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Auctioneer Quinn's Auction Galleries 703-532-5632
Auction Date Sep 12 Auction
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Falls Church, VA
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Lot: 1 - 1972-75 Burger Supreme Court Photograph. Signed.

[Autograph] 1972-75 Burger Supreme Court Photograph. Signed by all 9 members of the court at this time: Warren E. Burger, William O. Douglas, William J. Brennan Jr., Potter Stewart, Byron White, Thurgood Marshall, Harry Blackmun, Lewis F. Powell,

Lot: 2 - 3 Sgd Pcs. Theater, incl: Bernhardt, Terry.

[Autograph] Actresses. 3 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1) Sarah Bernhardt. French stage actress. Signed inscription on a 4 1/2" x 3 1/2" paper (with blue note marked over inscription – a receipt? (2) Ellen Terry. Leading Shakespearean actress.

Lot: 3 - 2 Signed Pieces. Jane Addams.

[Autograph] Addams, Jane (1860-1935). Founder of Hull-House, Chicago, and peace activist. 2 Signed Pieces. (1) Brief Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo, 1p, May 2, 1929, on Hull-House letterhead, to Mr. Miller, referring to “one of my books” and

Lot: 4 - Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Autograph Letter Sgd. 1890.

[Autograph] Alma-Tadema, Lawrence, Sir. (1836-1912). Dutch painter who from 1870 until his death lived in England. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 12mo, on letterhead 17 Grove End road, St. John’s Wood, N.W., dated 27/3/[18]90, to Lady Leslie

Lot: 5 - 2 Sgd Pcs. W. Lloyd Garrison, Wendell Phillips.

[Autograph] American Abolitionists. 2 Signed Pieces, each with engraved portrait, in one frame. (1) William Lloyd Garrison (1801-84). Signed Card dated in his hand, “Boston, August 15, 1875". (2) Wendell Phillips (1811-84). Autograph Note

Lot: 6 - 3 Signed Pcs. Authors, incl: Wilder, Masters.

[Autograph] American Authors. 3 Signed Pieces, each also inscribed to Jerome Miller, each framed. (1) Thornton Wilder. Signed photograph. (2) Edgar Lee Masters, signed photograph, dated Jan 22, 1930, with 4 uncancelled commemorative stamps. (3). Ring

Lot: 7 - 5 Signed Pcs. Authors, incl: Grey, Markham.

[Autograph] American Authors. 5 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1) Zane Grey. Small reproduced portrait signed on paper mat. (2) Edwin Markham. Reproduced portrait, signed on paper mat, dated 1930. (3) Booth Tarkington. Signed paper mat, with reproduced

Lot: 8 - 2 Sgd Photos. Incl: William H. Taft, Alfred Smith.

[Autograph] American Politicians. 2 Signed Photographs, each framed. (1). William Howard Taft (1857-1930). U.S. President and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Signed Photograph, sepia 3" x 5", “W H Taft / See other side.” Taft also

Lot: 9 - 3 Sgd Pcs. B. Baruch, O.W. Holmes, L. Brandeis.

[Autograph] American Politicians. 3 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1). Bernard Baruch. American financier, statesman, philanthropist. Signed & Inscribed 8" x 10" photograph, to Jerome Miller, 1930. (2) Oliver Wendell Holmes. Associate Justice of

Lot: 10 - 2 Signed Portraits. C. Coolidge, H. Hoover.

[Autograph] American Presidents. 2 Signed Portraits. Coolidge, Calvin S. (1872-1933), and Herbert Hoover (1874-1964). (1) Coolidge. Sepia chest-length portrait, 4x6, inscribed in lower margin “To Jerome Miller with regards Calvin Coolidge”.

Lot: 11 - 3 Sgd Pcs incl: A. Mellon, A. Stagg, K. Menninger

[Autograph] American. 3 Signed Pieces. (1) Andrew Mellon. American financier, philanthropist, and secretary of the treasury. Signed paper mat, with small profile portrait. (2) Amos Alonso Stagg. American athlete, college coach of several sports,

Lot: 12 - Marian Anderson. First Day Cover, Signed.

[Autograph] Anderson, Marian (1897-1993). American signer. Signed First Day Cover, commemorating the Lincoln-Douglas debates, postmarked Freeport, IL, Aug. 21, 1958. Framed with full-length photo-portrait. Anderson was an important figure in the

Lot: 13 - 3 Sgd Pcs. Incl: Cruikshank, Pirandello, Werfel.

[Autograph] Authors. 3 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1) Luigi Pirandello. Italian dramatist, writer of fiction and Poetry. Signed & Inscribed piece of paper, “Luigi Pirandello / Montevideo 19. viii. 1927,” With reproduced colorful

Lot: 14 - James Baldwin. Program, Signed.

[Autograph] Baldwin, James (1924-1987). Author. Signed Program, on cover of “Amen Corner” A New Musical Ford’s Theatre, ca. 1954, framed with 3" x 5" b&w photograph. This three-act play was Baldwin’s first attempt at theatre.

Lot: 15 - Honore de Balzac. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Balzac, Honore de (1799-1850). French author. Autograph Letter Signed, 1 oblong page 3" x 4 1/2", dated Monday, to Mon Cher Monsieur Moretz [Victor-Auguste], translated, “If you would like to come, everything is ready, even a copy of

Lot: 16 - Daniel Belasco. Photograph Signed. 1929.

[Autograph] Belasco, David (1853-1931). American theatrical producer, director, playwright. Signed & Inscribed Photograph, b&w. “To Jerome Miller with the good wishes David Belasco July 3 – 1929.” Framed 15" x 12". Condition

Lot: 17 - Vanessa Bell. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Bell, Vanessa (1879-1961). English painter, interior designer, member of Bloomsbury Group, and sister of Virginia Woolf. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 4to, on printed letterhead, 8. Fitzroy Street, W. 1, Museum 5596, sorry that she did not

Lot: 18 - D. Ben Gurion. Autograph.

[Autograph] Ben Gurion, David (1886-1973). First Prime Minister of Israel. Statesman. Signature in lower margin of original bust sketch of Ben Gurion, Jerome Miller who signs he sketch, framed: 16" x 14 1/2" with 3 small clipped reproduced images of

Lot: 19 - 2 Signed Pieces. Irving Berlin.

[Autograph] Berlin, Irving (1888-1989). American composer and lyricist. 2 Signed Pieces. (1) Signed Photograph, b&w, about 7" x 9", matted and framed: 15 1/2" x 12 1/2". Photograph by Tycko. (2) Brief Typed Letter Signed, 8vo, 1p, with integral

Lot: 20 - Hector Berlioz. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Berlioz, Hector (1803-1869). French Romantic composer. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 16mo, n.d. Translation: “My dear Gras Have the goodness to send me the 3 articles on the debates that I left at your place some days ago. You would

Lot: 21 - Albert Bierstadt. Autograph Letter Signed. c.1890.

[Autograph] Bierstadt, Albert (1830-1902). German-American painter, know for his large western landscapes. Autograph Letter Signed, 3pp, 8vo, on Century Club letterhead, New York, Jan. 12, 1890 {?}, to John. Bierstadt read in the evening paper that

Lot: 22 - Georges Bizet. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Bizet, Georges (1838-1875). French opera composer best remembered for Carmen. Autograph Letter Signed, 12mo, 1p, n.p., n.d., requesting two seats for a performance. “Would you…dear Mr. Lovy give me two seats for this evening

Lot: 23 - 2 Signed Pcs. Ralph Bunche, Booker T. Washington.

[Autograph] Black Americana 2 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1) Ralph J. Bunch (1904-1971). American political scientist, academic, and diplomat, instrumental in the formation of the United Nations. Signed small piece of paper, with typed “Yours

Lot: 24 - 2 Signed Pcs. Countee Cullen, Althea Gibson.

[Autograph] Black Americana. 2 Signed Pieces, each framed with reproduced portrait. (1) Countee Cullen (1903-1946). Author. Clipped signature on small paper, with reproduced bust sketch. Framed: 15 3/4" x 12 1/2". (2) Althea Gibson (1927-2003).

Lot: 25 - Napoleon Document. 1803. Signed.

[Autograph] Bonaparte, Napoleon. Possibly secretarially signed by Naopleon's aide, Hughes Maret. Military appointment of one Bonafos as 2nd Lieutenant of the 6th Regiment of the French Army. Saint-Cloud, 1803. Issued by the "Départment de la

Lot: 26 - Johannes Brahms. Autograph Note Signed.

[Autograph] Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897). German composer and conductor. Autograph Note Signed on back of his personal card {?}, translated: “In Tuxedo and Uniform Gloves, I would cordially like to invite you to join us tomorrow at 7

Lot: 27 - 3 Sgd Pcs. British Artists,incl: Grant, Millais.

[Autograph] British Artists. 3 Signed Pieces, each framed with reproduced portrait. (1) Duncan Grant. Painter, designer of textiles, pottery, theatre sets. Autograph Letter Signed, 1 1/4p, Charleston, Sussex, Feb. 20, 1951, to Mrs. Morison,

Lot: 28 - 2pc. B. Disraeli and S. Baldwin. Signatures.

[Autograph] British Politicians. 2 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1) Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881). 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, twice Prime Minister of the UK. Portion of envelope with postmark addressed in Disraeli’s hand, “The Rt Honorable

Lot: 29 - 3 Signed Pcs. Chamberlain, Lloyd George, Balfour.

[Autograph] British Politicians. 3 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1) Sir Austen Chamberlain. Twice Chancellor of the Exchequer. Signed paper mount dated 5 – 5- 30, then First Lord of the Admiralty, with reproduced bust portrait. (2) David Lloyd

Lot: 30 - 3 Signed Pieces. M. Arnold, R. Kipling, G.B Shaw.

[Autograph] British/Irish Authors. 3 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1) Rudyard Kipling, Signed mat with small sepia reproduced photograph of Kipling with another man. (2) Matthew Arnold. Signed Inscription on small piece of paper, with reproduced

Lot: 31 - 3 Signed Pcs. Authors, incl: Shaw, Galsworthy.

[Autograph] British/Irish Authors. 3 Signed Pieces, each with portrait, each framed. (1) George Bernard Shaw. Signed paper mount dated 16/5/30. (2) John Galsworthy. Signed paper in green ink. (3) W. Somerset Maugham. signed narrow strip of paper.

Lot: 32 - Benjamin Britten. Card Signed.

[Autograph] Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976). Signed Card. 4 1/2" x 3" personal card printed in red (With the compliments of Benjamin Britten and address), signed in sepia ink with single stave of music. Framed 24" x 12" with 2 reproduced portraits.

Lot: 33 - Robert Browning. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Browning, Robert (1812-1889). English poet. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 8vo, n.p., n.d., to “Dear Friend, I will gladly go to you on Monday at 1 o’clock, if I hear nothing further. Ever affectionately yours Robert Browning.

Lot: 34 - Maria Callas. Signed Photograph.

[Autograph] Callas, Maria (1923-1977). One of the most renowned opera signers of the 20th century. Signed Photograph, b&w, 4" x 6", 1950?, matted and framed 15" x 12 3/4". Condition Sight condition very good, signed inscription light, not

Lot: 35 - Enrico Caruso. Signed portrait.

[Autograph] Caruso, Enrico (1873-1921). Italian operatic tenor. Signed 12mo reproduced chest-length portrait, framed 14" x 12". Condition Sight condition very good, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 36 - Marc Chagall. Autograph Letter Signed. c.1930.

[Autograph] Chagall, Marc (1887-1985). Russian-French artist. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, Small 8vo, date unclear (c.1930), 5 Avenue de Sycomore, to “Madame.” Chagall has come back from a long vacation and found her two letters. He asks

Lot: 37 - Jean Martine Charcot. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Charcot, Jean-Martin (1825-1893). French neurologist and professor of anatomical pathology. Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo, 1p, n.p., 1875. Recipient unknown. Refers to a “young original” in need of moral education; he will

Lot: 38 - Signed photo of Ray Charles.

[Autograph] Charles, Ray. Signed photo. "Best wishes Ray Charles" in silver maker on photo. Unframed: 8" x 10". Condition Near fine.

Lot: 39 - William Merritt Chase. Autograph Quote. 1898.

[Autograph] Chase, William Merritt (1849-1916), American artist. Autograph Quote, “There is nothing so rare as good painting W. M. Chase 1898” on oblong slip of paper, 2 3/4" x 7”. Framed 21" x 22" with collage of portraits and

Lot: 40 - Frederick Edwin Church. Autograph Letter Sgd.1958

[Autograph] Church, Frederick Edwin (1826-1900). American landscape painter. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 8vo, December 12, 1958, to Elliot. Church has received his note of a few days ago, is “much pleased at the success attending the efforts to

Lot: 41 - George Cohan. Photograph Signed.

[Autograph] Cohan, George M. (1878-1942). American entertainer, playwright, lyricist, and composer. Signed Photograph. Albumen photograph, about 13 x 10, full length of Cohan in role, in full: “George M. Cohan as the Vagabond in ‘The

Lot: 42 - Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834). Poet. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 12mo, to unnamed correspondent, Highgate, n.d. [May 1818], sympathizing with his correspondent on the circumstances which prevented their meeting, hoping they can

Lot: 43 - 2 Signed Pieces. Paderewski, Rachmanioff.

[Autograph] Composers. 2 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1) Paderewski, Ignace Jan (1860-1941). Polish pianist and composer. Signed Reproduced Photograph. Small chest-length, signed & inscribed on the paper mount: “To J. Miller with best wishes

Lot: 44 - 3 Signed Pcs. Composers, incl: Brahms, Strauss.

[Autograph] Composers. 3 Signed Pieces sharing one frame (17" x 28"). (1) Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). German composer, conductor, pianist. Signed Vignette Photograph, about 7" x 9 1/2". (2) Richard Strauss (1864-1949). German composer and conductor,

Lot: 45 - 3 Sgd Pcs. Music incl: Rodgers, Whiteman, Damrosch

[Autograph] Composers. 3 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1) Richard Rodgers. American Composer. Signed & Inscribed Photograph, 8" x 10", in lower margin, “For J. H. Miller / Sincerely / Richard Rodgers.” (2) Paul Whiteman. American

Lot: 46 - Camille Corot. Autograph Letter Signed. 1861.

[Autograph] Corot, Camille (1796-1875). French artist. Autograph Letter Signed, Ville d’Arvey May 17, 1861, 1p, 8vo, to Mr. Sentier, in part: “I had intended to send you your study, but always thought, before the note, you might come up to

Lot: 47 - Gustave Courbet. Signature.

[Autograph] Courbet, Gustave (1819-1877). French painter of Realism. Signature on narrow paper, framed 27" x 15" with reproduced portrait and art. Condition Sight condition very good, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 48 - Clarence Darrow. Sketched Portrait Signed.

[Autograph] Darrow, Clarence (1857-1938). Signed hand-sketched bust portrait of Darrow, about 3 1/2” high, drawn by Jerry Miller with his signature, signed and inscribed below by Darrow: “Give me luck and you may have everything else –

Lot: 49 - Claude Debussy. Autograph Note.

[Autograph] Debussy, Claude (1862-1918). French composer. Autograph Note on his visiting card, unsigned. “would have liked to go and thank your friend A.F. Harold for the pleasure of sending him your book…cold…snow…feet

Lot: 50 - Eugene Delacroix. Autograph Note Signed. 1834.

[Autograph] Delacroix, Eugene (1798-1863). French Romantic artist. Autograph Note Signed, 1p, 12mo, 7 March 1837. Framed 26 1/2" x 20 1/4" with collage of portraits and reproduced art. “I authorize Monsieur M____? to make a drawing, in the

Lot: 51 - Pickford, DeMille, Lasky, Hart. Photograph Sgd.

[Autograph] DeMille, Cecil B. (1881-1959), Mary Pickford (1893-1979), Jesse L. Lasky (1880-1958), and Adolph Zukor (1873-1976). All four associated with film, Pickford as actor, the others as producers and directors. All signed on bottom of a piece

Lot: 52 - Gaetano Donizetti. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Donizetti, Gaetano (1797-1898). Opera composer, the leading of the operatic bei canto operatic style of the first half of the 19th century. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 12mo, 30 December 1832, roughly translated: My honorable and dear

Lot: 53 - Gustave Dore. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Dore, Gustave (1832-1883). French artist, illustrator, printmaker. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 12mo, Morley’s Hotel, Trafalgar Square, London, to Mr. Huyot, fils, “I am glad to see that you have finally finished the gravure,

Lot: 54 - Frederick Douglass. Document Signed. 1885.

[Autograph] Douglass, Frederick (1817-1895). Social reformer, orator, abolitionist, writer and statesman. Document signed, land deed signed by Douglass as Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia, folded, June 23, 1885, in frame with 9" x 6"

Lot: 55 - Alexandre Dumas. Manuscript Senitment Signed.

[Autograph] Dumas, Alexandre (1802-1870). French author. Manuscript Sentiment Signed, in French, translated, “To the Queen / Read with the heart this touching complaint / This humble ambassador, I put at your knees / All things dear on earth -

Lot: 56 - Eisenhower, Truman, Hoover. Photograph Signed.

[Autograph] Eisenhower, Dwight, Herbert Hoover, and Harry Truman. U.S. Presidents. Each has signed the mount for small reproduced candid snapshot of the three together, dated in Truman’s hand, “6-28-60”. Framed 8 1/2" x 8 1/2".

Lot: 57 - Eleanor Roosevelt signed photo, letter & envelope.

[Autograph] Eleanor Roosevelt signed items. (1) Photograph of Roosevelt at Williamsburg inscribed on l.l. in blue pen: "For Thomas L. Williams with good wishes Eleanor Roosevelt". Backed on board. 12 1/2" x 11". (2-3) Signed envelope and TLS dated

Lot: 58 - Photo of the Enola Gay Crew. Signed by 5.

[Autograph] Enola Gay crew. Signed photograph. Signed by (clockwise): Captain Theodore "Dutch" Van Kirk (Navigator), Major Thomas Ferebee (bombardier), Colonel Paul W. Tibbets Jr. (pilot and aircraft commander), PFC Richard H. Nelson (radio

Lot: 59 - James Ensor. Autograph Note Signed.

[Autograph] Ensor, James (1860-1849). Belgian painter and etcher. Autograph Note Signed. “I have always loved the blue azure and the light of the sea /James Ensor / April 1931”. Framed 10" x 14 1/2" with collage of reproduced art and

Lot: 60 - Douglas Fairbanks. Photograph Signed. 1929.

[Autograph] Fairbanks, Douglas (1883-1939). Actor. Signed Photograph, sepia, 9" x 7", Fairbanks in a swashbuckling pose. Signed & inscribed, dated 1929. Framed 21 1/2" x 16 1/2" with another vintage portrait and sheet of 20 cent commemorative

Lot: 61 - Henri Fantin Latour. Autograph Letter Signed. 1885

[Autograph] Fantin-Latour, Ignace Henri Jean Theodore (1836-1904). Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo, 1p. Feb. 17, 1885. “Sir, The artistic questions handled by Mr. Andre Michel and Mr. Jean Dolent interest me a lot. I hope you count me as one of (?)

Lot: 62 - Geraldine Farrar. Vintage Photograph Sgd.

[Autograph] Farrar, Geraldine (1882-1967). Signed Vintage Photograph, 8" x 10" sepia, “To Leo Riemeus very sincerely Geraldine Farrar 1927.” Photo by Mishkuc, NY. Framed. Condition Sight condition very good, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 63 - 2 Signed Photographs. Bob Hope, King Vidor.

