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Rare Books & Manuscripts 04/04/13 Posters, Maps & Other Graphics 04/05/13

Rare Books & Manuscripts 04/04/13 Posters, Maps & Other Graphics 04/05/13

Rare Books & Manuscripts



Sale 1454

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Posters, Maps & Other Graphics Sale 1455 Friday, April 5 at 10am

Tuesday, April 2 10am to 5pm Wednesday, April 3 10am to 5pm Limited viewing morning of sale Catalogue: $12 in the gallery

Inquiries: David Bloom 267.414.1246 Kerry-Lee Jeffery 267.414.1247

Printing by Brilliant Studio Exton, Pennsylvania

Inside Front Cover: Lot 500 (detail) Inside Back Cover: Lot 813 Color images of every lot are available at


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Rare Books & Manuscripts sale 1454: lots 1-606 Thursday, April 4th, 2013 at 10am


Table of Contents Science, Medicine & Natural History 1-17 Illustrated Books & Children’s Books 18-44 Architecture 45-49 Fine, Modern & Graphic Art 50-75 Photography 76-87 Americana 88-116 19th & 20th Literature & Poetry, incl. the Library of Ronald Curry 117-289 Early Literature & Poetry, incl. the Library of Ronald Curry 290-315a Early English Imprints 316-321 Travel & Exploration 322 -329 Military Subjects & History 330-337 Early Printings, incl. the Mount Saint Alphonsus Seminary Library 338-498 Incunubla 499-516 Early latin Manuscripts 517-520 American and Continental 18th & 19th Manuscripts 521-569 20th Century Manuscripts, incl. Motion Picture materials 570-end 5

SCIENCE, MEDICINE & NATURAL HISTORY Lots 1-17 1 131012/8 1 vol. Darwin, Charles. Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries. London: John Murray, 1860. “Tenth Thousand.” 8vo, gilt-ruled calf, gilt spine compartments; edges worn. Former owner’s bookplate on front free endpaper. Spotting to endpapers, light discoloration to title page, else text generally clean. Freeman 20. $300-500 2 122408/1 1 vol. Darwin, Charles. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. New York: D. Appleton, 1860. 1st Amer. ed., 2nd issue. 12mo, orig. brown cloth; moderate wear, front hinge starting to separate, spine starting to detach, corners bumped, other edge wear. Fold chart (moderately toned.) Dampstain at top gutters of endpapers, front matter & 1st 40pp, some dampstaining at fore edge of back matter, scattered light foxing. Freeman 378. $300-500 3 121302/11 1 vol. [New Sydenham Society]. [Atlas of Skin Diseases.] [London], [18641884]. Lg. Folio, 3/4 morocco & marbled bds; extremities scuffed and rubbed. With 44 (of 49) chromolitho. plates & tissue guards; some soiling around edges of a few plates from handling. Library bookplate to front paste down, library ink stamps to front matter & on reverses of each plate (sometimes affecting following plate from offsetting). $500-800 4 122054/5 1 vol. Laignel-Lavastine, M(axime); Vinchon, Jean. Les Malades de L’Esprit et Leurs Medecins du XVIe au XIXe Siecle. Paris: Norbert Maloire, (1930). 1st ed. 4to, orig. wrappers; minor creasing, a little chipped at spine ends. Plates (incl. fold plates.) Slightly browned. Errata sheet laid in. Inscribed and signed by [Maxime] Laignel-Lavastine at head of 1/2 title. $200-300 5 121302/13 1 vol. Cooper, Astley: Illustrations of the Diseases of the Breast. London: Longman, Rees, Orme..,1829. 1st ed. Part 1 - all pub. Lg. 4to, lacking front bd, bdg defective. With 8 hand-colored plates & 1 b/w plate. Plate 9 mounted. Text block sound. Front free endpapers loose, some page edge tears. Title-page with crease and very small open tear by title. Former owner’s inscription to title-page. Very minor

scattered occasional foxing, mostly affecting text pages, some plates with light discoloration. Garrison-Morton 5769 - “Includes one of the earliest descriptions of hyperplastic cystic disease of the breast..” $250-400 6 122367/4 11 vols (2 wrappers.) Phrenology - American & British Imprints - early & mid 19thcentury imprints: Inglish, H.D. A Lecture Upon the Truth,...of Phrenology,.. London, [1826]. 8vo, modern wrappers. Scattered minor foxing. With 1/2 title. * Spurzheim, G. Outlines of Phrenology. London: Treuttel, Wurtz, and Richter, 1829. 12mo, modern cloth. Frontis. Some dampstaining to frontis, minor internal dust smudging at bottom gutters. * Wellford, Beverley R. Remarks on the Principles of Phrenology. Fredericksburg, 1834. 8vo, orig. printed wrappers; moderately dusty, some internal spotting, scattered chipping & small tears to wrappers & text, old ink inscriptive at head of front wrappers. Am. Imprints 29662 (locating 4 copies.) * Gall, Francois Joseph. [The Works] Boston: Marsh, Capen & Lyon, 1835. The Phrenological Library. 6 vols, 12mo, orig. cloth; rebacked, most of orig. gilt-lettered spines preserved, new endpapers. Portrait. Occasional internal dust smudging, light foxing throughout. OCLC 15042596 (recording 4 sets.) * Transactions of the Phrenological Society. Edinburgh; London, 1824. 8vo, contemp. 1/4 calf & bds, spine gilt; extremities & joints scuffed. With 50 plates. Some offsetting, light to moderate foxing. * The American Phrenological Journal and Miscellany. Philadelphia, Oct. 1, 1838-Sept. 1, 1839. Vol. 1, nos. 1-12. 8vo, orig. sheep; scuffed, occasionally rubbed. With vol. 1 general title, 1839, prospectus tipped in. Scattered light to occasionally moderate foxing. $250-400 7 121065/30 7 portfolios. Hough, Romeyn Beck. The American Woods. Louisville, New York, 1893, 1891-1899. Parts 1-3, 5-8. 2nd ed of part 1., 1st ed of parts 2,3, 5-8. 8vo, orig. cloth portfolios & sleeves; spines of portfolios occasionally blistered, sleeves for parts 1-3 & 8 defective, clasp on part 1 defective, others intact. With text vols. in orig. wrappers; some chipping to part 1 text wrapper. 178 sets of sections (3 per section); occasional fissures. $1,500-2,500 8 121563/35 2 vols. Step, Edward. Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse. London: Frederick Warne & Co., [1896]. Vols 1-4 in 2 vols. 8vo, later giltlettered blue cloth; corners bumped, fading to spine and edges. With 316 chromolitho. plates. Former owner’s stamp on front free endpaper. $300-500


9 122397/1 2 vols. De Candolle, [Augustin Pyramus.]; Redouté, [P. J.] Histoire des Plantes Grasses. Paris: De L’Imprimerie de Didot, 1790 [but 17991820]. Folio; orig. gilt decorated scarlet red morocco; extremities rubbed, bds detached, wear to head and tail of spine. 112 stippleengraved plates, printed in colours by P-J. Redoute and HenriJoseph Redoute. 11 1/2 x 8 inches - plate mark; 19 1/4 x 13 inches; 495 x 330mm. Scattered foxing, mostly to text and not affecting plates. Sold as is. [Stafleu & Cowan, p983, wrote that this work is “One of the nightmares of botanical bibliography ... Several editions are known to have been distributed, but new title-pages, partial indexes and new covers were issued at different times either with existing stock or with later reprints... There are hardly any identical copies. Very often plates are lacking, but... a huge number of “variants” exist.”] Other bound collections of this work, originally issued in parts are said to hold various numbers of prints from 164 to 159 plates. Dunthorne 241, “A most important work, and from the print point of view of technique and pure colour printing, Redoute’s masterpiece.” Calling for 159 plates. $5,000-8,000 See color illustration on page 65 10 No lot 11 131144/2 1 vol. Bonaparte, Charles Lucien. American Ornithology...not given by Wilson. [Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1825-33.] Bonaparte Atlas vol. only. Folio, orig. green cloth; corners worn, spine frayed. With 27 (of 27) hand-colored plates. With 1/2 title and index to plates. Occasional light discoloration to page edges. Plate 17 with some staining, otherwise generally clean. Nissen 116; Sabin 6264; Zimmer 64; Casey Wood 247. $1,500-2,500 See color illustration on page 65 12 122397/13 1 vol. Jardine, William. Contributions to Ornithology for 1848. Edinburgh: W.H. Lizars, 1848-1850. 8vo, contemp. 1/2 morocco & marbled bds; edge wear, joints tender. With 56 (44 hand colored) plates, other illus. Light toning. Plates generally clean and bright. $300-500

13 131144/5 1 vol. Jardine, William. Leaves from the Book of Nature. Edinburgh: W.H. Lizars, [1846]. 1st Ed. Folio, later cloth; worn. With 115 (of 117) partly colored plates & vignette illus. title page. Wear and loss to lower right corner of front matter leaves, some closed tears to page edges by gutter. Dampstaining to table of contents. Occasional scattered spotting & dust-soiling. Modern child’s drawing to verso of pl. 74. $2,500-4,000 See color illustration on page 65 16 131144/4 14 vols. Sowerby, F.L.S. English Botony. London: George Bell & Sons, 188699. “Third Edition.” Assembled set. Vols 1-12; duplicate of 5 & 6. 8vo, later 3/4 blue morocco & bds, raised spine compartments; vols 7 & 12 with defective binding and 7, 10, 11, 12 & additional copy of 5 & 6 with faded spines. With 1926 (of 1937) colored plates in 12 vols, additional plates in 5 & 6. Vol 12 lacking text pp208-215. Sold as is. Nissen 2227. $800-1,200 17 121341/52 2 vols. Grandville, J.J., illus.; Delord, T et al. Les Fleurs Animees. Paris: Garnier Freres, 1867. “Nouvelle Edition.” 8vo, orig. pebbled cloth; extremites. With hand-colored plates. Some scattered light to moderate foxing. $400-600

ILLUSTRATED BOOKS & CHILDREN’S BOOKS Lots 18-44 18 122416/10 1 vol. (Remington, Frederic, illus.) Roosevelt, Theodore. Ranch Life and the Hunting-Trail. New York: Century, (1888). 1st ed. Sm. folio, orig. brown linen, stamped in gold, a.e.g.; corners slightly bumped, other minor edge wear. With 2 plates, full-page & text illus. Second binding state. Generally bright, attractive copy. Howes R-432(aa). $300-500 19 122416/12 1 vol. (Russell, Charles M; Remington, Frederick, illus.) Wister, Owen. The Virginian, a Horseman of the Plains. New York: Macmillan, 1911. #77/100 signed by Owen Wister. 8vo, orig. vellum-backed giltlettered tan bds, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. Color frontis, plates, text illus. 1st limite, signed & illus. ed. Bright, tight copy in custom 1/2 morocco slipcase & cloth chemise. $300-500 7

20 122416/5 2 vols. (Wyeth, N.C., illus.): Parkman, Francis. The Oregon Trail. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1925. #30/975. Illus. by Frederic Remington & N. C. Wyeth. 8vo, orig. 3/4 cloth & pictorial beige bds; minor edge wear. D/J (worn edges and creasing, tape repair to upper spine. Slipcase (worn.) Internally generlaly clean. * Boyd, James. Drums. New York: Charles Scribner’s, [1928]. #56/500 signed by James Boyd and N.C Wyeth. 4to, orig. bright orange cloth, pictorial label; spine faded. Internally generally clean. Allen & Allen, p198. $400-600 21 122416/1 1 vol. (Wyeth, N.C., illus.) Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan. The Yearling. New York: Charles Scribner’s, 1939. One of 770 copies signed by Majorie Kinnan Rawlings and N.C Wyeth. 4to, orig. gilt-lettered green cloth; minor wear, slipcase (edge wear and discoloration.) Internally generally clean. Former owner’s bookplate to front paste down. $600-800 24 122416/7 1 vol. (Wyeth, N.C., illus.) Roberts, Kenneth. Trending Into Maine. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1938. #476/1,075 signed by Kenneth Roberts and N.C. Wyeth. 8vo, orig. two-tone cloth; faded in areas, edges scuffed. Internally clean. $200-300 25 121341/55 1 vol. Rackham, Arthur, illus.; Lamb, Charles & Mary. Tales from Shakespeare. London: J.M. Dent & Co., 1909. #565/750, signed by Rackham. 4tp; orig. gilt-lettered cloth, ribbon ties (ties defective); staining and toning to front panel and spine. With 13 tipped-in color illus. Latimore & Haskell, p33. $250-400 26 121341/63 4 vols. (wrappers) French Illustrated Imprints - 20th C: Eluard, Paul. En Avril 1944: Paris Respirait Encore! Paris: La Galerie Charpentier, [1945]. #983/991. Folio, orig. wrappers; toned. Color illus. by Jean Hugo. * Rilke, Rainer Maria. Les Fenetres. Paris, 1927. #365/500. Folio, orig. wrappers. Illus. by Baladine. * Duhamel, Georges. Maurice de Vlaminck. Paris: Les Ecrivans Reunis, 1927. #615/875. 4to, orig. wrappers; discolored. With 28 plates & 4 etchings. * Berr de Turique, Marcelle. Raoul Dufy. Paris: Librairie Floury, 1930. 4to, orig. pictorial wrappers. With engraved frontis. $400-600

27 121600/56 1 vol. (Fanfrolico Press.) Lindsay, Norman, illus; Aristophanes. Lysistrata. London, [1926]. #208/300 (of 725) signed by Jack Lindsay - the translator. Folio, orig. 1/2 blue morocco & gilt pictorial bds; corners & spine ends just rubbed, other light wear. Unique copy with expertly hand colored illus. Endpapers lighly toned. $300-500 33 11-1621/12 1 vol. Oakley, Violet. The Holy Experiment, Our Heritage from William Penn. (Philadelphia): Gogsela Studio, (1950). #759/1000 signed by Violet Oakley. 4to, orig. blue cloth, gilt, glassine. With prospectus in cogsela studio pub. envelope, inscribed “Merry Christmas,” dated “1950” & signed by Violet Oakley on front of envelope. Fine copy in orig. mailing packing box addressed by hand by Violet Oakley. $250-400 34 122360/1 9 vols. [Fashion.] Harper’s Bazaar: A Repository of Fashion, Pleasure and Instruction. New York: Vols III, VI, XVIII, X, XIII, XV, XVI, XVIII and XXI. 1870, 1873, 1875, 1877, 1880, 1882, 1883, 1885 and 1888. Folio, orig. gilt-foliate pub. green cloth; minor wear. Bright, generally clean copies. Illus. and folding patterns. $250-400 35 122471/8 2 vols. [Costume.] Sand, Maurice. Masques et Bouffons. Paris: A Levy Fils, 1862. 4to, orig. 1/2 morocco and bds, gilt-ruled; corners bumped, extremities worn. With hand-colored plates. Some discoloration to page edges. $250-400 36 122339/1 1 vol. (Geisel, Theodore.) Seuss, Dr. The Seven Lady Godivas. New York: Random House, (1939). 1st ed., 1st ptg. 4to, orig. pictorial cloth; corners slightly bumped, other light edge wear, d/j (chipped along edges, a few close tears, occasionally creased, spine ends & corners chipped away.) Illus., pictorial endpapers. Endpaper gutters darkening. 1 close tear in illus. text. Presentation copy inscribed and signed by “Dr. Seuss” at foot of front free endpaper recto. $800-1,200


37 122256/1 1 vol. (Disney, Walt.) Salten, Felix. Walt Disney’s Bambi. New York: Simon and Schuster, (1941). 1st Disney ed. 4to, orig. color pictorial bds; worn, spine defective, front cover detahced. Lacking front free endpaper. Color illus. Chipping at foot of color prelims. Presentation copy, inscribed and signed in green crayon by Walt Disney on 1/2 title. $800-1,200 38 122466/6 1 vol. Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child’s Garden of Verses. New York: R.H. Russell, (1900). Lg. Sq. 4to, orig. blue pictorial bds; corners bumped, extremities worn, some staining near hinge. Color plates and other illus. by E. Mars and M.H. Squire. Former owner’s inscriptions on front free endpaper. $250-400 39 131012/4 1 vol. Upton, Bertha & Florence K. The Golliwogg’s Polar Adventure. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1900. 1st ed. Oblong 4to, orig. color pictorial bds; corners bumped & rubbed, occasional light wear, some scattered dust smudging. Color pictorial title + 31 full page color pictorial illus. Ink git inscription dated Nov. 2, 1900 on front free endpaper. Sound, attractive copy. $250-400 40 131012/5 1 vol. Upton, Bertha & Florence K. The Golliwogg’s “Auto-Go-Cart”. New York: Longmans, Green, 1901. 1st ed., Amer. issue. Oblong 4to, orig. color pictorial bds; corners bumped & rubbed, other moderate edge wear. Front hinge starting to separate, back hinge stressed, some chipping at endpaper gutters. With color pictorial title + 31 full page color pictorial illus (2 forming a double page image.) Vertical crease to title & 1 color illus, very occasional minor dust smudging. Ink gift inscription, dated 1901 on front free endpaper. Attractive copy. $250-400 41 131012/6 1 vol. Upton, Bertha & Florence K. The Golliwoggs at the Sea Side. London: Longmans, Green, 1898. 1st ed. Oblong 4to, orig. color pictorial bds; corners bumped & rubbed, other moderate edge wear, some minor creasing, negligible chipping & dust smudging. Front hinge starting to crack. With color pictorial title + 31 full page color pictorial illus. Scattered minor internal wear. Sound copy. $200-300

42 131012/7 2 vols. Upton, Bertha & Florence K. The Golliwogg’s Air-Ship. L: Longmans, 1902. 1st ed. Oblong 4to, orig. color pictorial bds; moderate to heavy edgewear. Scattered light to moderate dust smudging. Front hinge cracked. With color pictorial title & 31 full page color pictorial illus. Scattered minor spotting. Just slightly shaken. Ink gift inscription, dated Christmas 1902 on front free endpaper. * The Golliwogg’s Circus. L: Longmans, Green, 1903. 1st ed. Oblong 4to, color pictorial bds; moderate edge wear, some dust smudging. Hinges cracked, text black detaching. Shaken. With color pictorial title + 31 full page color illus. $200-300 43 122416/8 1 vol. Harris, Joe Chandler. Uncle Remus. New York: Appleton and Company, 1881. 1st ed., 1st issue. 12mo, orig. gilt-pictorial orangebrown cloth; cornes bumped, wear to head and foot of spine. Bookplate of former owner on front pastedown. Internally generally clean. BAL 7100; with all first issue points. $400-600 44 122489/15 * 2 vols. (William, Garth, illus.) White, E.B: Stuart Little. New York: Harper, (1945). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. pictorial cloth; light edge wear, d/j (slightly darkened, occasional minor chipping to edges). Illus. * Charlotte’s Web. New York: Harper, (1952). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. pictorial cloth; light wear, d/j, (joints & edges scuffed, starting to darken, occasional minor chipping to edges.) Illus. Both VG/VG+. Wise 5. $500-800

ARCHITECTURE Lots 45-49 45 121088/49 1 vol. Wilson, Hardy. Old Colonial Architecture in South Wales and Tasmania. Sydney, 1924. #850/1000. Folio, orig. cloth-backed bds, gilt; light wear. With 50 mounted plates, lettered tissue guards. Some dustsoiling at center fore edge of title & instruction leaves. Brognard Richardson Okie’s copy, signed by him on front free endpaper recto, Okie (1875-1945); prominant Pennsylvania architect. $500-800 9

46 122054/6 2 vols. Italian Architecture - Presentation Copies: Palanti, Mario. Cinque Anni di Lavoro. Milan: Casa Editrice d’Arte Bestetti & Tumminelli, [1924]. 12mo, gilt pictorial & lettered offwhite bds, t.e.g., light foxing. Slipcase (some spotting.) Inscribed to Arturio Toscanini, dated, “Milano, 1925” and signed by M(ario) Palanti on front fly recto. * Verga, Guido. Imonumenti Architettonici di Crema e dei Dintorni. Crema, 1939. 1/50 (fo 250). 4to, orig. 1/4 vellum & bds; spine ends rubbed & chipped, light to moderate edge wear. Plates, text illus., plans. Arturo Toscaninin’s copy (with his initials on the limitation page.) Also with inscribed presentation to Arturo Toscanini dated (39 XVII) & signed by Guido Verga on front blank. $500-800 47 122397/10 1 vol. D’Aviler, Augustin Charles. Cours D’Architecture. Paris: CharlesAntoine Jombert, 1760. 4to, mottled calf, worn and scored. Hinges splitting. With engraved title & 154 plates, many folding. Plates generally clean, except for occasional light spotting, 1 plate with closed horizontal tear, 1 with staining. Brunet II: 539 $300-500 48 121088/52 13 portfolios. Vacquire, J. et al. Les Anciens Chateaux de France. Paris: F. Contet, 1928-1932. Series 1-13. Folio, orig. bds, ties. Plates. Loose as issued. Minor wear. Ro. Brognard Okie’s (an American Architect) set, signed by him on several 1/2 titles. $300-500 49 121088/53 Lot. Architecture: Elwell, Newton W. The Architecture, Furniture and Interiors of Maryland and Virginia during the 18th Century. Boston, 1897. Folio, orig. leather & cloth; rubbed. Plates. * _ _ Colonial Furniture and Interiors. Boston, (1896). Folio, orig. cloth. Plates. Rough bdgs. * Helburn, Wm. pub. Fragments and Details, Architecture, Decoration and Furniture of the Elizabethan Period. N.Y., [c1900]. Folio, orig. cloth plates. * Alfred, G.T. Architecture of the Renaissance in England. L., 1894. Folio, orig. bds. Vol. 2 only. * Helburn, Wm. pub. Architectureal Details of the Classic and Renaissance Period. N.Y., [c1910]. Folio, orig. bds. Plates. * The Book of the Boston Architectural Club. Boston, 1924. Sm. folio, orig. bds. Plates. Brognard Richardson Okie’s copies, all but Elwell’s Colonial Furniture signed by him on front matter; Okie (1875-1945); prominant Pennsylvania architect. $300-500 See lot 76 for another book of architectural interest.

FINE, MODERN & GRAPHIC ART Lots 50-75 50 131144/6 1 vol. Harding, J.D., illus. Picturesque Selections. London: W. Kent and Co., [1861]. Folio, 3/4 morocco & gilt-lettered bds; rubbed corners, edges worn. With 30 mounted tinted litho. plates. Title-page with some spotting, other pages generally clean. $250-400 51 122493/3 1 portfolio. Kurth, Willi. The Complete Woodcuts of Albrecht Durer. London: W. G. Foyle, 1927. One of 500. Intro. by Campbell Dodgson. Folio, orig. cloth portfolio; wear to edges. With 346 plates, loose as issued. $200-300 52 122426/3 1 vol. (wrappers.) (Dufy, Raoul, illus.) Montfort, Eugene. La Belle-Enfant. Paris: Ambroise Vollard, 1930. #161/245(of 340) on velin d’Arches. With 77 etchings by Raoul Dufy - loose as issued. Generally internally clean. Light creasing to edges of etched cover. In custom box. Artist and the Book 93. $1,500-2,500 53 121341/61 2 vols. (wrappers.) Diaghilev, Sergei [Pavlovich.] Les Facheux. Paris: Editions des Quatre Chemins, 1924. #138/ 425 on velin d’Arches. 4to, orig. pictorial stiff wrappers; toned, with wear to heads of spines. With frontis port. by Man Ray, hand-colored plates and other photo illus. by Jean Cocteau & Georges Braque. Some internal discoloration. $600-800 54 122426/4 1 vol. Barbier, Georges, illus. Panorama Dramatique. Casanova. Paris, [1921]. 8vo, orig. pictorial bd; corners bumped, surface scuffing. Unbound as issued. With 24 hand-colored plates by Georges Barbier. Pages lightly toned, some wear to corners. $1,200-1,800 55 121341/64 1 vol. [Toulouse-Lautrec, illus. by.] Joyant, Maurice. La Cuisine de Monsieur Momo, Celibataire. Paris: Editions Pellet, [1930]. #167/ 250. 4to, orig wrappers, glassine; discolored. With colored frontis after Vuillard & 24 plates by Toulouse-Lautrec. Internally generally clean. [Bitting, p251.] $500-800


56 121341/51 1 vol. Maupassant, Guy de. La Maison Tellier. Paris: Ambroise Vollard, 1934. #297/305(325). With 19 etchings after Edgar Degas, loose as issued. Folio, orig. printed wrappers, glassine (torn). $500-800 57 121910/4 2 vols. [Chagall, Matisse, Miro, illus. by.] Verve. Paris, 1937-1940. Vols 1-8. Folio, contemp. pictorial cloth (vols 1-4; extremities frayed & 3/4 morocco & cloth (vols 5-8); joints & extremities rubbed. Front covers for vols 1-4 & front & back covers for vols 5-8 preserved. Color litho. & other illus. Internally clean & crisp. Includes orig. color lithos by Pierre Bonnard, G. Braque, M. Chagall, P. Klee, H. Matisse, J. Miro et al. $400-600 58 121341/47 1 vol. (wrappers.) Matisse, Henri. Pierre a Feu: Les Miroires Profonds. Paris: Maeght Editeur, (1947). #915/999. 4to, orig. color litho. wrappers; surface with some scuffing and light discoloration, tear to head of spine. With orig. litho. Internally generally clean. $400-600 59 121639/103 1 vol. De Goya Lucientes, Francisco. La Tauromaquia. Barcelona: Victoria, 1944. Oblong 4to, orig. blind stamped calf, rough cut edges; minimal wear. #118/500. With 41 engraved plates. Internally clean. In silk covered box; wear and dust smudging. $400-600 60 122426/1 Lot. Art Periodicals: Cahiers D’Art. Paris, 1931-1957. (1931) Nos 1-4, 7-10; (1932) 1-2; (1933) 1-11; (1934) 1-4, 5-8; (1935) 1-4; (1936) 8-10; (1938) 1-2, 3-10; (1939) 5-10; (1940) 1-2; (1948) 1, (1950) 2 and (1954) I, II. Illus by Joan Miro et al. $2,000-3,000 61 122493/7 1 vol. (Moore, Henry.) Gregson, Geoffrey, text by. Heads, Figures and Ideas. Greenwich, Ct: New York Graphic Society, 1958. 1st ed. Folio, orig. bds, d/j (large closed tear to lower edge, creasing.) Color illus. With auto-lithograph printed on handmade paper with embossed signature, other illus. $200-300

62 122493/1 4 vols. Miro, Joan. Lithographs. Paris, (1972) Vol. I; Barcelona, vols II-IV. 4to, orig. cloth, wrappers. With 11 orig. color lithos by Joan Miro in vols I and II, and 5 in vol III. Color plates, other illus. French language edition of vols I. Spanish language edition of vol II-IV. Near Fine. Slipcases. $800-1,200 63 131074/1 1 vol. (Miro, Joan) Derriere Le Miroir. Paris, Nov.-Dec., 1948; May-June, 1950, June, July, August, 1953; June, July, Aug. 1956. Nos 14-15; 29-30; 57; 58; 59; 87; 88 & 89. Folio, contemp. blue cloth, orig. color litho. covers bound in. Nos. 14 & 15 - 8pp, each with ori. color litho illus. by Miro. Nos. 29 & 30 - 2 orig. double-page color lithos incl. wrappers by Miro. Nos 57, 58 & 59. 12 orig. color lithos., incl. lg fold color litho. Nos 87, 88, 89 - 7 orig. lithos, of which 6 are color lithos (3 double & single page.) Internally clean & crisp, each issue separate by double blank leaves. Without the Chroniques insert in Nos. 14-15. $500-800 64 122493/1B 4 vols. Miro, Joan. Lithographs. Paris, (1972) Vol. I; Barcelona, vols II-IV. 4to, orig. cloth, wrappers. With 11 orig. color lithos by Joan Miro in vols I and II, and 5 in vol III. Color plates, other illus. English language edition of vols I. Spanish language edition of vol II-IV. Near Fine. Slipcases. $800-1,200 65 131072/10 2 vols. (wrappers) 20th Century Art Books, Incl. German Expressionist Book: Soupault, Philippe. L’Arme Secrete. Paris: Bordas, (1946). #250/300, signed by Soupault on limitation page. 4to, orig. wrappers; light wear. With orig. litho. frontis signed in pencil by by Andre Masson, other illus. * Schiebelhuth, Hans. Der Hafenfreuzzug. Darmstadt: Dachstube, 1920. #37/500 signed by Schielhuth. 4to, orig. wrappers. With orig. woodcuts by Victor Joseph Kuron. $250-400 66 131072/13 1 vol. Arp, Jean. Onze Peintres. Zurich: Editions Girsberger, 1949. #111/ 200. 4to, orig. printed wrappers with lettered glassine; light wear, small tears to glassine and discoloration. With woodcut signed in pencil by Arp & 2 other orig. lithos by Leuppi & Kandinsky. Internally generally clean. With ex-libris inkstamp to 1/2 title. $400-600 11

67 131216/1 1 vol. (Picasso, Pablo.) Suite de 180 Dessins. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., [1954]. American Edition. Verve No. 29/30. Folio, orig bds; scuffed, spine faded, binding loose from text block. With color litho title, color & b/w lithos. Internally generally clean, small closed edge tear to both text & litho title-pages. Lacking dust-jacket. $500-800 68 131216/2 4 vols. (wrappers) Art Periodicals: Verve. [Paris], 1938-1939. Vol. 1. No. 1-4; Vol. 2. Nos. 5 & 6. Folio, orig. illus. wrappers; worn. With color and b/w lithos, some double page, by Joan Miro, Marc Chagall, Matisse, etc. Internally generally clean. $300-500 69 121910/3 Lot. (Topolski, Feliks.) Topolski’s Chronicle. London, 1956-1963. Folio, orig. litho wrappers. Litho. illus. Approx. 13 assorted issues. Vols 4, 8, 9, 10 & 11. Vols. 11 presumed complete, in orig. vol. 11 portfolio. Minor wear. Feliks Topolski (1907-1989); Polish born expressionist painter. $200-300 70 11-8064/37 1 vol. (Bradshaw, David, illustrator.) Burroughs, William S. Propergation Hazard. Univ. of South Florida: Graphic Studio, (1993). #13/18 artist proof copies (of 108) signed by William S. Burroughs & David Bradshaw. Folio, loose as issued in black cloth fall down box. With 8 prints (lithographs & etchings) signed in pencil by David Bradshaw. NF/F in orig. aluminum case. $800-1,200 71 122426/6 1 vol. (wrappers.) [Chagall, Marc.] Hofshteyn, David. Troyer [Sorrow.] Kiev: Kultur Lige, 1922. 1st ed. Folio, orig. wrappers; light creasing and small edge tears. Illus. by Marc Chagall. All above transcribed from the Yiddish. Modern facsimile cover. $1,000-1,500 72 121990/31 4 vols. Chagall, Marc. Lithographs. Monte Carlo; Andre Sauret, (1974). Four copies of Vols IV . Each 4to, orig. cloth, d/j. Each with 2 orig. color lithos (incl wrappers). Color plates, other illus. Near Fine +. $500-800

