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Auction Date Oct 17 Auction
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Lot: 1 - Alcott's Table Talk 1877

Table-talk by A. Bronson Alcott. 1877, unstated first edition. Roberts Brothers, Boston. 178 pp. with publisher ad. Chip to page 71-72 at top edge. Brick cloth cover with gilt design, top page edge and lettering. Light wear with a spot on back cover.

Lot: 2 - Great and Good Books Limited Edition 1989

Great and Good Books. A Bibliographical Catalogue of The Limited Editions Club 1929-1985. Preface by Mortimer J. Adler. Hand-numbered 441/500 copies and signed by Adler on colophon page. Contains 'colophon erratum' with cover letter. 1989, with

Lot: 3 - Ultra-Fashionable Peerage of America 1904

The Ultra-Fashionable Peerage of America by Charles Wilbur de Lyon Nichols. 1904. George Harjes, New York. Blue cloth with gilt lettering. Covers rubbed and stained. Internal pages clean and tight with light browning on title page. Measures 9 in. x

Lot: 4 - El Camancho Manuscripts (6)

El Camancho. Original Teepee Tales typed manuscripts. Number 1-624 with indexes dated 1923-1925. Group of six portfolios. Measures 8.5 in. x 11 in. x 6 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a

Lot: 5 - Bulletin Des Lois No. 96 1806

Bulletin Des Lois No. 96. Napoleon. 1806. (French). Total of 196 text pages containing 1042 numbered paragraphs. Bound with over 150 pages of owner handwritten journal coinciding with many of the numbered paragraphs. Internal pages evenly browned.

Lot: 6 - Censorship of Hebrew Books by Popper 1899 Signed

SCARCE The Censorship of Hebrew Books by William Popper, A. M. May 1899, The Knickerbocker Press. Inscribed by the author on front endsheet 'To Walter Fischel' with an illegible note and signed 'William Popper". Accompanied with the book is a letter

Lot: 7 - Works of Jonathan Swift 1754 55 (12 Vol)

The Works of Jonathan Swift in Twelve Volumes 1754 - 1755. Printed for C. Bathurst, C. Davis, C. Hitch and more. Volumes I - 12. Contemporary calf leather with 5 raised bands on spine. Most spine labels are not present. Volumes 2 front board detached

Lot: 8 - Instructor Clericalis by Gardiner 1717-24 (5 Vol)

SCARCE Five volumes of Instructor Clericalis by Robert Gardiner. 1717 - 1724. London, In the Savoy. English with Latin passages in bold font. All bound in contemporary calf leather with 5 raised bands on spine. Re-backed with cloth strip and original

Lot: 9 - Thomas Rolandson; Books Illustrated 1916 Ltd. Ed.

SCARCE A Catalogue of Books Illustrated by Thomas Rolandson. 1916. The Grolier Club. 1/200 copies printed. Four color plates with description on tissue guard. 124 rough cut pages. Clean with no internal markings. Paper boards with title sticker on

Lot: 10 - The Principles of Toleration in Scotland

SCARCE Illustrations of The Principles of Toleration in Scotland. Contains seven engravings with text description of each. Circa 1846. W. P. Kennedy, Edinburgh. Title page, preface page, 7 plates and 4 text pages with descriptions of 'Canobie',

Lot: 11 - Egypt and Nubia Engravings Ruppell

Eduard Ruppell; group of eleven Egyptian and Nubian engravings. Circa 1825-1826. Contains plate numbers 2-12. There is no title page or plate 1. Contains 3 diagrams, 4 views and 4 maps (some fold-out). Owner notes on plate 2. Browning and spotting.

Lot: 11A - Two-Sided Manuscripts, Illuminated [Persian]

Seven antique two-sided illuminated manuscripts. All seven with Persian script on both sides, and a finely detailed hand-painted gouache illustration on the other side. All done on what appears to be hand-made paper. Each measure approximately

Lot: 12 - Chinesische Kunst von Kummel 1930

SCARCE Chinesische Kunst by Otto Kummel. Limited edition #179/300. 1930. Berlin. Chinese items found in the Berlin Exhibition 1929. German text. 150 plates in color (tipped in) and black and white plates. Repair to lower edge of ff. Orange linen

Lot: 13 - Engravings, Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds (3V)

Engravings from the Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds. Three volumes. Three hundred plates per owner notes. Circa 1833 - 1839. Hodgson and Graves, London. Marbled boards and endsheets. Leather spine covers with 5 raised bands on each. Gilt lettering and

Lot: 14 - John Blair, Chronology and History 1754

The Chronology and History of the World from the Creation to the Year of Christ, 1753; Illustrated in LVI Tables. The Rev. John Blair. Printed in 1753, London. Measures 18 in. x 11.5 in. x 1 in. Leather bound with 6 raised bands on spine. Front cover

Lot: 15 - Chefs D'Oeuvre de La Gravure 1863

Chefs D'Oeuvre de La Gravure. 1863. Vallee, Paris. (French). Contains Title Page, Preface and 24 engravings, each with bio page (table of artists in the back). Measures 15.125 in. x 11 in. x 1 in. Purple cloth cover with gilt lettering and design.

Lot: 16 - Sir T. Lawrence 50 Engravings Ca. 1845

Engravings of the Choicest Works of Sir Thomas Lawrence. Circa 1845. Henry Graves, London. Contains frontispiece portrait of Lawrence, Listing of Works and 50 engravings with tissue guard. Internal pages with light browning at page edges. Marbled

Lot: 17 - Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Facsimile) 1964

Abraham Ortelius, 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum', 1964 facsimile. Netherlands. (Latin) Fully illustrated with color maps. Leather binding with gilt design and lettering. Cloth slipcase. 53 sets of color maps with description. Measures 16.5 in. x 12 in. x

Lot: 18 - History of British Birds by Morris 6 Vol. 1865

A History of British Birds, Vol. I - VI, by the Rev. F. O. Morris, 1865. Groombridge and Sons, London. Green blind-stamped cloth, with gilt design and lettering. 358 hand-colored engravings. Light internal wear with no cracking to hinges and tight

Lot: 19 - William H. Jackson's Rocky Mountain Railroad

William H. Jackson's Rocky Mountain Railroad Album: Steam and Steel Across the Great Divide. #43/3000 limited edition. Produced as a U. S. Bicentennial Commemorative Edition in honor of Jackson. 1976. Sundance Publications in Silverton Colorado.

Lot: 20 - The Tippler's Vow by Fairchild & Paleologue

The Tippler's Vow by Lee Fairchild with twenty-six original dry-points by Jean Paleologue. Edition de Luxe # 188/250 is signed by Lee Fairchild and Jean Paleologue on the colophon page. Croscup and Sterling, New York. Measures 12.5 in. .x 9.5 in. x

Lot: 21 - The Tippler's Vow by Fairchild INSCRIBED

The Tippler's Vow by Lee Fairchild with twenty-six original dry-points by Jean Paleologue. Correspondence letter to William Paillon from Lee Fairchild is tipped in to the front endsheet. Inscription as promised in the letter is on the front ff.

Lot: 22 - Modern Etchings of Celebrated Paintings

Modern Etchings of Celebrated Paintings by John W. Mollett. 1883. Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, London. All pages are loose and detached from spine cover. 20 etchings with titled cover guard and 39 text pages. Gilt top edge. Light

Lot: 23 - '1601' A Tudor Fireside Conversation 1969

1601' A Tudor Fireside Conversation as Written by the Ingenuous, Virtuous and learned Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens). Illustrated by Alan Odle. 1969. Unpaginated. Red cloth cover with gilt lettering. Back cover faded. Measures 11 in. x 8.75 in. x .375

Lot: 23A - Segar and Edmondson Genealogy Plates [Genealogy]

Two-hundred-twenty-eight (228) genealogy plates from 'Baronagium Genealogicum' (The Pedigrees of the English Peers) by Sir William Segar and Joseph Edmondson, 1764-1784. Included are twelve (12) index pages to the five volumes and supplemental. Also

Lot: 24 - Heinrich Kley Sammelalbum and More (3)

Heinrich Kley Sammelalbum Alte Und Neue Zichnungen - Old Fine Art Book. Undated. Albert Langen, Munchen. Covers rubbed, joints and hinges split. Spine and edges torn. Measures 13.5 in. x 10.75 in. x .625 in.; and Softcovers of The Drawings of

Lot: 25 - L Thomas Atherley Original Pen & Ink (30)

L Thomas Atherley; group of thirty original pen and ink illustrations for the book Ivanhoe. Circa 1950. Protected in plastic sleeves. Signed 'Atherley' or 'A' on all with the exception of title pages. Sheets measure 13.5 in .x 9 in. Provenance:

Lot: 26 - Edison, His Life and Inventions SIGNED (2 V) 1929

Edison, His Life and Inventions by Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin in two volumes, illustrated. 1929. Harper and Brothers. Signed in Volume I 'Thos. A. Edison' front fly leaf accompanied with Beckett LOA A20705; also inscribed and

Lot: 27 - British Columbia Pictorial Biographical 2V 1914

British Columbia Pictorial Biographical in two volumes. 1914. S. J. Clarke Publishing Co. Winnipeg, Vancouver, Montreal. 694 pp. plus 772 pp. deckle edge with gilt top. Tissue guards on portrait illustrations. Half leather. Gilt lettering and design

Lot: 28 - Michaud Biographie Universelle 45 V

Michaud Biographie Universelle Ancienne Et Moderne Nouvelle Edition. (French). Forty -five volumes. Louis Gabriel Michaud 1773-1858, French writer, historian, printer, and bookseller. Gray cloth with sticker label on spine. Undated. C. H. Dalagrave,

Lot: 29 - Gulliver in the Bush by Carter 1933

Gulliver in the Bush; Wanderings of an Australian Entomologist by H. J. Carter. 1933. Angus and Robertson Limited, Australia. 234 pp. plus 26 pp. Illustrated. Green cloth with black lettering. Corners bumped with cover and edge wear. Spine creased

Lot: 30 - The Story of the Noble Opal by Skertchly 1908

The Story of the Noble Opal by Sydney B. J. Skertchly. Flavelle's Gem Series. No. 1. 1908. Flavelle, Roberts and Sankey, Brisbane. 114 pp. Green cloth covers with gilt lettering cover and spine. Corners lightly bumped and edges with light wear. Owner

Lot: 31 - Pioneer Heroes of the New World 1859

Pioneer Heroes of the New World by Henry Howard Brownell. 1859. Illustrated. Includes numerous plates with 25 in color. American Subscription Publishing House, New York. 720 pp. Red leather with gilt design and lettering. Marbled page surround. Light

Lot: 32 - Scenic Beauties of Southern California 1909

Scenic Beauties of Southern California compiled by L. L. Burns. 1909. Published by the Benham Company, Los Angeles. Softcover with paper covers. Unpaginated. Illustrated with 30 color-tinted plates. Measures 6.25 in. x 9.5 in. If lot is absent of a

Lot: 33 - Santa Catalina and San Francisco Catalogues (2)

Santa Catalina Island by Iza Williams. Illustrated with photos. 1905. M. Rieder, Los Angeles, California. Measures 7.75 in. x 9.75 in. and; Souvenir of San Francisco with color illustrations. 1914, The Pacific Novelty Co. Measures 8.25 in. x 11 in.

Lot: 34 - Chihuly Over Venice 1997

Chihuly Over Venice. 1997, 2nd printing. Portland Press. Photobook. Owner inscription front endsheet. Pages clean. Measures 12.25 in. x 9.25 in. x .75 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition

Lot: 35 - History of Needham by Clarke 1912

History of Needham by George Kuhn Clarke. 1912. Privately Printed at the University Press, Cambridge. 746 pp. with roughcut (deckle) sides and lower edges. Frontispiece portrait with eleven plates of photographs (eighteen photos). Burgundy boards

Lot: 36 - Silver Dollar Tabor - Roosevelt Photo and More

The Tabor's and Teddy Roosevelt. Grouping of photos, correspondence and the first edition book of 'Silver Dollar'. Includes: 1) An original photo of Silver Dollar Tabor, daughter of Senator H. A. W. Tabor, being presented to President Teddy Roosevelt

Lot: 37 - Milton's Paradise Lost 1885 Gustave Dore

Milton's Paradise Lost with fifty full-page illustrations by Gustave Dore. 1885. White, Stokes and Allen, New York. 401 pp. Pages are evenly browned with stain at lower edge of pages first half of book. Hinges cracked and loosening from spine. Green

Lot: 38 - The Soldier In Our Civil War VI and VII 1884

The Soldier in Our Civil War. Volumes I and II. Pictorial history of the conflict 1861 - 1865. Volume I, 1884 The J. H. Brown Publishing Company, Boston. 421 pp. Browning and spotting. Hinges cracked and spine lifted. Covers worn, rubbed and torn.

Lot: 39 - The Art Treasures of America (2 Vols) India Proof

The Art Treasures of America. Edited by Edward Strahan. George Barrie, Philadelphia. Circa 1880. India Proofs, Lettered Edition. Subscribed for George S. Albee. Profusely illustrated with over 100 photogravures and numerous wood engravings. Titled

Lot: 40 - The Oregon Trail Illustrated by Dixon SIGNED

The Oregon Trail by Francis Parkman. Illustrated by Maynard Dixon and hand-numbered 139 and signed 'Maynard Dixon' on colophon page. 1943. The Limited Editions Club. Book sleeve has separated. 297 pp. Light spotting on some pages. Leatherbound.

Lot: 41 - Les Fleurs Du Mal 1940 LTD ED Rodin

Charles Baudelaire Les Fleurs Du Mal, Illustrees par Auguste Rodin. 1940. The Limited Editions Club. Paris. Limited edition #1427/1500. 279 rough cut pages plus contents and illustration pages. Softcover blue wrap. Contains six plates and twenty-one

Lot: 42 - Ormsby Macknight Mitchel Biographical 1887

Ormsby Macknight Mitchel, Astronomer and General, A Biographical Narrative by his son F. A. Mitchel 1887. Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Cambridge. 392 pp. Blue cloth covers, bubbled and edges bumped and worn. Gilt lettering and gilt top page edge

Lot: 43 - Fairy Tales Up-To-Now 1904 Wallace Irwin SCARCE

SCARCE Fairy Tales Up-To-Now; Wallace Irwin, The Bandit, Again Breaks Loose and Sandbags Old Favorites. The Victims: Babes in the Wood, Cinderella, Jack The Giant-Killer, Sleeping Beauty, Little Red Riding Hood. 1904. Paul Elder and Company, San

Lot: 44 - Fairy Tales Up-To-Now 1904 Wallace Irwin SCARCE

SCARCE Fairy Tales Up-To-Now; Wallace Irwin, The Bandit, Again Breaks Loose and Sandbags Old Favorites. The Victims: Babes in the Wood, Cinderella, Jack The Giant-Killer, Sleeping Beauty, Little Red Riding Hood. 1904. Paul Elder and Company, San

Lot: 45 - Old Edinburgh 1886; 2 Books Bound in 1

Old Edinburgh Beaux and Belles; and Pedlars, Beggars and Criminals. Two books bound in one with Illustrations. 112 pp. plus 107 pp. Green cloth with blind-stamped design and gilt lettering and top page edge. Russel Van Arsdale Lee bookplate inside

Lot: 46 - A Memoir of Zerah Colburn 1833

A Memoir of Zerah Colburn; written by himself. 1833. Merriam. Born in Vermont in 1804, Zerah exhibited remarkable mathematical powers as early as age six. 104 pp. with browning and spotting. Cover joints cracked and front nearly detached. Owner notes

Lot: 47 - Old Nick's Pocket Book by Edward Du Bois 1808

SCARCE Old Nick's Pocket Book; or Hints for 'A Ryghte Pedantique Ande Mangleinge' Publication, to be called 'My Pocket Book.' by himself. (Edward Du Bois). 1808. Sherwood, Neeley and Jones, London. 112 pp. Frontispiece titled 'Old Nick's Pastime'

Lot: 48 - Nineteenth Century Pocket Books (5)

Group of five nineteenth century pocket books. Includes: 1) A Code of Common Sense, or Patent Pocket Dictionary by Geoffrey Gimcrack. 1833. Manchester. 111 pp. 2) Poems by Charles G. Eastman. 1848. PRESENTATION COPY (from poet to poet) inscribed on

Lot: 49 - Small and Pocket Books (21)

Group of twenty-one small and pocket books (hard and softcover) of trade, industry and more. Group measures 7.5 in. x 5.5 in. x 10 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a

Lot: 50 - Archery (2) Books

Group of two books of Archery. Includes: 1) The Witchery of Archery by J. Maurice Thompson. 1928. The Archers Company. Pine Hurst, North Carolina. 259 pp. Measures 7.625 in. x 5.25 in. x 1 in. 2) Archery Champions compiled by Robert J. Rhode. 1963,

Lot: 51 - Recollections of Leonard by Meras 1909

Recollections of Leonard, Hairdresser to Queen Marie-Antoninette. Translated from the French by E. Jules Meras. 1909. Sturgis and Walton, New York. Measures 7.625 in. x 5.25 in. x 1.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books,

Lot: 52 - The Logic of History by Taylor 1960 SIGNED

The Logic of History; A Study in Astral Mathematics by Jas. S. Taylor. 1960, first edition limited to 500 copies. Vancouver, Canada. Signed and numbered 9/500 copies on frontispiece portrait. 112 pp. plus supplementary page. Blue cloth with gilt

Lot: 53 - The Works of Epictetus by Carter 1807 (2 V)

The Works of Epictetus translated by Elizabeth Carter in two volumes. The fourth edition, 1807. Printed for F. C. and J. Rivington, London. 310 pp. plus 386 pp. plus index plus appendix. Front boards and first few pages have detached on both volumes.