[Autograph] Film. 2 Signed Photographs, each framed. (1) Bob Hope (1903-2003). Actor. 4" x 6" sepia photograph if Hope with turned with arm on back of chair, “Thanks for the memory” Bob Hope. (2) King Vidor (1894-1982). 4" x 6" sepia signed

Lot: 64 - 2 Signed Items. Bud Fisher.

[Autograph] Fisher, Bud (1885-1954). American cartoonist, creator of Mutt and Jeff. 2 Signed Items. (1). Signed b&w photograph, inscribed to Jerome Miller. With two reproduced partial cartoon strips, one Inscribed, “Best regards from Bud

Lot: 65 - Gustave Flaubert. Autograph Letter Signed. 1866.

[Autograph] Flaubert, Gustave (1821-1880). French author. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 8vo, on blue paper letterhead, n.p., Nov. 16, 1866, to his beloved niece, Caroline, “Mon Bibi”. “Do me the favor of finding at Rouen, at the

Lot: 66 - Ford Madox Brown. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Ford Madox Brown (1821-1893). British painter. Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo 1p, Aug. 19, 1872, 37 Fitzroy St. W. , to Alfred Hake (1849-1916), English social thinker and author, inquiring whether or not Hake’s father would return

Lot: 67 - Gabriel-Urbain Fauré. Autograph Letter

[Autograph] Gabriel-Urbain Faure (1845-1924). French composer. Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo, 1p. Recipient unknown. He will “take care of Miss Dariene (?) as much as possible…you can’t imagine the number of candidates. I can’t

Lot: 68 - Amelita Galli-Curci. Signed Phtotgraph. 1931.

[Autograph] Galli-Curci, Amelita (1882-1963). Italian soprano, one of the most popular operatic singers of the 20th century. Signed & Inscribed B & W Photograph, about 13" x 9 1/2", “to Jerome Miller very sincerely Amelita Galli-Curci

Lot: 69 - Ira Gershwin. Signed Typescript.

[Autograph] Gershwin, Ira (1896-1983). Signed Typescript of “The Man I Love,” 1p, small folio, signed “I. Gershwin” framed 27" x 19" with multiple reproduced candid portraits some overlapping blank areas of the sheet. American

Lot: 70 - Charles Dana Gibson. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Gibson, Charles Dana (1867-1944). American graphic artist known for his creation of the Gibson Girl. Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo, 2pp, on 23 Fifth Avenue letterhead, to Mr Phillips. Thanks for your letter and the $1500 on account.

Lot: 71 - Charles Gounod. Autograph Note Signed. 1889.

[Autograph] Gounod, Charles (1818-1893). French composer. Autograph Note Signed “Ch. Gounod”, on green paper, 5" x 4 1/4" , translated: “Thursday, January 2, 1889. 1 – No general rehearsal, neither Sarah nor do Grognet want it. 2

Lot: 72 - John Hancock Signed Document. 1781.

[Autograph] Hancock, John (1737-1793). Partly printed document signed as governor. Boston, March 26, 1781. The appointment of Jesse Bullock of Freetown as Justice of the Peace for Bristol County. Countersigned by John Avery Jr., secretary. Seal

Lot: 73 - W.C. Handy. Musical Bar Signed.

[Autograph] Handy, William C. (1873-1958). Composer and musician, known as the Father of the Blues. Signed Musical Bar from Saint Louis Blue on brown paper, and in his hand, “I hate to see di ev’nin sun go/ to Jerry Miller / W. C. Handy - 1

Lot: 74 - Childe Hassam. Autograph Letter Signed. 1931.

[Autograph] Hassam, Childe (1859-1935). American artist. Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo, 1p, on letterhead 130 West 57th Street, Jan. 30, 1931, to Robert Tull. Hassam tells him that he has no time to write letters “and as for your man Latimer I

Lot: 75 - Herman Hesse. Autograph.

[Autograph] Hesse, Hermann (1877-1962). German author. Printed thought upon his 80th birthday, body of text in 12 lines, with his printed name, signed in ink “H. Hesse”. Roughly translated from the German: “In old age one looks back,

Lot: 76 - Langston Hughes. Typed Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Hughes, Langston (1902-1967). Author. Typed Letter Signed in green ink, 8vo, 1p, on his letterhead, May 24, 1960, to Clarence Major, Chicago. Hughes “grateful to you for allowing me to see your poems, and I liked a number of them

Lot: 77 - Victor Hugo. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Hugo, Victor (1840-1902). Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 8vo, in part, “This, my dear Sir, is Indeed a very kingly________ that I have just hear and which it appears to me, must necessarily find a very good reception on the part of

Lot: 78 - Jean Ingres. Autograph Note Signed. 1838.

[Autograph] Ingres, Jean Auguste Domonique (1780-1967). French Neoclassical painter. Autograph Note Signed by P. Jourdy, endorsed “certified” by “J. Ingress 1p, 12mo, November 31, 1838. I have received from Mr. director the sum of 30

Lot: 79 - John Ruskin. Autograph Letter Signed. 1856.

[Autograph] John Ruskin (1819-1900). Author, artist, and social reformer. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, on 2 5/8" x 4” paper, to Mr. Allen, Jan. 28, 1856. “I am down in my study, thank God, and Wednesday will do well or Thursday, if it be

Lot: 80 - Augustus John. Autograph Letter Signed. 1956.

[Autograph] John, Augustus (1878-1961). Welsh painter and etcher. Autograph letter signed, 1p, 8vo, on letterhead, Fryern Court, Fordingbridge, Hants, 2273, Jan 31, 1956, to _______?. Augustus John considers it a “high compliment” to be

Lot: 81 - Douglas Kirkland. Marilyn Monroe. 1961.

[Autograph] Kirkland, Douglas (Canadian, b.1934). "Marilyn Monroe." 1961. Carbon pigment print. Edition 6 of 40. Signed, inscribed ("To Shaun") and editioned, l.r. by Kirkland. Includes photograph of the consignor with the photographer. Framed: 25

Lot: 82 - Fritz Kreisler. Signature.

[Autograph] Kreisler, Fritz (1875-1862). Austrian violist and composer. Signature on 2" x 4 3/4" paper dated Xmas 1921 in his hand. Framed 13" x 13" with reproduced portrait. Condition Sight condition very good, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 83 - Franz Lehar. Pencil Sketch Signed.

[Autograph] Lehar, Franz (1870-1948). Austro-Hungarian Composer, known for his operettas, his most successful, The Merry Widow. Signed Pencil Sketch, with musical quotation. Framed. Condition Sight condition very good, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 84 - Baron Leighton of Stretton. Autograph Letter Sgd.

[Autograph] Leighton, Frederic, Baron Leighton of Stretton (1830-1896). British painter, draughtsman, and sculptor. Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo, 4pp, Tuesday, to Miss Leslie. Returning from a concert, he found her note, but he is resting for a day

Lot: 85 - Ruggero Leoncavallo. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Leoncavallo, Ruggero (1857-1919). Italian opera composer and librettist. Autograph Letter Signed, Nov. 4, 1 1/2p 1906, Chicago, on Congress Hotel letterhead, recipient unknown, “Cher Mademoiselle”. Text in French. Thanks her for

Lot: 86 - Vicomte de Lesseps. Vintage Cabinet Photo. Sgd.

[Autograph] Lesseps, Ferdinand, Vicomte de (1805-1894). Signed Vintage Cabinet Photograph in sepia, by van Bosch, “Ferd. De Lesseps” in lower right margin, "Arthur Chasseriau" appears bottom left, possibly in Lesseps' hand. Framed 14" x 11

Lot: 87 - Baldwin, McDonald, Lloyd George. Photograph Sgd.

[Autograph] Lloyd George, David (1863-1945), Stanley Baldwin (1867-1947), and Ramsay McDonald (1866-1937). 3 Signatures. Ministers Baldwin and George each sign on the small brown paper mount, and McDonald signs at the lower edge of a reproduced

Lot: 88 - Maurice Maeterlinck. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Maeterlinck, Maurice (1862-1949). Belgian playwright, poet, and essayist, won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1911. Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo, 1p, Oct. 1, 1913, on letterhead. Recipient unknown. Requests that he send Professor Ed.

Lot: 89 - Stephane Mallarme. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Mallarme, Stephane (1842-1898). French poet and critic. Autograph Letter signed, on blank side of “Carte Postale” addressed in his hand on verso with postmark. V…. Seine-et-Marne, in French, translated: “Dear Friend

Lot: 90 - Jules Massenet. Photograph Signed.

[Autograph] Massenet, Jules (1842-1912). French composer, known for his operas. Signed & Inscribed Photograph, 3" x 5" b&w. “In admiration to my friend G. Gattuchi for the superb work. M. Massenet Paris 12 Nov 1906 Framed 13" x 11".

Lot: 91 - Golda Meir. Portrait Signed.

[Autograph] Meir, Golda (1898-1978). Stateswoman, 4th Prime Minister of Israel. Signed Portrait, 8vo, reproduced bust drawing, signed in green ink lower right. Framed 16 1/2" x 10" with First Day Cover, postmarked 10.2.81, Jerusalem. Condition Sight

Lot: 92 - Giacomo Meyerbeer. Portrait Signed.

[Autograph] Meyerbeer, Giacomo (1791-1864). German operatic composer who in his day exercised considerable influence on the development of opera. Engraved portrait of Meyerbeer, signed in the lower margin, sheet size 10" x 6", framed 16 1/2" x 12".

Lot: 93 - Henry Miller. Autograph Letter Signed. 1979.

[Autograph] Miller, Henry (1891-1980). Autograph Letter Signed, folio, 1p, on his letterhead, Friday 8/11/79, to Irving Stettner, New York. Miller has read in part Stettner’s bilingual poem and “found it wonderful”, especially likes

Lot: 94 - 4 Sgd Pcs. Incl: JS Mill, Nicholson, Morell, Grant

[Autograph] Miscellaneous. 4 Signed Pieces, each framed with portrait. (1). J. S. Mill. Philosopher. Signed inscription on small paper, “Yours very truly J. S. Mill”. (2) Nigel Nicholson. Member of Parliament. Signed inscription on small

Lot: 95 - 4 Signed Pcs. Incl: Ellis, Eastman, Huxley, Beard.

[Autograph] Miscellaneous. 4 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1). Havelock Ellis. English physician, author. Signed paper mount with small reproduced portrait. (2) George Eastman. Philanthropist, founder of Eastman Kodak. Signed tan paper mount with

Lot: 96 - 4 Signed Pcs. Authors, incl: West, Alcott, Singer.

[Autograph] Miscellaneous. 4 Signed Pieces. (1) Rebecca West. Signed name and address card, dated 6th August: 1980, all in red ink. With reproduced photograph. (2) Louisa M. Alcott. Signed small light green card, with sepia photo-portrait. (3) Isaac

Lot: 97 - Gustav Moreau. Autograph Note.

[Autograph] Moreau, Gustave (1826-1898). French symbolist painter. Autograph Note on his printed visiting card, unsigned. “To you, sir, this testimony of your kind friend a thousand thank yous.” Framed 22" x 27 1/2" with reproduced portrait

Lot: 98 - Grandma Moses. Signed Inscription.

[Autograph] Moses, Anna Mary Robertson (“Grandma”) (1860-1961). American folk artist. Signed Inscription on 2 1/2" x 5" paper, in full: “Anna Mary Robertson Moses, / Grandma Moses. / Eagle Bridge, N.Y. / July 13, 1949.” Framed 11"

Lot: 99 - Florence Nightingale. Signed Paper. 1888.

[Autograph] Nightingale, Florence (1820-1910). English social reformer and founder of modern nursing. Signed small piece of paper dated 7/1/88, and with the number “308”. Paper has tears, one through the line connecting “c” and

Lot: 100 - Vaslav Nijinsky. Signature and TLS.

[Autograph] Nijinsky, Vaslav (1890-1950). Ballet dancer and choreographer, perhaps the greatest male dancer of the early 20th century. 2 Pieces. (1) Nijinsky’s signature on a 2 3/4" x 4 3/4" slip of brown paper. (2) Typed Letter by his sister,

Lot: 101 - Anais Nin. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Nin, Anais (1903-1977). French-born author of novel and short stories. Autograph Letter Signed “Anais”, oblong 12mo, 1p, requesting that correspondent “mail as soon as possible pamphlets On Writing to Hiram Hayden of Bobbs

Lot: 102 - Rudolph Nureyev. Photograph Signed.

[Autograph] Nureyev, Rudolph (1938-1993). Ballet dancer, regarded as the greatest male ballet dancer of the 20th century. Signed b&w reproduced photograph of Nureyev in costume, possibly in Le Spectre de la Rose. Framed: 12" x 10". Condition

Lot: 103 - Rosa Parks. First Day Cover Signed.

[Autograph] Parks, Rosa (1913-2005). Civil rights activist, best know for her pivotal role in the Montgomery bus boycott. Signed First Day cover featuring Harriet Tubman, Washington Feb 1, 1978. Framed with reproduced photograph of her being

Lot: 104 - Anna Pavlova. Photograph Signed.

[Autograph] Pavlova, Anna (1881-1931). Signed Photograph. Vintage sepia postcard photo of the ballerina en pointe. Signed across her white costume. Framed 19" x 15" with two reproduced portraits. Condition Sight condition very good, not examined out

Lot: 105 - Beatles meeting Muhammad Ali Photo. Sgd by Ali.

[Autograph] Photo of The Beatles Meeting Muhammad Ali, posing to fight at Miami Beach in 1964. Signed by Ali in silver marker. Framed: 21 3/4" x 25". With certificate of authenticity on rear from Laura's Cartoons & Collectibles Gallery Inc.

Lot: 106 - Odilon Redon. Autograph Letter Signed. 1887.

[Autograph] Redon, Odilon (1840-1916). French symbolist painter. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 8vo, Paris, Oct. 13, 1887, to Mr. Dujardin, translated: “I was away when you requested me, on July 27, to meet you at the [Revue Wagnerienne’s]

Lot: 107 - Edward Rickenbacker. Vintage Photograph Signed.

[Autograph] Rickenbacker, Edward Vernon (1890-1973). American fighter ace in World War I. Signed Vintage Photographic Portrait, in uniform, seated, 9" x 6 3/4" , matted and framed 14 1/2" x 11 1/2". Inscribed “With best wishes to Jerome Miller

Lot: 108 - Paul Robeson. Clipped Signature.

[Autograph] Robeson, Paul (1898-1976). American bass baritone concert artist, actor. Clipped Signature with “All best wishes” in his hand. Framed with large reproduced portrait as Emperor Jones. Framed: 16 3/4" x 13 1/2". Condition Sight

Lot: 109 - Eleanor Roosevelt. Autograph Sentiment Sgd.

[Autograph] Roosevelt, Eleanor (1884-1962). First Lady, political figure, diplomat. Autograph Sentiment Signed on brown paper: “The study of human beings is the most interesting study there is. Eleanor Roosevelt.” Framed, with 8" x 10"

Lot: 110 - Christina Rossetti. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Rossetti, Christina (1830-1894). English poet. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 8vo, Saturday, on letterhead, 30 Torrington Square W.C., to “Dear Sir. This morning the enclosed letter reached me from Birchington. When you are done with

Lot: 111 - Vita Sackville-West. Typed Letter Signed. 1955.

[Autograph] Sackville-West, Vita (1892-1962). Author. Typed Letter Signed, 1p, 8vo, Nov. 18, 1955, on letterhead, Sissinghurst Castle, Kent, to Miss Fraser, in part: “Of course Dame Edith is most welcome to include the extract from The Land in

Lot: 112 - Camille Saint-Saens. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Saint-Saens, Camille (1835-1921). French composer, conductor, and pianist. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 8vo, 83 bis, rue de Courcelles, May 13, 1913, “Thank you dear colleague, for your kind letter. I will be grateful to you if you

Lot: 113 - George Sand. Autograph Note Signed.

[Autograph] Sand, George (1804-1876) pseudonym for Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin, Baronne Dudevant. French novelist. Autograph Note Signed, 8vo, 1p. n.d. To the doctor regarding Marie’s mother still having a high fever. “Monceau did not dare

Lot: 114 - Heinrich Schliemann. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Schliemann, Heinrich (1822-1890). Archaeologist, discoverer of Troy, excavator of Mycenae. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 12mo, on Grand Hotel letterhead, Paris, Jan. 6, 1881, to John Murray, publisher, reading “Should you receive more

Lot: 115 - Anne Sexton. Typed Poem Signed.

[Autograph] Sexton, Anne (1928-1976). Author. Signed Typed Poem, “The Lost Ingredient”, 24 lines, concludes with, “Today is made of yesterday, each time I steal /toward rites I do not know, waiting for the lost / ingredient, as if salt

Lot: 116 - George Bernard Shaw. Portrait Signed.

[Autograph] Shaw, George Bernard (1856-1950). Author. Signed Portrait. Small reproduced chest-length portrait, signed on the mount below, “G. Bernard Shaw very much out of date 20/2/30”, presumably referring to the portrait, but possibly a

Lot: 117 - 3 Sgd Pcs. Music, incl: Melba, McCormack, Jolson.

[Autograph] Singers. 3 Signed Pieces, each framed. (1). Nellie Melba (1861-1894). Australian operatic soprano. Signed Inscription on 2" x 3" paper, “Yours Truly/Nellie Melba/Chicago 1894.” With small color portrait. (2) John McCormack

Lot: 118 - John Philip Sousa. Signed Photograph.

[Autograph] Sousa, John Phillip (1854-1932). American composer and conductor. Signed Photograph, sepia, approx. 9 ½ x 7, signed vertically. Framed 16" x 13". Condition Sight condition very good, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 119 - Richard Strauss. Autograph Letter Signed. 1940.

[Autograph] Strauss, Richard (1864-1949). German composer. Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, oblong 12mo, Oct. 15, 1940, on his letterhead, Garmisch, translated: “With deepest sorrow about the passing of my dearest friend Lazare, I send you, Madame,

Lot: 120 - Igor Stravinsky. Autograph Note Signed. 1962.

[Autograph] Stravinsky, Igor (1882-1971). Russian-born composer, pianist, and conductor. Autograph Note Signed on his printed visiting card, to Elizabeth Ludgers (?), on 3" x 4" paper, Paris, May 16, 1962. I was his friend and his death is a great

Lot: 121 - Algernon Swinburne. Autograph Letter Signed. 1885.

[Autograph] Swinburne, Algernon Charles (1839-1909). Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo, 1p, The Pines letterhead, Putney Hill. S.W., July 21, 1885, to Mr. Carr, suggesting that his poem should not be placed in a Christmas number, better iin a Summer one.

Lot: 122 - Signed photo of Elizabeth Taylor.

[Autograph] Taylor, Elizabeth. Signed photo. Inscribed: "To Patrick Eddington and Northeast School good wishes, Elizabeth Taylor". Unframed: 8" x 10". Condition Near fine.

Lot: 123 - Willliam M. Thackeray. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Thackeray, William Makepeace (1811-1863). Author. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, 1p, 12mo on light blue paper, “Dear Mr. James…Can you come and dine with us on Saturday 26th at 7:30 Yours ever Wm M Thackeray.” Framed 15" x

Lot: 124 - Jean Tinguely. For Cher & Takiguchi. 1968.

[Autograph] Tinguely, Jean (Swiss, 1925-1991). “For Cher & Takiguchi…” 1968. Photo lithograph after the serigraph. Signed and inscribed in ink: "& specialement pour Nicolas: Jean Tinguely 1968", l.r. Framed: 13 1/2" x 10 3/4".

