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Lot: 1 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 6 volumes]

6 folio volumes of 17th, and 18th century printed books. Tallest measures 14.25". Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 2 - [Bible, New Testament in Arabic, 1727]

[New Testament in Arabic.] [London], 1727. 4to (9.25" x 7.5".) 463, [3] pp. (or, pi1, a-3M4). Period paneled calf, rear board detached and front hinge cracked, light scuffing and loss to extremities. Contents with faded water-staining, otherwise

Lot: 3 - King James Bible, Provenance

THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE NEW. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1783. Thick 8vo, 8.25" x 5". Complete, collates A-3B8, 3C2; A-M8; 3D-3R8, 3S6. Period paneled calf with some scuffs, rubbing, and loss to extremities, hinges strong

Lot: 4 - [Embroidered Binding, Bible]

Holy Bible. Cambridge: University Press, [n.d., ca. 1900.] Color maps at rear. Contents clean. IN A BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERED BINDING, with intricate floral stitching on rose-colored velvet, silk endpapers. Velvet rubbed in places and lightly faded, some

Lot: 5 - Hans Sloane's History of Jamaica, 1751

Sloane, Hans. HISTOIRE DE LA JAMAIQUE, TRADUITE DE L'ANGLOIS. London (i.e. likely Pairs): Nourse, 1751. 2 vols. 6.5" x 3.75". [4], 285; [2], 248 pp. + 6 folding plates. Handsomely bound in period calf with gilt to spine over compartments, light loss

Lot: 6 - Eli Whitney, Early American Imprint, Scarce

Whitney, Eli. AN ORATION ON THE DEATH OF MR. ROBERT GRANT, A MEMBER OF THE SENIOR CLASS IN YALE COLLEGE…. New-Haven: Thomas and Samuel Green, 1792. 8vo, stitched tract. 15, [1] pp. Untrimmed and as-issued. Chip and tear to title, light stains to

Lot: 7 - [Mining, Mineralogy] Metallurgia Becheri 1660

Becher, Johann Joachim. NATUR-KUNDIGUNG DER METALLEN. MIT VIELEN CURIOSEN…. Frankfurt: Ammon and Serlin, 1661. 6.25" x 3.5". [16], 347, [37] pp., including additional engraved title (dated 1660.) 20th c. full vellum in period style, contents

Lot: 8 - [Plates] L'Architettura, 1758, 1st. Ed.

Vitruvius Pollio, Marcus; Galiani, Berardo. L'ARCHITETTURA DI M. VITRUVIO POLLIONE COLLA TRADUZIONE ITALIANA E COMENTO DEL MARCHEE BERARDO GALIANI. Naples: Stamperia Simoniana, 1758. Folio (14" x 9.5".) Complete: [8], xxxii, 462, [2] pp. + 25 leaves

Lot: 9 - Daniel Defoe. The Experiment, 1705, 1st ed.

Defoe, Daniel. THE EXPERIMENT: OR, THE SHORTEST WAY WITH THE DISSENTERS EXEMPLIFIED. BEING THE CASE OF MR. ABRAHAM GILL... AND A FULL ACCOUNT OF HIS BEING SENT FOR A SOLDIER, BY MR. FERN... AND OTHER CONSPIRATORS. London: B. Bragg, 1705. 4to. [6], 58

Lot: 10 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 10 volumes]

10 folio volumes of 18th century printed books. Tallest measures 15.25". Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 11 - [American Whaling Ship Log Book, 1838]

Manuscript log-book for the whaling brig William. Dated June 1838 through December 1838. Folio, 12.25" x 7.5". Brown ink on wove. 19 leaves. Bound in later plain cloth covers, covers a bit soiled, contents with light toning/foxing, small portion of

Lot: 12 - [Bibliophilia] Catalogue of Falconet, 1763

Falconet, Camille. CATALOGUE DE LA BIBLIOTHEQUE DE FEU M. FALCONET, MEDECIN CONSULTANT DU ROI…. Paris: Barrios, 1763. 2v., 8vo. xliv, 543, [1]; 829, [1] pp., including Table of Authors. Period calf over paper boards, chip to base of second

Lot: 13 - Large Old Master Painting, after Giorgione

After Italian painter Giorgione (1478–1510, Venetian school.) "Madonna and Child Between St. Francis and St. Nicasius," also known as "Castelfranco Madonna." Oil on canvas, in wooden frame, circa 18th century. Measured in frame 83.25" x 61" (or

Lot: 14 - Thomas Jefferson & J. Madison SIGNED Passport

Partially printed passport document, finished by hand and signed by Thomas Jefferson (as President) and James Madison (as Secretary of State.) January 24, 1807. On laid with watermark, 20.5" x 16.75". Creased as previously folded, some very small

Lot: 15 - [British Maritime] Her Majesty's Dock-Yards

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS TO BE STRICTLY COMPLIED WITH BY ALL OFFICERS AND OTHERS IN HER MAJESTY'S DOCK-YARDS. London: Her Majesty's Stationary Office, [1844]. 8vo. [6], 186, 7, [1], 187-199, [1] pp. Bound in full calf, with Royal Navy Admiralty crest in

Lot: 16 - [Illustration] Don Quixote, 1770, 4 v. Set

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. THE HISTORY AND ADVENTURES OF THE RENOWNED DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA. London: Strahan [et al], 1770. 4th ed. 4v., 6.75" x 4". [4], xl, 293; [4], 314; [2], xi, [1], 331; [2], 322 pp. + 28 engraved plates (complete.)

Lot: 17 - [U.S. Navy] Rockwell's Life at Sea PRES. COPY

Rockwell, Charles. SKETCHES OF FOREIGN TRAVEL AND LIFE AT SEA; INCLUDING A CRUISE ON BOARD A MAN-O-WAR… AND A TREATISE ON THE NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES. Boston: Tappan and Dennet, 1842. 8vo. 2 volumes bound in 1. Frontispiece, xviii, [2, blank],

Lot: 18 - Discovery of America by Prince Madog….

Williams, John. AN ENQUIRY INTO THE TRUTH OF THE TRADITION, CONCERNING THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA, BY PRINCE MADOG AB OWEN GWYNEDD, ABOUT THE YEAR, 1170. London: printed by J. Brown, 1791. 8vo, stitched, as issued. viii, 82, [6] pp., including final ad

Lot: 19 - [Illustration, Binding] Pygmalion, 1775

Berquin, Arnaud; Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. PYGMALION, SCENE LYRIQUE DE MR. J. J. ROUSSEAU. (Bound With) IDYLLE. Paris, 1775. 8.5" x 6". 2 works in one volume. [4], 18; [2], 8 pp. Nicely bound in ca. 19th c. morocco marbled in variety of shades, spine

Lot: 20 - [Civil War, Slaves] Confederate ALS, Dec. 1863

Autograph Letter Signed, by John Reid. Lafayette, Alabama. December 18th, 1863. 8.5" x 6". [3], [1] pp., on wove, single folded sheet. Creased, as previously folded, blank page with some soiling, mild toning, three very tiny holes at folds, Very

Lot: 21 - [Gastronomy] Discourse on Salads, 1699

Evelyn, John. ACETARIA. A DISCOURSE OF SALLETS. London: for B. Tooke, 1699. 6.25" x 3.5". [40], 192, [50] pp., + 1 folding table, includes errata (b4) bound at rear. Ca. early 19th c. 1/4 calf over marbled boards, boards toned, some scuffs,

Lot: 22 - [Americana] Consequences of Excise Laws, 1795

[Callender, James Thomson.] A SHORT HISTORY OF THE NATURE AND CONSEQUENCES OF EXCISE LAWS; INCLUDING SOME ACCOUNT OF THE RECENT INTERRUPTION TO THE MANUFACTORIES OF SNUFF AND REFINED SUGAR. Philadelphia: for the Booksellers, Dec. 7, 1795. 8vo,

Lot: 23 - [Plates by Princess Elizabeth] Triumph of Cupid,

Tomkins, Peltro William; Princess Elizabeth. THE BIRTH AND TRIUMPH OF CUPID. London: Tomkins, 1795. Oblong folio (14.25" x 10.75".) Engraved title and 26 engraved plates by Tomkins after designs by Princess Elizabeth, with original paper guards.

Lot: 24 - [Map, Early Florida] La Florida

[Ortelius.] 3 maps on 1 sheet: (upper right) Chaves, Geronimo de. "La Florida. Auctore Hieron Chiaues." (lower right) "Gvastecan Reg." (left) Mendez, Diego de. "Pervviae avriferae regionis typvs." [Antwerp, ca. late 1500s.] On laid, printed text to

Lot: 25 - Funerary Linen, Hieratic MS, Book of the Dead

Lot of 8 fragments of Hieratic funerary linen; likely from the Book of the Dead and dating to approximately 100 B.C. or slightly later. See photos for dimensions/scale. The Book of the Dead was intended to guide the deceased in the afterlife. Sold

Lot: 26 - [Maritime] First Voyage, SS Great Western

Hosken, James; Claxton, Christopher. THE LOGS OF THE FIRST VOYAGE, MADE WITH THE UNCEASING AID OF STEAM, BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA, BY THE GREAT WESTERN, OF BRISTOL. Bristol: at the Mirror Office by John Taylor, [1838.] 9.5" x 6". [4], vi, [1], 76,

Lot: 27 - [Early Apologetics] Discourse of the Universe

Grew, Nehemiah. COSMOLOGIA SACRA: OR A DISCOURSE OF THE UNIVERSE AS IT IS THE CREATURE AND KINGDOM OF GOD. London: for W. Rogers [et al], 1701. Folio (12" x 7.5".) Engraved portrait frontis, [14], xviii, 204, 209-351, 354-372 pp. (printer's errors in

Lot: 28 - Voltaire, on Religious Toleration, 1764

Voltaire. A TREATISE ON RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. OCCASIONED BY THE EXECUTION OF THE UNFORTUNATE JOHN CALAS; UNJUSTLY CONDEMNED AND BROKEN UPON THE WHEEL AT TOULOUSE, FOR THE SUPPOSED MURDER OF HIS OWN SON. London: T. Becket and P.A. de Hondt, 1764. 8vo.

Lot: 29 - Ralph Waldo Emerson, on Slavery, 1844

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. AN ADDRESS DELIVERED IN THE COURT-HOUSE IN CONCORD… ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE EMANCIPATION OF THE NEGROES IN THE BRITISH WEST INDIES. Boston: James Munroe, 1844. Second Thousand. 8vo, 34 pp. In original publisher's printed

Lot: 30 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 6 volumes]

6 folio volumes of 18th century printed books, vellum. Tallest measures 15.75". Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 31 - [China] Madame Chiang Kai-Shek, a Pair

Pair of addresses by Madame Chiang Kai-Shek: *** CHINA AS TOLD BY MADAME CHIANG KAI-SHEK IN A SERIES OF ADDRESSES IN NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO, CHICAGO AND IN OTTAWA, CANADA, IN BEHALF OF THE CHINESE RELIEF AND OF THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT. York (PA):

Lot: 32 - [Feminism] The Character of Women, 1774

Thomas, Antoine Leonard. ESSAY ON THE CHARACTER, MANNERS, AND GENIUS OF WOMEN IN DIFFERENT AGES. Philadelphia: Aitken, 1774. 6.25" x 3.75". 2 volumes bound in 1. [8], 124, [4], 129, [3] pp., complete with dedication and ads. Period full sheep rubbed,

Lot: 33 - [Feminism] Woman & Her Master, 1840

Lady Morgan (Sydney Morgan.) WOMAN AND HER MASTER. Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1840. 2v., 8vo. viii, 13-222, [2]; [6, ads], [2], iv, 9-207 pp. (complete, with half-titles and ads.) 20th c. cloth with matching custom cloth jackets, title with early

Lot: 34 - [Shakespeare Head Press] Homer's Works Ltd. Ed.

THE WHOLE WORKS OF HOMER. Oxford: Shakespeare Head Press, 1930-1931. 5v. 11.5" x 8". With woodcut portrait, title borders, and numerous full-page illustrations by John Farleigh. Publisher's 1/2 calf over beige cloth boards, boards lightly soiled,

Lot: 35 - Specimens of Gothic Architecture, Plates

Pugin, Augustus. SPECIMENS OF GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE; SELECTED FROM VARIOUS ANCIENT EDIFICES IN ENGLAND. London: M. A. Nattali, [1825]. 3rd ed. 2 vols., 11.5" x 9.25". Complete with 114 engraved plates + text. Text collates xx, 44; xxiii, [1], 34, 24

Lot: 36 - [Botany, Color Plates] Botanist's Repository

Andrews, H. C. THE BOTANIST'S REPOSITORY, COMPRISING COLOUR'D ENGRAVINGS OF NEW AND RARE PLANTS… BOTANICAL DESCRIPTIONS IN LATIN AND ENGLISH AFTER THE LINNAEAN SYSTEM. [London: Bensley, ca. 1803-1815]. Volumes 5–10 (of 10). 11" x 8.25".

Lot: 37 - [Roaring 20s, Flappers, Feminism]

EXPERIENCE ANNUAL NO. 2. NAUGHTY NICE EDITION. N.p., n.d., circa early 1920s. 8vo in pictorial paper wrappers. 128 pp. A bit of age-toning, else quite well preserved. *************** AN EXTREMELY SCARCE PUBLICATION, focused towards the "flappers" of

Lot: 38 - [Signer of Declaration, William Ellery] Ledger,

William Ellery's ledger, oblong folio in stitched buff paper wrappers. Leaves captioned (at top) "Abstract of Bounty on dried and pickled fish, and salted provision exported from the District of Newport" and dated between 1790 and 1799. 21 leaves,

Lot: 39 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 5 volumes]

5 folio volumes of 16th and 18th century printed books, all in vellum. Including 4 volumes of D. HIERONYMI OPERUM. Basel, 1565; being volumes 4-9, and index, bound in 4. Some defects. Tallest of the lot measures 15.75". Sold as antique bindings,

Lot: 40 - Mummy Mask Cartonnage, 4 Pieces

Lot of 4 fragments of cartonnage from mummy masks. One is painted plaster on linen, two painted plaster on papyrus inscribed with Greek text, and one painted plaster on papyrus and linen and inscribed with what appears to be Hieratic text. The

Lot: 41 - Mathew Buchinger Calligraphy Specimen, 1719/20

Matthais Buchinger (or "Matthew Buckinger") calligraphy specimen. With headpiece in the center with the name "John Rochfort," "ABC" on left and in reverse on right / "This is Written by / Mathew Buchinger (upside down) / born Without / Hands or Feet

Lot: 42 - Japanese Woodblock Prints/Book, Lot of 25

Japanese woodblock prints, believed to be an unbound book, 25 leaves, each containing woodblock prints in color (possibly hand-painted) and most with text to recto and verso. Circa 19th century, sheets measure 13.5" x 9.75". On thin paper, some light

Lot: 43 - William Faulkner at Nagano, with Photos

FAULKNER AT NAGANO. EDITED BY ROBERT A. JELLIFFE. Tokyo: Kenkyusha, 1956. 1st edition (stated.) 7.25" x 5". viii, 206, [1] pp. + 4 photographic plates. Hardcover in jacket. Book Near Fine, jacket with some toning/wear (primarily to spine panel.)

Lot: 44 - [Currency, Some Fractional, American, 20 Items]

Lot of 20 pieces of paper currency, including some fractional currency. Of note are included a colonial American one Dollar Maryland note dated 1770 (split into three pieces and tipped onto paper), one French note dated 1791, some fractional American

Lot: 45 - [Map] Coast of Georgia, S.C., Florida, Savannah

Hughes, Andrew. "A Draught of South Carolina and Georgia from Sewee to St. Estaca." London: W. Mount and T. Page, [1778.] Measured from neatlines 32.25" x 18". Professionally mounted at points to acid-free board and matted, as previously framed.

Lot: 46 - [American Imprint] Dialogues of Devils, 1794

Macgowan, John. INFERNAL CONFERENCE: OR, DIALOGUES OF DEVILS. BY THE LISTENER. Philadelphia: Stewart and Cochran, 1794. 6.5" x 4". 2 volumes bound in one, second volume with separate title, though pagination continuous: vi, [1], 8-334, [2, ads] pp.

Lot: 47 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 5 volumes]

5 folio volumes of 17th, and 18th century printed books. Tallest measures 15.25". Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 48 - [Quaker Diary] John Rutty's Diary, 1796

Rutty, John. A SPIRITUAL DIARY, AND SOLILOQUIES. London: James Phillips, 1796. 2nd ed. 8.25" x 5". xix, [1], 421, [3] pp., including ad leaf. Full period tree-calf, spine ruled in gilt with title label in gilt, front hinge partially cracked, else

Lot: 49 - Corancez on Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1798

Corancez, Olivier de. ANECDOTES OF THE LAST TWELVE YEARS OF THE LIFE OF J. J. ROUSSEAU, ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE JOURNAL DE PARIS… TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH. London: for James Wallis, 1798. 7" x 4.25". [2], xiii, [1], 104 pp. Period sheep,

Lot: 50 - Sendak. Where the Wild Things Are [SIGNED]

Sendak, Maurice. WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE. New York: Harper & Row, [1974.] Oblong 4to. Original illustrated boards, in jacket with price of $4.95 to front flap and Caldecott award sticker to front. Lower corner of front flap clipped, spine panel

Lot: 51 - [American Shipping, Delano Archive and Trunk]

Large collection of documents and travel trunk, dating from the late 1700s to the mid 1800s. Approximately 195 pieces in total. Varying in size and condition, the documents are primarily account sheets, invoices and receipts related to Benjamin

Lot: 52 - [Provenance, Revolutionary War] Rowley's Poems

[Chatterton, Thomas.] POEMS, SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN WRITTEN AT BRISTOL, IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY, BY THOMAS ROWLEY…. London: for T. Payne, 1782. 4to (11" x 9".) xix, [1], 545, [2] pp, + 1 full-page plate. Bound in full marbled calf with gilt to

Lot: 53 - [War of 1812] Manuscript Poem and Diatribe

Circa 1813, a manuscript (from American perspective) containing a poem which is largely taken from a Joel Barlow hymn with portions changed to include talk of scalping and other atrocities which the scribe lays squarely at the feet of the British

Lot: 54 - Samuel Drake on Indian Chiefs, 1832, 1st ed.

Drake, Samuel. INDIAN BIOGRAPHY, CONTAINING THE LIVES OF MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED INDIAN CHIEFS… AND A HISTORY OF THEIR WARS MUCH OF WHICH IS TAKEN FROM MANUSCRIPTS NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED. Boston: Josiah Drake, 1832. 8vo. 348 pp. Complete with

Lot: 55 - [Period Bindings, Quartos, 20 vol. Set]

20 quarto volumes of 18th century printed books. 9.5" tall. All intact, being a full 20 volume set of R. P. Natalis Alexandri… HISTORIA ECCLESIASTICA. With Supplement. Printed 1785-1791. Half-calf. Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is.

Lot: 56 - Roosevelt. Hoofs, Claws and Antlers, LTD ED.

Roosevelt, Theodore (introduction); [Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Wallihan, photographers]. HOOFS, CLAWS AND ANTLERS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. Denver: Thayer, 1894. 11.75" x 10". With 35 photographic plates. Publisher's cloth, rebacked, clean overall with a few

Lot: 57 - Early American Imprint, London Fire, God's Wrath

Vincent, Thomas. GOD'S TERRIBLE VOICE IN THE CITY. WHEREIN ARE SET FORTH… THE VOICE, IN A NARRATION OF THE TWO DREADFUL JUDGEMENTS OF PLAGUE AND FIRE, INFLICTED UPON THE CITY OF LONDON. Bridgeport: Lockwood & Backus, 1811. 5.25" x 3.25". 108

Lot: 58 - Lot of 6 Commemorative Medallions

Lot of six commemorative medallions, primarily American leaders. The largest measures 7.5 cm wide, and the smallest 6 cm. Includes Andrew Jackson, Robert E. Lee, Frederick Talmadge, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and Joan of Arc. All appear

Lot: 59 - Lewis and Clark Expedition, Atlas Volume

Thwaites, Reuben Gold. ATALS ACCOMPANYING THE ORIGINAL JOURNALS OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION. New York: Dodd, Mead ad Company, 1905. Large 8vo. Volume 8, atlas volume only. Containing over 60 folding maps (complete and as per list, which lists

Lot: 60 - [Civil War Ships, British Reports, Lot of 3]

Lot of 3 British government reports on Civil War vessels in use in America, including iron-clads and steamers. Each one is from a series of Parliamentary Reports regarding the Civil War in America and its impact on British interest. All folios, bound

Lot: 61 - [Early American Imprints, Shelf-Lot, 8 Items]

Lot of early American imprints, sold as-is, all with defects to bindings and some with defects to text, some missing boards, largest of this lot is 8vo, including: * Morse. ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY. Boston, 1796. * THE CHRISTIAN HISTORY. MAY 12, 1744,

Lot: 62 - Alex Haley. Roots [INSCRIBED & SIGNED]

Haley, Alex. ROOTS. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, [1976.] 8vo hardcover in jacket. 688 pp. Edition unstated. Dust-jacket Very Good, with price of $12.50, small yellow sticker to flap (below price.) Light wear to spine ends, spine very slightly

Lot: 63 - [18th c. American Medical Dissertations, a Pair]

A pair of medical works, both by Americans, including: * Logan, George (of Carolina). DISSERTATIO INAUGURALIS DE MORBIS INFANTUM ARCENDIS ET CURANDIS. Edinburgh: Balfour and Smellie, 1773. 8vo. [6], 44 pp. Modern paper over boards, clean, Very Good.

Lot: 64 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 5 volumes]

5 folio volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books in period bindings. Tallest measures 14". Includes: ** Drexel's works, 1643, 2 volume set, bound in reverse calf. ** Fagnani Commentaria. Venice, 1719. 6 vols bound in 3, vellum with some

Lot: 65 - [First American Angling Book, 1833]

Smith, Jerome. NATURAL HISTORY OF THE FISHES OF MASSACHUSETTS, EMBRACING A PRACTICAL ESSAY ON ANGLING. Boston: Allen and Ticknor, 1833. 8vo. vii, [1], 399, [1, errata] pp. With illustrations in-text. Original cloth over paper boards, spine chipped,

Lot: 66 - Louisa Stanhope. Bandit's Bride. Exeter (NH) 1825

Stanhope, Louisa Sidney. THE BANDIT'S BRIDE; OR, THE MAID OF SAXONY. A ROMANCE. Exeter, N.H.: J. & B. Williams, 1825. 5.25" x 3". 2 vol. 207; 218 pp. Period leather-backed boards, rather worn and tired, chipped, etc. (see photos). Contents with

Lot: 67 - [Early Amer. Engraving] Works of Josephus, Folio

Josephus, Flavius; Maynard; Kimpton. THE WHOLE GENUINE AND COMPLETE WORKS OF FLAVIUS JOSEPHUS THE LEARNED AND AUTHENTIC JEWISH HISTORIAN, AND CELEBRATED WARRIOR. Philadelphia: Archibald Woodruff and John Turner, 1795. Folio, (16.75" x 10".) 723, [3]

Lot: 68 - [Americana] The American Farrier + 2 Others

Franklin, Augustus. THE AMERICAN FARRIER… BEING A SURE GUIDE TO PREVENT AND CURE ALL MALADIES AND DISTEMPERS THAT ARE INCIDENT TO HORSES. Strasburg (PA): Brown and Bowman, 1803. 1st ed. 6.5" x 3.75". iv, 5-290 pp. Period sheep, rubbed and

Lot: 69 - [Greek New Testament, 1st American Ed.]

NOVUM TESTAMENTUM. Wigorniae (MA): Isaias Thomas, Jun., April, 1800. 6.5" x 4". 478, [2, ads] pp. Period sheep, rubbed and worn, spine ends chipped, all intact, text-block just splitting near front. Early ink inscriptions to front/rear blanks, foxing

Lot: 70 - Theodore Roosevelt. Outdoor Pastimes

Roosevelt, Theodore. OUTDOOR PASTIMES OF AN AMERICAN HUNTER. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, October, 1905. 8vo. xi, [1], 369 pp. + frontis and 48 plates (complete, as per list.) Publisher's cloth rebacked with original spine (chipped) laid on,

Lot: 71 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 3 volumes]

3 folio volumes of 18th century printed books in period bindings. Tallest measures 15". Includes: ** Jacobi Pignatelli… Novissimae Consultationes Canonicae. Venice, 1723. 2 vols bound in one, vellum. ** Claudio La Croix... Theologia Moralis.