Lot: 54 - Insanity as a Defence by Walton Pennewill

Insanity as a Defence by Walton Pennewill. Undated. 29 pp. Bookplate inside front cover. There is a 5 digit stamp on last page and verso of title page (possibly ex-library). Pages are lightly creased down center. Marbled boards with gilt title on

Lot: 55 - Crafts, Games, Toys and Puppets (11)

Group of eleven books of crafts, games, toys and puppets. Includes: 1) Card Castles by Peter Adams. 1929, with dust jacket unclipped. 85 pp. plus 5 blueprints in back jacket. 2) Puppets in America 1739 to Today by McPharlin. 1936, with dust jacket

Lot: 56 - Illustrated (9) Books

Group of nine illustrated books. Includes: 1) Not For Children by Roland Young. 1930, stated first edition. 2) The In and Out Book by Robert Benton. 1959. 3) Biography for Beginners by G. K. Chesterton. 1925, third edition. ... and more. Provenance:

Lot: 57 - Pair of Dog Bookends (2)

Pair of Dog Bookends. Set of two. Very small chips on bases at some upper and lower corners. Green felt bottom. Bases measure 6 in. x 2.5 in. x .75 in. Overall height 6 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If

Lot: 58 - Small and Pocket (15) Books

Group of fifteen small and pocket books on various topics. Includes: 1) Four books by Hugh McHugh. 2) The Maxims of Noah by Burgess. 1913. ... and more. Group measures 8 in. x 5.5 in. x 10 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare

Lot: 59 - Various Topic (9) Books

Group of nine various topic books. Includes: 1) Two copies of The Biology of Art by Desmond Morris. 1962, with dust jackets clipped. 2) The Great Railway Bazaar by Paul Theroux. 1975, with dust jacket clipped. ... and more. Group measures 9 in. x 6.5

Lot: 60 - Les Tabacs, F. Bere 1895 Tobacco Industry

Les Tabacs Bibliotheque Des Sciences Et De L'Industrie. F. Bere. 1895. Ancienne Maison Quantin, Paris. 273 pp. (foreign language). Paper-wrap. Spine is cracking at sections but still secured with string binding. Illustrated. Measures 9.125 in. x

Lot: 61 - Du Tabac, Demoor (3) 19th Century

SCARCE Group of three nineteenth century softcover 'Du Tabac' (tobacco) books by V. P. G. Demoor. All with illustrations. Foreign language. Includes: 1) 1858 with 20 figures. A La Librairie Agricole D'Emile Tarlier, Bruxelles. 184 pp. Measures 7.625

Lot: 62 - Le Tabac, L. Laurent Circa 1900

Le Tabac Sa Culture Et Sa Preparation; Products Naturels Des Colonies Et Cultures Tropicales. (Tobacco) Publication sous la direction du professeur Dr. Heckel. 1900 (note paste down on cover states 1901). (Foreign language). Augustin Challamel,

Lot: 63 - L'Alcool Et Le Tabac, A. Riant 1876 (2)

Group of two L'Alcool Et Le Tabac par A. Riant. 1876. Hachette, Paris. (French) 188 pp. each. Measure 6 in. x 4 in. x .25 each. Softcovers, string binding loose but still intact. Illustrated. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare

Lot: 64 - Tabac, 19th Century (3) Henrieck and Schloesing

Group of three nineteenth century softcover foreign language books on tobacco. Includes: 1) Du Tabac, Son Influence Sur L'Homme by A. Henrieck. 1864. Desloges, Paris. 154 pp. Front cover detached and book separated. Page 93 torn at top corner with

Lot: 65 - Le Tabac La Nicotine, Depierris 1898

Physiologie Sociale Le Tabac par Dr. H. A. Depierris. 1898. Flammarion, Paris. 524 pp. Uncut pages. Softcover. Foreign language. Measures 9 in. x 5.375 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 66 - Le Tabac, Albert Larbaletrier 1891

SCARCE Le Tabac par Albert Larbaletrier. 1891. Softcover. Illustrated. 303 pp. plus 4 pp. Front cover and preface detached. Measures 7.375 in. x 4.75 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 67 - Le Musee Du Fumeur, E. Cardon 1866

SCARCE Le Musee Du Fumeur par E. Cardon. 1866. Maison E. Cardon, Paris, (French). Softcover stringbound. Strings are detaching and spine cover chipped and most missing. 281 pp. Stained and spotted. Measures 7.25 in. x 4.75 in. x 1 in. Provenance:

Lot: 68 - Tabakpflanze von Helmut Schmid

Uber die Nikotinbildung in der Tabakpflanze von Hemut Schmid. 1948. Paperwrap cover. 44 pp. with illustrations, on color. Measures 9 in. x 6.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a

Lot: 69 - Foreign Language Tobacco Books (6)

Group of six softcover books and booklets on the Tobacco Industry. All early 20th century. Includes: 1) Tabac en Bulgarie by Dr. Edourard Fernandez-Diaz. 1926. 307 pp. plus 4 fold-out charts. Cover detached and spine cover chipped. 2) Pour Ou Contre

Lot: 70 - Foreign Language Tobacco Books (6)

Group of six softcover books and booklets on the Tobacco Industry. 19th and 20th century. Includes: 1) El Tabaco Y El Cafe por D. Jose Vilardebo y Moret. 1888. Barcelona. 142 pp. Front cover and half title page detached. 2) Takakmonopol und

Lot: 71 - Foreign Language Tobacco 19th Century (8)

Group of eight nineteenth century foreign language softcover books and booklets on tobacco. Includes: 1) De La Question Du Tabac par Eugene Labrieu. 1845. 77 pp. 2) Du Regime Des Tabacs par Larcheveque. 1887. 258 pp. ... and more. Group measures 9.5

Lot: 72 - Sold to the Ladies! by Bennett 1940

Sold to the Ladies! or the Incredible but True Adventures of Three Girls on a Barge by Dorothy Bennett. 1940, with dust jacket clipped. George W. Stewart. 259 pp. Illustrated. Owners amusing notes throughout book. Dust jacket and cloth covers

Lot: 73 - Il Gattopardo, Tomasi di Lampedusa 1959

Il Gattopardo, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa. May 1959. (Italian). Felrtinelli Editore, Milano. 330 pp. Browning. Owner notes back cover. Spotting to spine. Measures 8 in. x 5.125 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books,

Lot: 74 - Russia and Russian Language Books (8)

Group of eight books of Russia and Russian Language Books. Includes: 1) Russian Samovars 1971 with dust jacket. Owner inscription? Antique reference book fully illustrated. 2) Maritime History of Russia 848-1948. Ex-library. 3) Russian Automobile

Lot: 75 - First Edition / First Printing (10) Books

Group of ten first edition and first printing books. Includes: 1) Back Trailers from The Middle Boarder by Hamlin Garland. Published October 1928. Dust jacket torn at front hinge and spine bumped. Rough cut page edge. 2) The Outsider by Collin

Lot: 76 - Pierced Hearts and True Love by Ebensten 1953

Pierced Hearts and True Love by Hanns Ebensten. 1953, first published. Derek Verschoyle, London. Ex-library blind-stamped 'Discard' on title page. 95 pp. with bibliography. Orange cloth with fading to spine and surround. Light edge wear with bump to

Lot: 77 - Cold Fall by Gardner 'Uncorrected Proof'

Cold Fall by John Gardner. Uncorrected Proof June 4, 1996. G. P. Putnam's Sons. Measures 8.25 in. x 5.5 in. x .625 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report

Lot: 78 - Group of Porsche Books (4)

Group of four Porsche books. Group measures 14 in. x 11 in. x 4.5 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be

Lot: 79 - Cards As Weapons by Ricky Jay 1977

Cards As Weapons by Ricky Jay. First Printing April 1977. Hardcover. Darien House, New York. 94 pp. Cloth covers with black lettering. Measures 10.5 in. x 7.25 in. x .5 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If

Lot: 80 - Renati Rapini Hortorum Lib IV 1672

Renati Rapini Hortorum Lib IV. (Latin) 1672. Joannem Ribbium Ultraiecti. 116 pp. + 17 pp. + 81 pp. + 117 pp. + 4 (unpaginated) + 31. Frontispiece detached. Note: Libri III title page plus pages 1-2 cut at top edge. Vellum covers. Stained, browned and

Lot: 81 - Handwritten Journal 19th Century

Nineteenth Century Handwritten Journal by S. S. Streeter. 200 pages. Measures 9.5 in. x 7.75 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be

Lot: 82 - Jiu Jitsu; Handwritten Lessons

Handwritten Lessons of Jiu Jitsu. Undated. 95 pages. Measures 9 in. x 6 in. x .5 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email.

Lot: 83 - Hotel Northern Registry Early 19th Century (4)

Group of four large guest registries from the Hotel Northern in Seattle, Washington. Dates included are 1909, 1913, 1914. Note all years are not complete. Covers are worn and chipped. Some pages damaged. Group measures 16 in. x 10.75 in. x 4 in.

Lot: 84 - Handwritten Journal 1857

Handwritten journal dated 1857. Over 50 pages. Measures 8.5 in. x 7 in. x .25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition

Lot: 85 - Handwritten Ledger James Griffiths 19th Century

Nineteenth Century handwritten ledger of James (Jim ) Griffiths. Appears to be sailing and provisions information. Measures 7.25 in. x 5 in. x 1 in. Some pages are blank. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot

Lot: 86 - Rudyard Kipling's Jungle and Second (2) 1894 1895

Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book 1894 and The Second Jungle Book 1895. Appear to be first (not stated) U. S. editions. The Century Company, New York. Both with cloth covers and blind-stamped designs. Gilt lettering, design and top page edge. Wear to

Lot: 87 - Little, Brown and Co. 20th Century (2)

Two books published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston. Includes: 1) In & Around The Grand Canyon. 1900. Illustrated with photo illustrations. 341 pp. with illustrations. Front hinge is cracked and front pages loosening from spine. Measures

Lot: 88 - Valley of the Amazon 1854 (Vol 1 and 2)

Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon. 1854. House of Representatives. 33d Congress 1st Session. Executive, No. 53.; Part I by Lieut. Herndon. 417 pp. plus illustrations. Part II by Lt. Lardner Gibbon. 339 pp. plus illustrations. Both with

Lot: 88A - Valley of the Amazon 1854 (Vol I and 2 with Map)

Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon. 1854. House of Representatives. 33d Congress 1st Session. Executive, No. 53.; Part I by Lieut. Herndon. 417 pp. plus illustrations. Owner name 'Thomas Bradley' on front endsheet. Part II by Lt. Lardner Gibbon.

Lot: 88B - Valley of the Amazon 1853 V1 1st Ed. 3 Maps

Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon with three foldout maps. Herndon. Unable to unfold one as it is bound at fold. 1853. House of Representatives. 32nd Congress, 2d Session. Executive No. 43. Ex-library stamps on first few pages. 414 pp. with

Lot: 88C - Valley of the Amazon 1854 V2 (2) Maps

Two Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon Volume 2 with two foldout maps each. 1854 with illustrations. Herndon and Gibbon. House of Representatives 33d Congress 1st Session Executive 53. 24 pp. plus 314 pp. each. Each measures 9.25 in. x 6 in. x

Lot: 88D - Valley of the Amazon Senate 1853-4 (4)

Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon by Herndon and Gibbon with plates and maps. Two Part I Senate 32d Congress 2d Session Executive 36 1953. 31 pp. plus 314 pp. Illustrated with plates and each contains 3 maps. Tears to maps at some folds and

Lot: 89 - WPA Accomplishments by Glotzbach 1939

WPA Accomplishments, Works Progress Administration of Minnesota by Linus C. Glotzbach. Ex-Library. 1939. Unpaginated. Picture book of the many accomplishments. Softcover. Measures 10.75 in. x 8.5 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson,

Lot: 90 - Handwritten Thomas Frewen 1741

Thomas Frewen (1704-1791) Handwritten collection of Epitaphs and Monumental Inscriptions, principally in Sussex. 23 handwritten pages with page 21 signed and dated 'Thomas F. Frewen 1741'. Dyed green vellum cover. Measures 7 in. x 4.5 in. x .5 in.

Lot: 91 - Veiled Horizons by Ralph Bandini 1939 LIMITED

Veiled Horizons; Stories of Big Game Fish of the Sea by Ralph Bandini. Illustrated with Photographs. Limited hand numbered edition #834/950. 1939. The Derrydale Press. 222 pages, lightly browned. Inside covers and endsheet with browning, spotting and

Lot: 92 - American Pioneer 1842 Ten Issues And More

The American Pioneer, A Monthly Periodical, Devoted to the Objects of the Logan Historical Society. January - October 1842. 368 pp. with illustrations bound. Also bound is Holden's Dollar Magazine, July 1848. Pages 387 - 448 with illustrations; and

Lot: 93 - The Book of Mormon 1907 Third Chicago Edition

The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by The Hand of Mormon, Upon Plates taken from the Plates of Nephi. 1907. Third Chicago Edition. Northern States Mission. 623 pp. + half title + title + 12 pp. contents, with light browning. Cloth covers with

Lot: 94 - A Treatise on Military Surgery by Hamilton 1865

A Treatise on Military Surgery and Hygiene, by Frank Hastings Hamilton, M. D., 1865. Bailliere Brothers, New York. 648 pp. with engravings. Browning, spotting and stained. Publishers pages in back more heavily spotted. Previous owner name 'J B

Lot: 95 - Modern Surgery by Robert Druitt 1848

The Principles and Practice of Modern Surgery by Robert Druitt. 1848. Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia. 576 pp. + publishers catalogue and 193 wood engravings. Browning and spotting. Previous owner name inside front cover and endsheet. Leatherbound.

Lot: 96 - The Pittman Notes (4) First Editions Vol I

Group of four first editions of The Pittman Notes; Breech-Loading Carmines of the Untied States Civil War Period. 1987. Armory Publications, Tacoma. All with dust jackets. 94 pp. with illustrations. Foxing, water damaged jackets with covers and

Lot: 97 - The Russo-Japanese War 1905

The Russo-Japanese War; A Photographic and Descriptive Review of the Great Conflict in the Far East. 1905. P. F. Collier and Son, New York. 143 pp. Mild browning at edges. Paper-boards with paste down picture. Measures 15.875 in. x 11 in. x .625 in.

Lot: 98 - Clock Catalogs (4)

Group of four clock catalogs. Includes: 1) New Haven Clock Co.; B. J. Cooke's Sons, Philadelphia. 1886. ... and more. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion

Lot: 99 - Frederic Remington by McCracken (2) SIGNED

Two inscribed and signed editions by Harold McCracken. Includes: 1) Frederic Remington: Artist of the Old West. 1947, ninth printing with dust jacket clipped. Inscribed and signed by the author on front endsheet. 157 pp. + illustrations. Cloth covers

Lot: 100 - Coins in China's History by Coole 1965 SIGNED

Coins in China's History by Arthur Braddan Coole. 1965, fourth edition. Inscribed and signed by author. 189 pp. with illustrations. Cloth covers, slightly warped and wobbly. Measures 9.375 in. x 12 in. x .75 in. If lot is absent of a condition report

Lot: 101 - Goins' Encyclopedia of Cutlery Markings SIGNED

Goins' Encyclopedia of Cutlery Markings by John E. Goins. Author signed on title page 'Best Wishes, John E. Goins'. Owner label inside front cover. 382 pp. Softcover. Internal pages clean. Wear to covers. Crease on back cover at top edge and lower

Lot: 102 - The Grand Slam by Revoke 1907 SCARCE

SCARCE The Grand Slam by 'Revoke'. The Modern Bridge Guyed. New Edition. 1907. Mudie and Sons; Simpkin, Marshall and Co., London. 60 pp. plus advertisement pages. Cloth covers with gilt title. Owner notations on verso of 'press opinion' page.

Lot: 103 - Francis William Bird; Biographical Sketch 1897

Unbound, Inscribed. Francis William Bird; A Biographical Sketch by Charles L. Bird. Inscribed on last page ' For Mr. Hill, send to him. C. L. B' . Privately Printed 1897. Contains duplicates of title pages with frontispiece and pages 85 - 92 with

Lot: 104 - Unbound 18th and 19th Century (8) Books

Group of eight 18th and 19th century books. Unbound or missing covers. Browning, spotting, staining and owner markings. Includes: 1) Corbett's Weekly Political Register Volume 31. July 6th 1816 - December 28th 1816. 832 columns. 2) Instinct Displayed

Lot: 105 - The Graphic Illustrator; Jane Shore

The Graphic Illustrator; Some Particulars of the Life of Jane Shore by the Late Rev. Mark Noble. Undated. This is a rebound segment of an issue (unknown). Page 49-64. The frontispiece plate has been pasted down to ff. There are two additional

Lot: 106 - Wisconsin State Journal; July 1, 1865

Civil War Era; Wisconsin State Journal, July 1, 1865. Volume XIII, No. 42. 8 pages, filled with Civil War news. Includes: 'Mr. Nasby has a Vision'; 'Rebel Treatment of Union Prisoners'; Suffrage and much more fascinating reading. Illustrated

Lot: 107 - Boston Daily; September 28, 1863

Civil War Era; Boston Daily, September 28, 1863. Volume XXX, No. 9444. 4 pages. Includes: 'The Battle of Chattanooga'. Measures 27 in. x 21 in. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot

Lot: 108 - The New York Times; July 8, 1861

Civil War Era; The New York Times, July 8, 1861. Volume X, No. 3055. 8 pages. Split at center fold and nearly separated. Includes 'The Great Rebellion' article and other fascinating news of the time. Measures 22 in. x 16 in. Provenance: Amity Art

Lot: 109 - Jamie Wyeth Signed Limited Edition 1980

Jamie Wyeth Signed Limited Edition. 1980. Hand-numbered 235 of 500 copies and signed 'Jamie Wyeth' on colophon page. Houghton Mifflin, Boston. Stated first printing. Cloth covered boards with quarter leather gilt stamped spine in matching cloth

Lot: 110 - The Virginia Manufactory of Arms by Cromwell 1975

The Virginia Manufactory of Arms by Giles Cromwell. 1975, with dust jacket unclipped. University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville. 208 pp. Dust jacket rubbed. Cloth covers Measures 10.25 in. x 8 in. x .75 in. If lot is absent of a condition report

Lot: 111 - Webley and Scott by Bruce 1992

Webley and Scott Automatic Pistols by Gordon Bruce. 1992, with dust jacket unclipped. Verlag Stocker Schmid, Zurich. 304 pp. Illustrated. Gray cloth covers with blue lettering to spine. Measures 10.625 in. x 8.5 in. x 1 in. If lot is absent of a

Lot: 112 - The Webley Story by Dowell 1987 Limited Edition

The Webley Story: A History of Webley Pistols and Revolvers; and the Development of the Pistol Cartridge by William Chipchase Dowell. 1987. Limited Edition serial number 1412 of 2000 copies printed. Commonwealth Heritage Foundation; Kirkland,

Lot: 113 - Western Traditions 2005 Artist Signed 'Coleman'

Western Traditions: Contemporary Artists of the American West by Michael Duty and Suzanne Deats. Signed on title page by two of the featured artists, Michael Coleman and Nicholas Coleman; dated '2005'. This 279 pp. Illustrated book features over 50

Lot: 114 - Western Traditions 2005 Artist Signed 'Coleman'

Western Traditions: Contemporary Artists of the American West by Michael Duty and Suzanne Deats. Signed on title page by two of the featured artists, Michael Coleman and Nicholas Coleman; dated '2005'. This 279 pp. Illustrated book features over 50

Lot: 115 - Western Traditions 2005 Artist Signed 'Coleman'

Western Traditions: Contemporary Artists of the American West by Michael Duty and Suzanne Deats. Signed on title page by two of the featured artists, Michael Coleman and Nicholas Coleman; dated '2005'. This 279 pp. Illustrated book features over 50

Lot: 116 - Western Traditions 2005 Artist Signed 'Coleman'

Western Traditions: Contemporary Artists of the American West by Michael Duty and Suzanne Deats. Signed on title page by two of the featured artists, Michael Coleman and Nicholas Coleman; dated '2005'. This 279 pp. Illustrated book features over 50

Lot: 117 - Western Traditions 2005 Artist Signed 'Coleman'

Western Traditions: Contemporary Artists of the American West by Michael Duty and Suzanne Deats. Signed on title page by two of the featured artists, Michael Coleman and Nicholas Coleman; dated '2005'. This 279 pp. Illustrated book features over 50

Lot: 118 - Western Traditions 2005 Artist Signed 'Coleman'

Western Traditions: Contemporary Artists of the American West by Michael Duty and Suzanne Deats. Signed on title page by two of the featured artists, Michael Coleman and Nicholas Coleman; dated '2005'. This 279 pp. Illustrated book features over 50

Lot: 119 - Western Traditions 2005 Artist Signed 'Coleman'

Western Traditions: Contemporary Artists of the American West by Michael Duty and Suzanne Deats. Signed on title page by two of the featured artists, Michael Coleman and Nicholas Coleman; dated '2005'. This 279 pp. Illustrated book features over 50

Lot: 120 - Edgar Payne The Scenic Journey 2012

Publisher sealed copy of Edgar Payne: The Scenic Journey by Scott Schields. 2012. Pomegranate. Measures 12.125 in. x 10.875 in. x 1.25 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is

Lot: 121 - The Browning Superposed by Schwing 1996

The Browning Superposed by Ned Schwing. 1996, with dust jacket unclipped. Krause Publications. 496 pp. Illustrated with color and black and white photos. Internal pages clean. Black cloth with gold lettering. Lower corner of front cover bumped and

Lot: 121A - The Browning Superposed by Schwing 1996

The Browning Superposed by Ned Schwing. 1996, with dust jacket unclipped. Krause Publications. 496 pp. Illustrated with color and black and white photos. Internal pages clean. Black cloth with gold lettering. Lower corner of front cover lightly

Lot: 122 - Guns (10) Books

Group of ten books about guns. Includes: 1) The Italian Gun by Steve Smith and Laurie Morrow. 1997, first printing. 2) Percussion Revolvers of the United States by Roland Thalheimer. 1970, with dust jacket unclipped. ... and more. Group measures 11.5

Lot: 123 - Echoes of Glory (3 Vol Set) 1991

Echoes of Glory; Illustrated Atlas of the Civil War, Arms and Equipment of the Confederacy, Arms and Equipment of the Union all in a matching slipcase. 1991. Time Life Books. Set measures 11.5 in. x 9.5 in. x 3 in. If lot is absent of a condition

Lot: 124 - The Winchester Book by George Madis SIGNED

The Winchester Book by George Madis. Signed 'George Madis' on title page. 1979. Art and Reference House, Brownsboro, Texas. Leatherbound with blind-stamped design on cover and gilt lettering. Bumped at lower edge of front cover. Profusely

Lot: 125 - The Patterson Colt Book LIMITED AND SIGNED

The Patterson Colt Book by R. L. Wilson. Hand-numbered 702 of 3000 copies and signed by R. L. Wilson (author) and Dennis A. LeVett (featured collection). Strutz-LeVett Publishing Co. Dust jacket unclipped with light wear. Green cloth covers with gilt

Lot: 126 - Great British Gunmakers by Neal and Back LIMITED

Great British Gunmakers 1540-1740 by W. Keith Neal and D. H. L. Back. Hand-numbered 444 of 750 copies. 1984. Historical Firearms, Norwich. First Edition with dust jacket unclipped. Jacket is scuffed and edge worn. Blue covers with silver lettering

Lot: 127 - Militaria Firearms (7) Books

Group of seven Militaria firearms books and booklet. Includes: 1) The Masting and Rigging of English Ships of War 1625 - 1860 by James Lees. 1979, with dust jacket protected by mylar, unclipped. 2) United States Martial Flintlocks by Robert M.

