condition 200 300
222 (2) pastoral etchings, to include "Le Repos du Berger" by Pierre Laurent, 15" x 18-3/4" sight, framed size 28-1/2" x 33-1/2", and "La Credule Laitiere" by David Teniers, 13" x 16-3/4" sight, framed size 18" x 22", both in very good condition 100 200
223 Ingwer Paulson (German, 1883-1943), etching with tone of the Bridge of Sighs, pencil signed, 23-1/8" x 15-3/8" pl, 27" x 19-7/8" sheet, very good condition 200 300
224 Nathaniel Buck (British, d. 1777), (3) etchings, to include " The East View of Kenilworth-Castle, in the County of Warwick", 7-3/4" x 14" sight, framed size 12-3/8" x 19-1/8", very good condition, "The West View of St Edmund's-Bury Abbey, in the County of Suffolk", dated 1738, 7-3/4" x 14-1/4" sight, framed size 12-3/4" x 19-1/4", very good condition, and "The South-East View of Tamworth-Castle, in the County of Warwick", dated 1729, 7-3/4" x 14-5/8" plate, trimmed to plate mark and mounted 200 300
225 (2) etchings of works of art by Raphael, to include a painting, dated 1887, by Claude Faivre, 8-1/4" x 8-3/8" image, framed size 17-1/2" x 17-1/8", very good condition, and Triumph of Galetea, dated 1820, by Christophe Richomme, 21-3/4" x 15-1/2" sight, framed size 18-5/8" x 23-1/8", minor wear to image edges 100 200
226 Luigi Rossini (Italian, 1790-1857), Pr etchings dated 1817, to include "Luogo chiamato volgarmente l'antica suola di cicarone", 8-1/4" x 11-3/4" plate, 18" x 22-1/2" sheet, and "Veduta del Ghetto di Roma", 8-3/8" x 11-3/4" plate, 17-3/4" x 22-1/2" sheet, both in good condition, somewhat browned  300 500
227 (4) French etchings: Jacques Rigaud (French, 1681-1754), (3) etchings of Versailles and environs in the time of Louis XIV, to include "Vue Particuliere de la Chapelle du Chateau de Versailles", 10" x 19" plate, 15" x 22-1/4" sheet, "Vue de la Place de Luis le Grand", 9-1/2" x 19-1/8" plate, 15" x 22" sheet, and "Les Promenades du Palais des Thuilleries", 9-3/8" x 17-3/8" plate, 14-3/4" x 22-1/4" sheet, all in very good condition 400 600
228 Robert Delaunay (French, 1885-1941), Pr hand-colored erotic engravings, to include "La Cachette Decouverte", 12-1/2" x 14-1/2" plate, 14" x 16-1/2" sheet, and "J'y Passerai", 12-1/4" x 14-1/2" plate, 13-1/2" x 16-1/2" sheet, short marginal tear, mounted 100 200
229 Francesco Bartolozzi (Italian, 1727-1815), stipple engraving on paper "Edward Prince of Wales Presenting Captive King John of France and his Son to Edward III after the Battle of Poictiers", dated 1788, after a painting by John Francis Rigaud, three copies of the same plate in different states, 13-1/6" x 16" sight, framed size 19-1/4" x 23", good condition 100 200
230 Louis Orr (American, 1879-1961), etching of the Paris Opera House, pencil signed, numbered 50/125, 8-1/4" x 11" plate, 11" x 14-3/4" sheet, very good condition 80 160
231 Axel Herman Haig (Swedish, 1835-1921), etching of Seville, pencil signed, dated 1883, 27-3/8" x 13-7/8" plate, framed size 37-1/8" x 22-3/4", very good condition 200 300
232 Lucien Marcelin Gautier (French, 1850-1925), (3) etchings "Le Bassin de Carenage a Marseille", 9-3/4" x 15-3/4" pl, 11-1/4" x 15-3/4" sheet, edge wear, a seaport, 9-5/8" x 15-1/4" pl, 11-1/2" x 16-1/4" sheet, signed in plate, very good condition, and a Venetian canal, 7-7/8" x 10" sight, framed size 11-1/4" x 14-1/4", very good condition 100 200
233 Lucien Marcelin Gautier (French, 1850-1925), (2) etchings to include the Paris Opera House, 7-1/2" x 11" pl, 10-3/4" x 14" sheet, pencil signed, very good condition, and Rialto Bridge at night, 14-5/8" x 23" image, framed size 23-3/4" x 31-1/2", pencil signed, toning and minor wrinkles 100 200
234 Albert Rosenthal (American, 1863-1939), etching of a St. Patrick's Cathedral, Interior, dated 1889, pencil signed, 20" x 14-1/2" image, 25-3/4" x 18-3/4" sheet, good condition 60 120
235 Jules Adeline (French, 1849-1909) etching of Rouen, 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" image, framed size 14-3/4" x 12-1/2", good condition 80 160