Lot: 125 - Alice Toklas. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Toklas, Alice B. (1877-1967). Author. Autograph Letter Signed, 8vo, 1 1/2 p, August 30. 1950, to Mr. Adriani, thanking him for writing about Harriet [Lane Levy, writer from California], who “suffered before the end”, Toklas

Lot: 126 - Arturo Toscanini. Signature.

[Autograph] Toscanini, Arturo (1867-1957). Italian conductor. Signature on cream paper, with reproduced portrait mounted above, dated in his hand “4 – 30”? Framed 16 1/2" x 11 1/2". Condition Sight condition very good, not examined out

Lot: 127 - Harry Truman. Portrait, Inscribed and Signed.

[Autograph] Truman, Harry (1884-1972). 33rd president of the United States. Signed & inscribed (sepia ink) engraved vignette portrait, “To Jerome Miller Kindest regards Harry Truman 11-29-65.” Framed 17" x 12 1/2". Condition Sight

Lot: 128 - M. Utrillo, S. Valadon, A. Vitter. ALS.

[Autograph] Utrillo, Maurice (1883-1955), Suzanne Valadon (1865-1938), and Andre Vitter. Utrillo(French artist), Valadon (painter, model, and Utrillo’s mother), and Vitter (husband of Suzanne). Autograph Letter Signed by Valadon, and signed by

Lot: 129 - La Sauvage Theatre Program. Sgd/inscr. Valentin.

[Autograph] Valentin. La Sauvage Theatre Program. 1945. Limited to 30 numbered copies only, this being No. III, the copy printed for Philippe Dillemann by Imprimerie Artra, with illustrations by Guy-Charles Revol. Signed and inscribed by Monelle

Lot: 130 - Vedder. Identity. Gelatin Print. 1880s. Signature.

[Autograph] Vedder, Elihu (American, 1836-1923). "Identity." ca. 1880s. Gelatin silver print after a painting illustrating Thomas Bailey Aldrich's poem "Identity". Signature affixed under print, l.r. Framed: 21" x 13 1/2". Sheet: 19 1/4" x 11 5/8".

Lot: 131 - Paul Verlaine. Autograph Quote Signed.

[Autograph] Verlaine, Paul (1844-1896). French author. Autograph Quote Signed on oblong 4" x 7" paper. In full: “I am without hesitation / Although born so much a courtesan / Nevertheless now a partisan / Of this publication! Paul

Lot: 132 - Queen Victoria. Signature on vellum.

[Autograph] Victoria, Queen of England (1819-1901). Clipped signature on vellum. Framed 17" x 12", with reproduced pencil profile portrait and other reproduced images. Condition Sight condition very good, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 133 - W.M. Rossetti. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] William Michael Rossetti (1829-1919). English writer and critic, one of seven founders of the Pre-Raphaelites. Autograph Letter Signed, on 2 1/2" x 5 3/4" paper, 3 St. Edmonds Terrace London NW, May 12, n.y. “Don’t be in

Lot: 134 - 2 Signed Pcs. Virginia and Leonard Woolf.

[Autograph] Woolf, Virginia and Leonard. 2 Signed Items, each with portrait framed, plus book by Virginia Woolf. (1) Virginia Woolf. Signed Typed Letter, ink of type faded to unreadable, her signature fine. (2) Leonard Woolf. Autograph Letter Signed,

Lot: 135 - William Butler Yeats. Autograph Letter Signed.

[Autograph] Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939). Irish poet. Autograph Letter Signed. Brief thank you note, 1p, oblong 8vo, on letterhead, June 20, 1935, Riverdale, Willbrook, Rathfarnham, Dublin. Framed 19 1/2" x 16 1/2" with reproduced portrait.

Lot: 136 - Emile Zola. Autographed Note Signed.

[Autograph] Zola, Emile (1840-1902). French author. Autograph Note Signed on his visiting card. “Imploring Mr. Bourgeat to give my cousin, Mr. Emile Laborde, five tickets of two entries each, and a thousand thanks.” Framed (21 ½ x 15)

Lot: 137 - 2 1937 Walter Johnson Dinner Programs. Sgd.

[Autographed Item] 2 1937 Walter Johnson Signed Fiftieth Birthday Dinner Programs. 1 signed by Johnson on the front cover. 1 signed by Johnson and many others. Measures: 7 1/4" x 11". Condition Toning commensurate with age. Creased. Signatures faded.

Lot: 138 - Joe Dimaggio Signed Baseball.

[Autographed Item] Official League baseball inscribed: "Best Wishes, Joe Dimaggio". Condition Blue ink faded.

Lot: 139 - 1951 Dodgers Signed Baseball

[Autographed Item] Official National League Spalding baseball signed by 28 of the 1951 Brooklyn Dodgers. Including Jackie Robinson, Duke Snider, Pee Wee Reese, Gil Hodges, and Roy Campanella. Condition Baseball toned. Some ink faded lightly.

Lot: 140 - 500 HR Club Signed Baseball

[Autographed Item] Official Rawlings baseball signed by 11 of the 19 members of the 500 Club. Including Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Frank Robinson, Harmon Killebrew, Reggie Jackson, Mike Schmidt, Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams, Willie McCovey, Eddie

Lot: 141 - 1 vol. Easton Press. Roger Zelazny. Sgd.

[Easton Press] 1 Title. Roger Zelazny. A Night in the Lonesome October. Easton Press, 1993. 8vo. Each in gilt-decorated full leather, all edges gilt. Condition Near fine.

Lot: 142 - 12 vols. Mark Twain. Easton. 1998.

[Easton Press] 12 volumes, complete set of Mark Twain's works. Including: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Innocents Abroad, Pudd'nhead Wilson, The Prince and the Pauper, Tom Sawyer Abroad, Roughing It, The £1,000,000 Bank Note & Other

Lot: 143 - 14 vols. Fleming. Easton. 2005.

[Easton Press] 14 volume complete set of Ian Fleming's James Bond Series. Including: From Russia with Love, Dr. No, Diamonds are Forever, Casino Royale, Goldfinger, For Your Eyes Only, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Moonraker,

Lot: 144 - 2 vols. Easton Press Signed Editions.

[Easton Press] 2 volumes of Easton Press Signed Limited Editions. With Certificates of Authenticity. (1) Keyes, Daniel. Flowers for Algernon. 2013. Signed by Daniel Keyes. First edition, 10/600. Leather bound, with gilt ornamentation and all edges

Lot: 145 - 2 vols. Easton. Signed Eds. WWII Fiction.

[Easton Press] 2 volumes of Easton Press, both signed by the authors. Both leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. (1) Chabon, Michael. The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay. 2013. Includes bookplate and certificate of

Lot: 146 - 2 vols. Easton. Incl: Robin Hood, Mabinogion.

[Easton Press] 2 volumes of Easton Press. Both leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. (1) The Mabinogion. 2016. Translated by Lady Charlotte Guest. Illustrated by Alan Lee. Signed by Alan Lee. Includes certificate of authentication.

Lot: 147 - 2 vols. Burroughs. Easton. One limited ed., sgd.

[Easton Press] 2 volumes of Edgar Rice Burroughs, in slipcases. Both leather bound, with gilt ornamentation and all edges gilt. (1) Tarzan of the Apes. 2012. Signed by the artist Bob Eggleton. Edition 617 of 800. Includes certificate of authenticity.

Lot: 148 - 20 volumes. Hemingway. Easton. 1990.

[Easton Press] 20 volume complete set of Ernest Hemingway. Including: In Our Time, Green Hills of Africa, The Snows of Kilimanjaro, True at First Light, The Garden of Eden, Islands in the Stream, Men Without Women, The Old Man and the Sea, The Sun

Lot: 149 - 3 vols. Easton. Signed Eds. Black Americana.

[Easton Press] 3 volumes of Easton Press, all signed by the authors. Leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. (1) Whitehead, Colson. The Underground Railroad. 2016. Signed by Colson. Includes bookplate and certificate of authentication.

Lot: 150 - 38 vols. Shakespeare Set. Easton. 2010.

[Easton Press] 38 volume set. Shakespeare's works. Easton, 2010. Leather bound, with gilt ornamentation and all edges gilt. Titles include but are not limited to: Romeo and Juliet, Richard the Third, Othello, A Midsummer Night's Dream, King Lear,

Lot: 151 - 4 vols. Easton. Sgd eds. Mystery and Thriller.

[Easton Press] 4 volumes of Easton Press mystery and thriller novels. All signed by the authors. Leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. (1) Horowitz, Anthony. The House of Silk. 2015. Includes certificate of authenticity. (2) Meyer,

Lot: 152 - 5 vols. Easton. Sgd. Books with TV adaptations.

[Easton Press] 5 volumes of Easton Press, all with TV-show adaptations. All signed by the authors. Leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. Including: Orange is the New Black (Piper Kerman); Outlander (Diana Gabaldon); The Alienist

Lot: 153 - 5 vols. F. Scott Fitzgerald. Easton. 1991.

[Easton Press] 5 volumes of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Including: Tales the Jazz Age, The Great Gatsby, The Beautiful and Damned, The Last Tycoon, Babylon Revisited. Leather bound, with gilt ornamentation and all edges gilt. Condition Near fine.

Lot: 154 - 5 vols. James Fenimore Cooper. Easton.

[Easton Press] 5 volumes, of James Fenimore Cooper including: The Last of the Mohicans, The Pathfinder, The Deerslayer, The Pioneers, The Prairie, Leather bound, with gilt ornamentation and all edges gilt.

Lot: 155 - 7 vols. Easton. Sgd. Books w/ film adaptations.

[Easton Press] 7 volumes of Easton Press literature, all with film adaptations. All signed by the authors. Leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. Including: The Help (Kathryn Stockett); Schindler's List (Thomas Keneally); Clockers

Lot: 156 - 7 vols. Easton Press. Spy and Thriller Novels. Sgd

[Easton Press] 7 volumes of spy and thriller novels. 5 signed by the authors. All Easton Press, leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. Signed editions include: Coma (Robin Cook); Trigger Mortis (Anthony Horowitz); Six Days of the

Lot: 157 - 8 vols. Easton. Signed Editions. Fiction

[Easton Press] 8 volumes of Easton Press Fiction. All signed by the authors. Leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. Including: A Thousand Acres (Jane Smiley); Bel Canto (Ann Patchett); A Book of Common Prayer (Joan Didion); The Hours

Lot: 158 - 9 vols. Easton. Signed Editions. American Fiction

[Easton Press] 9 volumes of Easton Press, American Fiction. All signed by the authors. Leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. Including: Tinkers (Paul Harding); Orphan Train (Christina Baker Kline); Ragtime (E.L. Doctorow); Survivor

Lot: 159 - Baum. Wizard of Oz. Easton. 1989.

[Easton Press] Baum, Frank. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Easton Press, 1989. #648/1900. Illustrated by W.W Denslow. Leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. Condition Near Fine.

Lot: 160 - Rand. The Fountainhead. Easton. 2013.

[Easton Press] Rand, Ayn. The Fountainhead. Easton Press, 2013. #1349/1943. Leather bound with gilt ornamentation, all edges gilt. In slipcase. Condition Near Fine.

Lot: 161 - 8 vols. Tolkien's Middle Earth. Easton Press.

[Easton Press] Tolkien, J.R.R. 8 volumes, complete Middle Earth series including: The Hobbit, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King, The Silmarillion, Unfinished Tales of Numenor and Middle Earth, The Book of Lost Tales

Lot: 162 - 2 vols. Easton. Limited Editions. Sgd.

[Easton Press] Two Easton Press, limited edition printings, in slipcases, signed. Both leather bound, with gilt ornamentation and all edges gilt. (1) Gilgamesh. 2016. Signed by the translator Stephen Mitchell and the artist Rebecca Yanovskaya.

Lot: 163 - The Works of Lord Macaulay. 14 vols.

[Fine Bindings] 14 volumes of the works of Lord Macaulay. Books released over time bound to match. 8vo. Tan leather with gilt decorated spine and red and green accents. Marbled endpapers. Top edges gilt. (1-5) The History of England. 2nd edition.

Lot: 164 - 2 vols incl.The Queen of the Adriatic. Custom Case

[Fine Bindings] 2 volumes. (1) Clement, Clara Erskine. The Queen of the Adriatic. Dana Estes, Boston, 1893. Second edition. 8vo. (2) Lucas, E.V.. A Wanderer in Venice. Methuen, 1914. 8vo. Bindings as follows: Queen of the Adriatic is bound in dark

Lot: 165 - 17 vols. Decorative Leather Bindings. Inc: Burns.

[Fine Bindings] 5 titles, 17 volumes. Group of leather bindings. (1-8) The Works of Robert Burns. Cochrane & M'Crone, London, 1834. (9) The Book of Job. The Abbey Press, Edinburgh, 1902. #140/750 on hand made paper. (10-11) Bouterwek, Frederick.

Lot: 166 - 7 vols. Fine bindings. 18th-20th c.

[Fine Bindings] 7 volumes. Includes: (1) Fables of Aesop and others Newly Done into English. J. and R. Tonson/J. Watts, London, 1737. 18mo. Modern brown leather binding with gilt on spine. (2) Lang, Andrew. XXXII Ballades in Blue China. Kegan Paul,

Lot: 167 - 8 vols. Decorative Leather Bindings. Inc: Lecky.

[Fine Bindings] 8 volumes. Decorative Leather Bindings. (1-2) The Earl of Oxford and Asquith. Memories and Reflections. Cassell and Company Limited, London, 1928. (3-8) Lecky, William Edward Hartpole.European Morals, 2 vols. Democracy and Liberty, 2

Lot: 168 - The British Essayists. 45 vols. 1823.

[Fine Bindings] Berguer, Lionel Thomas. The British Essayists. T. and J. Allman, London, 1823. 45 volumes, complete. Large 18mo. 4 1/2" x 6 3/4". Three quarter leather and binding with gilt accented marbled paper. Gilt decorated spine. Top edge gilt.

Lot: 169 - Boccaccio. Il Decamerone. 1757.

[Fine Bindings] Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Decamerone (The Decameron). Londra (London), 1757. In 5 volumes. 8vo. Three quarter red leather with marbled boards. All edges marbled. Gilt and green accents on spine. In red cloth slipcase with leather 1942

Lot: 170 - Charles Dickens’s Works. 19 Vols.

[Fine Bindings] Dickens. Charles Dickens’s Works. 19 Vols: 17-volume set plus The Life Of Charles Dickens and The Dickens Dictionary. Lon: Chapman & Hall, 1890-1893, nd. "Crown" Edition. 8vo. Later green leather and marbled board. Condition

Lot: 171 - Etrennes d'Eupheme, Nourrice Des Muses. 1789.

[Fine Bindings] Etrennes d'Eupheme, Nourrice Des Muses. Chez Langlois Fils, Libraire, Paris, 1789. 32mo. Full leather binding with gilt decorations. All edges gilt.

Lot: 172 - Longfellow. The Complete Works. 11 vols. 1904.

[Fine Bindings] Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. The Complete Works. 11 volumes. Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Boston/New York, 1904. Edition De Luxe with Portraits, Illustrations and Facsimiles. #192/750. 8vo. Three quarter red leather and marbled

Lot: 173 - 2 vols. Milton's Paradise Lost & Regained. 1759.

[Fine Bindings] Milton, John. 2 vols. Paradise Lost; and Paradise Regained. John Baskerville for J. and R. Tonson, London, 1759. 8vo. Full leather binding with gilt decorated boards and heavily decorated spine; page ends gilt. together in custom

Lot: 174 - 8 vols. The Works of Molière. 2nd ed. 1697.

[Fine Bindings] Molière (1622-1673). Les Œuvres de Monsieur de Molière. Denys Thierry, Claude Barbin et Pierre Trabouillet, Paris, 1697. Second edition. Eight volumes, 12mo (156 x 91mm). 30 engraved illustrations by Sauvé after

Lot: 175 - 3 vols. La Storia di Venezia. Custom Venetian Case

[Fine Bindings] Molmenti, Pompeo. La Storia di Venezia. Arti Grafiche, Bergamo, 1910-12. 3 volumes. 4to. Part 1: La Grandezza, Part 2: Lo splendore, Part 3: Il decadimento. 7th Edition. Illustrated throughout the text, also with folding plates. Each

Lot: 176 - New Century Shakespeare. 24 vols. DeLuxe ed. 1901.

[Fine Bindings] The New Century Shakespeare. 24 volumes. Dana Estes and Company, Boston, 1901. Edition De Luxe. #77/1000. 8vo. Half red leather and marbled boards. Spine decorated in gilt. Condition Very good. Vol 1 chipped on crown edge of spine.

Lot: 177 - 7 vols. The Italian Novelists. 1901. 1 of 26.

[Fine Bindings] Waters, W.G. (translator). The Italian Novelists. Illustrated by E.R. Hughes. Privately printed for members of the Society of Bibliophiles, London, 1901. 8vo. Bound by Monastery Hill Bindery. Red leather and gilt binding. Silk

Lot: 178 - The Writings of Oscar Wilde. 15 vols. 1907.

[Fine Bindings] Wilde, Oscar. The Writings of. 15 volumes. A.R. Keller & Co, London/New York, 1907. University/Uniformed edition. Numbered with a stamp of a star; one of 800. 8vo. Three quarters red leather and green boards. Gilt decorations and

Lot: 179 - Universal Etymological Dictionary. 2 vols. 1732.

[Early Printing] Bailey, N. The Universal Etymological English Dictionary. In 2 volumes. 5th edition. J. and J. Knapton, D. Midwinter, etc.., London, 1732. Large 12mo. 5 1/2" x 8". Brown leather binding with embossed decoration. Receipt from 1752

Lot: 180 - Julii Caesaris Commentarii. 1539.

[Early Printing] C. Julii Caesaris Commentarii. Apud Ambrosium Girault, via ad D. Jacobum sub Pellicano, Paris, 1539. 18mo: 4 1/2" x 6 3/4". Bound in vellum. All edges red. Condition Notations in the margins, and title page. Worm damage in the upper

Lot: 181 - 5 vols. Corpus Juris Civilis Justinianei. 1612/13.

[Early Printing] Corpus Juris Civilis Justinianei. 5 volumes. Each volume published in Lugduni [Lyons], Sumptibus Ioannis Pillehotte [printed by Jean Pillehotte]. Volumes are as follows: 1) Codicis Sacratissimi Imperat. Iustiniani .... [Justinian's

Lot: 182 - Dryden. Secret-Love: Or, the Maiden-Queen. 1691.

[Early Printing] Dryden, John. Secret-Love: Or, the Maiden-Queen: As it is acted by their Majesties Servants. Henry Herringman, 1691, London. 5th edition. 8vo. Marbled paper wrappers. Condition Very good. Front cover torn and partially detached. Area

Lot: 183 - The Young Clerk's Vade Mecum. 1776.

[Early Printing] The Young Clerk's Vade Mecum: Or Compleat Law-Tutor. Printed in Belfast; reprinted by H. Gaine, New York. 1776. 18mo. 4 1/4" x 6 1/4". Leather binding. Provenance From the library of Jacob A. Stein. Condition Good. Front board and

Lot: 184 - Voltaire. La Pucelle d'Orleans... 1775.

[Early Printing] Voltaire. La Pucelle d'Orleans, Poeme, Suivie Du Temple Du Gout, &c. 1775. 8vo. Leather and gilt binding. Page edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. 21 plates for each chant of La Pucelle d'Orleans. Condition Very good. Binding worn and

Lot: 185 - The Red Badge of Courage. 1896. In Dust jacket.