Lot: 72 - Spencer's Narrative, Mohawk Captivity

NARRATIVE OF OLIVER M. SPENCER; COMPRISING AN ACCOUNT OF HIS CAPTIVITY AMONG THE MOHAWK INDIANS, IN NORTH AMERICA. London: John Mason, 1842. Second edition. 6" x 3.75". 281, [1], [12, ads] pp. Original cloth boards nearly detached and spine panel

Lot: 73 - Pickett's History of Alabama

Pickett, Albert James. HISTORY OF ALABAMA AND INCIDENTALLY OF GEORGIA AND MISSISSIPPI, FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD. Birmingham: Webb Book Company, 1900. 7.75" x 5.5". With portrait frontis, and illustrations in-text. 773 pp. Publisher's green cloth,

Lot: 74 - [Historical Novel, American Revolution]

Peterson, Charles J. GRACE DUDLEY; OR, ARNOLD AT SARATOGA. AN HISTORICAL NOVEL. Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson, [1849]. 8vo. [2], 7-111, [1, ad] pp. (wanting half-title?). Illustrated. Disbound. Some minor stains to lower margin, one leaf chipped

Lot: 75 - [Slavery, Civil War, a Pair]

Pair of books related to slavery and the American Civil War, including: ** THE THREE SECESSION MOVEMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES. Samuel J. Tilden. Boston: John Wilson and Son, 1876. 8vo, stitched pamphlet. 24, 16 pp. Title with ink mark to upper left

Lot: 76 - Civil War Diary, Print and Manuscript

1864. Civil War diary kept by William Symmes, an Ohio Storekeeper. Printed material and completed throughout in manuscript by Symmes. Includes updates on the Civil War (among the more ordinary entries, weather, etc.), including Lincoln's re-election.

Lot: 77 - [Period Bindings, Vellum, Quartos, 4 vols.]

4 volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books, quartos. Tallest measures 9.75". One in limp vellum contains two volumes bound in 1; the other 3 vellum over wooden boards, with clasps intact. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is.

Lot: 78 - [Native Americans] Memoirs of Timberlake, 1765

Timberlake, Henry. THE MEMOIRS OF LIEUT. HENRY TIMBERLAKE, (WHO ACCOMPANIED THE THREE CHEROKEE INDIANS TO ENGLAND IN THE YEAR 1762. London: for the Author and sold by J. Ridley, 1765. 7.75" x 4.5". viii, 160 pp., *defective, lacking the map, the

Lot: 79 - [New York Ethical Movement, Humanism, Socialism]

TWENTY YEARS OF THE ETHICAL MOVEMENT IN NEW YORK AND OTHER CITIES. Philadelphia: Weston, 1896. 7.5" x 5.25". [4], 72 pp. Publisher's red cloth with title stamped in gilt to front cover, showing a bit of toning to spine but very minimal wear. Contents

Lot: 80 - Easton, Mass., Early 19th c. MS Day-Book

Portion of Perez Packard's day-book/ledger. Stoughton, Mass. Folio, [30] pp., + blanks. Contains entries between 1805 and 1816. Period reverse calf boards detached, no spine, essentially a disbound fragment. Contents with soiling and various evidence

Lot: 81 - Mountain's Visit to North-West America Mission

Mountain, George J. THE JOURNAL OF THE BISHOP OF MONTREAL, DURING A VISIT TO THE CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY'S NORTH-WEST AMERICA MISSION. London, 1845. 6.75" x 4". vii, 236 pp., + double-page map and 4 plates. Green cloth boards detached and spine

Lot: 82 - [Early American Imprints, Shelf-Lot, 7 Items]

Lot of early American imprints, sold as-is, all with defects to bindings and some with defects to text, some missing boards, largest of this lot is 8vo, including: * Brown. THE CHRISTIAN JOURNAL. Philadelphia, 1796. * Fenning. THE AMERICAN YOUTH'S

Lot: 83 - [North and South American Relations, 1818]

[Brackenridge, Henry M.] NORTH AMERICAN PAMPHLET ON SOUTH AMERICA AFFAIRS. London, 1818. 8vo. 35-83 pp. Disbound, an unopened and untrimmed copy. Some light foxing, Very Good. ********************* Per Sabin: This is a reprint of No. 7172 infra in

Lot: 84 - Considerations on the Embargo Laws, Webster

[Webster, Daniel.] CONSIDERATIONS ON THE EMBARGO LAWS. [Boston, 1808.] 8vo. 16 pp. Stitched pamphlet (strong broken). Lower corner of first leaf with 3" chip (no loss of text), some other marginal fraying/chipping, faint horizontal crease, a few

Lot: 85 - [Period Bindings, Quartos, 8 volumes]

8 volumes of 17th, and 18th century printed books. Tallest measures 9.75". Including a 17th c. Virgil in blind-stamped pig, lacks title and several leaves. And others, various. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 86 - [Prostitution in Paris] De la Prostitution, 1857

Parent-Duchatelet, A.J.B. DE LA PROSTITUTION DANS LA VILLE DE PARIS, CONSIDEREE SOUS LE RAPPORT DE L'HYGIENE PUBLIQUE, DE LA MORALE ET DE L'ADMINISTRATION…. Paris, London, New York: J. B. Bailliere et Fils, 1857. 2 vols. 8vo. xiii, [1], 732;

Lot: 87 - [Prostitution] Lot of 3 Books, 18th & 19th c.

Lot of 3 works related to prostitution, all very scarce, including: *** THE TRULY REMARKABLE LIFE OF THE BEAUTIFUL HELEN JEWETT, WHO WAS SO MYSTERIOUSLY MURDERED. Philadelphia: Barclay, (1878). 8vo. [2], 19-64 pp., including several full-page

Lot: 88 - Lot of 18 Early Erotic Photos (Candid, Graphic)

Collection of 18 erotic photos, candid and rather graphic. ***Note: The yellow stars visible in the photos accompanying this lot were added for the purposes of this auction catalogue and do not appear on the actual photos; not all photos are shown,

Lot: 89 - [Prostitution] Modern Babylon, 1885 + 2 Others

[Stead, William Thomas.] THE MAIDEN TRIBUTE OF MODERN BABYLON. London: Roberts, [c. 1885]. 4to. 31, [1 blank, no ad] pp. Modern paper over boards toned and worn, contents toned/browned, title detached, a few short closed tears. ****** SCARCE. First

Lot: 90 - [Prostitution] Magdalen Society, 1830 + 2 Others

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE NEW YORK MAGDALEN SOCIETY. 1831. 8vo. Stitched pamphlet. 16 pp. Untrimmed with some marginal chipping/tearing, horizontal crease (with some abrasion to first leaf along crease). ********* THE

Lot: 91 - [Prostitution] Prostitution in Paris, 1836, + 2

Parent-Duchatelet, A.J.B. DE LA PROSTITUTION DANS LA VILLE DE PARIS, CONSIDEREE SOUS LE RAPPORT DE L'HYGIENE PUBLIQUE, DE LA MORALE ET DE L'ADMINISTRATION…. Bruxelles, 1836. 8vo. [4], 664 pp. + 3 folding plates (plans, table.) Period cloth over

Lot: 92 - Fraxi, on Uncommon Books + 2 on Prostitution

Fraxi, Pisanus (Ashbee, Henry Spencer.) CATENA LIBRORUM TACENDORUM: BEING NOTES… ON CURIOUS AND UNCOMMON BOOKS. London: Privately Printed, 1885. 4to. lvii, [3], 593, [3] pp. + 4 plates including frontis. From an edition of 250. 1/4 morocco over

Lot: 93 - Lot of 18 Early Erotic Photos (Candid, Graphic)

Collection of 18 erotic photos, candid and rather graphic. ***Note: The yellow stars visible in the photos accompanying this lot were added for the purposes of this auction catalogue and do not appear on the actual photos; not all photos are shown,

Lot: 94 - Secrets Des Dames, 1700 + 2 on Prostitution

Digby, Kenelm. NOUVEAUX SECRETS EXPERIMENTEZ, POUR CONSERVER LA BEAUTE DES DAMES, ET POUR GUERIR PLUSIEURS FORTES DE MALADIES. La Haye: Foulque, 1700. 6.25" x 3.75". 2 vols, bound in 1. [20], 192; [8], 156 pp., including engraved frontis to first

Lot: 95 - London Labour and the London Poor, 1861-2

Mayhew, Henry. LONDON LABOUR AND THE LONDON POOR: THE CONDITION AND EARNINGS OF THOSE THAT WILL WORK, CANNOT WORK, AND WILL NOT WORK. London: Charles Griffin, [1861] - 1862. 4 v., 8vo, including the "Extra Volume." With 97 plates on 95 leaves

Lot: 96 - [Prostitution in Portugal] Lot of 4

Lot of 4 works relating to prostitution in Portugal, including: *** Cruz. DA PROSTITUICAO NA CIDADE DE LISBOA…. Lisbon, 1841. 8vo. 457 pp, including tables/charts (3 folding.) 1/4 morocco, fading to spine, contents excellent overall. FIRST

Lot: 97 - [Prostitution] Lot of 3 Works

Lot of 3 works related to prostitution, including: *** RAPPORT SUR LA PROSTITUTION PAR M. DE GOULHOT DE SAINT-GERMAIN... Paris, 1865. 8vo, 31 pp., bound in 1/4 calf with collection of other works, including "Vive Le Luxe!" (Paris, 1865, 47 pp.),

Lot: 98 - Lot of 18 Early Erotic Photos (Candid, Graphic)

Collection of 18 erotic photos, candid and rather graphic. ***Note: The yellow stars visible in the photos accompanying this lot were added for the purposes of this auction catalogue and do not appear on the actual photos; not all photos are shown,

Lot: 99 - [Prostitution] Lucina sine Concubitu + 2 Others

[Hill, John.] LUCINA SINE CONCUBITU. London: Wilcox, 1750. 6" x 3.75". 48 pp. Early 20th c. plain paper over boards, rubbed, contents clean overall with light foxing near front and rear. One of three French editions printed in the same year (the

Lot: 100 - [Prostitution] Collection of Numerous Works

A collection of scarce works related to prostitution, 4 volumes in total, with two of the volumes containing numerous works bound together, sold as-is, including: ***** MEMOIRES JUSTIFICATIFS DE LA COMTESSE DE VALOIS DE LA MOTTE [bound with] SECOND

Lot: 101 - [Prostitution] Lot of 4 Works

Lot of 4 rare works on prostitution, as-is, including: **** Cruz. DA PROSTITUICAO NA CIDADE DE LISBOA. Lisbon, 1841. 8vo. 457, [2] pp., including 3 folding tables. Period blue 1/4 morocco decorated in gilt, light wear, contents clean, a nice example.

Lot: 102 - [Erotica and L'Art Profane] Lot of 3 Works

Lot of 3 works (in 4 volumes) related to erotica, as-is, including: *** Pierrugues. GLOSSARIUM EROTICUM LINGUAE LATINAE. Paris, 1826. Large 8vo. [6], 518 pp. 1/4 morocco, light scuffs, contents with occasional foxing, VG. *** COMMENT ON DEVIENT FEE.

Lot: 103 - Autograph Letter from a Prostitute, to Author

Autograph letter, written by a prostitute to author Maryse Choisy after reading Choisy's "Psychoanalysis of the Prostitute." Undated, circa early 1960s, 9 pages on 5 leaves, blue ink on ruled paper measuring 9" x 6". Creased as originally folded,

Lot: 104 - 19th c. Manuscript on Prostitution, Portugal

V. Lezeret. "De la Prostitution. Documents Administratifs Concernant la Prostitution." Paris, May 19, 1855. 11.75" x 7.75". 111 numbered leaves (complete). Ink on wove paper. Bound in period red calf, ruled and lettered in gilt, some scuffs, shorts

Lot: 105 - [Bible, Binding, Folio, Latin and German]

BIBLIA SACRA, LATINO-GERMANICA. Gratz, 1736. 14.75" x 9". [22], 844 pp. One volume only, contains Genesis through Ecclesiastes. Text in German and Latin in parallel columns. Bound in handsome blind-stamped pig over beveled wooden boards, catches

Lot: 106 - King James "She" Bible, Substantial Fragment, 1611

A substantial disbound fragment of a King James 1611/1613 "She" Bible. Folio, measuring 15.5" x 10.75". Nearly 200 pages, all disbound, some intact bifolia. Contains the following: Amos 2 through Habakkuk 3:7 (i.e. contains complete books of Obadiah,

Lot: 107 - [Anti-Catholic Works, Bound in 1, 19th c.]

Collection of scarce anti-Roman Catholic tracts, bound in one volume: * THE OPPOSERS OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION DEFENDED. London: Nisbet, 1829. 31, [1] p. ** PROTESTANTISM THE POLAR STAR OF ENGLAND. London: Wakefield, n.d. 12 p. ** HINDOOISM IN

Lot: 108 - [Fore-edge Painting, Binding]

BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER. Oxford, 1853. 4.5" x 2.5". Two 19th c. gift inscriptions to front blank, contents clean. Bound in period morocco, with brass edges and clasp. ****************** WITH FORE-EDGE PAINTING OF ROSE. Sold as fore-edge painting,

Lot: 109 - [Period Bindings, Plates, Calmet, 18th c.]

7 quarto volumes, bound in early paper over boards, being commentaries on books of the Bible, by Calmet. Several folding plates. 9.25" tall. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 110 - [Jean-Baptiste Theirs, on Flagellation, 1703]

Thiers, Jean-Baptiste. CRITIQUE DE L'HISTOIRE DES FLAGELLANS, ET JUSTIFICATION DE L'USAGE…. Paris: Jean De Nully, 1703. 6.25" x 3.5". [38], 420, [2] pp. Period calf, one panel of spine chipped and label lifting, front hinge cracked, some other

Lot: 111 - [Czech Manuscript Prayer Book, Early 19th c.]

Prayer book, manuscript in Czech. Early 1800s. 170 leaves on wove paper, 164 x 110mm. Early calf boards detached and worn, spine pulled and torn, contents with instances of soiling/thumbing, occasional light foxing/toning, and some pencil notes. The

Lot: 112 - Pair of Religious Works, one Early American

Pair of books, sold as is, including: ** Rush, Jacob. Charges and Extracts of Charges, on Moral and Religious Subjects. New York: Geo. Forman, May, 1804. An early edition. 6.5" x 4". Period sheep, chipped, boards barely holding, old library label to

Lot: 113 - [Period Bindings, 18th c., 12v Set, in 8 vols]

8 quarto volumes, 18th c., full calf, 9.25" tall. Contains 10 volume set plus 2 volume Supplement, bound in 8. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 114 - [Philosophy & Theology] Benedict Schmier, 1737

Schmier, Patre Benedicto. SACRA THEOLOGIA SCHOLASTICO-POLEMICO-PRACTICA, TRACTATUS VIGINTI NOVEM COMPLECTENS: THEOLOGIS SPECULATIVUS, CONTROVERSISTIS…. [Augsburg]: Strotter, Gastel et Ilger Bibliopolarum, 1737. 3 vol. set. 13" x 8". Complete,

Lot: 115 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 18th c., 4 vol. Set]

Full 4 volume set of 18th century printed books bound in vellum. 16" tall. Being DISPUTATIONUM ROBERTI BELLARMINI… DE CONTROVERSIIS CHRISTIANAE FIDEI… 1721. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 116 - [19th c. Manuscript Sermons, Cholera, Crimea]

19th c. journal containing manuscript sermons, with some mention of Cholera and the Crimean War. First sermon dated October 6, 1853. 6" x 3.75", 49 leaves containing manuscript, remainder blanks. Bound in period limp crimson morocco, marbled

Lot: 117 - Pedro de Navarra. Toletani Theologi, 1605

Pedro de Navarra. TOLETANI THEOLOGI, DE ABLATORUM RESTITUTIONE IN FORO CONSCIENTIAE. Brescia: Mariam Marchettum, 1605-6. 8.75" x 6.25". 2 vols in 1. [16], 322, [10], 348 pp. Period limp vellum, spine chipped and revealing medieval manuscript

Lot: 118 - [Church of England, 1689]

Humfrey, John. THE HEALING ATTEMPT: BEING A REPRESENTATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, ACCORDING TO THE JUDGMENT OF HER BISHOPS UNTO THE END OF Q. ELIZABETHS REIGN. London: Parkhurst, 1689. Disbound, 4to. [8], 84 pp. (blank leaf H4

Lot: 119 - Biblia Sacra, sive Testamentum Vetus, 1631

[Bible, Old Testament.] BIBLIA SACRA. Amsterdam: Blaeuw, 1631. 5.75" x 3.25". 604 pp. (Note: Old Testament only, with pencil note laid onto final leaf, dated 1818, stating that the Apocrypha and NT of this copy were too mutilated to be rebound and

Lot: 120 - [Fore-edge Painting, Binding]

PSALMS AND HYMNS FOR DIVINE WORSHIP. London, 1866. 8.75" x 5.75". Bound in full period morocco, spine faded, spine and edges rubbed/worn. Contents clean overall, some light foxing. ******************** WITH FORE-EDGE PAINTING. Sold as fore-edge

Lot: 121 - [Period Bindings, 16th c. Aquinas, Folios]

Lot of 4 16th century volumes, bound in period limp vellum. 12.5" tall. Being from the works of Thomas Aquinas, printed in Venice in the 1590s. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 122 - [John Woolman, Quaker, Tracts, 1773]

Woolman, John. SERIOUS CONSIDERATIONS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS OF IMPORTANCE. London: Mary Hinde, 1773. 6.25" x 4". [6], 137, [3, ads] pp. Period sheep, quite worn and rubbed, front board detached. Last two quires with some staining and spotting, title

Lot: 123 - [Bible, Provenance] Biblia Sacra, 1567, Folio

BIBLIA SACRA VETERIS & NOVI TESTAMENTI…VULGATUM. Paris: Merlin & Desboys, 1567. 15.25" x 10". [16], 508, 392, 235, [113] pp. Period vellum over boards, front board detached along with ffe and title, boards chipped/torn. Several paper

Lot: 124 - [19th c. Spiritualism] Noetic Magazine

The Noetic Magazine. July 1867 - Oct. 1867, being volumes I and II. 98 pp. (consecutively numbered, complete.) 8vo, green cloth over card with minor soiling, some very light corner stains, early notes to blanks, Good+. ***************** An odd

Lot: 125 - [Magic, Conjuring]

THE MAGIC WAND. AN ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY JOURNAL FOR CONJURERS, CONCERT ARTISTES, AND ALL ENTERTAINERS. VOL. II. SEPTEMBER, 1911 TO AUGUST 1912. London: Magic Wand Publishing Company. Illustrated throughout. [4], 197-388 pp. 8vo, morocco over cloth,

Lot: 126 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 5 volumes]

5 folio volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books in period bindings. Tallest measures 17". Includes: ** Saint Ambrose's Works, OPERA, Paris, 1686, 2 vol. set, calf, spines chipped. ** Petri Berchorii.. OPERA OMNIA, Cologne, 1730, 6 vol set

Lot: 127 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 6 volumes]

6 volumes (5 folio, 1 quarto) of 17th and 18th century printed books in period bindings. Tallest measures 14". Includes: ** Nova Collectio et Compilatio Privilegiorum Apostolicorum Regularium Mendicantium... Lugduni, 1613, folio, vellum. ** Sporer...

Lot: 128 - Apocrypha, Geneva Version, 17th c.

Apocrypha, Geneva version, English ca. early 1600s. Folio (10.25" x 7".) complete in 77 numbered leaves. Apparently extracted from a fragment of a Geneva Bible. Text ruled in red, several nice woodcut ornaments, woodcut headpiece and tailpiece Mild

Lot: 129 - [Working Manuscript, Wisdom, Philosophy]

Working manuscript, "Prefatory Extracts," circa 1810. 8" x 6.25". 94 leaves, with manuscript to recto/verso. Laid paper with watermarks dated 1802. Begins with page 3 and text ends abruptly on page numbered 208, thus apparently incomplete. Disbound,

Lot: 130 - [Bible] 16th c. Illustrated Bible

[Biblia Sacra]. Circa 1558. 6.25" x 4.5". Numerous leaves with woodcut illustrations. Lacking title and other leaves throughout, as mostly disbound and defective with loose leaves (many removed and displaced.) Sold as-is. Pencil note to front

Lot: 131 - New Testament in Braid Scots Language

Rev. William Wye Smith. THE NEW TESTAMENT IN BRAID SCOTS. Paisley: Gardner, 1901. 8vo in stiff cloth covers, mild toning, else clean, Very Good. With glossary at rear. As-is.

Lot: 132 - [Benignist Theology] Roncaglia, 1740

Roncaglia, Constantino. UNIVERSA MORALIS THEOLOGIA…. Venice: Pitteri, 1740. 13.75" x 8.5". 2 vol. bound in 1. [8], 487, [1], 316 pp. Full period speckled calf, title label in gilt, some gilt devices to spine (dulled), some chipping to

Lot: 133 - [Period Bindings] Thomas Aquinas, Works

Thomas Aquinas. OPERA. Venice, 1745-1760. Full 28 volume set, no portrait. 4to (9" tall). Period bindings, all intact but rather worn, with chips, etc. Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 134 - [American Whaling Ship Log Book, 1858]

Manuscript log-book for the whaling ship Barque Mars. 1858–1863. Folio, 13.5" x 8". Approx. 180 pages + numerous blank leaves near back. Brown and blue ink on blue wove. Bound in period cloth (with label Charles Taber & Co's Book Bindery,

Lot: 135 - Letters of Pliny the Younger, 1752

THE LETTERS OF PLINY THE YOUNGER, WITH OBSERVATIONS… BY JOHN EARL OF ORRERY. London: James Bettenham for Paul Vaillant, 1752. 8" x 4.75". [4], lxxv, [1], 397, [35]; [4], 450, [54] pp., includes half-title leaves. Engraved title vignettes,

Lot: 136 - Orosius' History Against the Pagans, 1767

[Orosius, Paulus]. Adversus Paganos Historiarum Libri Septem ; ut et Apologeticus Contra Pelagium de Arbitrii Libertate. Lugduni Batavorum; Luchtmans, 1767. 4to (10" x 8".) [38], 634, [30]. Engraved plates of coins in-text throughout. Period 1/2

Lot: 137 - 15th c. Spanish Manuscript

Lengthy 15th century manuscript in Spanish. Circa 1480s. Folio, stitched, on laid. [4], [32], [4] pp. *First 4 pages are later MS concerning the larger document, and last 4 pages are blanks with later notes. Two water-marks observed: First two leaves

Lot: 138 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 5 volumes]

5 folio volumes of 18th century printed books. Tallest measures 16". Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 139 - Travels of Mirza Abu Taleb Khan, 1810

Stewart, Charles (translator.) THE TRAVELS OF MIRZA ABU TALEB KHAN, IN ASIA, AFRICA, AND EUROPE, DURING THE YEARS 1799, 1800, 1801, 1802, AND 1803. WRITTEN BY HIMSELF, IN THE PERSIAN LANGUAGE. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1810. 8vo, 2 vol.

Lot: 140 - [Fore-edge Painting, Binding]

Macaulay. LAYS OF ANCIENT ROME. London, 1867. 6.75" x 5". Illustrated throughout, some foxing to contents. Birthday gift inscription dated 1871 (from a brother to a sister.) Finely bound in vellum over boards, gilt, light wear.

Lot: 141 - Works of Joseph Addison, Quarto Edition

THE WORKS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE JOSEPH ADDISON ESQ; IN FOUR VOLUMES. London: Jacob Tonson, 1721. 4 vols., 4to (9.5" X 7.5".) Frontis portrait to first volume, xxi, [3], 559; [8], 583; 624; 594, [18] pp. Period calf heavily worn and chipped, two

Lot: 142 - [Conquest of Jerusalem, Saladin, 1679

Broe, Samuel de, seigneur de Citri de la Guette. HISTOIRE DE LA CONQUESTE DU ROYAUME DE JERUSALEM SUR LES CHRESTIENS PAR SALADIN. Paris: Gervais Clouzier, 1679. 6" x 3.25". xii, 353, [3] pp. *lacks leaf P8. Period calf, scratches to boards and spine

Lot: 143 - Works of Machiavelli, Quarto set, 1772

Machiavelli, Niccolo. TUTTE L'OPERA DE NICCOLO MACHIAVELLI. London: Davies, 1772. 3 Vol., large 4to (11" x 9".) Frontis portrait, [4], lx, [4], 407; [4], 453, [3], 3 folding plans; [4], 580 pp., includes half-titles. Full period calf with gilt. Title

Lot: 144 - [Period Bindings, Quartos, Vellum,12 volumes]

12 quarto volumes of 18th century printed books, vellum over boards. Tallest measures 9.5". Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 145 - [Fashion] First Panegyric on the Wig, 1799

[Deguerle, Jean Marie Nicolas.] ELOGE DES PERRUQUES, ENRICHI DE NOTES PLUS AMPLES QUE LE TEXTE. Paris: Maradan, [1799]. 6.75" x 4". x, 215 pp. 19th c. 1/4 morocco over marbled boards, hinges and ends rubbed, half-title with small closed tear,

Lot: 146 - Guevara on Sacred Images in Religion, 1789

Jose Guevara. DISSERTATION HISTORICO-DOGMATICA DE SACRARUM IMAGINUM CULTU RELIGIOSO. Foligno: Jesualdi Fofi, 1789. 4to. xii, 128, [2] pp. including errata, title within woodcut border. Early morocco-backed marbled boards, boards detached, leather dry

Lot: 147 - [British Trade] Tonnage and Poundage, 1728

THE ACT OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE, AND RATES OF MERCHANDISE…. London: John Baskett, 1728. 12.5" x 8.25". [36], cxxxvi, 944, [48] pp. Period paneled calf, hinges cracked though board firmly attached by cords, scuffing and typical loss to

Lot: 148 - Vidal Gormaz on Chilean Shipwrecks

Vidal Gormaz, Francisco. ALGUNOS NAUFRAJIOS OCURRIDOS EN LAS COSTAS CHILENAS DESDE SU DESCUBRIMIENTO HASTA NUESTROS DIAS. Santiago: Imprenta Elzeviriana, 1901. 10" x 6.5". xvi, 899 pp. Early navy morocco with gilt crest to front board and spine

Lot: 149 - [Optics, Telescopes] Gregory's Catoptrics, 1715

Gregory, David; Browne, W. DR. GREGORY'S ELEMENTS OF CATOPTRICS AND DIOPTRICS. London: for E. Curll, 1715. 8vo. [4], 111, [1], xv, [1], 72, 65-93, [1] pp., + 3 folding plates (complete, this copy with the xv p. introduction bound before the second

Lot: 150 - [Science] Memoires of the National

MEMOIRES DE L'INSTITUT NATIONAL DES SCIENCES ET ARTS…. Paris: Baudouin, An. VI-XII (1798-1804.) 5v set. 4to (10" x 7.75".) Several folding plates/maps. Early 1/4 calf over marbled boards, some spines chipped and all with some tearing, scuffing,

Lot: 151 - [Period Bindings, Folios, Augustin's Works]

Sancti Aurelii Augustini Hipponensis Episcopi OPERUM [+VITA]. Paris, 1685-90. 11 vols bound in 8 (i.e. 10 vol. set, + 1 volume of the Life of the author.) 17.25" tall. Calf, dry, worn, and chipped; all intact. Sold as antique bindings, ex-library,

Lot: 152 - [Climate Science, Geology, California Academy]

Collection of scientific journals, being "Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences." 10 various volumes, all from the 1910s and 1920s, most in original wrappers and most with plates, + 1 "Occasional Papers of the California Academy of

Lot: 153 - Present State of Holland, 1743, 1st ed.