73 122335/1 1 vol. Braque, Georges. Chaier de Georges Braque 1917-1947. Paris: Maeght, (1948). 1st ed. 1/750 on velin de marais (of 845). Folio, orig. pictorial wrappers over flexible bds; minor edge wear. Illus. throughout. Loose as issued. Minor darkening to edges, minor dampstaining at bottom center edge title & front matter, unobtrusive pencil numerical notes at foot of many leaves & wrapper flaps. In orig. grey cloth sleeve with ties; occasional spotting. $300-500 74 121990/24 1 vol.(wrappers.) Chappuis, Pierre; Ubac, Raoul, illus. Pommier Impudique. Lausanne, Melisa, (1970). 1/5 (of 570). Folio, orig.wrappers. With 3 orig. lithos signed in pencil by Ubac. Some light offsetting. Internally generally clean. $250-400 75 121990/30 2 vols. Chagall, Marc. Lithographs. Monte Carlo: Andre Sauret, (1969); Monte Carlo; Andre Sauret, (1974). Vols III and IV. 4to, orig. cloth, d/j. Each with 2 orig. color lithos (incl wrappers). Color plates, other illus. Near Fine +. $400-600

PHOTOGRAPHY Lots 76-87 76 122363/1 1 vol. Venturi, Robert; Brown, Denise Scott; Izenour, Steven. Learning from Las Vegas. Cambridge, Ma: MIT Press, [1972]. 1st ed. Folio, orig. gilt-lettered cloth, glassine lettered d/j (tears and creasing.) With plans, photos and in-text illus. $250-400 77 121341/14A 1 vol. 19th-Century Photography: Views of Paris: Paris et ses Environs. [Paris]: Maison Thomas, [c1890]. Oblong 4to, orig. 3/4 morocco, gilt-lettered; edge wear, hinges slightly stressed. Approx. 50 silver prints, mounted on bds; scattered moderate foxing. $200-300 78 131120/5 1 vol. Welty, Eudora. One Time, One Place. N.Y: Random House, 1971. 1st ed., #251/300 signed by Eudora Welty. Sm. 4to, orig. silver lettered white linen, tope edge stained orange; minor wear, glassine (chipped at edges), slipcase (light edge wear.) Photoplates by Eudora Welty. Remainder? stamp on front free endpaper recto. $150-250


79 121088/33 Lot. 19th & 20th Photographic Views of Japan and South East Asia: Haar, Francis. [Pictorial Japan.] [Japan: Photofinishing Plant / Japan Central Exchange, [c1940s]. Lg. 4to cloth portfolio, containing 24 photographic plates of Japanese daily life (light discoloration and some edge wear.) Each photo stamped ‘Francis Haar.’ on verso. * _ _ The Best of Old Japan. Tokyo, Japan & Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1951. 4to, orig. bds; light wear. B/w photo illus. * [Views of Singapore.] N.p., [c1912]. Oblong 8vo, blind-stamped bds, gilt lettered; wear to extremities. Accordian format, detached bds. With 24 mounted silver prints - depicting various outdoor locations in Singapore. Images beginning to fade. * Approx. 30-40 loose views. c1900. Depicting various street scenes, harbor scenes and some portraits. $250-400 80 121959/1 1 vol. [Early Photography] Ehninger, John W. Autograph Etchings by American Artists. New York: W. A. Townsend, 1859. Sm. folio, orig. publishers gilt-lettered green morocco; spine ends, corners & edges heavily rubbed, foot of spine rubbed away, front cover detached. With 12 mounted cliche-verve plates, tissue guards. Dampstaining & darkening to bottom margins of title page & front matter, edges of mounts occasionally foxed & starting to darken. This publication introduced a new photographic technique called “Cliche-Verre” which produced an image from a glass plate to paper through projected light. $800-1,200


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81 128095/7 3 pieces. Confedrate Photos: Portrait of General George Edward Pickett. Richmond, [1860s]. Oval albumen print, 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches; 190 x 130mm - orig. mount. Some toning to image, darkening & spotting to mount - gilt residue on top edge. 3/4 portrait in uniform. * Bust portrat of Gen. Pickett. c1890. Photo process, 24 x 20 inches; 610 x 500mm. Stained & worn. In worn orig. frame. * Double portrait of [Capt.] Edward R. Baird? & son? c1900. Oval silver print. 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches; 90 x 63mm, orig. mount. Light surface wear to photo, some staining to mat. [Baird wearing Civil War decorations.] See lots 545-561 for other George Edward Pickett lots. $500-800 82 131118/3 1 vol. Photography - Yellowstone National Park: St. Paul, Minnesota: F. Jay Haynes, c1910. 4to, orig. red lettered cloth; light edge wear. With 40 gelatin silver prints; each 4 x 5 inches; 101 x 127mm. Some photos a little faded. Occaisional minor to moderate spotting to mat. $300-500 83 131151/3 1 piece. (Civil War Photo.) Brady, Mathew. “(Camp McDowell.) 8th Dept. N.Y.S.T. Arlington Heights Va.” Brady’s Incidents of the War. Washington, D.C., 1861. Albumen Print. 11 x 14 1/2 inches; 280 x 368mm, orig. printed mat. Many of the subject’s names & rank supplied in contemp. ms. Clean & attractive. Framed. $1,200-1,800 84 122489/283 * 1 piece. (Woodburytype Photo.) Carjat, Etienne. “Ch. Baudelaire.” Paris: Goupil, [1876-1881]. Bust portrait. 9 x 7 inches; 228 x 178mm. On orig. Galerie Contemporaire mount. Dark & attractive. Framed. Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867); French poet. $250-400 85 122593/1 2 pieces. (Union Navy Ordinance.) Orig. 19th-Century Photos - Cartes-deVisite: Dahlgren Coat of Arms incorporating photo image of the Dahlgren Gun (muzzel loading naval artillery designed by Admiral John A. Dahlgren.) against a painted gold background, by M.B. Brady, 1865, signed below image by (J. A.) Dahlgren. * Standing portrait of J.A. Dahlgren with cannon by C.D. Fredericks. Both in exceptional states of preservation. Dahlgren, Admiral John A. (American, 1809-1870); headed Union Navy’s Ordinance during the Civil War, “Father of American Ordinance.” $300-500

86 122593/2 1 piece. (Native Americans) Orig. Photograph. Barry, D.F. Self Portrait with The Hunkapa Dakota Rain-In-The-Face. Superior, Wisconsin, 18901897. Silver Print, 8 x 6 inches; 203 x 152mm, orig. mount, orig. fold decorated heavy paper case with photographer’s Superior, Wisconsin printed label. Prospectus sheet, 12 x 6 inches; 403 x 152mm, inserted. Barry’s blind stamp on photo & mount. All in excellent state of preservation. $1,200-1,800 87 122466/4 2 pieces. 19th Century Photography - Native Americans - Cabinet Cards: “Sitting Bull.” Chi[cago]: Geo. Spencer, [c1885]. Standing portrait. Mounted to photographer’s card (loss to corners of card.) * “Chief and Buffalo Bill.” Montreal: Wm. Notman & Son, [c1885]. Standing portrait. Titled in pencil by a contemp. hand. $500-800 See lot 562 for a 19th century photographer’s journal of Western travel.

AMERICANA Lots 88-117 88 122519/262 1 vol. [Native American Language.] Ottawa. Anime-Misinaigan [Ottawa Prayer Book]. Paris: E.J. Bailly, 1837. 1st ed. 12mo, contemp. 1/2 cloth & bds; joints loose and beginning to fray, bds scuffed. Ex-libris ticket to front paste down, library pocket to rear paste-down. Moderate foxing. Sabin 57885; in the same year this publisher issued Frederic Baraga’s Abrege de l’Histoire des Indiens l’Amerique Septrentrionale. See Siebert sale 393. $400-600 89 122519/32 4 vols. [Native American Language 19th Century Books: [Lacombe, Albert.] Prayer Book in Sauteux. [Montreal]: Beauchemin & Valois, 1880. 12mo, orig. brown cloth; spine faded, edges worn. Printed in Sauteux. Ex-libris markings. Former owner’s inscriptions on front free endpaper. * Vetromile, Eugene. Indian Good Book. N.Y: Edward Dunigan & Bro., 1856. 12mo, gilt red morocco; spine defective, worn. Plates. Ex-libris markings, scattered foxing. Front free endpaper torn. * the 2nd ed. of the preceding. 12mo, gilt red morocco, spine defective, ex-libris markings. Plates. Field 1601 * _ _ Bible.[In Penoscot.] New York: Rennie, Shea & Lindsay, 1860. 12mo, contemp. brown cloth; spine worn, head and tailed frayed. Frontis port. & other plates. Occasional scattered foxing and spotting. Ex-libris markings. $500-800


90 131012/10 1 vol. Beverley, Robert. The History of Virginia. London: B. and S. Tooke, 1722. “The Second Edition.” 8vo, 3/4 blue morocco & marbled bds; corners bumped, edges worn. With frontis & 14 plates; plates with scattered repairs, some trimmed close. Lacking 4p adverts. Scattered spotting and discoloration. Sabin 5113; Howes B410. $1,000-1,500 91 131198/8 1 vol. Jefferson, Thomas. Notes on the state of Virginia. Phila.: Mathew Carey, 1794. “Second American Edition.” 8vo, contemp. calf, red morocco spine label; edges worn. With fold table, lacking map of Virginia. Scattered spotting and some dampstaining. With owner’s stamp of Charles Macalester I on title page. Sabin 35878; Evans 27162; Howes J-78. $500-800 92 121088/39 1 vol. Jefferson, Thomas. Notes on the State of Virginia. Phila: R.T. Rawle, 1801. “First Hot-Pressed Edition”. 8vo, contemp. calf; lacking front cover. With fold map, port., 2 plans, fold table. Without the view of the Natural Bridge. With Jefferson’s corrections on the Logan Affair. Light to moderate foxing & offsetting at edges - no loss of paper. Moderate foxing to plans. Scattered light foxing to text. Crisp copy. Sabin 35903; Howes J-78. Neither Sabin or Howes calling for the fold table & 2 plans above. $600-800 93 131012/11 1 vol. Jefferson, Thomas. Notes on the State of Virginia. Boston: H. Sprague, 1802. “Ninth American Edition.” 16mo, contemp. calf; worn, hinges repaired. With frontis. port. & fold map. Discoloration and spotting. Sabin 35896. $300-500 94 121661/22 5 vols. (wrappers.) + 1 piece. American 18th & 19th C. Imprints: [Washington, George.] The Last Will and Testament. Worcester: Isaiah Thomas, 1800. 8vo, orig self wrappers, sewn; scattered moderate spotting and staining. 1 inch loss to foot of [p23], no loss of text. Untrimmed. Howes W-145a; Evans 38994. * Ames, Fisher. An Oration on the Sublime Virtues of General George Washington. Boston: Young & Minns, [1800]. 1st issue. 8vo, orig. wrappers. Untrimmed. Scattered spotting and light toning. Evans 36829. * Bickerstaff, Isaac. The Rhode-Island Almanack...1828. Providence: H.H. Brown, (1828). 8vo, contemp. wrappers. Trimmed, scattered spotting. Drake 13027.* [Low, Nathanael.] Fleet’s Pocket Almanack ...1789. Boston: T & J. Fleet,

(1789). 12mo, orig. self wrappers. Lacking 141/142; 143/144 loose. Drake 3410.* 19th century reprint of The Independent Chronicle. Boston, Feb. 13, 1783. 1p, folio; toned and with losses to edges affecting text. $400-600 95 131012/1 5 vols. Marshall, John. The Life of George Washington. London: Richard Phillips, 1804-1807. 4to, contemp. calf; scuffed, covers detached but present, spines often rubbed, labels defective. Complete with portrait, 2 views, engraved vignette & 12 fold maps & plans. Offsetting on vol. 1 title, scattered light foxing to text, plates & maps. Bottom margins dampstained - sometimes extending into gutters, old newspaper clipping at head of preface. 2pp adverts at end of vol. 4 & pub. notice at end of vol. 2. Howes M-317 - 1st English (& best) edition; Sabin 44788. $2,500-4,000 96 131060/1 1 vol. Marshall, John. The Life of George Washington. Phila.: C.P. Wayne, 1807. 1st ed. Atlas vol. only. 4to, orig. bds & printed cover label; bds rubbed & worn, spine gone, covers detached or detaching. With 10 double-page & fold maps, 22pp subscriber’s names. Heavy dampstaining to bottom half of title page & front matter, heavy to moderate dampstaining to bottoms of maps. Presentation copy from the publisher, autograph note signed by C.P. Wayne, dated “Feb. 23, 1807” to Mrs Clark, “ a small mark...for the late Mr. Clark’s disinterested friendship...” Howes M-317. $800-1,200 97 121088/44 1 vol. (Marshall, John.) The Life of George Washington. Phila: C.P. Wayne, 1807. Atlas vol. only. 4to, modern burgundy cloth. 10 engraved maps (double-page or fold); moderate offsetting, light foxing, darkening at gutters. With the 22pp of the subscribers. Generally crisp & attractive. Howes M-317. $800-1,200 98 11-2339/7 6 vols. Marshall, John. The Life of George Washington. Phila: C.P. Wayne, 1804-1807. 8vo, contemp. tree calf; rebacked, new endpapers + 4to atlas vol., orig. calf & marbled bds, rebacked. Port. + 8 (of 10) double-page & fold maps. 22pp subscriber’s list. Some dampstaining to vol. 1 front matter - incl. port., some dampstaining to subscriber’s list, scattered light foxing to text & maps - some offsetting on maps. Lacking maps 2 & 3 in atlas vol. Howes M-317. $1,500-2,500 15

annotated in contemp. ink. Evans 38577. Bound with Flint, Able. A Discourse,...Feb. 22, 1800, ...Memory of General George Washington,... Hartford: Hudson and Goodwin, 1800. 8vo, 1/2 title present, but foxed & torn at head, text often foxed & occasionally blistered. Evans 37430. $500-800 100 131040/1 1 vol. (United Colonies.) Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress Held at Philadelphia, May 10, 1775. Phila: William & Thomas Bradford, 1775. 1st ed. 8vo, contemp. calf, morocco spine label; scuffed, corners & extremities rubbed, spine vertically split. Scattered, generally light foxing. Text block split but complete, good margins. (2), (2),(1)-IV, (1)-239 (of 240)pp. 19th c. pencil signature of John E. Carter on front free endpaper recto. Evans 14569. $2,500-4,000 101 121279/4 1 vol. (Abolition Societies in the United States.) Minutes of the Proceedings of the Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in different pasts of the United States, Assembled at Philadelphia,.. Philadelphia: Zachariah Goulson, Jr, 1794. 8vo, orig. wrappers; often scuffed, some creasing & minor chipping at edges. Minor internal corners creasing, scattered light foxing. Complete. Minutes of the first convention. Evans 26533. $700-1,000


99 121088/46 4 vols. (3 wrappers). George Washington - Eulogies & C: Minot, George Richards. An Eulogy on George Washington. Boston: Manning & Loring, (1800). 2nd ed. 8vo, orig. self wrappers; minor edge wear. Untrimmed. Clean & attractive with orig. thread. Evans 37967. * Paine, Thomas. An Eulogy on the Life of General George Washington. Newbury Port: Edmund M. Blunt, 1800. 8vo, orig. self-wrappers; minor discoloration, disbound & trimmed. Without urn on last page. Evans 38178. * Strong, Nathan. A Discourse on Friday, December 27, Lament,...the Death of Gen. George Washington. Hartford: Hudson and Goodwin, 1800. 8vo, modern cloth. Lacking 1/2 title. Front & back matter moderately toned & foxed. Last leaf heavily but extraneously

102 131012/13 1 vol. Garden, Alexander. Anecdotes of the Revolutionary War in America. Charleston: ptd for the Author, 1822. 1st ed. 8vo, later 3/4 black morocco & marbled bds; light wear. With list of subscribers, lacking front blank. Moderate toning and spotting throughout. Sabin 26597 $200-300 103 11-8064/29 1 piece. (American Revolution.) The London Chronicle. From Tuesday, May 3, to Thursday, May 5, 1774. London: J. Wilkie, [May 1774]. Sm. folio (11 1/2 x 9 inches; 292 x 230mm.) 8pp, chipping at edges, sheets separate or separating. With reports of Tea Disturbances in Boston, issued March 7 & 11, 1774. Vol. XXXV, No 2175, pp. 425-432. With tax stamp. $500-800 104 No lot


105 131246/2 1 piece. [Early American Newspapers - Benjamin Franklin on the Abolition of Slavery] Gazette of the United States. (New York), Wednesday, November 25, 1789. Folio, 16 1/2 x 10 inches; 412 x 254 mm. Attractively toned, small sewing holes. This issue of the paper most closely associated with the Federalist party & the administration of George Washington, contains an address to the public by Benjamin Franklin as President of Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery and the relief of free negroes. This is one of Franklin's strongest moral statements on a subject of great historical importance. Franklin did not speak out against slavery until very late in his life. It was only in 1789 that he wrote & published supporting the abolition of slavery; in 1790s his last public act was to send to Congress a petition on behalf of the Society asking for the abolition of slavery. This issue also published letters by George Washington. Brigham 1:6495. $20,000-30,000 17

106 131246/1 1 piece. (Early American Newspaper - Thomas Jefferson / Sally Hemings Relationship) New York Evening Post. (New York), September 10, 1802. Folio, 19 1/2 x 13 3/4 inches; 495 x 350mm, 4pp; minor occasional light edge wear, a few light creases. Attractively toned. Contains the infamous article by the political pamphleteer and journalist Thomas Callender, featuring the first appearance of Sally Hemings, Thomas Jefferson's slave paramour by whom the President would father many children as confirmed by recent DNA evidence. This article ignited the most famous sex scandal in American history and appears in the New York Evening Post, owned by Jefferson's arch-enemy, Alexander Hamilton, who had endured his own sex scandal in the Reynold's affair. The above is likely the only contemporary newspaper in private hands which carries this historical account. Brigham 2:631-632. $12,000-18,000


107 131094/1 1 piece. (Lincoln, Abraham.) Mourning Paper. The Philadelphia Inquirer. Phila., April 20, 1865. 19 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches; 484 x 285mm, 8pp; a few chips & dampstains. Reporting on Lincoln’s lying in state in Washington, D.C., black border cuts of funeral car & coffin. Framed. Property of the American Song Book vocalist Peggy King, purchase with the advice of her friend Carl Sandburg. $300-500 108 121739/12 2 vols. Isaiah Thomas, printer: (Dodsley, Robert.) The Chronicles of the Kings of England. Worcester, 1795. 12mo, contemp. sheep; rubbed. Crudely repaired. Some internal dampstaining, pp109-120 repaired some loss of text, several gutters repaired. Evans 28579. * A Dictionary of the Bible. Worcester, 1798. 12mo, contemp. sheep; rubbed, worn, spine defective, covers detached. Lacking free endpapers. Edges of front & back matter browned. Complete with 5pp adverts at back. Evans 33638. $250-400

112 122364/12 4 vols. (Lincoln, Abraham.) Beveridge, Albert J. Abraham Lincoln, 18091858. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1928. Manuscript Edition, #822/1000. With orig. pencil Beveridge manuscript leaf of text for this work tipped in. Lg. pub. 3/4 crushed burgundy levant morocco, gilt, gilt spine compartments, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; corners bumped, edges occasionally slightly scuffed. Portrait & color photogravure frontis pieces + 32 plates. Partly unopened. Complete. See Howes B-408(aa); Calling for 62 plates. $500-800 113 122364/13 4 vols. (Lincoln, Abraham). Beveridge, Albert J. Abraham Lincoln, 18091858. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1928. Manuscript Ed., #933/1000. With orig. pencil Beveridge manuscript leaf of text for this work laid in tipped in sheet. Lg. 8vo orig. cloth-backed bds, spine labels, untrimmed edges; corners occasionally slightly bumped, other light scattered wear. With portrait frontispieces + 32 plates. Complete. See Howes B-408(aa); Calling for 62 plates. $200-300

109 122345/1 1 vol. [Kenrick, William.] The Whole Duty of Woman. New York: J. Harrison at Yorick’s Head, Peck-Slip, 1798. 24mo, contemp. gilt floral paneled calf, gilt emblematic spine, morocco spine label; front bd detached, extremities rubbed. With color frontis, some offsetting. Binding coming loose. Not recorded by Evans, OCLC or Bristol; Evans records 13 other printings between 1761-1799. $200-300

114 121890/16 1 vol. [Western Travel.] Williams, W[ellington]. Appleton’s New and Complete United States Guide Books For Travellers. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1853. 12mo, orig. gilt-lettered red cloth; moderate edge wear. [Bound with:] Appleton’s Southern and Western Travellers’ Guide. With approx. 23 maps (many fold.) Scattered wear, some splits on map folds. Some discoloration. $250-400

110 122364/7 2 vols. Hinton, John Howard. The History of Topography of the United States. London & Philadelphia: Jennings & Chaplin; Thomas Wardle, 1830 & 1832. Lg. 4to, contemp. 3/4 black calf & bds, giltlettered spine compartments; corners bumped, edge wear, scuffed. With 99 plates and maps, some fold. Scattered internal spotting. Replaced endpapers. Howes H-512; Sabin 31964. $400-600

115 122364/5 12 vols. Washington, George; Sparkes, Jared, edited by. The Writings of George Washington. Boston: American Stationer’s Company, (1833)-37. 1st ed. Lg. 8vo, contemp. 3/4 green morocco & marbled bds, raised spine bands, gilt-lettered; edge wear, surface scuffs. With illus and maps. Sabin 101765. $250-400

111 122364/10 10 vols. [Civil War.] Harpers Weekly, a Journal of Civilization. New York, Jan., 1861- Dec., 1865. Vols V-IX. Folio, 20th cent. brown buchram. Double, full-page & text wood engraved illustrations. A few heads trimmed close. Horizontal creasing at center of many sheets in 1861-1863 vols, several close tears, scattered cellotape repairs, a few repairs made with masking tape. Complete with all wood engraved illus. (Winslow Homer, T. Nast, et al.) a few Homer images repaired. $1,000-1,500

116 122364/2 2 vols. Franklin, Benjamin. Memoirs. Philadelphia: McCarty & Davis, 1834. 8vo, full contemp. speckled calf, black leather spine labels; corners lightly bumped, wear to extremities. Fold plates. Some scattered spotting. Former owner’s bookplates to front paste-downs. $250-400 19

117 122550/2 1 vol. (Lesser, Isaac, ed.) The Book of Daily prayers for Every day in the Year. According to the Custom of the German and Polish Jews. Philadelphia: C. Sherman, 5608 [1848]. 1st ed. Tall 8vo, contemp. full gilt tooled & stamped green morocco, inner dentelles gilt, a.e.g.; corners bumped, spine ends rubbed, joints and edfes occasionally rubbed. Tall, externally clean copy. Complete with 1/2 title. Rosenbach museum book plate & accession stamp on paste down. First Ashkenazic Prayer book edited and printed in America; Bibliography of the Hebrew Book, (2004), #1024; Rosenback #959; Goldman 37. $800-1,200

19TH & 20TH CENTURY LITERATURE, INCL. THE LIBRARY OF RONALD CURRY Lots 118-289 Ronald Curry, a Philadelphia gentleman of only the most exquisite contradictions, was born in North Philadelphia to a Jewish mother and Scotch-Irish father; he was graduated from Northeast High, Temple University and The Wharton School, and served as a Naval Commander at Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. A passionate, political, progressive pacifist, he nevertheless made a career on Wall Street while maintaining in Philadelphia a residence complete with a library of rare and otherwise compelling books, reflecting his passion for 16th century English poetry, modern American and British poetry and literature and a profound attraction to the widest range of literature, classical and popular American (pre-1965) music and the plastic arts. We miss him every day. Lots from his library are indicated by a *. 118 121600/48 5 vols. Clemens, Samuel L. [Mark Twain]: A Double Barrelled Detective Story. N.Y. & London: Harper & Brothers, 1902. 8vo, orig. gilt red cloth; corners bumped. Plates. Internally generally clean. BAL 3471* Sketches. Hartford, Conn.: The American Pub. Co., 1875. 1st ed., 2nd state. 4to, orig. gilt lettered blue cloth; stained, corners bumped, wear to head and foot of spine. Hinges a bit loose. Former owner’s notations on front free endpaper. Binding loose. Light toning and scattered spotting. BAL 3364. * The Jumping Frog. N.Y. & London: Harper & Brothers Pub., 1903. 1st thus. 8vo, orig. pictorial red cloth; corners bumped, spine faded. BAL 3477. * A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. N.Y: Charles L. Webster, 1889. 1st Amer. ed. Lg. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered, gilt blue & black stamped olive green cloth; corners bumped, light wear to edges & joints. Frontis, other illus. Gutter of frontis & title starting to separate. Small areas of discoloration from newspaper on pp XIV & XV. Without fly title & fly adverts at back. Bookplate of Walter Chrysler on paste-down. Bright front cover. BAL 3429. * Library of Humor. N.Y: Charles L. Webster, 1888. 1st ed., 2nd state. 4to, orig. gilt-lettered olive green cloth; corners bumped, edges worn. Hinges loose. Light discoloration. BAL 3425. $400-600

119 122489/184 * 4 vols. American Literature [BAL Authors]: Frederic, Harold. In the Valley. N.Y: Scribner’s, 1890. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. gilt-stamped green cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, light edge wear, occasionally slightly scuffed. Illus. by Howard Pyle, frontis + 15 plates. BAL 6269 - bdg A. * The Damnation of Theron Ware. Chicago: Stone & Kimble, 1896. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. gilt-stamped green cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. Front free endpaper & front matter sprung. Bright copy. BAL 6268. * Howells, William D. A Modern Instance. B: J.R. Osgood, 1882. 1st Amer. ed., 1st issue. 8vo, orig. gilt & black stamped blue cloth; light wear. Endpapers slightly darkened. With terminal blank. BAL 9602. * McCutcheon, George Bair. Graustar. Chicago: H.S. Stone, 1901. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. white stamped pictorial green cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; light wear. Author cut signature inserted. Author’s first book. Bright copy 13501. $300-500 120 122489/140 * 4 vols. Whitman, Walt: Poems. L: John Camden Hotten, 1868. 1st English ed. 8vo, orig. blue cloth, blind stamped covers, gilt-lettered spine, rough trimmed; light wear. Port., 8pp pub. cat at front, 8pp & 16pp pub. cat. at rear. Light to moderate foxing to port., title-page, adverts & front matter, other scattered light foxing. Edited by William Michael Rossetti. Sound copy in custom cloth fall down box. BAL 21401 - bdg state B. * Leaves of Grass. Boston: Thayer and Eldridge, 1860-61. 3rd [unorthorized] ed., 3rd ptg. 12mo, orig. purple cloth, bevelled bds, blind covers, gilt & blind spine; light edge wear. Frontis. Front hinge cracked. Complete. Internally crisp & clean. BAL 21397 port. & bdg states C. * Leaves of Grass. Phila: Rees Welsh, 1882. 12mo, orig. brown cloth, gilt; light wear. Port. Tight bright copy. With specimen days slip tipped in. BAL 21419. * Selected Poems. N.Y: Charles S. Webster, 1892. 12mo, orig. gilt-lettered green cloth; light to moderate edge wear. Frontis port. Dampstaining to heads of text leaves, presentation copy from the pub. to Horace Howard Furness. BAL 21638, 1st issue. $500-800 121 121088/42 6 vols. Poe, Edgar Allan. The Tales and Poems. Phila.: George Barrie & Son, [c1900]. #82/100. 4to, contemp. 3/4 crushed green morocco & marbled bds, gilt, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, raised bands; fading to green, occasionally slightly scuffed. With etched port. in 2 states (1 color), 20 etched & 5 photogravure plates. Crisp & clean. With 1st book form appearance of “Journal of Julius Rodman.” See BAL 16166. $400-600


122 122364/1 20 vols. Poe, Edgar Allen. The Works. New York: The Colonial Company, 1903. Autograph Edition. #76/150. 8vo, 3/4 brown morocco, raised bands, gilt-lettered spines, t.e.g; light wear. Extra-illustrated with over 50 double-suite plates. Former owner’s bookplates on front paste-downs. $800-1,200 123 122489/13 * 2 vols. Dickinson, Emily: Further Poems of Emily Dickinson. Boston: Little, Brown, 1929. 1st ed., #376/465. Tall 8vo, ori. two-tone blue-green cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, paper spine label. Orig. glassine torn & chipped, orig. slipcase with paper label facs. BAL 4683. * Unpublished Poems of Emily Dickinson. Boston: Little, Brown, 1935. 1st ed., #92/525. Tall 8vo, orig. two-tone cloth - blue & green cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, paper spine label, slipcase. Facs. BAL 4688. Attractive copies. $250-400 124 122489/12 * 1 vol. Dickinson, Emily. The Single Hound. Poems of Life Time. Boston: Little, Brown, 1914. 1st ed. Introduction by Martha Bianchi. 8vo, orig. pinkcloth backed white bds, untrimmed egdes; light edge wear, occasionally slightly scuffed. Complete with terminal blank. Sound, generally attractive. BAL 4669. $300-500 125 122489/11 * 3 vols. Dickinson, Emily: Poems. Second Series. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1891. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. gilt-pictorial & lettered two-tone green & white cloth; corners slightly bumped, other light to moderate edge wear, slightly scuffed & a little dusty. With 4pp of facs. Light foxing to endpapers & blanks. Very minor occasional internal foxing. BAL 4655. * Letters of Emily Dickinson. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1894. 1st ed., 1st ptg. Edited by T.W. Higginson & Mable Loomis Todd. 2 vols. 8vo, orig. gilt-pictorial green buchram; light edge wear, occasionally slightly scufed, gilt on spine starting to fade. Frontispieces, facs, complete with 1/2 titles. Light foxin to vol. 1 front matter. BAL 4660, bdg 1. $500-800 126 122489/10 * 1 vol. Dickenson, Emily. Poems. London: James R. Osgood, Mcilvaine, 1891. 1st English ed. Edited by Mable Loomis Todd & T.W. Higginson. Sm. 8vo, orig. pink cloth, gilt-lettered spine, pink speckled edges; light edge wear. Endpapers slightly discolored. Myerson 1.2, bdg B. $800-1,200

125 (part) 127 122489/53 * 1 vol. Frost, Robert. North of Boston. London: David Nutt, (1914). 1st ed., 1st issue. Sq. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered coarse green cloth; fore & bottom edge untrimmed; light wear, corners & spine ends slightly scuffed. Bdg state A. Crane A3. $1,200-1,800 128 122489/52 * 3 vols. Frost, Robert: Mountain Interval. N.Y: Henry Holt, (1916). 1st ed., 1st state. 8vo, orig. gilt stamped blue cloth; corners slightly bumped, spine ends starting to fray, other light wear. Crane A4. * A Boy’s Will. N.Y: Henry Holt, 1915. 1st Amer. ed., 1st state. 12mo, orig. giltstamped blue cloth, untrimmed edges; corners slightly bumped, spine ends just slightly frayed. Crane A2.1. * The 2nd state of the preceding, 12mo, orig. cloth; minor spotting, light edge wear. Crane A2.1. $800-1,200 129 122107/1 1 vol. Frost, Robert. North of Boston. New York: Henry Holt, 1915. 6th ptg. 12mo, orig. blue cloth, gilt; light wear. Signed by Robert Frost at head of front free endpaper recto. $500-800 21

132 122489/56 * 5 vols. Frost, Robert: New Hampshire. N.Y: Henry Holt, 1923. 1st trade ed. 8vo, orig. green cloth & bds, paper case label; occasionally slightly scuffed, d/j (some chipping & darkening at edges & joints.) Crane A6. * A Further Range. N.Y: H. Holt, (1936). 1st trade ed. 8vo, orig. red cloth, gilt, top edge stained red, other edges untrimmed, d/j (minor chipping to edges.) Crane A21.1. * Another 1st trade ed. of the preceding, orig. cloth, d/j; light wear. * A Masque of Reason. N.Y: H. Holt, (1945). 1st trade ed. 8vo, orig. black cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light wear, d/j (light edge wear, cellotape repair at head of spine & gutter corner of front panel.) * A Witness Tree. N.Y: H. Holt, (1942). 1st trade ed. 8vo, orig. light blue cloth, gilt, t.e.g; slightly scuffed, d/j (some chipping to edges price - price clipped.) Crane A25.1. $250-400 133 131215/5 1 piece. Engraved Portrait. Hood, Richard. “Robert Frost.” Signed by Robert Frost in ink, lower right, also pencil signed by Richard Hood. 5 1/2 x 4 1/8 inches; 139 x 101mm - plate mark. Light discoloration. Framed. $200-300