Crane, Stephen. The Red Badge of Courage. D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1896. 2nd edition. Ads in rear for "Gilbert Parker's Best Books" and "A. Conan Doyle". 8vo. Tan cloth stamped in red, black, and gilt. In tan dust jacket with red and black

Lot: 186 - 4 vols. Hemingway. Incl: Farewell to Arms. 1st ed.

Hemingway, Ernest. 4 volumes. 8vo. In pictorial dust jackets. Jonathan Cape, London, 1950-64. (1) A Farewell to Arms. 1964. 1st English edition. "serisou" instead of "serious" on page 66. Hanneman A46 (2) A Moveable Feast. 1964. (3) Across the River

Lot: 187 - Hemingway. For Whom the Bell Tolls. 1st ed.

Hemingway, Ernest. For Whom the Bell Tolls. New York. Charles Scribner's Sons. 1940. 1st edition. 1st printing. Beige cloth boards. Top edges of pages stained brown. DJ rear cover does not contain name of photographer, Lloyd Arnold. Hanneman 18.

Lot: 188 - Huxley. Point Counter Point. 1st ed.

Huxley, Aldous. Point Counter Point. London. Chatto & Windus. 1928. 1st ed. Green cloth boards with gilt title on spine. Top page edges gilted. #201/256 of copies signed by Aldous Huxley. Condition Spine faded. Foxing on page edges. Rear hinge

Lot: 189 - Ulysses. James Joyce. First British edition. 1922.

Joyce, James. Ulysses. Published for Egoist Press, London by John Rodker, Paris, 1922. First British edition. Edition 1056 of 2000. Original blue binding retained within leather binding. 8vo. Condition Good. Exterior binding worn, original wrappers

Lot: 190 - Kramer. Faggots. Uncorrected proof, etc.Custom Box

[First Editions] Custom made wooden phallic box housing the following: (1) Kramer, Larry. Faggots. 1st edition. Signed. (2) Kramer. Faggots. Uncorrected proof. (3) Fire Island DVD. (4) photographs. Box measures: W: 16 1/4" x D: 12 1/2" x H: 11 1/2".

Lot: 191 - Twain. A Tramp Abroad. 1st edition. 1880.

Twain, Mark (Samuel Clemens). A Tramp Abroad. American Publishing Company/Chatto & Windus, Hartford, CT/London, 1880. First American edition, first issue. 8vo. Brown cloth binding with gilt decoration and title on cover and spine. Speckled page

Lot: 192 - Arion Press. Mrs. Bridge. No. 105 of 300. Signed.

[Arion Press] Connell, Evan S. Mrs. Bridge. Arion Press, San Francisco, 2009. 4to. Illustrated with photographs by Laurie Simmons. yellow cloth, photographs mounted on covers. Number 105 of 300 copies. Signed by Evan S. Connell on Page 292 and by

Lot: 193 - Arion Press. Coney Island of the Mind. #40/300 Sgd

[Arion Press] Ferlinghetti, Lawrence. A Coney Island of the Mind. Arion Press, San Francisco, 2005. Artwork by R.B. Kitaj. Folio. Original hand-sewn in boards with brown cloth spine, slipcase. Number 40 of 300 copies signed by Ferlinghetti and Kitaj.

Lot: 194 - Arion Press. The Alienist. Number 128 of 250.

[Arion Press] Machado de Assis, Joaquim Maria. [Caroll Dunham, illustrator]. The Arion Press, San Francisco, 1998. Twelve drawings by Caroll Dunham, who has also signed the limitation page. Oblong folio, green cloth, paper cover and spine labels,

Lot: 195 - Arion Press. Journey Round My Room. #211 of 300.

[Arion Press] Maistre, Xavier de. Journey Round My Room. Arion Press, San Francisco, 2007. 8vo. Striped cloth. No. 211 of 300 numbered copies. Condition Near Fine.

Lot: 196 - Arion Press. Boobus and the Bunnyduck. #32/100.

[Arion Press] McClure, Michael and Jess Collins [illustrator]. The Boobus and the Bunnyduck. Arion Press, San Francisco, 2007. 14 exuberant crayon pictures and 13 ink drawings, accordion-bound facsimile of the 1957 artist book with an accompanying

Lot: 197 - Arion Press. Nachman Stories. Number 33 of 300.

[Arion Press] Michaels, Leonard. The Nachman Stories. Arion Press, San Francisco, 2009. Large 8vo. 9 tipped-in photographs of the author. Blue cloth, yellow paper wrap-around label. Number 33 of 300 copies. With essays by Robert Hass and Morton

Lot: 198 - Arion Press. Tartuffe. Number 70 of 300. Signed.

[Arion Press] Moliere (Jean Baptieste Poquelin). Tartuffe. Arion Press, San Francisco, 2004. Translated by Richard Wilbur, Illustrated by William Hamilton. Folio, red satin cloth, clear acetate jacket. Limited to 300 numbered copies of which this is

Lot: 199 - Arion Press. Sappho. 2011. #162/400.

[Arion Press] Poetry of Sappho. Introduction by Page du Bois, Anita Cowles Rearden and Julie Mehretu illustrators. San Francisco: Arion Press, 2011. Tall 4to. Total of 426 printed, of which 400 were available for sale; this is number 162. Signed by

Lot: 200 - Arion Press. South of Heaven #137 of 400. Sgd.

[Arion Press] Thompson, James Myers [Jim]. South of Heaven. Introduction by Arnold Hano, illustrations by Raymond Pettibon. Arion Press, San Francisco, 2010. 4to. Black cloth decorated with die-cut red paper, clear acetate dj. Number 137 of 400

Lot: 201 - Arion Press. Tono-Bungay. Number 102 of 300.

[Arion Press] Wells, H.G. Tono-Bungay. Arion Press, San Francisco, 2008. 8vo. 14 illustrations by Stan Washburn. Burgundy cloth, pamphlet "Notes forTono-Bungay", cloth slipcase. Number 102 of 300. Condition Near Fine.

Lot: 202 - Rousseau. Duchene. Brouillons de Dieu. 1989.

[Art Object] Duchene, Gerard and Patrick Rousseau. Brouillons de Dieu. Alain Buyse, Lille, 1989. 4to. White folio with representation of lung on the cover. #6/30. Contains 15 original works by Duchene, 14 texts by Rousseau and, on the cover, a work

Lot: 203 - Lawrence. Robinson. Tortoises. 1983. Sgd by artist

[Cheloniidae Press] Lawrence, D.H. Tortoises: Six Poems. Wood engravings by Alan James Robinson. Introduction by Jefferson Huner. Cheloniidae Press, Williamsburg, MA, 1983. #10/90 (total edition of 310 copies), on Fabiano Perusia paper. Designed by

Lot: 204 - Shakespeare. Hamlet facsimile. 1972.

[Cranach Press] Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. Weimar. Cranach Press, Harry Graf Kessler, 1972. Facsimile. Top edge gilt. Quarter vellum and tan paper. In a tan slipcase. Includes a pamphlet about the original Cranach press book in a folder on the

Lot: 205 - Dante. La Divina Commedia. Nonesuch Press. 1928.

[Nonesuch Press] La Divina Commedia or the Divine Vision of Dante Aligheri in Italian & English. The Nonesuch Press, London, 1928. #176/1475. Dante's Divine Comedy, with Dante's Italian printed parallel to Rev. Henry F. Cary's English translation

Lot: 206 - Shelley, [Moser, ill.] Frankenstein. 1983. 24/350.

[Pennyroyal Press] Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Barry Moser, illustrator. Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus... Printed by Harold McGrath at Pennyroyal, West Hatfield, 1983. Illustrated by Barry Moser and with Essays by Ruth Mortimer, Emily

Lot: 207 - Frost. Munkitt. Farming. 1891. Signed.

[Signed Books] 2 Signed Pieces. (1) Munkitt, Richard Kendall. Farming. Illustrated by Arthur Burdett Frost. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1891. First Edition. 8vo. Unpaginated, 20 Chapters plus 4pp publisher’s catalog. Signed & inscribed by the

Lot: 208 - 2 vols. Birth Control. Incl: Margaret Sanger. Sgd.

[Signed Books] 2 volumes on early birth control. (1) Sanger, Margaret. My Fight for Birth Control. Farrar & Rinehart, New York, 1931. Inscribed on front free endpaper by Sanger: "To Mary Cross with my regards Margaret Sanger Oct 13, 1931. 8vo.

Lot: 209 - 2 vols. Psychology. Incl: 1 signed by Anna Freud.

[Signed Books] 2 volumes on psychology. (1) Freud, Anna. Das Ich und die Abwehrmechanismen. Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, Wien, 1936. Inscribed by Freud to Hanns Sachs, pschoanalyst and friend of Sigmund Freud: "Hanns Sachs, als

Lot: 210 - 4 vols. Incl: Ginsberg. Kosinski. Signed.

[Signed Books] 4 volumes. 3 by Jerzy Kosinski (1 under Joseph Novak) and 1 by Allen Ginsberg. (1) Ginsberg, Allen. Collected Poems 1947-1980. Viking, London, 1985. Inscribed, with a drawing on title page and facing flyleaf: "For Tom and Jane Geniesse

Lot: 211 - Cocteau. La Rose de Francois. 1923. Sgd/inscr.

[Signed Books] Cocteau, Jean. La Rose de Francois. Francois Bernouard, Paris, 1923. First edition. 12mo. Book has been bound with artificial gemstones front and back. Front wrapper bound in. Signed in the year of publication: "Petit souvenir, de Jean

Lot: 212 - Cocteau. Le Grand Ecart. 1923. Sgd/inscr/illus.

[Signed Books] Cocteau, Jean. Le Grand Ecart. Librairie Stock, Paris, 1923. Illustrated by the author, lettered tissue guards. 4to, modern 1/4 orange morocco over yellow laminate boards, spine titles gilt; binder's stamp for H[enri] Duhayon of Nice.

Lot: 213 - Cocteau. Poemes. 1916-1955. Sgd/inscr/illus.

[Signed Books] Cocteau, Jean. Poems. 1916-1955. Gallimard, Paris, 1956. Small 8vo. A collection of poems chosen by the poet, written between 1916 and 1955 and ordered chronologically. Concluding with a detailed bibliography of the poetic work of

Lot: 214 - Frost. Collected Poems. 1930. #175/1000. Sgd.

[Signed Books] Frost, Robert. Collected Poems. The Spiral Press. New York for Random House. 1930. #175/1000. Signed on half title by Frost. 8vo. Tan cloth binding. Top edge gilt. Condition Good to very good. Spine Toned. Wear to binding. Corners

Lot: 215 - Gorbachev. Memoirs. 1st US ed. 1995. Signed.

[Signed Books] Gorbachev, Mikhail. Memoirs. Doubleday, New York, 1995. First American Edition; First Printing. 8vo. Hardcover in dust jacket. Condition Very good to near fine. Minor bumping on top right corner of dj. Small closed tear on back bottom

Lot: 216 - Petronius. Norman Lindsay. 1910. Signed.

[Signed Books] Lindsay, Norman. Petronius: A Revised Latin Text of the Satyricon with the Earliest English Translation (1694) now First Reprinted with an Introduction together with one hundred illustrations. Privately printed by Ralph Strauss,

Lot: 217 - Carl Sagan. Cosmos. 1980. Signed.

[Signed Books] Sagan, Carl (1934-1996). Cosmos. Random House, New York, 1980. 4to. Black cloth binding in dust jacket. Inscribed by Sagan on title page: "For Kevin, With best wishes. Carl Sagan". Condition Very good. Interior clean. Evidence of

Lot: 218 - Virgil Thomson. Lord Byron Opera. 1st ed. Signed.

[Signed Books] Thomson, Virgil. Lord Byron: Opera in Three Acts. Southern Music Publishing Co, New York, 1975. First edition. #14/100. Signed by Virgil Thomson (composer), Jack Larson (liberetto), Robert Indiana (cover artist), and one other Folio.

Lot: 219 - Monograph on the work of McKim Mead & White.

[Architecture] A Monograph on the work of McKim Mead & White 1879-1915. Elephant Folio. Condition Disbound. Wear and chipping to page edges. Toning commensurate with age.

Lot: 220 - D'Espouy. Fragments D'Architecture. 4 vols.

[Architecture] D'Espouy, Hector. Fragments D'Architecture Antique and du Moyen Age et de la Renaissance. 4 volumes. Librairie Generale de L'Architecture et des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, n.d. [c.1900]. Elephant folio. Green cloth with leather labels on

Lot: 221 - Old Bridges of France. 1925.

[Architecture] Gromort, Georges and William Emerson. Old Bridges of France. The Press of the American Institute of Architects, New York, 1925. Portfolio with quarter tan cloth and blue paper cover. Gilt title on cover. #607/1000. Condition Stains,

Lot: 222 - Tarouilly. Edifices de Rome Moderne. 1877.

[Architecture] Tarouilly, P. Edifices de Rome Moderne. 6 volumes. Bance, Paris, 1877. 3 vols elephant folio; 3 vols 4to. All in matching three quarter red leather and marbled boards with gilt lettering on spine. Condition Very good. Bindings worn.

Lot: 223 - A Monograph of the William K. Vanderbilt House.

[Architecture] Van Pelt, John Vredenburgh. A Monograph of the William K. Vanderbilt House. John Vredenburgh Van Pelt, New York, 1925. Folio with ties. Pages unbound inside as issued. All plates present. Approx: 14 3/4" x 19 1/4". Condition Very good.

Lot: 224 - Vicat. Recherches Experimentales. 1818.

[Architecture] Vicat, L.J. (Louis). Recherches Experimentales sur les Chaux de Construction, les Betons et les Mortiers Ordinaires. Chez Goujons, Paris, 1818. 4to. Quarter leather and speckled boards. Page edges yellow and speckled red. Condition

Lot: 225 - Ware. Complete Body of Architecture. 2 vols. 1756.

[Architecture] Ware, Isaac. A Complete Body of Architecture. Adorned with Plans and Elevations from Original Designs. In which are interspersed some Designs of Inigo Jones, Never Before Published. 2 Vols. London: T. Osborne and J. Shipton; J. Hodges;

Lot: 226 - Balzac. Das Madchen mit den Goldaugen. 1904.

[Balzac] Balzac, Honore de. Das Madchen mit den Goldaugen. Ernst Hardt (translator). Marcus Behmer (illustrator). Insel-Verlag, Leipzig, 1904. One of 500. Small 4to. Vellum with gilt decoration. No slipcase. Watermark of galleon on free endpapers.

Lot: 227 - Chauveau, Bonnard. Histoires du Petit Renaud. 1927

[Bonnard] Chauveau, Leopold; Bonnard, Pierre. Les Histoires Du Petit Renaud. Librairie Gallimard, Paris, 1927. Number 262 of 322 numbered copies. Profusely illustrated by Pierre Bonnard, often with colored highlights. Condition Printed on Arches

Lot: 228 - A Broad Sheet. 9 issues, 1902. Jack Yeats, others.

[Broadsheet] Smith, Pamela Colman. A Broad Sheet. 9 issues. Illustrations by Jack Yeats, Pamela Colman Smith, and others. Original hand coloring. Includes the first printing of “Spinning Song” by William B. Yeats (Wade p361). Also includes

Lot: 229 - 5 vols on Geography and Cartography.

[Cartography] 5 volumes. 8vo-folio. All Hardcover. Including: (1-2) Imago Mundi, The Journal of the International Society for the History of Cartography. 2 vols: Volumes 27 and 28. Imago Mundi, 1975 and 1976. (3) Pownhall, Thomas. A Topographical

Lot: 230 - 2 volumes. Facsimiles Atlases.

[Cartography] Ptolemaeus, Claudius. Geographia. 2 volumes: Strassburg 1513, and Roma 1478. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Second Series of Atlases in Facsimile. The World Publishing Company, Cleveland, 1966. Condition Very Good. Wear to dust jackets.

Lot: 231 - Chagall. Illustrations for the Bible. 1956. 1st ed

[Chagall] Chagall, Marc. Illustrations for the Bible. Harcourt, Brace and Company, New York, 1956. (Verve 33/34). Copyright Verve, Paris, 1956. 1st American edition. Folio. 17 lithographs in color including the title page, 12 in black and white.

Lot: 232 - Thompson. Eloise in Paris. 1st. 1957. Sgd.

[Childrens & Illustrated Books] Thompson, Kay. Eloise in Paris. Illustrated by Hilary Knight. Simon and Schuster, New York, 1957. First printing, stated. 4to. Blue boards. In dust jacket. Inscribed by Thompson on copyright page and following

Lot: 233 - Tudor. Corgiville. Watercolors & Copyright. 1996

[Childrens & Illustrated] Tudor, Tasha (American, 1915-2008). The copyright and all 55 Original Watercolors, the entire artwork for The Great Corgiville Kidnapping published by Little, Brown, Boston, 1997. Size ranges from 2 1/4" x 5 1/2” to

Lot: 234 - Schiff. Maskee: A Shanghai Sketchbook. Sgd.

[China] Schiff, Friedrich. Maskee: A Shanghai Sketchbook. ca. 1940. Signed by Schiff on title page. Ltd. #119. 8vo. Green silk cloth. Accordion bound. Hand colored illustrations of various figures seen in pre-WWII Shanghai. Condition Good to very

Lot: 235 - Paintings by Madame Chiang Kai-Shek. Vols. I & II.

[China] Soong, Mei-ling (Madame Chiang Kai-Shek). Paintings by Madame Chiang Kai-Shek. Vols. I and II. Shih-Ling Studio, Taipei, Taiwan, n.d. (ca. 1956, 1961). First edition. Folio. Silk-covered paper wraps, spine stitched (could be cut to release

Lot: 236 - Jean Cocteau & The Illustrated Book. Signed. 1990.

[Cocteau] Santa Susana Press, California State University Northridge Libraries, 1990. Folio. Red morocco-backed tan linen, spine lettered in gilt with matching slipcase. #31/226. Includes illustrated leaf from the 1923 first edition of Dessins.

Lot: 237 - Coleridge. Jones. Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Sgd

[David Jones] Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Illustrated by David Jones. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Douglas Cleverdon, Bristol, 1929. #33/60. Signed by Jones and features an additional set of 10 engravings in a pocket at the back of the book. 4vo.

Lot: 238 - Jones. Grammar of Ornament. 49 Plates.

[Decorative Arts] Jones, Owen. The Grammar of Ornament. Day and Son, Limited, London, n.d. Unbound, containing 49 plates. 9 1/2" x 13 1/4". Condition Good to very good. Pages lightly toned. Foxed throughout. Light wear to edges and corners. Upper

Lot: 239 - Racinet. L' Ornament Polychrome. Paris, 1869-87.

[Decorative Arts] Racinet, Albert Charles Auguste (1825–1893). 100+ plates from L' Ornament Polychrome. Chromolithographs. Paris, 1869-87. Unbound. Approx: 11" x 15". Condition Wear to page edges. Toned commensurate with age. Some pages appear

Lot: 240 - Waring. Masterpieces of Industrial. 3 vols. 1863.

[Decorative Arts] Waring, J.B. Masterpieces of Industrial Art and Sculpture at the International Exhibition, 1862. 3 volumes. Chromolithographed by and under the direction of W.R. Tymms, A. Warren, and G. Macculloch. Day & Son, London, 1863.