A DESCRIPTION OF HOLLAND: OR, THE PRESENT STATE OF THE UNITED PROVINCES. London: Knapton, 1743. 8vo. xxiv, 411, [1, ad] pp., includes errata. Period speckled calf, sympathetically rebacked, original title label with small chip, boards and edges

Lot: 154 - [Bindings] Lives of Chancellors

Campbell, John. THE LIVES OF THE LORD CHANCELLORS AND KEEPERS OF THE GREAT SEAL OF ENGLAND. London, 1848-1850. 3rd ed. Vols 1-5, and 7 (of 7.) 8vo, full period calf with some light scuffs and chips, front board of first volume detached, contents

Lot: 155 - Discourses Upon Tacitus, London, 1642

Malvezzi, Virgilio. DISCOURSES UPON CORNELIUS TACITUS… TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH BY SIR RICHARDS BAKER. London: E.G. for R. Whitaker, 1642. Folio (11" x 7.25".) [20], 224, 329-375, 378-414, 425-504 pp. (*COMPLETE though numerous errors in the

Lot: 156 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 8 vols in 4]

Barbosae. Collectanea Doctorum…. 6 vols bound in 3 [bound with Summa Apostolicarum….]…Collectanea in Codicum Justiniani…. 2 vols bound in 1. Lugduni, 1716-20. 13.75" x 8.5". Full calf over beveled wooden boards, scuffed, chipped,

Lot: 157 - Lucian. Dialogis Selecti, 1726

Lucian, of Samosata. NONNULLI E LUCIANI DIALOGIS SELECTI, ET IN DUAS PARTES DIVISI. London: Sprint [et al], 1726. 6.5" x 4". [16], 218, [6], 131, [21] pp. Period calf, scuffed, chipped, and worn but intact. Endpaper and title chipped and with early

Lot: 158 - [Travel, Exploration, Signed] A Pair

West, Gordon. JOGGING ROUND MAJORCA. London: Alston Rivers, 1929. 8vo, illustrated with 6 plates (complete as per list.) Cloth worn and spotted, some foxing to contents, rear gutter cracked, overall Good. FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY THE

Lot: 159 - Hippocrates. Aphorisms and Medicine, 1725

Hippocrates. HIPPOCRATIS COI APHORISMORUM SECTIONES VII (bound with) HIPPOCRATIS COI, MEDICORUM OMNIUM LONGE PRINCIPIS PROGNOSTICORUM LIBRI TRES. Vienna: Heyinger, 1725 (both.) 5.25" x 2.75". 86, [20]; [2], 43, [9] pp. including final blank. (*Note:

Lot: 160 - [Early American Imprints, Shelf-Lot, 7 Items]

Lot of early American imprints, sold as-is, all with defects to bindings and some with defects to text, some missing boards, largest of this lot is 8vo, including: ********* See Photos for Titles ********* TOTAL OF 7 ITEMS, SOLD AS-IS. NONE COLLATED,

Lot: 161 - Manuscript Business/Exchange Workbook, 1820

Manuscript workbook containing lessons on Accounting, Insurance, Partnership, Bankruptcy, Exchanges, and etc. Likely Scottish, dates appearing 1819 and 1820, with the ownership inscriptions and signatures of Walter McFarlan. Folio, 12.75" x 8". [74]

Lot: 162 - [Plates] Furniture in Genteel Taste, 1762

HOUSHOLD FURNITURE IN GENTEEL TASTE FOR THE YEAR 1762. London. 8vo. 76 plates (of 100). Period full calf, heavily worm and with front board detached. Numerous institutional stamps though plates have been spared. Mild toning and some marginal

Lot: 163 - [Period Bindings, Folios, Augustini Opera, Set]

Augustini. Opera omnia : quae multa adhibita diligentia colligi potuerunt. Full 8 vol set. Lucae, 1765-74. 15" x 10". Vols 1 & 8 with profusion of engraved plates and folding pages, printer's devices, half-titles present. Quarter-leather,

Lot: 164 - [Men's Fashion, Couture, 1803]

Clarian, L. J. RECHERCHES ET CONSIDERATIONS MEDICALES SUR LES VETEMENS DES HOMMES, PARTICULIEREMENT SUR LES CULOTES. Paris: Aubry, 1803. 2nd ed. 8vo. [2], xiv, 92 pp. + 4 plates (*Note, one of the 4 plates is repeated in error, thus one is lacking.)

Lot: 165 - [Color Plates, Women's Fashion, 1877]

MAGASIN DES DEMOISELLES. Paris, 1877. 2 vols, 10" x 6.5". 96, 296; 96, 143, [1] pp. + 32 plates, all but 5 are hand-colored, numerous other plates throughout included in the pagination. Title-page to second volume only. Period 1/4 morocco, gilt,

Lot: 166 - [Netherlands, House of Orange, Illicit Printing]

H. S. E. HAEC LIBERTATIS ERGO. OF BRANDMERK VAN DE STADHOUDERLIKE REGERING, AAN DE VRYE NEDERLANDEN. Vrystad: Staet-Vorst, [1704.] 7.75" x 6.25". 14, [2, blank] pp. (or, A-B4.) Unbound pamphlet, with later tissue wrappers. One leaf with some

Lot: 167 - [Color Plates] Westminster Abbey, 1812

Ackermann, Rudolph. THE HISTORY OF THE ABBEY CHURCH OF ST. PETERS WESTMINSTER, ITS ANTIQUITIES AND MONUMENTS. London: for Ackermann, 1812. 2 vols. 14" x 11". Complete with portrait, plan, and 81 colored aquatint plates (all as per list.) Bound in

Lot: 168 - [Wars of Religion] Satyre Menippee

SATYRE MENIPPEE, DE LA VERTU DU CATHOLICON D'ESPAGNE. Ratisbone: Kerner, 1701. 3 vol. 6.75" x 4". [10], xxxvi, 464, [28]; [6], 522, [38]; [4], 585, [35] pp. + 9 engraved plates, including 3 frontispieces (repeated), and including 2 folding. Period

Lot: 169 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 5 volumes]

5 folio volumes of 18th century printed books. Being a 5 volume set: COMMENTARIA AD CONSITUTIONES APOSTOLICAS… VINCENTIO PETRA. Rome, 1705-1726. 13" tall. Text and bindings with some defects. Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to

Lot: 170 - Hodgson on Northern Africa, Sahara, Sudan

Hodgson, William B. NOTES ON NORTHERN AFRICA, THE SAHARA, AND SOUDAN. New York: Wiley and Putnam, 1844. 8vo. 111 pp. Original wrappers, spine-strip lacking, stitching gone and thus in loose signatures, front cover soiled. Contents quite clean with

Lot: 171 - [Shipwreck, Narrative of Adventures, 1819]

R. de May. NARRATIVE OF THE SUFFERINGS AND ADVENTURES OF HENDERICK PORTENGER, A PRIVATE SOLDIER OF THE LATE SWISS REGIMENT DE MUERON, WHO WAS WRECKED ON THE SHORES OF ABYSSINIA, IN THE RED SEA. London: Phillips, 1819. 8vo, disbound. 28 pp. Touch of

Lot: 172 - [Quartering] British Acts, 1760 - 1780

Bound collection of 19 British Acts, all of which are: AN ACT FOR PUNISHING MUTINY AND DESERTION; AND FOR THE BETTER PAYMENT OF THE ARMY AND THEIR QUARTERS. Published in London, 1760, 1762–68, 1770–73, 1775–80. Folio. Most around 50

Lot: 173 - Lengthy Manuscript Legal Decree, Early 1700s

A lengthy legal manuscript (ink on laid paper), "Decree." English, early 1700s. Folio, 55 numbered leaves, bound with stitch to upper margin. Some soiling and with large faded water-stain throughout, rear cover heavily chipped and final leaf also

Lot: 174 - History of Pierre de Montmaur, 1715

Sallengre, Albert-Henri de. HISTOIRE DE PIERRE DE MONTMAUR. The Hague: Gosse and Alberts, 1705. 2v., 7" x 4.5". Complete, with 2 engraved frontispieces (repeated) and 8 plates by Bleyswyk. Bound in original stiff paper boards, front board of first

Lot: 175 - Pinchinat on the Origin of Idolatry, 1736

Pinchinat, Barthelemy. DICTIONNAIRE CHRONOLOGIQUE, HISTORIQUE, CRITIQUE, SUR L'ORIGINE DE L'IDOLATRIE…. Paris: Pralard, Didot [et al], 1736. Quarto (10" x 7.5".) [24], 526, [2] pp. Period calf, gilt, rubbed/scuffed, some light loss to

Lot: 176 - [Burlesque, Military Medicine] Louis Martin, 1664

[Martin, Louis.] L'ESCHOLE DE SALERNE EN VERS BURLESQUES. ET POEME MACARONICUM DE BELLO HUGUENOTICO. Rouen: Vaultier, 1664. 5.25" x 3". 144 pp., including engraved frontis. Paper wrappers, with chips, front wrapper partially detached. Contents with

Lot: 177 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 2 Works in 6 vols]

6 folio volumes, antique bindings. Including: POLYANTHEA SACRA. 1702. 2 volume set. Francesco Bordonio. OPERUM TOMUS PRIMUS [–SEXTUS]. Lugduni, 1665. 6 volume set, bound in 4. Tallest of the lot measures 14.5". Sold as antique bindings,

Lot: 178 - [Engraved Music] Anthems for Deserted Children

PSALMS, HYMNS, AND ANTHEMS USED IN THE CHAPEL OF THE HOSPITAL FOR … EXPOSED AND DESERTED YOUNG CHILDREN. London, 1774. 8.75" x 5.75". [2], 128 pp. (Note: Other copies have "Additional Anthems" in letterpress following the engraved music; the

Lot: 179 - [Fortune-Telling] Le Palais de la Fortune, 1697

[Vulson, Marc.] LE PALAIS DE LA FORTUNE. [Paris?]; Antoine Besson, 1697. 5.25" x 3". [12], 60, [2], 224 pp. Collates A12–M12, N5 (lacking rear blank?) One woodcut plate included in pagination. Period sheep, gilt, loss to spine ends, light

Lot: 180 - [NY Imprint] Scott. Field of Waterloo, 1815

Scott, Walter. THE FIELD OF WATERLOO; A POEM. New-York: Van Winkle & Wiley, 1815. 5.75" x 2.75". 48 pp., including half-title. Original publisher's printed paper boards rather toned and stained, bound upside down by the publisher, chipping along

Lot: 181 - [History, France & Spain, 1700–1713]

Mandon, Louis. DE L'INFLUENCE FRANCAISE EN ESPAGNE SOUS PHILIPPE V 1700-1713. Montpellier & Cette: Boehm & Fils, 1874. 8vo. 69 pp. Period calf over marbled boards, with original printed paper wrappers bound in. Binding and endpapers with

Lot: 182 - [Fore-edge Painting, Binding, Women]

Sandford, Mrs. John. WOMAN, IN HER SOCIAL AND DOMESTIC CHARACTER. London, 1837. 5th ed. 6.5" x 4". Contents clean, rear board detached. Bound by Hatchard and Son in full morocco, gilt. Early ownership signature of Fanny Fellowes to ffe.

Lot: 183 - [Lexicography] Julius Pollux's Onomasticon, 1608

Pollux, Julius. ONOMASTICON, DECEM LIBRIS CONSTANS. Frankfurt: Marnium, Aubrii, 1608. 4to. Text in Greek and Latin. [16], 530, [124] pp., 184 columns, [6] pp. Period vellum over stiff card, toned with a couple of short tears, ties lacking. Contents

Lot: 184 - [Period Bindings, Quartos, 14v. Chrysostum]

Sancti patris Joannis Chrysostomi, Archiepiscopi Constantinopolitani, Opera omnia quae Latine extant, vel quae ejus nomine circumferuntur. Venice, 1780. 10.75" x 8". 14 volume set. Engraved plates. Half vellum, paper over board, some tears to spine,

Lot: 185 - [Fashion] First History of Wigs, 1690

Thiers, Jean-Baptiste. HISTOIRE DES PERRUQUES… LEUR ORIGINE, LEUR USAGE, LEUR FORME…. Paris: for the Author, 1690. 6.5" x 3.5". [24], 544, [2] pp. Early full sheep, upper panel of spine and title label lacking (panel restored), scuffed and

Lot: 186 - First Arabian Horse Stud Book

The Arab Horse Society. THE ARAB HORSE STUD BOOK. Lewes: W. E. Baxter, 1919, 1922. Volumes 1 and 2. 7" x 5.5". Illustrated with 24 photographic plates (all present as per lists.) Period 1/4 sheep, hinges with some worming and slight loss to head of

Lot: 187 - History of Belgian Pawnshops, 1844

Decker. ETUDES HISTORIQUES ET CRITIQUES SUR LES MONTS-DE-PIETE EN BELGIQUE. Bruxelles: Societe Des Beaux-Arts, 1844. 8vo. [6], xiii, [1], xxxviii, 416 pp. + folding table (clean tear along fold, half-detached.) Green cloth over paper boards, binding

Lot: 188 - [Period Bindings, Several Works, 17th/18th c.]

11 volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books. Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos. Including: *** Juillard. Essais de sermons, pour l'advent... Paris, 1698. 7.5" x 4.5". *** Brastberg. Evangelische Zeugnisse der

Lot: 189 - [Silkworms, Pharmacology, Hygiene, Lot of 7]

Lot of works, in 7 volumes, on medicine, hygiene, pharmacology, and one on mulberries and silkworms, sold as-is, including: ** DE LAS CULTURE DES MURIERS. PAR MR. L'ABBE BOISSIER DE SAUVAGES.... [Bound With] MEMOIRES SUR L'EDUCATION DES VERS A SOIE.

Lot: 190 - English-German Dictionary, Phrases, 1775

Thompson, William. KOMPENDIUM DER ENGLISCHEN SPRACHE ZUM GEBRAUCH OFFENTLICHER VORLESUNGEN. Frankfurt, 1775. 2 vols bound in 1. 6.75" x 3.75". [26], 102, [2], 190, [2] pp. Full period sheep, some light rubbing, scuffing, and loss to corners and spine

Lot: 191 - Aristotle on the Constitution of Athens, Folio

ARISTOTLE ON THE CONSTITUTION OF ATHENS. FACSIMILE OF PAPYRUS CXXI IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM. Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1891. Elephant Folio, 20" x 15". vi pp. + 22 leaves of plates containing

Lot: 192 - [Maritime] Ship-Master's Import/Export Guide

Pope, Charles. THE MERCHANT, SHIP-OWNER, AND SHIP-MASTER'S IMPORT AND EXPORT GUIDE; COMPRISING EVERY SPECIES OF AUTHENTIC INFORMATION RELATIVE TO SHIPPING, NAVIGATION, AND COMMERCE. London: Baldwin, Cradock [et al], [ca. 1827.] 13th ed. 8.75" x

Lot: 193 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 7 volumes]

7 folio volumes of 18th century printed books. Tallest measures 15.5". Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 194 - Robert Earl Granville, Large Manuscript Will, 1772

Manuscript copy of the will of Robert Earl Granville (Robert Carteret, 3rd Earl of Granville.) Circa 1772. 16" x 12.5", ink on laid, with water-marks. 18, [1 blank] leaves. 3 horizontal creases, rear blank with chips/holes, else only some minor

Lot: 195 - Exposition Juris Pontificii, 1769

Giraldi, Ubaldo. EXPOSITIO JURIS PONTIFICII JUXTA RECENTIOREM ECCLESIAE DISCIPLINAM IN DUAS PARTES DISTRIBUTA. Rome: Barbiellini, 1769. 14" x 9". 3 v. bound in 2. x, 479, [1]; [2], 481-806; [2], 5, [1], 809-1126 pp. 1/2 vellum over marbled boards,

Lot: 196 - [British Trade, Colonies] Large 18th c.

"Surplusses [sic] stated the 10th of Oct. 1762." England, 1762. Stitched, 6 leaves, folio (15.25" x 10") On laid with watermark. 3 horizontal creases, a couple of leaves with very light marginal chipping/fraying, clean, Very Good. *****************

Lot: 197 - [Scottish Language, Etymology]

Jamieson, John. AN ETYMOLOGICAL DISCTIONARY OF THE SCOTTISH LANGUAGE. Paisley: Alexander Gardner, 1879-1887. 5 volume set, including Supplement. 4to (10.5" x 8.25".) Period 1/4 morocco over green cloth, bindings defective with many boards detached,

Lot: 198 - Eastlake's Hints on Household Taste

Eastlake, Charles. HINTS ON HOUSEHOLD TASTE IN FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERY, AND OTHER DETAILS. Boston: Osgood, 1876. 4th Am. Ed. Illustrated with plates (some in color) and in-text woodcut illustrations. 8vo, publisher's cloth. Ex-library with several

Lot: 199 - Earl of Clarendon's Tracts, 1727

A COLLECTION OF SEVERAL TRACTS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDWARD, EARL OF CLARENDON. London: T. Woodward, 1727. 1st edition. Folio. [4], 348 pp, *first half of work only. Period 1/2 calf heavily worn, stained, and chipped. Contents with early ink,

Lot: 200 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 8 volumes]

8 folio volumes of 16th, 17th, and 18th century printed books. Tallest measures 15". Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 201 - [Gender Selection, Conceiving Boys, 1770]

Couteaux, Procope. L'ART DE FAIRE DES GARCONS, OU NOUVEAU TABLEAU DE L'AMOUR CONJUGAL. Montpellier, 1770. 5.75" x 3.5". xvi, 174 pp. Period sheep with spine decorated and lettered in gilt, marbled endpapers and page-ends, some light scuffs and minor

Lot: 202 - [Mathematics] The Complete Measurer, 1763

Hawney, William. THE COMPLETE MEASURER: OR, THE WHOLE ART OF MEASURING. London: J. Knapton, [et al], 1763. 6.5" x 4". ix, [3], 346, [2, ads] pp. With woodcut illustrations in-text. Period speckled sheep with scuffs and chips, hinges cracked and

Lot: 203 - [Dyes] Nuovo Plico… di Tinture, 1771

Talier, Galipidio. NUOVO PLICO DOGNI SORTA DI TINTURE, ARRICCHITO DI RARI; E BELLISSIMI SEGRETI PER COLORIRE ANIMALI, VEGETABILI, E MINERALI. Venice: Francesco Locatelli a San Bartolomeo, 1771. 6.5" x 4". 168 pp. Bound in period parchment paper,

Lot: 204 - [Medicine] Boerhaave, Tractatus de Viribus

Boerhaave, Herman. TRACTATUS DE VIRIBUS MEDICAMENTORUM. EDITIO SECUNDA. Paris: Cavelier, 1726. 7" x 4.25". [12], 352 [12] pp., including errata (*Note: 2 of the preliminary leaves a3-4 are misbound at the rear of the volume rather than the front.)

Lot: 205 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 18th c., 3 vols]

3 volumes of 18th century printed books in blind-stamped pig bindings. 16" tall. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 206 - [Color Plates] Pantologia, 12 v., 1813

Good, John Mason (and others.) PANTOLOGIA. A NEW CYCLOPAEDIA, COMPREHENDING A COMPLETE SERIES OF ESSAYS, TREATISES, AND SYSTEMS… ILLUSTRATED WITH ELEGANT ENGRAVINGS; THOSE ON NATURAL HISTORY BEING... BEAUTIFULLY COLOURED AFTER NATURE. London:

Lot: 207 - Boerhaave on Diseases of the Nerves, 1762

Boerhaave, Herman. PRAELECTIONES ACADEMICAE DE MORBIS NERVORUM QUAS EX AUDITORUM MANUSCRIPTIS COLLECTAS EDI CURAVIT JACOBUS VAN EEMS. Venice: Remondiniana, 1762. 4to (10" x 7.5".) 2 vol. in 1. xii, 348 pp. (includes blank and title-page to second

Lot: 208 - [Medicine] Collection of Works, 18th c.

Jean Claude Adrien Helvetius. PRINCIPIA PHYSIO-MEDICA. Frankfurt: Stockii, 1754. 2 vols. 4to. Period vellum soiled and toned, contents with a variety of stains/flaws, many sections of leaves heavily browned (due to paper quality variance). **** SOLD

Lot: 209 - Cullen's Classification of Diseases, 1790

Cullen, William. SYNOPSIS NOSOLOGIAE METHODICAE, CONTINENS GENERA MORBORUM PRAECIPUA DEFINITA…. Ticini: Comini, 1790. 8vo. xxxvi, 308 pp. Period 1/2 speckled sheep, some very light wear to extremities, early ink to title, contents with some

Lot: 210 - [Medicine] Claudini, Philosophi et Medici, 1607

Claudini, Giulio Cesare. PHILOSOPHI ET MEDICI BONONIENSIS… RESPONSIONUM ET CONSULTATIONUM MEDICINALIUM. Frankfurt: Zetzneri, 1607. 7.75" x 4.75". [32], 970, [30] pp. Bound in period parchment paper with some soiling/staining. Moderate toning,

Lot: 211 - [Period Bindings, Antique Books, 18th c.]

18 volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books. Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos. Largest of the lot is 7.5" tall. Includes: *** Compendium Theologiae… Pauli Gabrielis Antoine. Venice, 1776. 2 vol. set. Vellum. ***

Lot: 212 - [Medicine] Gaubius. Institutiones Pathologiae

Gaubius, Hieronymus David. INSTITUTIONES PATHOLOGIAE MEDICINALIS. Leidae Batavorum: Luchtmans, 1763. 8vo. [22], 497, [1 bl] pp., includes half-title. Bound in period full calf, minimal wear, faint stamp to title, early inscription to front blank,

Lot: 213 - Celsus. De Re Medica, 1566

Celsus, Aulus Cornelius. DE RE MEDICA LIBRI OCTO. Lyon: Rouillium, 1566. 6.5" x 4". [16], 499 (i.e. 497), [15] pp. Modern vellum over marbled boards, in period style, new endpapers but with original endpapers included (with MS notes), early 19th c.