Lot: 128 - British Firearms (4) Books

Group of four British firearms books. Includes: 1) The Shooting Field by Peter King. 1985, with dust jacket. Quiller Press, London. 2) The British Shotgun Volume Two 1871 - 1890 by I. M. Crudgington and D. J. Baker. 1989, with dust jacket unclipped.

Lot: 129 - Decorated Firearms; Clay P. Bedford SIGNED

Decorated Firearms 1840 - 1870 From the Collection of Clay P. Bedford by Wallace B. Gusler and James D. Lavin. Inscribed and signed by 'Clay Bedford' owner of the collection on front endsheet. 1977, with dust jacket unclipped. The Colonial

Lot: 130 - Knives and Knife Making (6) Books

Group of six books of knives and knife making. Includes: 1) Light But Efficient by Albert N. Hardin, Jr. and Robert W. Hedden. 1973, with dust jacket unclipped. 2) The Knife Makers Who Went West by Harvey Platts. 1978, with dust jacket unclipped.

Lot: 131 - Canteens and Muzzle Loading (2) Photobooks

Two photobooks of canteens and Muzzle Loading Shoulder Arms. Includes: 1) Civil War Canteens by Stephen W. Sylvia and Michael J, O'Donnell. 1990, second edition. 175 pp. plus ads. 2) Springfield Muzzle - Loading Shoulder Arms 1795 - 1865 by Claud E.

Lot: 132 - Army Headgear and Muzzle Loading (2) Photobooks

Two photobooks of Army Headgear and Muzzle Loading Shoulder Arms. Includes: 1) United States Army Headgear 1855 - 1902 by Edgar M. Howell 1980, third printing. 109 pp. 2) Springfield Muzzle - Loading Shoulder Arms 1795 - 1865 by Claud E. Fuller.

Lot: 133 - Firearms (9) Books

Group of nine books on firearms. Includes: 1) Browning Arms and History by Bill West. 1972, first edition. 2) Early Percussion Firearms by Lewis Winant. 1959. 3) Parker America's Finest Shotgun by Peter H. Johnson. 1985, third edition. ... and more.

Lot: 134 - The Mortimer Gunmakers by Munson 1992

The Mortimer Gunmakers 1753 - 1923 by H. Lee Munson. 1992, with dust jacket protected with mylar cover. Andrew Mowbray Publishers, Lincoln, Rhode Island. 313 pp. Illustrated with photos.. Black cloth with silver design and lettering. Light bump lower

Lot: 135 - Plans and Specifications Smith Shotgun

Plans and Specifications of the L. C. Smith Shotgun by Lt. Col. William S. Brophy USAR Ret. 1981, First Printing with dust jacket unclipped. Brownell and Son, Montezuma, Iowa. 247 pp. with illustrations. Blue cloth with silver lettering. Measures

Lot: 136 - Pickelhauben by Eric Johnson SIGNED LTD

Pickelhauben (Spiked Helmets) by Eric Johansson. Signed limited edition. Hand-numbered # 173 and signed below on colophon page. Circa 1982. H. S. M. Publications, Independence, Missouri. 180 pp. with dust jacket. Jacket torn and scuffed. Measures

Lot: 137 - Native and Western Americana (6) Books

Group of six books of Native American and Western Americana. Includes: 1) The Mystic Warriors of The Plains by Thomas E. Mails. 1995, with dust jacket. 2) Important Custer, Indian War and Western Memorabilia. April 4, 1995 San Francisco. Butterfield

Lot: 138 - Wildfowl Decoys (3) Books

Group of three books of decoys. Includes: 1) Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast by Miller and Hanson. 1989, first edition with dust jacket unclipped. Cloth cover with gold design and lettering. 2) American Factory Decoys by Henry A. Fleckenstein,

Lot: 139 - Duck Stamps by Weidensaul 1989

Duck Stamps by Scott Weidensaul. 1989, with dust jacket unclipped. 165 pp. Illustrated. Cloth covers with gilt lettering to spine. Measures 12.5 in. x 10.25 in. x 1 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via

Lot: 140 - The Etholen Collection by Pirjo Varjola 1990

The Etholen Collection: The Ethnographic Alaskan Collection of Adolf Etholen and his Contemporaries in the National Museum of Finland by Pirjo Varjola. 1990. National Board of Antiquities. 336 pp. Illustrated. Cover scuffed. Measures 11.25 in. x 8.25

Lot: 141 - The Springfield 1903 Rifles 1985

The Springfield 1903 Rifles, The Illustrated, Documented Story of the Design, Development, and Production of all the Models of Appendages, and Accessories by William S. Brophy USAR. 1985. Stackpole Books. Red Cloth covers with blind-stamped design

Lot: 142 - The Springfield 1903 Rifles 1988, 2nd Printing

The Springfield 1903 Rifles, The Illustrated, Documented Story of the Design, Development, and Production of all the Models of Appendages, and Accessories by William S. Brophy USAR. 1988, second printing. Stackpole Books. Red Cloth covers with

Lot: 143 - The Springfield 1903 Rifles 1988, 2nd Printing

The Springfield 1903 Rifles, The Illustrated, Documented Story of the Design, Development, and Production of all the Models of Appendages, and Accessories by William S. Brophy USAR. 1988, second printing. Stackpole Books. Red Cloth covers with

Lot: 144 - Confederate Carbines and Musketoons SIGNED

Confederate Carbines and Musketoons by John M. Murphy. 1986. Inscribed and signed by the author on verso of illustrated front endsheet. 248 pp. Printed by Taylor Publishing Co., Dallas, Texas. Illustrated with drawings and photos. Gray cloth with

Lot: 145 - Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle by Kindig 1971

Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle In Its Golden Age by Joe Kindig, Jr. Longrifle Series. 1971, third printing, with dust jacket. 561 pp. Illustrated. George Shumway Publisher, York, Pennsylvania. Cloth covers with gilt lettering on spine. Bumped

Lot: 146 - The Mantons: Gunmakers by Neal and Back 1967

The Mantons: Gunmakers by W. Keith Neal and D. H. L. Back. 1967 first American edition, with dust jacket unclipped protected by mylar. Walker and Co., New York. 300 pp. Blue cloth with gilt design and lettering. Front cover scarred above design.

Lot: 147 - The Mantons: Gunmakers by Neal and Back 1967

The Mantons: Gunmakers by W. Keith Neal and D. H. L. Back. 1967 first American edition, with dust jacket clipped protected by mylar. Walker and Co., New York. 300 pp. Title page dog-eared lower corner. Blue cloth with gilt design and lettering. 2

Lot: 148 - Trapdoor Springfield by Waite and Ernst 1980 (2)

Two stated first editions of Trapdoor Springfield by M. D. 'Bud' Waite and B. C. Ernst. 1980, with unclipped dust jackets. Beinfeld Publishing. 213 pp. Illustrated with photos. Cloth covers with gilt lettering on spine. One book has owner notes and

Lot: 149 - Springfield .45 - 70 and Book II SIGNED LMTD

The .45 - 70 Springfield and Book II. Both hand numbered 340 of 1000 and author signed on these special first edition copies. 1980 and 1997. Frasca Publishing Co. Owner notes inside front cover and endsheet of first book and a few notes within text.

Lot: 150 - Waffen gravuren 1977 Goldschmidt

Kunstlerische Waffen gravuren Ferlacher Meister, Friedrich Goldschmidt. (German Language).1977, with dust jacket clipped. 269 pp. with 8 pp. color insert at page 240. Browning at page surround with a few spots throughout. Measures 11.75 in. x 8.5 in.

Lot: 151 - Remington Rolling Block Pistols SIGNED

Remington Rolling Block Pistols by Jerry Landskron. 1981. Rolling Block Press, Buena Park, California. Hand-numbered 104 of 500 copies and author signed on colophon page. 296 pp. Illustrated with photos. Owner name inside front cover. Gilt design and

Lot: 152 - Marco E. Nobili Modern Engravings SIGNED

Marco E. Nobili; Il Grande Libro Delle Incisioni, Modern Engravings Real Book. Author signed on half title page. 1994 Terza Edizione with dust jacket unclipped. 397 pp. Cover and spine gilt lettering. Corners and edges bumped. Stain on lower page

Lot: 153 - Marco E. Nobili Modern Engravings 1992

Marco E. Nobili; Il Grande Libro Delle Incisioni, Modern Engravings Real Book. 1992. 367 pp. Terza Edizione with dust jacket unclipped. Cover and spine gilt lettering. English and Italian text. Measures 11.375 in. x 8.5 in. x 1.25 in. If lot is

Lot: 154 - Marco E. Nobili Modern Engravings 1992

Marco E. Nobili; Il Grande Libro Delle Incisioni, Modern Engravings Real Book. 1992. 367 pp. Terza Edizione with dust jacket unclipped. Cover and spine gilt lettering. English and Italian text. Measures 11.375 in. x 8.5 in. x 1.25 in. If lot is

Lot: 155 - Firearms (8) Books

Group of eight books on firearms. Includes: 1) The Rifled Musket by Claud E. Fuller. 1958. 2) American British and Continental Pepperbox Firearms by Jack Dunlap. 1964. 3) Gun Powder, Cans and Kegs by Ted and David Bacyk, and Tom Rowe. 1998. Signed

Lot: 156 - The Art of Miniature Firearms 1999

The Art of Miniature Firearms. 1999, with dust jacket unclipped. Miniature Arms Society. 332 pp. plus index. Color photos. Measures 12.5 in. x 9.5 in. x 1 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email.

Lot: 157 - Great Book Wildfowl Decoys 1990

The Great Book of Wildfowl Decoys. 1990, with dust jacket unclipped. 320 pp. with color illustrations and photos. General Editor Joe Engers and Photography by Bill Buckner. Large book measures 14.5 in. x 10.75 in. x 1.75 in. If lot is absent of a

Lot: 158 - Great Book Wildfowl Decoys 1990

The Great Book of Wildfowl Decoys. 1990, with dust jacket unclipped. 320 pp. with color illustrations and photos. General Editor Joe Engers and Photography by Bill Buckner. Large book measures 14.5 in. x 10.75 in. x 1.75 in. If lot is absent of a

Lot: 159 - Histoire de La Revolution 1832, 3rd Edition (10 V)

Histoire de La Revolution par M. A. Theirs. 1832, third edition (French). 10 Volume complete set. Paris, France. Owner bookplate inside front cover of each. Illustrated with numerous engravings. Spotting and browning. Marbled boards with leather gilt

Lot: 160 - The .600 Nitro Express by Pappas SIGNED

The .600 Nitro Express, A Look at the World's Finest Rifles by Cal Pappas. Author signed on front endsheet. 2009, with dust jacket unclipped (scratch to jacket on front lower right). Published by author. 194 pp. with illustrations. Measures 11.25 in.

Lot: 161 - The .600 Nitro Express by Pappas SIGNED

The .600 Nitro Express, A Look at the World's Finest Rifles by Cal Pappas. Author signed on front endsheet. 2009, with dust jacket unclipped. Published by author. 194 pp. with illustrations. Measures 11.25 in. x 8.875 in. x .75 in. If lot is absent

Lot: 162 - Guns and Rifles (9) Books

Group of nine books of guns and rifles. Includes: 1) Burmingham Gunmakers by Douglas Tate. 1997, with dust jacket unclipped. Lower corners bumped. 2) Rare Ancient Firearms compiled by Dexter. Limited signed and numbered only edition. 1954, first and

Lot: 163 - Holland and Holland (3) Books

Group of three books of Holland and Holland. Includes: Gun and Rifle Manufacturers. Grand Prix, Paris 1900, reprinted 1990 by Armory Publications. ... and more. Group measures 11.25 in. x 9 in. x 2 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a

Lot: 164 - A. W. F. Taylerson; 3 Book Collection, Revolvers

A collection of three books on revolvers by A. W. F. Taylerson. Includes: The Revolver 1818 - 1865. 1868, with dust jacket clipped; The Revolver 1865 - 1888. 1966, with dust jacket unclipped. Covers water-stained and internal pages are clean; The

Lot: 165 - Wildlife and Animals (11) Books

Group of eleven hardcover and softcover books of wildlife and animals. Includes: 1) The Black Bear by William H. Wright. 1910. Lower edge stained. 2) The Bunch Book by James Douglas. 3) Rocky Mountain Bighorns by Kay McDearmon (2) 1980 with dust

Lot: 166 - History of the Colt Revolver by Beldon SEALED

History of the Colt Revolver by Frank A. Beldon. PUBLISHER SEALED. Publisher and date unknown. Red leather with gilt design and lettering. Gilt page surround. Five raised bands. Measures 11 in. x 8.25 in. x 2.25 in. If lot is absent of a condition

Lot: 167 - Pistols and Guns (5) Books

Group of five books of pistols and guns. Includes: 1) One Hundred Great Guns by Merrill Lindsay. Three books all with dust jackets and some fading to covers. 2) Pistols of the World by Claude Blair. 1968, with dust jacket unclipped. ... and more.

Lot: 168 - United States Military Small Arms 1816-1865

United States Military Small Arms 1816 - 1865 by Robert M. Reilly. 1970, with dust jacket unclipped. This is a limited edition hand-numbered 231 of 2000. The Eagle Press, Baton Rouge, LA. 275 pp. profusely illustrated. Measures 12.5 in. x 9 in. x 1

Lot: 169 - Big Game (6) Books

Group of six books of Big Game. Includes: 1) The Big Game Animals of North America by Jack O'Connor. 1964, third printing. 2) The Deer Book. 1986, fourth edition. ... and more. Group measures 10 in. x 13 in. x 8 in. If lot is absent of a condition

Lot: 170 - Maritime Notes and Queries 1873 and 1875

Maritime Notes and Queries Volume I, 1873 and Volume II, 1875. Sir William Mitchell, editor. Volume I, 228 pp. plus 8 pp. Cover and endsheets appear water stained. Volume II, 184 pp. plus 2 pp. Both are cracking at hinges. Internal pages slightly

Lot: 171 - Text Book of Small Arms 1909

Text Book of Small Arms 1909. His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1909. 272 pp. with index. Profusely illustrated with illustrated plates, fold-outs and diagrams. Red blind-stamped covers with gilt lettering on spine. Discoloration to covers and

Lot: 172 - The Old Guard 1900 SIGNED

Memoirs, By-Laws, Roster and Album of the 'Old Guard,' by E. W. Cottrell. January 1990. Personal copy signed 'Ellery Irving Garfield' on front endsheet. His picture with bio appears on page 38. 147 pp. Measures 9 in. x 6.5 in. x 1 in. If lot is

Lot: 173 - Salamina by Rockwell Kent SIGNED

Salamina by Rockwell Kent. Signed on front endsheet. 1935, stated first edition with illustrations. Harcourt, Brace and Company, New York. 336 pp. Pages evenly browned. Covers scuffed and bumped. Measures 8.75 in. x 6.25 in. x 1.25 in. If lot is

Lot: 174 - Firearms (7) Books

Group of seven books of firearms. Includes: 1) The .45 - 70 Springfield Book II. Publisher sealed. 2) Springfield Armory by Ball. 3) A Treatise on the Snider. ... and more. Group measures 12.25 in. x 9.25 in. x 6.5 in. If lot is absent of a condition

Lot: 175 - Classified Directory of Artists' Signatures

The Classified Directory of Artists Signatures, Symbols and Monograms by H. H. Caplan. Paul Grahame Publishing Co. April 1985. 873 pp. Blue cover with gilt lettering. Cover scuffed and front lower corner bumped. Measures 12 ion. x 8.5 in. x 2.25 in.

Lot: 176 - Louis Napoleon and His Times 1855 and More (2)

Two books; Louis Napoleon and His Times: with Notices of his writings; A Memoir of the Bonaparte Family by Henry W. De Puy. 1855. Phinney and Co., Buffalo. 432 pp. with frontispiece portrait. Blind-stamped covers with gilt design and lettering.

Lot: 177 - Brechin Castle Slave Report February 1830

Brechin Castle Slave Report for February 1830. Detailed reporting on 4 pages. Measures 13 in. x 8 in. each. Plastic portfolio cover contains 2 pages on each side. Cover measures 16.5 in. x 20.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna

Lot: 178 - The Steel Trap in North America by Gerstell

The Steel Trap in North America by Richard Gerstell. 1985. Stackpole Books. 352 pp. Illustrated. Cloth covers with brown lettering. Lower front corner bumped. Markings on covers. Measures 11.25 in. x 8.75 in. x 1 in. If lot is absent of a condition

Lot: 179 - Bureau American Ethnology 1887-88; 1892

Ninth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1887 - 88. J. W. Powell. Government Printing Office. 1892. 617 pp. Profusely illustrated. Also, 8 numbered plates of maps and costume. Measures

Lot: 180 - Americana (2) Books

Americana two books. Includes: 1) Calvacade of the Rails by Frank P. Morse. 1940, stated first edition. 370 pp. Measures 9.5 in. x 6.5 in. x 1.75 in. 2) Western Traditions. Contemporary Artists of the American West by Michael Duty and Suzanne Deats.

Lot: 181 - Perazzi Shotguns by Lippard and More ( 7)

Group of seven softcover catalogues. Perazzi Shotguns by Karl C. Lippard. 1994. Vietnam Marine Publications. Softcover. Measures 8.5 in. x 7.5 in. x .25 in.; English Pistols by Blackmore and more. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition

Lot: 182 - Art of Africa 1993 Kerchache

Art of Africa by Jacques Kerchache, Jean - Louis Paudrat and Lucien Stephan. 1993, with dust jacket unclipped. Harry N. Abrams Inc. 1069 photographs including 248 plates in full color and . English edition. 619 pp. Cloth cover with gilt lettering

Lot: 183 - Kombinations Waffen; Lewerken 1989

Kombinations Waffen by H. W. Lewerken. (German language). 1989, with dust jacket unclipped. 308 pp. Illustrated. Cloth blind-stamped cover. Half title page scuffed. Jacket scuffed with tears. Measures 12 in. x 9.75 in. x 1 in. If lot is absent of a

Lot: 184 - Venus in Furs 1947 Review Copy

Venus in Furs by Leopold Sacher-Masoch. Review Copy, 1 of 10 unnumbered copies. Inscribed. 1947. Sylvan Press Inc. 140 pp. Wear to cover edges and corners. Measures 10.75 in. x 8.5 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 185 - Beasts in Heraldry by Angel 1974 LTD SIGNED

Beasts in Heraldry illustrated by Marie Angel. Signed and numbered 67/100 on colophon page. 1974. The Stephen Greene Press, Brattleboro, Vermont. Unpaginated. Parchment boards with gilt lettering. Blue clamshell box with pasted down illustrated

Lot: 186 - Faces and Facts by Willis Birchman LTD ED

Faces and Facts by and About 26 Contemporary Artists with biographies by Willis Birchman. Edition Limited. Presentation Copy 1/26. Privately Printed. 1937. Unpaginated. Measures 8.75 in. x 6.75 in. x .5 in. Cloth boards. Provenance: Amity Art

Lot: 187 - Ludwig Schwerin Das Buch Tobias 1937

Ludwig Schwerin Das Buch Tobias. 1937. Illustrated. Text in German. Judische Buch - Verinigung, Berlin. 78 pp. Paper boards. Cracked hinges. Tape repair inside front hinge. Tape repair spine. Measures 11 in. x 1 in. x .5 in. Provenance: Amity Art

Lot: 188 - New England History (5) Illustrated Booklets

Group of five illustrated booklets of New England's history. Includes Dartmouth, Andover and New Bedford. 1) Dartmouth Tercentenary 1664-1964 Souvenir Booklet. 2) Historic Andover 325th Anniversary. ... and more. Group measures 11 in. x 8.5 in. x 2

Lot: 189 - Society of Colonial Wars; Colorado 1897

Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Colorado. April 1st, 1897. Denver, Colorado. Press of Calhoun and Holmes. 74 pp. Inscription front flyleaf. Owner bookplate inside front cover. Front endsheet detached. Front hinge cracked and nearly detached.