Lot: 241 - 2 vols. The Book of the Queen's Dolls' House. 1924

[Dolls' House] Benson, A.C, Lawrence Weaver, and E.V. Lucas (editors). The Book of the Queen's Dolls' House Library. 2 volumes. Methuen & Co Ltd., London, 1924. Vol 1 #165/1500, vol 2 unnumbered. 4to. Quarter linen and blue boards. Vol 2: All

Lot: 242 - 2 copies: The Romance Of Alexander. 1933

[Facsimiles] 2 copies: The Romance Of Alexander: A Collotype Facsimile of Ms. Bodley 264. Introduction by M. R. James. Oxford Univ. Pr., 1933. Folio. Orig blue cloth, in dustjacket. The 1933 edition was limited to 250.

Lot: 243 - Hotsy Totsy Flipbook. ca. 1920s.

[Flipbook] Hotsy Totsy in Her Original "Fanny Dance". Flipbook. ca. 1920s. 3" x 2 1/8". Uncommon. Condition Very good. Reinforced along stapled edge. Final page attached to fabric strip, but detached from the other pages.

Lot: 244 - Moby Dick. Folio Society. In clamshell case.

[Folio Society] Melville, Herman. Moby-Dick or the Whale. Folio Society, London, 2009. With black & white illustrations by Rockwell Kent. 8vo. Black morocco. Blocked with a design by Rockwell Kent. Top edge silver. Together with commentary

Lot: 245 - 4 vols illustrated. Early 20th c. Incl: Xanthis.

[Illustrated Books] 4 illustrated volumes. Color illustrations throughout each vol. (1) Berry, Andre. Contes Milesiens. Editions de la Tournelle, Paris, 1936. 8vo. Illustrated paper wrapper in glassine. Features pochoir illustrations throughout. (2)

Lot: 246 - Milton. In the Morning of Christ's Nativity. n.d.

[John Milton] Milton, John. In the Morning of Christ's Nativity. n.d, ca. late 19th-early 20th century. An unfinished hand painted and illuminated copy of Milton's poem. On J. Whatman paper dated 1894. The last few pages have sketches but watercolor

Lot: 247 - The Plays of W. Shakespeare. 37 vols. 1939.

[Limited Editions Club] The Plays of William Shakespeare. In 37 volumes. Limited Editions Club, New York, 1939. 4to. Arthur Rackham; Agnes Miller Parker; Eric Gill, and 34 others (illustrator) Quarter cloth and color pictorial boards. Top edges gilt.

Lot: 248 - Nicholson. An Almanac of Twelve Sports. 1898.

[Nicholson] Nicholson, William. An Almanac of Twelve Sports. With Words by Rudyard Kipling. R.H. Russell. New York. 1898. Large 4to. 10" x 12 1/4". Brown boards with cloth backstrip. Condition Good. Wear to backstrip and edges. Toned with age.

Lot: 249 - Nicholson. London Types. 1898.

[Nicholson] Nicholson, William. London Types. Quatorzains by W. E. Henley. R.H. Russell. New York. 1898. Large 4to. 11" x 13 1/8". Brown pictorial boards with cloth backstrip. Condition Good to very good. Toned with age. Wear to backstrip and edges.

Lot: 250 - Nicholson. The Square Book of Animals. 1900.

[Nicholson] Nicholson, William. The Square Book of Animals. Rhymes by Arthur Waugh. R.H. Russell. New York. 1900. 4to. 10 3/4" x 10 3/4". Brown boards with cloth backstrip. Condition Good. Wear to boards along backstrip. Front board detached from

Lot: 251 - 6 vols. Les Filigranes.

[Paper Reference] 6 volumes. All hardcover, 4to. Including: (1-4) Briquet, C.M. Les Filigranes, Dictionnaire Historique Des Marques du Papier. Hacker Art Books, 1985. Volumes 1-4. (5-6) A. Mosin, Vladimir and Seid M. Traljic. Filigranes. Academie

Lot: 252 - 9 volumes on Paper and Design.

[Paper Reference] 9 volumes. All hardcover. 8vo-folio. Including: (1) Edison, Margaret E. Thoreau MacDonald, A Catalogue of Design and Illustration. University of Toronto Press, 1973. (2) Massin. Letter and Image. Translated by Caroline Hillier and

Lot: 253 - Muir. Picturesque California. 10 parts bound.1888.

[Picturesque California] Muir, John (editor). Picturesque California. Complete in 10 volumes bound together. Covers for parts 2 and 10 bound in rear. Folio: 13 1/2" x 16". Red leather binding with marbled endpapers and gilt title on cover. All edges

Lot: 254 - Brunelleschi. La Guirlande. 7 fascicles. 1919-20.

[Pochoir] Brunelleschi, Umberto. La Guirlande. 1919-20. Contains 7 fascicles: 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and series of loose full page ads/illustrations. Printed on Arches fidelis mbm paper. Measures approx 8" x 11 1/2". Condition Good. Disbound. Page

Lot: 255 - Howard. Chinese Armorial Porcelain. 1974. Sgd.

[Porcelain] Howard, David Sanctuary. Chinese Armorial Porcelain. Faber and Faber, London, 1974. 4to. Orange cloth and gilt binding. In dust jacket. Signed by Howard on title page and inscribed by him on front free endpaper: "Jim - Sincerest good

Lot: 256 - Howard. China for the West. 2 vols. Signed.

[Porcelain] Howard, David, and John Ayers. China For The West: Chinese Porcelain & other Decorative Arts for Export illustrated from the Mottahedeh Collection. 2 Vols. Sotheby Parke Benet, 1978. Illustrated. Folio. Cloth, in dj and

Lot: 257 - Williamson. The Book of Beauty. 1904. #28/50.

[Portraits] The Book of Beauty (Era King Edward VII): A Collection of Beautiful Portraits with Literary, Artistic, and Musical Contributions by Men and Women of the Day. Dodd Mead & Co/Hutchinson & Co, New York/London, 1904. Special edition

Lot: 258 - Pushkin. Le Coq D'Or. 1925. #934/955.

[Pushkin] Pushkin, Alexander. Le Coq D'Or et d'Autres Contes. Illustrated by B.Z. Worykine. H. Piazza, Paris, n.d. [1925]. 4to. One of 775 copies on decorated velin paper. Number 934/955. In glassine and slipcase. Condition Name of previous owner on

Lot: 259 - Rackham, illus. Undine. 1909. 758/1000. Signed.

[Rackham] De La Motte Fuqué, Friedrich. Arther Rackham, illustrator. Undine. Heinemann, London, 1909. 4to. Limted edition; this is # 758 of 1000. Signed by Rackham on the limitation page. 15 tipped-in color plates with captioned paper guards,

Lot: 260 - Rackham illus. Vicar of Wakefield. 1929. Signed.

[Rackham] Goldsmith, Oliver, Arthur Rackham, illus. George G. Harrap, London, 1929. 4to. #542 of 775 copies signed by Rackham. Publisher's gilt lettered vellum. Top edge gilt. 12 color plates. Condition Very good. Some soiling to vellum. Ownership

Lot: 261 - Rackham, illus. Comus. 1921. #483/550. Signed.

[Rackham] Milton, John. Arthur Rackham, illustrator. Comus. Doubleday Page, New York, [1921]. 4to. #483 of 550 copies. Signed by Rackham. 24 color plates tipped-in, printed guards. Original vellum-backed boards, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt.

Lot: 262 - Rackham. Ingoldsby Legends. 1907. 494/500. Sgd.

[Rackham] Rackham, Arthur. Illustrator. The Ingoldsby Legends, J.M Dent, London, 1907. 4to. 494 of 500 of the limited Large Paper Edition. Signed by Arthur Rackham below limitation statement. 24 tipped in color plates with captioned guards; 12

Lot: 263 - 2 Vols Inc: Voltaire & Sgd Peking Street Peddlers.

[Rosemary Covey] 2 vols. Including: (1) Constant, Samuel Victor. Illustrated by Rosemary Covey. Calls, Sounds & Merchandise of the Peking Street Peddlers. Bird & Bull, Newtown, Pennsylvania, 1993. 8vo. Quarterbound leather with blue floral

Lot: 264 - Khayyam. Rubaiyat. Illustrated by Rene Bull.

[Rubaiyat] Khayyam, Omar. Rubaiyat. Translated by Edward Fitzgerald. Illustrated by Rene Bull. Hodder and Stoughton, [London], n.d. [1913]. 4to. Orange-brown cloth. Decorated in gilt and blue. Illustrated throughout. Condition Very good. Cloth and

Lot: 265 - Combe. Cruikshank, illus. Life of Napoleon. 1815.

[Satire] Combe, [William]; Cruikshank, [George] (illus.). Life of Napoleon, A Hudibrastic Poem in Fifteen Cantos, by Doctor Syntax. T. Tegg, London, 1815. 8vo. 260 pages with 30 hand-colored engravings by George Cruikshank. Full cherry-red morocco,

Lot: 266 - Cox. U.S. Capitol. Founding Fathers. Sketches.

[Allyn Cox] Cox, Allyn (American, 1896-1982). Muralist best known for his works in the U.S. Capitol, the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, VA. 2 preparatory charcoal sketches of Founding Fathers in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda.

Lot: 267 - Cox. U.S. Capitol. George Washington Sketches.

[Allyn Cox] Cox, Allyn (American, 1896-1982). Muralist best known for his works in the U.S. Capitol, the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, VA. 2 preparatory charcoal sketches of George Washington in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda.

Lot: 268 - Allyn Cox. Masonic Temple Grand Hall Mural.

[Allyn Cox] Cox, Allyn (American, 1896-1982). Muralist best known for his works in the U.S. Capitol, the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, VA. 5 pieces. Mural watercolor w/ 4 tracing paper sheets from the Washington Masonic

Lot: 269 - Cox. Masonic Temple. Preparatory Figures.

[Allyn Cox] Cox, Allyn (American, 1896-1982). Muralist best known for his works in the U.S. Capitol, the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, VA. 6 preparatory works from the Washington Memorial Masonic Temple. 1953. (1) "Arab

Lot: 270 - Cox. DC and VA Preparatory Works.

[Allyn Cox] Cox, Allyn (American, 1896-1982). Muralist best known for his works in the U.S. Capitol, the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, VA. Includes Smithsonian Museum of History and Technology and and Norfolk Naval

Lot: 271 - Cox. U.S. Capitol. Minor Historical Figures.

[Allyn Cox] Cox, Allyn (American, 1896-1982). Muralist best known for his works in the U.S. Capitol, the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, VA. 6 Preparatory works of historical figures from the U.S. Capitol Rotunda. 1976. (1)

Lot: 272 - 2 photo albums and group of Studio Photos. 19th c.

[Photography] 2 19th century photo albums and group of American and European studio photographs. (1) Black leather album. 111 photos total. Contains scenic images of Europe, New England, Alaska, and CDVs/photos of more than 50 notable figures: Albert

Lot: 273 - 2 photos of Yachts. Inc: Rosenfeld. Jackson.

[Photography] 2 albumen photographs of yachts. (1) Rosenfeld, Morris. Signed by Morris in lower right. Inscribed by another. Stamp for Rosenfeld's shop on reverse. 11 1/4" x 14". (2) Jackson, Willard Bramwell. Jackson's blindstamp on l.r. corner.

Lot: 274 - 2 Decorated Photo Albums, 19th c.

[Photography] 2 decorated photo albums of scenic views and art, some with titles, red edge painting, floral end papers, cream binding decorated in gilt and red. Contains 158 photos total. Condition Binding worn. Evidence of wet spotting has made red

Lot: 275 - 2 1930s Photo Albums. Inc: Paris Exhibitions.

[Photography] 2 photo albums from the 1930s of art. 97 photos total. Photos captioned. 1 album of the 1931-34 Paris Exhibitions; photos of gallery spaces and the art hung within. 1 album of German, Flemish, and Dutch art. Both albums bound in red

Lot: 276 - 2 photo albums of Europe. Inc: 3 cyanotypes.

[Photography] 2 photos albums. (1) Labeled "Views of Rome" on spine and "Rome & Italy" on cover. Brown leather. Includes 3 cyanotypes of Venice and 68 photos of various locations and works of art. (2) Labeled "Foreign View"s on spine with the

Lot: 277 - 2 Calli E Canali Photogravure Plates. Framed.

[Photography] 2 plates framed from Calli E Canali. Ferdinando Ongania, Venice, 1891. Includes plate 38 and plate 24. Both frame separately. Condition Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 278 - Art Studies. 2 vols. Early 20th century.

[Photography] 2 volumes of bound photography magazines including: Art Studies, Art Photos Quarterly, Art Photos Monthly, and Edwin Bower Hesser's Arts Monthly Pictorial. Bound in three-quarters burgundy leather and cloth. "Art Studies" and volume in

Lot: 279 - 2 vols on Early Photography. inc: Legros. 1856.

[Photography] 2 volumes on photography. (1) Legros, Adolphe. Encyclopedie de la Photograhpie (Encyclopedia of Photography). By the author, Paris, n.d. [1856]. 8vo. Leather and marbled boards. Page edges speckled. Ex-library. (2) Towler, J. The Silver

Lot: 280 - 29 volumes of Photograms of the Year.

[Photography] 29 volumes of Photograms of the Year. Multiple publishers. Includes the years: 1896, 1897, 1902, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1916 (x2), 1917-1918, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923 (x2), 1924, 1925 (x2), 1927, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1937, 1941, 1949,

Lot: 281 - 39 Plate Glass Negatives and 3 photos.

[Photography] 39 plate glass negatives of D.C. and other locations; photographic print of the capital; and 2 photos of the Printing Office. Majority of the plate glass negatives measure 8 1/2" x 10 1/4". Condition Negatives very good to near fine.

Lot: 282 - 4 Misc. Albumen Photographs. Framed. 19th c.

[Photography] 4 albumen photographs from the late 19th c. by unknown photographers. (1) Tattooed Japanese actor. c.1870s. Hand colored. (2) The Seine, Paris. c.1870-80. (3) Glacier des Bossons, Switzerland. c.1880s. (4) The Lion of Lucerne. c.1890s.

Lot: 283 - 7 Framed Albumen Photographs of Italy. 19th c.

[Photography] 7 large format albumen photographs of Italy from the late 19th c. (1) Sommer, Georgio. Catania,v Chiostro dei Benedettini. c.1870. (2) Street Scene. c.1880s. (3) Ponte del Sospiri e Ria di Cononicam Canal Bridge, Venice. c. 1880s. (4)

Lot: 284 - 81 Glass Plate Negatives of portraits & misc...

[Photography] 81 glass plate negatives of portraits, landscapes, and a working slaughterhouse. Condition Very good to near fine.

Lot: 285 - 106 glass plate negatives of the DC metro. area.

[Photography] Glass plate negatives of D.C., Virginia and West Virginia locations. Includes Alexandria, Martinsburg, Rock Creek Park, and Historic Virginia homes. 106 total. Condition Very good to near fine.

Lot: 286 - Stereoscope Viewer & 101 Slides in 2 boxes.

[Photography] Keystone View Company Stereoscope Viewer and 101 slides from the Stereographic Library. Viewer and slides housed in their own boxes, made to appear like books. Condition Good to very good. Boxes rubbed. Cards warped.

Lot: 287 - Stereoscope Viewer & 94 slides 2 boxes

[Photography] Keystone View Company Stereoscope Viewer and 94 slides from the Stereographic Library. Viewer and slides housed in their own boxes, made to appear like books. Condition Good to very good. Boxes rubbed. Cards warped.

Lot: 288 - Late 19th & early 20th c. handcolored photos of DC

[Photography] Late 19th & early 20th c. hand colored photos of Washington D.C. 11 total. Condition Very good to near fine.

Lot: 289 - Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of England/Wales.

[Photography] Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of England and Wales. 25 total. Includes works by Francis Bedford. Condition Very good to near fine.

Lot: 290 - 21 Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of Europe.

[Photography] Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of Europe. 21 total. Including 2 cyanotypes of Amsterdam Condition Very good to near fine.

Lot: 291 - 20 Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of Italy/Art.

[Photography] Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of Italy, ruins, and works of art. 20 total. Condition Very good to near fine.

Lot: 292 - Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of People/Nature.

[Photography] Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of people and nature. 14 total. Condition Very good to near fine.

Lot: 293 - 29 Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of Scotland.

[Photography] Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of Scotland. 29 total. Includes works by George Washington Wilson and James Valentine. Features castles, landscapes, lochs, etc... Condition Very good to near fine.

Lot: 294 - Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of DC Monuments.

[Photography] Late 19th & early 20th c. photos of Washington D.C. Monuments. 11 total. Condition Very good to near fine.

Lot: 295 - Annie Leibovitz. #4135/10,300

[Photography] Leibovitz, Annie. #4135/10,300. Signed and numbered by Leibovitz. Folio. 19.7" x 27.2". Hardcover in dustjacket featuring Patti Smith with 8 fold-outs. In original box. With plexiglass and metal tripod book stand designed by Marc

Lot: 296 - Mennie. Weale. The Pageant of Peking. 1922.

[Photography] Mennie, Donald [photographer] and introduction by Putnam Weale [Bertram Lenox Simpson]. The Pageant of Peking. A.S. Watson, Shanghai, 1922. 3rd edition. Folio. Black silk covered boards decorated with gilt; variant binding. Condition

Lot: 297 - L'Etude Academique. 2 vols. 1905-1908.

[Photography] Vignola, Amedee. L'Etude Academique: recueil de documents humains. Volumes 2 and 10. Librairie D'Art Technique, Paris, 1905-1906 and 1907-1908. 8vo. Red cloth binding with gilt cover and spine. Condition Very good. Covers scratched.

Lot: 298 - Philadelphia Photographer. Volume 6. 1869.

[Photography] Wilson, Edward, L. (editor). The Philadephia Photographer. Volume VI. Benerman & Wilson, Philadelphia, 1869. Large 8vo. Half black leather and textured boards. Gilt lettering and decoration on spine. Condition Good. Wear to binding

Lot: 299 - Amundsen. The South Pole. 1st US. Amundsen's copy.

[Antarctic] Amundsen, Roald. The South Pole. An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the "Fram", 1910-1912. Lee Keedick, New York, 1913. Translated from the Norwegian by A.G. Chater. Pencil inscription on front free endpaper

Lot: 300 - Nordenskjold. Antarctica. 1905.

[Antarctic] Nordenskjold, Otto and Joh. Gunnar Andersson. Antarctica, or Two Years Amongst the Ice of the South Pole. Translated Edwards Adam-Ray. MacMillan, New York, 1905. 8vo. xx, 608 p., large folding & 3 other maps, portrait frontispiece, 4

Lot: 301 - Taylor. With Scott: the Silver Lining. 1916. 1st.

[Antarctic] Taylor, Griffith. With Scott: The Silver Lining. Dodd, Mead & Co, New York, 1916. First American Edition. Includes Author’s preface. 8vo. Green pictorial cloth binding. All plates and maps present. Conrad, p.190. Rosove 324.A,

Lot: 302 - 2 Letters from India Missionaries. 1859-60.

[Travel/Exploration] 2 Letters from India Missionaries, Rev. Edward Chester (1828-1902) and his wife, Sophia. (1) Sophy Chester, to Miss Hibbard, Ship Como, Bay of Bengal, April 2nd, 1859. "From the specimen of natives that I saw this morning, I fear

Lot: 303 - 3 19th c. Manuscript travel diaries. 1842-97.

[Travel/Exploration] 3 19th century Manuscript travel diaries. (1) Carrie M. Stough. Diary of Canadian and European travels in the summer of 1888. Includes tales of the Royal Marines, the use of electricity in cities, and her visits to Paris, Venice,

Lot: 304 - 168 vols. The British Essayists and Poets. 1864-6.