236 John Sell Cotman (British, 1782-1842), etching "Tower of the Toft Church", dated 1814, 12" x 8-3/4" plate, framed size 20-1/2" x 16-1/2", very good condition 60 120
237 Leslie Prince Thompson (American, 1880-1963), colored aquatint forest scene, pencil signed, 10-3/4" x 13-1/2" plate, framed size 17-1/2" x 21-1/2", very good condition 60 120
238 Ernest David Roth (American, 1879-1964), (3) etchings, to include a street in Assisi, dated 1935, pencil signed, 9-3/4" x 7-3/8" plate, framed size 17-1/4" x 13", Beauvais Cathedral, dated 1915, pencil signed, 10-1/8" x 8-1/2" plate, framed size 18" x 15-1/2", and a country lane, dated 1906, pencil signed, 9-5/8" x 5-3/4" plate, framed size 16-3/4" x 12-3/4", all in very good condition 200 300
239 Edward J Cherry (British, 20th century), Pr etchings of British cities, to include York, pencil signed, 3-3/4" x 4-1/2" plate, framed size 15-1/2" x 12-3/8", and Bristol, pencil signed, 5-1/2" x 4" plate, framed size 15-1/4" x 12-1/4", both in very good condition 60 120
240 (2) industrial etchings, to includee Alfred Bentley (British, 1879-1923), scene of workmen at a riverside, pencil signed, 8-3/4" x 12-3/4" plate, 14-3/4" x 18-1/2" sheet, very good condition, and Sears Gallagher (American, 1869-1955), farmers at a haystack, pencil signed, 8-3/4" x 12-7/8" plate, framed size 16-3/4" x 20-1/4", a little foxed 80 160
241 John C (Jan) Vondrous (American, 1884-1970), etching of a square in Prague, dated 1925, pencil signed, 10" x 12-5/8" plate, framed size 18-1/2" x 22-1/2", very good condition 100 200
242 Oliver Hall (British, 1869-1957), etching of a mission, pencil signed, numbered 50/17, 6" x 8-1/2" plate, framed size 16" x 21", veryg good condition 60 120
243 Edgar L Pattison (British, 19th century), handcolored etching of a Venetian canal, pencil signed, 11-3/4" x 4-3/4 plate, framed size 22-1/4" x 15", very good condition 60 120
244 Leon Tessier (French, 19th century), etching of a girl feeding geese, 14" x 10-1/2" sight, framed size 20-1/4" x 16-1/4", very good condition 60 120
245 Raymond Ray-Jones (British, 1886-1942), etching of a French street scene, pencil signed, 11-1/4" x 4-1/2" plate, 12-1/4" x 5-3/4" sheet, trimmed close to plate mark, else fine 100 200
246 (2) British domestic etchings, to include Edward Millington Synge (British, 1860-1913), Somerset house and Waterloo Bridge, pencil signed, 7-3/4" x 9-3/4" plate, framed size 15" x 17", and Mortimer Luddington Menpes (British, 1855-1938), "The Sabot Shop", 9-5/8" x 6-3/4" plate, framed size 18-3/4" x 14-3/4", both in very good condition 100 200
247 George Henry Yewell (British, 1830-1923), etching of a monk in a monastery, pencil signed, 14-7/8" x 9-1/4" image, framed size 20-3/4" x 15-1/4", very good condition 100 200
248 Louis John Steele (British, 1843-1917), (2) etchings, to include Dartmoor mist and horses, 7" x 9-7/8" plate, sheet 9-3/4" x 13-3/4", and a man under arrest after a duel, pencil signed, dated 1881, 17" x 25" sight, framed size 25-3/4" x 32", both in very good condition 200 300
249 Adolphe Yvon (French, 1817-1893), etching of a street scene with goats, pencil signed, 7-1/2" x 4-1/2" plate, framed size 16-1/4" x 12-1/4", very good condition 60 120
250 Paul von Coberg Sollmann (German, b. 1886), etching of Rothenburg, dated 1924, pencil signed, 9-1/2" x 8-1/2" plate, framed size 19" x 17-1/4", very good condition 80 160
251 William James Muller (British, 1812-1845), etching of the Lion Tomb in Xanthos, 6-3/4" x 10-1/4" sight, framed size 11-1/2" x 16", very good condition 60 120
252 (2) mill etchings, to include Samuel Colman (American, 1832-1920), etching of a windmill, 8-3/4" x 6" plate, framed size 14-3/8" x 11-1/4", short tear near bottom of plate mark with no loss, and a water mill scene, signed SW Francis, dated 1873, 7" x 13-3/4" plate, framed size 10-1/4" x 16-1/4", frayed around the plate mark 100 200
253 Adolphe Martial Potemont (French, 1828-1883), (11) etchings of Parisian buildings, various plate sizes, sheets measure 17-3/4" x 12-1/4", very good condition 300 400