Lot: 190 - Uniforms of the British Army by Lawson 1940-41

A History of the Uniforms of the British Army by Cecil C. P. Lawson. Volume 1 and 2 bound in one. 1940-41. Peter Davies, London. Color frontispiece with many illustrations throughout both volumes. 16 pp. plus 213 pp. in volume 1; volume 2 begins with

Lot: 191 - Fishing Hatches and Fly-Tyer's Guide (2) Books

Fishing Hatches and Fly Tyer's Guide books. Includes: 1) Hatches by Al Caucci and Bob Nastasi. 1975, with dust jacket clipped. Comparahatch, Ltd., Publisher, New York. 320 pp. Blue cloth covers with silver lettering. Measures 11.25 in. x 8.75 in. 2)

Lot: 192 - Longing for Darkness 1975 First Edition

Longing for Darkness by Peter Beard. 1975, stated First Edition with dust jacket unclipped. Harcourt Brace, New York. 168 drawings, 160 photographs, and 15 pages in color. Unpaginated, pages tight and clean. Dust jacket tattered and torn. Cloth cover

Lot: 193 - Alaska and Pacific Northwest (3) Softcover Books

Group of three softcover books of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. Includes: 1) Boats of Alaska by Pedro Denton. Inscribed and signed 'Fair skies and calm seas to you. Pedro' inside front cover. 2) Baidarka, The Kayak by George Dyson. 3) Baleen

Lot: 194 - Nineteenth Century Books (2)

Group of two nineteenth century books. Includes: 1) Punch, Volume 72. 1877. Published at the Office, London. 312 pp. Cloth blind-stamped covers with gilt design. Covers and spine have detached. Measures 11 in. x 8.5 in. x 1 in. 2) Sordello,

Lot: 195 - Theatre and Arts (4) Books

Group of four books of arts and theatre. Includes: 1) The Art in Painting by Albert C. Barnes. 1937, third edition. Harcourt, Brace and Company. 2) Art Nouveau by Renato Barilli. 1969, with dust jacket clipped. Paul Hamlyn Publishers. 3) The Art of

Lot: 196 - Militaria Books (7)

Group of seven books of Militaria. Includes: 1) Ohio at Vicksburg by W. P. Gault. 1906. 2) European Arms and Armor by Ashdown. 1995, with dust jacket unclipped. ... and more. Large group measures 10.75 in. x 12 in. x 10 in. If lot is absent of a

Lot: 197 - The Pilgrim's Progress of John Bunyan

The Pilgrim's Progress and Other Works of John Bunyan with an Original Memoir by The Rev Geo: B, Cheever, D, D. Undated. William MacKenzie, Glasgow, Edinburgh, London. Printed in Glasgow. Illustrated through out text with half-title, title, 30 full

Lot: 198 - Undying Faces by Ernst Benkard 1929

Undying Faces, A Collection of Death Masks by Ernst Benkard. 1929. W. W. Norton and Co., New York. 118 pp. plus 112 bw plates. Cloth covers with gilt lettering. Protective dust jacket. Light browning. Measures 10 in. x 7 in. x 1.5 in. Provenance:

Lot: 199 - An Apology for the Beard by Magister 1862

An Apology for the Beard; Addressed to Men in General, to the Clergy in Particular by Artium Magister. 1862. Rivingtons, London. 96 pp. with some markings at margins. Detached from paperboards. Wear to lettering on boards and the back board is

Lot: 200 - Masks and Faces (7) Books

Group of seven books of masks and faces. Includes: 1) Two copies of Masks by Jamie Shalleck. 1973, with dust jackets unclipped . Red cloth covers. Some scuffing. Measures 8.75 in. x 8.25 in. x .75 in. each. 2) Two copies of The Human Face by John

Lot: 201 - Odor Control and Olfaction by Cox 1975

Odor Control and Olfaction by James P. Cox. 1975 First Printing. 490 pp. with illustrations and data sheets. Blue cloth with gilt lettering. Light spotting inside front cover and ff. Light scuffing on back cover. Measures 11.25 in. x 8.75 in. x 1.375

Lot: 202 - Our Noses by Wilsey Martin 1893

Our Noses by Wilsey Martin. Laureate to Ye Sette of Odd Volumes. 1893. Privately printed Bedford Press. Opuscula No. XXXII. Limited to 199 copies, this copy being unnumbered. 103 pp. Soft cover with blue paper wrap. Cover split front and back.

Lot: 203 - The Scent of Flowers and Leaves by Hampton 1925

The Scent of Flowers and Leaves, Its Purpose and Relation to Man by F. A. Hampton. 1925. Dulau and Company, LTD., London. 135 pp. Measures 7.5 in. x 5.125 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot

Lot: 204 - Noses ( 4) Books; Harold Holden (2 SIGNED)

Group of four books of noses by Harold M. Holden. Two are inscribed and signed on the inside front cover. Includes: Four 1950 editions of Noses (two inscribed and signed on inside front cover); two with dust jackets, clipped. Each measures 8.625 in,.

Lot: 205 - Aromatics, Scents and Smell (12) Books

Group of twelve books of aromatics, scents and smell. Includes: 1) Two 1923 editions of Aromatics by Dan McKenzie, M. D. William Heinemann, London. 2) Two 1946, first editions with dust jackets clipped of The Subtle Sense by Ralph Bienfang. 3) Odors

Lot: 206 - Laughing and Laughter (2) George Vasey and More

Group of two books of laughing and laughter. Includes: 1) The Philosophy of Laughter and Smiling by George Vasey. 1877. Ex-library. 194 pp. Illustrated. Measures 7.375 in. x 5 in. x .875 in. 2) Laughing, An Essay by Martin Armstrong. 1928, with dust

Lot: 207 - The History of Court Fools by Doran 1858

The History of Court Fools by Dr. Doran. 1858. Richard Bentley, London. 389 pp. plus publisher ad. Front hinge cracked. Cover blind-stamped with gilt lettering and design. Corners bumped and covers scuffed. Edge wear. Measures 8 in. x 5.25 in. x 1

Lot: 208 - First Edition / First Printing (10) Furst and More

Group of ten first edition or first printing books. Includes: 1) The Paris Drop by Alan Furst. 1980, stated first edition with dust jacket unclipped. 2) Incredible Coincidence by Alan Vaughan. 1979, stated first edition with dust jacket unclipped.

Lot: 209 - Medical / Social (9) Books

Group of nine books of medical and social service books. Includes: !) Four Thousand Years of Pharmacy by Wall. 1927. 2) Science and Secrets of Early Medicine by Thorwald. 1963 first American edition. 3) Eradicating Plague from San Francisco. 1909.

Lot: 210 - Non-Fiction (9) Books

Group of nine non-fiction books. Includes: 1) Natural History of the Ancients by Watkins. 1896. 2) The History of Punch. 1969. 3) Animals and the Origin of Dance by Lonsdale. 1981. ... and more. Group measures 9.5 in. x 9 in. x 10 in. Provenance:

Lot: 211 - Superstitions and Legends (10) Books

Group of ten books of superstitions and legends. Includes: 1) From the History of Human Folly by Rath-Vegh. 1963. 2) Phantoms of the Deep. 1903. W. B. Conkey publisher. No author listed. 3) Storyology by Taylor. 1900. ... and more. Group measures 9.5

Lot: 212 - Trade and Industry (13) Books

Group of thirteen books of trade and industry. Includes: 1) The Ice Crop by Hiles. 1893. 2) The Shepherd's Manual by Stewart. 1907. 3) The Career of a Banker. 1945. ... and more. Group measures 9 in. x 8 in. x 10 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell

Lot: 213 - Ornithology Booklets (5)

Group of five ornithology booklets. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is

Lot: 214 - Songbooks and Music (8) Booklets

Group of eight booklets of songbooks and music. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion

Lot: 215 - Emil Reicke Der Gelehrte 1900

Emil Reicke (Reicte) Der Gelehrte in Der Deutschen Vergangenheit. 1900. Leipzig. (German Language). 143 pp. Illustrated. Large water staining at page edges. Some pages more severe than others. Cloth covers with design pasted down. Covers rubbed, worn

Lot: 216 - Der Gottliche Schelm 1954 Jung, Kerenyi, Radin

Der Gottliche Schelm (The Divine Rogue) Ein Indianischer Mythen Zyklus von C. G. Jung, Karl Kerenyi, Paul Radin. German. 1954. Mylar protector and sleeve. Rhein - Verlag Zurich. Facsimile signatures on title page of all three. 219 pp. with no

Lot: 217 - Frederick J. H. Merrill Geologic Maps of New York

Circa 1898. Frederick J. H. Merrill (American born in New York, 1861 - 1916) Geologic Maps of New York. Group of five. University of the State of New York. New York State Museum. Frederick J. H. Merrill, Director and State Geologist. Each color coded

Lot: 218 - Patents Trade-Marks Design Patents 1913

Patents Trade-Marks Design Patents by Henry C. Thomson. 1913. Bellevue Publishing Co. Illustrated leather over boards. Laid in is a 4-page booklet 'Trade-Marks and Copyrights, Are they Similar or Different?' also by Henry C. Thomson and printed for

Lot: 219 - Eunice Ingham, Feet Can Tell and Have Told (2)

Eunice D. Ingham, group of two. Stories the Feet Can Tell, 1938 twentieth printing; and Stories the Feet Have Told, 1958 fourth printing. Both hardbacks. Gilt lettering and design covers. Group measures 9.25 in. x 6.25 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate

Lot: 220 - Relacion De La Valerosa Defensa 1754 RARE

RARE Relacion de la valerosa defensa de los naturales bisayas del Pueblo de Palampong en la Ysa de Leyte de la Provincia de Catbalogan enlas Yslas Philipinas, que hicieron contra las armas mahometanas de Ylanos y Malanoaos, en el mes de iunio de

Lot: 221 - The Gold Fish of Gran Chimu by Lummis SIGNED

The Gold Fish of Gran Chimu by Charles R. Lummis. 1911, signed on the front endsheet 'Regards of Chas. F. Lummis'. A. C. McClurg and Co., Chicago. 126 pp. Measures 7 in. x 5 in. x .625 in. Covers rubbed and spine edges, corners bumped. Provenance:

Lot: 222 - Charlatans, Grete De Francesco 1937, 1939

The Power of the Charlatan by Grete de Francesco. Original and translated versions. Illustrated. 1) Die Macht des Charlatans. 1937 with unclipped dust jacket. Switzerland. 257 pp. Navy blue cloth with some fading. Illustrated. Measures 9.75 in. x

Lot: 223 - The Great Formosan Imposter SIGNED

The Great Formosan Imposter by Frederic J. Foley, S. J. 1968. Jesuit Historical Institute. 1968. Author signed title page. Dust jacket unclipped. Owner bookplate front endsheet. Owner name and stamps front endsheet. 126 pp. Measures 9.25 in. x 6.25

Lot: 224 - Change of Air by James Johnson 1831

Change of Air or the Philosophy of Travelling by James Johnson. 1831. Samuel Wood and Sons, New York. 326 pp. plus publisher ads. Blue boards. Browning and spotting. Measures 8.625 in. x 5.5 in. x .875 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson,

Lot: 225 - Emil Vachek 1931 SIGNED

Emil Vachek 1931 signed on half title page. Sup roman. Druzstevni Prace. (Foreign language). 355 pp. Leather cover with gilt design, lettering and top edge. Six raised bands. Measures 7.5 in. x 5.25 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson,

Lot: 226 - The Price Of Power by Jim Christy SIGNED

The Price of Power, A Biography of Charles Eugene Bedaux by Jim Christy. Signed on title page.1984, stated first edition with dust jacket unclipped. 342 pp. Black cover with white lettering. Measures 9.25 in. x 6.25 in. x 1.25 in. Provenance: Estate

Lot: 227 - Mary De Clifford by Brydges 1850

Mary De Clifford; A Story. By Sir Regerton Brydges. 1850. George Slater, London. Softcover, blue wrap. 80 pp. Book measures 7.25 in. x 4.875 in. x .25 in. and is protected with a portfolio which measures 9 in. x 6.75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell

Lot: 228 - Lectures Instructives Et Amusantes 1860

Lectures Instructives Et Amusantes Sur Diverses Inventions, Decouvertes, etc. par F. P. B. 1860. Paris. 120 pp. (French). Paper boards. Owner markings inside covers and front endsheet. Bookstore sticker inside front cover. Measures 7 in. x 4.375 in.

Lot: 229 - Operette Del Signor Bernardo Davanzati 1779

SCARCE EDITION Operette Del Signor Bernardo Davanzati Gentiluomo Fiorentino Edizione III, Tomo I and Tomo II bound in one book. 1779. (Italian) Francesco Calderoni, Livorno. Frontispiece portrait and one fold-out chart. Tome I, 134 pp. and Tome II,

Lot: 230 - Symphonic Prose by Karrakis 1951 SIGNED

Symphonic Prose by Karrakis. Registered Number 19 of 500 copies. Signed 'Karrakis' on colophon page. Paul Kay Publication. Green boards with black lettering. Worn with bumped corners. Blind stamped at lower edge of frontispiece. Hinges cracked and

Lot: 231 - Government and Politics (10) Books

Group of ten books of government and politics. Includes: 1) John Hanson; Our First President by Seymour Wemyss Smith. 1932. 140 pp. Illustrated. 2) The Devil Learns to Vote; The Story of Montana by Christopher P. Connolly. 1938. 3) Misinforming a

Lot: 232 - Doktor Faustus by Thomas Mann 1947

Doktor Faustus by Thomas Mann. 1947, unstated first edition. Bermann - Fischer Verlag, Stockholm. (German). No dust jacket. Cloth cover with gilt lettering. 773 pp. Owner notes back flyleaf, endsheet and inside back cover. Measures 7.75 in. x 4.75

Lot: 233 - Vintage Advertising Blotters (10)

Ten vintage blotters. They measure approximately 3.25 x 6 inches. Condition varies. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email.

Lot: 234 - 1894 Biggle Horse Book Salesman Sample

1894 The Farm Journal Biggle Horse Book salesman sample booklet. Measures 5.75 x 3.875 inches. Excellent condition, no writing inside whatsoever with rusted staples. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 235 - Ernest Lavisse (French Historian, 1842-1922) ALS

Ernest Lavisse (French Historian, 1842-1922) autograph letter signed (ALS). Excellent condition. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via

Lot: 236 - Antique Religious Leaves and Plates

A group of sixteen pages printed with three book plates or embellished prints. They measure 4.25 x 2.625 inches to 7 x 5.5 inches. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a

Lot: 237 - Japan Air Lines International Date Line Certs

Four vintage Japan Air Lines certificates for crossing the International Date Line. All four are mint in two original envelopes. They measure 8.5 x 11.125 inches. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 238 - The Bligh Notebook (2 V) Ca. 1986

The Bligh Notebook and Log Book in two volumes. Publisher Sealed. Circa 1986. National Library of Australia. Also, The Wanted List in accompanied envelope (unsealed). Measures 10 in x 6.5 in. x 1 in. and 6.75 in. x 4.25 in. x .75 in. Provenance:

Lot: 239 - Coronet Memories 1899 Inscribed

Coronet Memories. Log of schooner-yacht Coronet from 1893-1899. F. Tennyson Neely. London, New York, Chicago. 1899. Inscribed on front endsheet 'Col. Hunter C. Chase with constant appreciation Leo B. Spalding Jr. Dec 25, 99 ('Part VII'). Illustrated

Lot: 240 - Social and Political (8) Books

Group of eight social and political books. Includes: 1) Uncle Sham by Gauba. 2) Plato by Lane Cooper. 1941. 3) Insul by Forrest McDonald. 4) American Demagogues by Reinhard H. Luthin. 1954 with dust jacket unclipped. ... and more. Group measures 9.5

Lot: 241 - American Humane Education Society Publications

Specimen Copies of Fifty Publications of the American Humane Education Society and of the Massachusetts S. P. C. A. Early 20th Century publications bound in cloth covers. Front hinge is cracked and the first leaflet is torn. This collection of

Lot: 242 - The Camel by George P. Marsh 1856

The Camel; His Organization Habits and Uses Considered with Reference to His Introduction Into The United States by George P. Marsh. 1856. Gould and Lincoln, Boston. Cloth covers worn and bubbled. 224 pp. Measures 7.625 in. x 4.625 in. x .75 in.

Lot: 243 - Lights and Shadows by Clark 1847 1st Ed

Lights and Shadows of Sailor Life as Exemplified in Fifteen Years' Experience, Including the More Thrilling Events of the U. S. Exploring Expedition and Reminiscences of an Eventful Life on the 'Mountain Wave' by Joseph G. Clark. 1847. This is an

Lot: 244 - Tales of To-day and Modern Facts 1825

SCARCE Tales of To-day and Modern Facts. Published by the proprietors and sold by Knight and Lacey, London. Six engravings. 232 pp. Bookplate inside front cover. Marbled covers and endsheets. Leather spine with gilt lettering, design and top edge.

Lot: 245 - Young Men and Young Women by Reavis 1871

Thoughts for The Young Men and for The Young Women of America by L. U. Reavis. 1871. Samuel R. Wells, New York. 62 pp. plus 40 pp. plus 4 pp. publisher ads. Browning and spotting. Cloth with gilt lettering and page surround. Hinges cracked. Covers

Lot: 246 - The Landscape Annual for 1832 Italy

The Landscape Annual for 1832; The Tourist in Italy by Thoms Roscoe. 1832. Jennings and Chaplin, London. Illustrations by J. D. Harding. 286 pp. with 24 engravings (most with tissue guard). Browning and spotting. Original green covers and spine

Lot: 247 - Bookmaking, Printing and Collecting (9)

Group of nine books of bookmaking, book collecting and printing. Includes: 1) Canvassing Books by Keith Arbour. 1996. Haydn Foundation for Cultural Arts. 2) A Catfish in the Bodoni by Otto J. Boutin. Dust jacket clipped. 3) Critical Woodcuts by

Lot: 248 - Voodoo-EROS by Felix Bryk 1964

Voodoo-Eros by Felix Bryk. 1964 limited numbered edition of 500 copies. This copy is unnumbered. 251 pp. Measures 8.375 in. x 5.5 in. x .75 in. Small spot through page 14 at page edges. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books,

Lot: 249 - Limericks, Poetry and Verse (13)

Group of thirteen books of limericks, poetry and verse. Includes: 1) Anthology of Newspaper Verse for 1919 by Davis. 1920. 2) Summoned by Bells by Betjeman. Ex-Library. 1960. 3) Scattered Thoughts by Samuel H. Hamer. Signed 'Sincerely Yours SHH,

Lot: 250 - Curiosities and Delusions (7)

Group of seven books of curiosities, myth and delusions. Includes: 1) Numismatic Mythology by Jean B. Cammann. 1936. 2) Curiosities of Popular Customs by Walsh. Ex-Library. 1925. ... and more. Group measures 9 in. x 6.25 in. x 10 in. Provenance:

Lot: 251 - Smithsonian Photography Collection 1901-09

Group of Smithsonian Reports on Color Vision and Photography dating from 1901 - 1909 bound in one book. Includes color and black and white plates. Includes: 1) Color Photography by William J. Herschel 1902. 2) Recent Progress in Color Photography by

Lot: 252 - Non-Fiction (8) Various Topic Books

Group of eight various topic non-fiction books. Includes: 1) Overland with Kit Carson by Brewerton. 1930. 2) John Muir of Wall Street by Fuller. 1927. ... and more. Group measures 9.5 in. x 7 in. x 10 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson,

Lot: 253 - Proof Copy Invitation to Morocco by Landau

Proof Copy of Invitation to Morocco by Rom Landau. Faber and Faber Ltd. 302 pp. Softcover. Measures 8.5 in. x 5.5 in. x .625 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a

Lot: 254 - Crime, Plots and Mystery (9)

Group of nine books of crime, plots and mystery. Includes: 1) Abnormal Man by Arthur MacDonald. 1893. Softcover. 2) Plotto by William Wallace Cook. 1941, with Instruction book. 3) The Overbury Mystery by Parry. 1926. ... and more. Group measures 10

Lot: 255 - Uncorrected Proof Breaking Blue by Egan

Uncorrected Proof of Breaking Blue by Timothy Egan. Alfred A. Knopf. 263 pp. Measures 9 in. x 6 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be

Lot: 256 - Travel and Exploration (5) Wilkes and More

Group of six books of travel and exploration. Includes: 1) Old Panama and Castilla del Oro by Anderson. 1944. 2) The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes by Griggs. 1922. 3) Narrative of the United States' Exploring Expedition. 1845, condensed and abridged

Lot: 257 - Religion (9) Books

Group of nine books of religion. Includes: 1) The Life and Works of Flavius Josephus. 2) The American Sunday School and Its Adjuncts. 1856. ... and more. Group measures 11 in. x 10 in. x 10 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare

Lot: 258 - 19th Century (8) Books

Group of eight nineteenth century books of various topics. Includes: 1) Ladies Indispensable Assistant. 1852. 2) The Innocents Abroad by Twain. 1879. 3) The Life of Oliver Hazard Perry. 1821. ... and more. Group measures 11 in. x 7 in. x 9 in.