[British Literature] 2 sets, 168 volumes total. Child, Francis J. The British Essayists and the British Poets. Little, Brown, and Co, Boston, 1864-66. One of only 100 copies on large paper. Small 8vo. 5 1/2" x 8". Condition Very good. Light wear to

Lot: 305 - H. W. Longfellow's Personal Side Chair. c.1843.

[Decorative Arts] Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Gothic Revival upholstered-back side chair. Abraham Kimball, Salem, 1842-1845. American black walnut with white pine secondary wood; red velvet upholstery (not original). H: 40", W: 16 5/8", D: 16 1/8",

Lot: 306 - 23 vols. Oxford English Dictionary. 1989-97.

[Dictionary] 23 volumes total. Includes: (1) Complete set of the Oxford English Dictionary, second edition. 1989. Hardcover with dust jacket. (2) 3 volumes, complete set of the Oxford English Dictionary Additions Series. Hardcover with dust jacket.

Lot: 307 - Calais Vals Laces sample book. 1916-1917.

[Dress History] Calais Vals Laces sample book. 1916-1917. Folio. 76 pages total. Lace sizes and widths vary. Condition Good to very good. Book disbound. Wear to pages. Toned commensurate with age. Lace very good.

Lot: 308 - Jules David. 2 fashion watercolors. 1874.

[Dress History] David, Jules (French, 1808-1892). Two 19th century watercolor fashion illustrations. Images: 10 1/2" x 8 1/2". Framed: 17 1/3" x 15 1/2". Both signed by David: (1) Written on verso: "1874. No 7. 2e Mo de Fevrier 14". (2) Written on

Lot: 309 - Group of Dress History items. Inc: Ladies Cabinet.

[Dress History] Group of 8 vols and 12 loose plates on 20th century fashion. Includes hand colored plates throughout. (1) The Ladies Cabinet of Fashion, Music & Romance. Volume VI. George Henderson, London, 1842. 18mo. Three quarter leather and

Lot: 310 - Matthaus Loder. Watercolor Costume Designs. c.1818

[Dress History] Loder, Matthaus (Austrian, 1781-1828). Group of nine playing card/costume designs. ca.1818. Watercolor and graphite. Five of nine signed "Matt Loder" in pencil on verso, possibly later hand. Sheet, each approx: 4 1/4" x 3". Support

Lot: 311 - Schreiber. Fan and Fan Leaves. 1890.

[Dress History] Schreiber, Charlotte. Fans and Fan Leaves: Foreign with 153 Illustrations. John Murray, London, 1890. Folio, 15" x 22". Half leather and red cloth, decorated in gilt. All plates present. Condition Good to very good. Boards detached.

Lot: 312 - Strauss. Ornament as Art. 2007. Signed.

[Dress History] Strauss, Cindi. Ornament as Art: Avant-Garde Jewelry from the Helen Williams Drutt Collection. Arnoldsche Art/Museum of Fine Arts, Stuttgart/Houston, 2007. 4to. Orange flocked binding with silvered lettering. Condition Near fine.

Lot: 313 - Paoletti Impronte. 68 cameos. Double sided. 1800s.

[Grand Tour] Paoletti Impronte. 68 plaster cameo pieces in a double sided book box. List corresponding to each piece are on the inside of each flap. Paoletti via della croce, 86, Roma written at the bottom of one of the lists. Paoletti Impronte Gemme

Lot: 314 - 2 vols on Military History. Incl: Napoleon.

[History] 2 volumes on military history. (1) Temple-Leader, John and Giuseppe Marcotti. Sir John Hawkwood: Story of a Condottiere. T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1889. 4to. Blue cloth binding with title in gilt. #20/500. Signed by Unwin. (2) Bowden, Scott.

Lot: 315 - 3 vols on Military History and Tactics. 1781-1825.

[History] 3 volumes on military history and tactics. (1) Williamson, John. The Elements of Military Arrangement; Comprehending the Tactick, Exercise, Manoevres; and Discipline of the British Infantry. Printed for the Author, London, 1781. First

Lot: 316 - Declaration of Independence engraving early 1800s.

[History] Eleazer Huntington Declaration of Independence engraving. ca. 1820s. Framed: 25 1/2" x 20 1/2". Condition Under glass, not examined out of frame. Toned with age. Damp staining to upper left and bottom edge. Tear on upper right. A few holes.

Lot: 317 - 9 vols History of England by Hume. Bowyer. 1806.

[History] Hume, David. The History of England. T. Bensley for R. Bowyer, London, 1806. Elephant Folio. Missing volume 8. Full leather binding with gilding and marbled paper edges. Condition Good. Binding in poor condition, with covers detached. Pages

Lot: 318 - History of the American Revolution. Lendrum. 1795.

[History] Lendrum, John. A Concise and Impartial History of the American Revolution. To which is prefixed, A General History of North and South America. Together with An Account of the Discovery and Settlement of North America, and a view of the

Lot: 319 - WWII Operation Bernhard Forged Fifty Pound Note.

[History] Operation Bernhard Forged Bank of England Fifty Pound note, dated July 20, 1934. Found during German Magazine, Der Stern's, expedition in Lake Toplitz on July 27th, 1959. Printed by the Nazis before WWII as an attempt to destabilize the

Lot: 320 - 10 vols. Winston Churchill. 1897-1963.

[History] Spencer-Churchill, Winston Leonard. (1) 2 volumes of Winston Churchill’s works. Including: The World Crisis, The Aftermath. 8vo. Burgundy cloth with gilt lettering. (2) 8 volumes: the complete set of Winston S. Churchill His Complete

Lot: 321 - 3 vols. Les Oeuvres d'Euclide. Peyard. 1814-1818.

[Literature in translation] Euclide; Peyard, F. (translator). Les Oeuvres d'Euclide en grec, en latin et en français, d'après un manuscrit très ancien qui était resté inconnu jusqu'à nos jours. 3 vols. M. Patris, Paris,

Lot: 322 - Panckoucke. Bibliotheque Latine-Francaise. 1825-37

[Literature in Translation] Panckoucke, C.L.F. Bibliotheque Latine-Francaise. 158 volumes of 178. Panckoucke, Paris, 1825-37. Small 8vo. Red boards with black text and decoration. Missing Virgil vol 1, Livy vols 12-17. Condition Very good. Several

Lot: 323 - The New Grove Dictionary and Music and Musicians.

[Music Reference] The New Grove Dictionary and Music and Musicians. 29 Vols. Second Edition. Edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrell. Oxford University Press, New York, 2001. 4to. Cloth. This edition is a complete revision and expansion of the first

Lot: 324 - Grinnell. Hunting and Conservation. 1925.

[Natural World] Grinnell, George Bird and Charles Sheldon, editors. Hunting and Conservation: The Book of the Boone and Crockett Club. Yale University Press, New Haven, 1925. FIrst Edition. 8vo. xv,[2],548pp. Double-page photographic frontis plate

Lot: 325 - The Evening Star. 153 issues. 1873.

[Newspapers] The Evening Star. Washington D.C. Newspaper. Vol. 41, No. 6174, January 1, 1873 through June 3, 1873, No. 6327. 153 issues. 22 inches tall, bound in early marbled boards and leather corners, later cloth back. March 4, issues mention

Lot: 326 - Bucke. Cosmic Consciousness. 1905.

[Psychology] Bucke, Richard. Cosmic Consciousness: A study in the Evolution of the Human Mind. 1905 Edition. Innes & Sons. Facsimile signature under frontispiece. 8vo. Tan cloth with paper label on spine. Condition Good. Boards partially

Lot: 327 - Group of 118 Gum and misc cards. Incl: Dick Tracy.

[Ephemera] Group of 118 Gum and misc cards. Includes: Dick Tracy (x12), Pirates Picture (x12), Goudy Gum license plates (x3), Indian Chewing Gum (x13), Jungle Chewing Gum (x5), Unknown animal cards (x6), Unknown military/WWII (x34), Unknown

Lot: 328 - Group of 40 G-Men Gum Cards.

[Ephemera] Group of 40 G-Men & Heroes of the Law Gum Cards. Includes some duplicates. Includes #'s: 11, 17, 22, 29, 32, 44, 49 (x2), 50 (x2), 51, 56, 57 (x2), 58, 64, 66, 76, 79, 80, 83 (x2), 84, 89, 98, 100, 101 (x2), 103 (x2), 107, 117, 119,

Lot: 329 - Group of 8 Big League Chewing Gum Cards.

[Ephemera] Group of 8 Big League Chewing Gum Cards. Plus 1 misc Rick Ferrell card. Includes Herold "Muddy" Ruel, Roy Johnson, Dave Harris, Jackie Warner, Hazen "Ki-Ki' Cuyler, "Pepper Martin, and Henry Johnson (x2). Condition Good. Toned commensurate

Lot: 330 - After Rembrandt. The Goldweigher. ca early 19th c.

[Prints] Baillie, William [Captain] (Irish, 1723-1818). After Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669). "Jan Uytenbogaert, The Goldweigher". ca. early 19th century. Restrike etching on laid paper. Signed and dated by Rembrandt in the plate, l.l. William

Lot: 331 - After Beechey. Queen Charlotte, King George. 1804.

[Prints] After Sir. William Beechey, RA (British, 1753-1839). Engraved by Thomas Ryder (British, 1746-1810). Pair of hand-colored engravings. Published by J & J Boydell, London, 1814. (1) "Her Most Gracious Majesty, Queen Charlotte." (2) "His

Lot: 332 - Cornelis Bega. Group of 17 etchings. 18th c.

[Prints] Bega, Cornelis (Dutch, 1631-1664). Group of 17 etchings including The Peasant at a Window ++ Peasant Group ++ The Lovers (two copies) ++ The Drinker ++ The Mother ++ A Young Tavern Keeper Caressed by an Elderly Peasant among others. 18th

Lot: 333 - Stefano della Bella. A Gale in a Forest. 1646.

[Prints] Bella, Stefano della (Italian, 1610-1664). "A Gale in a Forest" [or Landscape Near Rome with Two Horsemen]. 1646. Etching. State IV/IV. From the series "Roman landscapes and ruins". Published by Pierre Mariette, Paris. De Vesme 821. Framed:

Lot: 334 - Stefano della Bella. Four studies. ca. 1645-1650.

[Prints] Bella, Stefano della (Italian, 1610-1664). Group of four etchings. ca. 1645-1650. (1) Head Studies. State IV/IV. De Vesme 403. (2) Three Horsemen. State III/IV. De Vesme 463. (3) Profile of a Polish Man. State III/IV. De Vesme 391. (4)

Lot: 335 - After Blake. Blair. The Grave. 2 Engravings. 1813.

[Prints] After William Blake (British, 1757-1827). Engraved by Louis Schiavonetti (Italian, 1765-1810). Two engravings from "The Grave, A Poem. By Robert Blair. Illustrated By Twelve Etchings Executed From Original Designs. To Which Is Added A Life

Lot: 336 - Hans Burgkmair. From Der Weisskunig. 1775.

[Prints] Burgkmair, Hans (German, 1473-1531). Plate 86 and Plate 116 from "Der Weisskunig". 1775. Woodcuts on laid paper. Der Weisskunig was a chivalric novel and thinly disguised biography of Emperor Maximilian I featuring 251 woodcuts made between

Lot: 337 - After Callot. La Noblesse (Lieure 549-560).

[Prints] After Jacques Callot (French, 1592-1635). "La Noblesse." (Lieure 549-560). ca. late 18th c. The complete set of 12 etchings. Framed: 22" x 19 3/4". Provenance River Valley Auction: June 7, 2014, Lot 1027. Condition Laid down to board; each

Lot: 338 - 10 Plates. Publii Virgilii Maronis Opera. 1658.

[Prints] After Francis Cleyn (German, 1582-1658). 10 plates from "Publii Virgilii Maronis Opera per Johannem Ogilvium edita et sculpturis aeneis adornata." 1658. Etchings and engravings by Pierre Lombart, William Faithorne, Wenceslaus Hollar, and W.

Lot: 339 - Charles-Francois Daubigny. Group of 8 prints.

[Prints] Daubigny, Charles-Francois (French, 1817-1878). Eight etchings. (1) "Soleil Couchant". 1859. Etching in black ink on chine-colle. Printed by Delatre, Paris; published by Gazette Des Beaux-Arts. Signed and dated in the plate, l.l. Sheet: 7" x

Lot: 340 - After Albrecht Durer. Saint Eustace. ca. 16th c.

[Prints] After Albrecht Durer (German, 1471-1528). "Saint Eustace" [mirrored copy]. ca. 16th century. Etching. Durer's monogram [plus added letters 'GH'] printed in the plate, l.c. Bartsch 57 Thausing I.228 Strauss 34. Framed: 20 3/4" x 16 3/4".

Lot: 341 - Durer. Christ Carrying the Cross. Woodcut. 1511.

[Prints] Durer, Albrecht (German, 1471-1528). "Christ Carrying the Cross." From "The Large Passion" series. 1511 text edition. Woodcut on laid paper. Monogram, l.c. Meder 119. Framed: 24 1/2" x 20 1/4". Sheet: 15 3/8" x 11 1/8". Condition Very good

Lot: 342 - James Gillray. A Decent Story. 1795.

[Prints] Gillray, James (British, 1756-1815). "A Decent Story." 1795. Hand-colored copper plate engraving. Published by H. Humphrey, London. Sheet: 9 3/4" x 12 1/8". Image: 8 7/8" x 11 11/16". Condition Very good. 1/4" closed tear to upper left

Lot: 343 - Francisco de Goya. Le Petit Prisonnier. ca. 1810.

[Prints] Goya, Francisco de (Spanish, 1746-1828). "Le Petit Prisonnier". 1867. Etching on wove paper. Posthumous edition published in Gazette des Beaux-Arts. Printed by Delatre, Paris. Framed: Plate: 4 1/4" x 3 3/8". Condition Near fine. Under glass.

Lot: 344 - Fore's National Sports. Racing. 4 Plates.

[Prints] After J.F. Herring (British, 1795-1865). Hand colored etching and aquatint engraved by John II Harris (British, ca.1791-1873). All signed in the plate, l.r. Horses names written in in pencil, lower margin. Fore's National Sports. Racing -

Lot: 345 - Augustin Hirschvogel. Three Etchings. ca.1550.

[Prints] Hirschvogel, Augustin (German, 1503-1553). Group of three etchings. ca.1550. Later impressions. (1) "The Rival Sacrifices of Elijah and The Priests." Matth 18c. (2) "The Agony in the Garden." Matth 26d. (3) "Balaam's Prophecy." Matth 2b.

Lot: 346 - Pair of Hogarth Prints. O Roast Beef, Strolling.

[Prints] Hogarth, William (British, 1697 - 1764). Copper plate engravings and etchings on wove paper. (1) "Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn." 1738. At lower left: "By a Company of Comedians from The Theatres at London at the GEORGE INN This

Lot: 347 - Hogarth. A Midnight Modern Conversation. c. 1732.

[Prints] Hogarth, William (British, 1697-1764). "A Midnight Modern Conversation." ca. 1732. Copper plate engraving and etching. Framed: 21" X 26". Plate: 13 5/8" x 18 5/8". Condition Under glass, not examined out of frame. Sight condition very good

Lot: 348 - Hogarth. Marriage a La Mode. 1745.

[Prints] Hogarth, William (British, 1697-1764). "Marriage a La Mode." 1745. Set of six copper plate engravings. Plates I and VI engraved by Gerard Jean-Baptiste Scotin. Plates II and III engraved by B. Baron; Plate IV engraved by Simon Francis

Lot: 349 - Hogarth. The Five Orders of Perriwigs. 1822.

[Prints] Hogarth, William (British, 1697-1764). "The Five Orders of Perriwigs as they were Worn at the Late Coronation Measured Architectomically." 1822 Heath Edition. Engraving and etching. Published by William Heath, London. Plate: 11 15/16 x 8

Lot: 350 - Hogarth. Group of 15 prints. 1822 Heath Edition.

[Prints] Hogarth, William (British, 1697-1764). 15 prints from the original plates published in the 1822 Heath Edition. Copper plate engravings and etchings on wove paper. ++ Don Quixote series. (1) Don Quixote seizes the Barber’ Bason for

Lot: 351 - Hogarth. Group of 16 Prints. ca. 1733-1822.

[Prints] Hogarth, William (British, 1697-1764). Group of Prints. Copper plate engravings and etchings on wove paper. ++ "Four Stages of Cruelty." 1822 Heath Edition. The complete set of four plates. (1) First Stage of Cruelty. (2) Second Stage of

Lot: 352 - Merigot. Views and Ruins of Rome. 16 plates. 1797.

[Prints] Merigot, James (France, 1760-1824). Sixteen aquatints. From " A Select Collection of Views and Ruins of Rome and its Vicinity. Recently executed from drawings made upon the spot." London: 1797. First edition. Abbey 178 (later 1819 edition).

Lot: 353 - Charles Meryon. Pont-au-Change, Paris. 1854.

[Prints] Méryon, Charles (French, 1821-1868). "Pont-au-Change, Paris." 1854. Etching on cream laid paper with HP crest watermark. Fifth or sixth state. DW 34. Image: 5 3/8" x 12 5/8". Sheet: 5 13/16" x 12 15/16". Condition Very good. Light

Lot: 354 - Adriaen van Ostade. 2 etchings. 1672 & ca. 1684.

[Prints] Ostade, Adriaen van (Dutch, 1610-1695). Two etchings on laid paper ++ "A Peasant Leaning on his Doorway." 1672. State II of IV. Signed in the plate, left center. Bartsch 9; Godefroy 9. Sheet: 4 1/8" x 3 9/16". ++ "The Woman Winding Wool Upon

Lot: 355 - Piranesi. Veduta della Gran Curia... ca. 1752.

[Prints] Piranesi, Giovanni Batista (Italian, 1720-1778). Veduta della Gran Curia Innocenziana. ca. 1752. Etching, engraving, and drypoint on thick wove paper. Sheet: 20" x 29 1/4". Plate: 15 7/8" x 24 1/4". Condition Near fine. With usual

Lot: 356 - Giovanni Piranesi. Colonna Trajana. 1778-1792.

[Prints] Piranesi, Giovanni Battista (Italian, 1720-1778). "Colonna Trajana" [Trajan's Column]. 1778-1792. Plate 713 from "Vedute di Roma." Engraving. Ficacci 888. Framed: 31 1/4" x 25 1/4". Condition Toned throughout. Scattered abrasions and wear.

Lot: 357 - Piranesi. Iscrizione dalle Camere... ca. 1756.

[Prints] Piranesi, Giovanni Battista (Italian, 1720-1778). "Iscrizione dalle Camere Sepolcrali dei Liberti e della Famiglia di L. Arrunzio." ca. 1756-1757. Etching on thick laid paper. From "Le Antichita Romane, tome 2" published by Angelo Rotili,

Lot: 358 - Piranesi. Veduta degli Avanzi delle Fabbriche...

[Prints] Piranesi, Giovanni Battista (Italian, 1720-1778). (1) "Veduta degli Avanzi delle Fabbriche del Secondo Piano delle Terme di Tito". ca.mid to late 18th century. Plate 42 from a posthumous Paris Edition of "Vedutedi Roma disegnate ed incise da

Lot: 359 - After Rembrandt. St. Peter in Penitence. ca18th c.