Lot: 214 - [Pediatrics] De Morbis Acutis Infantum, 1736

Harris, Walter. DE MORBIS ACUTIS INFANTUM. (Bound with) Ketelaer, Vincentio: Commentarius Medicus de Aphthis Nostratibu... (Both) Amsterdam: Janssonio-Waesbergios, 1736. 6" x 3.75". [12], 236, [18], 38 pp. Period 1/2 sheep over speckled paper boards,

Lot: 215 - [Medicine, Malady of Syphilis, 1798]

Swediaur, Francois Xavier. TRAITE COMPLET SUR LES SYMPTOMES, LES EFFETS, LA NATURE ET LE TRAITEMENT DES MALADIES SYPHILITIQUES. Paris: Chez L'Auteur, 1798. 2 vols., 8vo. [2], xv, [1], l, [2], 384; [2], lxiv, 448 pp. Half-titles wanting. Period 1/2

Lot: 216 - [Period Bindings, 18th c., Tree- Marbled, 15v]

15 volumes of 18th century printed books. 6.5" tall. Uniformly bound, tree-marbled sheep. Sermons of Bourdaloue, published in Paris, some in the early 1700s, some in the later 1700s. Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 217 - Seidel. Liber Morborum Incurabilium, 1662

Seidel, Bruno. LIBER MORBORUM INCURABILIUM CAUSAS… Leiden: Petrum Hackium, 1662. 6" x 3.75". [18], 190 [i.e. 198], 34, [14] pp. Period vellum soiled and toned, contents with some faded water-staining, else Good. Bound with Padovani's "De Morbis

Lot: 218 - Friedrich Hoffman's Opuscula, 1738

Hoffman, Friedrich. OPUSCULA MEDICO-PRACTICA SEU DISSERTATIONES SELECTIORES…. Venice: Coleti, 1738. 4to (9.5" x 6.75".) Revised ed. [8], 311, [1] pp. Bound in 19th c. marbled paper over boards, spine faded and small green label to corner of

Lot: 219 - [Medicine] Sprengel's Institutiones Medicae

Sprengel, Kurt. INSTITUTIONES MEDICAE. Amsterdam (v1-4), Leipzig and Altenburgi (v5-6) , 1809-1819. 6 vols., 8vo. xx, 532; xvi, 637; xx, 539, [1]; xvi, 775; [2], xiv, 579, [3]; [2], x, 292, [2], viii, 110 pp. Bound uniformly in period 1/4 calf, with

Lot: 220 - Sydenham. Opera Omnia Medica, 1725

Sydenham, Thomas. OPERA OMNIA MEDICA. EDITIO NOVISSIMA. Patavvi: Mansre, 1725. 6.75" x 4.25". [80], 736, 38, [2 blank] pp. Period vellum with title in manuscript to spine, vellum soiled and toned, all intact. Contents generally clean, some light

Lot: 221 - [Medicine] Franck. Satyrae Medicae XX, 1722

Georg Franck von Franckenau. SATYRAE MEDICAE XX. QUIBUS ACCEDUNT DISSERTATIONES VI. Leipzig: Weidmann, 1722. 6.5" x 4". [8], 652, [20] pp. Bound in period speckled sheep, title label in blind, paper title label in manuscripts, loss to spine ends and

Lot: 222 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 18th c., 6 vols]

6 volumes of 18th century printed books, most folio, two in quarto, as-is, including: Le Nain de Tillemont. Memoires Pour servir a L'Histoire Ecclesiastique Des six premiers siecles… Brussels, 1732. 12.5" x 7.75". Vols 3-10 bound in 4. Plus a

Lot: 223 - Cartheuser. Fundamenta Materiae Medicae, 1749

Cartheuser, Johann Friedrich. FUNDAMENTA MATERIAE MEDICAE TAM GENERALIS QUAM SPECIALIS IN USUM ACADEMICUM CONSCRIPTA. Frankfurt: Kleyb, 1749-50. 7" x 4". [16], 616; [8], 634 pp. Bound in 1/2 speckled sheep, corners scuffed, else bindings quite good.

Lot: 224 - [Medicine, American Imprint, 1801]

Hooper, Robert. THE ANATOMIST'S VADE-MECUM: CONTAINING THE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HUMAN BODY. Boston: by David Carlisle for Thomas and Andrews, 1801. 6.5" x 4". 226 pp. Period full sheep rather worn, chipped and scuffed, front board detached.

Lot: 225 - [Diet] Georg Richter. Praecepta Diaetetica, 1789

Richter, Georg Gottlob. PRAECEPTA DIAETETICA. Ticini, 1789. 6.75" x 4". 380, [2] pp. Period vellum over decorative paper boards, boards worn and chipped, contents with scattered foxing, approx. 10 leaves with light worming shaving some letters.

Lot: 226 - [Medicine] Henrick de Heers, 1685, Provenance

Heers, Henrick de. SPADACRENE HOC EST FONS SPADANUS… UT ET OBSERVATIONES MEDICAE OPPIDO RARAE IN SPA & LEODII ANIMADVERSAE… EDITIO NOVISSIMA. Leiden: Petrum Vander, 1685. 5.5" x 3.25". With additional engraved title. [24], 159, [23],

Lot: 227 - [Chemistry] Henkel. Mediorum Chymicorum, 1727

Henkel, Johann Friedrich. MEDIORUM CHYMICORUM NON ULTIMUM, CONJUNCTIONIS PRIMUM, APPROPRIATIO, JAM IN ARGENTI CUM ACIDO SALIS COMMUNIS COMBINATIONE, EXPERIMENTO NOVO. Dresden and Leipzig: Hekel, 1727. 6.5" x 3.75". 126, [2] pp. 20th c. 1/4 calf over

Lot: 228 - [Period Bindings, 7 vol. Set, Vellum]

7 12mo volumes of 18th century printed books. 6.5" tall. Being a full 7 volume set of Juenin's INSTITUTIONES THEOLOGICAE AD USUM SEMINARIORUM. Paris: Anisson, 1700-1702. Vellum, all intact. Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to

Lot: 229 - [Medicine] Antidotarium Collegii Medicorum

ANTIDOTARIUM COLLEGII MEDICORUM BONONIENSIS EDITUM ANNO MDCCLXX. Bologna: Laelium a Vulpe, [1771] (colophon dated 1770, preface dated 1771.) 4to (10" x 7"). [12], 507, [1], lx pp. Period 1/2 calf over decorative paper boards, chips to boards, edges

Lot: 230 - [Medicine] Baglivi. Praxi Medica, 1699

Baglivi, Giorgio. DE PRAXI MEDICA AD PRISCAM OBSERVANDI RATIONEM REVOCANDA. Lyon: Anisson and Joann. Posuel, 1699. 7.25" x 4.25". [16], 407 pp., + engraved plate of tarantulas. Later paper over boards, with some chips to spine and old paper remnant

Lot: 231 - [Gardening, Botany] Parkinson, Paradisi in

Parkinson, John. PARADISI IN SOLE PARADISUS TERRESTRIS… FAITHFULLY REPRINTED FROM THE EDITION OF 1629. London: Methuen, 1904. Folio (14.75" x 9".) [16], 612, 16 pp. Period brown morocco, some very light spotting to front board. Contents clean

Lot: 232 - [Psychology] Pavlov's Collected Works

Pavlov, Ivan. SAMTLICHE WERKE. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1953-1956 (third volume dated earliest.) 8vo. 7 volumes bound in 9, illustrated, with index volume. Publisher's blue cloth. Some very minor fading of cloth, contents clean, overall an excellent

Lot: 233 - [Quackery] Charlataneria Eruditorum, 1716

Mencke, Johann Burkhard. DE CHARLATANERIA ERUDITORUM DECLAMATIONES DUAE. Amsterdam, 1716. 3rd ed. 6.5" x 3.5". Engraved frontispiece, [4], vi, 253, [11] pp. Period calf, title label lacking, front hinge cracking, light loss to extremities, former

Lot: 234 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 18th c. 5 v. in 3]

3 volumes of 18th century printed books; 5 volumes bound into three, vellum over marbled boards, contents untrimmed. 16" tall. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 235 - [Medicine, Gout, Diet] De Podagra, 1760

Theodorus van Zelst. LIBELLUS SINGULARIS DE PODAGRA, ET DOLORE COLICO, SCORBUTICO SIMILI, PICTONICO AEMULO…. Lausanne: Bousquet, 1760. 6.5" x 4". 191, [1] pp. Parchment paper over boards, covers soiled, some small chips. Contents rather clean

Lot: 236 - [Medicine, Ovarian Cysts, Heart, a Pair of Works]

Gallex, Louis. HISTOIRE DES KYSTES DE L'OVAIRE. Bruxelles, 1873. 11" x 8." [2], 748 pp. + 24 plates. Period morocco over marbled boards, corners and spine-ends chipped, half-title leaf detached, contents clean with very mild age-toning. Scarce work

Lot: 237 - [Medicine] Richard Morton's Works, 1733

Morton, Richard. OPERA MEDICA. EDITIO NOVISSIMA. Venice: Savioni, 1733. 4to (9" x 6.5".) [16], 968 pp. + folding table. Period vellum over boards, morocco title label lettered in gilt (label lifting a bit at edges.) Contents with some scattered

Lot: 238 - English Mineral Waters, 2 Bound in 1, 18th c.

Short, Thomas. THE NATURAL, EXPERIMENTAL, AND MEDICINAL HISTORY OF THE MINERAL WATERS OF DERBYSHIRE, LINCOLNSHIRE, AND YORKSHIRE. London: for the author, 1734. [20], xxii, 317, [1], 315-359, [3] pp. + 5 plates (4 folding.) Some misnumbering

Lot: 239 - [Period Bindings, Folios, Quartos, 5 vols.]

5 volumes of 17th, and 18th century printed books, most folio in size. Tallest measures 13.5". Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 240 - Radium & Radio-Active Substances, + 1 Other

Hammer, William J. RADIUM, AND OTHER RADIO-ACTIVE SUBSTANCES; POLONIUM, ACTINIUM, AND THORIUM…. New York and London: Van Nostrand and Sampson Low, 1903. 8vo. Frontis, viii, 72, 7, [5] pp. Publisher's green cloth stamped in gilt. Illustrated.

Lot: 241 - Tulp's Observationes Medicae, 1716

Tulp, Nicolaas. OBSERVATIONES MEDICAE, EDITIO QUINTA. Leiden: Vivie [et al] 1716. 6.25" x 3.75". [18], 392, [4] pp. (wanting half-title?, *lacks leaf M8) including engraved portrait and illustrations in-text. Modern calf, title with small chip near

Lot: 242 - [Medicine] Platner. Ars Medendi, 1765, 1st ed.

Platner, Johann Zacharis. ARS MEDENDI SINGULIS MORBIS ACCOMMODATA. Leipzig: Fritsch, 1765. 8vo. [16], 530, [42] pp. Period 1/2 sheep with title label lettered in blind, chip to head, light edgewear. Contents with foxing/toning and occasional stains,

Lot: 243 - Institutiones Metaphysicae, 1749

Baumeister, Friedrich. INSTITUTIONES METAPHYSICAE ONTOLOGIAM, COSMOLOGIAM, PSYCHOLOGIAM, THEOLOGIAM DENIQUE NATURALEM COMPLEXAE. Wittenberg: Zimmermanni, 1749, 6.75" x 3.75". [4], 638, [14] pp. Period vellum over boards, soiled, large stain to rear

Lot: 244 - Jean Joseph Expilly. La Polychrographie, 1756

Expilly, Jean-Joseph. LA POLYCHROGRAPHIE, EN SIX PARTIES… L'ASTRONOMIE… GEOGRAPHIE… L'HYDROGRAPHIE… L'HISTOIRE ECCLESIASTIQUE… L'HISTOIRE ROMAINE… CHRONOLOGIE. Avignon: Payen, 1756. 8vo. [8], 600 pp. Period calf, gilt,

Lot: 245 - [Period Bindings, 18th c., 11 vols]

11 volumes of antique books/bindings, as-is, including: *** Cl. Claudiani opera quæ extant... Biponti, 1784. 8.25" x 5". *** Ignaz Wurz der Gesellschaft Jesu Priesters.... Vienna, 1770-72. 7.75" 4.75". Vols 1-2. Paper over board. *** Antonio.

Lot: 246 - [Pharmacopoeia, Pair of Works]

PHARMACOPOEIA REFORMATA: OR, AN ESSAY FOR A REFORMATION OF THE LONDON PHARMACOPOEIA. London: Willock, 1744. 8vo. [6], 25, [1], 292, [16] pp. Period calf, worn and rebacked, first/last two leaves detached, occasional light foxing. Old bookplate of

Lot: 247 - Harvey's Anatomical Exercitations, 1653, 1st ed.

Harvey, William. [Anatomical exercitations, concerning the generation of living creatures.] [London, 1653.] 16 x 10cm. [44], 566, [2] pp. (*Lacks frontis, title-page, and final blank, else complete; note the frontis is often lacking and in many cases

Lot: 248 - [Veterinary Medicine Journals, early 19th c.]

RECUEIL DE MEDECINE VETERINAIRE. Paris, 1825–1827. 1826 and 1827 volumes under title "Journal de Medecine Veterinaire." 3 vols., 8vo. 540; 636, 1 folding plate; 660 pp (last volume lacks p. 83/84.) Bound in library buckram, stamps to titles,

Lot: 249 - [Cognitive Science] Anatomy of Melancholy

[Burton, Robert.] THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY… KINDS, CAUSES, SYMPTOMES, PROGNOSTICS, AND SEVERAL CURES OF IT. London: Vernor and Hood [et al], 1804. 10th ed. 3 parts in 2v., 8vo. 2 engraved frontispieces + xxiv, 121, [1], 461, [1]; [4], 601, [11]

Lot: 250 - [Medicine] De Morbi Venerei + 4 Others

Plenck. DE' MORBI VENEREI DOTTRINA. Naples, 1783. 6" x 3.5". 202 pp. Period mottled vellum, labels lifting at edges, light foxing, else clean. SOLD WITH: *** Tissot. DELLA CURA DEL VAJUOLO OPERA DEL SIG. TISSOT. Naples, 1778. 6" x 3.5". iv, 260 pp.

Lot: 251 - [Period Bindings, Quartos, 9 volumes]

9 quarto volumes of 16th, 17th, and 18th century printed books. Tallest measures 9.75". Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 252 - Journal of Calcutta Medical Society, 1837-8

THE QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF THE CALCUTTA MEDICAL AND PHYSICAL SOCIETY… NO. 1 [THROUGH 6]. Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1837, 1838. Volumes 1-6 bound together. *Also bound with second volume of "Annales de la Chirurgie" (Pairs, 1841) and several

Lot: 253 - Pharmacopoeia Extemporanea, 1768

Fuller, Thomas. PHARMACOPOEIA EXTEMPORANEA, SIVE PRAESCRIPTORUM CHILIAS…. Paris: Cavelier, 1768. 6.75" x 4". xlix, [3], 600 pp. Full period calf, gilt, several scuffs and chips, hinges cracked, boards held by cords, text-block just starting to

Lot: 254 - [Pharmacology] Morellus, 1645

Morellus, Petrus; Brunn, Joh. Jacobis. METHODUS PRAESCRIBENDI FORMULAS REMEDIORUM ELEGANTISSIMA…. Leipzig: Kuhnen, 1645. [BOUND WITH] SYSTEMA MATERIAE MEDICAE... (same imprint/date as above.) 6" x 3.5". [32], 252, [3], 156, [4] pp. Period vellum

Lot: 255 - Political Economy, Explained, 1st Edition

Marcet, Jane. CONVERSATIONS ON POLITICAL ECONOMY; IN WHICH THE ELEMENTS OF THAT SCIENCE ARE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED. London: for Longman [et al], 1816. 6.75" x 4". iii-xii, 464, [2, ads] pp., half-title leaf lacking. Period marbled boards, rebacked,

Lot: 256 - First Book on Child Psychology + 2 Others

Lot of 3, Psychology, Science: *** Emminghaus. DIE PSYCHISCHEN STORUNGEN DES KINDESALTERS. Tubingen, 1887. 1st ed. 8vo. viii, 293, [1] pp., illustrated in-text. Period half morocco over marbled boards, boards a bit faded, contents clean, a Very Good

Lot: 257 - [Period Bindings, Antique Books, 17th/18th c]

16 volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books. Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos. Largest of the lot is 4to. Including: *** Memoires pour Servir a L'Histoire du Jacobinisme. Hambourg, 1798-1799. 4 vols in 8vo. *** Den

Lot: 258 - [German Diet, Recipes] Manuscript & Book

Pair, both German, one manuscript recipe book and one printed book on diet and recipes: *** "Kodsbuch von Anna Radius, 1824." Germany, ca. 1824. [2], 136, [12] pp., most numbered in pen, appears complete with 12 page index at rear. 4to journal, quite

Lot: 259 - [Atomic Energy and Weaponry, 1940s, First eds.]

Pair, sold as-is, both first editions dealing with atomic energy and/or bombs: * THE FIRST REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION TO THE SECURITY COUNCIL. Washington, 1947. Original paper wrappers, clean overall. * Smyth. ATOMIC ENERGY

Lot: 260 - [Pharmacology] Elementi di Farmacologia + 4

Group of books dealing with pharmacology, including: * Durante, Tommaso. ELEMENTI DI FARMACOLOGIA…. Naples, 1815. 8vo. xxviii, 159 pp. Speckled paper hardcovers, light wear, foxing, some worming to gutters throughout, generally clean. ** SOLD

Lot: 261 - First 25 Years of L'Academie Royale des Sciences

HISTOIRE DE L'ACADEMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES. ANNEE 1699 [–1724] AVEC LES MEMOIRES DE MATHEMATIQUE & DE PHYSIQUE. Amsterdam: Kuyper, 1706–1731. 6.25" x 3.75". 25 vol. Volume covering year 1706 absent. Each volume with text in two parts,

Lot: 262 - Laennec, on Diseases of the Chest

Laennec, R. T. H. A TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF THE CHEST AND ON MEDIATE AUSCULTATION… WITH NOTES… BY JOHN FORBES. New York: Samuel, Wood [et al], 1830. 8.5" x 5.25". xxviii, 736 pp. + 8 engraved plates bound at rear. Period sheep, hinges

Lot: 263 - [Illustration, Midwifery] Spratt's Obstetric

Spratt, George. OBSTETRIC TABLES: COMPRISING GRAPHIC ILLUSTRATIONS, WITH DESCRIPTIONS AND PRACTICAL REMARKS; EXHIBITING ON DISSECTED PLATES MANY IMPORTANT SUBJECTS IN MIDWIFERY. Philadelphia: James A. Bill, [1850.] 10.75" x 8.25". With 20

Lot: 264 - Gulf Stream Explorations, 1890

PHYSICAL HYDROGRAPHY. GULF STREAM EXPLORATIONS. OBSERVATIONS OF CURRENTS. 1888 AND 1889. APPENDIX NO. 16 – REPORT FOR 1889. Washington: GPO, 1890. 11.5" x 9". 467–477 pp., + large folding charts numbered 31–49 (i.e. 19 charts). Front

Lot: 265 - [Antique Books, Period Bindings, Folios, 12v]

12 folio volumes, 16th, 17th, and 18th century, antique books/bindings. Including: OPERUM Origenis Adamantii... 1530, vols 3 and 4 in one, spine strip defective. Leonis Magni...OPERA. Venice, 1753. Full 3 volume set. Some boards detached. H. Norisii

Lot: 266 - [Photography] Capote and Avedon, Observations

Capote, Truman (text); Avedon, Richard (photography.) OBSERVATIONS. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1959. 1st edition. 151, [1] pp. Folio hardcover with mylar jacket and with slipcase. 14.25" x 10.5". Book Fine, mylar jacket chipped, slipcase with some

Lot: 267 - Hugh Thomson, Shakespeare [SIGNED, LIMITED]

Thomson, Hugh (Illustrator); Shakespeare, William. AS YOU LIKE IT. WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HUGH THOMSON. London: Hodder and Stoughton, [ca. 1909]. 11" x 8.75". Complete with 40 tipped in color plates, all with captioned paper guards. Bound in

Lot: 268 - Akenside's Poems, Quarto Edition, 1772

Akenside, Mark. THE POEMS. London: Dodsley, 1772. 4to (11" x 9.5".) Frontis portrait of Akenside, xi, [1], 380 pp. Full polished brown calf over boards with spine in gilt (worn). Front board attached by gutter glue repair, spine and edges worn with

Lot: 269 - [Fore-edge Painting, Binding]

WORKS OF ALFRED LORD TENNYSON. London, 1889. 7.25" x 4.75". Frontis portrait. Prize binding, presented to Mary Williams for Mathematics. Full red morocco, gilt, spine slightly faded and a touch of wear to corners. ************************* WITH

Lot: 270 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 16th & 18th c.]

3 folio volumes in period/early bindings, containing several various works, from the 16th and 18th centuries. Tallest measures 14.25". Includes: ** Anacleti Reiffenstuel Theologia Moralis… in dous tomos divisa. 1747, 2 vols bound in one, vellum.

Lot: 271 - Confessions of a White Racist [SIGNED] + 1 Other

Pair of first editions by Larry L. King, both signed by King on half-title leaf, including: CONFESSIONS OF A WHITE RACIST. NY: Viking, 1971. 8vo hardcover in jacket. Fine/Fine. + OF OUTLAWS, CON MEN, WHORES, POLITICIANS, AND OTHER ARTISTS. NY:

Lot: 272 - [Cayme Press] The Spleen

Green, Matthew. THE SPLEEN AND OTHER POEMS. Kensington: The Cayme Press, 1925. 8vo in marbled boards with printed label to front, board rubbed and toned, small tear to upper hinge at head, contents with some light foxing in places, gift inscription

Lot: 273 - [Texas Folklore and Books on Books]

Lot of 4 volumes, including: ** Dobie, Frank. MAN, BIRD, AND BEAST. PUBLICATIONS OF THE TEXAS FOLK-LORE SOCIETY, VOLUME VIII, 1930. Austin, 1930. 8vo. Original wrappers, marginal water-stains (mostly near front, dissipating thereafter). ** Dobie,

Lot: 274 - [Story of 3 Bears] Southey, The Doctor, 1st Ed.

Southey, Robert. THE DOCTOR. London: Longman, Rees, [et al], 1834-1847. 7 vol, 8vo. Collated, complete, with errata to vol. 3, errata slip tipped in to vol. 4, and frontis to vol. 7. With half-title leaves, no ads present. Modern paper over boards

Lot: 275 - Frank Harris. Veils of Isis [SIGNED PRESENTATION]

Harris, Frank. THE VEILS OF ISIS AND OTHER STORIES. New York: George H. Doran, [1915]. 8vo. 312 pp. Finely bound in 1/2 red morocco over red cloth, spine gilt, t.e.g. Little signs of use, Very Good. ********************* SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY of

Lot: 276 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 6 volumes]

6 volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books in period bindings. Tallest measures 15.25". Includes: ** Vincentii Houdry Bibliotheca Concionatoria Complectens Panegyrics Orationes… Venice, 1779. 5 vols bound in 1. Limp vellum. ** Pacis

Lot: 277 - Shakespeare, Romeo & Juliet, 1787

Shakespeare, William; Garrick, David. ROMEO AND JULIET. A TRAGEDY. ALTERED FROM SHAKESPEARE BY DAVID GARRICK, AS IT IS ACTED AT THE THEATRES ROYAL. London: G. Lister, 1787. 5 5/8" x 5 1/8". Engraved frontis, 29, [1] pp. Disbound. Title cropped and

Lot: 278 - [Merrymount Press] Charles Dickens, Life of Our

Dickens, Charles. THE LIFE OF OUR LORD. WRITTEN DURING THE YEARS 1846-1849 BY CHARLES DICKENS FOR HIS CHILDREN, AND NOW FIRST PUBLISHED. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. 8vo, hardcover in plastic jacket (chipped/torn) in slipcase, small stain near

Lot: 279 - Caldecott's Graphic Pictures, Limited Edition

RANDOLPH CALDECOTT'S GRAPHIC PICTURES, COMPLETE EDITION. London: Routledge and Sons, 1891. #387 of 1,250 copies. The whole illustrated in color. In four parts, each with separate titles dated 1887–1889. 96, 71, 71, 83 pp. *3rd part lacking page

Lot: 280 - [Rockwell Kent, ill.] Moby Dick, 1930

Mellville, Herman; Kent Rockwell. MOBY DICK. NY: Random House, 1930. 7" x 5.25". Publisher's pictorial black cloth, lacks jacket. Library stamp to top page-ends and title, and rear ffe with "Does Not Circulate" stamp, else contents quite clean.

Lot: 281 - [NY Imprint] Hogg. Brownie of Bodsbeck, 1818

Hogg, James. THE BROWNIE OF BODSBECK; AND OTHER TALES. New-York: Charles Wiley and Co., 1818. 7.5" x 4.75". 2 vol. in 1. 124; 156 pp, + 1 sheet of engraved music. Sheep-backed plain paper boards, front board nearly detached, minor chipping/rubbing.

Lot: 282 - James Fenimore Cooper First Editions

Five works by James Fenimore Cooper, 4 of which are first editions, bound together into 3 volumes: * AFLOAT AND ASHORE. Philadelphia: by the author, 1844. 4 v. 236; 268; 221; 207 pp. 1st American edition. BAL 3910 and 3912. * HOMEWARD BOUND: OR, THE

Lot: 283 - [Hawthorne Provenance, Pres. Copy, w/ ALS]

Bishop, William Henry. OLD MEXICO AND HER LOST PROVINCES. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1883. 8vo, illustrated. Publisher's cloth heavily water-stained and faded, contents with marginal water-stains throughout. Fair only, as-is.

Lot: 284 - [Period Bindings, 12mo, Various, 20 volumes]

20 volumes of 17th-18th century printed books. Tallest measures 6.75". Sold as antique bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 285 - Shirley Jackson. The Bird's Nest. 1st Ed.

Jackson, Shirley. THE BIRD'S NEST. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, 1954. FIRST PRINTING (stated.) 8vo hardcover in jacket. Ffe with bookplate of Lloyd and Kathryn Kaufman covering an old lending library stamp. Endpapers with slight tape shadows

Lot: 286 - Richler. Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz

Richler, Mordecai. THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ. Boston: Little, Brown, 1959. FIRST EDITION (stated.) 8vo hardcover in jacket. Book Near Fine with small stain to title, clean otherwise. Jacket Very Good with some toning to edges and spine

Lot: 287 - Shrake. Strange Peaches [SIGNED, 1st Ed.]