Lot: 259 - Enigmatical Entertainer No. 1-4

SCARCE The Enigmatical Entertainer; Four volumes bound in one by H. Scott (sticker on front inside cover). 1) No. 1, 1828. 30 pp. plus mathematical questions. 2) No. 2, 1829. Pages 31-90. 3) No. 3, 1830. Pages 91-150. 4) No. 4, 1831. Pages 151-166.

Lot: 260 - Northwest Native Americans (2)

Group of two softcover books of Northwest Native Americans. Includes: 1) The Swinomish Totem Pole Tribal Legends. 37 pp. with illustrations. Owner name and notes on front endsheets. Measures 6.5 in. x 4.5 in. 2) Tongues & Totems by Davis. 1974.

Lot: 261 - De Fremery Campbell 1969 Signed

De Fremery Campbell by Donald de Fremery. Inscribed 'For Victoria King, Don de Fremery' on front endsheet. 1969. Self published. Early West and Northwest history. 133 pp. with illustrations. Red cloth with gilt lettering. Measures 9.25 in. x 6.125

Lot: 262 - Limited Edition (12) Books

Group of twelve limited or special edition books of various topics. Some signed. Includes: 1) Harold Wave Whicker. 1967. 1/500 copies. Signed with inscription on front endsheet 'Meta Whicker '67'. 2) The House of Usna. 1903. Owner names front ff.

Lot: 263 - Dutch Dresses (Historical)

Dutch Dresses published by Van Rijkom Bros. Undated. Amsterdam. 12 pasted down photos. Accordion detached in one place. Captioned in Dutch and English. Folded in folio measures 15.25 in. x 3.5 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare

Lot: 264 - Guepin of Nantes; Presentation Copy 1874

Guepin of Nantes: A French Republican by M. L. P. 1874. National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Dyaton, Ohio. Inscribed on front endsheet 'To Allen Collier from John D. Gibson, Home Printer, National Home for DVS, Sept. 1884'. 47 pp. Measures

Lot: 265 - Small and Pocket Books (21)

Group of twenty-one various topic small and pocket books. Includes: The Dream City by Rose V. S. Berry 1915; The House by the Red Pump 1904; Etiquette for Americans 1909; Chicago Guide (missing map); The Standard Guide and Handbook of Rio de Janeiro

Lot: 266 - Various Topics (8) Hardcover Books

Group of eight various topic hardcover books. Includes: 1) An Essay on Taste by A. Gerard. 1971. Scolar Press. 2) Safety Pins by Christopher Morley. 1925, with dust jacket clipped. 3) A House Hunter in Europe. 1893. 4) House Mottoes and Inscriptions:

Lot: 267 - Group of Books (5) Gods

Group of five books of Gods. Includes: 1) The Metamorphosis of the Gods by Andre Malraux. 1960, dust jacket unclipped. 2) The Gods are a Thirst by Anatole France. 1927, illustrated edition. 3) Ye Gods! 1984, first edition with dust jacket unclipped.

Lot: 268 - Stories and Plays (5) Books

Group of five stories and plays. Includes: 1) The Great Tichburn Case, An Original Farce by William MacKay. 24 pp. Undated without cover or wrap. Measures 7 in. x 4.375 in. 2) Chrysis by Aeneas Silvivs Piccolomini. Texte par Andre Boutemy is

Lot: 269 - Illustrated and Art Books (11)

Group of eleven illustrated and art books. Includes: 1) Krusi's Drawing Synthetic Series. 1872. 2) Paul Simmel. Foreign language. Captioned illustrations. 1953. 3) Posters and Their Designers by Sydney R. Jones. 1924. ... and more. Group measures 14

Lot: 270 - Author Signed (13) Books

Group of thirteen author signed (some inscribed) books. Includes: 1) Widows by Ed. McBain. Inscribed 'To Russ - Best Wishes, Ed McBain' on half title page. 2) An Oregon Editor's (Putnam) Battle for Freedom of the Press by George Turnbull. Inscribed

Lot: 271 - Trade and Industry (8) Books

Group of eight books of trade and industry. Includes: 1) The Divining Hand by Christopher Bird. Paperback first edition. 1979. 2) Tilings and Patterns by Branko Grunbaum. 1987. 3) Pins and Pincushions by Longman and Loch. 1911. Illustrated with 43

Lot: 272 - Non-Fiction (10) Books

Group of ten non-fiction books. Includes: 1) William Cumming Sketchbook. Two 1984 editions. One with dust jacket unclipped. One without dust jacket. Light wear to edges on both and cover stain on edition without jacket. 2) Erchie My Droll Friend by

Lot: 273 - First Editions / First Published (8) Books

Group of eight first edition / first published books. Includes: 1) Mainly on the Air by Max Beerbohm. 1946, first published. Owner bookplate inside front cover and owner inscription front endsheet. 2) Conversation with the Earth. 1953, First American

Lot: 274 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate CIV 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate CIV. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 275 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate LXXXIII 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate LXXXIII. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection.

Lot: 276 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate LXVIII 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate LXVIII. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 277 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate CVIII 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate CVIII. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 278 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate LVI 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate LVI. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. Fold at center. Lower corners dog-eared, chipped and creased at lower left

Lot: 279 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate XII 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate XII. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. Fold at center. Chipping at edges. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc.

Lot: 280 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate XCI 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate XCI. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 281 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate XXX 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate XXX. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Taped at edges and center on verso. Provenance: Amity

Lot: 282 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate XI 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate XI. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Top center at fold chipped. Provenance: Amity Art

Lot: 283 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate XCIV 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate XCIV. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 284 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate LXXXI 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate LXXXI. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 285 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate LXXXV 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate LXXXV. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 286 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate CXXXV-C 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate CXXXV-C. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Corner chips and 6 in. horizontal tear upper right.

Lot: 287 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate CXXXII 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate CXXXII. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 288 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate V 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate V. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. Fold at center. Browning. Chipping at boarders. Dog-eared corners. Provenance:

Lot: 289 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate LV 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate LV. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may

Lot: 290 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate CXXXV 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate CXXXV. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Chips to top edge and lower corners dog-eared.

Lot: 291 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate XXII 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate XXII. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 292 - Civil War Atlas Map Plate LXXX 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate LXXX. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Lower corners browned. Provenance: Amity Art

Lot: 293 - Civil War Atlas Map CXXXV-B 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate CXXXV-B. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection.

Lot: 294 - Civil War Atlas Map XXXV 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate XXXV. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 295 - Civil War Atlas Map LXXVII 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate LXXVII. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 296 - Civil War Atlas Map XXIII 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate XXIII. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If

Lot: 297 - Civil War Atlas Map LXXIX 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate LXXIX. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Browned lower corners. Top center chip at edge.

Lot: 298 - Civil War Atlas Map CXXXIII 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate CXXXIII. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. Fold at center. Staining at lower edge. Provenance: Amity Art

Lot: 299 - Civil War Atlas Map LXVI 1861-1865

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of The Union and Confederate Armies 1861 -1865. Plate LXVI. Julius Bien and Company Lith. New York. Sheet measures 18.5 in. x 29.5 in. One fold at center. Browning and spotting. 1 inch tear at center.

Lot: 300 - The Lost Cause Sales Copy 1866

Sales Copy of The Lost Cause by Edward A. Polland. Order sheets are blank. Contains six plates and several pages of text. Measures 10 in. x 6.75 in. x .5 in. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If lot is absent of a condition report a

Lot: 301 - Africa and the American Flag by Foote 1854

Africa and the American Flag by Commander Andrew H. Foote. 1854. Contains 8 tinted lithographed plates, 390 pp. plus publisher ads. Pages browned with spotting. Hinges are not cracked and pages are tight. Brown cloth covers with gilt design and

Lot: 302 - Orders for the American Conflict Sales Copy

Sales Copy of Orders for the American Conflict Volume I by Horrace Greeley. Order sheets are blank. 1865. Contains 10 plates, several maps and sample text pages. Measures 9.875 in. x 6.625 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc.

Lot: 303 - History Civil War by Lossing (3 V) 1866

Pictorial History of The Civil War in the United States of America by Benson J. Lossing. Three volume set. Ex-Library. 1866. Profusely illustrated. Some pages are loose in volumes 1 and 3, however, all pages including endsheets appear present. The

Lot: 304 - Civil War (13) Books

Group of thirteen books of the American Civil War. Includes: 1) The Civil War 3 Volume Set by William Davis. These are paperbacks with slipcase. 2) Edwin Forbes' Life Studies of the Great Army by Dawson. Illustrations are loose. 3) Untold History of

Lot: 305 - Art and The Great War by Gallatin 1919

Art and The Great War by Albert Eugene Gallatin; with One Hundred Illustrations (3 tipped in color plates). Engravings by Beck Engraving Company. 1919. E. P. Dutton and Company, New York. Light browning and spotting. One inch tear page 23 outer edge.

Lot: 306 - Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates 1921

Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates. Fiction, Fact and Fancy concerning the Buccaneers and Marooners of the Spanish Main: From the writing and Pictures of Howard Pyle: Compiled by Merle Johnson. 1921 (DV). Harper and Brothers, New York. Profusely

Lot: 307 - The Beggar's Opera by John Gay 1937 ARTIST SIGNED

The Beggar's Opera by John Gay with a preface by A. P. Herbert and Lithographs by Mariette Lydis; signed by Lydis on colophon page. 1937, printed for the Limited Editions Club by G. Givone. #1302/1500. Measures 13.75 in. x 9.75 in. x .75 in.

Lot: 308 - Dante's Inferno by Dante Alighieri; Dore

Dante's Inferno by Dante Alighieri and illustrations with the designs of M. Gustave Dore. 70 full page illustrations plus frontispiece. New Edition, undated. Cassell, Petter, Galpin and Co. New York, London and Paris. Gilt page surround. Cracked

Lot: 309 - The Sermon on the Mount 1924 Limited Edition

The Sermon on the Mount. 1924. Limited Edition 1/190. Grabhorn Press, San Francisco, California. Roughcut (deckled) pages. Owner bookplate inside front cover and owner notes to top of front endsheet. Green boards with pastedown illustration on front

Lot: 309A - Illustrirte Pracht Bibel 1883

Illustrirte Pracht Bibel 1883. (German). Cranston and Stowe. Profusely illustrated throughout text and with full page color or black and white illustrations. Unique leather covers with gilt design and 4 raised bands. Gilt page surround. Edge-wear.

Lot: 309B - The Holy Bible 1876

The Holy Bible. 1876. Bible Dictionary and Cities of the Bible with thirteen hundred engravings. Recordings following the Matrimony pages have been removed. Unique leather covers with gilt design and 5 raised bands. Gilt page surround. Edge-wear.

Lot: 310 - First American Bible Leaf, 2nd Edition 1680

Custom framed leaf from the First American Bible, second edition 1680. With framed measures 17 in. x 11 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via

Lot: 311 - Uncle Tom's Cabin 1938 Artist Signed

Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Illustrated with 16 lithographs by Miguel Covarrubias. Signed and numbered on colophon page in back. Limited edition #903/1500 copies. 1938. Limited Editions Club, New York. 7 leaves dog-eared lower right

Lot: 312 - Illustrated Books (5) Lydis and More.

Group of five illustrated books. Includes: 1) The Claude Lorrain Album. 1971. 2) Mariette Lydis. 1945. Spine cover missing. Softcover. 3) Andre Lichtenberger; Angomar et Priscilla, Illustrations de Mariette Lydis. (Spot to first page and page

Lot: 313 - Switzerland and Geneva Savoy Alps Map

Switzerland and the Alps of Savoy and Piedmont map with an inset map of Geneva from Keith Johnston's General Atlas. Color. William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh. Circa 1851. Measures 19 in. x 24 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition

Lot: 314 - Demorest's Illustrated Monthly 1874

Demorest's Illustrated Monthly Magazines for the months of January 1874 through December 1874. All covers are present but spines are missing and all pages may not be present. Some fashion pages are loose and may be out of order. American News

Lot: 315 - Demorest's Illustrated Monthly 1882

Demorest's Illustrated Monthly magazine for the months January 1882 through December 1882. All covers and spines intact. Softcovers. Group measures 11.75 in. x 8.5 in. x 1.5 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be

Lot: 316 - Demorest's Illustrated Monthly 1887 (10 Issues)

Demorest's Illustrated Monthly Magazines. Missing are January and November 1887. All covers and spines intact. Softcovers. Group measures 11.75 in. x 8.5 in. x 1.25 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via

Lot: 317 - Demorest's Illustrated Monthly 1888

Demorest's Illustrated Monthly Magazines for the months of January 1888 through December 1888. All covers and spines intact. Softcovers. Group measures 11.5 in. x 8.5 in. x 1.5 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be

Lot: 318 - Keepsakes of California 50's (9)

The Book Club of California. Group of nine assorted years during the 1950's.; 'Keepsakes of California'. Most still mint in original envelopes. Group measures 9 in. x 12 in. x 1.5 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be

Lot: 319 - Keepsakes of California 50's (7)

The Book Club of California. Group of seven assorted years during the 1950's; 'Keepsakes of California'. Most still mint in original envelopes. Group measures 9 in. x 12 in. x 1 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be

Lot: 320 - Keepsakes of California 60's (8)

The Book Club of California. Group of eight assorted years during the 1960's; 'Keepsakes of California'. Most still mint in original envelopes. Group measures 9 in. x 12 in. x 1.75 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be

Lot: 321 - Keepsakes of California 70's (8)

The Book Club of California. Group of eight assorted years during the 1970's; 'Keepsakes of California'. Most still mint in original envelopes. Group measures 9 in. x 12 in. x 1.75 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be

Lot: 322 - Book Collector Articles

Over fifty book collector softcover magazines and articles. Includes: 1) The Collector; selection of 14 issues during the years 1935 - 1937 by Walter and Mary Benjamin. 2) Reading and Collecting; selection of 9 issues during the years 1937 - 1938 by

Lot: 323 - Queen-Rearing Books Beekeeping

Queen-Rearing Simplified by Jay Smith. 1923. The A. I. Root Co. Ohio, and Practical Queen-Rearing by Frank C. Pellett. 1918, second edition. American Bee Journal, Illinois. Measures 8 in. x 5.5 in. x .375 in. and 9.25 in. x 6.375 in. x .25 in. If lot

Lot: 324 - American Engravers 1994 (3 Volume Set)

American Engravers Upon Copper and Steel by David McNeely Stauffer, Mantle Fielding, and Thomas Hovey Gage in three volumes. 1994. Oak Knoll Books, New Castle, Delaware. No internal markings. Very clean. Cloth blue covers with black lettering. Volume

Lot: 325 - Dictionary of Miniaturists 1887-9 (3 Vol. Set)

A Dictionary of Miniaturists, Illuminators, Calligraphers, and Copyists by John W. Bradley. Three volume set. 1887 - 1889. Bernard Quartitich, London. Red cloth with leather spine. Gilt lettering and design. Edges worn with some small tears and

Lot: 326 - Railways (2) Books

Group of two books of railways. Includes: 1) The Biographical Directory of the Railway Officials of America. 1901. Measures 8.875 in. x 6.5 in. x 1.25 in. Owner note on front endsheet. 2) Who's Who in Railroading. 1949, Twelfth Edition. Measures 9

Lot: 327 - Nourathar by Greenewalt. 1946 Ltd. Ed.

Nourathar: The Fine Art of Light Color Playing by Mary Hallock Greenewalt. Limited edition #199/200 initial issue of 1000. 1946. Westbrook Publishing Co., Philadelphia, PA. Illustrated throughout text with drawings and with full page photographs.

Lot: 328 - French Gothic Sculpture by Bridaham 1930

Gargoyles, Chimeres, and the Grotesque in French Gothic Sculpture by Lester Burbank Bridaham. 1930. Architectural Book Publishing Co., Inc. 208 pp. of mostly photo illustrations. Light Yellowing at page edges. Dust jacket unclipped. Measures 12.75

Lot: 329 - Toulouse-Lautrec par Lapparent 1927

Toulouse-Lautrec par Paul De Lapparent. 1947. (French Edition). Les Editions Rieder, Paris. Forty black and white plates with description on opposite page. Paperwrap with back cover missing. Browning and spotting with some pages torn at edges.

Lot: 330 - Paradise Lost by Milton 1760

Paradise Lost: A Poem in Twelve Books by John Milton. 1760. Printed for C. Hitch and L. Hawes, and more. London. Twelve plates. Title page plus 70 pp. plus 1 pp. plus 350 pp. plus index. Leatherbound with 5 raised bands. Front cover is detached and

Lot: 331 - Manuel De Libraire, Brunet (8) 1922

Manuel De Libraire Et De Lamateur De Livres. Jacques-Charles Brunet. Tome 1-6 are dated 1922, Josef Altman, Berlin; Supplements are dated 1919 as reproduction facsimiles. (Foreign language). Cloth covers with leather label on spines. Group measures

Lot: 332 - Facsimile Books of Hours; Illuminated (6)

Group of six facsimile books of Hours. Illuminated illustrations with slipcases. Includes: 1) The Hours of Catherine of Cleves. Three books, two non-stated (1966) and the third stated second printing 1975. 359 pp. each. Measure 8.5 in. x 6 in. x 1.25

Lot: 332A - Collection of Miniatures by Reiss 1863

Collection of Miniatures reproduced in facsimile from original Manuscripts chiefly of the XIV and XV century by Henry (Heinrich) Reiss. 1863. Fifty-five color illuminations with gilt lettering below. The legend notes sixty. Sheets measure 8.875 x 6

Lot: 333 - Women Authored Non-Fiction Books (6)

Group of six women authored non-fiction books. Includes: 1) Early American Women Printers and Publishers by Leona M. Hudak. 1978. 2) The Elbert Hubbard I Knew by Mary Hubbard Heath. 1929. 3) The Story of a Pioneer by Anna Howard Shaw. Two 1915

Lot: 334 - The World as Will and Idea (3 Vol. Set) 1957

The World as Will and Idea by Arthur Schopenhauer. 1957, tenth impression. Three volume set. Routledge and Kegan Paul, London. Owner name front endsheets. Blue cloth covers with light scuffing. Group measures 8.5 in. x 5.5 in. x 3.5 in. Provenance:

Lot: 335 - Cecil B. De Mille Bookplates (2) Books

Cecil B. De Mille Bookplates on inside front covers of Ragionamenti or Dialogues of the Divine by Pietro Aretino (2 volumes, 6 dialogues). 1889. Isidore Liseux, Paris. English Translation. Hinges cracked. Roughcut (deckled) pages browned at edges.

Lot: 336 - Treasury of Irish Eloquence by Davis 1882

Treasury of Irish Eloquence by Thos. Davis and others. 1882. Murphy and McCarthy, Boston. Illustrated with portraits and scenes. 928 pp. Some staining to last few pages of book. Cloth cover with black and gilt design. Back cover stained. Measures 10

Lot: 337 - J. R. Abbey Reprints; Alan Wofsy Fine Arts 1991

J. R. Abbey reprints authorized by the trustees of J. R. Abbey and Dawsons. Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. 1991. San Francisco. Four volumes illustrated. Includes: 1) Scenery of Great Britain and Ireland, in aquatint and lithography 1770-1860. 556 works

Lot: 338 - Mapping by Carl I. Wheat; 5 Volumes in 6

Mapping The Transmississippi West: 1540-1861 by Carl I. Wheat. Five volumes in six complete with maps. Reprint of The Institute of Historical Cartography 1957-1963, San Francisco by Maurizio Martino. Limited to 350 copies. No internal markings. Very

Lot: 339 - Old Maps and Globes by Lister SIGNED

How to Identify Old Maps and Globes by Raymond Lister. Inscribed by author on front endsheet. 1965 with dust jacket unclipped. G. Bell and Sons, London. 256 pp. with illustrations. Blue cloth covers with silver and gold lettering and design on spine.