254 Hans Figura (Austrian, 1898-1978), (3) hand-colored etchings, including "Fell am Lee", pencil signed, 5-1/2" x 6-7/8" plate, framed size 17" x 19", very good condition, a colored castle on a lake, pencil signed, 5-5/8" x 9" plate, framed size 17" x 19-1/2", very good condition, and a Venetian scene, signed "Anton 27", poorly mounted 200 300
255 Ferdinand-Jean Luigini (French, 1870-1943), hand-colored aquatint of a bridge scene, dated 1928, 8" x 9-3/4" plate, framed size 14-1/2" x 16", very good condition 100 200
257 William Ward (English, 1762-1826) after Richard Westall (English, 1765-1836), aquatint entitled "Henry the fourt of France reconciles the Duchess of Beaufort to Sully Henri Quatre", 21-1/2" x 24" sight, framed size 27-1/2" x 30", very good condition 100 200
258 Allegorical etching of friendship of literature and pictorial art, 16-7/8" x 15-1/2" plate, trimmed close, good condition 40 80
259 Robert Shaw (American, 1859-1912), (6) pencil-signed etchings, to include cows in a stream, 8-1/4" x 12-1/2" image, 9-1/2" x 13-1/2" sheet, mounted, good condition, a large tree, 8-1/4" x 12-3/4" image, 9-1/2" x 13-1/2" sheet, mounted, fair condition, a Dutch colonial house, 8" x 12-1/2" image, 9-1/2" x 13-1/2" sheet, mounted, good condition, a rowboat in a river, 7-7/8" x 12-3/8" image, 9-1/4" x 13-1/2" sheet, fair condition, Independence Hall, dated 1904, 12" x 8-5/8" image, 13-1/2" x 9-1/2" sheet, mounted, tears around image, and winter moonlight, 8-1/8" x 12-1/2" image, 9-3/8" x 13-1/2" sheet, mounted, fair condition 200 300
260 Robert Shaw (American, 1859-1912), (3) etchings, to include a stream, dated 1892, 15-1/2" x 25" plate, framed size 22-1/4" x 30-1/4", very good condition, a ship at anchor at night, dated 1904, pencil signed, 7-3/4" x 12-1/4" plate, framed size 19" x 23-1/2", very good condition, and an ancient tree, pencil signed, 8" x 12-5/8" plate, framed size 18-1/2" x 22-1/2", very good condition 200 300
261 Durand re-strike (19th century) of a Rembrandt etching, 5-1/2" x 13" plate, framed size 11-1/2" x 13-1/2", fair condition 20 60
262 Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (Italian, 1609-1664), etching of Diogenes the Cynic with his lantern in search of an honest man, 8-1/2" x 12" plate, framed size 14" x 18-1/4", very good condition, Bartsch 21 S2 300 500
263 (2) Japanese woodblock prints, to include a street scene, 8" x 13" plate, framed size 17" x 21-1/4", good condition with age toning, and a woman, signature bottom left, 13-3/4" x 9-1/2" sight, framed size 21-3/4" x 17-3/4", fair condition, soiled around edges 100 200
264 Hiroshi Yoshida (Japanese, 1876-1950), (3) woodblock prints, to include a pagoda near a pond, 14-1/4" x 9-3/8" plate, framed size 21-3/4" x 16-1/4", good condition, an imperial palace, 14" x 9-1/4" sight, framed size 22-1/2" x 16-1/2", good condition with a little fading, and a pond and village scene, 9-1/2" x 14-1/2" plate, framed size 14-1/8" x 20", good condition with some browning 100 200
265 Hasui Kawase (Japanese, 1883-1957), Pr woodblock printst, to include a pond and pine trees in mist, 14-1/4" x 9-1/2" plate, framed size 20-1/2" x 16-1/2", fair condition, and a seascape, 14-1/4" x 9-3/8" plate, framed size 21" x 17", very good condition 100 200
266 Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese, 1786-1864), Pr Samurai woodblock prints, to include a samurai with sword, 13-1/8" x 9-1/8" sight, framed size 18-7/8" x 14-5/8", good condition with mat burn around edges, and two warriors, 17-1/8" x 8-1/2" sight, framed size 22" x 18", very good condition 100 200
267 Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese, 1786-1864), (3) woodblock prints, to include a man on a balcony, 14" x 9" sight, framed size 21-3/4" x 17-3/4", good condition with small hole near upper margin and some discoloration around edges, a man seated before a screen of irises, 12-5/8" x 9-1/2" sight, framed size 21-3/4" x 17-3/8", good condition with a small worm trail and 2 small holes at top, and a man with a basket over his head, 17-1/2" x 8-3/4" sight, framed size 20-1/8" x 15-5/8", good condition with a natural paper flaw that has been painted over 200 300