Shrake, Edwin. STRANGE PEACHES. New York: Harper's, 1972. 8vo hardcover in jacket. Book Very Good, boards and top page ends with light stains, first few leaves with very small and light stain at lower edge, else quite clean. Jacket Very Good or

Lot: 288 - Shrake. Blessed McGill [SIGNED, w/ DRAWING]

Shrake, Edwin. BLESSED MCGILL. New York: Doubleday, 1968. 8vo, hardcover in jacket. Spine a bit skewed and boards stained, contents clean. Jacket with slight tape shadows to flap corners, spine panel faded and with sticker residue near base. See

Lot: 289 - Shrake. Pair of Signed 1sts, One w/ Drawing

Pair of signed first editions, both by Edwin Shrake: ** PETER ARBITER. Austin, 1973. 8vo in jacket. NF/NF. Inscribed over two pages, and with drawing. ** BUT NOT FOR LOVE. Garden City, 1964. 8vo in jacket. Inscribed and signed. Tape shadows to

Lot: 290 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 6 volumes]

6 volumes of 18th and 19th century printed books in period bindings. Tallest measures 15.25". Includes: ** Commentaria ad Constitutiones Apostolicas, sue Bullas Singulas… Venice, 1729. 5 vol set bound in 3. Vellum. ** Consilia deu Responsa Juris

Lot: 291 - [Fore-edge Painting, Binding]

Courthope, William John. THE PARADISE OF BIRDS. Edinburgh and London, 1870. 7.5" x 5.75". Period morocco, gilt, spine faded, touch of wear to corners, contents clean. ************************* WITH FORE-EDGE PAINTING OF HAM HOUSE. Sold as fore-edge

Lot: 292 - William Wordsworth. The Prelude, 1850

Wordsworth, William. THE PRELUDE, OR GROWTH OF A POET'S MIND; AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL POEM. London: Moxon, 1850. First edition. 8vo. [8, ads], x, 374, [2] pp. Ads at front dated July 1850, one ad leaf at rear. Original publisher's brown cloth, spine

Lot: 293 - Charles Dickens. Nicholas Nickleby

Dickens, Charles. THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. The Scolar Press, 1973. 20 volumes in wrappers, housed in publisher's case (case missing top panel, tape repairs.) Volumes in excellent condition. ****************** A faithful facsimile

Lot: 294 - [Shakespeare, Joshua Reynolds] Autograph/Book

Book accompanied by a clipped autograph manuscript by Joshua Reynolds, unsigned, referencing Shakespeare: * THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE, AND LONDON REVIEW… VOL: 25 FROM JAN. TO JUNE, 1794. London: Sewell, 1794. 8vo. 488, [16] p. + 10 (of 14) leaves of

Lot: 295 - [Mythology] Banier on the History of Fables, 1713

[Banier, Antoine.] EXPLICATION HISTORIQUE DES FABLES. The Hague: Jean van Millinge, 1713-14. 2 vol. 6.25" x 3.5". [24], 360; [6], 376 pp. Attractive period calf, gilt, partial cracking of front hinges, boards a bit bowed and one with light worming,

Lot: 296 - [Binding] Milton's Works

THE POETICAL WORKS OF JOHN MILTON. London: George Rutledge, n.d. (second half of 19th c.) 7" x 4.75". Illustrated. Bound in period full red calf, with boards ruled in gilt and blind, spine gilt over compartments, marbled page-ends and endpapers.

Lot: 297 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 5 volumes]

5 folio volumes of 17th century printed books in period bindings. Tallest measures 14.5". Includes: ** De Eminentissima Deiparae Virginis Perfectione. Venice, 1629. Limp vellum. ** Francisci Sylvii... Commentarii in... S. Tho. Aquinatis. Antwerp,

Lot: 298 - [Irish Drama] John M. Synge. Lot of 4 Works

Lot of 4 plays by John M. Synge (1871-1909, Irish playwright), all uniformly bound, 8vo, gilt-stamped paper over boards, all published in Boston by John W. Luce & Company, including: DEIRDRE OF THE SORROWS (1911, 1st American edition); THE WELL

Lot: 299 - Ernest Hemingway, Farewell to Arms, 1st editions

Collection of three copies of Ernest Hemingway's A FAREWELL TO ARMS, all first editions in the various languages, including: 1st French edition (wrappers, one of 1,000 copies, Very Good); 1st Estonian edition (hardcover in jacket, Very Good); and 1st

Lot: 300 - Swift. A Voyage to Brobdingnag (and) Lilliput

Swift, Jonathan. A VOYAGE TO BROBDINGNAG MADE BY LEMUEL GULLIVER IN THE YEAR MDCCII. NY: Limited Editions Club, 1950. Two hardcover volumes, one 18.5" x 13.25", and one 3.5" x 2.25". Both in publisher's slipcase. Case with some chips and general

Lot: 301 - Tolkien. Sir Gawain & The Green Knight, 1st ed.

Tolkien, J. R. R.; Gordon, E. V. SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1925. 8vo, half-title leaf absent, else complete with 2 plates. Hardcovers, rebound in green cloth. Previous owner's signature to front blank, very small and

Lot: 302 - Fielding, History of Tom Jones, 1782

Fielding, Henry. THE HISTORY OF TOM JONES, A FOUNDLING. London: for W. Strahan, [et al], 1782. 4 vol. 7" x 3.75". Engraved frontis to each volume. xx, 304; viii, 330; x, 288; xii, 347 pp. Period calf, light surface crackling along spines, some light

Lot: 303 - [Period Bindings, 12 volumes]

12 volumes of 17th, and 18th century printed books. Tallest measures 11.5". Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 304 - [Illustration] The Ingoldsby Legends, 1867

Ingoldsby, Thomas. THE INGOLDSBY LEGENDS, OR MIRTH AND MARVELS. London: Richard Bentley, 1867. Carmine Edition. 8vo. Half-title, xii, 468 pp. + 17 engraved plates (as called for in list.) Early 20th c. 1/2 levant over cloth boards, ruled and lettered

Lot: 305 - [British History, Lit.] Works of Drummond, 1711

Drummond, William. THE WORKS OF WILLIAM DRUMMOND, OF HAWTHORNDEN. Edinburgh: James Watson, 1711. 13.25" x 8.5". Lacking frontis portraits, text complete in two parts with separate title-pages and pagination. Period calf boards, later rebacked, front

Lot: 306 - 3 Plays from Beaumont & Fletcher 1st Folio, 1647

Three plays, extracted from Beaumont and Fletcher's first folio edition of "Comedies and Tragedies." [London: Printed for Humphrey Robinson, 1647]. Folios (12.5" x 8.25"), rebound in blue paper wrappers, all with some water-staining and marginal

Lot: 307 - W. H. Auden. Another Time [SIGNED / INSCRIBED]

W. H. Auden. ANOTHER TIME. London: Faber and Faber, June 1940. 1st ed. 8vo in jacket. 125 pp. Jacket torn, chipped, and with tape repairs. Cloth soiled, old library bookplate to pastedown and number to base of spine, ffe removed, cloth toned/soiled,

Lot: 308 - Huxley. Brave New World Revisted [PROOF COPY]

Huxley, Aldous. BRAVE NEW WORLD REVISITED. NY: Harer & Brothers, ca. 1958. Uncorrected proof, folio sheets held by button. Defective, with chips, tears, lacking some text, some underlining in red pencil, worn. As-is. Rare in any condition.

Lot: 309 - Boyer's Royal Dictionary, 1796

Boyer, Abel; Prieur, J. C. BOYER'S ROYAL DICTIONARY ABRIDGED IN TWO PARTS, I. FRENCH AND ENGLISH, II. ENGLISH AND FRENCH… THE SEVENTEENTH EDITION. Dublin: Wogan, 1796. 8vo. Calf. With folding table. Foxing, toning, some tiny stab holes to first

Lot: 310 - Waverly Novels, Illustrated Quartos

Sir Walter Scott. Waverly Novels. NY, Appleton, 1851. 10" x 6.5". 11 volumes (vols 2-12 only.) Illustrated with engraved plates and in-text illustrations. Original cloth heavily worn, toned, faded, torn, chipped, with former owner's signature to

Lot: 311 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 5 volumes]

5 folio volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books, most in period bindings. Tallest measures 15.25". Includes: ** Institutiones Catholicae… Francisco Amato Pouget. 1764. 2 vol. set. Calf. ** Didaci de Celada Monteladensis... In Estherem

Lot: 312 - [19th c. Stage, Actors, Lot of 3]

Lot of 3 books, as-is, including: Mowatt, Anna Cora. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN ACTRESS; OR EIGHT YEARS ON THE STAGE. Boston: Ticknor, 1854. 8vo. Overall Good. *** Rees, James. THE LIFE OF EDWIN FORREST. Philadelphia: Peterson, n.d. (ca. 1874_. 8vo, cloth

Lot: 313 - [Music] Manuscript Music Book, 19th c.

An early 19th century journal containing manuscript copies of a variety of music. On wove paper, oblong, 9" x 5.4". [96] pp. Period morocco over marbled boards, with "C. H. Wooler" to label on front board. Front board detached, wear and light loss to

Lot: 314 - [Drama, Lot of 6]

Lot of 6 volumes, sold as-is, including: *** Three volumes of THE BRITISH DRAMA, by Cumberland, all published in London in 1817 (part of a larger series.) Rebound in 1/2 calf, Very Good, contains various plays. *** Geyl. A BEAUTIFUL PLAY OF LANCELOT

Lot: 315 - [Illustration, Rackham, Sheringham] A Pair

A pair of illustrated books, as-is: ** Ibsen, Henrik; Rackham, Arthur. PEER GYNT… ILLUSTRATED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM. Philadelphia: Lippincott, n.d. (ca. 1936.) 4to. 12 color plates with captioned tissue guards (all present as per list.) Cloth

Lot: 316 - George Eliot, Collection of Works

Collection of George Eliot's works, published in Boston, by Lothrop, in 1884. 8 volumes, 8vo in publisher's plum cloth. Spines faded and some boards with stains or blemishes, some toning to contents in places though generally clean, early ownership

Lot: 317 - Crookenden. Fair Spaniard, Captive Bride, 1802

Crookenden, Isaac. [BERTHINA], OR THE FAIR SPANIARD. A ROMANCE. TO WHICH IS ADDED… AZA; OR THE CAPTIVE BRIDE. London: Fisher, 1802. 6.25" x 3.75. Engraved frontis, 48 pp. Modern 1/4 calf. Frontis with light soiling and early ownership signature

Lot: 318 - [Literature, Philosophy, British Essayists]

Lot of 14 volumes of The British Essayists. All published in London, in 1802 (9 vols), 1803 (2 vols), 1819 (2 vols) and 1823 (1 vol.) 6.25" x 3.75". All but one bound in marbled calf (the other in straight grained morocco), all volumes intact with

Lot: 319 - [Period Bindings, 12 vol. Set, Italian History]

12 quarto volumes of 18th century printed books. 11" tall. Being a full 12 volume set of Muratori's ANNALI D'ITALIA DAL PRINCIPIO DELL' ERA VOLGARE SINO ALL' ANNO 1750. Monaco, 1761-1764. Original parchment paper over stiff card, an untrimmed set,

Lot: 320 - [Illustration] Social Distinction, 1850

Ellis, Sarah. SOCIAL DISTINCTION; OR HEARTS AND HOMES. London, [1850.] 3 vol. 8vo. Illustrated with engravings, including 3 frontispieces, 3 titles, and 25 plates (all present as per list.) Period calf, stamped in gilt and blind, some light scuffing

Lot: 321 - [Scottish Folklore, Lot of 6]

Lot of 6 books, largest measuring 8.75" tall, shortest 7.25" tall, including: ** Leighton. MYSTERIOUS LEGENDS OF EDINBURGH. Edinburgh, 1886. 1st ed., Rare. Good. ** Alison. THE ANECDOTAGE OF GLASGOW. Glasgow and London, 1892. VG. ** Wallace. POPULAR

Lot: 322 - [Binding, Dalziel's Illustrated Goldsmith]

DALZIEL'S ILLUSTRATED GOLDSMITH… WITH ONE HUNDRED PICTURES DRAWN BY G. J. PINWELL. London: Ward and Lock, 1865. 10.25" x 7.25". Bound in period green half calf over marbled boards, with marbled endpapers, and top edge gilt. Some scuffs, rubbing

Lot: 323 - [Illustration] Memoirs of Jacques Casanova

THE MEMOIRS OF JACQUES CASANOVA DE SEINGALT, PRINCE OF ADVENTURES AND THE MOST INDOMITABLE OF LOVERS… WITH… DRAWINGS BY ANTOINE GAYMARD. London: Privately Printed for the Navarre Society Limited, 1922. 2 vol. 8.75" x 5.75". With 2 portraits

Lot: 324 - [Bindings] The Christian Year, + 1 Other

Pair of books, both in 19th c. bindings, including: ** THE CHRISTIAN YEAR: THOUGHTS IN VERSE FOR THE SUNDAYS AND HOLYDAYS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. Oxford, 18685. 5.25" x 3.25". Bound in full vellum over boards, spine gilt and with labels in gilt,

Lot: 325 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 5 volumes]

5 folio volumes of 18th century printed books, most in period bindings. Tallest measures 16.5". Includes: ** Joannis Wiggers … Commentaria in… Divi Thomae de Deo Trino & Uno. Lovanii et Bruxellis, 1702. 3 vol. set. Calf ** Berti.

Lot: 326 - [Art, Poetry, Victorian Friendship Album]

Manuscript journal. England, ca. 1898-1903. 8.5" x 6.75. Multi-color paper, approx. 65 leaves (plus some blank), including 9 pencil sketches, 6 sketches in pen, 3 photos, 1 watercolor, and 2 other leaves decorated in color/paint. Contains manuscript

Lot: 327 - [Art] London Types, by Nicholson

Nicholson, William. LONDON TYPES. New York: R. H. Russell, 1898. 13" x 10.75". [30] pp., containing 12 woodcut color illustrations by Nicholson, accompanying text, and ad leaf. Printed on heavy stock. Original boards, cloth spine torn and chipped,

Lot: 328 - Laura Knight, Twenty-One Drawings [SIGNED, LTD]

Konody, P. G. TWENTY-ONE DRAWINGS OF THE RUSSIAN BALLET BY LAURA KNIGHT. London: Davis and Orioli, 1920. 16" x 13". Publisher's folio, contents loose (as issued), containing title leaf (signed and limited on verso) and 21 sheets of drawings,

Lot: 329 - [Engraved Plates] Alexander the Great, Ancient Art

Lucke, Hermann. DER EINZUG ALEXANDER DES GROSSEN IN BABYLON. MARMORFRIES VON. B THORWALDSEN. Leipzig: Durr, 1870. Oblong folio ( 20.5" x 13.5".) Engraved frontis, [2], 14, [2, ads] pp. + 21 plates engraved by S. Amsler. Cloth hardcovers in original

Lot: 330 - [Period Bindings, Vellum, Quartos, 7 vols.]

7 volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books, quartos. Tallest measures 10". Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 331 - Mario Tural. 20 Poemas de Amor [Limited ed.]

Neruda, Pablo; Toral, Mario (illustrator.) 20 POEMAS DE AMOR Y UNA CANCION DESESPERADA. Santiago de Chile: Editorial Lord Cochrane, 1970. Folio (15.75" x 15.75".) 149 pp., with 21 color illustrations accompanying text. Original cloth hardcovers in

Lot: 332 - Album of Watercolor Paintings, 19th c.

19th century album, containing 5 watercolor paintings and one pencil sketch, all mounted onto thick album leaves (9.75" x 8.75".) Album itself is missing most of its leaves and the binding is broken some foxing/toning, one painting chipped, as-is,

Lot: 333 - Rare Exhibition Catalogue, Illustrated

ARTS DECORATIFS DE GRANDE-BRETAGNE ET D'IRLANDE EXPOSITION ORGANISEE PAR LE GOUVERNEMENT BRITANNIQUE. Palais du Louvre, 1914. 4to in original printed wrappers. Illustrated with plates and with color title frontis on card mounted to black leaf

Lot: 334 - BREAK. NO LOT.

NO LOT. AUCTION WILL BREAK FOR 20-30 MINUTES AND RESUME WITH LOT 335.

Lot: 335 - Lot of 12 Photos, Nude Studies, Art

Lot of 12 photographic pieces (some containing multiple images), circa 19th c. or early 20th, French, most appearing to be commercial and primarily artistic in nature, some figure studies, though some are more graphic. About half of them are on a

Lot: 336 - [India, South America] RR Engineer's Trunk

Metal "Diamond Jubilee Patent Dispatch Box" (India, ca. 1897), 18" x 12.5" x 7.5", containing a large variety of items used in work and travel. The case belonged to British railroad engineer Alfred Drakeford who built railroads in India as well as

Lot: 337 - Christopher Columbus, 17th c. Oil on Canvas

Attr. to Giovanni Bernardo Carbone (Italian, near Genova, 1616 - 1683). "Cristoforo Columbo", upper right corner "Genova." Oil on canvas, 64 x 48 cm (25" x 18.5"), in modern gilt frame. 1" repair to right margin, retouched near upper right corner and

Lot: 338 - [Engravings, Prints, Adam & Eve] Lot of 4

Lot of 4 prints, engraved and lithographed, all with Adam and Eve as the subject. Late 1700s and early 1800s, size and condition varies, some trimmed, sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 339 - [Map] Large Wall-Map of France, 1791

Belleyme, Pierre de. "Carte de la France Divisee en 83 Departements et subdivisee… Presentee A L'Assemblee Nationale et au Roi. Par de Belleyme … 1791." Paris: Belleyme, ca. 1791. Hand-colored, on 4 large sheets, each sheet measuring

Lot: 340 - [Americana] 18th c. Colonial Militia MS Document

Militia document signed by Sir John Wentworth (Colonial Governor.) Portsmouth (NH), March 8th, 1771. Ink on laid with water-mark, 15" x 12.5", a few short closed tears, creased (as folded), upper right corner with light adhesive residue, overall

Lot: 341 - James Monroe & John Q. Adams, SIGNED DOC.

Partially printed document signed by James Monroe (as President of the United States) and John Quincy Adams (as Secretary of State.) May 18, 1821. 19.75" x 16". With seal. The whole toned, water-stain to left margin, faint horizontal and vertical

Lot: 342 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 6 volumes]

6 volumes of 18th century printed books in period bindings. Tallest measures 14". Includes: ** Emanuelis Gonzalez Tellez… Commentaria Perpetua. Lugduni, 1715. 5 vol. set, speckled calf. ** Leonis Magni... OPERA Omnia. Venice, 1748. 2 volumes

Lot: 343 - Cristiani Bros Circus poster, Large, ca. 1950s

Cristiani Bros. 3 Ring Wild Animal Circus. Poster, circa 1950s. 41" x 27.75". Distributor stamp, some marginal tears, faint creases, a few repairs to upper and lower margins (verso.)

Lot: 344 - Charles Howard Johnson. Pen / Ink Drawing, 1893

Johnson, Charles Howard (1867/8 – 1896.) Pen / Ink drawing, on card. Signed, dated 1893. Image measures 8.75" x 3.75" (at it's widest and tallest points), sheet 14.5" x 11". With 5 tiny stab-holes just outside of image, light soiling, old and

Lot: 345 - Medieval Bible Leaf, Birth of Christ

13th century manuscript Bible leaf on fine, thin vellum, with capitals and numbers in red and blue ink. 158 x 107mm. Manuscript in double columns of 43 lines, recto/verso. Clean overall, Very Good. *************************** A medieval manuscript

Lot: 346 - 15th c. Dutch Manuscript, Document on Vellum

Legal manuscript document on vellum. Dutch, 1436. 45 x 35.5cm (17.75" x 13.5".) Some light soiling and a few short marginal tears, old paper label to rear identifying and dating the document, creased (as folded.)

Lot: 347 - 17th c. Dutch Manuscript, on Vellum, 1677

17th century Dutch manuscript on vellum, legal document, dated 1677. 4to, 9.5" x 6.75". 4 leaves. Creased and a bit soiled/toned. As-is, please refer to photos.

Lot: 348 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 7 volumes]

7 folio volumes of 18th century printed books in early bindings. Tallest measures 15". Includes: ** Jo. Laurentii Berti… OPUS Theologicis Disciplinis. Venice, 1760. 7 vols bound in 4. 19th c. 1/2 morocco. ** Vetus et Nove Ecclesiaw Disciplina...

Lot: 349 - Hendrick van Langen, Original Oil on Canvas

Hendrick J.F van Langen (Dutch, 1874–1965.) Peasant Woman at Spinning Wheel. Signed by artist (lower right corner.) Oil on canvas, 19" x 15". In original frame with label to rear: "Kunsthandel Rembrandt" of Rotterdam. Frame a bit dust-soiled,

Lot: 350 - Lot of 6 Folio Architectural Engravings, ca. 17th

Collection of 6 Italian architectural engravings. Circa mid to late 17th c. Large sheets, measure 19" x 13.5", on laid paper with watermarks, blank verso. Light foxing and soiling, all with some marginal water-staining and some marginal tearing.

Lot: 351 - [Large 19th c. Lithograph] A. Strassgschwandtner

Large lithograph by A. Strassgschwandtner. "Jagd Auf Wachteln." Wien, ca. mid-1800s. Sheet measures 19.5" x 15.5", on wove. Some soiling and spotting. Depicting a hunting scene. As-is.

Lot: 352 - Jewish New Year's Pop-Up Cards, Lot of 3

Lot of 3 pop-up cards celebrating the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. One stamped Germany, others unmarked but probably New York, circa 1930s. All similar in size, largest measures 9.25" x 10". One with chip to one butterfly's wing, a few detached

Lot: 353 - Pair of Paintings, Fashion/Design

Pair of large sheets, each with 4 hand-painted designs for women's dresses. Signed "Martin," circa early 20th c. On heavy stock, sheets measure 19.75" x 14.75". Blank on back. Some light toning.

Lot: 354 - [Early American Electrical Engineering, John

Collection of items including a pamphlet about American electrical engineer John Joseph Carty (published 1930, staples lacking, else clean and Very Good), accompanied by 12 pieces containing pencil drawings, diagrams, and manuscript notes regarding

Lot: 355 - King Philip III of Spain, Signed Document, 1618

Autograph signed document by Philip III, King of Spain. 1618. Ink on laid, 11.75" x 8". 1 p. Foxed, a few small holes and oxidation of ink, light marginal tearing/creasing, small piece of paper laid on near lower left corner identifying the

Lot: 356 - F. Strothmann. WWI Poster, 1918

F. Strothmann. "Beat back the Hun with Liberty Bonds." [Government Printing Office, circa 1918.] Lithograph poster. 30" x 20". Linen-backed, but lifting from linen in places, several chips, sold as-is.

Lot: 357 - [Period Bindings, Vellum, Quartos, 6 vols.]

6 volumes of 18th century printed books, quartos. Tallest measures 9.75". The five uniform volumes contain 6 volumes (bound as 5.) Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 358 - 19th c. Print of McCoy Twins

Wood engraved print of the McCoy Siamese twins, Millie and Christine McCoy (1851 – 1912.) Butterworth and Heath, [ca. late 19th c.] On thin laid, sheet 11.5" x 7". Faint horizontal crease and some very light dusting/soiling, Very Good.

Lot: 359 - Electra: A Tragedy, 1st English Ed.

Sophocles; Theobald (translator.) ELECTRA: A TRAGEDY. TRANSLATED FROM SOPHOCLES, WITH NOTES. London: Lintott, 1714. 6.25" x 3.75". Engraved frontis, [6], 85, [3, ads] pp. In 20th c. marbled wrappers. Frontis detached and with a few small marginal

Lot: 360 - Large Lithograph, Jazz Scene

Large lithograph, jazz scene, on Arches paper. Likely circa 1920s, possibly related to the Harlem Renaissance. Sheet measures 21.5" x 14". Remnants from mounting to rear (margins), small pin-hole to each corner. As-is.

Lot: 361 - Lot of 8 19th c. Engravings

Lot of 18 engravings, all 19th century, most appear to have been published in NY by Appleton & Co. All on heavy wove stock, sheets measuring 12.5" x 9.25", blank on reverse. All clean and Very Good, engraved after various artists including

Lot: 362 - [Fashion] Lot of 21 Large Color Plates, 19th c.

Collection of 21 leaves of various fashion plates. Most are dated from the 1890s. Sizes vary somewhat, but most sheets are approx. 14" x 11". Condition varies, most have some marginal tears and/or chips, some a bit soiled, refer to photos, sold

Lot: 363 - Adriaen Van Ostade, Pair of Etchings, 17th c.