130 122489/54 * 1 vol. Frost, Robert. A Boy’s Will. London: David Nutt, 1913. 1st ed., 2nd issue. Sm. 8vo, orig. black stamped, cream colored linen, paper wrappers; minor wear, very slightly dusty. Bdg D. Leather book plate of Estelle Dukeny on verso of front wrapper. Attractive copy in custom 1/2 brown morocco case, cloth chemise. Crane A2. $800-1,200 131 122489/55 * 2 vols. Frost, Robert. [Signed Copies]: West Running Brook. N.Y: Henry, Holt, (1928). 1st trade ed. Tall 8vo, orig. green cloth & bds, paper cover label, top edge stained yellow, other edges untrimmed, d/j. Attractive copy. Signed, dated “Hartford / October 1937” & signed by Robert Frost on front free endpaper recto. Crane A10. * Hard Not to be King. N.Y: House of Books, 1951. 1st ed., #299/300 signed by Robert Frost. 12mo, orig. blue cloth, gilt, glassine. Bright copy. Crane A36. $400-600

134 122489/94 * 3 vols. Norris, Frank: McTeague: A Story of San Francisco. N.Y: Doubleday & McClure, 1899. 1st ed., 1st issue. 12mo, orig. white-stamped red cloth; light edgewear, edges slightly dusty, mild discoloration from old clipping on title & verso of 1/2 title, unobtrusive ink underlining to a few words on p442. With “moment” last word on p106. BAL 15031. * The Pit. N.Y: 1st ed., 1st ptg., “Special Presentation Edition.” 12mo, orig. grey bds, paper spine label, top edge stained grey, other edges untrimmed; light wear. Frontis. BAL 15038 - bdg A. * The Octopus. N.Y: Doubleday, Page, 1901. 1st ed., later ptg. 12mo, orig. red cloth, gilt; light wear. Close tear at foot of title-page. BAL 15036. $600-800 135 121341/66 10 vols. Eliot, George. Works. New York: Bigelow, Brown. N.d. [c1910.] Contemp. blue morocco & silk, gilt, t.e.g., richly gilt spine compartments; scuffed & spine ends very slightly scuffed, spines fading to green. Frontispieces. $250-400 136 122489/65 * 1 vol. Crane, Stephen. The Black Riders and Other Lines. 1st trade ed. 12mo, orig. black stamped lettered & pictorial white bds; very slightly dusty, head of spine starting to chip, d/j (some edge wear, foot of spine panel chipped away, light to moderate foxing to endpapers, front matter (incl. t.p.), other scattered light foxing. BAL 4070. $600-800


137 122489/64 * 1 vol. Crane, Stephen. War is Kind. N.Y: F.A. Stoker, 1899. 1st ed. Illus. & designed by Will Bradley. 8vo, orig. pictorial grey bds, paper spine label, untrimmed edges; spine edns very slightly rubbed, other minor edge wear, head of front joint starting to crack, d/j (head of spine panel chipped, other light edge wear.) BAL 4083. $800-1,200 138 122489/68 * 5 vols. Crane, Stephen: War is Kind. N.Y: F. Stokes, 1899. 1st ed. Illus. & designed by Will Bradley. 8vo, orig. pictorial grey bds, edges untrimmed; some edge wear, top of spine rubbed away - no loss to design elements. BAL 4083. * the Great Battles of the World. Phila.: J.P. Lippincott, 1901. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. gilt & silver stamped red cloth, t.e.g.; light edge wear. With 8 plates by John Sloan. Bookplate on paste-down. Bright copy. BAL 4094. * O’Ruddy. N.Y: F.A. Stokes, (1903). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. green & black stamped pictorial tan cloth; light wear. Frontis. Bookplate on paste-down. Bright copy in custom 1/2 morocco case & chemise. BAL 4097. * The Open Boat. N.Y: Doubleday & McClure, 1898. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. pictorial green & silver cloth; light wear. Bright copy. BAL 4079. * The first English, London: W. Heinemann, 1898, ed. of the preceding, 8vo, orig. green cloth, edges. Untrimmed. With 32pp pub cat, dated March 1898. BAL 4080. $600-800 139 122489/253 * 12 vols. Crane, Stephen. The Works. N.Y: Knopf, [1925-26]. #23/750. Edited by Wilson Follett. Sm. 8vo, orig. black cloth-backed white linen, gilt lettered spines, gilt decorated leather cover labels. Unopened. Minor wear. Bright set. BAL 4101. $400-600 140 122489/182 * 3 vols. Pinter, Harold: Poems. (London): Enitharmon Press, 1968. #119/200 signed by Harold Pinter. Sm. 4to, orig. 1/2 red morocco & black cloth, gilt; light wear, very slightly scuffed & a little dusty. Erratum tipped in. * Landscape. N.p.: Pendragon Press, 1968. 1st ed. #294/2000 signed by Harold Pinter at end of text. 8vo, orig. giltlettered cloth-backed white linen; light wear, very slightly dusty. * Family Voices. (London): next Editions, (1981). 1st ed. Sm. 4to, orig. color pictorial stiff spiral bound wrappers; scuffed, occasionally dusty. $200-300


141 122489/62 * 1 vol. Crane, Stephen. The Red Badge of Courage, an Episode of the American Civil War. N.Y: D. Appleton, 1895. 1st ed., 1st ptg. Sm. 8vo, orig. gilt, red & black stamped pale yellow buchram, top edge stained yellow, other edges rough cut; spine ends, corners, edges & joints scuffed, scattered minor soiling. With 4pp adverts at back. BAL 4071 - all 1st ptg points. $500-800 142 121088/43 1 vol. Remarque, Erich Maria. All Quiet on the Western Front. Boston: Little, Brown, 1929. 1st English language ed. 12mo, orig. grey buchram; light edgewear, d/j (scattered, minor chipping, slightly dusty.) VG+. $250-400 23

143 122489/17 * 1 vol. Owen, Wilfred. Poems. London: Chatto & Windus, 1920. 1st ed. 4to, orig. red cloth, paper spine label; rough trimmed edges, d/j. Frontis portrait, tissue guard. A few small puncture wounds to front panel of d/j & underlying small indentations in cloth of front cover, other light wear to d/j & cloth. Some discoloration to endpapers. [Keynes B2; Connolly 36.] $1,000-1,500 See color illustration on page 66 144 122489/19 * 1 vol. Verlaine, Paul. Mes Prison. Paris: Leon Vanier, 1893. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. printed cream colored paper wrappers, orig. glassine (chipped.) Presentation copy, inscribed to Phillip Zilchen & signed on 1/2 title by P(aul) Verlaine. Minor discoloration to 1/2 title. Untrimmed, in custom morocco & bds fall-down box. $500-800 145 122489/178 * 4 vols. Mystery & Detective Fiction & C: Sayer, Dorothy L. Whose Body? N.Y: Boni and Liveright, (1923). 1st ed., 1st issue. 8vo, orig. blue stamped grey cloth; light wear. Precedes English ed., 1st Peter Whimsey title. * Cane, James M. Mildred Pierce. N.Y: Knopf, 1941. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. green cloth, top edge stained green, other edges rough trimmed; edges lightly worn & a little dusty, d/j (creased), some chipping at head & foot of spine panel & cover panel corners - price clipped. * MacDonald, Ross. The Galton Case. N.Y: Knopf, 1959. 1st ed. 12mo, bds; light wear, d/j (chipping along top edges, some creases - small paper loss. * Chesterton, G.K. The Man Who Was Thursday. N.Y: Dodd, Mead, 1908. 1st Amer. ed. 8vo, orig. white & black stamped olive green cloth; corners bumped. Other light wear. $500-800 146 122489/180 * 4 vols. Mansfield, Katherine: The Garden Party and Other Stories. L., etc: Constable, (1922). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. ocher lettered blue cloth; light wear. Endpapers lightly discolored. 1st state of text, later bdg state. Tight, bright copy. * Something Childish and Other Stories. L: Constable, (1924). 1st ed., 2nd issue. 8vo, orig. blue lettered grey green cloth; light edge wear, d/j (starting to darken, minor edge wear.) Internally starting to tone. * Another copy of the preceding, 1st ed., 2nd issue, orig. cloth; light wear, some toning, w/o d/j. * Novels and Novelists. L: Constable, 1930. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. purple stamped grey-green cloth; light wear, d/j (minor chipping at edges). $300-500

147 122489/216 * 3 vols. Stevens, Wallace: Harmonium. N.Y: Knopf, 1923. 1st ed., 1st bdg state. 8vo, orig. blue cloth backed color-patterned bds, paper spine label, top edge stained red, other edges untrimmed; corners very lightly rubbed, spine ends very slightly scuffed, other minor edge wear, perhaps very slightly darkened. Elelstein A1a1. * The 2nd bdg state of the 1st ed. of the preceding, 8vo, orig. color striped bds, paper spine label, top edge stained orange, other edges untrimmed, corners just rubbed, other very light edge wear, endpapers slightly toned, small old paper clip residue at head of front free endpaper. Partly unopened. E A1a2. * The 3rd bdg state of the 1st ed. of the preceding, 8vo, orig. blue cloth, paper spine label; light edge wear, d/j (bottom 3/4 of spine panel gone, front flap detached, other occasional chipping to edges, slightly dusty. E A1a3. $1,200-1,800 See color illustration on page 66 148 122489/217 * 2 vols. Stevens, Wallace: Harmonium. N.Y: Knopf, 1923. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. blue cloth backed patterned bds, top edge stained red, paper spine label, light edge wear, corners & adjoining portions of bottom bds rubbed, slightly darkened ink bar at head of dedication page. Edelstein A1a1. * The 3rd bdg state of the 1st ed. of the preceding, orig. blue clotj, paper spine label; light wear, d/j paper loss at bottom 3rd of top of spine panel, some along top & bottom of front & back panels, front panel joint split, ink presentation on front panel. E A1a3. $500-800 149 122489/218 * 1 vol. Stevens, Wallace. Harmonium. N.Y: Knopf, 1923. 1st ed., 1st bdg state. 8vo, orig. color-patterned bds, top edge stained red, other edges untrimmed, paper spine label; corners just bumped, other minor edge wear. Some very scattered light foxing. Knopf, Fall, 1923, 4pp. pub. cat. inserted. Elelstein A1a1. $800-1,200 150 122489/218A * 2 vols. Stevens, Wallace. Harmonium. N.Y: Knopf, 1923. 1st ed., 1st bdg state. 8vo, orig. color-patterned bds, top edge stained red, other edges untrimmed, paper spine label; corners & adjacent bd edges rubbed, very slightly darkened. Sm. glue residue on 1/2 title & facing endpapers. Elelstein A1a1. * The 2nd ed. of the preceding, N.Y: Knopf, 1931, 1st bdg state, 12mo, orig. black cloth-backed grey bds, top edge stained reddish-brown, other edges untrimmed, paper spine label; light wear. E. A1b1. $800-1,200


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151 122489/219 * 1 vol. Stevens, Wallace. Harmonium. N.Y: Knopf, 1931. 2nd ed., 1st bdg state. 12mo, orig. black cloth-backed grey bds, top edge stained reddish-brown, other edges untrimmed; corners bumped, other minor wear, d/j (head & foot of spine panel just starting to chip, other minor wear. Bookplate of (Sylvia Beach’s) Shakespeare & Co. on front paste down. E a1b. $250-400 152 122489/220 * 3 vols. Stevens, Wallace: Ideas of Order. N.Y: Knopf, 1936. 1st trade ed., 1st bdg state. 12mo, orig. color striped cloth, top edge stained blue, other edges untrimmed, paper spine label; minor wear, d/j (priceclipped, occasionally very slightly dusty.) Attractive copy. Edelstein A2b1. * The Man with the Blue Guitar. N.Y: Knopf, 1937. 1st ed., 2nd state of d/j. 12mo, orig. yellow cloth; light edge wear, occasionally slightly dusty, d/j (price clipped, spine panel & flap joints darkened.) Some dark staining to front endpapers & 1/2 title gutters. * Transports to Summer. N.Y: Knopf, 1947. 1st ed., 1st ptg. 12mo, orig. black cloth backed green bds, paper spine label; light edge wear, d/j (minor chipping to edges, spine panel darkened.) Some darkening to front endpapers & front matter. E A11a. $300-500

153 122489/221 * 3 vols. Stevens, Wallace: Ideas of Order. N.Y: Knopf, 1936. 1st trade ed., 3rd bdg state. 12mo, orig. yellow cloth, top edge stained blue, other edges untrimmed; light wear, d/j (minor wear.) Edelstein A2b3. * Transport to Summer. N.Y: Knopf, 1947. 1st ed., 1st issue. 12mo, orig. black cloth backed green bds, top edge stained orange, other edges untrimmed, paper spine label; light edge wear, d/j (minor wear.) Some darkening to front endpaper gutter. E A11a.* Selected Poems. L: Faber and Faber, (1953). 1st ed., 1st ptg. Sm. 8vo, orig. purple cloth; light wear, d/j (minor edge wear). Minor discoloration to endpapers. E A19a1. $300-500 154 122489/222 * 3 vols. Stevens, Wallace: Notes Toward a Supreme Fiction. Cummington, Mass: Cummington Press, 1942. 1st ed. # LIX(59) of 80 signed by Wallace Stevens. 8vo, orig. lettered white bds, untrimmed, glassine d/j. Minor wear. Edelstein A6a. * Another issue of the preceding, #77 of 190. 8vo, orig. lettered white line; spine slightly darkened, occasionally slightly dusty. Untrimmed. * The 2nd ed. of the preceding, 1943, 1/330, 8vo, orig. cloth & bds; light wear. Untrimmed. E A6.b. $1,200-1,800 25

155 122489/222A * 5 vols. Stevens, Wallace. Transport to Summer. N.Y: Knopf, 1947. 1st ed., 1st ptg. 12mo, orig. black cloth backed green bds, top edge stained yellow, other edges untrimmed, paper spine label; light to moderate edge wear, d/j (light chippingto edges, spine panel & flap joints darkened.) Some staining at endpaper gutters. Edelstein AII.a1. * The Man with the Blue Guitar. N.Y: Knopf, 1945. 2nd ed. 12mo, orig. brown cloth; light wear, d/j (light chipping to edges, slightly darkened.) Some residue at front & back matter gutters, minor chipping at fore edge of back free endpaper. EA4.b. * The 3rd ed. of the preceding, N.Y: Knopf, 1952, 8vo, orig. green cloth, d/j, bright copy. EA4.c. * The Necessary Angel. N.Y: Knopf, 1951. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. green cloth, spine gilt, top edge stained green, other edges untrimmed, d/j (price clipped.) Tight, bright copy. EA17a.1. * Selected Poems. L: Faber and Faber, (1953). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. purple cloth, d/j (price clipped.) Minor discoloration to endpapers, but tight, bright copy. E.A.19.a1. $300-500 156 122489/223 * 1 vol. Stevens, Wallace. Ideas of Order. N.Y: Alcestis Press, 1935. 1st ed., 1/135 (of 165), out of series copy. 8vo, orig. lettered heavy ivory wrappers over flexible bds, glassine, slipcase, fore & bottom edges untrimmed. NF+ in repaired slipcase. Edelstein A2.a. $1,500-2,500 160 157 122489/224 * 1 vol. Stevens, Wallace. Esthetique du Mal. Cummington, Mass: Cummington Press, 1945. 1st ed., #245/300. 4to, orig. gilt-lettered black morocco backed green “Natsume” straw paper covered bds; minor wear to corners, spine ends rubbed. Illus. by Wightman Williams. Untrimmed, lacking glassine, clean & crisp. Edelstein A10. $300-500 158 122489/32 * 3 vols. Ezra Pound: Quia Pauper Amavi. London: Egoist, [1919]. 1st trade ed. Tall 8vo, orig. green cloth & bds, paper spine label; extremities of bds, spine ends & label scuffed. Untrimmed. Minor internal spotting. Gallup A17a. * Hugh Selwyn Mauberley by E.P. N.P.: Ovid Press, 1920. 1st ed. #188/200. Tall 8vo, orig. brown cloth & bds; light wear. Titlepage & verso of last leaf starting to discolor. Unopened, in custom cloth fall-down case. Gallup A19a. * Poems 1918-21. N.Y: Boni and Liveright, (1921). 1st ed. Tall 8vo, orig. paper vellum & bds, untrimmed edges; minor edge wear, spine starting to discolor, d/j (slightly scuffed, a few small chips at edges.) Gallup A21a - calling for d/j priced $2.50 - the above price $3.00. $800-1,200

159 122489/33 * 2 vols. Pound, Ezra: Personae. London: Elkin, Mathews, 1909. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. light brown, gilt-lettered bds, edges untrimmed; light wear, spine ends scuffed, intermittent scuffing to front joint, partly unopened. Gallup A3a - 2nd state. * Exultations. London: Elkin Mathews, 1909. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, maroon, gilt-lettered bds, edges untrimmed; minor edge wear. GA4a - presumed 1st state. $400-600 160 122489/29 * 1 vol. Pound, Ezra. A Draft of XXX Cantos. Paris: Hours Press, 1930. 1st ed., #54/200 (of 212). 4to, orig. red lettered coarse linen, edges untrimmed. Top edge slightly dusty, but bright attractive copy. In custom white cloth fall-down box. Book-plate on front paste down, early owner’s signature a head of front free endpaper recto. Gallup A31a. $800-1,200


161 122489/30 * 3 vols. Pound, Ezra: The Pisan Cantos. (New York): New Directions, (1948). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. black cloth; light wear. D/j (mostly minor chipping at edges.) Gallup A60a. * Personae. N.Y: Boni & Liveright, 1926. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered dark blue cloth, untrimmed edges; light to moderate edge wear. Frontis port. + 3 plates. G A27a. * The New Directions [1949] ed of the preceding. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered blue cloth; slightly sunned, front port + 3 plates. G A27b. $250-400 162 122489/31 * 1 vol. Pound, Ezra, translator. Cathay. London: Elkin Mathews, 1915. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. heavy tan, black printed wrappers. Untrimmed. Very minor edge wear, negligible scattered foxing. Bright, attractive copy. Gallup A9. $300-500 163 122489/34 * 3 vols. Pound, Ezra: Lustra. [London: Elkin Mathews], 1916. 1st ed., #117/200. Sm. 8vo, orig. blue-lettered tan cloth, edges untrimmed; joints, edges & spine ends lightly to moderately scuffed, other light to moderate wear. Some minor spotting. Ink annotations to front endpapers, residue of booksellers printred entry on front free endpaper. Numbered ink ink by Pound & with stamp designed by Edmund Dulac on title. Gallup A11a. * The 1st Amer., 2nd impression of the preceding, N.Y: Knopf, 1917, orig. yellow bds; minor wear. GA11d. * Umbra. London: Elkin Mathews, 1920. 1st ed. Sm. 4to, orig. cloth-backed bds; untrimmed edges. Endpapers slightly discolored. GA20a. $500-800 164 122489/171 * 1 vol. Williams, William Carlos. Al Que Quiere! A Book of Poems. Boston: Four Seas Company, 1917. 1st ed., presumed 2nd impress. 12mo, orig tan bds. Presentation copy inscribed to Betty Stedman, dated, “1/13/52,” & signed by William Carlos Williams on front free endpaper recto. Fine copy in custom morocco & cloth slipcase. Wallace A3. $300-500 165 122489/172 * 5 vols. Williams, William Carlos. Kora in Hell: Improvisations. Boston: Four Seas, 1920. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. bds; light edge wear. Frontis. Later glassine. Wallace A4a. * In the Money. Norfolk: New Directions, (1940). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. dark blue cloth, silver-lettered spine, top edge stained blue, other edges untrimmed, d/j (some chipping to edges.) Occasionally lightly dust smudged. Endpaper gutters starting to darken. W A21a.* The Clouds. [Aurora, N.Y]: Wells College & Cummington Press, 1948. 1st ed., #296/310. 8vo, orig.

slate cloth, paper spine label; minor edge wear. Bright copy. W A26.* Selected Poems. (N.Y: New Directions, 1949). 1st ed. thus. 16mo, orig. cloth; minor wear, d/j (light edge wear.) Review copy, pub. slip inserted. * Autobiography. (London): MacGibbon & Kee, (1968). 1st Eng. ed. 8vo, orig. cloth, d/j. Light wear. $250-400 166 122489/50 * 4 vols. Eliot, T.S. [Essays]: The Sacred Wood. London: Methuen, (1920). 1st ed. 12mo, orig. blue cloth; occasionally scuffed. Book plate of John Kobler on front paste-down. “Inscribed for John Kobler Esq / by T.S. Eliot,” on title page. Gallup A5a. * Another copy of the preceding title, 1st ed., org. cloth; moderately scuffed. * The 2nd ed, London, (1928) of the preceding title, 8vo, orig. cloth; light wear, d/j (edge wear, slightly dusty, G A5c. * For Lancelot Andrews. L: Faber & Gwyer, 1928. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. blue cloth, paper spine label; minor wear, d/j (light edge wear). G A12a. $300-500 167 122489/47 * 2 vols. Eliot, T.S. Religious Drama: Mediaeval and Modern. New York: House of Books, 1954. 1st ed., #297/300 signed by T.S. Eliot. 12mo, orig. gilt lettered maroon cloth, glassine. Bright copy. * #136/300 signed by T.S. Eliot of the preceding, orig. cloth, glassine (chipped). Gallup A65. $300-500 168 122489/45 * 2 vols. Eliot, T.S. Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats. London: Faber and Faber, (1939). 1st ed. Sm. 4to, orig. red stamped pictorial yellow cloth; spine & edges moderately dusty, s/j (moderately dusty, some chipping to edges.) Moderate foxing to endpapers. Scattered internal foxing. Gallup A34a. * Later ptg of the orig. Amer. ed., (1939(-[1968], 4to, orig. cloth, d/j (some wear to spine panel.) $250-400 169 122489/43 * 3 vols. Eliot, T.S: The Waste Land. N.Y: Boni and Liveright, (1922). “Second Edition” [but 1st ed., 2nd impression] #762/1000. 12mo, orig. giltlettered black cloth, edges untrimmed; light wear. Gallup A6b. * The Waste Land: A Facsimile...of the Original Drafts.. [London]: Faber and Faber, (1971). #469/500. 4to, orig. red cloth, gilt, slipcase with paper label. Minor crease on title page. * Ezra Pound: His Metric and Poetry. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1917 (pub. 1918). 1/1000 copies. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. gilt-lettered rose cloth; some edge wear, spine starting to chip & just starting to separate, spine ends just starting to chip, glassine (some chipping). Frontis port. Internally clean, sound copy. Gallup A2 $300-500 27



174 170 122489/39 * 3 vols. Eliot, T.S. Four Quartets. L: Faber & Faber, (1944). 1st English ed. 8vo, orig. tan cloth, untrimmed & rough cut edges; light wear, d/j; some edge wear, occasionally dusty. Minor internal wrikling. Gallup A43b. * Another copy of the preceding, orig. tan cloth; light wear, d/j (some edge wear, slightly dusty.) Minor internal wrinkling. * The 1st French ed., Quatre Quatuors , Paris, (1950), sm 4to, orig. wrappers, minor edge wear, parallel text, trade issue, custom fall down cloth box. $300-500

173 122489/41 * 1 vol. Eliot, T.S. Ara Vus Prec. [London]: Ovid Press, (1919). 1/220 (of 264), out-of-series copy. 4to, orig. yellow cloth-backed black cloth, paper spine label, untrimmed edges; some edge wear, spine ends a little frayed & chipped, slightly scuffed. Hinges starting to chip. Spine label scuffed at edges. Title on label, “Ara Vos Prec” intact. In custom cloth case & chemise. Printed Dec. 10, 1919; pub. Feb., 1920. 1st appearance of “Gerontion”. Gallup A4a. $400-600

171 122489/46 * 1 vol. Eliot, T.S. Ash Wednesday. N.Y: Fountainhead; London: Faber & Faber, (1930). 1st ed., #348/600 signed by T.S. Eliot. Sm. 4to, orig. blue cloth, gilt; light wear, slipcase (worn, lacking top panel.) Endpapers slightly toned. Book plate on front paste-down. Gallup A15a. $400-600

174 122489/38 * 1 vol. Eliot, T.S. Four Quartets. N.Y: Harcourt, Brace, 1943. 1st ed., 1st impression. 1 of 788 copies (3377 copies destroyed.) 8vo, orig. black cloth, gilt-lettered spien; minor wear, d/j; very slightly dusty, small chip at head & back panel, 1 1/2 inch fissgure from top edge of front panel, spine ends very slightly chipped. Attractive copy. With “first American edition” on verso of title page. Gallup A43a. $1,500-2,500

172 122489/42 * 1 vol. Eliot, T.S. The Waste Land. N.Y: Boni and Liveright, 1922. 1st ed in book form, 2nd state, #652/1000. 12mo, orig. gilt-lettered black cloth; edges untrimmed, corners slightly bumped, occasionally very slightly scuffed. Very minor foxing to endpapers. Attractive copy with “mountain” misspelled on line 339 & limitation # 2mm high. Gallup A6a. $500-800

175 122489/37 * 1 vol. Eliot, T.S. Prufrock and Other Observations. London: Egoist, 1917. 1st ed. 1 of 500 copies. Sm. 8vo, orig. heavy buff, black-lettered wrappers; starting to darken - most noticably on spine & edges, bottom 1 inch (25.4mm) of spine chipped away, light creasing. Minor internal wear. In custom fall-down cloth case. Eliot’s first book; Gallup A1. $3,000-5,000


176 122489/40 * 3 vols. Eliot, T.S.: Poems. N.Y: A.A. Knopf, 1920. 1st. Amer. ed. 12mo, orig. tan bds, light edge wear, minor loss to spine ends, d/j (chippedpaper lloss to spine panel, bottom & top of front panel, top edge of back panel.) Gallup A4h. * Poems, 1909-1925. L: Faber & Gwyer, 1925. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. blue cloth, paper spine label; light wear, d/j (some edge wear, spine ends just chipped, spine darkening.) Minor discoloration to endpapers. G. A8a. * Collected Poems, 19091935. L: Faber & Faber, (1936). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered blue cloth, top edge stained red, rough & untrimmed edges, d/j (minr edge wear.) G A32a. $300-500 177 122489/118 * 3 vols. Mailer, Norman: The Naked and the Dead. N.Y: Rinehart, 1948. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. black cloth; occasional light wear to joints & edges, d/j (moderately creased, some chipping to edges, a few short separations along panel joints, some paper loss at head of back panel approaching spine panel.) 1st state d/j. * The Deer Park. N.Y: Putnam’s, (1955). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. cloth; moderate wear, d/j (creased & chipped, price cut away.) Inscribed, dated “‘75” & signed in violet ink on front free endpaper recto by Norman Mailer. * Ancient Evenings. Boston: Little, Brown, 1983. 1st ed. #220/350 signed by Norman Mailer. 8vo, orig. cloth, slipcase. Light wear. $300-500 178 122468/4 1 vol. Eliot, T.S. A Song for Simeon. London: Faber & Gwyer, 1928. #197/500 signed by T.S. Eliot. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered offwhite bds; light edge wear. Color plate by E. McKnight Kauffer. Attractive copy. Gallup A11b. $250-400 179 122489/121 * 3 vols. Joyce, James: Chamber Music. Boston: Cornhill, [1918]. 1st [unauthorized] ed. 16mo, orig. gilt-lettered green cloth; minor wear. Bright, tight copy. Slocum & Cahoon 5. * Finnegans Wake. N.Y: Viking, 1939. 1st Amer. trade ed. Tall 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered black cloth, top edge stained blue; light wear, d/j (some edge wear, foot of spine panel chipped away, wear & panel joints.) With addenda pamphlet inserted. S. & C. 48 & 53. * Letters of. L: Faber and Faber, (1947). 1st ed. Tall 8vo, orig. cloth; light edge wear, d/j (minor edge wear.) Frontis. Light foxing to endpapers & 1/2 title. $300-500


180 122468/2 2 vols. Joyce, James: Pomes Penyeach. Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1927. 1st ed. 16mo, orig. green cloth backed bds; light to moderate edge wear, occasional minor spotting, starting to brown. With errata slip. Slocum & Cahoon A24. * Exiles. N.Y: B.W. Huebsch, 1918. 1st Amer. ed. 12mo, orig. buchram-backed bds; moderate edge wear, some dampstaining along bottom front bd. Dampstaining at foot of 1/2 title, title & text, some foxing to endpapers. Slocum & Cahoon A15. $300-500 181 122489/2 * 1 vol. Joyce, James. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1916. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. blind stamped blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine; very slightly cocked, corners & spine ends a little scuffed, joints occasionally slightly scuffed, joints occasionally slightly scuffed, top edge slightly dusty. Gilt on spine bright in near fine state of presentation. Internally clean, book plate on front paste down. Slocum & Cahoon A11. $2,000-3,000 29

182 122489/3 * 1 vol. Joyce, James. Ulysses. Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1922. 1st ed. #534/750 (of 1,000). 4to, later full green-blue crushed niger morocco, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, gilt-lettered spine, raised bands, orig. blue back wrapper preserved. (Without front wrapper & spine panel.), by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Internally clean & attractive, very minor creasing. In custom cloth slip case. Slocum & Cahoon A17. $8,000-12,000


183 122489/73 * 1 vol. Yeats, W(illiam), B(utler). Essays. N.Y: Macmillan, 1924. #41/250 signed by W.B. Yeats. 8vo, orig. cloth-backed bds, paper labels; light edge wear, occasionally scuffed, minor scattered spotting & minor intermittent small dampstain. Light foxing to endpapers. Wade 142. $400-600


184 122489/76 * 3 vols. Yeats, W(illiam) B(utler). The Tower. London: Macmillan, 1928. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. gilt-pictorial green cloth, edges untrimmed, d/j (stained & repaired, spine panel chipped.) Unopened. Bright bdg. Wade 158. * The 1st American ed. of the preceding, NewYork, 1928. orig. gilt-pictorial green cloth, fore edge bottom edge untrimmed; occasional light wear, d/j (chipped along top edges - loss to border design.) Lacking front free endpaper. W 159. * The 2nd ptg of the 1928 London ed., orig. gilt-pictorial cloth; light wear, back cover a little scuffed, but bright copy. With no d/j. $800-1,200

184A 122489/76A * 1 vol. Yeats, William Butler. A Vision. London: T. Werner Laurie, 1925. 1st ed., #223/600 signed by William butler Yeats. 8vo, orig. 1/2 paper vellum & bds; corners slightly bumped, other minor edge wear, oil cloth d/j, paper lable; slightly scuffed. Edges unopened. Frontis & other illus. Prospectus inserted. Wade 149. $400-600