268 Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese, 1786-1864), Pr woodblock prints, to include a female beauty, 14-1/2" x 9-1/2" sight, framed size 21" x 17", good condition with age toning at edges, and a woman with a musical instrument, 14-1/4" x 9-3/4" sheet, very good condition, left margin reinforced 100 200
269 Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese, 1786-1864), Pr woodblock prints, to include a woman and servant in a courtyard, 12-1/2" x 8-5/8" sight, framed size 20-3/8" x 16-3/8, good condition with age toning, and a woman and girl on a balcony, 14-1/4" x 9-7/8" sheet, good condition, left margin has a natural paper flaw outside of the image area, brown ink stain  100 200
270 Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese, 1786-1864), Pr woodblock prints, to include a woman with a lantern, 13-5/8" x 9-1/4" sight, framed size 19-7/8" x 15-1/8", very good condition, and a woman with a letter in moonlight, 13-3/4" x 9-3/8" sight, framed size 19-1/2" x 15-1/8", good condition, some soiling and wear to edges 100 200
271 Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese, 1786-1864), Pr woodblock prints, to include a beauty with a pen, 14" x 9-3/8" plated, framed size 21-3/8" x 17-3/8", good condition with some fading, and a beauty serving tea, 13-1/2" x 8-3/4" plate, framed size 21-3/8" x 17-3/8", good condition with some age toning 100 200
272 Utagawa Kunisada II (Japanese, 1823-1880), Pr woodblock prints, to include two men inspecting a scroll, 13" x 9-1/4" plate, framed size 20-3/4" x 17-3/4", very good condition, and a man with a pipe, 14-1/8" x 9-5/8", framed size 21" x 17", good condition with a few small worm trails and minor edge wear 100 200
273 Utagawa Kunisada II (Japanese, 1823-1880), (3) woodblock prints, to include two beauties on a balcony, 13" x 8-7/8" sight, framed size 21-1/2" x 17-3/4", very good condition, beauties with a letter, 14-3/8" x 9-7/8" sheet, good condition with age toning and an old repair, and beauties- one behind a screen, 14" x 9-1/2" sheet, good condition with 4 small paper flaws 200 300
274 (2) Japanese woodblock prints, to include delegation of men by Yasuo Koniyoshi (Japanese, 1893-1953), 13-3/4" x 9-1/4" plate, framed size 21-7/8" x 13-3/8", very good condition, and a female beauty by Yoshikazu, 13-3/4" x 9-1/8" sight, framed size 21-5/8" x 17-5/8", poor condition, upper and right edges worn 60 120
275 Kunichika (Japanese, 1835-1900), Pr woodblock prints, to include a female figure, 13-1/4" x 8-3/4" sight, framed size 21-1/4" x 17-1/2", very good condition, and a geisha dressed in blue, 12-1/2" 8-3/4" sight, framed size 21-1/4" x 17-1/4", good condition with wear around edges 100 200
276 Kunichika (Japanese, 1835-1900), (3) woodblock prints, to include a samurai with a sword, 13-5/8" x 9" sight, framed size 19-3/4" x 15-1/8", very good condition, another samurai with a sword, 13-1/4" x 8-3/4" sight, framed size 20-1/4" x 16-1/8", good condition with a small hole in the beard, a little staining to the left hand, and a repaired flaw on the right edge, and and actor with a sword, 13-1/2" x 8-3/4" sight, framed size 21-1/4" x 17-1/4", good condition with one repaired natural flaw and a tiny hole in the lower left corner 100 200
277 Kikugawa Toshinobu Eizan (Japanese, 1787-1867), Pr woodblock prints, to include three figures next to a carriage, 9-1/2" x 14" sight, framed size 14-1/8" x 19", very good condition, and a beautiful woman, 14-1/4" x 9-1/2" sight, framed size 21" x 17", fair condition with some fading 100 200
278 Toshi Yoshida (Japanese, 1911-1995), woodblock print "Heirinji Temple Bell", pencil signed, 14-1/2" x 9-3/8" plate, framed size 20" x 14-5/8", very good condition 200 300
279 Utagawa Yoshitora (Japanese, active 1840-1880), woodblock print of a battle scene, 13-1/2" x 8-3/4" sight, framed size 21-3/4" x 17-3/4", fair condition with a few worm trails and flaws, edges frayed 40 80
280 Jean Michel Moreau le Jeune (French, 1741-1814), etching "Vue de la Place Neuve de Louis XV le Bien-Aime", 13" x 21-1/8" plate, 19-1/2" x 27-1/4" sheet, very good condition 200 300