Pair of etchings by Adriaen Van Ostade: "Saying Grace," signed/dated in plate 1653, on laid with water-mark, measured from plate-marks 152 x 130 mm, well-inked, good impression. "Hunchbacked Fiddler," on laid, signed in plate, trimmed within

Lot: 364 - Lot of 8 Bronze Medallions

Lot of 8 commemorative medallions, literary and historical figures. The largest measures 3" wide, and the smallest 1.5". Includes Charles Dickens (in blue case which is badly broken, dated 1932), Louis Pasteur (marked G. Prudhomme), Mark Twain

Lot: 365 - Hand-Colored Bible Bifolium, Venice, 1588

Bible bifolium (4 p.), containing 4 hand-colored woodcut illustrations, each with gold embellishment. From the Sacra Biblia printed in Venice, in 1588. 8" x 11.75". Some light soiling, quite attractive. ************* Contains portion from the end of

Lot: 366 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 6 volumes]

6 folio volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books in period bindings. Tallest measures 14". Includes: ** Josephi Mansi… Locupletissima Bibliotheca Moralis Praedicabilis. Venice, 1722. 4 vol. set. Ful vellum. ** Promptuarium Scoticum ob

Lot: 367 - [Map] Smith. Ould Virginia

"Ould Virginia. A description of part of the adventures of Cap. Smith in Virginia." Circa early 1800s, on wove. Measured from neatlines 14" x 10.75". Right margin and lower margin trimmed within plate-marks, part of upper margin replaced along with

Lot: 368 - [Mining, Real Estate] Archive of 19th c.

Large archive of 19th century documents (primarily early 1800s, though one or two are late 18th c. or early 20th c.), close to 50 items, mostly related to real estate and mining, mostly American, some deeds/indentures, transfer of minerals,

Lot: 369 - [Philately] Large Stamp Collection, ca. 2500

A large collection of stamps from around the world, approximately 2,400 to 2,600 stamps – most appear to be from around the 1930s, though there are some late 19th century items as well. Far too many to list. Approximately 2,000 of the stamps are

Lot: 370 - Richard J. Lane, Pair of Lithograph Proofs

Richard J. Lane, after William Collins. "Studies From Nature." London: Hullmandel, [ca. 1827]. Pair mounted on sheet, each approx. 11 x 7.5cm. Sheet mildly toned and very lightly soiled. "Plate 7 of Lithographic Imitations of Sketches by Modern

Lot: 371 - The Saint. Radio & TV Typescripts

Pair of scripts containing episodes of "The Saint," the character created by Leslie Charteris. * "Button. Button.." Typescript on 4to leaves, [2], 34 leaves (complete). NBC radio script, Feb. 19th, 1951. Stapled at upper left corner, some light

Lot: 372 - [Engraving] Visscher. The Rat Catcher

Visscher, Cornelius (1629–1658.) The Rat Catcher. Engraving, ca. 17th century. 37 x 31.5cm. Laid down and trimmed with caption shaved/cropped. As-is.

Lot: 373 - [Group of Medieval Manuscript Fragments]

Lot of 5 manuscript fragments on vellum, 13th century, appearing to have been used as binder's waste-paper, condition varies, refer to photos. The largest measures 16.5 x 12cm, and the smallest measures 11.5 x 5cm. As-is.

Lot: 374 - [Etching] Hendrik Kobell. Farm House by River

Hendrik Kobell (1751–1779.) Farm House by a River. Etching, on laid, with watermark. Ca. 1777. 32.5 x 20cm. Margins trimmed, tiny tear to left upper edge.

Lot: 375 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 6 volumes]

6 folio volumes of 18th century printed books in period bindings. Tallest measures 16". Includes: ** Vetus et Nova Ecclesiae Disciplina… 1738, 3 vol. set, period parchment paper, untrimmed. ** Thesaurus Sacrorum Rituum... 1769, 3 vols bound in

Lot: 376 - [Civil War Era Periodicals/Journals, Lot of 7]

Lot of 7 Civil War era newspapers and periodicals, all dated between 1862 and 1865 except for one (dated 1870), including: A large Harpers Weekly containing several large woodcut illustrations of battle scenes (with defects); Boston Daily Journal for

Lot: 377 - Medieval Bible Leaf, Book of Acts

13th century manuscript Bible leaf on fine, thin vellum, with capitals and numbers in red and blue ink. 161 x 110mm. Manuscript in double columns of 43 lines, recto/verso. Clean overall, Very Good. *************************** A medieval manuscript

Lot: 378 - [Period Bindings, Octavo, 7 vols, 17th-18th c.]

7 volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books, octavos. Tallest measures 7.5". Includes one full 4 volume set in period parchment paper over boards and 3 others in calf. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 379 - [LaFayette's Death] London Chronicle, 1802

THE LONDON CHRONICLE. London: Woodfall, 1802. From Tuesday, September 14, to Thursday, September 16, 1802. 11.25" x 8.5". 8 pages. Mild toning, first leaf with tax stamp to lower corner and faint ink to upper right margin. *******************

Lot: 380 - [Advertising] Santa Fe Railroad Poster

Santa Fe Railroad advertisement. "The Chief is Still Chief." Boston: Forbes Lithograph Mfg., [ca. 1935.] Printed on thick card (perhaps intended for window display.) 13.5" x 13". Corners lightly bumped, 2" tear at bottom (just approaching image.)

Lot: 381 - [Map, America] Visscher. Insulae Americanae

Visscher, Nicolas. "Insulae Americanae in Oceano Septentrionali…" [Amsterdam: Late 17th century.] Measured from plate-marks 57 x 47cm. Approximately 7 professional repairs to verso (repairing some holes caused by oxidation of those portions

Lot: 382 - Lot of 3 19th c. Etchings, Percy Thomas, Others

Lot of 3 19th c. etchings, including: * Percy Thomas. "On Strike." c. 1889. On heavy paper. Sheet 13" x 10", chips to corners, light soiling, closed tear to upper margin almost touching image. * Etching of a mountain view, by "Moran", dated 1887, on

Lot: 383 - French Military, Pair of Prints, 19th c.

Pair of prints, including: * "Marine et Colonie." Color lithograph, French, ca. 1889. Printed on smooth, heavy stock. Sheet 14.25" x 9.75". Mild toning. * Engraved battle scene. F. Lefman after Adolphe Yvon. Printed on heavy wove. Scattered foxing.

Lot: 384 - P. Delfino. Watercolor Painting.

Orginal watercolor painting, signed "P. Delfino." Lady playing piano. Unknown date, likely early 20th c. Large sheet (thick paper) 18" x 14". Paper remnants to edge (from mounting), a few very small spots of soiling.

Lot: 385 - Albrecht Durer Woodcuts, Lot of 3

Two woodcuts from Durer's The Small Passion, both trimmed and laid down onto thick card, both measuring approx. 128 x 98 mm, both a bit toned, unable to determine paper type (as laid down onto card.) Sold with one 19th c. copy of a Durer woodcut.

Lot: 386 - [Etchings, Lot of 5, 17th-19th c.]

Lot of 5 small 17th-19th century etchings. One tavern scene by Adriaen van Ostade (1610-1685), and 4 others, most in very good condition. All on laid but one (man holding horse, consoling woman carying basket), largest measures 10 x 8.5 cm. Sold

Lot: 387 - Silk Broadside, 19th c., King Umberto I of Italy

Silk broadside souvenir and program for the visit of King Umberto I (and the Queen), of Italy, to England. Last quarter of the 19th century. 14" x 14". A couple of marginal holes/chips/tears, scattered foxing, Good+. *************** A scarce and

Lot: 388 - [Period Bindings, Folios, 18th c., 3 vols]

4 folio volumes of 18th century printed books. 15" tall. Contains volumes 1-14 (bound in 4) of Joannis Gutierrez OPERA OMNIA. Printed 1730. Period calf over beveled wooden boards, clasps. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer

Lot: 389 - James Russell Lowell, ALS, 1886

Autograph letter signed, by James Russell Lowell, to Miss. C. F. Bates. 68 Beacon Street, 2nd April, 1886. 1 p. 6.75" x 4.4". Ink on parchment paper. Slight horizontal crease, mild toning, Very Good. ******************** Letter thanking Ms. Bates for

Lot: 390 - [Etching] Ernst Roeber. "Kaiser Nero"

Ernst Roeber (1849-1915). "Kaiser Nero." Ca. late 19th century. Etching and watercolor (black and white). Artwork measures 21.5 x 20cm (board slightly larger.) Signed in the image and on the mounting board. Paper laid onto card. In pencil, on rear,

Lot: 391 - [Civil War, Pair of Items]

Pair of items related to the Civil War, including: * Portrait of Robert E. Lee, cut from 1868 periodical. 11.5" x 10.25". Some light soiling. * THE CHILD AT HOME. Boston: American Tract Society, March, 1862. No. 3. 4 pp. 14.5" x 10.25". Creased,

Lot: 392 - [Etching of a River Scene]

Etching of a river scene. Circa 19th c. Unknown artist (see photos.) Plate measures 9.75" x 6.25", on large folio sheet. Laid paper with watermark. Some light soiling, short marginal tears. Sold as-is.

Lot: 393 - [Mining, Group of Items]

Collection of items related in mining in the 19th century, including: Swedish pamphlet on mining and transporting Cobalt. "Kungorelse, Om Utforsel af ra Cobolt-Malm, samt hwad derwid kommer at i akt tagas…" Stockholm, 1804. 7.75" x 6.25". 4 pp.

Lot: 394 - A. Kauffman. Pen/Ink Drawing, Geo. Edmunds

Kauffman, A. "Yours truly, Geo. F. Edmunds." Pen / Ink drawing on card. American, circa 1900. Overall measures 12.5" x 9.25". Mild toning, some light soiling, lower/left corner with small crease. George F. Edmunds (1828–1919), notable Senator

Lot: 395 - [Map] The State of South Carolina 1796

Tanner, Benjamin. "The State of South Carolina: from the best Authorities." New York: John Reid, [ca. 1796.] On heavy laid. Measuring from neat-lines 17" x 15". Lower edge remargined, mild toning, one small paper repair to verso near bottom of

Lot: 396 - Lot of 12 Engraved Plates, Early 18th c.

Lot of 12 engraved plates on 4to sheets, most measuring 10" x 7.75". Salvaged from a defective/fragmented 18th century quarto Bible in English, [London: John Baskett, 1716]. Engraved on laid paper, each illustrating a Biblical passage, with engraved

Lot: 397 - George Hardinge, 18th c. MS Petition to King

Manuscript letter and petition by George Hardinge. Both in ink on laid paper. Includes a personal letter, 2 pp. on 4to leaf, and one 5 page 8vo manuscript draft of a petition to the King from the 1780s. Letter with some closed tears and marginal

Lot: 398 - [Mining] California Gold Mining, Autograph

Collection of 3 lengthy letters by "Jack" to "Eric" (presumably his brother.) Oroville, CA, no date, appears late 19th or early 20th c. On 4to leaves, ruled linen paper, in pencil, most leaves with writing in front and back. Letters are 4, 5, and 4

Lot: 399 - [Period Bindings, Folios, Quartos, 7 vols.]

7 volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books, folio and quarto in size. Tallest measures 14". Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 400 - [Slavery Abolished] New York Times, 1865

The New-York Times. Tuesday, December 19, 1865. 8 pp., 22.25" x 17.25". Lower margin trimmed with some slight loss, horizontal crease (folded), a few small holes, rather clean overall, Very Good. ******************** Scarce. First article on first

Lot: 401 - Microcalligraphy, Apostles Creed, a Pair

Two pieces of microcalligraphy, circa 19th century. Both are manuscript copies of the Apostles Creed, beginning, "I believe in God, the Father Almighty…." Each mounted behind glass in circular wooden frame, one with small hanger and the other

Lot: 402 - Lot of 5 Engravings, ca. 16th-18th c.

Lot of 5 engravings, religious subjects, all on laid paper (some water-marked). Including Joannes Baptista / Vrints excudit / 1584, after Antonius Wierix; another A. Bloemaert, dated 1611 in the plate (Judas Iscariot); and 3 others, similar, one with

Lot: 403 - [Map] De La Sphere

"De la Sphere...." Paris: chez le Sieur Mondard, rue S. Jacques a l'Hotel Sanmur. Et chez L. Denis, meme rue vis a vis les Jesuites la Porte cochere a cote d'un Libraire et d'un Horloger, approximately 1787. Measured from plate-marks 55.5 x 32cm, on

Lot: 404 - [Etchings, Portraits, Lot of 6, ca. 17th-19th c.]

Lot of 6 small etchings, all portraits. At least 2 by David Deuchar (1743–1808), and others, most in very good condition. Some wove and some laid, largest measures 5 x 5.5 cm. Sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 405 - [U.S. Navy] George Bancroft, ALS, 1846

Autograph letter signed by Secretary of the Navy, George Bancroft. Navy Department, August 20, 1846. 1 p. Laid with water-mark, 8" x 7.5", one vertical crease, else clean, Very Good. ***************************** George Bancroft., U.S. Sec. of the

Lot: 406 - [Period Bindings, 8vo, Vellum, 7 vols]

7 volumes of 18th century printed books, octavos. Tallest measures 8.5". 5 full vellum, 2 blind-stamped pig. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 407 - 16th c. English Bible Leaves, Coverdale

Collection of leaves, several of which appear to be from an edition a Coverdale Bible, and a 14 page fragment which is also likely from a Bible. All are circa mid 1500s, 4 leaves, 1 bifolium, and one 14 page fragment. All measuring approximately 7" x

Lot: 408 - SIGNED/LIMITED William Groper Lithograph

Gropper, William (1897-1977.) "Market on 38th Street." New York: Associated American Artists, [1965.] Sheet 22" x 18.5". With original board, tissue guard, and mat accompanying (mat foxed). Some slight toning, else clean, Very Good.

Lot: 409 - Hullmandel. Lithographs, ca. 1827, Lot of 3

3 large lithographed plates, 2 in color, all by C. Hullmandel after H.W. Burgess, circa 1827. Plates measuring 16.25" x 12.25" on india paper, all mounted on larger sheets. Some light foxing and soiling, one with marginal tears, another with marginal

Lot: 410 - [French Revolution, Law Equipping Guard, 1791]

Law from the French Revolution, providing for equipping the volunteer National Guard in defense of the government. "LOI. Relative a l'equipement des Gardes Nationales volontaires, enroles pour la defense du Royaume." Paris, September 7, 1791. 4to

Lot: 411 - [Railroads, Coal Strike, Broadside]

Broadside, issued by the London and North Western Railway, announcing the reduction of passenger train service due to the coal strike in Britain. The National Coal Strike of 1912 went on for 37 days as miners tried to secure a minimum wage. The Coal

Lot: 412 - [Period Bindings, Vellum, 4to & 12mo, 7 vols.]

7 volumes of 17th and 18th century printed books, vellum bindings. Tallest measures 8.5". Includes one quarto 2 volume set, and others. Sold as antique books and bindings, ex-library, as-is. Refer to photos.

Lot: 413 - [16th c. Woodcuts, Lot of 20 Leaves]

Lot of 20 illustrated leaves, apparently from a fragmented 16th c. Bible in Latin. 7" x 4.75". Condition varies, some foxing and toning. Each leaf contains at least one woodcut, some with two (recto/verso). As-is.

Lot: 414 - Rembrandt Etching, Preacher of the Remonstrants

Rembrandt van Rijn Jan Uytenbogaert. The Preacher of the Remonstrants. Etching on heavy laid paper with partial watermark (horizontal chains spaced 2.5 cm), measured from plate-marks 225 x 187 mm (8.75" x 7.25".) 1635. "Rembrandt" and "1635" etched

Lot: 415 - Leyendecker. WWI Poster, 1917

Leyendecker, J. C. (Joseph Christian). "U.S.A. Bonds. Third Liberty Loan Campaign Boy Scouts of America. Weapons for Liberty." NY: American Lithographic Co., [1917.] Lithograph poster. 30" x 20". Linen-backed, some small chips and fraying to

Lot: 416 - [American Revolution] Large Photogravure

"The British Entry into Philadelphia, September 26, 1777." Printed in Paris & Published December 1, 1905 by Manzi Joyant & Co. Photogravure. India paper mounted on heavy wove sheet. Sheet measures 35.5" x 25.25". Overall clean, a few specks

Lot: 417 - Medieval Bible Leaf, Jesus' Death & Resurrection

13th century manuscript Bible leaf on fine, thin vellum, with capitals and numbers in red and blue ink. 161 x 110mm. Manuscript in double columns of 43 lines, recto/verso. Clean overall, Very Good. *************************** A medieval manuscript

Lot: 418 - [Etching, 17th c.] Portrait of Paracelsus

W. Hollar. "Effigies Paraselci Medici Celeberrimi." London: Sould by John Overton at the white horse neere the fountaine tavern without Newgate, [mid-1600s.] Etching on laid paper with watermark. Plate measuring 305 x 212mm. Attractive and in Very

Lot: 419 - Kelly & Miller Bros. Circus Poster

Large circus poster. "Al G. Kelly and Miller Bros. 2nd Largest Circus." Circa 1950s. With panel attached to lower margin announcing the date/place. Overall measures 41.75" x 36.25. A few short closed marginal tears and one tear extending approx. 1.5"

Lot: 420 - [Slave-Trade] Votes, House of Commons, Lot of 4

Lot of 4. VOTES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. London, 1788. Numbers 23, 24, 97 and 95. Disbound folios, quite clean with occasional foxing, all complete (ranging from 5 p. to 32 p.) All containing votes related to slavery, and many containing votes on

Lot: 421 - Henry Raleigh. WWI Poster, "Hun or Home?"

Henry Raleigh. "Hun or Home? Buy More Liberty Bonds." Chicago: Edwards & Deutsch Litho Co., [ca. 1918.] Lithograph poster. 30" x 20". Linen-backed, marginal fraying/chipping. As-is.

Lot: 422 - [Americana] Etchings, Large, Lot of 7

Lot of 7 19th century etchings, all of important American and literary scenes or locations, including Fort McHenry under siege, homes of Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Cullen Bryant, James Fenimore Cooper, Robert E. Lee, and Howard Payne. Folio sheets,

Lot: 423 - King James "He" Bible, 1611, Pair of Leaves

Pair of leaves from the first edition of the King James Bible, known as the "He" Bible. London, 1611. 14.5" x 9.75". One with 2" closed tear. Includes Matthew 1, and 2 (up to verse 20), and the first chapter of Mark. As-is.

Lot: 424 - [Coins] Italian Groat

Silver Groat. In small envelope which reads, "Italy (Florence) Groat circa 1400. Depicts the baptism of Christ by St. John. Rare." Measures 27mm in diameter. Sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 425 - Funerary Linen, Hieratic MS, Book of the Dead

Lot of 8 fragments of Hieratic funerary linen; likely from the Book of the Dead and dating to approximately 100 B.C. or slightly later. Largest measures 7.5" x 0.75" (see photos for dimensions/scale.) The Book of the Dead was intended to guide the

Lot: 426 - Medieval MS Bible Leaf, Quarto, Book of Job

13th century manuscript Bible leaf on fine vellum, with capitals and numbers in red and blue ink. 203 x 141mm. Manuscript in double columns of 65 lines, recto/verso. Clean overall, Very Good. *************************** A medieval manuscript Bible

Lot: 427 - [Map] Virginia and Florida, 17th c.

Jannson, Jan. "Virginiae partis australis, et Floridae partis orientalis…." Circa 1640s. Measuring from plate-marks 50.5 x 39cm. Hand-colored. Verso with French text, old stub affixed to crease, and one small cloth-tape repair; several short,

Lot: 428 - [Blackface, Racism in Theatre] Pair of Posters,

Pair of 19th century theatre posters advertising performances by Ned Harper – a 19th c. blackface performer. Both dated 1846, both for performances at the Theatre Royal, Whitehaven, England. Both with small stab-holes to left margin (were

Lot: 429 - [Civil War Letter] William Byron Henry, ALS

Autograph letter signed, by William Byron Henry (Co. "B", 116th Regiment, Ohio Infantry.) Near Wolftown, Md. August 2, 1864. 8vo, 6 pp., in pencil on wove. Creasing and very light soiling, Good. ****************** Letter from "Byron" Henry to his

Lot: 430 - Etching, Hieronymus Hopfer, 16th c. + 1 other

Hieronymus Hopfer (1500-1563). Etching on laid, trimmed up to plate-lines, sheet measures 22.25 x 16cm. Ca. 16th century. Short closed tear near upper right corner, some residue from previous mounting to upper and lower margin (on back), else clean,

Lot: 431 - [War of 1812] ALS, Captain Abraham Hubbard

Autograph letter signed, from Captain Abraham Hubbard to Col. Elisha Sill. July 10, 1812. 1 p. 8vo, on laid. Some marginal chips, a few small holes, foxed/toned/creased/stains/small tears, see photos. *************** "This may Sertyfy [sic] that I

Lot: 432 - 19th c. MS Death Sentence, Court Martial

Manuscript document, signed by Field Marshall Stapleton Cotton, Viscount Combermere (1773-1865), and by Col. M. Childers (Brevet Major, served with the 11th Light Dragoons at Waterloo.) Cawnpore, India, 1829. 2 pieces, on wove. One folio sheet

Lot: 433 - Large Etching by Peter Moran, 1887, Signed

Moran, Peter (1841-1914). Etching, cows at river. 1887. Signed by Moran in pencil (lower right.) Image measures 23.5" x 15.75. Chip to lower margin, some other marginal tears, spots of soiling/staining. As-is.

Lot: 434 - [Baseball] Large 19th c. Woodcut Illustration

Large woodcut illustration, from a 19th century London periodical. "The American Baseball Players at Kennington Oval – Visit of the Prince of Wales." ca. 1889. 18.5" x 12.5" (measured from neatline to neatline, sheet larger.) Some

Lot: 435 - [Map, Large] Lloyd's Map of the Southern States

"Lloyd's Map of the Southern States Showing all the Railroads, their Stations & Distances… 1862." New York: J. T. Lloyd, [1862.] Colored by state. Large map, measured from neatlines 51.25" x 37". Condition somewhat typical of these fragile

Lot: 436 - German Currency, Large Lot, Early 1900s

A large lot of paper currency, primarily German and from the early 1900s. 97 items in total. Largest measures approx. 7.5" x 4.25", smallest measure approx. 3.5" x 2.25". Condition varies but mostly Very Good.

Lot: 437 - Bloemaert Engraving (+ 2 others)

Cornelius Bloemaert after Abraham Bloemaert. "Avaritia." Dated 1625 in the plate. On laid, 191 x 136 mm., trimmed and mounted onto support sheet, lower corners clipped. Plus two others, portraits, one dated 1603, the other being a portrait of a

Lot: 438 - Boy's Own Paper, 1879, 6 Issues in Original Wraps

BOY'S OWN PAPER. London: Leisure Hour, 1879. 12" x 8.5". Issued in parts, here being parts 1, 3-7, of the first volume. 6 issues in total. Each is complete, with frontis, and with illustrations in-text. All bound in original printed paper wrappers,

Lot: 439 - Collection of Prang Lithograph Plates

Lot includes: * Series of 12 lithographed plates of American Birds, in publisher's envelope. Boston: L. Prang and Co., ca. 1870s. On cards, measuring 4" x 2.5". Envelope torn, some plates with light foxing. * Small album containing lithographed cards

Lot: 440 - Coptic MS Papyrus Fragments, Lot of 4

Lot of 4 manuscript Coptic fragments on papyrus, likely dating to around the 6th or 7th century A.D. Largest measures 3" x 1" (see photos for scale.) One fragment possibly mentions a "deacon." Sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 441 - Pair of SIGNED William Groper Lithographs

Pair of Limited Edition lithographs by William Gropper (1897-1977.) Including "Flower Vendor", and "Davy Crockett." Sheets measuring 9" x 6" and 16" x 12", respectively. NY: Associated American Artists, both mid 20th century. On wove, both signed in

Lot: 442 - Catholic Indulgences, S. America, Lot of 6

Lot of 6, all South American, dated 1798 through 1821. Three are indulgence certificates allowing for the buyer to eat meat on days of abstinence, and three are summaries of indulgences for their respective years. Size and condition varies. The

Lot: 443 - Pair of SIGNED William Groper Lithographs

Pair of Limited Edition lithographs by William Gropper (1897-1977.) Including "Finn MacCool", and "Rip Van Winkle." Sheets measure 16" x 12". NY: Associated American Artists, ca. 1947, 1945. On wove, both signed in pencil (lower right margin), both

Lot: 444 - [Art, Plates] da Vinci, Raffaele, Michelangelo

3 collections of plates in paper folders, all published in Milan by Roberto Hoesch, containing captioned cards with tipped on color reproductions of art by old masters, including da Vinci, Raffaele, and Michelangelo. Mid 20th century, each containing

Lot: 445 - [American Revolution] Large Photogravure

"No. 1 Broadway, 1776." Printed in Paris & Published December 1, 1904 by Manzi Joyant & Co. Photogravure. India paper mounted on heavy wove sheet. Sheet measures 36.25" x 26.5". Overall clean, two long closed tears to lower margin (one

Lot: 446 - [Engraving] Hogarth, "Shrimps!"

Engraving. E. Bartolozzi after William Hogarth. "Shrimps!" Circa 1800. On large elephant folio sheet, wove, measuring from plate-marks 10.75" x 8". Water-stain to left side of sheet just protruding into plate-mark, some light marginal tearing (well

Lot: 447 - [Etchings] Gillray, William Cobbett

Four etchings on one large sheet, by James Gillray, all from The Life of William Cobbett series. London, H. Humphrey, 1809. Sheet measures 25" x 19". On wove. Sheet torn into two at center, some very light soiling, overall clean. As-is.