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185 122489/75 * 20 vols. (Cuala & Other Private Presses.) Yeats, W(illiam) B(utler.) Stories of Red Hanrahan. Dublin: Dun Emer Press, 1904 (pub. 1905.) 1/500. Spine label chipped. Wade 59. * _ _ Discoveries. Dublin: Dun Emer Press, 1907. 1/200. Bdg scuffed. W 72. * _ _ Poetry and Ireland. Churchtown, Dublin: Cuala Press, 1908. 1/250. Spine browned, label slightly chipped. W 242. * _ _ The Wilde Swans at Coole. Churchtown, Dublin, 1917. 1/400. W 118. * _ _ Two Plays for Dancers. (Churchtown, Dublin): Cuala Press, 1919. W 118. * _ _ Michael Robertes and the Dancers. Churchtown, Dublin: Cuala Press, 1920. 1/400. W 127. * _ _ Seven Poems and a Fragment. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1922. 1/500. Edge weaar to bdg, minor internal toning. W 132. * _ _ The Cat and the Moon and Certain Poems. Dublin, 1924. 1/500. Minor internal staining. W 145. * _ _ Estrangement. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1926. 1/300. Minor chipping to spine label. Unopened. W150. * _ _ October Blast: Poems. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1927. 1/350. Small chips to spine label. W 156. * _ _ A Packet for Ezra Pound. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1929. 1/925. Small chips to spine label. W 163. * Stories of Michael Robertes and His Friends. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1931. 1/450. Bright copy in orig. d/j (some chipping to edges.) W 167. * _ _ Words for Music Perhaps. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1932. 1/450. Covers warping, label chipping. * _ _ The Words Upon the Window Pane. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1934. 1/350. W 174. * _ _ New Poems. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1928. 1/450. Bright copy. W 197. * _ _ Last Poems and two Plays. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1939. 1/500. Corners bumped, unopened. W 200. * Gregory, Lady. The Kiltartan Party Book. Churchtown, Dublin: Cuala Press, 1918. 1/400. * Tagore, R. The Post Office. Churchtown, Dublin, 1914. #87/400. Front blank discolored. * Yeats, W.B. The Land of Hearts Desire. Portland: T.B. Mosker, 1903. #49/100 signed by Thomas B. Mosher. 12mo, orig. bds; light wear. * Another issue 1/950 of the preceding, orig. bds. All, unless otherwise indicated, sm. 4to, orig. cloth & bds; light to moderate shelf wear, labels present where called for, a few with early owner’s signatures on blanks & c. $3,000-5,000


186 122489/81 * 8 vols. Yeats, W(illiam) B(utler). The Collected Works in Verse and Prose. Stratford-on-Avon, 1908. 1/1060. 8vo, orig. 1/4 gilt-lettered vellum, covers starting to warp. Frontis portrait. Some foxing to front & back matter. Wade 75-82. $300-500 187 122115/12 1 vol. (Kelmscott Press.) Swinburne, Algernon Charles. Atalanta in Calydon. (London), (1894). 1/250 (of 258). 4to, orig. vellum; ties defective, moderately scuffed & dusty. Minor dust soiling to edges of blanks. [Peterson A25.] $600-800 188 122489/5 * 1 vol. (Wilde, Oscar.) An Ideal Husband. London: Leonard Smithers, 1899. 1st ed. 1/1000 copies. 4to, orig. gilt-decorated purple-brown cloth, rough-cut edges; light edge wear, occasional minor spotting. Light foxing to endpapers. Bookplate on front paste-down. Sound, attractive copy. Mason 385. $1,000-1,500 189 122489/4 * 1 vol. (Wilde, Oscar.) The Importance of Being Earnest. London: Leonard Smithers, 1899. 1st ed. 1/1000, out of series copy. 8vo, orig. giltdecorated purple-brown cloth, rough cut edges; covers lightly to moderately scuffed, spine ends slightly frayed, endpapers starting to darken. Sound copy. Mason 381. $1,000-1,500 190 122489/18 * 1 vol. Wilde, Oscar. Intentions:...The Decay of the Lying,.. London: James Osgood, McIlvaine, 1891. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered & pictorial green cloth; rough trimmed edges, corners a little bumped, front joint & spine ends slightly scuffed. Old small newspaper clipping mounted on front free endpaper. Mason 341. $250-400

191 122364/3 15 vols. Wilde, Oscar. Works. Boston: C.T. Brainard Pub. Co., (1909). Edition Deluxe, 1/1000 copies (unnumbered copy). 8vo, 3/4 navy blue morocco, raised bands, gilt-ruled spines, t.e.g; minor wear. With hand-colored title-pages, other illus. $500-800 192 122489/123 * 4 vols. James, Henry: The Wings of the Dove. (London), Westminster: A. Constable, 1902. 1st English ed. 8vo, gilt-lettered blue cloth; light edge wear. Sound bright copy. * The Ambassadors. N.Y: Harper, 1903. 1st Amer. ed. 8vo, orig. blue bds, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, blue oil cloth d/j. Tight, bright copy. BAL 10656. * The Golden Bowl. N.Y: Charles Scribner’s, 1907. 1st ed. 2 vols. 8vo, orig. cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, gilt-lettered spiens; light edge wear, spine ends a little frayed, occasionally slightly dusty. BAL 10659. $400-600 193 122489/122 * 2 vols. James, Henry: The Portrait of a Lady. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1882. 1st Amer. ed., presumed 2nd issue. 12mo, orig. floral brown cloth, gilt; light edge wear. Cancel title. Tight, bright copy. BAL 10554. * The Author of Beltraffio. Boston: James R. Osgood, 1885. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. green clot, gilt-lettered spine; light wear to edges & joints. Endpapers darkened, front hinge starting to separate. Adverts. BAL 10571. $200-300 194 122489/185 * 5 vols. Beerbohm, Max: The Works of Max Beerbohm. N.Y: Scribner’s, 1896. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. gilt & light blue stamped pictorial brown cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; light edge wear. Light to moderate foxing throughout. Gallatin & Oliver 1. * Zuleika Dobson. L: W. Heinmann, 1911. 1st ed. Sq. 8vo, orig. smooth brown cloth, giltlettered spine; corners a little bumped, other light edge wear, slightly dusty. Untrimmed. Light foxing to front & back matter. G&O 8. * A Christmas Garland. L: W. Heinemann, 1912. Sq. 8vo, orig. giltstamped blue cloth; minor edgewear, d/j (slight edge wear.) Light foxing to endpapers, very occasional light foxing to text gutters. 2pp adverts at back, partly unopened. G&O 10.* Another copy of the preceding, 1sr ed., orig. cloth, untrimmed, light edge wear, joints occasionally scuffed, slightly dusty, 2pp adverts. * Observations. L: W. Heinmann, 1925. 1st trade ed. 4to, orig. yellow cloth, gilt-lettered spine, some edgewear, moderately dusty. Color frontis + 51 plates, lettered tissue guards. Light to moderate foxing to 1/2 title, title & back matter. G&O. 24. $400-600 33

195 122489/186 * 2 vols. Firbank, Ronald: Vainglory. L: Grant Richard, (1915). 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered black cloth, top edge stained blue, other edges untrimmed; corners bumped, other minor wear, d/j (top 3rd of back panel torn away.) Color frontis by Felicien Rops. Light foxing to front & back matter. Firbank’s 1st pub. book. Benkowitz A2a. * Inclinations. L: Grant Richards, 1916. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered black cloth; light wear, d/j (bottom fore egde corner of front panel torn away, other small or closed tears, some foxing to verso.) Frontis. Light to moderate foxing to end papers, light foxing to 1/2 title & termanl text leaf, some spotting to fore edge. Without adverts. Benkowitz A3. $300-500 196 122489/161 * 1 vol. Thomas, Edward. Poems. London: Selwyn & Blount, 1917. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. grey bds, paper spine label; very light edge wear, frontis port. Untrimmed. Bright, tight copy in custom fall-down cloth box. Eckert p242ff. $300-500 197 122489/14 * 3 vols. Hopkins, Gerard Manley. Poems. London: Humphrey Milford, (1918). 1st ed., 1/750. Edited by Robert Bridges. 8vo, orig. linenbacked bds, paper spine label, untrimmed edges; light wear, occasional minor spotting. With 2 portraits & 2 double-page facsimiles. Dunne A38.* The 2nd ed. of the preceding, L: Humphrey Milford, 1930, #54/250, 8vo, orig. vellum-backed bds, untrimmed; fore & bottom edges, corners bumped, other light edge wear. Dunne A73. * #88/250 of the preceding, corners bumped, other light wear. $1,000-1,500 198 122489/16 * 1 vol. Brooke, Rupert. 1914 and Other Poems. Garden City: Doubleday, Page, 1915. 1st Amer. ed. 1 of 87 copies. Sm. 4to, orig. 3/4 dark blue morocco & cloth, gilt, other edges untrimmed, spine gilt; front joint rubbed & tender, corners & spine ends rubbed. $700-1,000 199 122489/57 * 1 vol. Conrad, Joseph. Almayer’s Folly. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1895. 1st ed., 1st issue. 8vo, orig. green cloth, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges rough trimmed; light edge wear. Attractive copy in custom green morocco & cloth case. With “e” lacking from generosity on p110. Wise 1; Conrad’s first book. $300-500

200 121890/15 1 vol. Conrad, Joseph. The Nigger of the “Narcissus.” London: William Heinemann, 1898. 1st English ed., 1st issue. 8vo, later 3/4 burgundy morocco & cloth, t.e.g., other edges rough trimmed; hinges stressed, by Bayntun. Orig. cloth covers and spine bound in (lightly to moderately scuffed, small area of residue on front cover). Former owner’s bookplate on front paste-down. Some discoloration to page edges and scattered spotting $200-300 201 122489/58 * 6 vols. Conrad, Joseph: Almayer’s Folly. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1895. 1st ed., 1st issue. 8vo, early 20th-century full green calf, gilt; slightly scuffed. Trimmed, light foxing to front matter. Wise 1.* The Children of the Sea. N.Y: Dodd, Mead, 1897. 1st pub. ed. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered pictorial blue-grey cloth, rough trimmed ed; slightly scuffed, light edge wear. Pub. in England, 1898, as “The Nigger of “Narcissus”.” Generally attractive copy. W4.* An Outcast of the Islands. L: T. Fisher Unwin, 1896. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. green cloth, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges rough trimmed; light edge wear. Attractive copy. W2.* Youth. N.Y: McLure, Phillips, 1903. 1st Amer. ed. 8vo, orig. giltlettered green cloth, t.e.g., other edges rough trimmed, light edge wear, very slightly cocked. W10.* Under Western Eyes. L: Methuen, (1911). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. red cloth, gilt-lettered spine; rough cut edges; light wear, some darkening to endpapers, minor fixing to front matter. Armorial book plate. W19.* Falk. N.Y: McClure, Phillips, 1903. 1st separate ed. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered blue cloth, t.e.g., other edges rough cut; corners slightly bumped, spine ends & joints scuffed. Front hinge slightly stressed. Cuttler & Styles p24. $700-1,000 202 122489/59 * 1 vol. Conrad, Joseph. Youth: A Narrative and Two Other Stories. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood and Sons, 1902. 1st ed., 1st state. 8vo, orig. green cloth, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g.; corners very slightly bumped, minor edge wear. With 32pp pub. cat, dated “10/02” at end. Book plate of John Kobler on front paste-down. Sound, attractive copy. Includes “Heart of Darkness.” Wise 10. $800-1,200 203 122489/61 * 1 vol. Conrad, Joseph. Nostromo. A Tale of the Seabold. London: Harper, 1904. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. light blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine; slightly scuffed, light edge wear. Conrad’s name in another hand on front free endpaper recto. Sound, attractive copy. Wise 15. $300-500


206 122489/102 * 2 vols. Woolf, Virginia: Mrs Dalloway. London: Hogarth Press, 1925. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. deep rust cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top edge stained dull yellow, other edges untrimmed; light wear, occasionally slightly scuffed, some discoloraton to endpapers. Kirkpatrick A9a; Woolmer 82. * To the Light House. London: Hogarth Press, 1927. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top edge stained dull yellow, other edges untrimmed; joints & corners moderately scuffed, other light wear. Light foxing to 1/2 title of front matter. KA10a; W154. Both complete. $800-1,200


204 122489/100 * 1 vol. Woolf, Virginia. The Waves. London: Hogarth Press, 1931. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. purple cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light edge wear, bottom corners bumped, d/j (chipped at corners & spine ends - very minor loss to design elements, spine panel starting to darken, occasionally slightly dusty.) D/j designed by Vanessa Bell. A few small stains to top edge. Complete with 1/2 title, internally clean. Kirkpatrick A16a; Woolmer 279. $600-800 205 122489/101 * 1 vol. Woolf, Virgnia. The Years. London: Hogarth Press, 1937. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. pale jade cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top edge stained grey, other edges untrimmed; light edge wear, slightly scuffed, a little dusty, d/j (minor chipping to edges - no loss to design elements, spine panel starting to darken.) D/j design by Vanessa Bell. Occasional minor discoloration to endpaper. Complete with 1/2 title. Kirkpatrick A22a; Woolmer 423. $300-500

207 122489/136 * 3 vols. Auden, W.H: Poems. L: Faber & Faber, (1930). Sq. 4to, later blue cloth, wrappers bound in. Nescient chip at center fore edge of front wrapper. Untrimmed. Clean & attractive. Auden’s 1st reg. pub. book. Bloomfield & Mendelson A2a. * Look Stranger. L: Faber & Faber, (1936). 1st ed. 4to, orig. grey cloth; moderate wear, joints starting to fray. Signed by W.H. Auden on front free endpapers. B. & M. A13a. * The Double Man. N.Y: Random House, (1941). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. rust cloth; light to moderate wear, d/j (chipped at edges.) Some darkening to endpapers. Inscribed & signed by W.H. Auden on front free endpaper recto. M. & B. 24a. $300-500 208 122489/7 * 1 vol. Bishop, Elizabeth. North & South. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1946. 1st ed. 1 of 1000 copies. 8vo, orig. silver lettered & decorated blue cloth; light edge wear, occasionally slightly scuffed & dusty, d/j (minor edgewear, old cellotape repairs to verso), orig. slipcase (discoloring at edges.) Endpapers very slightly toned. Attractive copy of the author’s first book. $300-500 See color illustration on page 66 209 122489/150 * 1 vol. Warren, Robert Penn. Thirty-Six Poems. N.Y: Alcetis Press, 1935. 1st ed., #84/135 (of 165) copies. 4to, orig. stiff wrappers, d/j & glassine. Untrimmed. Bright & NF/F. Grimshaw A2.a1. $500-800 See color illustration on page 66 35

210 122489/151 * 1 vol. Thomas, Dylan. Twenty-Five Poems. London: J.M. Dent, (1936). 1st ed. 1/730. Sm. sq. 8vo, orig. grey bds, top edge stained slate grey, other edges untrimmed; minor edge wear, d/j (unobtrusive narrow stain at bottom of front panel.) Rust mark from head of old paper clip at head of back endpaper & last leaf. Tight, bright copy. [Connolly 78b]; Rolph B3. $400-600 See color illustration on page 66 211 122489/152 * 3 vols. Thomas, Dylan: 18 Poems. L: Fortune, (1934) [but c1942]. Tall 8vo, orig. red cloth; light wear, d/j (slightly dusty - price clipped.) 3rd issue, mixed state, knolepark imprint, text on pp 12 & 23 corrected. Rolph B3.* The World I Breathe. Norfolk: New Directons, (1939). 1st ed., 1st issue. Tall, 8vo, orig. brick red cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light wear, spine ends slightly dusty, d/j (some chipping tp spine panel head of foot chipped away, other chipping at corners, scattered spotting & occasional dust soiling. Internally clean. R B5.* Deaths and Entrances. L: Dent, (1946). 1st ed. 16mo, orig. orange cloth, giltlettered spine; light wear, edges a little dusty, d/j (slightly dusty, light edge wear.) R B10. $400-600 212 122489/153 * 9 vols. Thomas, Dylan: New Poems. Norfolk: New Directions, (1943). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. purple wrappers; slightly sunned. 2 copies. Rolph B9.* Deaths and Entrances. L: Dent, (1946). 1st ed. 16mo, orig. orange cloth; light wear, slightly dusty, d/j (some edge wear), slightly dusty. R B10.* Selected Writings. (N.Y): New Directions, (1946). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. purple-pink cloth, d/j (light wear.) Bright copy. R B16.* Collected Poems 1934-1952. L: Dent, 1952. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. blue cloth; light wear, d/j (some edge wear, slightly dusty.) Frontis. * Under Milk Woold. L: Dent, (1954). 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. brown cloth; light wear, d/j (chipping & small tears at edges, price clipped.) R B21.* Quite Early One Morning. L: Dent, (1954). 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. blue cloth; moderate wear. Frontis. R B23.* Adventures in the Skin Trade. (N.Y): New Directions, (1955). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. grey cloth; minor edge wear, d/j (some edge wear, a little dusty.) R B27.* Letters to Vernon Watkins. L: Dent; Faber & Faber, (1957). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. green cloth; light wear, d/j (occasional minor chipping - price clipped.) Frontis. $300-500

213 122489/191 * 5 vols. (wrappers) Lowry, Robert: Trip to the Bloomin’ Moon. [Cincinnati: Little Man Press], [1939]. 1st ed. Sq. 16mo, orig. pictorial wrappers; light edge wear, small smudge to back wrapper. Illus by Hugo Valerio. Lowry’s 1st separate pub. * The Blaze Beyond the Town. [Bari, Italy]: Piccolo, 1945. #191/300 signed by Robert Lowry. 24mo, orig. stiff wrappers - barbed wire design; slightly dusty. Some internal dampstaining. * Feel They Poems. [Bari, Italy], [1945]. #7/125 by Robert Lowry. 16mo, orig. stiff stamped wrappers. Light wear. * The Journey Out, 3 Stories. Bari, Italy, 1945. #44/350 signed by Robert Lowry. 24mo, orig. white decorated stiff wrappers; light wear. Internally slightly toned. * The Prince of Pride Starring. (Cincinnati): National Genius Books, (1959). #167/1000 signed by Robert Lowry. 12mo, orig. black & red decorated white wrappers; light wear, slightly dusty. Limitation page a little damp wrinkled. $300-500 214 122489/8 * 1 vol. (wrappers.) Crane, Hart. The Bridge. Paris: Black Sun Press, 1930. 1st ed., 1/200 on Holland - #235/283 copies. 4to, orig. white wrappers over flexible bds, orig. glassine. With 3 photo. plates by Walker Evans, tissue guards. Bright attractive copy in largely intact but occasionally smudged glassine, orig. but broken silver paper box present. Schwartz & Schweik A2; Minkoff A32. $2,500-4,000 See color illustration on page 66 215 11-1621/11 1 vol. Lewis, C.S. De Descriptione Temporum. (Cambridge), (1955). Sm. 8vo, orig. printed wrappers; spine & edges slightly sunned. Signed on front wrappers by C.S. Lewis. $250-400 216 122489/26 * 3 vols. Faulkner, William: The Sound and the Fury. New York: Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith, (1929). 1st ed. 12mo, orig. white cloth backed patterned bds, top edges stained grey, other edges untrimmed, slightly cocked, moderate edge wear, minor discoloration to head of spine & front bd. In facs d/j. Massey 322.* Sartoris. New York: Harcourt, Brace, (1929). 12mo, orig. red-lettered black cloth, top edge stained red, other edges untrimmed; light edge wear, negligible wound at foot of front joint. M 289.* Sanctuary. New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, (1931). 1st ed. 12mo, orig. grey-backed magenta bds, top edge stained black, light to moderate edge wear, slightly dusty, very slightly cocked. 2nd bdg state. M 247. $1,000-1,500


217 122489/25 * 4 vols. Hemingway, Ernest: Men Without Women. N.Y: C. Scribner’s, 1927. 1st ed., 1st ptg. 12mo, orig. black cloth; gold covers of spine labels; very slightly cocked, other light wear. HA7a. * Winna Take Nothing. N.Y: Scribner’s, 1933. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. black cloth, gold cover & spine labels; slightly cocked, other light wear. * The Fifth Column and the First Forty Nine Stories. N.Y: Scribner’s, 1938. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. red cloth; light wear, occasionally slightly scuffed, d/j (some light creasing, occasionally slightly dusty.) Endpapers darkened. HA16a. * The first English ed. of the preceding. London: Cape, (1939). 8vo, orig. beige cloth; light wear, slightly dusty. Russell Lanstrom’s (of A.P.) copy. $500-800 218 122489/24 * 4 vols. Hemingway, Ernest: A Farewell to Arms. N.Y: C. Scribner’s 1929. 1st ed., 1st issue. 12mo, orig. black cloth, gold cover & spine paper labels; light edge wear, minor chipping to spine label. Hanneman A8a. * The Torrents of Spring. N.Y: Scribner’s, 1926. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. black cloth; light wear. H. A4a. * Men Without Women. N.Y: Scribner’s 1927. 1st ed., 1st ptg. 12mo, orig. black cloth, gold cover & spine labels. Light wear, spine label slightly dusty. H. A7a. * Winnder Takes Nothing. N.Y: Scribner’s 1933. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. black cloth, gold cover & spine labels; light wear, slightly dusty. H. A12a. $500-800 219 121954/2 1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. For Whom the Bell Tolls. New York: Charles Scribner’s, 1940. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. beige cloth, stamped in red & black; light edge wear, a little dusty, d/j (some chipping along edges with some loss of design at head & foot of spine.) Endpapers & ptg block edges starting to darken. Early state of d/j. Hanneman A18a. $200-300 220 121688/9 2 vols. Hemingway, Ernest: For Whom the Bell Tolls. N.Y: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1940. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. cloth; spine toned. D/j (with tear and separation to upper right corner, affecting title, small edge tears and creasing, loss to lettering on spine.) Early state panel of d/j. Hanneman A18a. * The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories. N.Y: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1938. 8vo, orig. red cloth; scuffed, spine discolored. Slightly shaken. Pages lightly discolored. Small edge tear to front free endpaper. Hanneman A16a. $200-300

221 122489/22 * 1 vol. Fitzgerald, F. Scott. This Side of Paradise. N.Y: C. Scribner’s, 1920. 1st ed., 1st ptg. 12mo, orig. green cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top of foreedge untrimmed; light wear. Sound, attractive copy, with gilt on spine in near excellent state of preservation. Author’s first book; Bruccoli AS1a. $500-800 222 122489/21 * 1 vol. Fitzgerald, F. Scott. The Great Gatsby. N.Y: C. Scribner’s, 1925. 1st ed., 1st ptg. 12mo, orig. green cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top of fore edges untrimmed.; corners a little bumped, spine ends slightly scuffed. Sound, attractive copy, gilt on spine in excellent state of preservation. Bruccoli A11.1a $800-1,200 223 122489/167 * 1 vol. Lewis, Wyndham. The Apes of God. London: Arthur Press, 1930. 1st ed., 1/750, out-of-series copy. Lg. 8vo, orig. tan cloth, blue lettered spine; light wear, slightly dusty, d/j (slightly scuffed, joints & panel edges scuffed, occasionally slightly chipped.) Light foxing to free endpapers, light spotting to edges, minor foxing to title page. Presentation copy, inscribed to Professor Irving & Babbit, dated, “June 1930,” & signed by Wyndham Lewis at head of limitation page. Morrow & Lafourcade 12a. $500-800 224 122489/168 * 4 vols. Wyndam Lewis: Lewis, Wyndam. Time and Western Man. L: Chatto and Windus, 1927. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. red cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top edge stained red, other edges rough trimmed; light edge wear. Morrow & Lafourcade A8a - variant 1. * The Old Gang and the New Gang. L: Desmond Harmsworth, 1933. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. grey & black paper cloth; light wear, edges untrimmed, d/j (spine & panel edges darkening.) M. & L. 20. * Blasting and Bombarding. L: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1937. 1st ed. Lg. 8vo, orig. orange cloth; light wear, edges starting to darken, d/j (starting to darken, panel joints & edges scuffed, spine ends starting to chip. In custom cloth brown cloth fall-down box. M. & L. A26. * Paintinsg and Drawings. Berkeley: Univ. of Calif. Press, 1971. 4to, orig. beige cloth; minor wear, d/j (some edge wear.) Color & b/w plates. Includes catalogue raisonne. $300-500 37

225 122489/169 * 4 vols. Lewis, Wyndham: The Wild Body. L: Chatto & Windus, 1927. 1st ed., #65/79. 8vo, orig. cloth-backed marbled bds, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; light edge wear, spine fading. Internally clean. Morrow & Lafourcade A9a. * The Childermass: Section I. L: Chatto and Windus, 1928. 1st ed., #19/225 signed by Wyndam Lewis. 8vo, orig. yellow cloth, gilt-lettered spine, other edges untrimmed; light wear, minor spotting. Some discoloration to endpapers. M. & L. A10a. * Time and Western Man. L: Chatto and Windus, 1927. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. red cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top edge stained red, other edges rough trimmed; light to moderate wear. Bookplate of mIchael Ernest Sadler on front paste down. M. & L. A8a, variant #1. * Blasting and Bombarding. L: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1937. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. orange cloth, t.e.g., other edfes rough trimmed, light wear, d/j (light wear, spine panel starting to darken.) W. & L. A26. $500-800 226 122470/1 1 vol. Bukowski, Charles. It Catches My Heart in its Hands. [New Orleans]: Loujon Press, (1963). One of 777 copies, signed by Bukowski in silver ink. 4to, orig. stiff mixed-media wrappers; small wound to cork surface. $400-600 227 122489/51 * 1 vol. Plath, Sylvia. Ariel. London: Faber & Faber, (1965). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. deep rose cloth, gilt lettered spine; light wear, spine ends & corners very lightly scuffed, d/j (minor wear.) NF-/NF. $300-500 228 122489/93 * 1 vol. Heller, Joseph. Catch-22. N.Y: Simon and Schuster, 1961. Advance copy. 8vo, orig. wrappers; spine & edges slighly toned, some minor creasing. Signed by Joseph Heller on title-page. $800-1,200 229 122489/117 * 4 vols. Bellow, Saul: The Adventures of Augie March. N.Y: Viking, 1953. 1st ed., 1st issue. 8vo, orig. red stamped two-tone cloth, top edge stained orange; light edge wear, edges just starting to darken, d/j (minor creasing, occasional minor edge wear, extremities very slightly dusty, small cellotape residue on flaps.) In 1st state state d/j. VG. * Seize the Day. N.Y: Viking, 1956. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. two-tone cloth; corners slightly bumped, d/j (minor edge wear). Bright copy. VG+/NF. * Henderson the Rain King. N.Y, 1959. 1st ed., 1st issue. 8vo, orig. two-tone cloth, top edge stained yellow; light edge wear, d/j (minor wear.) VG+/NF. * Mr. Sammler’s Planet. N.Y: Viking, 1970. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. cloth & bds. Bright copy. NF+. $500-800

230 122489/116 * 2 vols. [Signed Books] Bellow, Saul: Herzog. N.Y: Viking, (1964). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. blue cloth; minor edge wear, d/j (some wear & chipping at egdes, a few short closed tears at edges - negligible loss to design elements.) Signed on front free endpaper recto by Saul Bellow. * Mr. Sammler’s Planet. N.Y: Viking, (1970). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. cloth & bds, d/j (minor edge wear.) Signed & incribed on front free endpaper recto by Saul Bellow. $250-350 231 122489/173 * 5 vols. Modern First Editions - First Books: Banville, John. Long Lankin. L: Secher & Warburg, (1970). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. black cloth. D/j. Old price sticker “ghost” at bottom of back free endpaper verso. NF+. * Barth, John. The Floating of Opera. N.Y: Appleton-Century-Crofts, (1956). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. brown cloth, fore & bottom edges untrimmed, d/j (light edge wear, a little dusty.) Perforation at center of title page - affecting a few words of disclaimer on verso. Glenway Wescott’s bookplate, loosely inserted deep pink early owner’s presentation on front free endpaper recto. * Barthelme, Donald. Come Back, Dr. Caligari. Boston: Little, Brown, (1964). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. lavender cloth; light wear. D/j (edges slightly dusty, scattered light foxing to verso, small cellotape ghost at head of front free endpaper recto. Signed by Donald Barthelme on title-page. VG+. * Doctorow, E.L. Welcome to Hard Times. N.Y: Simon and Schuster, 1960. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. bds; light edge wear, minor scattered spotting, d/j (slightly dusty, creasing to panel joints.) Internally toned. VG+. * Oats, Joyce, Carol. By The North Gate. N.Y: Vanguard, (1963). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. burgundy cloth, d/j (minor wear). NF+. $800-1,200 232 122364/8 1 vol. Rand, Ayn. The Fountainhead. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, (1943). 1st ed., 3rd ptg. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered red cloth; top edge stained pink; light wear, d/j (some chipping at head of spine and top of front panels, minor loss to design elements.) VG+. Perinn A3b (in 2nd state d/j & red bdg recorded only for the 1st ptg.) $200-300 233 122364/9 1 vol. Rand, Ayn. Atlas Shrugged. New York: Random House, 1957. 1st ed., 1st issue. Thick 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered green cloth, top edge stained blue; minor wear, d/j (minor chipping at head of spine panel, other light wear to front and back panel.) VG+ $400-600


234 121954/6 7 vols. Signed Modern Literature - Roberts, Kenneth: Northwest Passage. Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1937. 2 vols. #395/1050, signed on limitation page. 8vo, orig. red cloth; light wear, spine faded. Lacking d/js. * Trade ed. of the preceding. 1 vol. 8vo, orig. green cloth, d/j (edgewear and scuffing.) Signed on t-p. * Oliver Wiswell. N.Y: Doubleday, Doran, 1940. 2 vols. #527/1050, signed on limitation page. 8vo, orig. brown cloth, slipcase (worn edges). * Arundel. N.Y: Doubleday, Doran, 1933. 8vo, orig. cloth; edgewear. Signed and inscribed on t-p. * Boon Island. N.Y: Doubleday & Company, 1956. 8vo, two-tone cloth, d/j (light wear.) Signed on front free endpaper. $500-800 235 122339/2 8 vols. (Autograph Material.) Modern Literature & Fiction - Copies signed & inscribed by their authors): Buck, Pearl S. Dragon Seed. New York: J. Day, (1942). 8vo, orig. cloth; moderate wear. * Dos Passos, John. Number One. Boston: H. Mifflin, (1943). 8vo, orig. cloth; moderate wear, some spotting. * Gardener, Earl. The Case of the Smoking Chimney. New York: W. Morrow, 1943. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. cloth; moderate wear. * Hersey, John. A Bell for Adano. N.Y.: A.A. Knopf, 1944. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. cloth; some soiling to edges, d/j (minor wear.) * Lewis Sinclair. The Prodical Parents. London: J. Cape, (1938). 1st British ed. 12mo, contemp. 3/4 morocco; scuffed. * _ _ It Can’t Happen Here. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1935. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. cloth; moderate wear, slightly dusty. * Maugham, W. Somerset. The Razor’s Edge. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1944. 12mo, orig. cloth; light wear.1 vol. Smith, Betty. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. New York: Harper, (1943). 8vo, orig. bds, d/j (moderate wear.) All inscribed and signed by the authors on front free endpaper recto (7) or front blank (Lewis’s Prodigal Parents.) $250-400 236 122489/1 * 2 vols. (wrappers.) Nabokov, Vladimir. Lolita. Paris: Olympia Press, (1955). 1st ed. 12mo, orig. printed green wrappers; corners moderately creased, other occasional edge wear. Joints rubbed, just starting to separate at feet. With “Francs: 900” on back wrappers. $1,500-2,500 237 122489/113 * 1 vol. Nabokov, Vladmir. Laughter in the Dark. Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, (1938). 1st Amer. ed., later issue. 8vo, orig. light brown cloth, rough trimmed fore & bottom edges; minor wear, d/j (some shallow chipping to edges.) Light to moderate toning to endpapers. VG+. Nabokov’s first book to be issued in the United States. $500-800