281 Adalbert Johann Volk (American, 1828-1912), (2) etchings to include Stonewall Jackson, measures 4-3/4" x 4" plate, framed size 10-1/2" x 9-5/8", and Abraham Lincoln as Don Quixote with Benjamin Butler as Sancho Panza, measures 6-1/4" x 7-1/4" plate, framed size 11-1/2" x 12-1/2", both in good condition, Volk was a Confederate artist and cartoonist during the Civil War and assisted the Confederate cause by producing etchings and drawings that villified the Union army and heroized the soldiers for the South 200 300
282 William Hogarth (British, 1697–1764), (2) engravings to include "The Distrest Poet", dated 1740, measures 14-1/8" x 16-1/8 plate, framed size 21-1/4" x 23", and "A Midnight Modern Conversation", measures 13-1/2" x 18-1/2" plate, framed size 20-3/4" x 25-1/4" 300 400
283 Louis Haghe (British, 1806-1885) after drawings by David Roberts (British, 1796-1864), (4) lithographs and (1) etched map from the series published in Roberts' book " 'The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt & Nubia" (Day & Son, London, 1855-1856), to include "Tomb of Aaron", measures 9-3/8" x 13-1/4" image, framed size 18-5/8" x 21-1/4", "Stone of Unction, Church of the Holy Sepulchre", measures 3-5/8" x 13-1/8" image, framed size 18-1/4" x 21-1/4", "Sidon", measures 3-3/4" x 13-1/4" image, framed size 18-1/4" x 21-1/4", and "Entrance to Petra", in contemporary hand color, measures 20-1/4" x 13" image, framed size 26-1/4" x 20-1/4", map entitled "Map to Illustrate the Route of David Roberts, Esq: RA in the Holy Land, Petrea & Syria", measures 20-1/2" x 14-1/2" sight, framed size 26-1/4" x 20-1/4", foxed 400 600
284 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Me-Te-A, A Pottawatomie Chief" by FW Greenough, Philadelphia, dated 1838, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 14" x 10-3/4" sight, framed size 25-3/4" x 22-3/4", very good condition 200 300
285 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Waa-Pa-Shaw, A Sioux Chief" by JT Bowen Lithography Company, dated 1837 from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 14-3/4" x 10-3/4" sight, framed size 28-1/2" x 24-1/2", very good condition 200 300
286 Henry Farrer (American, 1843-1903), attr, pencil drawing of a barn with ducks, unsigned, measures 5" x 5-3/4" sight, framed size 9-3/4" x 10-1/2", very good condition 300 400
287 Salvatore Pinto (American, 1905-1966), etching of Philadelphia, pencil signed, measures 8-5/8" x 11-5/8" plate, framed size 14-3/4" x 17", good condition with mat burn visible around the edges 100 200
288 Isaac Cruikshank (Scottish, 1756-1811), engraving of a poor family at home, 5-1/2" x 7-1/2" sight, framed size 12" x 15", very good condition 60 120
289 Jean Louis Forain (French, 1852-1931), etching "L'ambulante", measures 6" x 3-5/8" plate, 9-5/8" x 6-3/8" sheet 300 400
294 Manuscript map of Delaware, late 18th cent, drawn by Rebecca McElwee, ink on parchment, measures 14-1/2" x 8-1/4" sight, framed size 20-3/4" x 14-1/2", excellent condition 100 200
295 Land indenture dated 6 Oct 1749 between Robert Mitchell and Hugh Longwool for 80 acres in New Munster, MD, near Christiana Creek for a sum of 67 GBP, with extensive mold damage 40 80
296 [Bayard Taylor] Manuscript letter signed and dated New York, 11 Jun 1848, translated verses by Friedrich Rueckert, measures 6-1/2" x 4-1/8", in excellent condition 100 200
297 Promotion certificate dated 29 Nov 1728 elevating one John Smith to the rank of Cornet of the Independent Troop of the Militia for Queens County, NY, signed by Royal Gov John Montgomerie and Secretary of the Province Isaac Bobin; Printed form completed in manuscript, in good condition 80 120
298 [Colonial interest] Land transfer agreement dated 11 Nov 1754 between James Clark and Solomon Williams for a parcel of land in Lebanon, Connecticut for the sum of 95 shillings; Printed form completed in manuscript; Williams was pastor of the First Congregational Church in Lebanon 60 120