Lot: 448 - [Slavery] Invoice for Slave, 1843

Puerto Rico, 1843. Manuscript invoice including sale of "el negro Alfred." 4to leaf, wove. Creased as previously folded, a few closed 1" tears, else Good+.

Lot: 449 - Daniel Webster, ALS, 1832

Autograph letter signed, by Daniel Webster. July 31, 1832. 7.5" x 4.75". 1, [3 blank] pp. Folded leaf, ink on wove with water-mark. Faint creasing, else clean, Very Good. ** Addressed to Mr. Frothingham, discussing business matters.

Lot: 450 - Joseph Nash Lithographs, Large, Lot of 10

Lot of 10 tinted lithographs by Joseph Nash, from David Wilkie's Oriental Sketches. Ca. 1843. Folio sheets, 21" x 14.5", thick wove. Condition varies, most with some light foxing, each with stamp of the Museum for the Arts of Decoration, some with

Lot: 451 - Papyrus Fragments, MS Greek Text, Lot of 8

Lot of 8 various manuscript Greek fragments on papyrus, likely dating between the 2nd and 6th century A.D. Largest measure 3" x 1" (see photos for scale.) Sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 452 - [Map] Map of Jerusalem, 18th century

Map of Jerusalem. London, 1689 (but likely early 1700s). 21.5" x 17". On heavy laid paper. With stub along vertical crease and two other vertical creases (as once bound, folding), a few short closed tears to margins, one small stain (noticeable

Lot: 453 - Japanese Woodblock Prints/Book, Lot of 57

Japanese woodblock prints, believed to be an unbound book. Approximately 58 pieces (some intact bifolia, some single pages), all but one containing woodblock prints (most in color, possibly hand-painted). Circa 19th century but possibly early 20th.

Lot: 454 - Lot of 5 Various Papyrus MS Fragments

Lot of 5 various manuscript papyrus fragments, most appearing to be Arabic, Greek, or Coptic. Largest measures 6" x 2.25" (see photos for scale), one mounted/matted (visible from both sides.) Sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 455 - [Americana, Slavery] James Buchanan, State of

Waterbury American – Extra. [December, 1859]. 2 sheets, 4 pp. 18.25" x 11.75". Toned, several closed tears, some light marginal chipping, else Good. ************* An extra issue containing James Buchanan's lengthy State of the Union speech

Lot: 456 - [Currency, Lot of 15]

15 pieces of paper currency, primarily WWII era (early to mid 1940s), one Russian note dated 1909. Condition varies, refer to photos. Includes currency of Greece, Ethiopia, Italy, Philippines. Sold as-is.

Lot: 457 - Lots of 5 Hieratic MS Papyrus Fragments

Lot of 5 various Hieratic manuscript fragments on papyrus. Largest measures 3" x 2.5" (see photos for scale.) Sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 458 - Sir George Hayter. Watercolor and Sketch (Pair)

Sir George Hayter (British, 1792 – 1871). Pair of items, both circa 1840s, including: * Watercolor on heavy stock. 30 x 20.5 cm (11.75" x 8"). Dated 1846, captioned in pencil "Asking the way to the Hospital," with ink-stamp of George Hayter to

Lot: 459 - [Map] The State of North Carolina

Lewis, Samuel. "The State of North Carolina from the best Authorities, &c." [Philadelphia: Mathew Carey, ca. 1795 or shortly after.] On heavy laid. Measured from plate-marks 49 x 29.5cm. Quite clean, with some mild toning, vertical crease. Tipped

Lot: 460 - John Belasyse, 1st Baron Belasyse, ADS, 1667

Autograph document signed by John Belasyse, 1st Baron Belasyse (1614–1689.) December 12, 1667. Folio (13.25" x 9"), large folded sheet, 4 p. (two pages with MS), on laid with water-mark. With wax seal of Belasyse affixed near signature. Creased,

Lot: 461 - [19th c. Advertising, Allen & Ginter Cards/Albums]

19th century advertising and lithography. Circa 1870. Lot includes 2 Allen and Ginter Albums and a collection of 26 Allen and Ginter cigarette cards, from the "50 Fish From American Waters" series. Cards 2.75" x 1.5", each with color lithograph of

Lot: 462 - [Maps] Hemisphere pour voir Les Terres

"Hemisphere Septentrional [and Meridional] pour voir plus distinctoment Arctiques [and Australes]." Amsterdam: Ottens, [ca. 1740.] A pair, on laid, hand-colored, measured from plate-marks 45.5 x 46.5cm and 46.5 x 47.5cm. Some very light foxing but

Lot: 463 - [Americana] Lot of 11 Assorted 18th-19th c. Items

Lot of assorted early American Documents, including: ** Ohio, March 24, 1816. Manuscript bounty receipt, $4 for the scalp of a wolf. ** Salisbury, North Carolina, 1799. Partially printed and manuscript court summons for Joseph Thompson. ** Salisbury,

Lot: 464 - [Currency, China, Japan, Korea, Lot of 22]

Lot of 22 pieces of paper currency, most appear to be WWII era: 1 Korean note, pair of Hong Kong notes, the remainder are Chinese and Japanese notes. Sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 465 - [Americana] Declaration of Independence

William Woodruff. Unusual 19th century Lyon imprint of this lithographed Declaration of Independence. Measures 25" x 19". A rather tired example with margins chipped, a couple of creases (as folded) some splitting, light soiling, toning, sold as-is.

Lot: 466 - [18th c. Smuggling] British Act, 1719

AN ACT AGAINST CLANDESTINE RUNNING OF UNCUSTOMED GOODS, AND FOR MORE EFFECTUAL PREVENTING OF FRAUDS RELATING TO CUSTOMS. London, Baskett, 1719. Disbound folio, [2], 239-258 p. Mild toning, Very Good. ************** An act increasing the punishments

Lot: 467 - Engraving/Etching, a Pair

"Ayzay le Duc dur la Rivierr de Seine." Par c. Chasullon. N.d. (ca. 17th c.?) On laid with partial water-mark (grapes bunched) Measured from plate-lines 18 x 12.5cm. Clean. Sold with: "Executions of the Conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot in the Year

Lot: 468 - [Broadside, Boston, Mortality, 1838-9]

Broadside. "General Abstract of the Bill of Mortality for the City of Boston, From January 1, 1838, to January 1, 1839." J.H. Eastburn, City Printer, [ca. 1839.] 14.75" x 12.5". On wove. Some dust soiling, numerous closed tears along folds, two old

Lot: 469 - [Etching] Stonewall Jackson, by Adalbert Volck

Volck, Adalbert. "Stonewall" Jackson. Circa 1862. Etching on wove, measuring from plate-marks 5" x 4.25". Framed, some toning, light foxing, not examined out of frame. As-is. ****************** Adalbert Volck was a noted Confederate artist who was a

Lot: 470 - [Etching] Don Quixote & Sancho, Adalbert Volck

Volck, Adalbert. Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. Etching on wove, circa early 1860s. Measured from plate-marks 7.5" x 6.25". A bit toned. Framed, and not inspected out of frame, as-is. ******************* Adalbert Volck was a noted Confederate artist

Lot: 471 - [Map, Large] Island of St. Christopher, 1758

Bellin. "Carte Reduite de L'Isle de Saint Christophe…." Paris, 1758. Measured from plate-marks 35.5" x 24". Hand-colored, on laid. Two holes near crease, some repairs to verso (refer to photos), clean and bright. Upper margin affixed to matting,

Lot: 472 - [Map, Large] Gulf and River St. Lawrence…

"Chart of the Gulf and River St. Lawrence. Including the coast from Breton Island to Cape Cod, and the Island and Banks of Newfoundland." London: James Imray, 1853. Large map, measured from neat-lines 61.5" x 38.25". Toned, stained, creased, margins

Lot: 473 - [Americana] British Act Regulating Steel

"An Act to encourage the Importation of Pig and Bar Iron from His Majesty's Colonies in America; and to prevent the Erection of any Mill of other Engine for Slitting or Rolling of Iron… or any Furnace for making Steel in any of the said

Lot: 474 - [Royal Proclamations] Pair of 17th c. Broadsides

Pair of British Proclamations, both dissolving Parliament. Both printed in London: 1672, and 1680. On laid, measuring 13.5" x 9" and 14" x 11". A couple of rust stains from old paper-clips, some wrinkling/light fraying to some edges, Good. Each with

Lot: 475 - [Map] Carte reduite des Isles Acores, 1755

"Carte reduite des Isles Acores…." Paris: Bellin, 1755. On laid, sheet measures 36" x 24.5". Vertical crease, upper margin with some short closed tears repaired, verso not inspected, as professionally mounted to black, acid-free archival board

Lot: 476 - [Magic, Spectacle] Large Hand-Colored Engraving

"Le Moulin Merveilleux." Fabrique de Pellerin, Imprimeur-Libraire à Epinal, n.d. [circa mid 1800s.] Sheet 22.5" x 16.5". Small chip to lower margin, faint creasing, light soiling, the whole laid down onto two large bifolia (containing 19th c.

Lot: 477 - Green Man Carving on Wood, ca. 1700

Green Man carving on oak, European, ca. 1700. 9.5" x 8.25". 7/8" thick. Corners bumped/chipped, modern hangers screwed in to rear. Refer to photos. ***************** The Green Man decorative motif appears in many cultures through many centuries. It

Lot: 478 - Large Box for Pulpit Bible

Large book box, presumably for a pulpit Bible. Ca. early 20th c. 22" x 18" x 5". Leather over wooden boards, interior lined in velvet, with copper fixtures. Intact, some wear with leather chipped in places, as-is.

Lot: 479 - [Map] Ville de Paris, 1834

"Nouveau Plan Routier de la Ville de Paris ou Guide Exact de Cette Capitale." Paris: chez Rosselin, 1834. On wove. Sheet 40" x 29". Also with original paper wrappers which originally housed the folded map. Toning along ceases, some small tears, the

Lot: 480 - Large Hand-Colored Engraving

"The Turnpike Gate." Engraved by C. Turner. London: Orme, ca. 1808. 22.75" x 19.5". Hand-colored engraving on heavy wove. The whole toned and with some soiling, some creasing and shorts tears to margins, abrasions in various places, as-is.

Lot: 481 - [Colonial America, Indian Scalping, Pair of

A pair: THE BATH JOURNAL. Feb. 8, 1747-8, and Nov. 30, 1747. Large folios, each 4 pp. Creased (as folded), each with tax stamps to lower right corner, mild toning, Good+. As-is. ****************** Each contains "Plantation News" from America,

Lot: 482 - Framed Photo, Fire-Engine

Photo of fire-engine, pulled by mules, with fireman posing outside a fire-station. Circa late 19th or early 20th century. Photo measures 8" x 6". Writing on back of frame appears to read "Manchester F. D. Hose 4." Mounted on paper and framed. Not

Lot: 483 - [Authors, Editors, Publishers] Lot of 4 ALS

Lot of 4 autograph letters signed, from various editors/authors, etc., including: ** T. Buchanan Reid. 1864. 2 p, to Fields on publication of his poems, "give my regards to Longfellow and Holmes." ** Lucy Sanborn. 1876. 4 p., to Mrs. Dodge (St.

Lot: 484 - [Egypt, WWI] Collection of 8 Watercolors, POW

Collection of 8 water-color paintings, mostly of Egypt during WWI, and 4 of which were painted by a Turkish prisoner of war. Most measure approx. 5.5" x 3.5", three smaller (approx. 3.5" x 2.5"). Condition for all is Good or better. An unique

Lot: 485 - Lot of 8 Photos, Fire-Engines

Lot of 8 early 20th century photos, all but one of fire-engines (one of fire.) One repeated. All mounted, 7 matted. The 7 measure (by view) 6.5" x 4.5", and the other measures 8.5" x 6.5". As-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 486 - Lot of 4 Engravings, Portraits, circa 17th c.

Lot of 4 engravings, portraits, all on laid and circa 17th or early 18th century. Sizes vary (see photos). Includes Joannes Meyssens after Van Dyck, and others. One mounted to support sheet and trimmed, larger item with some repairs and abrasions to

Lot: 487 - The Who, Poster

Poster. "WHO on new label", poster for their song, "Substitute." Circa 1966. On paper, 25" x 17.5". Several chips to margins, closed tears (including within image), some wrinkling/creasing. As-is.

Lot: 488 - [Americana] Andrew Jackson, Message to Congress

National Intelligencer, Extra – Tuesday, Dec. 4, 1832. Single sheet, printed recto only. 21.5" x 15.5". Several short closed tears, some marginal chips and a few very small holes to text, creased, foxed, toned, verso with repair along one of the

Lot: 489 - King James Bible Fragment/Leaves, 1613, Folio

Collection of 38 leaves (some complete bifolia) from a fragmented folio King James Bible. From the true 1613 folio edition, with text in 72 lines. Measuring 16.5" x 10.75". All rather clean and Very Good. Includes leaves from OT, NT, and Apocrypha,

Lot: 490 - [Slavery] Customs Forms for Native Africans, 1832

Pair of customs forms (printed, unfilled) from 1832. 2 folio leaves, laid paper with water-mark. One with early ink number to corner, else clean and Very Good. *************** Specimen of a bond to be entered into by Masters of vessels, to pay a fine

Lot: 491 - [Civil War] Poster, 1864

Military Register, for Company L, 1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Art'y. 23.25" x 19.5". Lithograph, by A. Hoen and Co. of Baltimore, published by Geo. M Lanckton, Washington D.C. Circa 1864. Laid down onto board, toned, some staining and foxing,

Lot: 492 - [British History] Votes of House of Commons

Lot of 5 Votes of the House of Commons, all from the period immediately following the end of the Revolutionary War, dated 1788. All disbound folios, all complete, all clean and in Very Good condition, and some votes related to America (specifically

Lot: 493 - Costume Designs, Pair (Water-color & Lithograph)

Pair of costume designs, including: *** Water-color of Lillian Russell in "The Queen of Brilliants." 1894. From the original sketch by Comelli. 14." x 7", laid down onto larger leaf. *** Lithograph on board of woman in fencing costume. NY, George

Lot: 494 - Hand-Colored Engraving, John Wilkes

I. Miller. "John Wilkes Esq." London: for Carington Bowles, n.d. [circa 1770s]. Hand-colored engraving on laid. Measured from plate-marks 13.75" x 10". A few very short marginal closed tears, else clean overall.

Lot: 495 - Large Engraving, Pool of Bethesda

Engraving. Ravenet and Picot after William Hogarth. "The Pool of Bethesda." London, Boydell, 1772. On wove. Sheet 25" x 18.75". Upper margin cropped, long tear along plate-mark to left margin and other smaller marginal tears, faint water-stain.

Lot: 496 - 19th c. ALS by Viscount Cranbourne

Autograph letter signed, by James, Viscount Cranbourne. 20 Arlington St., March 18, 1862. Ink on vellum. 2 leaves, 4to. Creased, thin clear residue to places on second leaf, some toning and staining, Good. ************** Manuscript note to second

Lot: 497 - Large Engraving, 18th c., Triumphus Mortis

Pomarede, Sylvester. "Triumphus Mortis a Francisco Petrarcha…." n.p., n.d., [Rome, second half 18th c.] Engraving on laid, measured from plate-marks 20" x 15". Faint vertical crease, 2 short closed 1" tears (upper/lower margin, center), some

Lot: 498 - Large Cole Bros. Circus Poster

"Cole Bros. Circus / Marion Knowlton / World's Greatest Lady Elephant Trainer." Erie: U.S. Ptg. And Litho. Co., [circa 1950s.] Tall lithograph poster, 41.5" x 13.5". Horizontal creases (as folded), some very light soiling to rear, quite clean and

Lot: 499 - Napoleonic Broadsides, Lot of 4, ca. 1799

Lot of 4 Napoleonic broadsides. Printed in Turin, circa 1799, all in Italian and 2 in French and Italian. All on laid paper, sizes vary slightly but all approximately 14.5" x 10.5". 2 with early ink near upper/right corners, else clean and Very Good.

Lot: 500 - Albrecht Durer Etching, Holy Family

The Holy Family. Etching, trimmed and laid down onto board and matted. As-is, unable to inspect as trimmed and laid down (19th c. or earlier.) On laid paper, measures 7 1/8" x 8 1/8".

Lot: 501 - Pair of Prints, 18th c.

Pair of prints, both laid down onto boards and with other blemishes (see photos.) Sold as-is. One being a lithograph of the race-horse Eclipse (13" x 9.5", ca. 1770), and the other and engraving of Sir Henry Vane (16" x 10.5" overall, London, 1742.)

Lot: 502 - Henry Irving, Hamlet, Photogravure, SIGNED

"Irving as Hamlet." After the painting by Edwin Long. Paris: Goupil, [ca. 1884]. Plate measuring 24" x 17.5". Mounted on board with some marginal chipping and tearing, large water-stains, foxing and some soiling. ********************* INSCRIBED AND

Lot: 503 - Pair of Engravings

A pair of plates, including "Sancho Panza" by William Hogarth (early 19th c., on wove, plate 12 x 8.5 cm, some foxing), and one other earlier plate on thick laid (Reaper, plate 7.5 x 6.5 cm, deep impression.) Sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 504 - Large 19th c. Panorama Broadside Advertisement

"Exhibition! Pyle & M'Donald's Great Stereopticon Panorama of Choice Selections of Foreign and Domestic Views." Ohio: Times Recorder Show Printing House, 1880s. 22" x 8.5". On thin wove paper, some toning, numerous closed tears, two old paper

Lot: 505 - Etching after David Teniers, + 1 Other

David Teniers (after.) Interior barn scene. Etching on laid, water-marked "STW", measured from plate-lines 23.5 x 16.5cm. Ca. 17th c. Plus one other, also on laid, 25.5 x 15cm. Both with margins trimmed, the latter with stains to corners from old

Lot: 506 - Etching, Two Farmers by Hearth

After David Teniers the Younger. Two Farmers by the Hearth. Etching on laid paper, 7 x 5.5 cm. Trimmed, mounted at corners to support sheet, support sheet tipped to larger sheet, some faint foxing and mild toning. Circa 17th c. Sold as-is, please

Lot: 507 - Pair of Large Engravings, after Granger

Pair of engravings by Jean Jacques Avril and Caron after Granger. Circa early 1800s. On wove, sheets measuring 22.5" x 17". Foxing and light soiling, margins with tears and chips, as-is.

Lot: 508 - Pair of 19th c. Letters, American, Politics

Pair of letters written to George Andrews (one while he was at the Smithville Seminary). One written by Erastus D. Fields, addressing "Dear Cousin George," dated Oct. 29, 1847, writer mentions political support of "Old Rough and Ready" (i.e. Zachary

Lot: 509 - Large Antique Photo, Massachusetts, ca. 1862

Large photograph mounted on board. Photo measures 17.25" x 14". The board upon which is it mounted is rather stained and toned, sold as-is. Pencil note on back notes this is of a "civic group" in Massachusetts, in 1862, and also mentions George

Lot: 510 - Tony Sarg's New York, Lot of 4 Plates

Lot of four color plates from Tony Sarg's New York, ca. 1927. On laid, sheets 12.5" x 9.75". One with two repairs to verso, as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 511 - Pair of Etchings, Portraits

Pair of etchings, portraits. Both on laid paper and tipped at corners to wove support sheet, measured from plate-marks 83 x 73mm, and 93 x 76mm. One a bit toned. Circa 18th c., sold as-is, please refer to photos.

Lot: 512 - [Architecture] Manuscript Fortification Plans

Lot of 3 hand-drawn and hand-colored plans of fortifications. French, circa second half of 18th century. All on fine laid paper (two water-marked J. Whatman), sheets measure 18.75" x 12". One with two small stains, all with some chipping/tearing to

Lot: 513 - 19th c. Theatrical Photograph

19th century theatrical photograph. 13.75" x 9.5". A bit faded, several closed tears and light marginal chips, some scuffs to back, as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 514 - [Americana] 19th Advertising Broadside

Apparently unrecorded advertising broadside, for Farrel and Co. Campion safes. Philadelphia: Continental Publishing Co., ca. 1876. 24" x 18.25". On thin wove, 1 1/2" hole to left portion, marginal tears and chips, creased (as folded). ***************

Lot: 515 - Declaration of Independence

Circa late 19th century facsimile of the Declaration of Independece. On parchment paper, 18.75" x 15.5. Some wrinkling, staining, toning, creased, several short closed tears and one 3" closed tear from upper margin. See photos, as-is.

Lot: 516 - Frankenstein, 19th c. Lithograph

John Doyle. "A New Illustration of the Story Frankenstein." Thomas McLean, June 30th, 1843. Sheet 16.5" x 11.25". Edges with some toning and light chipping,, reinforced on back with clear tape. As-is. ********* A political cartoon. No. 773 from

Lot: 517 - Paulus Potter, Series of Etchings, Cows

Lot of 7 etchings after studies of bulls by Paulus Potter. All tipped at corners onto support leaves, appears to be wove paper, plates measure 137 x 102mm. All moderately toned, else Very Good, sold as-is, see photos.

Lot: 518 - [Americana, Pennsylvania] Pair of 18th c. Acts

"An Act for Importing Salt from Europe into the Province of Pensilvania in America." London: Baskett, 1727. 4p. Sold With: "An Act Continuing an Act… Encouraging the Importation of Naval Stores from Her Majesties Plantations in America…" 4

Lot: 519 - Vance Lithograph, "Home Sweet Home," 1875

"Home Sweet Home." NY: Vance, Parsloe & Co, 1875. Image size 8.5" x 7". Framed and matted, mild age-toning and some very light foxing, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 520 - George Washington, Pair of Items

Pair of items, both related to George Washington, including and original watercolor of the ancestral home of Washington, laid onto board, 8.5" x 7.5", some very light foxing. Sold with an engraved plate of Washington, torn, stained, repair to verso,

Lot: 521 - Engravings, Lot of 4, Building, Architecture, 18th

Lot of 4 engraved plates, all on laid, some water-marked, circa late 17th to 18th century. One plate (Temple, tents of the tribes of Israel) with old paper reinforcement to margins (verso), else all Very Good with some light foxing. Refer to photos

Lot: 522 - Pair of Engravings, Round, circa 17th c.

Pair of round engraved plates, circa 17th century. On laid, diameter 5.75", both mounted onto support sheets and trimmed. Very Good, sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 523 - [Engraved Portraits] Jan Wierix, 16th c., + 2

Lot of 3 engraved portraits, including. Johannes (Jan) Wierix (1549-1615.) "Francisco Floro, Antverpiano Pictori." Antwerp, 1570 (dated in plate at top). Trimmed and with light foxing. On laid with water-mark, sheet measures 213 x 133mm. Sold with

Lot: 524 - Pair of 17th c. Etchings

Pair, including: S. D. Bella. Hunting scene. Circa mid 17th century. On laid with water-mark, trimmed (measures 25 x 15cm) and tipped onto support sheet at upper margin. Sold with etching of a pair of asses, signed and dated "K. D. I. 1652" in plate

Lot: 525 - Pair of Engravings, ca. 16th-17th c.

Pair of engravings. The larger by H. Cock, depicting the building of the temple, dated 1558 in the plate. On laid with water-mark, trimmed and portions remargined, caption cut and pasted to verso (see photos), vertical creases, sheet 15.5" x 11.25".

Lot: 526 - Early New York Death Certificate, Suicide, 1798

City and County of New York, December 27, 1798. Signed by the coroner, Charles Dickinson, along with several witnesses. Manuscript death certificate describing, in detail, the manner of death of a suicide case. Folio leaf, creased and with tears,

Lot: 527 - Pair of Etchings

Pair of etchings, unidentified, both 18th c. or prior, both on laid, both trimmed, harbor scene laid down. One depicting putti measures 6.5" x 4.5", and the harbor scene measures 3 5/8" x 5 3/8". Pair, sold as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 528 - Elmore Leonard, Signed Typescript

Leonard, Elmore. Typescript. "Karen Makes Out." 26 pp., 4to leaves. Two leaves with small manuscript corrections. Clean, Very Good. SIGNED by author on first page.

Lot: 529 - [Revolutionary War] Oliver Wolcott Jr.

American Revolutionary War pay-table. Connecticut. August 15th, 1782. 6" x 5.25". Mild toning, horizontal crease with 1" closed tear at margin, Good. Payable to Capt. Nathaniel Edwards (Connecticut, 5th Company) and signed by Oliver Wolcott Jr. (2nd

Lot: 530 - Westerly, RI, Bride Toll Ledger, 19th c.

Bride toll ledger. Westerly, Rhode Island. 1845-6. Stitched journal, 6.25" x 4". 16 leaves plus blanks, parchment paper. First leaf with chip, some light soiling, overall Good. Contains accounts for about 10 individuals. Last leaf fittingly quotes a

Lot: 531 - [Staten Island] 19th c. Hand-Colored Engraving

Edward Finden, after W. H. Bartlett. "The Narrows From Staten Island." 19th century hand-colored engraving. Framed and matted, sight 7.5" x 5.75", frame 12" x 10.75". Appears clean, not inspected out of frame, glass cracked. As-is.