238 122489/190 * 2 vols. Dos Passos, John: The 42nd Parallel. N.Y: Harper, 1930. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. decorated orange bds, burgundy cloth back & corners, paper spine labels, top edge stained rust, other edges untrimmed; corners slightly bumped & frayed, other minor edge wer, d/j (light edgewear, cellotape repairs to verso.) * The Big Money. N.Y: Harcourt, Brace, (1936). 1st ed. 12mo, orig. silver lettered blue cloth; light edge wear, d/j (some creasing & chipping along edges - minor paper loss cello tape repairs to verso.) Untrimmed. $300-500 239 122489/105 * 1 vol. Waugh, Evelyn. Brideshead Revisited. Boston: Little, Brown, 1945. 1st Amer. ed., pre. pub. issue, 1/600. 8vo, orig. blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top edge stained blue, other edges rough trimmed, d/j (minor wear.) Near Fine + copy. Davis 20. $500-800 240 122489/106 * 1 vol. Waugh, Evelyn. Scoop. London: Chapman & Hall, 1938. 1st ed., 1st issue. 8vo, orig. bds; light wear, 1st issue d/j (minor edge wear, moderate foxing to verso of spine panel, some light foxing to verso of panel edges of very tops of flaps.) Endpapers slightly toned. With 2 sets of The Book Society wrap-around band inserted. With “As” last worn on p88 & d/j with “[D]aily Beas[t] masthead. Davis 15. $1,200-1,800 39

241 122489/107 * 1 vol. Waugh, Evelyn. A Handful of Dust. London: Chapmen & Hall, (1934). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. bds; light edge wear, very slightly cocked, d/j (light chipping to edges, very slightly dusty.) Frontis. Light spotting to endpapers & 1/2 title. Without the wrap-around band. Davis 11. $400-600 242 122489/108 * 1 vol. Waugh, Evelyn. Mr. Loveday’s Little Outing. London: Chapman & Hall, (1936). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. bds; minor wear, very slightly cocked, d/j (very minor edge wear.) With Book Society wrap around band. Hinges reinforced. Top edge slightly dusty. Davis 13. $250-400 243 122489/109 * 2 vols. Waugh, Evelyn: Black Mischief. London: Chapman and Hall, (1932). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. bds; light wear, d/j (light edge wear, occasionally a little dusty, spine panel starting to darken.) Frontis. Map. Some spotting to top edge. * Vile Bodies. (London): Chapman & Hall, 1930. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. bds; light wear, slightly cocked. Lacking d/j. Davis 8. $500-800 245 122489/111 * 9 vols. Waugh, Evelyn. [Travel Books]: Labels. (London): Dukworth, 1930. 1st ed. Tall 8vo, orig. blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light wear, d/j (scattered light foxing, slightly dusty, minor edge wear.) Frontis, double-page map, 4 photo plates, full-page map. Moderate foxing to title-page, light to moderate foxing to endpapers & frontis. Davis 6. * Ninety-two Days. L: Duckworth, 1934. 1st ed. Tall 8vo, orig. blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light wear, d/j (some chipping to edges no loss of design elements, scattered light spotting.) Frontis, photo plates, fold map. Some foxing to head of title page & heads of front & back matter. Some spotting to top & fore edge, 1/2 title toned. D 10.* Waugh in Abyssinia. L: Longman, Green, 1936. 1st ed., 1st state. Tall 8vo, orig. red cloth, gilt-lettered cloth; light wear, d/j (some chipping - primarily at edges, slightly dusty, starting to darken.) D. 14. * They Were Still Dancing. N.Y: Farrar & Rinehart, (1932). 1st Am. ed. thus. 8vo, orig. orange-yellow cloth, top edge stained black, other edges untrimmed, d/j (minor edge wear.) Bright, tight copy. D. 7.* Remote People. L: Duckworth, (1931). 1st ed. Tall 8vo, orig. purple cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light edge wear, very slightly scuffed. With frontis, 6 photo plates, 2 fold maps. Minor spotting to front matter. D 7.* Robbery Under Law. The Mexican Object Lesson. L: Chapman & Hall, (1939). 1st ed. Tall 8vo, orig. blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light to moderate wear, slightly dusty. D 16.* The 1st Amer. ed. of the preceding, Mexico an Object lesson. , Boston: Little, Brown, 1939, orig. cloth, d/j; light wear. Review copy with pub. card inserted. Bright copy. D 16. * Another copy of the preceding, Boston, 1939, 8vo, orig. cloth, d/j. D. 16.* A Tourist in Africa. L: Chapman & Hall, 1960. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. blue cloth, d/j. Photo plates. Bright, tight copy. D 34. $800-1,200

246 122468/3 1 vol. Waugh, Evelyn. Basil Seal Rides Again. Boston: Little, Brown, (1963). 1st Amer. ed., #25/1000 signed by Waugh. 4to, orig. gilt-pictorial blue cloth, t.e.g., other edges rough cut; minor edge wear. Color frontis. Bright, tight copy. Davis 136. $150-250 247 122489/99 * 3 vols. Stein, Gertrude: Tender Buttons: Objects....Food...Rooms. N.Y: Claire Marie, 1914. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. yellow bds. With circular lable printed in two shades of green; light wear to extremities, slightly dusty, a few minor creases to front cover. Light impressions from absent cellotape on front endpapers [no repairs]. Untrimmed. Generally attractive copy. Haas & Gallup IV. * Operas and Plays. Paris: Plain, (1932). 1st ed., 1/500. Sm. 4to, orig. tan wrappers; minor wear, in orig. case of tan bds (some darkening). Attractive copy. H. & G. XIX. * The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas. N.Y: Harcourt, Brace, (1933). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. silver stamped blue cloth, top edge stained grey, other edges unrtimmed; minor edge wear, d/j (some chipping to edges - just touching design elements at head of spine & front cover panels, fissures at joints, spine panel a little sunned - with $3.50 on front flap. With 16 plates. VG/VG+. H. G. XXI. $600-800 248 122489/141 * 1 vol. Hardy, Thomas. Wessex Poems and Other Verses. (London & New York: Harper), (1898). 1st ed. 1/500. 8vo, orig. dark green cloth, gilt, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; very minor edge wear, d/j (mostly minor chipping to edges - no loss of letters) Illus by the author. Frontis, 12 full-page illus, head & tail pieces. Complete. Unopened. Bright, tight copy in orig. d/j. Purdy p96ff. $400-600 249 122489/142 * 4 vols. Hardy, Thomas: The Hand of Ethelberta. N.Y: Henry Holt, 1876. 1st Amer. ed. 12mo, orig. black stamped beige cloth; slightly dusty, spine starting to darken, light edge wear, very slightly cocked. Pencil signature of orig. owner dated “July 26, 1876’ at head of title. Purdy, p23. * Wessex Poems. (London & New York: Harper), (1898). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. white buchram, gilt, a.e.g; scuffed, slightly dusty. Illus by Hardy. In special presentation or gift bdg. Purdy 96ff. * The N.Y. & London, 1899 ed. of the preceding, 8vo, orig. gilt-stamped, color pictorial green cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. Illus. by Hardy. Light wear. Purdy, p106. * Poems of the Past & Present. (N.Y. & London), (Harper), 1902. 8vo, orig. green cloth, gilt, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. 8vo, light to moderate wear, a little dusty. Purdy 107ff - in variant, not recorded by P. Title & author in gilt letters in white cloth. Panel within green floral panel. $250-400


258 122489/130 * 6 vols. Arnold, Matthew: Poems. L: Longman, Brown, Green and Longman, 1853. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. green cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light edge wear. Complete with 1/2 title. 32pp pub. cat. at back. Westley & Co. binder’s ticket on back paste down. Untrimmed. * Poems. L: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1855. 1st ed., 2nd series. 8vo, orig. green cloth, gilt-lettered spine, spine ends starting to fray, other light wear, back hinge slightly stressed. With 24pp pub. cat at back. Westley & Co. binder’s ticket on back paste-down. Untrimmed. * New Poems, Narrative... L: Macmillan, 1869. 1st ed. 2 vols. 8vo, orig. green cloth, gilt; spine ends & corners frayed, joints scuffed. Complete with 1/2 title. Burn’s binder’s ticket on back paste-down. Untrimmed. Bright copy. 1st “Dover Beach.” * Selected Poems. L: Macmillan, 1882. Sm. 8vo, orig. blue cloth, gilt. Bright copy. $300-500 259 122489/131 * 7 vols. Arnold, Matthew: Essays in Criticism. L: Macmillan, 1865. 1st ed., 1st issue. Sm. 8vo, orig. terra-cotta cloth, gilt; light to moderate wear. Hinges slightly tender. With 2pp adverts. Untrimmed. * The 1st Amer. ed. of the preceding, Boston, 1865. 8vo, orig. cloth; light wear. * Another copy of the 1st Amer. ed., orig. cloth, moderate wear, hinges stressed. * Essays in Criticism. Second Series. L: Macmillan, 1888. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. deep purple cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light to moderate wear. * On the Study of Celtic Literature. L: Smith, Elder, 1865. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. burgundy cloth, gilt; light edge wear. 2pp adverts. Untrimmed. * Schools and Universities on the Continent. L: Macmillan, 1868. 1st ed. Tall 8vo, orig. purple cloth, gilt-lettered spine; edges & joints worn & starting to fray. Complete with 1/2 title. Untrimmed. Presentation copy from the “author.” With 2 Matthew Arnold ALS inserted - Feb. 21, 1868, 1p, 8vo, on Education Dept. letterhead, signed M.A.T., Sept 4 n.d., 1p, 8vo, signed in full. * Poetry of Byron. L: Macmillan, 1881. 1st ed., 1/750 lg paper copies. 8vo, orig. cloth, paper spine label; slightly dusty, label chipped. Edited by M.A. Untrimmed. $300-500 260 122489/129 * 1 vol. A. [Arnold, Matthew] The Strayed Revelles and Other Poems. London: B. Fellowes, 1849. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. green cloth, blind floral covers, gilt-lettered spine; corners bumped, spine ends frayed, a few small chips to joints. Hinges cracked. Untrimmed. Bookplates on front free endpaper recto & front paste down. Complete with 1/2 title. Internally generally clean. Author’s 1st book, 500 printed, most withdrawn soon after publication. $250-400

263 122385/6 1 vol. Verne, Jules. Journey in the Interior of the Earth. London: Ward Lock and Tyler, [c1876]. 1st ed. under this slightly different title. 8vo, orig. pub. gilt pictorial brown cloth; light edgewear, corners bumped. Previous owner’s inscription on front free endpaper. Pub. catalogue at rear. This particular title not recorded by Myers. $250-400 264 122385/7 1 vol. Verne, Jules. The Lottery Ticket. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Serle & Rivington, 1889. “New and Cheaper Edition.” 2nd. English ed. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered pictorial green cloth; light wear. Nice bright copy. Some discoloration to title page from tissue guard, otherwise generally clean. Myers 52. $400-600 See color illustration on page 67 265 122385/5 1 vol. Verne, Jules. The Voyages and Adventures of Captain Hatteras. Boston: J.R. Osgood & Co., 1875. 1st Amer. ed. 8vo, orig. pictorial brick red cloth; edge wear, head and foot of spine frayed. Binding shaken. Some internal spotting. Myers 58. $200-300 266 122385/4 8 vols. Verne, Jules - English Imprints: Foundling Mick. London: Samson.., [1895]. “New and Cheaper Edition.” 8vo, orig. pictorial cloth; edge wear and scuffing. Prize plate to front paste down. Scattered wear. * Cesar Cascabel. L: Samson Low, Marston & Co., 1891. 1st English ed. 8vo, orig. gilt pictorial green cloth; edge wear, scuffed. Myers 7. * The Clipper of the Clouds. L: Sampson Low, Marston..., 1889. Later ed. 4to, orig. gilt-lettered pictorial cloth; edges worn, bumped corners. With former owner’s incription on front paste down. * The Vanished Diamond. L: Sampson Low, Marston, 1896. Later ed. 8vo, orig. pictorial brick red bds; light edge wear. Nice bright copy. Former owner’s inscription on front free endpaper. * Wonderful Travels. L: Ward Lock & Co., [c1900]. Later ed. 4to, orig. gilt decorated red cloth; corners bumped. * From the Earth to the Moon Direct in 97 Hours... L: Sampson.., 1874. “Third Edition.” 8vo, orig. giltlettered maroon pictorial cloth; corners worn, edge wear. Light occasional spotting. Myers 26. * The Lighthouse at the End of the World. L: Sampson Low, Marston..., [c1920s] 8vo, pictorial red cloth. Foxing throughout. * The Purchase of the North Pole. L: Sampson Low,.., [c1920]. Later ed. 8vo, pictorial green cloth. $400-600 41

267 122385/3 10 vols. (1 wrappers.) Verne, Jules - American Imprints: The Fur Country.. Boston: James R. Osgood and Co., 1874 [1873]. 1st Amer. ed., post-dated title page. 8vo, orig. gilt-pictorial brown cloth; corners worn, wear to head and foot of spine. Myers 27. * In Search of the Castaways.. Hartford, Conn: Columbian Book Company, 1873. 8vo, orig. gilt-pictorial plum coth; spine faded, edge wear. Casing with “J.B. Lippincott” at foot of spine, title page on stub. * The Southern Star. N.Y: George Munro’s Sons, [c1855]. Later ed. 8vo, orig. brown cloth; head and foot of spine worn, bumped corners. Toned pages. * Facing the Flag. N.Y: F. Tennyson, (1897). Later ed. 8vo, pictorial green cloth; some staining. Old marks to front matter. * The Castle of the Carpathians. Akron, Ohio: The Saalfield Pub. Co., 1900. Later ed. 8vo, orig. pictorial brick red cloth; light edge wear. Generally clean. * The Archipelago on Fire. N.Y: George Munro’s, [c1900] Crescent Edition. 8vo, orig. brown cloth; extremities rubbed. Internally toned. * Captain Antifer. N.Y: R.F. Fenno & Co., (1895). 1st Amer. ed. 8vo, pictorial green cloth; corners bumped, light edge wear. Former owner’s name on front free endpaper. Myers 6. * Caesar Cascabel. N.Y: Cassell Publ. Co., May 26, 1892. 8vo, orig. pictorial self wrappers; light wear and some staining. Part of Cassell’s Sunshine Series. Illus. * Into the Niger Bend. Conn.: Associated Booksellers, (1960). 1st English ed. 8vo, orig. black cloth, d/j (minor wear). * The City in the Sahara. Conn.: Associated Booksellers, (1960). 1st English ed. 8vo, orig. black cloth, d/j (minor wear). $400-600 268 122385/2 4 vols. Verne, Jules: Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea(s). Boston: Geo. M. Smith & Co., 1873. 2nd Amer. ed., later state - without ‘The End’ on p303. 8vo, gilt pictorial green cloth; spine head and foot lightly frayed, corners rubbed. With creasing to endpapers. Some scattered spotting. Myers 56 [referring to the above as “First American edition.”] * Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, [c1877] edition of the preceding. 8vo, orig. pictorial brick red cloth; light edge wear. * London: Ward, Lock & Co., [c1879] edition of the preceding. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered brick red cloth; corners bumped, light edge wear. With color litho frontis. * Youth’ Library Edition of the preceding. L: Ward, Lock & Tyler, [c1876]. Sm. 8vo, orig. pictorial litho cover; scuffed and with surface loos, mostly on spine. Adverstisment endpapers. $600-800 See color illustration on page 67

269 122385/1 1 vol. Verne, Jules. A Journey to the Centre of the Earth. New York: Scribner, Armstrong & Co., [1874]. 1st Amer. ed., 2nd ptg. 8vo, orig. pictorial terra cotta cloth; spine discolored, spine foot and head with restoration, new bands. Orig. endpapers. With 52 illus. by Edouard Riou. 413pp & 6pp ads. “Scribner, Armstrong & Co.” at foot of spine, rather than the later “Scribners”. Very minor scattered spotting to front matter and light toning to page edges. Myers 35. $500-800 See color illustration on page 67 270 131120/7 1 vol. Verne, Jules. A Journey to the Center of the Earth. Boston: Henry L. Shepard, [1874]. 12mo, orig. gilt-pictorial terra-cotta cloth; moderate wear. With 15 plates. Scattered spotting. Likely a pirated ed., issued the same year as the firt American ed. Myers 35. $100-150 271 122385/8 1 vol. Verne, Jules. The Castle of the Carpathians. N.Y: The Merriam Co., [1894]. 1st Amer. ed. 4to, orig. pictorial green cloth; corners bumped, edge wear to foot and head of spine. Illus. Myers 8. $300-500 272 122385/11 2 vols. Verne, Jules. Their Island Home. N.Y: G. Howard Watt, 1924. 1st Amer. ed. 8vo, orig. maroon pictorial cloth, pasted image, dj (tear and loss to top front panel, affecting ‘TH’ in Their, dust soiling.) Internally generally clean. Myers 50. * 20 Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. N.Y: Grosset & Dunlap, [c1917]. Photoplay ed. With d/j (light creasing and wear.) Internally generally clean. $250-350 273 122385/12 1 vol. Verne, Jules. The Adventures of a Chinaman. New York: Lee and Shepard Pub., 1889. Presumed 1st ed. 8vo, gilt green pictorial cloth; wear to edges, light scuffing. Plates. Some spotting to endpapers. Not recorded by Myers. $400-600 274 122385/13 1 vol. Verne, Jules, preface by; Cromie, Robert. A Plunge into Space. London & New York: Frederick Warne and Co., (1891). “Second Edition”. 8vo, orig. pictorial blue cloth; corners bumped, light wear. Former owner’s inscription on front free endpaper. Essentially the first edition thus. $200-300


275 122489/98 * 1 vol. Kipling, Rudyard. Kim. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1901. 1st ed., 1st issue. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered pictorial green cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; light edge wear, some scuffing to front joint. With 10 plates. Complete with 1/2 title & blanks. Slip signed by Rudyard Kipling tipped in before 1/2 title. Bright, attractive copy. Livingston 55. $300-500 276 122489/97 * 3 vols. Kipling, Rudyard: Departmental Ditties, Barrack-Room Ballads, and Other Verses. N.Y: U.S. Book Co., [1890]. 1st Amer. ed., 1st issue. 12mo, orig. gilt-lettered burgundy cloth, t.e.g.; light edge wear, spine ends slightly frayed. Complete with 1/2 title & 2 terminal blanks. With ‘Lovel’ at foot of spine. Attractive copy. Livington 55 preceded only by Lahore, 1886 ed. * Kim. N.Y: Doubleday, Page, 1901. 1st ed., 1st issue. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered pictorial green cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. With 10 plates. Minor small dampstains at fore-edge of title-page. Complete with 1/2 title & blank. Attractive copy. L 248. * The 1st English ed. of the preceding, London: Macmillan, 1901. 8vo, orig. red cloth, gilt, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; moderate edge wear, scuffed. With 10 plates, adv. + leaf, 1/2 title, blank leaf, moderate foxing to title, endpapers, front & back matter. L 250. $400-600 277 122115/13 1 vol. (Nicholson, William, illus.) (Kipling, Rudyard.) Almanac of Twelve Sports. New York: R.H. Russell, 1899. 2nd impression. 4to, orig. pictorial bds; worn & darkened, edges rubbed. Lacking front free endpaper, title page browned & occasionally blistered. With 12 color full-page illus. Plates & text clean. 1p adverts. $200-300 278 122550/3 Lot. (Cruikshank, George, attributed to.) Lottery Puffs [advertisements.] (London): for J. & J. Silverwright, [1819/20]. 20 loose sheets, approx. 5 3/8 inches; 136 x 97mm, letter press & wood engraving, a few with small cellotape repairs on verso. In custom cloth case & chemise. $800-1,200 279 122364/4 15 vols. Dickens, Charles. Works. Boston: Dana Estes Co., [c1900]. Illustrated Sterling Edition. 8vo, 3/4 scarlet morocco & marbled bds, raised spine bands, gilt-lettered, t.e.g.; minor wear. $500-800

280 121600/134 6 vols. (Cruikshank, George, illus.): (Dickens, Charles, editor.) Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. London: Richard Bentley, 1838. 1st ed., 1st issue. 8vo, later 19th-cent. full scarlet morocco, gilt, a.e.g., gilt, red morocco doublures; occasionally slightly scuffed, spine ends & joints occasionally rubbed. With portrait + 12 plates by Cruikshank. Scattered minor spotting. Moderate spotting to front matter. With 12 titles, lacking adverts.(Dickens, Charles, editor.) Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. London: Richard Bentley, 1838. 1st ed., 1st issue. 2 vols. 8vo, contemp. 1/2 purple cloth & marbled bds, spines gilt; extremities just rubbed. Portrait + 12 plates by Cruikshank. Moderate foxing. Lacking 1/2 titles & adverts. Cohn 237. * Mayhew, The Brothers, editors. Whom to Marry. London: David Bogue, [1848]. 1st ed in book form. 8vo, later 19th-cent. full crushed green morocco, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, inner Cohn 545. * (Smedley, Frank E.) Frank Fairlegh. London: A. Hull, Virtue, [1850 or slightly later.] 8vo, late 19th-cent. richly gilt full crushed green levant morocco, spine gilt, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, turn ins gilt, raised bands; edges occasionally scuffed, spine fading to brown, by Sangorski & Sutcliffe.With 30 plates by Cruikshank. Internally generally clean. Early book form ed. Cohn 754. * Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Uncle Tom’s Cabin. London: John Cassekk, 1852. 8vo, later 19th-cent. gilt paneled full tan calf, spine richly gilt, t.e.g., other edges rough trimmed, inner dentelles gilt; spine darkened, joints rubbed & stressed, orig. brown cloth covers & spine bound in, by Riviere & Son. With frontis portrait, title vignette, & 27 wood engraved plates by Cruikshank. Minor offsetting, light foxing to verso of frontis. 1st Cruikshank book form ed., and among the earliest English Uncle Tom’s. Cohn 777. $250-400 281 122489/20 * 3 vols. Dickens, Charles: The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. London: Chapman and Hall, 1844. 1st ed. in book form, 1st issue. 8vo, 19th c. 1/2 straight grained red morocco & marbled bds, gilt; extremities scuffed. With 40 plates, incl. frontis & vignette title by “Phiz”. Some foxing to front matter, darkening to plate edges. * Bleak House. L: Bradley & Evans, 1853. 1st ed. in book form, 1st issue. 8vo, 20th c 3/4 crushed maroon morocco & marbled bds, gilt; minor wear. With 40 plates, incl. frontis & vignette title by H.K. Browne [“Phiz”]. Light to moderate foxing to plates. * Barnaby Rudge. L: Chapman and Hall, 1841. 1st ed. thus. Tall 8vo, 19th c maroon morocco & red cloth, gilt; corners rubbed, joints occasionally rubbed. Wood engraved illus. by George Cattermole and H.K. Browne. Internally crisp & clean. $500-800 43

282 122489/179 * 4 vols. Mystery & Detective Fiction - 19th C. Imprints: Doyle, A. Conan. Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Harper, 1894. 1st Amer. ed. 12mo, orig. gilt-lettered slate cloth, top edge stained grey-brown, other edges rough trimmed; scuffed, spine & edges darkened, slightly cocked. With 24 plates. De Waal 597. * _ _ The Sign of Four. Phila: J.B. Lippincott, 1894. 12mo, orig. burgundy stamped green cloth; light to moderate edge wear. Hinges cracked. Frontis. Not recorded by De Waal - recording 1st U.S. as Lippincott, 1893, with pagination as above. * _ _ Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. N.Y: Harper, (1892) [but c1894-95]. 12mo, orig. gilt-lettered slate cloth; light to moderate edge wear, spine & edges darkened, slightly cocked. With 16 plates. 4pp pub. cat. at back. See De Waal 521. * Green, Anna Katherine. A Matter of Millions. N.Y: Robert Bonner’s, 1890. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. gilt-lettered brown cloth; light edge wear, front hinge stressed. Illus. 12pp pub. cat. at back. Slightly toned. $250-400 283 122416/11 1 vol. Doyle, A. Conan. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: G. Newnes, 1902. 1st ed. in book form, 1st issue. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered & decorated, gilt & black pictorial stamped red cloth; occasionally slightly scuffed, light edge wear, spine ends very slightly frayed. With 16 plates. Minor spotting to endpapers. Bookplates on front endpapers. In custom fall-down cloth box. DeWaal 87; [Green & Gibson 26.] $400-700 284 121600/35 1 vol. Doyle, A. Conan. The Return of Sherlock Holmes. London: George Newnes, 1905. 1st English ed. 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered blue cloth, top edge stained grey, other edges rough cut; corners slightly bumped, occasionally a little scuffed. Illus by Sidney Paget, 16 plates (incl. frontis). The plate following p244 has also been inserted following p180, the plate called for after p186 has not been inserted 4pp. Adverts at back. Endpapers slightly discolored. Internally generally clean. Attractive copy in 1/2 gilt-lettered custom morocco case with chemise. Green & Gibson A29a. $400-600 285 122416/13 1 vol. Doyle, A. Conan. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. London: George Newnes, 1894. 1st ed. in book form. Tall 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered, black stamped pictorial blue cloth, a.e.g.; slightly scuffed, corners bumped, moderate wear to joints & edges, spine ends slightly frayed, just starting to chip, a little cocked. Illus. by Sidney Paget. Light foxing throughout. Green & Gibson 14a. $500-800

286 122550/1 1 vol. Housman, A.E. A Shropshire Lad. New York: John Lane, 1897. 1st ed., 1st issue. Sm. 8vo, orig. 1/4 paper vellum & bds, paper spine label; border of bds discolored, edges rubbed, some chipping to label affecting capitol “H” in “Housman”. Untrimmed, internally clean. In custom cloth case & chemise. 1 of 150 for America of 500 1st ed. copies. Carter, 2. $400-600 287 122530/2 4 vols. Rousseau, J.J. La Nouvelle Heloise ou Lettres. Paris: Duchesne, 1764. 8vo, contemp. gilt-decorated mottled calf, red & green morocco spine labels; corners bumped, hinges repaired, other edge wear. Engraved plates. With light discoloration to page edges & 19th century watercolor embellishments on front free endpapers. Armorial bookplates on front paste-downs. $500-800 288 122530/1 4 vols. Rousseau, Jean Jacques. Emile, ou de L’Education. The Hague [but Paris]: Jean Neaulme, 1762. 8vo, gilt-decorated contemp. tree calf, gilt lettered spine with red morocco labels; light edge wear. With 5 plates. Former owner’s bookplate on front paste down and endpaper. Very light toning to page edges. [Brunet IV, 1426.] $500-800 289 128020/7 2 vols. Flaubert, Gustave. Madame Bovary. Paris: Michel.. Levy Freres, 1857. “Deuxieme Edition”. 12mo, 3/4 purple morocco & marbled bds; scuffed, orig. printed green wrappers preserved. Original wrappers slightly dusty, with minor small tears at edges. Scattered light foxing. Complete with 1/2 titles & dedictation. Dumenil & Demorest in Bibliographie de Gustave Flaubert, 1937, style the above as a “pseudo-deuxieme edition” & identify it as a later issue of the 1st ed; the true 2nd ed. was issued in 1862. $500-800


EARLY LITERATURE, INCLUDING THE LIBRARY OF RONALD CURRY Lots 290-315A Books from the collection of Ronald Curry are noted by a * 290 122489/80 * 2 vols. Browning, Robert: Sordello. L: Edward Moxon, 1840. 1st ed., 1st issue. Sm. 8vo, orig. bds, paper spine label. (2), (1)-15(1) adverts at back. Rebacked, orig. spine & label laid down, some chipping to spine label. Lacking 1/2 title. Untrimmed. In custom 1/2 morocco case & chemise. Broughton A14.* Dramatis Personae. L: Chapman and Hall, 1864. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. red pebbled cloth, gilt-lettered spine; some edge wear, spine ends frayed, spine sunned. Hinges stressed. 2pp adverts. B A69. $250-400 291 122489/78 * 3 vols. Browning, Robert: Bells and Pomegranates. No(s) I-VIII. L: Edward Moxon, 1841-1846. 1st ed. of the orig. 8 prts in 1 vol. Tall 8vo, later 19th century full crushed brown levant morocco, gilt, richly gilt floral spine compartments, turn ins gilt, a.e.g; joints & corners slightly scuffed, by Riviere. With orig. wrappers of part V bound in, 1/2 title in part 2 present (all called for.) Bookplates of Walter Wallace & Gordon Abbott on front endpapers. Internally clean. Cut autograph signature, dated, London June 16, ‘64, of Robert Browning laid in. Haywood 253. * Men and Women. L: Chapman and Hall, 1855. 1st ed. 2 vols, 8vo, early 20th century full brown straight grained morocco gilt, inner dentelles gilt, t.e.g., gilt-paneled spine ends & corners slightly scuffed, a few unobtrusive smudges to covers by Zaehnsdorf. Without advert leaf. Broughton A59. $300-500 292 122489/196 * 1 vol. Hallam, Arthur Henry. Remains in Verse and Prose. (London): W. Nichol, 1834. 1st ed. Privately printed. 8vo, contemp. (or slightly later) full dark brown morocco, gilt-lettered spine, a..e.g., inner dentelles gilt; scuffed minor staining at top gutters of backmatter but internally generally clean. Complete, good margins. $300-500

293 122489/85 * 2 vols. Tennyson, Alfred, Lord. Poems, Chiefly Lyrical. London: Effingham Wilson, 1830. 1st ed., 1st issue. 12mo, orig. drab bds, paper spine label; some edge wear, a few small areas of paper loss to spine, left half of paper label chipped away. 2pp adverts at back. Errata leaf. Untrimmed. Scattered light foxing, old ink annotations & Pickering bookseller’s ticket on front paste down. With page 91 misnumbered “19”, “carcanet” spelled correctly on p72. In custom fall-down cloth box. Wise 6. Tennyson’s 1st separate regularly pub. book. * Poems. London: Edward Moxon, 1833. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig.? drab bds; worn, bottom 1/2 of spine chipped away, front cover detached, without paper spine label. Complete with 1/2 title. 1/2 title dustsmudged, light foxing & minor internal smudging. Untrimmed. Wise 7. $1,000-1,500 294 122489/183 * 1 vol. (Holmes, Oliver Wendell) The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, 1858. 1st ed., 1st ptg. 12mo, orig. blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine, light edge wear, spine ends slightly frayed, joints slightly scuffed. With vignette title + 8 plates, complete in 1/2 title, blank, fly leaves, period in inprint. Tight, bright copy in custom 1/2 morocco fall-down box. BAL 8781- bdg A. $300-500 295 128092/3 1 vol. [Poetry.][Berquin, Arnaud.] Idylle. [Paris, n.d., c1775]. Tall 4to, later gilt-decorated morocco; corners bumped, some edge wear. With engraved vignette by Marillier. 8pp. C.L. Edwards, 71. $200-300 296 121678/47 8 vols. Fine Bindings: Cowper, William. Poems. London: W.H. Reid, 1820. 2 vols. 8vo, foliate gilt decorated green morocco, raised spine bands, gilt floral compartments, a.e.g.; spines a little faded, light edge wear. Illus. Some internal dampstaining and spotting. * Sterne, Laurence. The Works. London: Sharpe and Son, 1819. 4 vols. 8vo, contemp. giltdecorated calf, red and black spine labels; hinges repaired, wear to surfaces. Replaced endpapers. Scattered spotting. * Junius. Letters. London: T. Bensley, 1801. 2 vols. 3/4 brown morocco & marbled bds; raised spine bands, gilt compartments; minor wear. Some light to moderate spotting. $300-500 45