[Prints] After Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669). "St. Peter in Penitence." Etching on laid paper with crowned shield "AM" watermark. ca. 18th century. Signed and dated in the plate, l.r. Sheet: 5 1/16" x 4 1/4". Condition Very good +. Trimmed to the

Lot: 360 - Rembrandt. Old Man Seated, With a Beard, Fur Cap..

[Prints] After Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669). "Old Man Seated, With a Beard, Fur Cap, & Velvet Cloak." c. 18th century. Etching on laid paper. Bartsch 262 H 92. Sheet: 5 3/4" x 5 1/8". Condition Very good +. Trimmed to platemark;

Lot: 361 - After Rembrandt. Self-portrait. ca. 18th c.

[Prints] After Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669). "Self Portrait Wearing a Soft Cap." ca. 18th century. Etching on laid paper. Mat: 6 1/16" x 4 3/4". Sheet: 2 7/16" x 2 3/16". Plate: 2 5/16" x 1 7/8". Condition Very good. Damp stains to image;

Lot: 362 - Rembrandt. Cottage with a White Paling. 1648.

[Prints] Rijn, Rembrandt van (Dutch, 1606-1669). "Cottage with a White Paling." 1648. Etching with drypoint on laid paper. Third State. Signed in the plate, l.l. Hollstein 232. Sheet: 5 1/2" x 6 5/8". Provenance Clars Auction Gallery September 2016:

Lot: 363 - Rembrandt. Old Woman Sleeping. ca. 1635.

[Prints] Rijn, Rembrandt van (Dutch, 1606-1669). "Old Woman Sleeping." ca. 1635/7. Etching with drypoint on laid paper. Single state. Sheet: 2 11/16" x 2 1/8". Provenance Phillips, London: June 1994. Condition Very good +. Laid down to archival

Lot: 364 - Rembrandt. Christ Healing the Sick. ca. 17th c.

[Prints] Rijn, Rembrandt van (Dutch, 1606-1669). "The Hundred Guilder Print" [or Christ Healing the Sick]. ca. 17th century. Etching with drypoint on heavy laid paper. Second State. Bartsch 74. Sheet: 11 3/8" x 15 3/4". Provenance Quinn's Auction

Lot: 365 - Lady Washington's Reception. Hand-colored Engr.

[Prints] Ritchie, Alexander Hay (American, 1822-1895). "Lady Washington's Reception". 1867. Engraving with hand-coloring after a painting by Daniel Huntington (American, 1816-1906). Framed: 31 1/2" x 43 1/2". Plate: 24" x 36". Condition Under glass,

Lot: 366 - Schenck. Lithograph. View of Capitoline Hill.

[Prints] Schenck, Peter (German 1660-1711). Also known as Petrus Schenck. View of Capitoline Hill, Roma. Lithograph. Framed: 31 1/2" x 35 1/2". Condition Under glass, not examined out of frame. Sight condition: good. Evidence of repairs.

Lot: 367 - P. Subleyras. Christ in the House of Simon. 1738.

[Prints] Subleyras, Pierre Hubert (French, 1699-1749). "Le Christ et la pécheresse dans la maison de Simon". 1738. Engraving. Robert-Dumesnil, 3. Plate: 9 5/8" x 20". Sheet: 11 11/16" x 25 3/4". Condition Good. Toning and scattered foxing;

Lot: 368 - Wolf Traut. From Maximilian's Arch. ca. 16th c.

[Prints] Traut, Wolf (c.1485-1520). From The Triumphal Arch of Emperor Maximilian I. "Liberation of Naples." ca. 16th century. Woodcut and letterpress. Designed by Albrecht Durer; printed by Hieronymous Andreae. Sheet: 8 11/16" x 5 7/8". Matted: 18"

Lot: 369 - Wolf Traut. From Maximilian's Arch. ca. 1520.

[Prints] Traut, Wolf (ca.1485-1520). From The Triumphal Arch of Emperor Maximilian I. "Battle for Liege." c. 1520. Woodcut and letterpress. Designed by Albrecht Durer; Latin prose by Benedictus Chelidonius; printed by Hieronymus Andreae. Meder 1932

Lot: 370 - Turner. Dumblain Abbey + Brougham Castle. 19th c.

[Prints] Turner, Joseph Mallord William RA (Britain, 1775-1855). "Dumblain Abbey, Scotland" [From the Liber Studiorum]. January 1, 1816. Etching and mezzotint. I of III states. Engraved by Thomas Lupton (British, 1791-1873). F 56. Framed: 19 1/2" x

Lot: 371 - Johannes van Vliet. 13 Prints from Beggars. 1632.

[Prints] Vliet, Johannes van (Dutch, b. c. 1610). Group of 13 etchings. "The Beggars." 1632. Includes title page and 8/10 prints plus 4 duplicates. All signed in the plate. Plates: about 3 3/4" x 2 1/2". Condition Very good. All but five trimmed to

Lot: 372 - 10 vols. Incl: Moran. Escher. Clark.

[Art Reference] 10 Titles. Hardcover but one, v.d. (1). Brigham Paul Revere’s Engravings. (2) Bool MC. Escher. (3) Morand. Prints of Thomas Moran. (4) Morand. Thomas Moran: The Field Sketches 1856-1923. (5) Fern. The Drawings and Watercolors of

Lot: 373 - 10 vols. Old Masters. Incl: Le Peintre Graveur.

[Art Reference] 10 volumes 2 titles. old Masters Catalogue raisonnes. Includes: (1-7) La Peintre-Graveur Francais, ou Catalogue Raisonnes de Estampes. Reimpression F. de Nobele, Paris, 1967.12 volumes in 7, complete. Condition Near fine.

Lot: 374 - 12 vols. Caricatures. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 11 titles, 12 volumes. Catalogue Raisonnes of caricatures. Includes Hogarth, Daumier, Leech, Rowlandson, and Cruickshank.

Lot: 375 - 11 vols. British Printmakers.

[Art Reference] 11 Titles. 8vo/4to, v.d. Hardcover except last four listed. (1) Lister. Edward Calvert. (2) Lister, Samuel Palmer & his Etchings. (3) Peacock. Samuel Palmer. (4) Godfrey. Printmaking in Britain. (5) Wedmore. Etching in England.

Lot: 376 - 11 vols. Rembrandt. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 11 volumes. Rembrandt Catalogue Raisonnes. Including: (1) Hind, Arthur M. Rembrandt's Etchings. Vol 1 only. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1912. Blue cloth. (2) Biorklund, George. Rembrandt's Etchings True and False.

Lot: 377 - 12 vols. Japanese Prints & Japonisme.

[Art Reference] 12 Titles, First four hardcover, v.d. (1) Meech. Japonisme Comes to America. (2) Wichmann. Japonisme. (3) von Seidlitz. History of Japanese Colour Prints. (4-5) 2 copies of Bertha Lum, one exlibrary in hardcover. (6-9) Catalogs on

Lot: 378 - 12 vols. French Artists. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 12 Titles. Hardcover but first listed. 8vo/4to, v.d. (1) Bittler. Catalogue des dessins de Gustave Moreau. (2) Kornfeld. Catalogue Raisonne de l’Oeuvre Grave et Lithographie de Paul Signac. (3) Ingres Centennial Exhibition. (4)

Lot: 379 - 13 vols. British Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 13 Titles. Hardcover unless noted, 4to, v.d. (1) Bloomberg. Walter Sickert Prints. (2) Sickert. Pages Torn from the Book of Life. Softcover. (3) Walter Sickert Printmaker. Softcover. (4) Webster. Frances Wheatley. (5) Evans. John Kay

Lot: 380 - 14 vols. Durer and Schongauer.

[Art Reference] 14 volumes, 10 titles. Durer and Schongauer catalogue raisonnes. Includes: (1) Meder, Joseph. Durer-Katalog. Gilhofer & Ranschburg, Wien, 1932. (2) Scheller, Robert W. and Karel G. Boon. The Graphic Art of Albrecht Durer, Hans

Lot: 381 - 14 vols. Incl: Fine Prints of the Year, 1925-37.

[Art Reference] 14 volumes. Including: (1-11) Salaman, Michael C. Fine Prints of the Year. Halton & Truscott Smith/Minton, Balch & Company, London/New York, 1925-31, 1933-37. Condition Good to very good.

Lot: 382 - 15 vols. Incl: Catalogue Rasionnes. Ostade.

[Art Reference] 15 Catalogs and Books, hardcover and soft, v.d. (1) Pelletier. Adriaen van Ostade. (2) Godefroy. L’Oeuvre Grave de Adriaen Van Ostade. (3) Franken. L’Oeuvre Grave de Van de Passe. (4) Bellini L’Opera Incisa di Giovanni

Lot: 383 - 15 vols. Catalogue Rasionnes Photocopies.

[Art Reference] 15 Photocopies. Mostly 4to. Includes: Forteny, Besnard, Raffaelli, Debucourt, Ingres & Delacroix, Lhermitte, Legrand, Piranesi, Bonington, Renoir, Lalane, Derain, Cassatt, Cole, and Charpentier. Condition Good to very good.

Lot: 384 - 17 vols. Incl: Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 17 Catalouges & Books. Various bindings, v.d. German expressionist prints, Italian Prints, Bonnard, Medical Art, Gustave Moreau, Ingres, Color etching in France, others. Condition Fair - very good. Sold with all faults.

Lot: 385 - 17 vols. French Printmaking.

[Art Reference] 17 Titles. 4to, v.d. Montmartre Avant-Garde, Bottini, Le Chat Noir, Auriol, Toulouse Lautrec, Serusier, Maufra, posters (including Dutch and Belgian). Condition Very good or better.

Lot: 386 - 18 vols. Old Master Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 18 Catalogues. 8vo/4to, various bindings, v.d. Overviews, and specific artists including Van Dyke, Raphael, Hondius, Morin, Gericault, Coorot, GhisiMarieschi, Carracci, Zocchi. Condition Good to very good, some bindings compromised.

Lot: 387 - 18 vols Old Masters. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 18 Titles. 15th - 18th century, softcover, Northern Europe, Italy, Germany, Holland, mostly exhibition catalogues. Condition Good to very good.

Lot: 388 - 15 vols. Old Masters.

[Art Reference] 2 Catalogues, 15 Volumes. NY: Collector Reprints, cloth. Mostly 8vo. (1) Max Lehrs. Geschichte und Kritischer Katalog des Deutschen, Niederlandischen und Franzosischen Kupferstichs im XV.Jahrhundert. History and Critical Catalog of

Lot: 389 - 9 vols. Incl: Le Peintre-Graveur.

[Art Reference] 2 Titles (9 Vols), 8vo. ++ (1) J. D. Passavant. Le Peintre-Graveur. 6 Vols. Leipsic, 1860-1864, Leather back & marbled boards. (2) Schreiber. Manuel de L’Amateur de la Gravure Sur Bois et Sur Metal XV Siecle. 3 Vols. Half

Lot: 390 - 2 titles, 3 vols. Hendrick Goltzius. Works of.

[Art Reference] 2 titles, 3 volumes. (1) Hirschmann, Verzeichnis des Graphischen Werks von Hendrick Goltzius, 1558-1617. Von Klinkhardt & Biermann, Brunswick, 1976. 8vo. Grey boards. in textured grey dust jacket. (2-3) Strauss, Walter L. Hendrick

Lot: 391 - 2 Titles, 3 vols. Stefano Della Bella. C.Rs.

[Art Reference] 2 titles, 3 volumes. (1-2) de Vesme, Axensandre and Phyllis Bearborn Massar. Stefano Della Bella. 2 vols. Collectors Editions Ltd, New York, 1971. Large 8vo. Grey cloth binding. (3) Ortolani, Tiziano. Stefano Della Bella aggiornamento

Lot: 392 - 4 vols. Rembrandt. Catalogue Raisonne.

[Art Reference] 2 titles, 4 volumes. Rembrandt Catalogue Raisonnes. Includes: (1-2) Munz, Ludwig, Rembrandt's Etchings. 2 vols. Phaidon Press, London, 1952. (3-4) White, Christopher and Karel G. Boon. Rembrandt's Etchings. 2 volumes. Van Gendt &

Lot: 393 - 2 vols. Old Masters. Incl: van Dyck. Durer.

[Art Reference] 2 volumes. Old Master Catalogue Raisonnes. (1) Wibiral, Franz.. L’Iconographie d’Antoine van Dyck. 1877. (2) Meder, Joseph. Durer Katalog. 1932. Condition Good to very good. Wear to bindings.

Lot: 394 - 23 vols. Nagler. Kunstler-Lexicon. 1835

[Art Reference] 23 volumes. Nagler, G.K. Neues Allgemeines Kunstler-Lexicon oder Nachrichten von dem LEben und den Werken. E.A. Fleischmann, Munchen, 1835. 8vo. Quarter leather and marbled boards. Page edges marbled. Volume Witsen-Zyx has speckled

Lot: 395 - 28 vols. Whistler. Catalogue Raisonnes & Catalogs.

[Art Reference] 28 volumes. James McNeil Whistler. Catalogue Raisonnes and auction catalogues. Includes: (1) Kennedy, Edward G. The Etched Work of Whistler. Alan Wofsy, San Francisco, 1978. (2) Mansfield, Howard. A Descriptive Catalogue of the

Lot: 396 - 15 vols. Art Reference.

[Art Reference] 3 Titles (15 Vols). 8vo. Hardcover. (1) Benezit. Dictionnaire...Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs. 8 Vols. 1966. (2) von Wurzbach. Niederlandisches Kunstler Lexikon. 2 Vols. 1968. (3) Nagler. Die Monogrammisten. 5 Vols.

Lot: 397 - 4 vols. French Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 3 Titles, 4 volumes. French printmaker catalogue raisonnes. Includes: (1) Godefroy, Louis. L'Oeuvre Grave de Jean-Emile Laboureur. Chez L'Auteur, Paris, 1929. (2) Frelaut, Denise. L'oeuvre Grave de Jean Frelaut. La Bibliotheque des

Lot: 398 - 4 vols. German Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 3 titles, 4 volumes. German printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes. Includes (1) Schiefler, Gustav. Emil Nolde Das Graphisches Werk. Verlag M. DuMont Schauberg, Koln, 1967. In 2 dust jackets. (2) Ackley, Clifford S, Timothy O. Benson,

Lot: 399 - 9 vols. Old Master Printmakers.

[Art Reference] 3 titles, 9 volumes. Including: (1-5) Dutuit, Eugene. Manuel de L'Amateur D'Estampes. G.W. Hissink & Co, Amsterdam, 1970. (6-7) Dodgson, Campbell. Catalogue of Early German and Flemish Woodcuts. Quarto Press, London, 1980. (8-9)

Lot: 400 - 3 vols. Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 3 Titles. (1) Emil Waldmann. Max Slevogt. Berlin, 1923. Illustrated boards, cloth spine. With With original etched self-portrait. (2) Klipstein. Graphic Work of Kathe Kollwitz. NY: 1955. Cloth. (3) Ingrid Rose. Drewes: A Catalogue

Lot: 401 - 3 vols. French Printmakers. Catalogue Rasionnes.

[Art Reference] 3 Titles. Folio. (1). Emmanuel de Bocher. Les Gravures Francaises du XVIIIe Siecle of Catalogue Raisonne… Jean Baptiste Simeon Chardin. Paris: Librairie des Bibliophiles, 1876. 128pp. Later half leather. (2) Louis Gonse.

Lot: 402 - 3 vols. Catalogue Raisonnes. Incl: Pennell. Hassam

[Art Reference] 3 vols. Catalogue Raisonnes. (1) Pennell, Joseph and Robins. Lithography and Lithographers. T Fisher Unwin, London, 1898. Folio. (2) Das Radierte Werk von Ferdinand Schmutzer. Fritz Mandel, Wien, 1922. With lithograph frontispiece.

Lot: 403 - 3 vols. British Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 3 Volumes. British printmakers. Includes: (1) Hardie, Martin. The Etched Work of W. Lee-Hankey, R.E. From 1904-1920. L.H. Lefevre & Son, London, n.d. #197/350. (2) Schneiderman, Richard S. Sir Francis Seymour Haden Catalogue

Lot: 404 - 3 vols. German Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 3 volumes. German printmaker catalogue raisonnes. Includes: (1) Schiefler, Gustav. Max Liebermann: Sein Graphisches Werk 1876-1923. Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, San Francisco, 1991. (2) Schwarz, Karl. The Graphic Work of Lovis Corinth. Alan

Lot: 405 - 33 vols. Catalogue Raisonnes & art reference.

[Art Reference] 33 Catalogues & Books, various bindings, v.d. Condition Fair to very good, sold as is.

Lot: 406 - 5 vols. Old Masters. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 4 titles, 5 volumes. Old Masters. Including: (1-2) Petitjean, Ch. and Ch. Wickert. Robert Nanteuil. 2 volumes. Loys Deltiel and Maurice le Garrec, Paris, 1925. Prints loose in solander case. (3) Bonnefoit, Regine. Johann Wilhem Bauer.

Lot: 407 - 6 vols. Piranesi Catalogue Raisonnes. Inc: Ely.

[Art Reference] 4 Titles, 5 volumes. Piranesi Catalogue Raisonnes. Includes: (1-2) Wilton-Ely, John. Piranesi The Complete Etchings. 2 vols. Alan Wofsy, San Francisco, 1994. (3) Robison, Andrew. Piranesi: Early Architectual Fantasies. National

Lot: 408 - 4 volumes. Joseph Pennell Catalogues.

[Art Reference] 4 Titles. 4to, one folio, hardcover. (1) Wuerth. Catalogue of the Lithographs of Joseph Pennell. 1931. One of 400. (2) Wuerth. Catalogue of the Etchings of Joseph Pennill. 1928. One of 450. With original etched frontispiece. (3) Our

Lot: 409 - 4 vols. American Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 4 volumes. American printmaker catalogue raisonnes. Including: John Taylor Arms, Lyonel Feininger, Childe Hassam, John Sloan. Condition Good. Wear to exteriors/djs/slipcase.

Lot: 410 - 4 vols. British Printmakers. 2 signed.

[Art Reference] 4 Volumes. British Printmakers. Includes: (1) Salaman, Malcolm C. The Etchings of James McBey. Halton & Truscott Smith/Minton, Balch, London/New York, 1929. Signed frontispiece etching on blue paper, "Barcarolle". (2) Curtis,

Lot: 411 - 4 vols. European Printmakers. Incl: Chagall, Sgd.

[Art Reference] 4 volumes. European printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes. Includes: (1) Kornfeld, Eberhard W. Marc Chagall. Band I: Werke 1922-1966. Kornfeld and Klipstein, Bern, 1970. 1 of 1500 in German. Signed by Chagall below frontispiece. (2) Miro

Lot: 412 - 4 vols. French Printmakers. Incl: Boucher, Bejot.

[Art Reference] 4 volumes. French Printmaker Catalgoue Raisonnes. Includes: (1) Guimbaud, Louis. Saint-Non Et Fragonard. Le Goupy, Paris, 1928. #710/975. (2) Jean-Richard, Pierrette. L'Oeuvre grave de Francois Boucher. Editions des Musees Nationaux,

Lot: 413 - 4 vols. French Printmakers Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 4 volumes. French Printmakers Catalogue Raisonnes. Includes (1) Marchesseau, Daniel. Marie Laurencin Catalogue Raisonne de L'oeuvre Grave. Kyuryudo, Tokyo, 1981. (2) Roger-Marx, Claude. L'oeuvre Grave de Vuillard. Andre Sauret,

Lot: 414 - 40 vols. American Printmakers.