Lot: 532 - Rembrandt Etchings, ca. 18th-19th c., Lot of 7

Lot of 7 Rembrandt etchings, 5 on laid, 2 on wove, appear to be 18th and 19th century copies. Refer to photos for sizes, sold as-is.

Lot: 533 - Large Engraving, by James Fittler

Engraving. James Fittler (1758-1835). Untitled. London, ca. 1800. 14.25" x 11.75", trimmed within plate-mark and laid onto board for previous framing, the whole with foxing and toning. As-is.

Lot: 534 - [Americana, Protestantism] Pair of 18th c. Acts

Pair of 18th century British Acts concerning America, both disbound folios, including: ** AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE CARRYING OF THE CAPTURES THEREIN MENTIONED INTO ANY PART OF HIS MAJESTY'S DOMINIONS IN NORTH AMERICA. London: Eyre, 1777. [2], 927-930

Lot: 535 - Manuscript Poem, Martyr John C. Patteson

Manuscript copy of poem about John Coleridge Patteson, ca. early 1870s. "The Martyr Bishop of Melanesia." On laid, 4 pp., 7" x 4.25". Some short tears and small chips, see photos. ***************** Poem by T. P. R., which appeared in The Guardian

Lot: 536 - Adriaen van Ostade, Lot of 5 Etchings/Engravings

Adriaen van Ostade (Dutch, 1610-1685.) Lot of 5 etchings, circa 17th century. Largest measures 26 x 23.5cm, smallest (portrait) 33 x 28mm. All on laid, two trimmed within plate-lines, two tipped onto support sheets, one ("The dance under the

Lot: 537 - [Photo] Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Canada

Photo, mounted onto card. With penciled caption to back describing the image as being from the construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Vermilion Bay, Ontario. Late 19th or early 20th century. Photo measures 6.75" x 4.85". A bit faded.

Lot: 538 - [American Revolution] Votes of House of Commons

Lot of 7 Votes of the House of Commons, all from the period immediately following the end of the Revolutionary War, dated 1787-1788. All disbound folios, all complete, all clean and in Very Good condition, and all with some votes related to America

Lot: 539 - Robert Charles Winthrop, ALS, 1839

Autograph letter signed, by Robert Charles Winthrop (1809-1894, Speaker of the House, descendant of John Winthrop.) Boston, April 18th 1839. Addressed to William Stowell. Ink on wove, 4to, 4 pp. Several closed tears along creases, else Good.

Lot: 540 - [Glorious Revolution] Lord Cornbury, ADS, 1686

Autograph document signed by Lord Cornbury (Edward Hyde, 3rd Earl of Clarendon, 1661 – 1723.) "Accompt of Contingent Disbursements made by Balthazar Guydett Adjutant to His Majesty's own Royall Reg.'t of Dragoones commanded by ye Right

Lot: 541 - [Etching, Grim Reaper at Bedside]

F. Carter, signed, dated 1910. Untitled etching, depicting elderly man (right) in bed rolling dice with grim reaper (left). A nice impression on heavy wove, Very Good. Plate-lines measure 242 x 97mm. Upper corners tipped to support sheet, accompanied

Lot: 542 - Autograph Letter to Sir Edward Hales, 1639

Autograph letter from Sa. Shorte (?) to Edward Hales, Baronet. Dated 1639. Folded leaf, 4 p. (inc. 2 blank), address panel with wax seal affixed, 8vo, on laid. Blank leaf with marginal chip, some toning, edges a bit frayed, Good. Refer to photos.

Lot: 543 - [Engraving] Hans Holbein, Portrait, 17th c.

Feschiano (Faesch Museum), after Hans Holbein the Younger. 17th century. On laid, sheet 149 x 98mm., tipped onto larger support sheet at two corners. Trimmed up to plate lines, clean, Very Good.

Lot: 544 - [Americana] Lot of Ledgers &c., 18th-19th c.

Lot of 6 items, as-is, including 5 early 18th century ledgers and 1 printed speech. Sizes vary. Ledgers include one kept by Solomon Kelsey (of Hillingworth, entries ca. late 1700s into early 1800s); William ---? (entries dated 1818 to about 1826);

Lot: 545 - Lot of 4 MS Indentures/Wills, 17th-18th c.

Lot of 4 manuscript indentures/documents, all English, 3 being 17th c., 1 18th c., 3 on vellum, one on laid, varying in size and condition, sold as-is, including: ** Indenture, William Hudson, with black wax seal affixed to signature, April 5th,

Lot: 546 - Group of 18th c. MS Letters (with translations)

Group of 5 manuscript letters in French, all dated 1709, addressed to Monsieur de la Mothe (Capitaine de Cavalerie) at Amiens, from a merchant named Phelypeaux. All are one page in length, 8.75" x 6.5", and all are accompanied by typed translations

Lot: 547 - Civil War, Lot of 5 Items

Lot of 5 items relating to the American Civil War, as-is, including: ** Discharge document, partially printed and manuscript, 4to leaf, a duplicate, PA, dated 1869. Some tape repairs. ** 2 Muster-Out Rolls, both dated 1865, both for detachments of

Lot: 548 - Lot of 12, 18th century Engraved Plates

Group of 12 engraved plates depicting various Biblical scenes. All early to mid 1700s, on folio leaves approx. 14.5" x 8.5". One with marginal repair. Some mild toning or soiling. Likely taken from a folio edition of Biblical history. Refer to

Lot: 549 - [Liquor Tax] 19th c. American Large Tax Stamps

Pair of large 19th century tax stamps for the sale/distribution of liquor: *** 1: "Stamp for Special Tax… on the Business of Wholesale Dealer in Malt Liquors…." 1875, on light blue/green paper, 50 Dollars, punched. 14.25" x 7". *** 2:

Lot: 550 - [Rhode Island] Colonial Document, 1752

Newport, Rhode Island, April 13th, 1752. Printed and manuscript power of attorney, signed by Clarke Rodman, giving his son, Walter Roman, power of attorney. Folio leaf, on laid. Light chipping/tearing to upper/lower margins, else Good.

Lot: 551 - Harvard University Broadside, 1799

Cambridge, MA, 17 July 1799. Harvard University. "The Order of the Exercises of Commencement." Letterpress broadside, 17.25" x 10.25". Stitch holes along left margin, minor water-staining and toning, full separation at bottom fold, creases.

Lot: 552 - William Wirt, ALS, to Daniel Webster, 1828

Autograph letter signed, by William Wirt (1772-1834) to Sen. Daniel Webster. Washington, March 19, 1828. Folio leaf, several tears and separated into 3 pieces. As-is. Letter regarding Gov. Ninian Edwards of Illinois. ***************** William Wirt

Lot: 553 - [Author, Editors, Publishers] Lot of 3 Letters

Lot of 3 letters signed (2 ALS, 1 TLS), from various editors/authors, etc., including: ** G. H. Putnam, to Thayer, 1915. Torn along creases (portions detached.) ** Fitz-Greene Halleck. 1856. 3 p. ** James Grant Wilson. 1868. To Charles Nordhoff on

Lot: 554 - [Yale] Large 19th c. Photograph

Large photograph, circa 1860s, 16.25" x 11", mounted onto larger board. Board chipped and lightly soiled, photo faded. Consignor states the photo is of Yale college students. Sold as-is.

Lot: 555 - [California Gold Rush] Shares, Lot of 3

Lot of three 19th c. (circa second half 19th c.) share certificates issued in French Francs and British Pounds, for gold mines in California: *** Pair of: "Ave Maria Gold Quartz Mine. Mariposa, California. In 50,000 shares of (GBP)1 Each."

Lot: 556 - [Manuscript Drawings, Fortification, 18th c.]

Lot of 4 manuscript plans/designs for fortifications, hand-colored. On laid paper with watermark, folio leaves approx. 12.5" x 8". All signed "J. Murray." Clean overall with only minor blemishes. Quite attractive.

Lot: 557 - [Nixon vs. Brown, CA Election Archive]

An assortment of items (pro-Nixon) from Nixon's campaign for Gov. of California in 1962. Includes 5 original hand-drawn/colored/illustrated designs for pamphlets, 20 printed pamphlets (many repeated), 3 post-card photos of Nixon, 2 buttons, and a

Lot: 558 - Harvard vs. Cambridge Boat Race Broadside

"Souvenir of the Boat Race Between Harvard-University & Cambridge-University / Our American Visitors." London: Burgess William Co., [1906.] Silk broadside with borders in color. Framed, measures 12.25" x 10.5" (sight), not inspected out of frame

Lot: 559 - [Coins, Collection, Silver Peace Dollars, Others]

Collection of coins, sold as-is. Includes 2 silver Peace Dollars (1922 and 1923), 8 Indian head pennies (1899,1908, 1887, 1902, 1882, 1900, 1891, 1893), and numerous British coins. 29 coins in all, + 1 bronze medallion (by Charles Pillet.) All

Lot: 560 - American Broadsides, Lot of 4

Lot of 4 American broadsides, circa 19th. Varying in condition and size. As-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 561 - [Quackery] Pamphlet for Healing Elixir

"Dyer's Healing Embrocation, For External and Internal Use." Ca. 1849. 7.75" x 4.75". 8 pp., pamphlet. Faded water-stains, early ink redaction to final page, else Good. ************************ An 8 page advertisement for this healing potion, with

Lot: 562 - [Canals, Indianapolis Imprint, Pair of Items]

Pair of early 19th c. items related to canals, including one small broadside forbidding meddling with a gate (7.5" x 6", July 4th, 1828), and one book: HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES [of Indiana]… REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE WABASH AND ERIE

Lot: 563 - [Slavery, Fishing] Pair of 18th c. Laws/Acts

A pair of British Acts, both disbound folios, complete, in Very Good condition, including: ** AN ACT FOR REGULATING… THE SHIPPING AND CARRYING OF SLAVES IN BRITISH VESSELS FROM THE COAST OF AFRICA (London: Eyre, 1798. 805-820 pp.) ** AN ACT FOR

Lot: 564 - [Tradesmen, Mole Catcher, Pair of Items]

Pair of items, including: ** An account/invoice from a mole-catcher (Edward David), ink on laid, 8" x 6.25", British, May 1771. Two corners chipped with loss. Further MS note on back states that the bill was refused for payment until November of that

Lot: 565 - [British Maritime] Lot of 11 Large Engravings

Lot of 11 18th century engraved plates, on laid. 1 engraved by J. Mason, 3 by Muller (the others unsigned.) Slight variations in sizes, but sheet approximately 20.75" x 11.25" (all blank on back.) Some stains, tears, and other defects, as-is (see

Lot: 566 - Pair of 19th c. Drawings (Pencil and Chalk)

Pair of 19th century drawings. Including: ** Pencil on heavy light blue/green card, titled "Furness Abbey" and initialed "HPB." Overall 13.5" x 10". Quite expertly drawn. Some light soiling. ** Sketch in red chalk of marble figure. Laid down onto

Lot: 567 - Original Watercolor, Slave Cabin, 19th c.

Original watercolor painting of slave cabin. On card with blind-stamped borders, with accompanying mat. Sheet 6" x 4.75". Some soiling to margins.

Lot: 568 - [Americana] Universal Advertiser, 1755

Whitworth's Manchester Magazine, Or, Universal Advertiser. Tuesday, October 7, to Tuesday, October 14, 1755. 2 p. 15.75" x 10.75". Creased (as folded), tax stamp to lower right corner, verso with three small tissue/tape repairs, worn along folds,

Lot: 569 - Revolutionary War Period Newspapers, Lot of 5

Includes: The Morning Chronicle, and London Advertiser, Jan. 12, 1781. Folio, 4 p. Creased (as folded), overall Good-. With extensive information on military operations, particularly against the French. SOLD WITH 4 London Gazettes, from between 1777

Lot: 570 - Madeira Wine Trade, 18th c., ALS

Autograph letter signed by Thomas William Jolly, sent to Mess'rs Newton Gordon & Johnston, in Madeira. London, March 6, 1778. 3 p., 4to. Creased, light foxing/toning, two chips (no loss). ****************** Letter regarding manifests for

Lot: 571 - Voltaire, Letter in the Edinburgh Advertiser, 1768

Voltaire. "Letter of M. de Voltaire, to M. Paulet, on the subject of his scheme for the suppression of the small-pox. Translated from the French." Printed in The Edinburgh Advertiser, No. 42, Sept 16, 1768. Edinburgh: Alexander Donaldson, [1768.]

Lot: 572 - [Engravings, Prints, Adam & Eve] Lot of 10

Lot of 10 prints, mostly engraved plates, all with Adam and Eve as the subject. Most are early 1800s, size and condition varies, some trimmed and mounted, sold as-is, refer to photos. Engraved by Fittler, A. Smith, J. Hopwood, H. Moses (and others)

Lot: 573 - [Loss of Steam Ship] Lengthy 19th c. Manuscript

Manuscript poem, with several corrections/redactions. "Loss of the President / Steam Ship / Supposed to have foundered in the terrific Gale of January 1841 / In Transfer from New York to London." Circa 1845. 4to, 8 pp. (+ 4 blank), ink on wove

Lot: 574 - [Maps] Pair of Maps of Southern U.S.

Pair of folding maps, late 18th century, both folded (as bound in Morse's American Gazetteer at some point). On laid. Includes: * "A Correct Map of the Georgia Western Territory." Sheet 8.25" x 7.5". Toned, offsetting. * Abraham Bradley Jr. "Map of

Lot: 575 - [Civil War, Pair of Newspapers]

Pair of Civil War era newspapers, including: * National Intelligencer. Nov. 24, 1864. Large folio, 4 pp. Lead story is the "Extinction of Slavery," also contains tally from state of New York for the Presidential election. Creases (as folded), some

Lot: 576 - Hand-Colored Map of North America, 18th c.

"Carte du Continent de L'Amerique Nord." Circa late 18th c. On laid, sheet 14" x 11.5". Hand-colored, a couple of small marginal tears and light marginal chipping, the whole with some creases (as previously folded), clean with only some very light

Lot: 577 - Magna Carta, Large 19th c. Engraved Broadside

Large 19th century engraved broadside. "Magna Charta of of King John." London: Tegg, 1828. Engraved by J. Shury. On wove, sheet 28" x 17". A bit of offsetting, creases (as folded), 2" tear at lower margin and lower margin trimmed just inside of

Lot: 578 - Broadside. Origin of the Black Doll, 19th c.

Broadside. "The Original of the Black Doll." Circa mid 1800s. On thin wove, 7.25" x 3". Very mild toning, Very Good. With woodcut of black doll and poem.

Lot: 579 - Nicholas Condy, Watercolor

Watercolor painting attributed to Nicholas Condy in pencil on rear. Fisherman on a beach with woman and child. Ca. first half of 19th century. On card, 13 x 10.5cm. Tipped to board at upper margin, with matting. Small chip to upper right corner, very

Lot: 580 - Silk Broadside, Map of South Africa

Silk broadside map, "The Absent-Minded Beggar" (by Rudyard Kipling.) Circa 1920s. 21.25" x 20.5". Printed in blue, on silk. Several long tears, creases (as folded), stains and foxing, Fair, as-is. Contains a map of South Africa as well as the Kipling

Lot: 581 - Broadside, 17th c. British Royal Proclamation

A Proclamation, For calling a Convention of Estates. Edinburgh: Anderson, 1678. Broadside on laid with watermark, 15.25" x 12". Creased, a few short closed tears, marginal fraying, small hole with loss of one letter, several small worm-holes to upper

Lot: 582 - 17th c. Manuscript Draft Letter, John Mundy

A draft letter, with redactions/corrections, by John Mundy. April 10, 1660. Ink on laid, 7.75" x 6". Creased, a couple of marginal chips, Good. Presumably written to the Duke of Albemarle. See photos, as accompanied by a typed transcript of the

Lot: 583 - [Whaling, Maritime, Trade, Lot of 3 Decrees]

Lot of 3 decrees, Portuguese, disbound folios, including: * Decree controlling the access of whaling vessels to Brazilian waters (May 13, 1802. 3 pp.). * Decree regulating trade from S. Paulo, capital of Angola (Nov., 23, 1761. 1 p.) * One other on

Lot: 584 - 17th c. Maritime, MS Affidavit, Ship Captured

Affidavit regarding the capture of the ship Katharine of London, and destruction of property onboard. December 12, 1676. Folio, 1 pg. Ink on laid. Signed by John Ashley (London merchant) and Tomas Clarke (ship's surgeon.) Some light foxing and

Lot: 585 - Broadside. Soldier's Catechism, 19th c.

"The Soldier's Catechism." London: Catnatch Press, (ca. mid 1800s). Broadside on wove, 9.75" x 7.25". Some light staining, affixed to white sheet at upper and lower margins. Scarce.

Lot: 586 - Film Advertising, Large Poster. Day of the Jackal

Movie poster. "Fred Zimmermann's film of The Day of the Jackal… Based on the book by Frederick Forsyth." Printed in England by Lonsdale & Bartholomew Ltd., [1973.] 40" x 30". Folded, as issued. 4 small pin-holes to corners, else in excellent

Lot: 587 - 17th c. MS Power of Attorney, Sir Peter Temple

Manuscript legal document in English, signed by John Jacob Miller. Sept. 20, 1648. 1 p. Folio sheet, ink on laid, with red wax seal affixed. Light worming and small chip near left margin, some small closed tears, Good. ************** Document by John

Lot: 588 - Pair of Hand-Colored Engravings, Ca. 17th c.

Pair of hand-colored engravings, circa 17th century. 9.75" x 6.75", and 9.75" x 5.75". Each with text to verso (cut from larger sheets), several corners chipped/repaired, some ink-stains and other light soiling, as-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 589 - Lot of 23 William Hogarth Engravings, FOLIO

Collection of William Hogarth engravings/etchings on elephant folio sheets measuring 25" x 18.75". On wove. Ca. 1800, these would have come from a large edition of Hogarth's works. All are water-stained to varying degrees but not always affecting

Lot: 590 - [Antique Prints, Lot of 53 Pieces]

Large lot of various prints/drawings/chromolithographs/illustrations from periodicals, etc. Mostly 19th century. Size and condition varies. Total of 53 pieces, 16 of which are large chromolithographs in duplicate. Sold as-is.

Lot: 591 - 19th c. Watercolor Painting

Watercolor painting, depicting a turbulent ocean crashing against rocks, with portion of a ship's hull, and figures climbing the rocks ashore. British, circa 19th century. On wove, approx. 7.25" x 4.85". Nice condition with some foxing visible

Lot: 592 - [British Guiana] Wodehouse, Signed Ordinance

"British Guiana. An Ordinance to Regulate the Introduction of Immigrants from Bombay on Private Account." 1858. Folio, 3 pp. On fine blue laid with watermark "John Miller / Extra Super / Glasgow." Faint creases from previous folding, Very Good.

Lot: 593 - [Darwinism] Lecture Broadside, 1863

Broadside. "On Tuesday Evening, Feb. 24, 1863, A Lecture will be Given in the Assembly Room, by W.D. Crotch, Esq., M.A…. On 'The Mutual Relation of Species.'" Bridgnorth: Rowley, 1863. On wove, 11.25" x 8.75". Left margin with stitch-holes,

Lot: 594 - [Chapbook] History of Paul Jones, the Pirate

HISTORY OF PAUL JONES, THE PIRATE. Newcastle: W. & T. Fordyce, [ca. 1830s.] 6.5" x 3.75". 24 pages, with woodcut portrait to title. Disbound. Some very minor spots of foxing, Very Good. As-is.

Lot: 595 - Kaiser Wilhelm, Signed Photo

Photograph of Kaiser Wilhelm, signed below image. Photo on card, 7" x 5". Slight crease to right side, signature quite faded, as-is.

Lot: 596 - [Silver Unicorn Press, Andrew Marvel]

Marvell, Andrew. BERMUDAS. Bedfordshire: The Silver Unicorn Press, [ca. 1930s?]. 4to pamphlet, 4 pp. On laid, water-stain to upper corner, else Good. VERY SCARCE. We are unable to locate any other examples. *********** "The designing, engraving, and

Lot: 597 - [Mining and Slavery, Color Lithograph]

"Negroes Washing for Diamonds in Brazil." London: Thomas Kelly, n.d. [ca. first half 19th century.] On wove, sheet 10.25" x 7.75". A few short closed tears to margins, some very faint foxing, Good.

Lot: 598 - Elopement of Helen, Private Press

"The Elopement of Helen. From the Agamemnon (402-421.)" N.p, n.d. [England, 19th century.] 4 pages, 7.5" x 4.75". Lightly foxed and soiled, one small marginal chip, as-is. *************** From a private press, inscribed at the bottom in ink, "By

Lot: 599 - [Slavery, Yorkshire Political Broadside]

"Yorkshiremen, Be not Dupes of a Faction…. " Printed at Leeds Mercury-Office, by Edward Baines, [ca. 1807.] Broadside on laid paper. Laid down, 3" tear to right margin, light marginal chipping, creasing, the whole being age-toned.

Lot: 600 - [American History] Lot of 3 Portraits

Lot of 3 engraved portraits, on 8vo sheets (approx. 8.5" tall), including James Wolfe (on laid, mid 18th c.), Thomas Jefferson (on wove, 1802, stain to upper margin), and General Burgoyne (on wove, 1801, foxed/toned.) Lot of 3, as-is.

Lot: 601 - 19th c. Gift/Candy Box

19th century box, British, containing 10 smaller boxes with chromolithographed lids depicting British royals and scenes. Perhaps a candy box? Main box broken with portions separated, the smaller boxes all remain intact. As-is.

Lot: 602 - 1850s Sketch-Book, Pencil, Watercolor

A sketch-book containing 10 leaves, most with pencil sketches though also includes one watercolor painting. British, 1850s. 5.5" x 4". In limp cloth covers (front cover with illustration). Covers a bit soiled, two leaves detached, sold as-is.

Lot: 603 - [Boating, Travel] 1920s Photo Album

Photo album, front cover with title in manuscript, "On Board S/Y Reina Maria Cristina / Cowes 1928." British, 1928. Album 8.75" x 6.25", containing 15 photos (most measuring 5" x 3".) All photos laid onto leaves, most with manuscript captions. Very

Lot: 604 - Engraved Portrait, Henricus Hondius

Frederik Bouttats the Younger. "Henricus Hondius." Ca. 1660s. Engraving on laid folio sheet, measured from plate-lines 167 x 114mm. Verso with some pencil notes and seller's ink-stamp, some minor stains, clean overall. ****************** Portrait of

Lot: 605 - [Slavery] Prospectus for Extinction of Slavery

"Prospectus of the Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade, and for the Civilization of Africa. Instituted, June 1839." 1840. Folio, 4 pp. Soiled, stained, creased (folded) and worn, some small closed tears, one small hole near upper corner

Lot: 606 - [American Whigs, 1834 Election Ticket, Ohio]

Whig election ticket for Ohio, 1834. 6" x 2.5". Lightly foxed and stained, old creases, Good. Ticket for the new Whig Party which was formed to oppose Andrew Jackson's use of Presidential powers. James Findlay appears at the top of the ticket for

Lot: 607 - [Slavery] Account Sheet, Slave Rental, 1855

1855/6 account sheet, 4to on blue wove, creased. Appears to include several slave rentals. As-is, refer to photos.

Lot: 608 - McKinley Era Political Pamphlets, Lot of 27

Group of 27 political pamphlets from the William McKinley era. All 8vo in size, condition varies but mostly Good or better. As-is.

Lot: 609 - Original Sketch, Israeli Postage Stamp

Original color sketch for Israeli postage stamp. 1991. Mounted at center of card, and with other printed stamps surrounding. Card measures 7.75" x 7". As-is, see photos.

Lot: 610 - [Revolutionary War] John Gilman, ADS, 1782

Autograph document signed by Joseph Gilman (who later became one of three judges appointed by George Washington to the Northwest Territory.) New Hampshire, March 15, 1782. 2 p. 8" x 6.25". Ink on laid with partial watermark. Some light marginal

Lot: 611 - [Baseball, Advertising] Tin Tobacco Ad, 1905

Tin tobacco advertisement. "Nap Lajoie Chews Red Devil / Ask Him If He Don't!" Queen City Tobacco Co., 1905. 14" x 11". Rather attractive overall, some light chipping (mostly to edges), sold as-is, refer to photos. **************** Napoleon Lajoie,

Lot: 612 - [American Revolution] Autograph of Lord North

Cut autograph of Frederick North, Lord North (1732-1792.) 10" x 1.75". Ink on laid, cut from document. Light stain to left side, else clean, as-is. ************************* Lord North is best known as the Prime Minister who lost the American

Lot: 613 - [Baseball] Photo, Washington Baseball Team

Photograph, manuscript caption to rear identifies the image as the Washington Grammar School Baseball Team, 1915. 9.5" x 7.5". Tipped onto board at upper corners, fading, Good.

Lot: 614 - [Railroad Engineering] Railroad Photograph

Photograph, circa late 1800s or early 1900s, appears to be from British India. 8.5" x 6" photo, mounted onto larger card. A bit faded (as typical), else Good. **************** An interesting photograph depicting a train stopped on an earthen railway




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