297 122489/210 * 1 vol. Keats, John. Lamia, Isabella, the Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems. London: for Taylor and Hessey, 1820. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. bds, paper spine label, uncut; front joint starting to crack, label scuffed, some minor chipping. Complete with 1/2 title & 4 adverts leaves at back. In custom morocco solander case. Palmer p282-283; Sterling 523, Haywood 233. $6,000-10,000

298 122489/208 * 1 vol. Coleridge, S.T. Christabel: Kubla Kahn, A Vision, The Pains of Sleep. London: for John Murray by William Blumer, 1816. 1st ed., 2nd issue. 8vo, contemp. or slightly later 3/4 red straight grained morocco & marbled bds, spine gilt, joints, corners & spine ends often rubbed. Complete with 1/2 titles, 8pp pub. cat. dated March 1816 at back, clean & uncut in custom cloth case & chemise. John Drinkwater’s copy with his embossed, gilt white morocco bookplate. Signed & dated “1920” by John Drinkwater on binder’s blank. Palmer p131-132; [Haywood 207; Sterling 188.] $2,500-4,000



299 122489/282 * 1 vol. Keats, John. Endymion: A Romance. London: for Taylor and Hessey, 1818. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. bds, paper spine label; slightly scuffed, occasional moderate edge wear, joint occasionally rubbed, minor wear to edges of label. Untrimmed. Scattered light foxing. With the one line erratum and the five line errata, 4pp pub. adverts, dated “May 1, 1818� at back. In custom cloth fall-down box. Palmer p283; [Hayward 232; Sterling 522.] $3,000-5,000 300 122489/214 * 1 vol. Coleridge, S(amuel) T(aylor). Sibylline Leaves. London: R. Fenner, 1817. 1st ed. 8vo, 19th-century 1/2 brown morocco & bds, gilt lettered spine; occasionally scuffed, spine ends rubbed. With all 1/2 title, errata; without table of contents & adverts. Scattered light foxing. Tall copy. Palmer p132. $300-500

301 122489/207 * 3 vols. English 18th C. Imprints - Poetry & Drama: (Pope, Alexander.) The Dunciad, Variorum. With teh Prollgoemna of Scribleurs. L: A. Dod, 1729. 1st complete ed. of the 1st 3 books. 4to, contemp. calf; heavily scuffed, occasionally blistered & worn. Engraved title. Minor smudging to title, but tall crisp copy. Griffith 211. * Suckling, John. The Works of...containing his Poems, Letters and Plays. L: J. Tonson, 1709. 1st ed. thus. 8vo, late 19th-century paneled, light brown morocco inlaid speckled calf, gilt, spine richly gilt, a.e.g., morocco spine label; joints & corners a little scuffed. Frontis port. Light to occasionally moderate foxing. Trimmed. * (Mallet, David.) Elvira: A Tragedy. L: A Miller, 1763. 1st ed. 8vo, early 20th century black calf & bds; rubbed, covers detaching. Good margins, slightly toned. $300-500 47

302 122489/212 * 2 vols. Wordsworth, William; (Coleridge, Samuel Taylor.) Lyrical Ballards. London: for T.N. Longman by Briggs, 1800. 1st complete ed., 2nd ed. of vol. 1, 1st ed., 1st issue of vol. 2. Sm. 8vo, early 20th-century giltpaneled & floral green morocco, spines gilt, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, spine & edges fading to brown, edges & extremities often scuffed. Lacking blank leaf (c8) after preface in vol. 1, with errata in vol. 2. Internally clean. Palmer p576-577. $1,500-2,500 303 122489/213 * 2 vols. Wordsworth, William. Poems. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1807. 1st ed. 12mo, orig. bds; rebacked, scuffed, uncut. Complete with Erratum & Contents leaves & blanks. Scattered light foxing. With 25pp adverts, dated August I, 1807. In custom cloth case & chemise. Palmer p577-578. $2,000-3,000 304 122489/82 * 4 vols. Burns, Robert. The Works. London, 1801. “The Second Edition.” 8vo, later 19th-century full gilt-paneled tan calf, blind & gilt spine compartments, maroon & orange morocco spine labels; occasionally scuffed. Frontis port. Scattered light foxing. $200-300


305 122489/83 * 1 vol. Burns, Robert. Poems Chiefly in Scottish Dialect. Edinburgh: for the author, sold by William Creech, 1787. 2nd ed., 1st issue, 1st Edinburgh ed. 8vo, old calf; worn & rubbed, rebacked old ms annotations on verso of 1/2 title & title, other old scattered ink annotations, several ms & printed small paper sheets mounted - on title page & other leaves. With “skinking” on p263. Sold with all faults. Lacking port. Palmer, p78. $300-500 306 122489/198 * 4 vols. Cowper, William: Poems. L: J. Johnson, 1782-85. 1st ed. 2 vols. 8vo, 19th c. gilt-paneled polished tand calf, richly gilt spine compartments, inner dentelles gilt, a.e.g., green morocco spine labels; slightly scuffed, joints just rubbed. Internally crisp & clean, slightly trimmed. With the preface, 1/2 title, errata, contents leaf, but E6 & I6 uncancelled. Armorial bookplates. Washed. Palmer p133-134.* Poems. L: J. Johnson, 1800. 2 vols., contemp. richly gilt dark blue straight grained morocco, a.e.g; joints & corners rubbed. With 10 engraved plates with gold borders. Minor dampstaining to bottom gutters in vol. 1. Internally generally clean, tall copy. $400-600 303



307 122489/202 * 1 vol. Gray, Thomas. Poems. London: J. Donsley, 1768. 1st Collected London ed. 8vo, contemp. calf, rebacked, orig. spine laid down, orig. red morocco spine label; scuffed. Hinges reinforced. 1st 2 signatires spring. Complete with 1/2 title. Internally crisp & clean. Book plate of William Harris Arnold. In custom cloth fall-down box. Rothchild 1071. $300-500

308 122489/215 * 1 vol. Marvell, Andrew. Miscellaneous Poems. London: for Robert Boulter, 1681. 1st ed. Folio, early 18th-century sheep-backed marbled bds, red morocco spine label; scuffed, occasionally lightly blistered. Frontis port. (cut close & laid-down). Title-page slightly toned, scattered light foxing, a few minor ink stains & a few minor expert internal repairs. Attractive, tall copy - leaf size 11 1/2 x 7 5/8 inches; 292 x 147mm. Lacking as usual, the 16 leaves of 3 poems on Cromwell, also lacking front blank. Wing M-872; Pforzheimer 671. $5,000-8,000 49

309 122489/205 * 1 vol. (Webster, John.) The Dutchess of Malfey, A Tragedy. London: D.N. and T.C. [for] Simon Neale, 1678. 3rd ed. Sm. 4to, modern brown morocco & cloth, gilt-lettered spine toned; scattered spotting, a few ink spots to text, trimmed - many heads shaved close touching running heads at D2 & D3, losses to running heads at E2, G1 & G4, I1, I4, chip at upper gutter corner of K1 - loss of folio “66” & foor of L4 - just touching letters of last line. Wing W1225; Greg 2; 389C. $1,000-1,500 310 122489/209 * 1 vol. Milton, John. Paradise Lost. A Poem in Ten Books. London: S. Simmons...sold by T. Helder, 1669. 1st ed., 5th title page. 4to, late 19th century full dark blue-green straight-grained morocco, gilt extra, a.e.g; minor wear. Trimmed - no loss to ptg, washed - minor scattered spotting. Without the front blank and note to the reader. Wing 2142; Pforzheimer 718 (5th title - Lowndes 7th title, variant III.) $5,000-8,000 311 122489/204 * 1 vol. Ford, John. The Chronicle Historie of Perkin Warbeck. London: Hugh Beeston, 1634. 1st ed. Sm. 4to, modern blue morocco backed cloth, gilt-lettered spine. 41 unumbered leaves. Repairs to top gutter of leaves a1-a3 - small loss to ornaments at head of a3, heads shaved close - just touching running heads (with small losses) at c1, c4, d1, g1 & i1. Leaf size 180 x 130mm, toned but crisp. STC 11157; Greg 2; 491. $1,200-1,800 310 312 122489/203 * 1 vol. Carew, Thomas. Poems. London: J.D. for Thomas Walkley, 1640. 1st ed., 2nd issue. Sm. 8vo, contemp. calf; worn & rubbed, joints separating, front cover loose. Title-page remargined - orig. ptg complete & intact, ink spot & scrawl on t-p, top fore-edge corners of 2 front blanks torn away, wounds in blank fore-edge margins of leaves C4 & H2, thin old ms ink cross out on face of Errata, a few scattered small ink stains in beginning of text. With G7 cancelled & 7 line errata. In custom fall-down cloth box. STC 4620; Hayward 76; Pforzheime p127-128. $500-800

313 122489/281 * 1 vol. (Fletcher, Giles, the Younger.) Christ’s Victory and Triumph, in Heaven and Earth, Over and after Death. In Four Divine Poems. Cambridge: Roger Daniel, for Richard Royston, 1640. Sm. 4to, 19th century red morocco; soiled & affected by Mildew. With 7 engraved plate. Internally generally clean. Trimmed - no loss of ptg. STC 11061; Fourth & “Best” [Lowndes] ed. $300-500


314 122489/211 * 1 vol. (D)onne, (J)ohn. Poems with Elegies on the Author’s Death. London: M.F. for John Marriot, 1633. 1st ed. 4to, modern full gilt paneled crushed scarlet niger morocco, richly gilt spine compartments, a.e.g., inner dentelles gilt; light wear, top of joints rubbed. Lacking “The Printer to the Understanders” leaf, terminal blank present. Trimmed - no loss of ptg, washed, clean & attractive. Lacking front blank. STC 7045; Keynes 78. $8,000-12,000 51


315 122489/206 * 3 vols. English 17th C. Literature & Philosophy: (Bacon, Francis.) The Essayes or Counsels Civill and Morall,... L: John Haviland, 1629. 3rd ed. 4to, contemp. limp vellum; moderately worn & soiled. front matter darkened, foot of title page chipped - loss of a few letters in imprint, lacking front & back blank & the 4pp “of the colours of Good and Evil”, at back, variant with p80 misnumbered “08” & p324 misnumbered “243.” STC 1150; Gibson 16. * Drummond, William. Poems. L: W.H., 1656. 1st ed. 8vo, 18th. C. calf, spine gilt, morocco spine labels; scuffed. Moderate internal spotting & foxing, trimmedoften shaved close, t-p restored. Port. present. Armorial bookplate of Drummond of Hawthorne. Wing 2201. * Suckling, John. The Works. L: H.H. for R. Bentley, J. Tonson, T. Bennet, F. Saunders, 1696. 1st ed. 8vo, contemp. paneled calf; rubbed & blistered, rebacked. Lacking port. A few leaves repaired, moderate foxing & spotting. Wing S-6120. $400-700

315A 131158/1 1 vol. Sandys, George. A Paraphrase Upon the Divine Poems. London: (John Legatt), 1638 (1637 on colophon). Folio, contemp. (or near contemp.) richly gilt black morocco, a.e.g.; corners rubbed, hinges re-enforced. Old repairs to gutters of title page & leaf x2. Very minor scattered spotting. Issue with dedication to Charles I on verso of title page. Without leaf 3A1 - divisional title for A. Paraphrase upon the Laminations of Jeremiah. Musical notations. Tall copy with old shoulder notes & annotations on colophon. Book plate of the English Classical Scholar Thomas Gaisford on paste-down. STC 21725. $800-1,200

More lots of literary first edition from the library of Ronald Curry will be sold on April 5th, starting at lot 875 and can be viewed online at or in-house during exhibition. Even more literary firsts from this collection will be offered in our July shelf sale.



EARLY ENGLISH IMPRINTS Lots 316-321 316 122519/1 1 vol. Donne, John. LXXX Sermons. London: For Richard Boyston and Richard Marriot, 1640. 1st ed., 1st state of the port. Folio, 18th century calf, rebacked, with new endpapers in 19th century; worn & rubbed. With additional engraved title with portrait inset, in 2nd state. Engraved title repaired & mounted to 19th century paper sheet upper left corner of engraved title gone - no loss to image. Lacking initial & terminal blanks. Eng. & ptd title & dedication sprung, last leaf of dedication loose. Ex-library copy - ink stamps on free endpapers, last dedication page & last page of title. Henry Edward Cardinal Manning’s copy - signed by him on front free endpaper recto & with 3pp autograph letter signed mounted to paste-down. STC 7038; Keynes 29. $1,000-1,500 317 131012/2 1 vol. (Dalkington, Robert.) Alphorisms, Civil and Militairie. London: M. Flesher for Robert Allot, 1629. 2nd ed. 2 parts in 1 vol. Folio, contemp. paneled calf; rubbed & worn. Lacking front & terminal blanks, leaves A1 & E4 with minor creasing to title, edges a little dusty, a few minor stains. Without back free endpaper, minor internal spotting. 18th century owner’s ink signature at head of title. STC 6198. $300-500

318 122471/4 1 vol. Locke, John. An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding. London: Printed for Awnsham and John Churchil..., 1694. “The Second Edition, with large Additions.” Folio, contemp. mottled calf, spine label; scuffed, with wear to extremities. Frontis engraved portrait. Former owner’s bookplate on front paste down, and pen name on head of title page. Some creasing to pages. Pages possibly trimmed. In custom box. [p397] misnumbered as ‘997’. Wing L-2740; See Garrison-Morton 4967. $2,000-3,000 319 121088/38 1 vol. Ovid. Epistles. London: Jacob Tonson at the sign of the Judges Head, 1681. 2nd ed. of this translation. Preface by John Dryden. 8vo, later 1/2 calf & marbled bds; edges scuffed, hinges split and repaired. Frontis crudely attached to title page. Title page with old owner’s marks and small puncture near edge. Scattered dust smudging and soiling. Wing - 360. $200-300 53

320 121088/47 1 vol. Morton, Thomas. A Catholike Appeal for Protestants... London: George Bishop for Joh. Norton, 1610. Folio, bdg. lacking. Trimmed - a few heads shaved close. Some staining & darkening at edges, other occasional dampstaining. Last leaf repaired - no loss of text, lacking front blank. Old owner’s signatures. STC 18177. $200-300 321 BRISK2012/85 1 vol. Howell, James. Instructions and Directions for Forren Travell. London: Humphrey Moseley, 1650. 2nd ed. Tall 12mo, later 1/2 calf & marbled bds; front bd detached, extremities rubbed. With pub. cat at rear. Lacking front and rear free endpapers. Lacking leaves A1 & A2, frontis and portrait. Sold with all faults. Wing H-3081. $250-400

TRAVEL & EXPLORATION Lots 322-329 322 131012/3 2 vols. Dampier, William. A New Voyage Round the World [With]: Voyages and Descriptions. London: James Knapton, 1697; 1699. 8vo, contemp. paneled calf; rubbed & worn. Covers detached; bdgs broken. With 9 maps. 5 maps (4 fold) in 1st vol, 4 fold maps in 2nd. World map in 1st vol. loose. Dampstaining at bottom of text leaves & maps in vol. 1. 2nd vol. with index for both vols. 2nd ed. of 1st vol., 1st ed. of 2nd. Wing D-162; Sabin 18374. $500-800

323 122519/49 1 vol. [Russian and Chinese Travel.] Oppenbusch, Michael van. Religie Der Muscoviters. Oud-tijds en Hedensdaeghs. Thiel: Jan van Leeuwen, 1698. 8vo, contemp. vellum; worn. With engraved frontispiece & 8 plates and plans by Bernard Picart (some fold.) Library stamps on verso of title-page. Some light discoloration and dust-soiling. Early ink inscriptions on front free endpaper.[Bound with]: Brand, Adam. Seer Aenmercklijcke Land-en Water-Reys, ....uyt Muscouw na China. Tiel: Jan van Leeuwen, 1699. [Bound with]: Nieuwstad, N. ReisBeschryvinge Van Polen na Muscovien,... Tiel: Jan Van Leeuwen, 1699. pp65-128 bound twice. [BMC 18; Cordier, Sinica 2469.] $3,000-5,000



324 121688/2 2 vols. Stedman, J.G, Captain. Narrative, of a Five Years’ Expedition, against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam, in Guiana, on the Wild Coast of South America; from the year 1772, to 1777. London: J. Johnson, 1796. 1st ed. 4to, contemporary gilt ruled calf, gilt-lettered spines; extremities rubbed, surface scuffed, hinges reinforced. With frontis, list of subscribers, 80 maps and plates, some engraved by William Blake; one plate repaired. Minor to moderate scattered foxing, small wormhole lower corner to rear of book. Armorial bookplate of William Feilden on front pastedowns. [Bentley 499b.] $2,000-3,000 325 131012/16 1 vol. Francklin, William. Observations Made on a Tour from Bengal to Persia.... London: T. Cadell, 1790. 8vo, later 3/4 calf & marbled bds; hinges split, edges worn. Endpapers replaced. Scattered light to moderate dust soiling and spotting to front and rear matter. Ghani, p. 138 $300-500

326 122054/4 2 vols. Milano E. Il Suo Territorio. Milan, 1844. 4to, orig. printed bds; some edge wear, occasionally scuffed. Fold map (small close tears - no paper loss), 14 aquatint plates (views). Scattered light to occasionally moderate foxing. $200-300 327 122397/11 2 vols. Travel & Exploration: Hall, Captain Basil. Account of a Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Corea and the Great Loo-Choo Island. Phila: Abraham Small, 1818. 8vo, contemp. 1/2 calf & marbled bds; worn and scuffed. With 2 maps. Dampstaining and discoloration. Abbey Travel, 558. * Reynolds, J.N. Voyage of the United States Frigate Potomac. N.Y: Harper & Brothers, 1835. 1st ed. 8vo, modern 3/4 calf & marbled bds. With frontis fold plate & 8 (of 10) plates. Scattered wear, repairs - some plates with closed tears. Occasional scattered spotting. Sabin 70434 $300-500 55

328 131012/15 1 vol. Stanley, Henry Morton. How I Found Livingstone. London: Sampson, Low..., 1872. “Second Edition” but really 1st ed., 2nd issue. 8vo, orig. pictorial terracotta cloth; very light wear to edges and head and foot of spine, else bright. With mtd albumen port frontis & 5 maps (4 fold), plates & in-text illus. Some spotting to front matter. Text generally clean. BMC, Vol 24, p. 80 (581) $1,500-2,500 329 122345/2 2 vols. Roosevelt, Theodore. African Game Trails. New York: Charles Scribner’s, 1910. #183/500 signed by Theodore Roosevelt. 8vo, orig. 1/2 pigskin & bds; corners bumped, wear and loss to foot of spine of vol. 1. Inner joint loose in vol 1. Former owner’s inscription on front free endpaper. With 50 plates. Internally generally clean. $1,200-1,800

MILITARY SUBJECTS & HISTORY Lots 330-337 330 121088/45 1 vol. (Military History.) The Succesion of Colonels to All His Majesties Land Forces from Their Rise to 1742. London: for J. Millan, 1742. Folio, modern tan leather & cloth. Engraved title + 14 engraved doublepage folio table, occasional chipping at gutters, slightly toned. Each of the 28 engraved leaves numbered in modern red ink in upper fore edge marin. Blind library stamp at upper margin of title. Internally generally clean. $300-500 331 122133/103A 25 vols. [Colonial India]: Hunter, W.W. The Imperial Gazetteer of India. London: Trubner & Co., 1885. “Second Edition”. 14 vols. 8vo, contemp. 1/2 green morocco & cloth; worn, heads of spine fraying. With 14 fold maps. Internally, generally clean. * Aitchison, C.U., compiled by. A Collection of Treaties , Engagements and Sanads. Calcutta: Superintendant Government Printing, 1909. 11 vols. 8vo, 3/4 calf and bds; hinges splitting, edge wear. With 18 fold maps, in pockets. Internally generally clean. Former bookseller’s ink stamp to front title page. The Estate of Paul and Miriam Grimes, New York, New York and Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. $800-1,200

332 121088/48 1 vol. Wagner, Arthur L.; Kelley, J.D. Jerrold. The United States Army and Navy. Akron, etc: Werner, 1899. Oblong folio, orig. cloth; worn & blistered. With 43 chromolitho. plates. Dampstaining at upper blank margins of last few pages. Darkening & minor chipping to foreedges of title-page front matter & a few plates. $250-400 333 122471/2 5 vols. Lacroix, Paul; Sere, Ferdinand. Le Moyen Age et La Renaissance. Paris, 1858. 4to, scarlet gilt-ruled morocco, raised spine bands, gilt compartments; corners bumped, light edge wear. With chromo. litho. title, plates & other illus. $250-400 334 122410/1 3 vols. MacGoghegan, (James.) Histoire de L’Irlande, Ancienne et Moderne. Paris, 1758, 1762; Amsterdam, 1763. 4to, contemp. mottled calf, edges stained red; rubbed, blistered & worn. With 6 fold maps, 1 with outline color. A few small close tears to maps. Some soiling to title page & front matter. $250-400 335 131012/12 1 vol. Lozano, Pedro. A True and Particular Relation of the Dreadful Lima. London: T. Osbourne, 1748. 2nd ed. 8vo, contemp. calf; hinges beginning to split, edges worn. Complete with 3 folding maps & 6 folding plates. Light toning and occasional offsetting. Sabin 42592 $300-500 336 122519/276 1 vol. Mason, William Monck. The History and Antiquities of the Collegiate and Cathedral Church of St. Patrick, near Dublin. Dublin: printed for the author, 1820. 4to, 3/4 morocco & pebbled bds; extremities worn. With frontis & 6 engraved plates. Scattered light to moderate foxing, some offsetting. $300-500 337 131012/9 1 vol. [English History & Architecture.] The History of London Bridge. London: M. Cooper at the Globe, 1758. 8vo, later marbled bds; rebacked, edges worn. With 6 fold plates & 1 map. Occasional light discoloration. Newspaper clipping pasted to front paste down. $300-500


EARLY PRINTINGS, INCLUDING THE MOUNT SAINT ALPHONSUS SEMINARY LIBRARY Lots 338-498 338 122519/89 1 vol. Merian, Mattheus: Topographia Franoniae - Topographia Archiepiscopatum, Moguntinensis...- Topographia Bavaria. Frankfurt: Meiran Mattheus, [1646-1656]. With 3 engraved title pages & 28 maps and 110 town views (mostly folding or double-page). Scattered cellotape repairs to text and plates, no significant losses. The first t-p with 2 lib. ink stamps to t-p, small edge tears 2 cello-tape repairs, soiling. Scattered discoloration. [Jahrbuch 1978; Brunet V, 1530] $5,000-8,000 57

339 122519/120 2 vols. [Early German Architectural Books]: Coelestinus, Abbot of St. Emmeram. Mausoloeum: Oder Herzliches Grab des Bayrischen Apostels und Blutzeugens Christi S. Emmerami. Regensburg : J.E. Raith, 1680. “Editio Tertia.” 4to, contemp. calf; rubbed and scuffed. With frontis & 3 woodcut plates. Light discoloration. * Liger, Louis. Historischer Und Verstaendiger Blumen-Gaertner. Leipzig: Gleditsch & Weidemanns, 1715. 4to, contemp. pigskin over bds; worn, clasps defective. With 21 plates, lacking frontis. Title-page with cellotape repairs and losses to edges. Scattered discoloration and foxing. [Bound with:] “Der Seidenbau, Nach Seiner Moeglichkeit und Nutzbarkeit.” Berlin, 1713. $250-400 340 122519/87 1 vol. Pradus, Hieronymous; Villalpando, Juan Baptista. In Ezechielem Explanationes et Apparatus Urbis.... Rome: Zanetti, 1596-[1604]. Vol. 1 & Vol. II, part 2 only (of 3 vols.) Folio, cloth. With engraved titlepage, 5 plates (4 double-page). Ink stamps to engraved t-p, other scattered spotting. See Adams P-2050; [Palau 274873]. Juan Batista Villalpando (1552-1608); Spanish jesuit scholar, mathematician & architect; this work contains imaginitive reconstructions of Solomon’s temple. $500-800 341 122519/12 2 vols. [Early Law]: Weylle, Christen Ostersson. Glossarium Juridicum Danico-Norvegicum. Det er: Alle Gamle Danske oc Norske Glosers rette Forklaring... Copenhagen: Martzan & Holste, 1652. 4to, later bds; hinges defective. With 2 fold family-tree charts. Title page soiled. [Bound with:] “Tractat Offver Alle de Faldsmaal øc Boder...” (Prentet udi Kiøbenhaffn, 1652.) Possibly lacking 2 final leaves of 2nd title. Scattered toning. * Calvin, John, edited by. Lexicon Juridicum Juris Caesarei Simul.... Geneva: Chouer, 1653. “Editio Postrema.” Folio, contemp. stamped vellum over bds; worn. Library inkstamp to title page, dust soiled, pasges discolored. $300-500

342 122519/75 1 vol. Calmet, Augustine. Dictionarium Historicum, Criticum, Geographicum.... Venice: Sebastianus Colet, 1734. 2 vols in 1. Folio, contemp. stamped pigskin over bds, metal clasps; worn. With 25 plates & 5 folding maps. Library ink stamp to top corner of title page, other library markings on verso of t-p. Scattered light spotting. $250-400 343 122519/71 2 vols. Middleton, Charles T. A New and Complete System of Geography...Account and Description of Europe, Asia, Africa and America. London: J. Cooke, 1778-79. Folio, contemp. leather, red and green morocco spine labels; hinges repaired, extremities rubbed. With 90 plates, 20 maps (of 120 maps and plates), incl. 2 North American maps. List of Subscribers at rear. Inner joint repaired with cellotape, library inkstamp to title pages. Light toning to page edges - some occasional spotting and light offsetting. Occasional losses to page edges, some repairs. Map of Ottoman Empire with tears at folds, no losses. Sabin 48854. $700-1,000 344 122519/6 5 vols. Rapin de Thoyras, Paul. The History of England. London: John & Paul Knapton, 1732-33. “2nd ed.” 4 vols in 5. Folio, contemp. calf; extremities worn, bds detached. With 128 plates, charts and maps (incls 76 maps and town plans.) Vol. 1 with repair to lower right corner of leaves 2-9 (affecting text), dampstaining to gutter and corners of vol II, other scattered wear and repairs. Light toning to page edges and discoloration. Sold with all faults. $800-1,200 345 122519/2 1 vol. Rader, Matthew. Heiliges Bayer-Land. Augsburg, 1714. 3 parts in 1 vol. Folio, modern buchram. Approx. 134 (of 137) finely engraved plates, title-page in red and black & tailpieces. Library ink-stamps to title page. Occasional small edge tears, scattered light spotting and some creasing. 1/2 title creased and discolored, with library stamps. Lacking frontis. Replaced endpapers. [Jahrbuch 1975.] Matthew Rader (1561-1634); jesuit theologist & historian. $600-800



346 122519/163 1 vol. Vialant, Charles. Geographica Sacra. Amsterdam: Rud. & Gerh. Wetstenios, 1711. Folio, vellum over bds; worn and soiled, spine crudely reinforced. With 13 large folding maps. Some dampstaining to page edges and occasional spotting and discoloration. Pencil inscription at head of title page. Library card pocket at rear. $400-600 347 122519/18 2 vols. [Maps & Natural History Plates] Lamy, Bernard: Apparatus Biblicus.... Lyon: Jacobum Certe, 1723. 4to, contemp. mottled calf; extremities worn. With 22 plates and maps, lacking plate 6, and fl12. Creasing to pages and plates, a few library stamps on verso of title page - not affecting plates. * Apparatus Chronologicus. Venice: Balleoniana, 1735. Vol. 2 only. With 2 fold maps & 1 chart. 4to, contemp. vellum, ties defective. Scattered spotting and some foxing. Ink stamp to title page. $400-600

348 122519/204 1 vol. Peringskiold, Johan. En Book Af Mennistiones Blaecht Och Jesu Christi Loerd; Eller Bibliskt Blaecht-Register. Stockholm, 1713. Folio, later 1/2 leather & marbled bds; bds detached, worn. With engraved titlepage (discolored and soiled), 3 plates, other in-text illus. & charts. Library ink inkstamp to t-p, scattered repairs, text generally clean. Some pages remounted. Johan Peringskiรถld (Swedish, 1654 - 1720); Swedish historian and translator of Icelandic texts, secretary of the College of Antiquities. $200-300 349 122519/283 4 volumes. Ciaccone [Chacon], Alfonso. Vitae et Res Gestae Pontificum Romanorum... Rome: Venatii Monaldini, 1677. Folio, later buchram; spines discolored, edge worn. With 58 plates (5 fold), other in-text illus and title page in red and black. 3 plates with areas of loss. Complete. Ink library stamp to title page, scattered moderate spotting throughout. Some pages toned. [BMC V, 342.336.] $800-1,200 59

350 122519/129 1 vol. Lazius, Wolfgang. De Gentium Aliquot Migrationibus [The Great Migration]. . Frankfurt: Weche1i Heredes, 1600. Folio, old velum; worn. Woodcut illus. in text., some full page. Hebrew and arabic printing. Moderate to heavy foxing, discoloration & some dampstaining throughout. Adams L-349. bold)[Bound with:] Lazius. Historicarum Commemorationum Rerum Graecarum. Hanova: Claude de Marne, 1605. Some occasional signs of worm to rear matter. Wolfgang Lazius (Austrian, 1514 – 1565); cartographer, historian, and physician. $600-800 351 122056/1 Lot. Diderot, Denis. Encyclopedie. Lucques & Paris, 1758-76. Folio. Partial and defective vols. and loose plates, containing 370 plates - mostly depicting agricultural and industrial subjects, such as coal mining, weaving, staining silk, plumbing, paper binding, draperie, indigotier, roofing, building of anchors, pottery, hydrolics and also music and heraldry. Scattered wear, spotting and dust soiling. Sold as a collection of plates only. Sold with all faults. $1,200-1,800 352 122519/238 4 vols. [17th C. Pigskin Bindings - Mainz Imprints]: Hugo de Santo Caro, Beato. Sacrorum Bibliorum. Johannis Martini Schonwetter, 1685. Vulgate ed.* Bautista Lanuza, Geronimo. Rmi Patris Ac Domini dn. Hieron. Joann-Gottfridi Schonwetter, 1649. 2 vols. * Suarez, Francisco. Commentariorum Ac Disputatio Num in Tertiam. Hermanni Mylii, 1619. All with blind stamped pigskin over bds; edge wear. Other scattered internal wear. $250-400 353 122397/9 1 vol. Gomberville, Marin Le Roy. La Doctrine des Moeurs.... Paris: Pierre Daret, 1646. 1st ed. Folio, later 1/2 calf & marbled bds, green morocco label; edge wear. With 103 engraved vignette illus. Light to moderate dampstaining, mostly to gutters & margins. Last 3pp with repairs. $200-300 354 122519/40 2 vols. Cuthbertson, John. Algemeen Eigenschappen Van de Electriciteit. [General characteristics of electricity.] Amsterdam: Pieter Hayman, 1782-[1794]. 8vo, contemp. 1/2 calf. & marbled bds; light edge wear. With 13 fold plates. Ink library stamp to title page. Scattered light spotting. Wheeler Gifts I, 507; John Cuthbertson (English, 1743 - 1821); English born instrument maker and inventor. $500-800