Lot: 340 - Old Maps and Their Makers by Holman

Old Maps and Their Makers by Louis Arthur Holman. 1936, third revised edition. #68 of a limited edition of 500 copies. The Malcolm Roberts Publishing Co., Memphis. 67 pp. Measures 8 in. x 5.5 in. x .25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson,

Lot: 340A - Atlas Siberia and North America by Yefimov

Atlas of Geographical Discoveries in Siberia and North Western America, 17th - 18th Centuries. Edited by Prof. A. V. Yefimov. 1964. Nauka Publishing House, Moscow. Russian and English. The Academy of Sciences of the USSR. 194 illustrations, many of

Lot: 340B - Mapping of Australia and Antarctica, Tooley 1985

The Mapping of Australia and Antarctica by R. V. Tooley. 1985, second revised edition with dust jacket unclipped. 256 plates. 649 pp. Green cloth with gilt lettering. Tight clean pages. Measures 10 in. x 7.75 in. x 2 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell

Lot: 340C - Maps and Map Making (9) Books

Group of nine books of maps and map making. Includes: 1) Two 1978 editions. The Compleat Plattmaker by Norman Thrower. 2) Proceedings of the Vinland Map Conference by Washburn. 1971. 3) American Maps and Mapmakers by Ristow. 1986. ... and more. Group

Lot: 340D - South America Map and Illustrations - Colburn (3)

South America Map with two illustrations published by Henry Colburn. 1838 -1839. Includes: 1) Chart of a Port of South America published by Henry Colburn. 1939. Sheet measures 12 in. x 9.125 in. 2) Corcovado Mountain, Rio de Janeiro published by

Lot: 340E - Maps and Mapmaking (8)

Group of eight books of maps and mapmaking. Includes: 1) The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America; The Early Cartography of the Pacific. Volume 38, No. 2, 1944. 268 pp. with 22 plates. 2) Terrestrial and Celestial Globes by Sevenson.

Lot: 340F - Paris Color Prints [Maps, Paris]

Collection of twenty-seven color views of Paris (from collection titled 'Paris' the Japan Edition, Section IV, No. 6). Included are six full-page maps, seven full-page views of various landmarks and people, and fourteen full-pages (printed

Lot: 340G - P.F. Tardieu sculp Map [Ancient Known World]

P.F. Tardieu sculp. and Jean Valet map titled 'Monde Connu Des Anciens'. Edited by Mentelle et Chanlaire, circa 1800's. In good condition with three folds. Tear in upper right through map description, and left side. Two pieces of tape on verso.

Lot: 340H - Jacques Nicolas Bellin Map [Siberia]

Jacques Nicolas Bellin map titled 'Carte de la Siberie Et des Pays Voisins' ('Map of Siberia and Neighboring Countries'). Published Paris, circa 1750's. Text in French with cartouche in upper left corner. In good condition with foxing and three

Lot: 340I - Robert De Vaugndy Carte De L‘Asie [Asian Map]

Robert de Vaugndy's (French 1688 - 1766) 'Carte De L‘Asie' ('Map of Asia'). Map features title cartouche. Measures 21.125-in. x 23.75-in. sheet size. In good condition with foxing and minor paper warping. Appears on verso to be double page with

Lot: 340J - Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica [World Map]

Color restrike of cartographer Claes Jansz's map titled 'Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica ac Hydrographica Tabula'. Auctore N. I. Piscator. Originally published in 1652. Carte-figures of the world using Mercator's projection with polar insets.

Lot: 341 - Bench and Bar of New York by Proctor 1870

The Bench and Bar of New York by L. B. Proctor. 1870. Ex-library. Diossy and Company. 779 pp. Measures 9 in. x 6 in. x 2.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a

Lot: 341A - The Client by John Grisham SIGNED

The Client by John Grisham. March 1993, first edition. Inscribed 'Happy Birthday Larry . John Grisham 4/1/93' on half title page. 422 pp. Dust jacket unclipped. Measures 9.5 in. x 6.5 in. x 1.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna

Lot: 341B - Encounter with Tiber by Buzz Aldrin SIGNED

Encounter with Tiber by Buzz Aldrin and John Barnes. Inscribed 'To Larry and Astra . Buzz Aldrin' on title page. First printing July 1996, with dust jacket unclipped. 560 pp. Cloth covers. Measures 9.25 in. x 6.5 in. x 1.5 in. Provenance: Estate of

Lot: 342 - Bibliography of Birds by Strong (3 Vol) 1939

A Bibliography of Birds; Parts 1 - 3 by Reuben Myron Strong. A Bibliography of Birds. Field Museum of Natural History. 1939. Black cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Spots on lower edge of page surround on volume one. Corners bumped and light cover

Lot: 343 - Quintus Horatius Flaccus Check List 1938

Quittus Horatius Flaccus: A Check List of Editions in the United States and Canada as they appear in the Union Catalog of the Library of Congress. 1938. Mills College. 'George Hedley Reviewed 7 Aug 1938' on front endsheet. Also, enclosed letter from

Lot: 344 - Judicial Settlement (13) Softcover

Group of thirteen softcover booklets of Judicial Settlement of International Disputes dated 1913-1917. Ex-library. Group measures approximately 9.5 in. x 6.25 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot

Lot: 345 - Laws and Jurisprudence by Dillon 1894 Signed

The Laws and Jurisprudence of England and America by John Dillon. Twice inscribed presentation copy by the author to 'John M. Thurston'. 1894. Little Brown and Co., Boston. 430 pp. (page 33 through end of book are uncut). Browning and spotting. Cloth

Lot: 346 - Life Sketches of Eminent Lawyers 1895 (2 V)

Life Sketches of Eminent Lawyers in Two Volumes by Gilbert J. Clark. 1895. Lawyers' International Publishing Co. Cloth covers with gilt lettering to spine. Spines discolored. Pages browned. Set measures 8 in. x 5.5 in. x 5.5 in. Provenance: Estate of

Lot: 347 - 1633 Danish Bible (3) Leaves

Three leaves (six pages) from a scarce 1633 Danish Bible. Six engravings. Each sheet measures 14 in. x 8.75 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and

Lot: 348 - 1633 Danish Bible (3) Leaves

Three leaves (six pages) from a scarce 1933 Danish Bible. Five engravings. Each sheet measures 14 in. x 8.75 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and

Lot: 349 - 1633 Danish Bible (3) Leaves

Three leaves (six pages) from a scarce 1933 Danish Bible. Five engravings. Each sheet measures 14 in. x 8.75 in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and

Lot: 350 - Vita Jesu Christi; Rembolt (Latin) Unbound

Life of Christ in Latin. Vita Jesu Christi. Printed by Bertholdus Rembolt (b.1460- d.1518, Paris). The printer's mark reads 'Renbolt' (?), and above the mark is spelled 'Rembolt'. Owner notes state last pages are missing and colophon page. At least

Lot: 351 - The Tres Riches Heures of Jean 1969

The Tres Riches Heures of Jean, Duke of Berry, Musee Conde Chantilly. 1969. George Braziller, New York. 139 illuminated illustrations. Gilt stamped cloth covers with pictorial board slipcase. Measures 12 in. x 8.5 in. x 1.375 in. Provenance: Estate

Lot: 352 - Selten Und Gesucht 1993 Bayer

Selten Und Gesucht Bibliographien. Franz Bayer and Karl Ludwig Leonhardt. 1993. Hiersemann, Stuttgart. 416 pp. Linen covers. Measures 10.875 in. x 8 in. x 1.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 353 - Carabinieri 1956

Carabinieri. Edizione Dell 'Istituto Di Divulgazione Storica Roma. 1956. 431pp. plus 63 pp. with illustrations. Owner inscription in English front ff. Pages rippled throughout. Silver covers with red lettering. Measures 12.125 in. x 8.5 in. x 1.5 in.

Lot: 354 - Nikolaj Iwanowitsch Lobatschefskij 1898

Zwei Geometrische Abhandlungen; Nichteuklidischen Geometrie. Friedrich Engel. 1898. Teubner, Leipzig. 476 pp. Owner stamp on front title page and bookstore sticker inside front cover. Browning to pages and spotting on frontispiece. Measures 9.75 in.

Lot: 355 - Moritz Cantor 1913 Mathematik

Vorlesungen uber Geschichte Der Mathematik von Moritz Cantor. Zweiter Band. 190 figures. 1913. Teubner, Leipzig. 941 pp. Paper boards with cloth spine cover have detached from book. Measures 9.75 in. x 6.75 in. x 2 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell

Lot: 356 - Krakas Maal by Rafn 1826

Krakas Maal Eller Kvad Om Kong Ragner Lodbroks by C. C. Rafn. 1826. Jens Hostrup Schultz, Copenhagen. Ex-library. 152 pp. roughcut plus music leaf with tissue guard. Browning and spotting. Bookplate inside front cover and several library stamps. Blue

Lot: 357 - Anna Freud 1936

Das Ich Und Die Abwehrmechanismen von Anna Freud (daughter of Sigmund Freud). 1936. Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, Wein (Vienna). 206 pp. Browning and spotting. Owner name front endsheet. Cloth covers. Hinges and joints cracked. Spine

Lot: 358 - Carl Rungius: The Complete Prints 1989

Carl Rungius: The Complete Prints. A Catalog Raisonne by Donald E. Crouch. 1989, with dust jacket unclipped. Mountain Press Publishing Co., Missoula, Montana. 203 pp. 46 plates. Pictorial endsheets. Cloth covers. Measures 11.25 in. x 14.5 in. x .75

Lot: 359 - Fore-Edge, Printing, Engraving (9)

Group of nine books of bookmaking, fore-edge, printing, engraving and more. Includes: 1) Printing in Calcutta to 1800 by Graham Shaw .1981. 2) Nonesuch Dickensiana. Retrospectus and Prospectus. 1937. Ex-library. 3) Fore-Edge Painting by Carl J.

Lot: 360 - Illustrators of Children's Books (2)

Two books of Illustrators of Children's Books. Both with blue cloth and gilt lettering. Includes: 1) 1744-1945 Compiled by Mahony, Latimer and Folmsbee. 1970, with dust jacket unclipped. Horn Book Inc., Boston. Measures 11 in. x 8.5 in. x 1 in. 2)

Lot: 361 - Clark, Travels Old and New South (6)

A Bibliography edited by Thomas D. Clark. Travels in the Old South 1956-9 (3); Travels in the New South 1962 (2); and Travels in the Confederate States by E. Merton Coulter 1961, second printing. (1); University of Oklahoma Press. Three with dust

Lot: 362 - Timber Ledger Circa 1907

Tide Water Lumber Company Timber Ledger. Early 20th century logging agreements with Weyerhaeuser Timber Co., Monarch Timber Co., private individuals etc. Appears to be Pacific Northwest. Very large ledger. Half of the pages are blank. Measures 18 in.

Lot: 363 - The Chimpanzee and Gorillas (2) Books

Two books, both ex-library. Includes: The Chimpanzee; A Topical Bibliography by Frederick H. Rohles, Jr. Lt. Colonel, USAF. June 1962. Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico. 312 pp. Paperboards. Measures 10 in. x 7.75 in. x 1 in. 2) Gorillas in a

Lot: 364 - Treatise On Land-Surveying 1855

A Treatise on Land-Surveying by W. M. Gillespie. Illustrated with over 400 engravings. 1855. D. Appleton and Co. 424 pp. plus 40 pp. Browning and spotting. Owner bookplate inside front cover and owner inscription front ff. Cloth boards and leather

Lot: 365 - Mierda by Alfredo Lopez Austin 1988

Una Vieja Historia De La Mierda by Alfredo Lopez Austin. (Spanish) 1988, first edition. Paperback. Illustrated. Ediciones Toledo. Mexico. Measures 8.125 in. x 5.375 in. x .375 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle,

Lot: 366 - Books About Women (5)

Group of five books about women. Includes: 1) The Memoirs of Harriette Wilson. 1909. Volumes 1 and 2. 2) Constance Fenimore Woolson by Clare Benedict. Ex-library. Contents page is detached. 3) What Can A Woman Do? by Rayne. Boards and spine loose. 4)

Lot: 367 - Books About Women (7)

Group of seven books about women. Includes: 1) Woman's Cause by Carol Norton. 1895. Front endsheet is missing. 2) Diary of Ann Morrison, Those Were the Days. Illustrated. 1951. ... and more. Group measures 9.25 in. x 6.5 in. x 8.5 in. Provenance:

Lot: 368 - Reports of Cases by Blackstone 1789 (2V)

Reports of Cases by William Blackstone. Two Volumes complete. 1789. Dublin. 1333 total pages with indexes in each. Browning and spotting. Front covers are detached and one is missing. Set measures 8.25 in. x 5.5 in. x 2.5 in. Provenance: Estate of

Lot: 369 - Bookbinding (3) Books

Group of three books of Bookbinding. Includes: 1) Manual of Bookbinding by James B. Nicholson. 1902. 2) The Binding of Books by Herbert P. Horne. 1894. 3) The Art of Bookbinding by Joseph W. Zaehnsdorf. 1967, second ed. Group measures 8 in. x 5.5 in.

Lot: 370 - Law (5) Books

Group of five law books. Includes: 1) The Paradoxes of Legal Science by Benjamin N. Cardoza. February 1928. 2) The Doctor in Court by Mitchell. 1913. 3) Newspaper Law by Loomis. Revised Edition 1924. 4) Letters to a Young Layer by Harris. 1935. West

Lot: 371 - Come Now The Lawyers by Potts (10)

Ten first edition copies of Come Now the Lawyers by Ralph Bushnell Potts. 1972, stated first editions. One is a special edition of 300 copies and author signed on colophon page with owner inscription under signature. Three are author inscribed on

Lot: 372 - Counsel for the Damned by Potts 1953 (5)

Five first edition copies of Counsel for the Damned by Lowell S. Hawley and Ralph Bushnell Potts. 1953, stated first editions with dust jackets (one clipped and four unclipped). Lippencott. Group measures 8.5 in. x 5.75 in. x 6 in. Provenance: Estate

Lot: 373 - Ralph Bushnell Potts (8) Books

Group of eight books by Ralph Bushnell Potts. Includes: 1) Sir Boss. Two 1959 hardcover editions with dust jackets unclipped. 2) Sir Boss. Four 1976 softcover editions. 3) Mr. Bogus. 1976 softcover edition. 4) Seattle Heritage. 1955 stated first

Lot: 374 - Legal and Justice (8) Books

Group of eight legal and justice books. Includes: 1) The Hand of Hauptmann by Haring. 1937. 2) Legal Philology by Lamm. 1923. 3) The Problem of Proof by Osborn. 1946. ... and more. Group measures 9.5 in. x 7 in. x 10 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell

Lot: 375 - History of the Supreme Court by Reinhart

History of the Supreme Court of the Territory and State of Washington with Personal Reminiscences of the Author. Complete Rules of Pleading and Practice. Compiled by C. S. Reinhart. Group of four string bound and uncut duplicates without separation.

Lot: 376 - Legal Problems of Japanese-Americans SIGNED

Legal Problems of Japanese-Americans; Their History and Development in the United States by Dr. Moritoshi Fukuka, S. J. D. Signed 'Best wishes, Dr. Moritoshi Fukuda 1980 on front endsheet. 1980, with dust jacket unclipped. 219 pp. Blue cloth with

Lot: 377 - Legal Bibliography Compiled by Cooley

SCARCE Compilation of early 20th century reports and exhibits of the legal system by Roger W. Cooley. Includes: Exhibits from American Digest System; American State Reports; Atlantic Reporter; Century Digest and more. Softwraps. Owner name front

Lot: 378 - Law (8) Books

Group of eight books of the justice system. Includes: 1) Bench and Bar by Burdick. Signed.1939 2) The Curious Lottery and Other Tales of Russian Justice by Dranty. 1929 3) Howe and Hummel. 1947. Ex-library.; and 1985 edition with dust jacket

Lot: 379 - Law (8) Books

Group of eight books of law and justice. Includes: 1) Federal Rules of Evidence for United States Courts and Magistrates. Softcover. 1984. 2) It's Against the Law by Dick Hyman. 1949. USA Federal Law. Humor. 3) The Lawyer's Alcove. 1909. 4)

Lot: 380 - 19th Century (9) Books

Group of nine nineteenth century books. Includes: 1) Quo Vadis two volume set. Illustrated edition. 1897, with original cloth dust jackets. Covers are navy with gilt design and lettering. 2) The Cormorant by James Roberts. 1875. 3) Dick's Works; two

Lot: 381 - Trade and Industry (17) Books and Booklets

Group of seventeen books and softcover booklets of trade and industry. Includes: 1) The Modern Gas Tractor. 1917. 2) Everybody's Paint Book. 1904. 3) Practical Benchwork for Horologists. 1938. 4) The Story of An Ancient Art; from the earliest

Lot: 382 - Small and Pocket (19) Books and Booklets

Group of nineteen small and pocket books, softcover booklets and catalogs. Includes: 1) What About the Year 2000? An Economic Summary. 2) Miniatures Ancient and Modern by Davenport. 1908. Illustrated. 3) The Argentine Republic. 1915. ... and more.

Lot: 383 - Immortality Proved by F. C. Emberson

SCARCE Immortality Proved (Are We Immortal) by F. C. Emberson. Undated. 108 pp. with an 8 pp. insert and 'The Best, Telephone' page in rear. Illustrated. Cracked front hinge and loose front endsheet. Cloth cover with gilt lettering. Covers and spine

Lot: 384 - Death (5) Books

Group of five books of death. Includes: 1) The Black Death and Men of Learning by Campbell. 1931. 2) Death and Disease Behind the Counter 1884. Ex-library. 3) Aspects of Death in Art by Weber. ... and more. Group measures 8.5 in. x 5.5 in. 6 in.

Lot: 384A - Diary of A Resurrectionist by Bailey 1896

The Diary of A Resurrectionist 1811 - 1812 by James Blake Bailey. 1896. Swan Sonnenschein, London. 184 pp. Illustrated. Cracking at gutter. Cloth covers with gilt lettering. Edge wear with cover scuff marks and staining. Measures 7.875 in. x 5.5 in.

Lot: 384B - Cerebration; The Rational Cult 1908

SCARCE Cerebration, Vital Physiology. The Rational Cult. 1908. R. O Spear. 404 pp. Measures 7.75 in. x 5.5 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report

Lot: 385 - United Kingdom (8) Books

Group of eight books associated with the United Kingdom. Includes: 1) Crowns and Coronations by Jones. 1902. 2) Old English Easances. Undated, with dust jacket. 3) The King's English on Horseback by Rodale. 1938. ... and more. Group measures 11 in. x

Lot: 386 - Painting and Water-Color (5) Books

Group of five painting and water-color books. Includes: 1) Thomas Rowlandson; Famous Water-Colour Painters. Ex-library. Each plate has been stamped along with several text pages. 2) Vere Foster's Simple Lessons in Landscape Water-Color Painting. 3)

Lot: 387 - Carl Rungius: Painter of Western Wilderness 1985

Carl Rungius: Painter of the Western Wilderness by Jon Whyte and E. J. Hart. 1985, with dust jacket unclipped. Salem House Publishing. 184 pp. Measures 11 in. x 12 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA.

Lot: 388 - Etchings of Levon West 1930 Ltd. Ed.

A Catalogue of the Etchings of Levon West, compiled by Otto M. Torrington. Limited edition #606/810. 1930. Rough cut pages with gilt top edge. Brown cloth covers. Measures 12.125 in. x 9.25 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson,

Lot: 389 - Non-Fiction (7) Books

Group of seven non-fiction books. Includes: 1) The Rose and The Lily by Keyes. 1961, first edition. 2) Ten American Girls from History by Sweetser. October 1917. Harper and Brothers. Owner inscription full page opposite title page. 3) With Lee in

Lot: 390 - Non-Fiction (8) Books

Group of eight non-fiction books. Includes: 1) The Geronimo Campaign by Faulk. 1969. 2) Meditations of Marcus Aurelius translated by George Long. 3) Memoirs of the Notorious Stephen Burroughs of New Hampshire. 1924. Dial Press. Covers and spine

Lot: 391 - Novels and Stories (6) Books

Group of six books of novels and stories. Includes: 1) The Ship of Fools by Pompen. 1967. 2) The Tichborne Claimant by Woodruff. 1967. Ex-library. 3) An Old-Fashioned Girl by Louisa M. Alcott. 1928. ... and more. Group measures 9.5 in. x 6.25 in. x 9

Lot: 392 - First Edition / Printing (9) Books

Group of nine first edition / first printing books. Includes: 1) Joe Mason Apprentice to Audubon by Simon. Illustrated by Pitz. 1946, stated first edition with dust jacket clipped (price remains). Dutton, New York. Lower edge of cloth covers faded.