[Art Reference] 40 volumes, all but one softcover, few photocopies. Geerlings, Brockhurst, ,Weir, Twachtman, Dow, Sandzen, DeMartelly, Schrag, New Mexico printmakers, Hassam, WPA Artwork, Bishop, Cadmus, Curry, Wood, Mexican prints, Johna, others.

Lot: 415 - 40 vols. French Printmakers.

[Art Reference] 40 volumes, all but two softcover. Rodin, Forain, Laboureur, Emile Bernard, Renoir, Villon, Granet, Robbe, Camille Pissaro (1 photocopy), Braqcquemond, Vernet, Manet, Lalanne, Denis, Dumont, Appian, Seguin, Degas, Fragonard, others.

Lot: 416 - 47 vols. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 47 Catalogues, each in wraps, 8vo - 4to. Condition Overall very good.

Lot: 417 - 6 vols. French Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 5 Titles (6 Vols). 4to/Folio. Hardcover in dj, v.d. (1). Guerin. J. L. Forain Lithographe. 2 Vols. (2) Boouillon. Bracquemond.Le Realisme Absolut. Oeuvre Grave 1849-1895 Catalogue Raisonne. (3) Janis. Degas Monotypes: Essay, Catalogue

Lot: 418 - 6 vols. Toulouse-Lautrec. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 5 Titles, 6 volumes. Toulouse-Lautrec Catalogue Rasionnes. Condition Good . Bindings and dust jackets worn. Interiors toned commensurate with age.

Lot: 419 - 5 vols. European Printmakers. Incl: Zorn, Klee.

[Art Reference] 5 volumes European printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes. Includes: (1) Brummer, Hans Henrik. Zorn: Engravings A Complete Catalogue. Hjert & Hjert, Uppsala, Sweden, 1980. (2) Timm, Werner. Edvard Munch Graphik. Henschelverlag Kunst und

Lot: 420 - 5 vols. American Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 5 volumes. American Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes. Includes: Louis Lozowick, Armin Landeck, Wanda Gag, Kerr Eby, and Mabel Dwight. Condition Good to very good. Some wear to exteriors.

Lot: 421 - 52 vols. European Printmakers.

[Art Reference] 52 volumes, mostly softcover. Redon, Kandinsky, Chagall, Miro, Russian Avant-Garde, Gramatte, Munch, Kokoschka, Klee, Seghers, van Jan Toorop, Maurin, Matisse, Takal, Schiele, Van Hoytema, Orlik, Oppenheimer, Liebermann, Grosz,

Lot: 422 - 7 vols. Catalogue Raisonnes. Inc: Davidsohn.

[Art Reference] 6 titles (7 Vols). 4to, First listed in hardcover, others softcover, v.d. (1) Collection Paul Davidsohn Grunewald Berlin. Part I, A-F, 3-8 May 1920; Part II, G-Ra, 22-26 Nov. 1920; Part 3, Rembrandt-Z, 26-29 April 1921. (2) Les

Lot: 423 - 7 Vols. Old Masters. Inc: Canaletto and Hollar.

[Art Reference] 6 titles, 7 volumes. Old masters catalogue raisonnes. Includes: (1) Bromberg, Ruth. Canaletto's Etchings. Sotheby Parke Bernet, London/New York, 1974. (2-3) Constable. W.G. Canaletto 1697-1768. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1962. 2 vols.

Lot: 424 - 9 vols. Mezzotints. Incl: British.

[Art Reference] 6 titles, 9 volumes. Mezzotints. Catalogue Raisonnes. Including British/English. Condition Generally good to very good.

Lot: 425 - 6 vols. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 6 Titles. 4to/folio, v.d. (1) Singer. Max Klingers Radierungen Stiche und Steindrucke. (2) Woodcuts of Jakob Steinhardt.(3) Cardon. Georges Lemmen. Slipcase. (4) Carpenter. W.O.J. Nieuwenkap: First European Artist in Bali. In dj. (5).

Lot: 426 - 6 vols. Catalogue Raisonnes. Incl: Ropes. Legros.

[Art Reference] 6 Titles. First two hard cover, others softcover. (1) Ramiro. Felicien Rops. (2) Revens. The Graphic Works of Felicient Rops. (3) Maurice Exsteens. L’Oeuvre Grave et Lithographie de Felicien Rops. 4 Vols. Photocopy. (4) Bliss.

Lot: 427 - 6 vols. American Printmakers.

[Art Reference] 6 volumes. American Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes. Including: Spruance, Wengenroth, Davies, Kloss, and Charlot. Condition Generally good to very good.

Lot: 428 - 6 vols. Holstein. Dutch & Flemish and German.

[Art Reference] 6 volumes. Holstein. (1-5) Dutch and Flemish Etchings Engravings and Woodcuts: Volume XL. Visscher; Volume VIII. Goltzius-Heemskerck; Volume X. L’Admiral-Lucas van Leyden; Volume XLIII. Lucas Vorsterman I; Volume XVI. De Passe

Lot: 429 - 8 vols. Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 7 Titles (8 Vols). 4to, hardcover, v..d. (1) Baily. Francesco Bartolozzi. (2) Baily. George Morland. (3) Frankau. William Ward .A.R.A. James Ward R.A. (4) Whitman. Charles Turner. One of 500. (5) Michel. Rubens. 2 Vols. (6) Hake.

Lot: 430 - 8 vols. Old Masters.

[Art Reference] 7 Titles (8 Vols). Hardcover but last two, v.d. (1).Schwarz. Augustin Hirschvogel. 2 Vols. (2) Bagni. Il Guercino...Incisori. (3) Rizzi. The Etchings of the Tiepolos. (4) Armstrong. Moralizing Prints of Cornelis Anthonisz. (5) Riggs.

Lot: 431 - 7 vols. Old Masters. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 7 Titles, last four in wraps, v.d. (1) Mannocci. The Etchings of Claude Lorrain. (2) Wallace. The Etchings of Salvator Rosa. (3) Ewald. Johann Carl Loth 1632-1698. (4) Rosa in America. Wellesley College. (5) Salvator Rosa. Ringling

Lot: 432 - 7 vols. 18th c. Printmakers.

[Art Reference] 7 Titles. 4to, v.d., last three listed softcover. (1) Laurentius. Cornelis Ploos van Amstel 1726-1798. (2) Bauer. Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki. (3) Fagan. Descriptive Catalogue of the Engraved Works of William Faithorne. (4) Kainen.

Lot: 433 - 7 vols. Catalogue Rasionnes. Incl: Goya. Gauguin.

[Art Reference] 7 Titles. Hardcover but last three listed, v.d. (1) Sayre. The Changing Image: Prints by Francisco Goya. (2) Guerin. L’Oeuvre Grave de Gauguin. (3) Melot. Graphic Art of the Pre-Impressionists. (4) Boye-Turner. THe Prints of the

Lot: 434 - 7 vols. Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 7 Titles. Various bindings, First three hardcover, v.d. (1) Leblanc. Catalogue de L’Oeuvre Complet de Gustave Dore. Reprint. (2) Demond de Goncourt Catalogue Raisonne. Reprint. (3) Delteil. Catalogue Raisonne...Charles Meryon.

Lot: 435 - 7 vols. Catalogue Raisonnes. Inc: Whitman.

[Art Reference] 7 volumes of Catalogue Raisonnes. (1) Twenty Four Portraits by William Rothenstein. 1920. (2) Frankau, Julia. William Ward, A.R.A, James Ward, R.A.-Their Lives and Works. 1904. (3) Herold, Jacques. Louis-Marin Bonnet. 1935. (4) Block,

Lot: 436 - 7 vols. American Printmakers.

[Art Reference] 7 volumes. American Printmakers Catalogue Rasionnes.. Includes: Arthur B. Davies, Henry Rushbury, Bolton Brown, John W. Winkler, Samuel Chamberlain, Arthur William Hall, and Armin Landeck

Lot: 437 - 7 vols. American Printmakers.

[Art Reference] 7 volumes. American Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes. Including: Freeman, Shahn, Hart Benton, Marsh, Hopper, and Cook. Condition Generally good to very good.

Lot: 438 - 7 vols. Art Nouveau Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 7 volumes. Art Nouveau Catalogue Raisonnes. Includes: (1) Henderson, Marina. Graphic Work of Mucha. Academy Editions, London, 1973. (2) Arwas, Victor. Berthon & Grasset, Rizzoli, New York, 1978. (3) Millman, Ian. Georges de Feure

Lot: 439 - 7 vols. English Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 7 volumes. English Printmaker Catalgoue Raisonnes. Including Turner, Constable, Stubbs, Gainsborough. Condition Generally good to very good.

Lot: 440 - 7 vols. German Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 7 volumes. German Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes. Including Max Liebermann, Orlik, Schmidtt-Rottluffs, Schiele, Muller, Rohlfs. Condition Generally good to very good. Wear to djs and bindings.

Lot: 441 - 8 vols. Illustrated Books Reference.

[Art Reference] 8 Titles. 4to/folio, v.d. Hardcover but last listed. (1) Dunthorne. Flower and Fruit Prints. Original edition. (2) Benesch. Artistic and Intellectual Trends from Rubens to Daumier. (3) The Artist & The Books 12860-1960. (4)

Lot: 442 - 8 vols. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 8 Titles. 8vo/4to, v.d. Various bindings. 1). Griffith. Lithographs of Childe Hassam. (2) Wentworth. James Tissot. (3) Baker. Graphic Work of T. F. Simon. (4) Johnston. Roderic O’Connor. (5) Hofstatter. Caspar David Friedrich:

Lot: 443 - 8 vols. American Printmakers Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 8 volumes. American Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes. Including: Benson, West, Bellows, Kinney, Lucioni, Levine, and Dehn. Condition Generally good to very good.

Lot: 444 - 8 vols. The Illustrated Bartsch. 1982.

[Art Reference] 8 volumes. The Illustrated Bartsch. Folio. Reddish cloth binding with gilt lettering. (1) Volume 121. Dominique Vivant Denon, French Masters of the Nineteenth Century. (2) Volume 46 (formerly volume 21 part 1). Italian Masters of the

Lot: 445 - 11 vols. Printmaking. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 9 Titles (11 Vols). 4to, folio, variously bound, v.d.. (1) Collijn. Katalog der Ornamentstichsammlung. (2) Ornamentprenten...15de & 16de EEUW. (3) La Gravure dans le Libre ete L’Ornament. 16th c. (4) Berliner. Ornamentale

Lot: 446 - 11 vols. Catalogue Rasionnes & Reference.

[Art Reference] 9 Titles (11 Vols). Hardcover and soft, v.d. (1) Art of the July Monarchy France 1850 to 1848. (2) Getlein. The Bite of the Print. (3-6) Catalogs on Subleyras, Rodin, Second Empire, French Regency. (7). Un Cabinet

Lot: 447 - 9 volumes. American Printmakers. Catalogues.

[Art Reference] 9 Titles, first three softcover, 8vo - 4to, v.d. (1).David Hockney Prints 1954-77. (2) Lonard Baskin The Graphic Work 1950-1970. (3) George Earl Resler Minnesota Etcher. (4) Baskett. John Henry Twachtman. (5) White. The Graphic Art of

Lot: 448 - 9 vols. Symbolist & Nabis. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 9 Titles, hard & softcover, v.d. 8vo/4to. (1) Felix Vallotton Catalogue Raisonne. (2) Mellerio. Odilon Redon. (3) Fussli. (4) Le Symbolisme en Europe. (5) Fantin Latour Lithographie. (6-9). Vallotton, Symbolistes et Nabis, Le

Lot: 449 - 9 vols. Printing Techniques.

[Art Reference] 9 Titles, Hardcover except last two listed, 4to, v.d. (1) Davis. Mannerist Prints. (2) Furst. The Modern Woodcut. (3) Holme, ed. Modern Etchings Mezzotints and Dry-Points. (4) The Painterly Print: Monotypes… (5) Hayter. The

Lot: 450 - 9 vols. British Printmakers. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 9 Titles. 8vo/4to. Hardcover, v.d. (1). Comstock. A Gothic Vision: F.L. Griggs and his Work. (2) Alexander. Engraved Work of F. L. Griggs. (3) Campbell. William Nicholson: The Graphic Work. (4) Tassi. Graham Sutherland. (5) Man.

Lot: 451 - 9 vols. European Printmakers.

[Art Reference] 9 volumes, reprints. European printmakers. Including: Gericault, Leheutre, Millet, Rousseau, Dupre, Jongkind, Frelaut, Besnard, Huet, Daubigny, Corot, Rude, Barye, Carpeaux, Rodin. Condition Good. Wear to bindings.

Lot: 452 - 9 vols. Old Masters. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] 9 volumes. Old Masters. Catalogue Raisonnes. Includes: Lucas van Leydan, Carracci family, Durer and Titian, Jacques Bellange, Marcantonio Raimondi, Cornelis Cort, and Jean Duvet.

Lot: 453 - Bartsch. Le Peintre Graveur. 17 vols of 21. 1802.

[Art Reference] Bartsch, Adam. Le Peintre Graveur. De L'Imprimerie de J.V. Degen, Vienne, 1802. Volumes 1, 3, 4, 5-8, 10, 12, 14-21; missing 4 volumes of 21 total. 8vo. Contemporary marbled binding. Edges stained red. Condition Bindings worn,

Lot: 454 - 2 vols. Beckmann. Catalogue Raisonne. 1990.

[Art Reference] Beckmann, Max. Catalogue Raisonne. 2 volumes. Gallery Kornfeld, Bern, 1990. Large 8vo. In illustrated dust jacket. Condition Very good. Dust jackets toned. Wear to base of vol 1's dj.

Lot: 455 - Paul Helleu. Catalogue Rasionne. 1897.

[Art Reference] Catalogue des Pointes-Seches d'Helleau. Imprimeries Lemercier, Paris, 1897. 187/500 on Marais paper. Original wrap bound in. Condition Good. Damp staining throughout. Corners rubbed. Interior toned commensurate with age.

Lot: 456 - L'Oeuvre grave et lithographie de Steinlen. 1913.

[Art Reference] Crauzat, Ernest de. L'Oeuvre grave et lithographie de Steinlen. Societe de propagation des livers d'art, Paris, 1913. #336/500 on papier d'Alfa. With 3 etchings and 7 lithographs by Steinlen guarded by tissue. Small folio: 11" x 13

Lot: 457 - Jacques Villon. Catalogue Raisonne. 1962.

[Art Reference] De Ginestet, Colette, and Catherine Pouillon. Jacques Villon: Les Estampes et les Illustrations. Arts et Metiers Graphiques, 1962. Folio: 11 3/4" x 14 1/4". Black cloth binding in dust jacket. With matching black cloth slipcase.

Lot: 458 - Erich Heckel: Das Graphische Werk. 1974

[Art Reference] Dube, Anne Marie and Wolf-Dieter. Erich Heckel: Das Graphische Werk. In 3 volumes. Ernest Rathenau, New York, 1974. 1 of 400. 4to. Tan cloth binding, Condition New fine.

Lot: 459 - 4 vols. Watteau Catalogue Raisonne.

[Art Reference] Emile Dacier & Albert Vuaflart. Jean de Julienne et les Graveurs de Watteau au XVIIIe Siecle. 4 Vols. complete. Paris: Pour les Membres de la Societe, 1922. Folio. Vol. I: Notices et Documents Biographiques. Vol. II: Historique.

Lot: 460 - Ensor. 4 vols. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] Ensor, James. 4 Titles. Hardcover but one. 4to/folio. (1). Delteil. Le Peintre Graveur Illustre...Henri Leys, Henri de Braekeleer, James Ensor. NY: 1969. (2) Taevernier. James Ensor. Pandora, (1999). (3) L’Oeuvre Grave de James

Lot: 461 - Max Pechstein. Catalogue Raisonne. W/ orig litho.

[Art Reference] Fechter, Paul. Das Graphische Werk Max Pechstein. Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, Berlin, 1921. 8vo. Illustrated boards. In glassine. Original lithograph frontispiece. #43. Condition Very good. Glassine torn along spine and corners. Boards and

Lot: 462 - The Paintings of Dirck van Baburen. 2013.

[Art Reference] Franits, Wayne. The Paintings of Dirck van Baburen. The Joseph Benjamins Publishing Company, Philadelphia, 2013. In dustjacket, matching binding. Condition Very good. Smudges on the dust jacket.

Lot: 463 - James McBey Catalogue Raisonne. 1925.

[Art Reference] Hardie, Martin. Etchings and Dry Points from 1902 to 1924 by James McBey. P. & D. Colnaghi & Co, 1925. With an original frontispiece etching by the artist, signed below plate. #41/500, signed by publisher under limitation.

Lot: 464 - 29 vols. Hollstein. Dutch/Flemish Engravings...

[Art Reference] Hollstein, F.W.H. 29 volumes Dutch and Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts ca 1450-1700. Includes vols 1-16, 21, 22, 24, and 27-36 out of 41 total volumes. 8vo. Dark grey-green binding. 13 volumes in pale green dust jackets.

Lot: 465 - Hollstein. German Engravings. 24 vols.

[Art Reference] Hollstein, F.W.H. German Engravings, Etchings, and Woodcuts. Menno Hertzberger, Amsterdam, 1954. 24 of 39 volumes. Includes vols 1-10, 12A, 13, 15A,15B, 16, 22-23, 24, 24A, 25, 26A, 26, 27, 28. Condition Very good. Page edges foxed.

Lot: 466 - 4 vols. Manuel de L'Amateur D'Estampes. 1850.

[Art Reference] Le Blanc, Charles. Manuel de L'Amateur D'Estampes. 4 volumes. P. Jannet, Paris, 1850. 8vo. Modern brown cloth boards with original wrappers bound in. Condition Very good. Bookplate of Marty Gordon on front pastedown of vols 1 & 2,

Lot: 467 - 7 vols. Jacques Callot. Catalogue Raisonnes.

[Art Reference] Lieure, J. Jacques Callot. 7 volumes. Collectors Edition, New York, 1969. Condition Very good. Interiors clean. Edges and corners worn. Backstrip of vol 5 partially detached.

Lot: 468 - 100+ vols. Print Journals/Reference

[Art Reference] Over 100 volumes of print journals and reference. (1) Prints. 35 issues; Vol 1, no. 1 (c Nov 1930) through vol 8, no. 3 ( Feb 1938). (2) Print: A Quarterly Journal. 12 vols. Vol 1, No 1 (June 1940) through vol 3, no. 4 (Fall 1945).

Lot: 469 - 4 vols. Strauss. The German Woodcut.

[Art Reference] Strauss, Walter L. The German Single-Leaf Woodcut. 1550-1600 and 1600-1700. 4 volumes. Abaris, New York, 1975-77. Condition Very. Previous owner's bookplate on front free endpaper. Vols 1-3 page edges foxed

Lot: 470 - The Prints of LeRoy Neiman. 1980. 388/1000. Sgd.

[Art Reference] The Prints Of LeRoy Neiman: A Catalogue Raisonne Of Serigraphs, Lithographs, And Etchings. New York: Knoedler Publishers, 1980. Deluxe leather-bound edition. Edition 388 of 1000. Signed by Neiman. Full brown morocco. Lacking slipcase.

Lot: 471 - Rodolphe Bresdin. Catalogue Rasionne. 1976.

[Art Reference] Van Gelder, Dirk. Rodolphe Bresdin. In 2 volumes. Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, 1976. Folio. Tan cloth binding with red lettering. In matching slipcase. Condition Very good. Interior near fine. Spines lightly toned. Light wear to

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