355 121972/216 3 pieces. Hand-Colored 15th & 16th Century Woodcut Decorated Leaves: Leaf from Hartman Schedel’s Nuremberg Chronicle [Nuremberg, 1493]. Folio XX with woodcut city view (later color), text in Latin, verso with family tree. 18 3/8 x 12 3/4 inches; 457 x 313mm - sheet size. Occasional light spotting and discoloration to edges. * Munster, Sebastian “ De Regno Polonie et Eius Initio [Baltic Area]” [c1560]. Approx. 15 1/4 x 10 inches; 387 x 254mm - sight size. Generally clean, later color. Framed, not examined out of frame. * _ _ “Terra Sancta XXIII Nova Tabula” [1545]. 11 1/4 x 14 inches; 285 x 355mm - sight size. Later color. Framed. Not examined out of frame. Depicting Jerusalem. Framed. $250-400 356 122397/12 1 vol. Hulle, Anselm Van, illus.. Les Hommes Illustres Qui Ont Vecu Dans Le XVII. Siecle. Amsterdam: Pierre de Coup, 1717. Folio, contemp. giltruled calf; rebacked, corners worn and surface worn. With 131 engraved portraits. Replaced endpapers. Generally clean, occasional discoloration - some light wear. $1,200-1,800 357 122519/104 1 vol. Albertinus, Aegidius. Himlisch Frauenzimmer. Munich: Sadler, 1611. 8vo, contemp. pigskin over bds; worn. With engraved title-page & 52 engraved text portraits by Raphael Sadler. Occasional 17th century ink annotation. Ink lib. stamp on verso of t-p. $200-300 358 122519/138 2 vols. Machiavelli, Niccolo. Opera. N.p. [Rome?], 1550 [but really c1620s]. 5 parts in 1 vol. 4to, later gilt-ruled calf; edges worn, scuffed, front bd of vol. 2 detached. With port. vignette on title pages. Light discoloration and some toning to page edges. Occasional unobtrusive library markings. See Adams M-9. $400-600



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359 122519/96 1 vol. Reisner, Adam. Jerusalem Illustrated. Frankfurt: G. Raben, S. Feyrabend & W. Hanen Erben, 1565-69-69. 2nd ed. 3 parts in 1 vol. Folio, old blind-stamped pigskin, clasps; wear. Former owner’s bookplate to front paste-down. Title page in red and black. With 1 folding plate & map & other in-text woodcut illus. Some dustsoiling. Early ink inscription on t-p., ink library stamp on verso of t-p Bookplate of ‘Kloster Bildhausen’ on front paste-down. Light discoloration throughout. Adams listing the 1st ed; BMC German Imprints p731. $2,000-3,000 360 122519/117 6 vols. 16th & 17th C. German Imprints: Philo Judaeus. Opuscula Tria. Frankfurt: Joannes Wechel, 1587. 8vo, later 3/4 leather & marbled bds; worn. Inkstamp to title page, left side of t-p affected by new endpaper, with surface scuffs and creasing. Text generally clean. Adams P-1032; [Hoffmann III, 68.] * Blois, Louis De. Opera. Cologne: Materni Cholinus, 1589. Folio, later vellum over bds; worn and stained. Scattered discoloration, inkstamp to t-p, scattered defects. Adams B-2112.* Sa, Emmanuel. Aphorismi Confessariorum. Cologne: Johannes Christophorus, 1603. 12mo, contemp. pigskin over bds; worn, clasps defective. * Ferrer, Vincent. Sermones Aestivales. Antwerp: Aedibus Viduae & Haeredum, 1572. 12mo, vellum wrappers; worn. Occasional dampstaining & ink lib. stamps to title page. Complete. * De Prierio, Silvester. Quae Summa Summarum Merito... Antwerp: Petri Belleri, 1581. In 2 parts. 4to, blind-stamped pigskin over bds; worn, 1 clasp lacking. Scattered discoloration and toning, lib. inkstamp to title page. Apparantly complete. * Schulting, Cornelius; Hieronymus, [Saint Jerome.] Confessio Hieronymiana Ex Omnibus Germanis... Cologne: Birckmannia, 1585. Folio, modern libarary cloth. Ptrs device on title page, Ink library stamp to t-p, cellop-tape repairs. Repairs to final 2 leaves. Light dust soiling and occasional spotting. Dampstaining to lower gutter of rear matter. $700-1,000 361 122519/135 1 vol. [Astronomy] Cardanus, Hieronymous [Cardano, Girolamo]; Ptolemaeus, Claudius. In Cl. Ptolemæi Petusiensis III de Astrorum Judiciis....Commentaria [On Judging the Stars] Lyons: Theobald Paganus, 1555. 2nd ed. 8vo, vellum; worn. Woodcut initials and other diagrams throughout. Lacking “Geniturarum Exempla” as usual. 4 leaves contemp. ms inserted at front & 5 leaves of ms at rear., contemp. annotations and underlining throughout. Losses to lower right corner of A1 & A2, not affecting text, light dampstaining to upper inch of p690-end. Added ms diagram r-2. 165 x 115mm. Adams C-681; [Riccardi I, 254]; Honeyman 591; “Bought from Charles Sessler. July 9th, 1929 for $10.00.” Girolamo (1501-1576); Italian Renaissance mathematician, astrologer and physician. $2,500-4,000


362 122519/50 1 vol. Suetonius Tranquillus. Liber Illustrium Virorum [“On Famous Men”]. Lipsiae: Valentine Schumann, Oct. 1508?. Schoolbook ed. Sm. 4to, old leather. Woodcut title page. T-p with library inkstamps and ink censoring. Gaillus Suetonius Tranquillus (c69-122); Roman historian, his most famous work was on the lives of the Ceasars, many of his works are lost. $2,000-3,000


364 122519/191 3 vols. Athanasius, Saint, of Alexandria. Opera Omnia. Paris: Joannis Anisson, 1698. 2 vols in 3. Text in greek & latin. Folio, contemp. blind-stamped pigskin over bds; worn. With frontis engraving. & 1 fold map of Egypt. Lib. inkstamps and contemp. annotations to front matter. Occasional spotting. [BMC I, 1103 (1241). ] $300-500 365 122519/210 1 vol. Conlin, J.R. Roma Sancta Sive Benedicti XIII...Viva Virtutum Imago. Augsburg, 1726-[1728]. Folio, contemp. calf; worn. Engraved titlepage & 87 potrait plates by J.C. Kolb. Library instamp to t-p, dust soiling to front matter else text generally clean. Worming affecting lower corner of last 2pp. $250-400 366 122519/233 1 vol. [Reynard the Fox.] Reineke Fuchs. Das Ist Ein Sehr Nutzliches Lust-und Sinn-Reiches Buechlein. N.p. [Roystock, c1662.] 8vo, later 1/2 leather & marbled bds; worn & scuffed. Title page in red and black with vignette woodcut illus. of a fox; other woodcuts in text. Lib. inkstamp to title page. Leaves possibly trimmed. [BM 21: 481.] $700-1,000


363 122519/9 1 vol. Mariana, Juan de. Historiae De Rebus Hispaniae Libri XX. Toledo: Petrus Rodericus, 1592. 1st ed. Folio, contemp. vellum; very worn. With ink lib. stamp to title page, occasional signs of worm to first 2 leaves and last 5 leaves. Scattered discoloration and occasional spotting to page edges. Adams M-580c. Juan de Mariana (1536-1624); Spanish Jesuit Priest, his greatest work was his histories of the Spanish monarchy. $1,000-1,500

367 122519/235 10 vols. [17th and 18th C. Pigskin Bindings- Cologne Imprints]: Mansi, Josepho. Promptuarium Sacrum Ac Morale. Joan Wilh and Joseph Huisch, 1720. * Spinelli, Petro Antonio. Maria Deipara Thronus Dei. Busaeus, 1663. * Gavanto, Bartholomeao. Thesaurus Sacrorum Rituum. Francisci Metternich, 1734. * Tournely, Honorey. SacrĂŚ Facultatis Parisiensis Doctoris. Metternich and Filii, 1734. * Corrado, Pyrrho. Praxis Dispensationum Apostolicarum. Metternich, 1697. * Psalmorum Davidicorum Analysis. Ioannem Wilhelmum Friessem, 1697. Book 3 only. * Lorinus, Joannes. Ioannis Lorini Societatis. Antonij Hierati, 1623. * Busenbaum, Hermann and La Croix, Claudio. Theologia Moralis. Ex officina Noetheniana, 1729. * Le Blanc, Thomas. Psalmorum Davidicorum Analysis. Ioannem Wilhelmum Friessem, 1697. *Another copy of the preceding. All with blindstamped pigskin over bds; worn, clasps sometimes lacking. $500-800 63

368 122519/61 3 vols. 17th C. Printed Music Imprints: Pontificale Romanum Clementis VIII. Rome: Typographia Medicaea, 1611. Folio, contemp. calf; repaired and reinforced. Printed throughout in red and black, with musical notes, woodcuts throughout text. Ink stamp and early inscriptions on title page. Dustsoiling, scattered repairs and occasional spotting. * The Antwerp: Officina Plantiniana, 1627. ed. of the preceding. Folio, later calf, red morocco spine label; extremities worn, covers detached. Printed throughout in red and black, with musical notes, decorated initials. Some dust soiling to title page, other text generally clean. Contemp. inscription at head of title. Replaced endpapers. * [Missale Romanum] Ex Decreto Sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini Restitutum. Antwerp: Viduam & Filios Io. Moreti, 1612. 4to, contemp. blind-stamped calf, metal clasps; extremities worn. Printed throughout in red and black. 1 engraved plate. Ink library stamp to title page, small puncture through first 3 leaves. Scattered wear and toning. Ink stamp to verso of final leaf. $1,000-1,500 369 122054/8 1 vol. Rituale Romanum. Pauli Quinti Pontificus Maximi... Venice: Balleoniana, 1754. 8vo, contemp. calf; scuffed & rubbed. Title vignette. Printed in red & black, printed musical notation. Internally generally clean. Ex-library ink stamp on title page. $120-180 370 122519/55 2 vols. Golius, Jacob. Lexicon Arabico-Latinum. Lyon: Batavorum, Elsevier, 1653. Folio, contemp. vellum; worn and vellum torn. Title page with woodcut illus. & text in red and black. Moderate dust soiling. [Willems 723; Schnurier 79.] * Scapula, Johannes. Lexicon Græcolatinum Novum. Basel: Sebastian Henricpetri, [colophon dated September 1594]. “Editio Ultima.” Folio, contemp. pigskin over bds; affected by worm, clasps defective. pp1-4 with wear to edges & moderate worming. Library inkstamps to title page, pp2 repaired & becoming detached. Scattered moderate spotting and some edge tears. Sold with all faults. Apparantly complete. See Adams S-611 for a 1600 ed. $300-500 371 122519/260 1 vol. Abu al-Mah a sin Yu suf Ibn Taghri birdi; Carlyle, J.D., edited by. [Text In Arabic] Mawrid al-lata Fah al-Jama l al-D n ibn Taghr Brid: Maured Allatafet Jemaleddini filii Togri-Bardii, seu rerum Ægyptiacarum annales, ab anno Christi 971, usque ad annum 1453. Cantebury : J. Archdeacon; sold by B. White & Sons, London; J. & J. Merrill, Cantebury; J. Fletcher, et J. Cooke, Oxford, 1792. 4to, contemp. vellum; worn, loss to spine. Page edges toned, with some creasing and small edge tears. $250-400

372 122519/24 1 vol. [The Koran] Marracci, Luigi. Alcorani Textus Universus ex Correctioribus Arabum Exemplaribus Summa ... Padua: Typographia Seminarii, 1698. 2 parts in 1 vol. Folio, later 3/4 morocco and marbled bds; joints loose, spine defective. Replaced endpapers. Text generally clean. [Schnurrer 377]. $1,000-1,500 373 122519/108 1 vol. Confucius. Confucius Sinarum Philosophus. Paris: Daniel Horthemels, 1687. 4 vols in 1. Folio, contemp. calf; worn, bds detached. With engraved portrait plate (plate edge worn) & fold map. First 2pp detached but present. Page edges discolored, occasional spotting and dust-soiling (mostly to front matter). [Lust 724; Brunet II.221.] $2,000-3,000 374 121563/34 1 vol. [Early Decorated Binding.] Lambinus, Dionysius [Lambin, Denis]. In Q Horatium Flaccum.. Geneva: Petrus de la Roviere, 1605. 4to, contemp. gilt fleur-de-lis stamped brown calf; scuffed, extremities rubbed, joints starting to separate, spine ends rubbed away. Lacking free endpapers. Scattered light foxing. OCLC 644037476 (recording 1 copy.) Denis Lambin (1520-1572); French classical scholar. $200-300 375 122519/28 1 vol. Labrosse, Joseph [Angelus A Sancto Josepho]. Gazophylacium Linguae Persarum. Amsterdam: Jansonio-Waesbergiana, 1684. Folio, later marbled bds; worn; hinges repaired, spine cover lacking. With engraved title, 2nd title in red and black. Scattered light to moderate spotting and dust soiling. [Brunet III. 719; BMC I, 697.487.] $400-600 376 122519/208 2 vols. Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal. [Instruction du Chrestien - Arabic title.] Paris: Societatis Typographicæ Librorum Officij Ecclesiastici, 1640. Trans. by Juste de Beauvois. 4to, contemp. stiff vellum; spine reinforced with tape. Library stamps to verso of final leaf, scattered spotting and discoloration to title-page and rear matter. Text generally clean. * Another copy of the preceding. Pages toned. Title-page with dampstaining and ragged edges. Wrinkling and other scattered wear. Brunet IV, p1292. $300-500


377 131173/1 1 vol. [Ovid] Ovidius Naso, Publius. [Metamorphosis in Latin & Dutch] De Geddant-Wisselingen. Amsterdam: R. en J. Wetstein, en W. Smith, 1732. 2 vols in 1. Folio, cotemp. calf, rubbed. With frontis, 124 halfpage engravings, & 6 plates on 3 leaves. Scattered generally light to occasionally moderate foxing, occasional dampstaining in bottom margins. $800-1,200

381 122519/286 4 vols. [17th C. Pigskin Bindings- Munich: Joannis Jaecklini Imprints]: Paciuchelli, Angelo. Lectiones Morales in Prophetam Jonam. 1672. * _ _. Expositio in Epistolam Beati Pavli. 1677.* Gobat, Georgius. Experientiar Theologicae Sive Experimentalis. 1669. * Heserus, Georgius. Psalmi LXXV Posteriores Davidis Regis. 1675. All with blindstamped pigskin over bds; worn. Sold as bindings only. $250-400

378 122519/101 1 vol. [Magic & the Occult] Del Rio, Martin-Antonio. Disquisituinum Magicarum. Libri Sex. Mainz: Joannem Albium, 1603. 3 parts in 1 vol. Folio, old vellum over bds; worn, clasps lacking. With an engraved pictorial bordered title page, depicting magicians. First 12pp reattached to text block by stub, tear and loss to front free endpaper. Light ink library stamp to t-p, other lib. markings. Scattered discoloration and dust-soiling. [Palau 268269]; Martin-Antonio Del Rio (1551-1508); Jesuit theologian, many modern scholars regard him as a major cause for many of the Witch hunts. $1,200-1,800

382 122519/287 6 vols. [18th C. Pigskin Bindings- Augsburg Imprints]: Calmet, Augustine. Commentarium Literale In Omnes Ac Singulos. Philippi, et al, 1734. * Another copy of the preceding. * _ _ Commentarium Literale in Biblia, Jeremiah, Baruch, Ezechiel, Daniel. Philippi, et al, 1734. * _ _. Commentarium Literale in Biblia, Josue, Judices, Ruth et Reges. Philippi, et al, 1734. * Ignaticlaus, Josephi. Spicilegium CatecheticoConcionatorium. Mathiae Wolff, 1738. * Reinffenstuel, Anacleti. Theologia Moralis. Chrystophorum Bartl, 1752. All bound in blindstamped pugskin over bds. Sold as bindings. $250-400

379 122519/107 1 vol. [Witches & the Occult.] [Kramer, Heinrich] Institorus, Henricus Malleus Maleficarum [The Hammer of Witches]. Lyon: Clavdii Landry, 1620. 3 parts in 1. 8vo, later calf; rebacked, worn. Title page in red and black. Ink library stamps on t-p & scattered dust soiling. [Bound with:] Basin, Bernard, et al. Malleus Maleficarum Tractatus Aliquot Tam Veteram.. Artis Magicae Stupendos. Lyons: Clavdii Landry, 1620. Title page in red and black. Both complete. [HC 9245; Klebs 926.4; Proctor 2090; Oates.] Heinrich Kramer (1450-1505); German Churchman and Inquisitor; Malleus Maleficarum was first written in 1486 to educate magistrates on the proper identification of witches. $1,000-1,500 380 122519/282 12 vols. [17th C. Pigskin Bindings- Lyon Imprints]: Gonet, Jean-Baptiste. Manuale Thomistarum Seu Brevis Theologiae. Biterris, 1680. * Beyerlinck, Laurens. Magnum Theatrum Vitae Humanae. Joannis Antonii 4 vols. * Huguetan, 1678. * Cherubini, Laerzio. Magnum Bullarium Romanum. Borde, Arnaud, and Rigaud, 1673. 2 vols.* Paulus Lancelottus, Johannes. Corpus Iuris Canonici Emendatum Et Notis Illustratum. 1614. * Da Sylveira, Joannis. R. P. D. F. Joannis da Sylveira Olyssip. Carmelitae. Anisson and Posuel. 1700.* Another copy of the preceeding. * Gregorius, Papa XIII. Iuris Canonici Emendatum et Notris Illustratum. 1622. * De La Bassee, Eloi. P.F. Eligii Bassaei, Ordinis FF. Minorum. Laurentii Anisson, 1653. All with blindstamped pigskin over bds; worn, sometimes lacking clasps. $600-800

383 122519/288 6 vols. [17th & 18th C. Pigskin Bindings- German Imprints]: Laymanno, Paulo. Jus Canonicum Commentario Perpetuo. Dillign an der Donau: Joannem Casaparum Bernard, 1698. * Sancta Clara, Abraham. Judas Der Ertz-Schlem. Saltzburg: Haan, 1692. * Bernardus, Claraevallensis. Bernardus Theologus Summa Theologiae. Sagan, 1673. * Concordantiae Bibliorum, Juxta Exemplar Vulgatae Editionis. Bamberg: Ioannis Christophori Lochneri, 1731. * Torniello, Augustino. Annales Sacri. Frankfurt: Schonwetterus, 1611. * Holzmann, Apollonio. Theologia Moralis, Usitato in Scholis Ordine. Kempten: Andream Stadler, 1737. All bound in blind-stamped pigskin over bds; worn, some clasps defective. $500-800 384 122519/226 1 vol. [Emblem Book.] Saavedra Fajardo, Diego de. Idea Principis Christiano-Politici. Amsterdam: Joannem Jacobi, 1659. 12mo, contemp. vellum. With engraved title-page & 100 (of 103) engraved plates. Some offsetting. Library stamps on verso of t-p. Text generally clean, very light discoloration to page edges. Landwehr 702 (1988 ed.); Princeton 674; [Palau 283451; Praz, p. 484] $300-500 385 122519/228 1 vol. [Emblem Book.] De Querdu le Gall, Maurice. L’Oratoire du Coeur. Paris: De Laire, 1687. 12mo, later calf; extremities worn. With extra engraved title page & 9 plates. Old ink annotations to front free endpaper recto, ink lib. stamp to text t-p & other scattered wear. See NUC 0013020 for the 1670 Paris ed. $200-300







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386 122519/230 1 vol. [Emblem Book.] Hugo, Herman. Pia Desideria Emblematis. Antwerp: Henrici Aertssenii, 1628. 16mo, later calf, gilt edges, clasps; worn. With woodcut title-page & 45 woodcuts by Christoffel Van Sichem II. Occasional light spotting, else generally clean. With previous owner’s ticket on front paste-down. Landwehr 236 (1988 ed.); Princeton 445 $700-1,000

392 122519/111 3 vols. Antoninus, Florentinus, Abbot of Florence. Chronicorum Opus [History of Creation]. Lyons: Ex Officina Iuntarum, 1587. Folio, later marbled calf, raised spine bands; worn and scuffed, heads of spines repaired with tape. With printer’s devices. Scattered moderate foxing and discoloration. Library inkstamps to title pages. Adams A-1211. $400-600

387 122471/3 1 vol. Erasmus, [Desiderius.]; Guedeville, translated by. L’Eloge de la Folie. Amsterdam: Francois L’Honore, 1728. “Nouvelle Edition.” 8vo, contemp. vellum covered bds; soiled. With engraved 1/2 title and 7 engraved plates (6 fold), other engraved illus. Reinforced title page and last p of rear table. Scattered discoloration and some edge wear. $200-300

393 122519/20 2 vols. 16th C. Paris Imprints: Benedictus, Joannes [Benoit, Jean]. Concordantiae Novae Utrivsqve Testamenti. Paris: Gulielmum Guillard, 1562. Folio, old calf over bds; rebacked, worn. With woodcut vignette on title-page. Title page trimmed and crudely tipped-in. Library inkstamp to title page. Occasional dampstaining. Text generally clean. Dust soiled. Adams B-652. * Johannes, Monachus [Jean Lemoine]. Glosa Aurea Super Sexto Decretalium Libro. [Paris]: J. Paruum, 1535. Folio; later 3/4 vellum & calf; worn and repaired. Woodcut title page & numerous initials throughout. Library inkstamp to t-p, scattered moderate spotting and some discoloration. Binding coming loose. Complete. Adams J-248. Jean Lemoine (1250-1313); French canon lawyer. $250-400

388 122519/10 1 vol. Paraldus, Gulielmus [William Perault]. Summae Virtutum Ac Vitiorum. Antwerp: Martin Nutium, 1588. 2 vols in 1. 8vo, contemp. vellum, centered with impressed “G. Creuzlinq Colleg Caner(?)”; worn, lacking ties. With library inkstamp to title page. Toned. Heads shaved close. Complete. Adams P-639. William Perault (c1190-1271); Dominican writer & teacher. $300-500 390 122519/41 1 vol. Riccius, Bartolomaeus. Considerationi Sopra Tutta la Vita di n.s Giesu Christo. Rome: Presso Bartolomeo, 1607. 8vo, 19th century 3/4 leather & marbled bds; corners bumped, etxtremities worn. With engraved title and 157 (of 160) plates. Title page cropped 1 inch all around and re-inserted. plate opp. p17 & 26 repaired at edges. plate opp. p32 with open tear at edge, not affecting plate. Lacking p42 & 125. Scattered wear and offsetting. $400-600 391 122519/67 2 vols. John Chrysostom, Saint. Explanationes in Novum Testamentum [in Greek & Latin] . Frankfurt: Balthasaris Christophori Wustii, 1697. “Editio Prium in Gallia.” 6 vols in 2. Folio, contemp. pigskin over bds; worn. Frontis port., title pages in red and black. Library inkstamps to title page. Other scattered wear. $250-400

394 122519/21 1 vol. Wolf, Hieronymus. In Ciceronis Officia. Basel, Switzerland: Episcopius, 1584. Folio, early blind-stamped pigskin over bds; worn and cracked. Library markings and annotations to t-p, other scattered discoloration. Early ink inscriptions on front free endpaper, dampstaining to page edges. Adams W-233. Hieronymous Wolf (1516-1580); German historian of Greek history. $250-400 395 122519/118 1 vol. Feuchtius, Jacobus. Postilla Catholica...Das Ist: Catholische Auslegung Aller Fest und Feyertaeglichen Evangelien. Coeln, 1578. 3 parts in 1 vol. Folio, contemp. blind stamped pictorial pigskin over bds, clasps; worn. Woodcut vignette illus on title page, other woodcut illus. & decorated initials. Verso of title page has contemp. ink ms drawn coat of arms, other occasional contemp. ink annotations. Final blank has tear and loss to 1 corner. Library ink stamps to front pastedown. Light dust soiling and occasional spotting. $400-600


396 122519/119 2 vols. Plutarch: Vitae Comparatae. Basel: Thomas Guarinum, 1573. Folio, 18th century vellum, orange gilt-lettered spine label; extremities rubbed, worn. Decorated initials. Library inkstamps to title page, scattered dust soiling and creasing. Replaced endpapers. * Ethica Siue Moralia. Basel: Thomas Guarinum, 1573. Folio, 18th century vellum, orange gilt-lettered spine label; extremities rubbed, worn. Decorated initials. Library inkstamps to title page, scattered dust soiling and creasing. Replaced endpapers. Adams P-1618; P-1640. $500-800 397 No lot 398 122519/149 2 vols. Bonaventure, Cardinal [Saint]. Opusculorum Theologicorum. Venice: H: Scotum, 1572 [colophon date 1571. Sm. Folio, vellum. Library inkstamps to title pages. Some scattered dust-soiling and occasional discoloration to pages. Old ink annotations to title pages. Complete. Cardinal Bonaventure (1271-1274); Italian medieval scholastic theologian and philosopher. $300-500 400 122519/161 2 vols. Medina, Bartholomaeus. Expositio. Venice: Petrum Dehuchinum, 1580. Folio, contemp vellum; worn. Lib. inkstamp to t-p, scattered light to moderate spotting. Complete. Adams M-1011. * Medina, Juan. De Poentitentia, Restitutione & Contractibus. Ingoldstadt: D. Sartorii, 1581. 2 parts in 1. Folio, contemp. vellum; worn & stained. Contemp. annotations and inkstamps to 1st t-p. Other scattered wear. Adams M-1018. Bartolome de Medina (b. 1527); Spanish Theologian. $400-600 401 122519/170 4 vols. Bernardino, da Siena, Saint. Sancti Bernadini Senensi ....Opera ....Omnia. Venice: Junta, 1591 (colophons dated 1590). Edited by Petrus Rodulphius. Sm. 4to, flexible vellum; worn and scuffed. Vol. 2 with worm damage to foot of spine. Vol. 1 with engraved title page, all with decorated initials. Vol. 3 with loss to center of title-page. Library inkstamps to front matter, incl. title pages. Scattered discoloration and wear. Adams B-733. Bernardino of Siena (1380-1444); Italian priest, Saint and fanatical preacher - preaching against witches, jews and homosexuality. $400-600

407 122519/181 1 vol. Nicephorus, Callistus. Ecclesiasticae Historiae Librum Decem et Octo. Frankfurt: Sigismundi Feyerabendii, 1588. Folio, later 1/2 leather & cloth, later marbled page edges; spine reinforced with tape. Ptrs device and decorated initials. Title page repaired and mounted to another sheet, some dampstaining to t-p. T-p with library inkstamp and contemporary annotations. Other dampstaining to lower half of pages. Adams N-222. $300-500 408 122519/183 3 vols. [16th C. Paris Imprints] Gregory, Saint, of Nazianzus. Opera Omnia. Paris: Johann Benenatum, 1569. Folio, later tooled calf; worn, spine defective; clasps lacking. With ptrs device to title page. Inkstamps to t-p and wear to front matter, other pp generally clean. Adams G-1136. * De Castro, Alphonso. Opera. Paris: Michael Sonnium, 1571. Folio, modern library cloth. Lacking final blank. pp 1564-1612 bound upside down. Title-page and following few pages with dampstaining and discoloration, old ink annotations & small piece of cellotape. Remainder of text with scattered spotting and dampstaining to page edges, pp1898-9 with small edge tears. Adams C-960. * Gregory, St, Bishop of Nyssa. Opera Omnia. Paris: Michael Sonnium, 1573. Folio, modern buchram. Decorated initials. Ink library stamps to title page. Some scattered spotting and text discolored. Possibly lack rear blank. $400-600 409 122519/185 1 vol. De Granada, Luis; Von Isselt, Michael. Vita Christi. Cologne: Geruinum Calenium & hæredes Ioannis Quentelij, 1591. 12mo, orig. blind-stamped pigskin; worn, joints stressed, clasps defective, rubbed edges. Printer’s device on title-page, other in-text illus. Ink library stamps to front matter, incl. title page. Contemporary inscription at head of title page. Pages toned. $250-400 410 122519/187 6 vols. [Aldine Press] Lipomanus, Aloysius. De Vitis Sanctorum Ab Aloysio Lipomano Episcopo Veronae. Venice: Aldus, 1581. Folio, later 1/2 vellum & marbled bds; spines reinforced with tape. Printer’s device on title pages. Library instamps to t-ps, signs of worm to front & rear matter of vol. 1, other scattered discoloration and some spotting. Contemporary ink annotations. Adams L-747. Aloysius Lippomani; 16th century Roman Catholic Bishop and one of the presidents of the Council of Trent $500-800 75

411 122519/193 1 vol. Pelagius, Alvarus, Bishop of Silves. De Planctu Ecclesiae. Venice: Francisco Sansovini, 1560. 2 parts in 1 vol. Folio, contemp. vellum; worn; ties defective. With vignette decorated title page, other chapter heading engravings and decorated engravings. Nicely set type. Library instamps and old annotations to title page. Dust soiling to title page, else text generally clean. Brunet IV, 470 - “ A tres bas prix.”; Adams P-538. $500-700 412 122519/195 10 vols. 16th 12mo-4to Venice Imprints: Vincent Ferrer, Saint. Sermones Hyemales. Bartholomaeum Rubinum, 1573. 12mo, contemp. vellum; worn, binding defective. Endpapers are recyled manuscript leaves. * Antonius, de Padua. Minoritae.. Bertani, 1575. Library ink stamps on title page. 12mo, later marbled calf; worn. * Soto, Domingo de. Relectio De Ratione tegendi et detegendi Secretum. Baptistam a Porta, 1590. “Secunda Editio.” 12mo, contemp. vellum; worn. Contemporary annotations on title, faint library inkstamp on title. Dust soiling. * Cosmo, Philarcus. De Officio Sacerdotis, Christo Summo. Iuntas, 1597. 2 vols. 4to, contemp. limp vellum; worn, ties defective. Library inkstamps and other annotations on title pages. Creasing and scattered wear. * Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. Ecclesiae Doctoris Eximii Opusculorum. Ex officina Erasmiana apud Vincentium Valgrisium, 1545. Vol. 3 only. Sm. 4to, contemp. vellum; worn. Light dampstaining. Occasional spotting. * Thomas de Vio Caietanus. [Summula Caietani, S. Xisti cardinalis illustris.] ord. praedicat. Perquam docta... Nicolas Dominicas, 1572. 12mo, contemp. vellum. Title page torn, with loss to text. Dampstaining and some discoloration. * Nicolas, De Nice. Ordinis Minorum. Melchioris Seffae, 1568. 12mo, contemp. vellum; worn. Library inkstamps to title page. Some contemp. annotations, else text generally clean. * Bernard, Saint [Abbot of Clairvaux.] Doctoris Mellitissimi. Haredes Vincent, 1575. 2 vols. 4to, modern buchram. Library inkstamps to title pages, othe scattered wear and spotting. All presumed complete but not collated. $1,000-1,500 413 122519/198 4 vols. Aquinas, Thomas, Saint. Summa Totius Theologiae. Rome: Iulium Accoltum, 1571. Folio, later, 1/2 calf & marbled bds; worn. With ptrs devices on title-pages. Lib. inkstamp to t-p, other scattered light to heavy spotting, occasional annotation. Not collated, but presumed complete. $400-600