299 Le Blond, Jean-Baptiste Alexandre (French, 1679-1719), (3) engravings on paper, (2) of substantial garden urns and (1) of an elaborate wall moulding, largest measures 8-1/4" x 5-3/4" pl, all in good condition 60 120
300 Pr hand-colored lithographs on paper, "Thayendanegea, Great Captain of the Six Nations" and "Hoo-Wan-Ne-Ka, A Winnebago Chief", by JT Bowen Lithography Company, from the 1848-1850 octavo edition of "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., Philadelphia, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, both 8-3/8" x 7-7/8" sight, framed size 14-3/4" x 11-3/4", somewhat foxed 80 120
301 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Com-No-Sa-Qua, A Pottawatomie Chief" by Duval & Lehman Lithographers, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 11-3/4" x 10" sight, framed size 21-3/4" x 16-3/4", very good condition 200 300
302 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Kish-Ke-Kosh, A Fox Brave" by JT Bowen Lithography Company, dated 1836, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 16-3/4" x 11-1/2" sight, framed size 21-1/2" x 18-1/2", very good condition, a couple of spots, small marginal tear 200 300
303 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Kish-Kallo-Wa, Shawnee Chief" by Lehman & Duval Lithographers, dated 1836, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 17" x 12" sight, framed size 25-1/4" x 19-1/2", very good condition, a little foxed 200 300
304 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Naw-Kaw or Wood" by Lehman & Duval Lithographers, dated 1834, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 16-7/8" x 11-3/4" sight, framed size 25-1/4" x 19-1/4", very good condition, a couple of spots, small marginal tear 200 300
305 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Wa-Baun-See, A Pottawatomie Chief" by J.T. Bowen Lithography Company, dated 1838, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 15-3/4" x 12-1/4" sight, framed size 24" x 20", very good condition 200 300
306 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Kai-Pol-E-Quah, White Nosed Fox" by J.T. Bowen Lithography Company, dated 1836, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 17" x 12" sight, framed size 25-1/4" x 19-1/4", very good condition 200 300
307 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Thayendanegea, The Great Captain of the Six Nations" by J.T. Bowen Lithography Company, dated 1838, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 16-3/4" x 12" sight, framed size 25-1/2" x 19-1/2", very good condition 200 300
308 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Asseola, A Seminole Leader" by J.T. Bowen Lithography Company, dated 1842, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 17-1/2" x 12-1/4" sight, framed size 25" x 19", very good condition 200 300
309 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Wa-Em-Boesh-Kaa, A Chippewa Chief" by JT Bowen Lithography Company, dated 1837, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 16-7/8" x 12" sight, framed size 25-1/4" x 19-1/2", very good condition, with a biographical leaf from the book 200 300
310 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Ap-Pa-Noo-See, Saukie Chief" by J.T. Bowen Lithography Company, dated 1838, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 16-3/4" x 12" sight, framed size 25-1/4" x 19-1/2", very good condition, with a biographical leaf from the book 200 300
311 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Ma-Has-Kah, or White Cloud, An Ioway Chief" by Lehman & Duval Lithographers, dated 1837, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 17" x 12" sight, framed size 25-1/2" x 19-1/2", very good condition 200 300
312 Hand-colored lithograph on paper, "Ong-Pa-Ton-Ga, Chief of the Omahas" by JT Bowen Lithography Company, dated 1838, from the book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America", 3 vols., folio, Philadelphia, 1837 - 1844 by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, 15-1/8" x 11-3/8" sight, framed size 21-3/4" x 16-3/4", very good condition, a little foxed 200 300



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