Lot: 393 - Books About Books (9)

Group of nine books about books. Includes: 1) The Books of California by Gertrude K. Stoughton. 1968. 2) Forty Year in My Bookshop by Walter T. Spencer. 1923. 3) Book Collecting by Collison. 1957. Ex-library. ... and more. Group measures 9.25 in. x

Lot: 394 - Books and Poster Making (10)

Group of ten books and softcover booklets of book and poster making. Includes: 1) Modern Book Production. 1928. 2) History of Wood-Engraving by Woodberry. 1883. Ex-library. 3) The Wood Engravings of Joan Hassall. 1960. 4) Two 16th editions of

Lot: 395 - Children's Books (15)

Group of fifteen books and softcover books for children and youth. Includes: 1) The Osborn Collection of Early Children's Books. Two volumes with illustrations. 1975. 2) Men Who Have Risen; A Book for Boys. Undated. 3) The New Illustrated Primer by

Lot: 395A - Grandpapa Easy's Pretty Poetry Pictorial Book

Grandpapa Easy's Pretty Poetry Spelling Book of Trees, Fruits, and Flowers. Dean and Co. London. 8 pp. Illustrated in color. Softcover with tape repair at gutter. Measures 8.625 in. x 6.75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare

Lot: 396 - Limited Editions (7) Books

Group of seven limited edition books. Includes: 1) Boston Days of William Morris Hunt by Shannon. Limited edition # 953/1500. 1923. 2) The Private Letters and Diaries of Captain Hall edited by Eric Schneirsohn. First limited printing to 1450 copies.

Lot: 397 - Pa Ski Over Gronland 1928

Pa Ski Over Gronland. Fridtjof Nansen. 1928. (Norwegian). Oslo, Norway. H. Aschehong and Co. 170 pp. Illustrated. Owner stamp 'Chelan Nursery Co.' front endsheet. Marbled boards with black spine and gilt lettering. Measures 7.5 in. x 5 in. x .625 in.

Lot: 398 - Den Danske Og Norske Somagt 1875

Den Danske Og Norske Somagt. J. C. Tuxen. 1875. P. G. Philipsens. Copenhagen. Foreign language. 674 pp. Illustrated with color and black and white plates. Browning and spotting. Black cloth with leather spine decorated and lettered in gilt. Edge wear

Lot: 399 - Rudolf Von Laban; Choreographie 1926

Rudolf Von Laban; Choreographie Erstes Heft. 1926. Eugen Diederichs, Jena. Foreign language. Softcover. 103 pp. plus 4 pp. Illustrated with drawings and black and white photos. Measures 8.375 in. x 5.75 in. x .5 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell

Lot: 400 - North West Book Arts 1980 - 1981 (13)

Group of thirteen issues on North West Book Arts published during 1980 - 1981. A Bimonthly Journal of The Book Arts in The Pacific Northwest. Contains: Volume 1 Number 2 September - October 1980 Volume 1 Number 3 November - December 1980 Volume 1

Lot: 401 - Magic Dethroned 1933 L. C. Thompson

Magic Dethroned: A Crossword Puzzle Composed by A Poet 1819 with Solution Proffered by A Brewer 1933. L. C. Thompson. Warner Press. Softcover. 8 pp. with 4 facsimile pages. Inscribed on the top edge of title page 'To Dr. (illegible) with the authors

Lot: 402 - Biographical History of England. 1824 (3 of 6 V)

A Biographical History of England by Granger. 1824. Incomplete set. Contains volumes 4, 5 and 6 only of this fifth edition. Illustrated. Plates with tissue guard. Browning and spotting. Hinges and joints cracked and covers nearly loose. Book plate

Lot: 403 - Aristotelis; Gulielmi Cooke 1785

SCARCE Aristotelis de Poetica Liber Textu Gulstoniano; Gulielmi Cooke. 1785. Greek and Latin. 40 pp. plus 176 pp. Browning and spotting. Front cover and pages through viii of the index detached. Back cover nearly detached. Covers and spine worn.

Lot: 404 - 18th Century Foreign Language (3) Books

Group of three eighteenth century foreign language books. Includes: 1) Del Decamerone Di Messer Giovanni Boccacci. 1718, Volume Primo only. 2) L'Espion dans Les Dours des Princes Chretiens. 1715, Tome Second only. ... and more. Various conditions.

Lot: 405 - 18th Century Books (4)

Group of four eighteenth century books. Includes: 1) The Religious Philosopher translated by John Chamberlayne. Third edition and third volume only. Fold-out plates. 1730. Missing front cover. 2) The Historical Register . Volume III only. 1718.

Lot: 405A - Claudii-Mariae Devaulx 1782

Claudii-Mariae Devaulx; Dissertatio Medica de Haemorrhoidibus. (Dissertation about Hemorrhoids) 1782. Latin. Unbound. Six leaves. Title page, seven text pages, reference page and blank leaf in back. Measures 9.375 in. x 7 in. Provenance: Estate of

Lot: 405B - Cerimonie Funebri; Muret 1722

Cerimonie Fundbri Di Tutte Le Nazioni Del Mondo. Del Signor Muret. 1722. Venezia, Battista Recutti. (Italian) 288 pp. Paperwrap. Measures 6.5 in. x 3.75 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 405C - Pompes Funebres; B. Gaubert (2 Vol) 1875

Traite Tehogrique Et Pratique Pompes Funebres. B. Gaubert. (French). 1875. Marseille. Two volume set. Ex-library. Illustrated. 476 pp. plus 562 pp. Owner bookplates inside front covers. Set measures 8.5 in. x 5.5 in. x 2 in. Provenance: Estate of

Lot: 406 - The Atlantic Souvenir 1827

The Atlantic Souvenir; A Christmas and New Year's Offering. A compilation of poems from American poets including Longfellow's The Song of the Birds and Burial of the Minnisink. 1827. H. C. Carey. 360 pp. with illustrations. 8 plates. 3.5 in. x 5.75

Lot: 407 - L'Art de L'Escrime par Bettenfeld 1885

L'Art de L'Escrime par Michel Bettenfeld. 1885. G. Charpentier, Paris. (French). Owner label inside front cover 'Capt. A. W. Corliss'. 252 pp. Frontispiece plus 2 plates. Measures 6.875 in. x 4.5 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson,

Lot: 408 - 19th Century Pocket Books (5)

Group of five nineteenth century pocket books. Includes: 1) Locke's Conduct of the Understanding and Bacon's Essays. 1818. J. Walker, London. 268 pp. Front cover detached and back cover missing. 2) Biographia Scotia by J. Stark. 1805. Embellished

Lot: 409 - 19th Century Books (7)

Group of seven nineteenth century books. Includes: 1) The Death of Abel in five books attempted from the German of Mr. Gessner. First Baltimore Edition. 1807. Warner and Hanna. 252 pp. with illustrations. Front hinge cracked and cover loosening. 2)

Lot: 410 - Japanese Art (10) Books

Group of ten illustrated books and catalogs of Japanese Art and Artists. Includes: 1) Beauty Behind Barbed Wire by Allen H. Heaton. 1952. 2) Contemporary Printmaking in Japan by Ronald G. Robertson. 1965 with dust jacket clipped. Lower edge of cloth

Lot: 411 - Gyotaku by Yoshio Hiyama 1964

Gyotaku: The Art and Technique of the Japanese Fish Print by Yoshio Hiyama. 1964 American Edition, with dust jacket. University of Washington Press, Seattle. 64 pp. Black cloth cover with gilt lettering. Measures 8.25 in. x 8.125 in. x .625 in.

Lot: 412 - Incomplete Books (10)

Group of ten books with something in each missing. Includes: 1) Broad Stone of Honour. Cover missing. 2) Chundra Lela. Frontispiece missing. 3) Mormonism and The Mormons. Missing title page and several end pages. 4) Conjunct Expeditions. 1759. Plates

Lot: 413 - Lancaster Journal 1803

Lancaster Journal, Saturday, July 23, 1803; No. 7 Vol. X. Printed by William Hamilton, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Two leaves; three text pages. Measures 18 in. x 11 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 414 - Brooklyn, New York 1849 Surveyors Map

Brooklyn May 1849; Surveyed by Willard Day, City Surveyor. Measures 27 in. x 12.75. Paper mounted on cloth. Featured are Franklin Avenue, Kent Avenue, Graham Street and more. Owner names on plats. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare

Lot: 415 - Tax Assessments Brooklyn, New York Ca.1876

An archive of taxes and assessments, and water rates in the City of Brooklyn. Circa 1876. Thirty documents with addresses and findings from the Office of Collector of Taxes. Sheets measure 12.25 in. x 8 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson,

Lot: 416 - Brooklyn 1866 Mapping of Lots for Sale

Trustees Sale of 188 Lots. 17th Ward Greenpoint, Brooklyn 1866. Two large plat maps of the same with number notations in pencil on each. Approximately 23 in. x 28 in. each. Torn and tattered. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare

Lot: 417 - UW Chapbooks (20) Publisher Sealed

Twenty publisher sealed University of Washington 'The American Influence in France' # 38 chapbooks. (Plus photo example). Measures 7.5 in. x 5.25 in. x 3 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of

Lot: 418 - UW Chapbooks (16) First Edition

Group of sixteen University of Washington chapbooks with publisher wrap. Stated first edition on lower edge of wrap. Includes: Bovarysm, Beyond Tragedy, Julien Benda and the New Humanism. Each measure 7.375 in. x 5.25 in. Provenance: Estate of

Lot: 419 - UW Chapbooks (16) First Edition

Group of sixteen University of Washington chapbooks with publisher wrap. Stated first edition on lower edge of wrap. Includes: Bovarysm, Beyond Tragedy, Julien Benda and the New Humanism, The Precursor of Perry, Monsieur de Balzac Entertains a

Lot: 420 - UW Chapbooks (16) Publisher Wrap

Group of sixteen University of Washington chapbooks with publisher wrap. Includes: Bovarysm, Beyond Tragedy, Christopher Morley. Each measure 7.375 in. x 5.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 421 - UW Chapbooks (16) First Edition

Group of sixteen University of Washington chapbooks with publisher wrap. Stated first edition on lower edge of wrap. Includes: Beyond Tragedy, Monsieur de Balzac Entertains a Visitor, A Precursor of Perry. Each measure 7.375 in. x 5.25 in.

Lot: 422 - University of Washington Chapbooks (50)

Group of fifty University of Washington chapbooks. Assorted. Each measure 7.35 in. x 5.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via

Lot: 423 - University of Washington Chapbooks (50)

Group of fifty University of Washington chapbooks. Assorted. Each measure 7.35 in. x 5.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via

Lot: 424 - University of Washington Chapbooks (50)

Group of fifty University of Washington chapbooks. Assorted. Each measure 7.35 in. x 5.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via

Lot: 425 - University of Washington Chapbooks (50)

Group of fifty University of Washington chapbooks. Assorted. Each measure 7.35 in. x 5.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via

Lot: 426 - (2) Letters Robert Hitchman With Bookplates (17)

Paul W. Copeland (author) letter to Robert Hitchman (collector) with sixteen bookplates and letter to Robert Hitchman with small mentioned bookplate which measures approximately .75 in. x .75 in. The letter mentioned two and only one has remained

Lot: 427 - Bookplates - University and College (18)

Group of eighteen bookplates of American Universities and Colleges. Includes Princeton, Vassar, Dartmouth, Tulane and more. Tipped-in to cardstock. Some with description on front and/or back. Plates are various sizes. Sheets measure from 8.5 in. -

Lot: 428 - Bookplates - Children (11)

Group of eleven children themed bookplates. Tipped-in to cardstock. Some with description on front and/or back. Plates are various sizes. Sheets measure 8.25 in. - 9.75 in. x 6.25 in. - 7 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare

Lot: 429 - Bookplates - Americans (42)

Group of forty - two bookplates by American artists. Tipped-in to cardstock. Description on front and/or back. Plates are various sizes. Sheets measure 8.25 in. - 6.375 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If

Lot: 430 - Joseph D. Vehling Bookplate Inscribed

Joseph D. Vehling bookplate 'Mors Coqua 'Death the Cook'' inscribed on verso to 'Prof. Frederick Starr 1926' and signed 'J. D. V.'. Measures 5.875 in. x 3 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent

Lot: 431 - Bookplates - Underworld (6)

Bookplates of death and the underworld. Includes Andrew White Tuer. Tipped-in to cardstock. Description on front and/or back. Plates are various sizes. Sheets measure 8.25 in. - 9.75 in. x 6.25 in. - 7 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson,

Lot: 432 - Bookplates - England and Europe (30)

Group of thirty bookplates by English and European artists. Tipped-in to cardstock. Description on front and/or back. Plates are various sizes. Sheets measure 8.25 in. x 6.625 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle,

Lot: 433 - Ella Engel (6) Bookplates

Group of six bookplates designed for Ella Engel. Designed by artists Lukowsky, Nielsen, Olbrich and more. Plates are various sizes and the unmounted color plate by Lukowsky measures 7.5 in. x 2.75 in. and is creased at lower right corner. Others are

Lot: 434 - Wellington R. Townley Signed Bookplate

Wellington R. Townley pencil signed bookplate with a two page letter to Professor Starr. Plate measures 5 in. x 3.5 in. and is tipped-in on cardstock which measures 8.25 in. x 6.25 in. The letter is tipped in on verso and dated May 12th 1927.

Lot: 435 - Bookplates - Australia (6)

Group of six bookplates of Australia. Designed by artists Philip Litchfield, Hugh McCrae and Arthur Mailley. Plates are various sizes. Tipped-in on cardstock. Description on front and/or back. Measure 8.25 in. x 6.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell

Lot: 436 - Bookplates - Assorted (25)

Group of twenty-five assorted bookplates. Various sizes. Notes may or may not be on verso of bookplate. Tipped-in on cardstock. Sheets measure 9.75 in. x 7 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent

Lot: 437 - Bookplates - Assorted (26)

Group of twenty-six assorted bookplates. Various sizes. Notes may or may not be on verso of bookplate or sheet. Tipped-in on cardstock. Sheets measure 9.75 in. x 7 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 438 - Bookplates - Assorted (25)

Group of twenty-five assorted bookplates. Various sizes. Notes may or may not be on verso of bookplate or sheet. Tipped-in on cardstock. Sheets measure 9.78 in. x 7 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot

Lot: 439 - Bookplates - Japan (5)

Group of five bookplates of Japan. Plates are various sizes. Four are tipped-in on cardstock. Description on front and/or back. Sheets measure 8.25 in. x 6.5 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 440 - Bookplates - Assorted (28)

Group of twenty-eight assorted bookplates. Various sizes. Tipped in on cardstock. Description on front and/or back. Sheets measure 9 in. x 7 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition

Lot: 441 - Bookplates - Assorted (33)

Group of thirty-three assorted bookplates. Various sizes. Tipped-in on cardstock. Description on front and/or back. Sheets measure 8.25 in. x 6.25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a

Lot: 442 - Bookplates - Assorted (30)

Group of thirty bookplates. Various sizes. Tipped-in on cardstock. Description on front and/or back. Sheets measure 9.75 in. x 7 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a

Lot: 443 - Bookplates - Assorted (9)

Group of nine assorted bookplates. Various sizes. Three are signed in pencil lower right (unknown). Description on front and/or back. Measures 9.75 in. x 7 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent

Lot: 444 - Scenic Color Lithographs (18)

Group of eighteen scenic color lithographs. All with titles lower center. Source and date unknown. Some state 'From a Photograph' lower right. Browning, spotting and creasing. Measure 3.75 in. - 4.25 in. x 5.875 in. - 6.5 in. Provenance: Estate of

Lot: 445 - Elizabeth Watson Diamond Etching

Elizabeth Watson Diamond bookplate etching by Sydney Lawton Smith. XII/62 written in pencil on verso. Image size 5.375 in. x 3.75 in. and sheet size 9.125 in. x 6.75 in. Tipped-in on cardstock which measures 9.75 in. x 7 in. Owner notes on cardstock

Lot: 446 - Bookplates - Assorted (13)

Group of thirteen bookplates. One with an accompanying card to bookplate collector 'Hitchman' from Dorothy K. Peckham. Measure 2.625 in. - 6.5 in. x 2.625 - 4.75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 447 - The Door Coffee House Menu; Seattle, Ca. 1960

The Door Coffee House located at 1818 Seventh Avenue in Seattle, Washington. The menu appears to be sometime around the1960's, a time when Pacific Northwest Bands performed at this location. The band in this photo is not named on the menu. Measures

Lot: 448 - Legends, Tales and Wizards (11) Books

Group of eleven books of legends, tales and wizards. Includes: 1) Wizard Oil Dream Book. Softcover. Hamlins Wizard Oil Company. Coverwrap split and detached. 32 pp. 2) The Body Snatchers by Daniel Cohen. 1975, stated first edition. Softcover. 3)

Lot: 449 - Psychology (4) Books

Group of four psychology books. Includes: 1) Psychology of Women by Deutsch. 2 volume set. 1945, fifth printing. 2) The Blot Upon the Brain by Ireland. Ex-library. 3) Diseases of Memory by Ribot. 1882. Group measures 8.75 in. x 6 in. x 5.5 in.

Lot: 450 - Universal History by Bossuet 1810

An Universal History, from the Creation of the World to the Time of Charlemagne from the French of M. Bossuet. A New Translation. 1810. Printed for Samuel Bagster in the Strand, London. 563 pp. Front hinge cracking. Marbled covers and endsheets.

Lot: 451 - Librairie Hachette (8) French Language

Group of eight volumes ranging from 1889 to 1906 published by Librairie Hachette, Paris. All ex-library (Seattle Public Library) with stampings. Frontispiece portraits are not stamped. Includes: 1) J. J. Rousseau par Arthur Chuquet 1906. 2)

Lot: 452 - Captain Charles King - Five Books in One

Grouping of five books by Captain Charles King from Lippencott's Monthly Magazine. All bound in one book. Cloth with gilt design and leather spine with five raised bands. Marbled papers inside covers. Owner name inside front cover. Includes: 1)

Lot: 453 - Sir Walter Scott; Waverly 7 Novels in 3 books

Sir Walter Scott published by George Routledge, New York. Waverley Novels. Group of three books includes: Peverill of the Peak, The Surgeon's Daughter, Castle Dangerous, Count Robert of Paris, Betrothed, Fortunes of Nigel and Pirate. Marbled covers,

Lot: 454 - British (5) Books

Group of five British related books. Includes: 1) Amorous Fiammetta by Giovanni Boccaccio. 1926, privately printed for the Navarre Society Limited. 1926, London. 2) The Secret History of the Court of England. Volumes I and II. 1901. Front hinges and

Lot: 455 - Non-Fiction (7) Books

Group of seven non-fiction books. Includes: 1) The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan by Morier. 1897. 2) William Callow by Cundall. 1908. Illustrated. One color plate is loose. 3) Lorenz Alma Tadema by Ebers. 1886. Illustrated. Spine faded. 4) Enos

Lot: 456 - World's Great Classics (5) Books

Group of five books of The World's Great Classics. Published by the Colonial Press. Includes: 1) French Revolution Volumes I and II. 1899. 2) Essays; French, German and Italian Essayists. 1900. Revised Edition. Cracked front joint. 3) Orations. 1900

Lot: 457 - World's Great Classics - Incomplete Sets (7)

Group of seven volumes of the World's Greatest Classics. Incomplete sets. Covers are worn. Two volumes have cracked joints. Includes: The Middle Ages Volume II, Oriental Literature Volumes III and IV (front joint cracked), English Literature Volume I

Lot: 458 - Cases Argued by Bushrod Washington 1799 (Vol 2)

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Appeals of Virginia by Bushrod Washington. Volume II only. 1799. Thomas Nicolson, Richmond. 302 pp. plus 19 pp. Owner name title page. Back endsheet torn and missing. Errata and Note to the

Lot: 459 - Das Puppenbuch 1921

Das Puppenbuch. 1921. Berlin. Verlegt Bei Erich Reiss. German text. Unpaginated. 32 plates tipped-in. Cloth boards. 2 inch crack front hinge. Measures 7.375 in. x 6.5 in. x .5 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle,

Lot: 460 - Religious (9) Books

Group of nine books of religion and works. Includes: 1) Hooker's Complete Works by Isaac Walton. 1844. Volume I and II. Spine covers loose with portion of Vol I spine tucked inside. 2) Fruits of Faith or, Musing Sinner by Hugh Campbell. 1825. Covers

Lot: 461 - Gone Are The Days by Grace Perlee Howe 1952

Gone Are The Days by Grace Perlee Howe. 1952. Cayuga Press. Softcover . 83 pp. Evenly toned. Red paperwrap with black lettering. Measures 7.75 in. x 5.25 in. x .25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is

Lot: 462 - Charles Darwin; Two Books

Group of two books of Darwin. Includes: 1) Homo Versus Darwin; A Judicial Examination of Statements Recently Published by Mr. Darwin Regarding 'The Descent of Man'. 1872. Claxton, Remsen and Haffelfinger, Philadelphia. 155 pp. with light browning and

Lot: 463 - Bowdoin College Memorial 1930

Memorial To the Men of Bowdoin College who Served in the World War. Alumni Day - 8 November, 1930. Brown paperwrap. Pages are clean with the exception of rust marks at gutter from staples. Measures 9.25 in. x 6.25 in. x .125 in. Provenance: Estate of

Lot: 464 - Buildings, Planning and Architecture (8) Books

Group of eight books of buildings, planning and architecture. Includes: 1) Praha Stovezata. 2) Gleanings among the Castles and Convents of Norfolk. 1857. Front cover detached. 3) Lost Treasures of Europe. 1947, second printing. Ex-library. 4) Town

Lot: 465 - The Child of Nature 1774 RARE

RARE The Child of Nature, Improved by Chance. Freely translated from the original French. Printed for T. Becket, London. 1774. Unbound. 307 pp. Previous owner has adhered four illustrations (unknown source) to front flyleafs, page opposite title page

Lot: 466 - Softcover Books and Booklets (14)

Group of fourteen softcover books, booklets and catalogs on various subjects. Includes: 1) A Foreigner Looks at the British Sudan by Odette Keun. 1930. Faber and Faber. 56 pp. with paperwrap cover. No. 20 of the Criterion Miscellany. 2) The Gold of

Lot: 467 - Softcover Books and Booklets (10)

Group of ten softcover books and booklets. Includes: 1) Handrail and the Wampus by Charles Duff. 1931. Cayme Press, London. 46 pp. Spot on title page. 2) Good Gravy by Ezra Kendall. 3) The Story of Kate and Queen. Jesse Beery. 4) Your Sex Problems

Lot: 468 - Tana Kaleya: Les Hommes 1974

Tana Kaleya: Les Hommes. 1974. Harmony Books. Cracked at gutter and several pages are loose. Pencil mark on front endsheet. Brown cloth with gilt lettering. Edges rubbed with wear. Corners worn. Measures 11.75 in. x 9 in. x .5 in. Provenance: Estate

Lot: 469 - Education of a French Model 1950

The Education of a French Model; Kiki's Memoirs. Translated from the French by Samuel Putnam. Introduction by Ernest Hemingway. 1950, with dust jacket. Boar's Head. Illustrated. Yellow cloth covers. Spotted and stained with stain at lower edge of

Lot: 470 - Various Topic (11) Books

Group of eleven various topic books. Includes: 1) Marthe and the Madman by Jean de Bosschere. 1928. Covici. 2) Sometimes I Wonder; Hoagy Carmichael with Stephen Longstreet. 1966, with dust jacket unclipped. ... and more. Group measures 9.5 in. x 6.5

Lot: 471 - Newberry; California and Oregon 1857

Reports on the Geology, Botany, and Zoology of Northern California and Oregon made to the War Department. 1857. John S. Newberry. Unbound. Numerous woodcuts throughout with plates. Plates include: 22 tinted views and trees; 4 shells; 6 botanical; 11

Lot: 472 - Illustrated Fisheries Porto Rico 1900

Investigations of the Aquatic Resources and Fisheries of Porto (Puerto) Rico. The United States Fish Commission Steamer Fish Hawk in 1899. Washington Government Printing Office, 1900. Contains 350 pp. with illustrations; 49 color plates and 3 folded

Lot: 473 - The Bibelot, Thomas B. Mosher 21 Vol Set

The Bibelot; Testimonial edition in twenty volumes plus index. Limited 3/4500. Edited by Thomas B. Mosher. Wm. H. Wise and Co., New York. Rough cut edges. Measures 6.125 in. x 4.75 in. x 24 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare

Lot: 474 - Photo Book - Albumen Prints (38)

Group of thirty-eight albumen prints pasted in a photo book. Circa 1874. Measures 10.5 in. x. 8.5 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be

Lot: 475 - Camera Workers: British Columbia 1985 Signed

Camera Workers: The British Columbia Photographers Directory 1858-1900 by David Mattison. 1985. Signed and numbered 10/50 on dedication page. Softcover, spiral bound. Measures 11 in. x 8.5 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna

Lot: 476 - Photo and Photography (8) Books

Group of eight books of photo and photography. Includes: 1) Photograms of the Year 1924. 2) The World as it Was. Margrett Loke and Paul Theroux. 3) Line Photo-Engraving by William Gamble. ... and more. Group measures 12.5 in. x 9.25 in. x 4 in.

Lot: 477 - Seattle Post-Intelligencer Atlas 1905

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Atlas of the World. 1906. The Geographical Publishing Co., Chicago, Illinois. 296 pp. Joints cracked and frontal pages through page 6 loosening at gutter. Measures 14.875 in. x 11.75 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of

Lot: 478 - Maritime (4) Books SIGNED

Group of four maritime books all author signed. Includes: 1) A Sailor's Log by Robley D. Evans. Signed personal bookplate inside front cover. 1901. 2) As the Sailor Loves the Sea by Ballard Hadman. 1951. Inscribed on half title page. 3) The Skeena by

Lot: 479 - Practical Distiller by Leonard Monzert 1889

The Practical Distiller by Leonard Monzert. 1889. 156 pp. Illustrated. Some owner notes and conversions in pencil. Measures 7.625 in. x 5.125 in. x .75 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a

Lot: 480 - First Edition / First Printing (9) Books

Group of nine first edition or first printing books. Includes: 1) The Bare-Knuckle Breed by Golding. 1952, with dust jacket unclipped. 2) Fourteen Men. 1952, first edition with dust jacket clipped. ... and more. Provenance: Estate of Russell

Lot: 481 - King Color Rules the Home 1928

King Color Rules the Home. 1928. Acme White Lead and Color Works. Cloth cover with red lettering. Owner name stamp on frontispiece and title page. 55 pp. Measures 11.25 in. x 8.75 in. x .25 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare

Lot: 482 - First Edition / First Published (7) Books

Group of seven first editions or first published books. Includes: 1) Rest Days by Hutton Webster. May, 1916. 2) The Neighbor by Nathaniel S. Shaler. April, 1904. 3) Dodsworth by Sinclair Lewis. 1929. ... and more. Group measures 9 in. x 6 in. x 10

Lot: 483 - To the Twentieth Century by Wilson Ca. 1879

The Twentieth Century of 1901 to 2000 by George Wilson. Circa 1879. Illustrations include three foldouts. Front joint cracked and frontal pages through page 2 are loosening. Pages are even toned and color plates bright. Owner name and notes inside

Lot: 484 - Histoire de Henry II, 1699

Histoire de Henry II, dernier duc de Montmorency. 1699. Jean Guignard, Paris. (French). Contemporary calf, 5 raised bands, red leather lettering label and, gilt design on spine and cover edge surround. Page edges speckled. Marbled endsheets. 11 pp.

Lot: 485 - The Young Lovers Guide by Gent 1699

SCARCE The Young Lovers Guide, or, The Unsuccessful Amours of Philabius, a Country Lover by Gent. 1699, printed by the Booksellers of London. 116 pp. plus 4 pp. preface. Bookplate of J. M. Holland inside front cover. Owner name and notes front

Lot: 486 - Spinning Wheel Stories by Alcott 1884

Spinning Wheel Stories by Louisa M. Alcott. 1884. Roberts Brothers, Boston. 276 pp. plus 8 pp. publisher ads. Brown cloth with gilt design and lettering. Measures 6.75 in. x 4.5 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books,

Lot: 487 - Long-Long-Ago by Mrs. Isham Randolph 1937

SCARCE Long-Long-Ago by Mrs. Isham Randolph. 1937. Privately printed by E. W. Stephens Co, Columbia. Missouri. Measures 9.25 in. x 6 in. x .5 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition

Lot: 488 - Lecture on Hearts by J. S. Dodd 1767

SCARCE A Satyrical Lecture on Hearts: To which is added, A Critical Dissertation on Noses by James Solas Dodd. The Second Edition 1767. Contains, half-title, title, dedication 2 pp., preface 4 pp., prologue 2 pp., plus 55 pp. Modern covers. Measures

Lot: 489 - Hat and Glove Industry (10) Books

Group of ten books of the hat and glove industry. Includes: 1) The Story of Two Famous Hatters by Updegraff. 1926. Softcover. 2) History of the Work Glove Industry. 1952. 3) An Experiment in Gyro-Hats, Special Edition. ... and more. Group measures 9

Lot: 490 - Nineteenth Century (11) Books

Group of eleven nineteenth century books. Includes: 1) Down the Snow Stairs by Alice Corkran. 1887. 2) The Trail and Life of Eugene Aram. 1842. Front board detached and spine cover missing. 3) The Sacred Mountains by J. T. Headley. 1847. Illustrated.

Lot: 491 - Non-Fiction (8) Books

Group of eight non-fiction books. Includes: 1) Heinrich von Treitschke by Andreas Dorpalen. 1957. 2) the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Cameo Classics. ... and more. Group measures 9.5 in. x 7 in. x 10 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson,

Lot: 492 - Books and Bookmaking (13)

Group of thirteen books of books, bookmaking and booksellers. Includes: 1) The Flatey Book. 1906. (Historical Treasures). 2) Artists and Engravers of British and American Book Plates by Fincham. 1897. Limited Edition 1050 copies. ... and more. Group

Lot: 493 - Non-Fiction (5) Books

Group of five non-fiction books. Includes: 1) The Medici by Colonel G. F. Young in two volumes. December 1926 Reprint. Dutton, New York. Illustrated. 2) Fifty Years Public Service by Arthur Griffiths. 1904. Cassell and Co., London. ... and more.

Lot: 494 - Novels and Plays (9) Books

Group of nine books of novels and plays. Includes: 1) Israel Bruna: An Historical Tragedy by Gotthard Deutsch. 1908. 2) Ashik Kerib; A Turkish tale by M. Lermontov. Accompanied with a publisher letter. 3) Dracula by Bram Stoker. 1965, Heritage Press

Lot: 495 - First Edition / First Published (9) Books

Group of nine first editions or first published books. Includes: 1) They Came Before Columbus by Ivan Van Sertima. 1976, first edition with dust jacket unclipped. 2) The Amazing Story of John Law by Hyde. First published 1948. 3) Treasure Seeker in

Lot: 496 - Cardinal Ximenes by Lyell 1917

Cardinal Ximenes Statesman, Ecclesiastic, Soldier and Man of Letters with an account of The Complutensian Polyglot Bible by James P. R. Lyell. 1917. Grafton and Co., London. 119 pp. 14 Plates. Internal pages clean with the exception of inside covers

Lot: 497 - Men of Medeek 1962

Men of Medeek by Will Robinson as told by Walter Wright. 1962 second edition. Printed by the Northern Sentinel Press. Paperback. 93 pp. Measures 9.625 in. x 6.75 in. x .375 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA.

Lot: 498 - Alaska Mailing Souvenir

Alaska Mailing Souvenir. Eight black and white plates accordion into a green mailing envelope. Photographs by Case and Drahen and H. C. Barley of Skagway, Alaska. Plates measure 5.25 in. x 6.375 in. Early 20th century. Provenance: Estate of Russell

Lot: 499 - Pacific NW Native and First Nation Canada (9)

Group of nine softcover books and booklets of Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, and First Nation of Canada. Includes: 1) Four booklets from the British Columbia Heritage Series 'Our Native Peoples' . 2) Feast of the Animals

Lot: 500 - Eskimo Artifacts by Thiry 1977 First Edition

Eskimo Artifacts by Paul and Mary Thiry. 1977. Stated first edition with dust jacket clipped. Superior Publishing Co., Seattle. Illustrated. Measures 12.25 in. x 10.25 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle,

Lot: 501 - Early Maritime Artists by Henry (2 Copies) 1984

Two copies of Early Maritime Artists by John Henry. 1984. University of Washington Press. Accompanied with a review copy cover letter. One remains factory sealed and there are no internal markings on the other. Both with dust jackets. Each measures

Lot: 502 - Native American Newspapers and Periodicals

American Indian and Alaska Native Newspapers and Periodicals, 1971 - 1985. Edited by Daniel F. Littlefield, Jr., and James W. Parins. 609 pp. Owner notes inside front endsheet. No other markings. Cloth with silver lettering. Measures 9.5 in. x 6.25

Lot: 503 - Insects (5) Books

Group of five books of insects. Includes: 1) Insect Architecture by James Rennie. Two volumes bound as one. 1845. 2) Unbidden House Guests by Hugo Hartnack. 1943. ... and more. Group measures 10 in. x 7 in. x 6 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell

Lot: 504 - Broel System; Bullfrog Culture 1936

Broel System; Giant Bullfrog Culture. 1936. American Frog Canning Company. Includes: Lessons 1, 1 Supplement, 2, 2 Supplement, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,. 14, 15, 16; and A Future in Frogs brochure. Measures approximately 11 in. x 9 in. x 2

Lot: 505 - The Coinage of Different Countries; Hornung

SCARCE The Coinage of Different Countries edited by F. Hornung. Vienna (Austria) VIII/2. High relief embossed replicas of coins from many countries. Forty-nine postcards. Japan (I) is loose. Early 20th Century. Measures 4 in. x 6.25 in. x 1 in.

Lot: 506 - Small and Pocket Books (20) Books

Group of twenty small and pocket books. Includes: 1) The Course of Time, A Poem by Robert Pollok. 1833. 2) Here is New York by E. B. White. 1949. Stated first edition. 3) Bamboo Work by Hasluck. 1903. Pages 33-36 torn. ... and more. Group measures

Lot: 507 - Lola by Henny Kindermann Ca. 1922

SCARCE Lola or The Thought and Speech of Animals by Henny Kindermann. Translated by Agnes Blake, with a chapter on thinking animals by Dr. William Mackenzie. Circa 1922, undated. E. P. Dutton, New York. Owner inscription on front endsheet is dated

Lot: 507A - Educating the Horse by Rockwell 1867

The Improved Practical System of Educating the Horse; by A. H. Rockwell. 1867. Illustrated. (24 counted plates). Unbound. 202 pp. without endpapers. Measures 7.25 in. x 4.5 in. x .5 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books,

Lot: 508 - Atlantis; Lewis Spence (2) Books

Two books of Atlantis by Lewis Spence. Includes: 1) Atlantis in America. 1925 date on preface. Brentano's, New York. Illustrated with 16 numbered plates. Measures 9 in. x 5.75 in. x 1.25 in. 2) The Problem of Atlantis. 1925, second edition.

Lot: 509 - Hands (4) Books

Group of four books of hands. Includes: 1) Two 1937 editions of Lions' Paws; The Story of Famous Hands by Nellie Simmons Meier. One with dust jacket unclipped and one without. 2) Handedness by Ira S. Wile. 1934. Dust jacket torn and missing on

Lot: 510 - Health and Medical (10) Books

Group of ten books, booklets and brochures of health and medical issues. Includes: 1) Viavi Gynecological. 1907. Nine plates. 2) Atlas of Hematology by Osgood. 1937. Illustrated. 3) Old Age, Its Cause and Prevention by Sanford Bennett . 1925 ... and

Lot: 511 - A Study of Facial Hair by Mildred Trotter (2)

Two softcover reprints. A Study of Facial Hair in the White and Negro Races by Mildred Trotter. Reprinted from Washington University Studies. 1922. Vol. IX, Scientific Series, No. 2. pp. 273-289. Measure 10.75 in. x 7.25 in. Provenance: Estate of

Lot: 512 - Children's Books (3)

Group of three children's books. Includes: 1) Pinto Ben and other stories by William S. Hart and Mary Hart. 1919. Illustrated. 2) English Fairy Tales by Flora Annie Steel. 1947 reprint with dust jacket clipped. Illustrated. 3) Children's Album by Asa

Lot: 512A - The Water Babies by Kingsley 1900

The Water Babies by Charles Kingsley. 1900. Owner inscription front endsheet. 1900. 231 pp. Color plates. Illustrated cloth. Front joint cracked. Measures 10 in. x 7.5 in. x 1 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle,

Lot: 513 - Cartoons (2) Books

Two books of cartoons and caricatures. Includes: 1) Cartoons and Caricatures or Making the World Laugh by Zim. 1910. 96 pp. with fabric tie. Measures 7.75 in. x 5.5 in. x .5 in. 2) How to Draw Cartoons by Briggs. 1926 stated first edition. Measures

Lot: 514 - Glassware and Porcelain (6) Books

Group of six books of glassware and porcelain. Some in foreign languages. Includes: 1) Masterpieces of Chinese Enamel Ware in the National Palace Museum. 1971 with slipcase. 2) Heribert Seitz Gammal Keramik. 1929. Sweden. ... and more. Group measures

Lot: 515 - Art Gallery and Exhibition Books and Brochures 18

Group of eighteen art gallery and exhibition books and brochures. Group measures 11 in. x 9.5 in. x 7 in. Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, WA. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be

Lot: 516 - Artist's Model by Everard 1952

Artist's Model by John Everard. 1952, reprint. Illustrated. The Bodley Head, London. 172 plates. Dust jacket unclipped and 3 inch top inside corner torn out and slipped into front of book. Cloth covers with lower corners and edges faded with wear.

Lot: 517 - Painter's Oils by Paul N. Hasluck 1905

Painter's Oils, Colours and Varnishes by Paul N. Hasluck. 1905. 160 pp. plus publisher ads. Owner name inside and outside front cover and top edge of title page. Blue cloth covers with red and black lettering. Measures 7.375 in. x 5 in. x .5 in.

Lot: 518 - Illustrated (6) Books

Group of six illustrated books. Includes: 1) Indische Miniaturen. 1937. 2) Jacob Lawrence: The Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman Series of 1938-40. 1991, with dust jacket unclipped. 3) Album Der Braunschweiger. 1888. Illustrated. Browning and

Lot: 519 - Art and Artists (10) Books

Group of ten books of art and artists. Includes: 1) National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors. 1937. Softcover. 2) Imre Reiner. Creative Desire. 1949. 3) A Pilgrim Artist in Palestine. 1932, stated first edition. Dutton, New York. 4)

Lot: 520 - Trade and Industry (18) Books

Group of eighteen books and pamphlets of trade and industry. Includes: 1) An Old Silk Family 1745 - 1945. 1947. The University Press. Blue cloth with gilt lettering. 2) Wooden Boat and Ship Building by Gassbeek. 1941. 3) The Redwood of Coast and

Lot: 521 - Music (13) Books

Group of thirteen books of music. Includes: 1) The Origins of Bowing by Werner Bachman. 1969. Oxford University Press. Dust jacket unclipped. Pages are warping and bowed. 2) Standard Selections for Male Voices. 1889. ... and more. Group measures 9.5

Lot: 522 - Poe: Federico Castellon 1969 LTD SIGNED

Edgar Allan Poe: Mask of the Red Death with sixteen full page lithographs by Federico Castellon. Limited to 500 copies and numbered '440' and signed 'Castellon' on the colophon page 1969. Aquarius Press, Baltimore. Deckled fore and bottom edges.

Lot: 523 - Aboriginal Photographs of Baldwin Spencer 1982

The Aboriginal Photographs of Baldwin Spencer introduced by John Mulvaney. Selected and annotated by Geoffrey Walker. Accompanied with correspondence letters of University of Washington Press and Goodman Literary Agents. 1982, first published. Dust

Lot: 524 - The Old Farmer's Almanack 1875-1888

The Old Farmer's Almanack by Robert B. Thomas. 1875 - 1888 bound in one book. Includes: No. 83 1875; No. 84 1876; No. 85 1877; No. 86 1878; No. 87 1879; No. 88 1880; No. 89 1881; No. 90 1882; No. 91 1883; No. 92 1884; No. 93 1885; No. 94 1886; No. 95

Lot: 525 - The Naval Annual 1897 by Brassey

The Naval Annual 1897. Edited by T. A. Brassey. J. Griffin and Co., Portsmouth. Illustrated. 438 pp. Owner name inside front cover. Light staining index through back inside cover. Blue cloth faded covers and spine. Measures 9.75 in. x 6.25 in. x 1.25

Lot: 526 - Pettengill's Newspaper Directory 1877

Pettengill's Newspaper Directory and Advertisers' Hand-Book for 1877. S. M. Pettengill and Co., New York. 344 pp. Stained and browned. Front endsheet and frontispiece torn near top gutter. Brown cloth with gilt lettering. Worn with tear at lower

Lot: 527 - Poetry and Verse (11) Books

Group of eleven poetry and verse books. Hard and softcovers. Includes: 1) The Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell. Illustrated. 1899. 2) A Voice from the Nile and Other Poems. James Thomson. 1884. 3) My Country by Russell W. Davenport. 1944. 4)

Lot: 528 - Travel and Exploration (6) Books

Group of six books of travel. Includes: 1) Library of Popular Travels or Roughing it in the Bush. Complete in one volume. 1853. Putnam, New York. 2) On the Edge of the Primeval Forest by Albert Schweitzer. 1922 Illustrated. 3) America Discovered by




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