414 122519/199 5 vols. La Bigne, Margarinus de. Sacra Bibliotheca Sanctorum Patrum. Paris: [Cramoisy?], 1589. “Editione Secunda.” 9 vols in 5. Folio, contemp. stamped and dated pigskin, stamped “ S. Vitus Patronus / Manasterii Tirres/ 1593”. Toned. Not collated. Adams L-5. $500-700 415 122519/209 3 vols. Diez, Philippe. Conciones Quadruplices. Venice: Dominicum de Farris, 1596. 4 vols in 3. 4to, contemp. limp calf; ties defective. With ink library stamps to title pages. Light dampstaining to page edges of front matter of vol. 1. $250-400 416 122519/19 1 vol. Jovius, Paulus [Giovio, Paulo]. Illustrium Viorum Vitae [Lives of Famous Men]. Basel: Henry Petri, 1567. 2 vols in 1. Sm. 8vo, old vellum; worn, spine cover lifting. Ink library stamps and old annotations to title-page & verso of book 1. Scattered spotting and some discoloration to front matter. Book 2 generally clean. Complete. Adams G-666. Paulo Giovio (1483-1552); Italian physician, historian and biographer, and prelate. $250-400 417 122519/113 1 vol. Dionysius, Areopagitae. [In Greek]Dionysiu Areopagiu Episcopu Athenon Pros Timotheon Episkopon...D. Dionysii Areopagitae Atheniensium Episcopi ad Timotheum.... (Basel: Hervagianus, 1539.) 12mo, later bds; spine repaired, surface scuffed. Replaced endpapers. Title-page with ink and impressed library stamp, lightly soiled. Adams D-531. $500-800 419 122519/131 1 vol. Rupertus, Abbot of Deutz: Opera Duo. Cologne: Frans Birckman, 1526. Folio, old blind-stamped calf over bds; worn, hinges stressed, clasps defective. With woodcut illus. title page, in-text woodcut illus. & decorated initials. [Bound with:] Commentariorum in Evangelium Johannis Libri XIII. [Bound with:] Commentariorum in Apocalypism Libri XII. Scattered contemporary pen annotations, incl. on title pages. Light to moderate dustsoiling. Very occasional worming to last two titles. Variant Adams R-928 -[Lacking De Glorificatione Trinitatis , as called for by Adams]; R-939 & R-941. $2,500-4,000


420 122519/137 1 vol. [Mineralogy] Magnus, Albertus. De Mineralibus Libri Quinque. Augsburg: Sigmund Grimm & Marx Wirsung, 1st February, 1519. 7th ed. Sm. 4to, 3/4 19th century morocco & marbled bds; spine faded, extremities rubbed. Title page with woodcut border. 58 leaves. 41 lines. 195 x 140mm - sheet size; text 155 x 100mm. Unobtrusive ex-libris stamped to upper right corner of t-p, 2 further ink library stamps to f2 & f58. Sm. puncture to f58. Wheeler Gift I, p. 51, #8; [Quaritch 67.] Albertus Magnus (1193-1280); Catholic Saint, ‘Doctor of the Church’ and advocate for the coexistence of Science and Religion. De Mineralibus is the most significant tract on mining, precious stones and metalurgy from the Medieval period. $12,000-18,000

421 122519/141 1 vol. Augustine, Saint Bishop of Hippo. Sermoni Agli Eremiti del Diuo Aurelio Agostino Hipponense ... Venice: Domenego Zio & Frat., 1538 [colophon 1537.] 8vo, later tooled calf; bds detached, spine lacking. Printer’s device on title-page and decorated initials. Light discoloration to page edges. Complete. Not listed in Adams. $300-500

422 122519/144 1 vol. Basil the Great, Saint. Opera. [Text in Greek.] Basel: Froben, 1551. Folio, contemp. blind-stamped pigskin over bds; extremities worn. Decorated initials. Library ink stamps on title page. Light to moderate discoloration and spotting. Some contemporary annotations and underlining, mostly to front. Ink stains on p11. Complete. [Adams B-331; Brunet I, 688.]; First Complete ed. in Greek. $2,000-3,000 77

425 122519/162 2 vols. Josephus, Flavius: Des Hochberuempten und Fast Nutzlichen Histori Beschreibers. Strassburg: Balthassar Beck, 1544. Folio, old vellumized pigskin; worn, clasps defective. Library inkstamp. Pages discolored, pages chipping. Some light worming to rear matter. * The Strassburg: Samuel Emmel, 1556 ed. of the preceding. Folio, contemp. blind-stamped pictorial pigskin over bds; clasps worn. Title page with library inkstamps and contemp. annotations. Scattered dust-soiling and spotting throughout. $800-1,200 427 122519/182 1 vol. Epiphanius, of Salamis. Contra Octoaginta Haereses Opvs, Panarivm...Medica Appellatum. Basel: Joannes Oporinum & Herugium, 1560. Folio, old vellum; worn & defective. Ptrs device to title page. Loss to front matter page edges, not affecting text. Old library markings. Dust-soiled and with some discoloration. Adams E-254 Epiphanius of Salamis (c310-320); Bishop of Salamis, best known for composing a very large compendium of the heresies up to his own time. $200-300


423 122519/146 1 vol. Gesner, Conrad. Bibliotheca Universalis, Sive Catalogue Omnium Scriptorum. Zurich: Christopher Froschauer, September, 1545. 1st ed. Folio, modern buchram, gilt-lettered label; staining and some wear. With woodcut armorial. Ink stamp to title page & verso of t-p. Dust soiling throughout. Light unobtrusive dampstaining throughout. Complete with blanks. Adams G-516; [Brunet II, 1565-66; PMM 73; Breslauer and Folter 14. Besterman, Beginnings pp. 15-21]; First edition of the first bibliography listing about 12000 works. $4,000-6,000 424 122519/158 1 vol. Cyril, Saint, Archbishop of Alexandria. Opera. Basel: Andreae Cratandri, August, etc., 1528. 3 parts in 1 vol. Folio, blind-stamped pigskin over wooden bds; clasps defective, worn. Printer’s devices and decorated initials. Library inkstamps & labels to front matter, scattered moderate spotting and some discoloration. Page tabs. $300-500

428 122519/127 1 vol. Bernard, Saint [Abbot of Clairvaux.] Opuscula. Venice: Giunta, June 1, 1503. 8vo, contemp. blind-stamped vellumized pigskin over bds; scuffed and worn, clasps defective. Title-page in red in black. Fullpage woodcut of the Annunciation & decorated initials. Contemporary annotations to title. Library stamps to title-page and front paste-down. Text generally clean, very occasional light discoloration. Lacking front free endpaper. BMSTC Italian, p87. Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153); French abbot and reformer of the the Cisternian Order. $1,200-1,800 See color illustration on page 67 429 122519/8 1 vol. [Portuguese Printing] Ledesma, Martin. Primus Thomus, qui et Prima, 4. Nuncupatur [Commentary on Summa Theologica]. Coimbra [Portugal]: Joannes Aluarus, 1555. Vol 1 only. Folio, limp vellum; bdg defective. With ptrs device on title. Library ink stamps to t-p, pages discolored and wrinkling. Binding coming loose. Scattered old annotations, incl. a page of ms on front free endpaper. and dust smuding. Adams L-371; Worldcat locating 1 copy. $300-500


430 122519/13 5 vols. 16th C. Italian Imprints: Lauretus, Hieronymus. Sylva Allegoriarum Totius Sacrae Scripturae. Venice: Gasparem Bindonum, 1575. 2 vols. 4to, later vellum; worn, ties defective. With library inkstamps and old ink annotations to t-ps. Dampstaining to rear matter of vol. 2, other scattered wear and spotting. Not in Adams. * Da Siena, Sisto [Sixtus, of Sienna]; De Franceschi, Francesco. Bibliotheca Sancta. Venice: Gryphius Excudebat, 1566. 2 vols in 1. Folio, old vellum, spine recycled manuscript parchment; rubbed, spine worn. Ptrs device on title-page & decorated initials. T-p with dust-soiling and wear to page edges. 1st 2 leaves coming loose, impressed library stamp to leaf 2. Other text generally clean, with occasional minor spotting. Complete. Adams S-1268. * Folengo, Giovanni Battista. In Omnes Davidicos Psalmos Doctissima. Rome: Barth. Bonfadini, 1585. Folio, contemp. limp vellum; worn & defective. Title page with engraved ptrs device & red & black letters. Scattered discoloration and spotting. Final blank with contemporary annotations. Creasing and dog-eared pages. Adams F-683. * Vio, Thomas de, Cardinal [Cajetanus]. Reuerendissimi... Rome: Antonio Bladum, 19 May, 1542. Lacking binding. With full-page illus on II2 recto. Lib. inkstamps to A1 recto & C6 verso. Sm. edge tear G5, QQ & BBB, occasional light staining and some discoloration. All not collated, but presumed complete. $250-400 431 122519/188 1 vol. Pius, Albert [Pio, Albertus]. Carporum Comitis Illustrissimi et Viri Longe Doctissimi Praeter Praefationem & Operis Conclsionem.. Venice: Aedibus Luce Antonii, 9, September, 1531. Folio, old vellum; rebacked; worn and stained. Printer’s device on title page. Hinges reinforced. Replaced endpapers. Library ink stamp on title page, moderate tears and wear to title page edges. Light to moderate dust soiling and spotting throughout - dampstaing to upper corner rear matter. Some worming affecting lower right corners of 1/3 pp, not affecting text. Albert III Pio (1475-1531); Italian Renaissance Prince, defender of Scholastic theology and fierce opponent of Erasmus. $400-600 432 122519/189 1 vol. Dionysius, Carthusianis. Enarrationes in Libros, Iusue, Iudicum... Coloniae: Petrus Quentell, 1535. Folio, contemp. 1/2 pigskin over bds; worn, clasps lacking. . With woodcut device on title page, decorated initials. Inscription on t-p of Georgius Leonhardus Modelius, dated 1665 & further inscriptions on front free pastedown. Impressed and ink library stamps to t-p. Scattered spotting and dust soiling. Adams D-554. $400-600

433 122519/25 3 vols. Busti, Bernardinus de. Rosarium Sermonum Per Quadragesiman. Brescia: Mariam Marchettum, 1588. 4to, later 3/4 vellum & marbled bds; worn. With ptrs device on title-page. Lib. inkstamps to t-ps, ink annotations. Scattered discoloration. Creasing. $300-500 434 122519/94 1 vol. Busti, Bernardinus De. Rosarium Sermonum. Hagenau: Heinrich Gran, for Johanne Rynman, 18 Sept. - 8 Dec., 1500. 2 parts in 1 vol. Folio, later blind-tooled vellumized pigskin over bds; lacking a clasp, some worming, worn. Illuminated initials in red and blue throughout, some elaborate gilt initials. 614 leaves. 58 lines. 270 x 185mm sheet size; text 210 x 140mm. Contemp. ink signatures and flourishes on title page. Library inkstamps on verso of title page & aa2, some very small wormholes on first few leaves, some pen annotations and underlining. Some discoloration. Tear to head of EE3, does not affect text, 4 inch tear to EE4 from foot of page, some text affected. Goff B-1337; BMC III, 688. $3,000-5,000 435 122519/280 2 vols. Clement of Alexandria [Titus Flavnius Clemens]: Omnia Quae Quidem Extant Opera. Florence: Laur. Torrentinus, 1551. Folio, old Flemish blind-stamped calf over wooden bds, the front centered by a panel of Saint Gertrude in an architectural frame, the rear panel a coat of arms of Philip Hosdin, the 20th Abbott of Louvain, dated 1557; spine rebacked, surface cracking, clasps absent. With an engraved title-page. Paste-downs are earlier latin manuscripts. 2 ink stamps and some staining and smudging to title page. Dampstaining to lower 2 inches of gutter & foredge corner of front matter. See lot 477 for a similar binding. * Heidelberg: Typographeio, 1592 ed. in Greek of the preceding title. Folio, vellum; lacking ties. Printer’s device on title page. Contemp. manuscript inscriptions on front matter. Moderate staining throughout, including title-page. Wear to page edges. Adams C-2104. Titus Flavinius Clemens (c150-c215); Christian theologian and teacher at the school of Alexandria $500-800 436 122519/194 4 vols. 16th & 17th C. Sm. Format French Imprints: Jansen, Cornelius. Episcopi Gandavensis Homiliae in Evangelia. Lyon: apud Carolum Pesnot, 1578. 8vo, old gilt-decorated calf; worn, bds becoming detached. Ink stamp on title page & verso, other scattered wear and dust soiling. * Erasmus. Encomium Moriae. Lyons: Jacobum Marci, 1617. 12mo, contemp. vellum. Some contemp. annotations. * Johannes Busaeus. Enchiridion Piarum Meditationum. Douai: Baltazaris Bekkerum 1613. 12mo, orig. vellum, spine defective. 79

Contemp. annotations. Lacking last several pp. * Du Vair, Guillaume La Philosophie Morale des Stoiques avec le Manuel d’Epictete. Paris: Langelier, c1594. 2 parts in 1 vol. 12mo, contemp. vellum. Engraved title page. All not collated by presumed complete. $300-500 437 122519/37 1 vol. Hosius, Stanislaus; Haller, Leonhard. Von Dem Hellen Diser Zeit Von Vilen Hoch Geruembten Klaren und Offenberem Wort Gottes. Ingoldstadt: Alexander und Samuel Weissenborn, 1559-1563. 4to, roll-tooled vellumized pigskin over bds; 1 clasp defective, worn. Ink library stamp to title page. Text generally clean. [Bound with:] Albertus, Johannes. Christliche und Gegruendete Widerlegung Wider Das Unchirstlich und Ungegruendt Schreiben. Ingoldstadt: Weissenhorn, 1563. 2 parts in 1 vol. Stanislaus Hosius (1504-1579); Polish Cardinal. $300-500 438 122519/47 1 vol. [Pontifical] Pontificale Romanum ad Omnes Pontificias Ceremonias. Venice: Iuntas, 1561. Folio, later bds; worn, spine defective. Printed throughout in red and black, printed music & occasional woodcuts in text. Ex-library ink stamp to title page, scattered dust-soiling and creasing. First 2 leaves tipped in and reinforced by gutter. Colophon page loose, but present. $1,000-1,500 See color illustration on page 68 441 439 122519/88 1 vol. Polanco, Juan Alphonso: Breve Directorium Ad Confessarii ac Confitentis. Louvain: Hieronymum Wellaeum, 1576. 12mo, contemp. vellum; worm, lacking ties. Light discoloration, ink lib. stamp & label to title-page. [Bound with:] Methodus Confessionis. Louvain: Hieronymum Wellaeum, 1576. Some occasional early ink underlining and annotation. Dustsoiling. Occasional dampstaining to 2nd title. Lacking final blank. [Palau 2310210.] $250-400 440 122519/200 2 vols. Gregory IX, Pope: Decretales. Lyons: Ad Salamandrae, Sennetonios Bros., 1554. Folio, pigskin over bds; worn, clasps defective. Woodcut bordered title page, in red and black, decorated initials & red & black text throughout. Ex-libris ink stamp to verso of title-page, worming to edges of front & rear matter, occasional light dampstaining and toning to page edges. Apparantly complete.* The 1555 ed. of the preceding. Woodcut bordered title page, in red and black, decorated initials & red & black text throughout. Ex-libris ink stamp to verso of title-page, light worming to edges of front & rear matter, occasional light dampstaining and toning to page edges. Apparantly complete. $300-500

441 122519/274 1 vol. Smetius, Martinus. Inscriptionum Antiquarum Quae Passim Per Europam. Accessit Auctarium a Iusto Lipsio. [Leiden]: Plantin, 1588. Folio, contemporary vellum; soiled and worn, hinges stressed. With engraved title-page, 175 leaves of engraved plates. Scattered light to moderate soiling, B6 with tape edge repair, some dampstaining to edge leaves. 410 x 270mm - sheet size; text 333 x 215mm. Adams S-1309. $1,500-2,500 442 122519/255 4 vols. Alciatus, Andreus. Patritii Et I.C. Mediolan In. Lyons, 1560. 5 vols in 4. Folio, 3 vols. rebound in modern cloth, 1 vol in old vellum; worn. Library inkstamps to title pages, moderate spotting and discoloration. Some scattered repairs. Apparantly complete, not collated. Andrea Alciato (1492-1550); Italian jurist & writer. $300-500


445 122519/29 1 vol. Athanasius, Saint; Erasmus, edited by. Opera. J. Knoblouchum, March 1522. 1st ed. Folio, blind-stamped pigskin over bds; worn, lacking clasps. With woodcut bordered title page, other decorated initials. 51 lines. 505 x 215mm - sheet size. Lib. inkstamp to lower margin of t-p, other marginal ink annotations. Light dampstaining to head of leaves, BBiiii discolored, small wormhol Hiii-L. Adams A-2080; the first edition edited by Erasmus. $1,000-1,500 446 122519/190 2 vols. Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage; Desiderius, Erasmus, edited by. Opera. Basel: Ex Officina Froben, 1525. Folio, later bds; spine reinforced. With printer’s device on title page, decorated initials. Contemporary pen inscriptions and some underlining. Ex-libris ink stamp on title page. Front matter with some creasing, dust soiling and spotting. Adams C-3151. * The Antwerp: Petrus Belleri, 1589 ed. of the preceding. Folio, modern buchram. Library inkstamps and dampstaining to edge of front matter. Scattere discoloration. Pages possibly trimmed. Adams C-3166. $400-600


443 122519/244 4 vols. [Canon Law] Turrecremata, Johannes de. Repertorium in Omnes Commentarios. Venice: Hieronymous Scoti, 1578. Folio, later 3/4 vellum & marbled bds; worn & bds becoming detached. With ptrs device on title page. Ink stamp to t-ps, other scattered dust soiling and wear. Not collated, but presumed complete. Not in Adams. $250-400 444 122519/106 1 vol. [Psalm Book] Psalmorum Liber. Lyons: Sebastian Gryphium, 1554. 16mo, later gilt calf; extremities worn. Ptrs device on title page. 303pp. Some heads shaved. Contemporary ownership name on t-p, ink library stamp. Pages lightly discolored and with some old ink stains. $200-300

447 122519/164 1 vol. Erasmus, Desiderius: Familiarum Colloquiorum. Strassburg: Johannes Knoblouchum & Paul Getz, October, 1522. Sm. 8vo, contemp. pigskin; affected by worm, worn, inner hinge loose, clasps defective. Woodcut border on title page and dedication page. Title page dustsoiled, and with light discoloration. [Bound with:] Parabolarum seu Similium Liber Elegantissimus. Strassburg: Joannes Knoblouchum, 4 September, 1521. [Bound with:] Enchiridion Militis Christiani [Handbook of a Christian Knight]. Mainz: Joannes Schoeffer, 1 December, 1522. [Bound with:] Collectanea Adagiorum Veterum. N.p.: Aedibus Scheurerianis, June 1521. [Also bound with:] Petrus Moselanus. Paedologia Protogensis in Puerorum Usum Conscriptla. Strassburg, December, 1521. Contemporary annotations in text, other dust soiling and light spotting. Familiarum Colloquirum was originally written to teach Latin grammer, however it evolved into a social commentary and eventually the book was banned from use in schools and placed on the list of Prohibted books in 1564; Erasmus collection in the Herzog A Bibliotek; Bibliotheca Erasmiana. $4,000-6,000 81

450 122519/36 1 vol. Ludolphus, de Saxonia [Ludolph of Saxony]. Vita Christi [Life of Christ]. Paris: Thielmani Keruer, 1539. 8vo, later calf, page edges stained red; spine reinforced, extremitied worn. With woodcut titlepage border and device, text printed in red and black. Woodcut illus. and decorated initials. Some staining to lower and upper 1 1/2 inches of title page and first 12 leaves, unobtrusive ink library stamp to title page. Staining affecting rear matter. Pages possibly trimmed. Adams L-1681. $600-800


448 122519/52 2 vols. Ambrose, Saint, Bishop of Milan; Erasmus, edited by. Opera Omnia. Basel: Froben & Episcopium, March 1538. 4 vols in 2. Folio, blindstamped pigskin over bds; worn, clasps defective. Diagrams & decorated initials. 45 lines. 337 x 235mm - sheet size; text 245 x 15mm. p85 lacking, replaced in ms., small area trimmed from lower edge of AA1(blank) on both vols. Ink stamps to title pages and colophons, scattered dust soiling, some worming in rear matter. Text generally clean. Adams A-937. $400-600 449 122519/31 2 vols. Crabbe, Petrus, edited by; Catholic Church Councils. Conciliorum Omnium Tam Generalium ....Particularium. Cologne: Petrus Quentel, August 1538- Dec. 1539. Folio, contemp. blind-stamped pigskin over bds, metal fittings; worn, clasps defective. With pictorial woodcut bordered titles pages. Title pages with ex-libris inkstamps and impressed stamps. Dust-soiled. Adams C-2769. $250-400

451 121739/13A 4 vols. 16th & 17th C. Imprints: (Petrarch, Francesco) [Petrarch]. Ill Petrarcha Con L’Espositione D’A.Vellutello. (Venice: Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1552). 8vo, 19th-century calf. Engraved title, woodcut map, headpiece, decorated initials. Trimmed - heads shaved close. Some dampstaining & minor chipping to table & colophon leaves at back. Ex-library blind stamp on front & back matter. Adams P-819. * Lavazzuoli, Jacopo. Helicon Jacobi Laverzoli. (Ferrariae: Franciscum Rubeum Valentinum, 1535.) 4to, 19th-century bds. A-C4. Wide margins. Some worming in bottom margins, first & last leaves slightly dust-soiled, old annotations at foot of first leaf recto. OCLC 457690599 - recording 1 copy. * Fonseca, Pedro da. Isagoge Philosophica. Lisbon: Antonia Alvarer, 1591. 8vo, 19th-century bds; front cover detached. Internally generally clean. OCLC 81469022 - recording 1 copy. * Izquierdo, Sebastian; Ignatius, of Loyola, Saint. Practica di Alcuni Esercitiz Spirituali di S. Ignatio. (Rome: Verase, 1686). 8vo, 19th-century bds. With 8 full page engravings. Dampstaining at upper gutters of second half, touching text & images. Minor internal wear, a few small repairs, title-page slightly dust soiled. 12 parts of 8pp, each with a part title & full page engraving on its verso. Spiritual excercises & meditations. OCLC 25454181 - recording 3 copies. $600-800 452 121890/14 1 vol. (stiff wrappers.) Guevara, Antonio de. Le Segunda Parte del Libro Ilamandu Monte Caluario. Valladolid: De Villaquiran, 1549. Folio, old limp vellum; worn & affected by damp. Title in red and black, decorated initials. Some internal dampstaining. Leaves 191 & 192 defective. Sold with all faults. OCLC 807805443; [Palau 110365.] $300-500



453 122519/265 3 vols. [16th C. Imprints]: Parisius, Flaminius. I.C. Consentini et in Almo Urbis Gymnasio Iuris Pontificij Primarij Interpretis De Resignatione Beneficiorum Tractatus. Venice: Haeredem Hieronymi Scoti, 1595. 2 vols in 1. Folio, later calf over bds; worn and scuffed. With ptrs device on title pages. 1st t-p loose, but present. Lib. inkstamp and edge wear to t-p, other scattered creasing and some spotting. Adams 346 - variant, vol. 1 & 2 complete, however lacking c-e8f6(?), but with 207pp “Interpretis.� * De Cassia, Simonis. Opus in IV Evangelia, quod Inscribitur de Gestis Dominus Salvatoris in XV Libb. Distributum. Coloniae, 1540. Folio, later vellum. Decorated initials Title-page tipped in & other repairs to front matter. Library inkstamp and label to t-p., some dampstaining to upper right corner through front matter, other dustsoiling and signs of worm. Lacking signatures kkkk-qqqq at rear. See Adams C-858. * _ _ Egregii Evangelicae Veritatis Enarratoris. Coloniae : Ex officina Melchioris Nouesiani, 1540. Folio, contemp. vellum; wrinkled and stained. Lacking endpapers. Inner hinge reinforced. 3 library ink stamps and contemp. annotations on title page. Scattered dust smudging. $400-600 454 122519/39 1 vol. [Hebrew Printing] Elias, Levita. [Johannes Vallensis.] Opus de Prosodia Hebraeorum. Paris: Bogardum, 1545. 4to, old calf; rubbed & worn, crudely repaired, bdg broken. Woodcut frontis. Lacking leaf b2. Minor dust smudging. Old ink ms shoulder notes. Ex-library ink stamp & ink control number on title, stamp & label on verso. Wide

fore & bottom edge margins. Adams E-112.[Bound with:] Juhuda Ibn Balam. Brevis Tractatus de Accentibus Trium Liborum, Job, Proverb & Psalms. Paris: Charles Estienne, 1566. 4to, 6 leaves. Woodcut device on title. Wide fore & bottom edge margins. Ink library control number on title. OCLC 493102758. [Also Bound with:] Abraham Ibn Ezra. Decologus Praeceptorum. Paris: Robert Estienne, 1566. 4to, 8 leaves. Woodcut device on title. Wide fore & bottom edge old ink ms shoulder notes. [Also Bound with:] Juhuda Ibn Balam. Liber de Accentibus Scripturae. Paris: Robert Estienne, 1565. 4to, 27 leaves. Old ink ms shoulder notes. Wide fore & bottom margins. Ink stamp on colophon. Some minor dampstaining to margins of all titles. See Steinschneider columns 1294-1297 for Juhuda Ibn Balam titles; See column 1681 for Abraham Ibn Ezra; Elias Levita (1469-1549); Renaissance scholar & poet; Juhuda Ibn Balam; grammarian & talmudist. $2,000-3,000 455 122519/42 1 vol. Theophylactus, Arch. Bishop of Ohrid: Enarrationes in Quatuor Evangelia Continens. Basel: Cratland, Aug. 1541. Folio, 18th century calf, raised spine bands, edges stained red; corners bumped, wear to edges. With woodcut bordered title page (ink stamp, small puncture & contemporary inscriptions.) With devices. Scattered creasing and occasional soiling. Replaced endpapers. [Bound with:] In Omnes Pauli Epistolas Ennarrationes... Basel, March 1540. Adams 592 & 605. Theophylid of Ohrid (1055-1107); $300-500 83


456 122519/115 1 vol. [Bible in Latin.] Biblia, ad Vetustissima Exemplaria Castigata. Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 1567. Edited by Johannes Hentenius. Louvain Edition of the Latin Vulgate. 8vo, later calf; front bd detached, worn. With engraved border on title page. Contemporary and early inscriptions on title page, some worming to upper left corner. Replaced endpapers. Heads trimmed close. Light to moderate staining to page edges. [Darlow & Moule 6150.] $300-500 457 122519/257 1 vol. Aquinas, Thomas. Opuscula. Lyons: Jacob Iuntae, 1562. Folio, old vellum; worn, dust-soiled, front detached from text block. With ptrs device on title-page. Ink library stamps and impressed stamp on t-p, other scattered spotting and discoloration throughout. Complete. Adams A-1400. $300-500 458 131012/14 1 vol. [Bible in English] The Book of Common Prayer. London: John Baskett, 1739. 4to, contemp. gilt morocco, scarlet morocco spine label, raised spine bands. [Bound with:] [Senex, John; Taylor, William?]

Sacred Geography. London: Richard Ware, 1725. With 6 folding maps & plans. Splits along old folds, small edge tears. 2 ms leaves inserted. [Bound with:] The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. London: John Baskett, 1739. Toned and occasional moderate spotting. Laor 821-25, 1158; BMC 15:567.641. $250-400 459 122519/68 1 vol. [Pagninus Version of the Bible.] Biblia. Habes in Hoc Libro Prudents Lector Utriusque Instrumenti Novam Translationem. Lyon: Antonius du Ry, 1528 [Colophon: 29, January, 1527]. Translated by Sanctes Pagninus. 1st ptg of this important translation. Thick 4to, old calf, red morocco spine label; front bd detached, extremities rubbed and scuffed. Title in red and black within a woodcut border, decorated initials. Some with later crudely applied color. Ink ownership stamps on verso of title page, impressed mark Q5 - other stamped ownership labels “Property of verplanck Colviz.�. Some dampstaining to lower gutter, mostly at front matter up until M8, dampstain at head of xx6-end. Pencil underlining and some marginal pen annotations. 250-170mm - sheet size. The earliest Latin version of the Bible, made from the original Hebrew and Greek. Adams B-1008; Darlow-Moule 6108; [Rumball-Petre, #214.] $800-1,200


461 122519/84 1 vol. [Bible.] The Holie Bible Faithfully Translated Into English. Doway: Lawrence Kellam, 1610. Vol. 2 of 2 only. 4to, contemp vellum; worn, crudely fixed at hinges, lacking ties. With open tear and loss (2 x 2 inches) on lower left edge of title page, up against imprint. Other scattered wear. Sold with all faults. D. & M. 231 - editio princeps of the Roman Catholic version of the Old Testament in English; [Rumball-Petre 119.] $200-300

464 122519/221 3 vols. [Hebrew Printing] (Bible in Hebrew.) Sacra Biblia Hebraea Leiden: J.G. Nisselii, 1662. 8vo, contemp. calf; worn, rubbed, spine defective, covers detached, chipped & browned along fore edge, printed title chipped & browned along fore-edge - no loss to ptg. 18th c. owner’s ink inscription at foot of engraved title, some staining to fore edges of last signature. Lacking front free endpaper, back free endpaper loose, old ink annotations at foot of t-p. D. & M. 5133. * (Bible in Hebrew.) Biblia Hebraica. Leipzig: B.C. Breitkopium, 1756. 3rd Reinessius ed. Sm. 8vo, contemp. black calf; worn & rubbed, head of spine rubbed away. Title in red & black. Fold table at back - creased. Light wear to fore edge of last signature. Old ms Hebrew title on front free endpaper & verso of fold table. Lacking back free endpaper. Ex-libris labels on front paste-down & verso of table. See D. & M. 5152. * Lange, Joachim. Clavis Hebraei Codicis. Halle: Orphanotrophei, 1735. 3rd ed. 8vo, contemp. 3/4 calf & bds; extremities rubbed. Frontis. Title in red & black. Ex-libris ink stamp on title, labels on paste-down. $300-500

462 122519/105 1 vol. [Bible.] The New Testament of Jesus Christ, Faithfully Translated in English. Antwerp: James Seidenslach, 1621. 12mo, old calf; clasps defective, loss to head and foot of spine, wear to surface. Former owner’s name on title page. Front free endpaper detached. Library markings to front and rear paste-downs, scattered soiling and some staining. D. & M. 294; [Herbert 382]; the 3rd ed. of the Roman Catholic Bible in English, but the first pocket edition; see Dearden p241. $700-1,000

465 122519/206 1 vol. [Bible In Syrian - Stereotype Printing.] Novum Testamentum Syriacumum Versione Latina. Leiden: Muller, et al, 1709. 4to, contemp. calf worn, bds detached. Contemp. & later owner’s inscriptions to front free endpaper, general light toning and discoloration throughout. Front matter and rear leaf detached, but present. D & M 8969, “This is said to be the firts book printed from stereotype”; main entry for edition dated 1708, nb. “Some copies are dated 1709.” $250-400

463 122519/102 2 vols. [17th C. Bibles in German]: Bibel Alt Und New Testament. Ingolstadt, 1602. Edited by Andreas Angermayer. Folio, contemp. blindstamped calf; clasps defective, repaired. Woodcut illus. in text & decorated initials. Lacking several pp including title page. Several leaves at front & rear with edge repairs, else text generally clean. Some ink stamps to front matter. Darlow & Moule _. * Biblia Sacra: Das Ist Die Gantze Schrift Alten und Neuen Testaments. Collen: Hermann Dehman, 1684. 3 parts in 1 vol. 8vo, contemp. blindstamped vellumized pigskin over bds, clasps; worn, some worming. With an engraved title page. Occasional contemp. ink annotations, incl. on title page. Library ink stamps on verso of title page. Light to moderate dust-soiling and some spotting throughout. $400-600

466 122519/234 1 vol. [Orphange Press Bible.] [New Testament in Greek] Halle: Orphange Press, 1710. Revision by Anastasius Michael of the translation of Maximos Kallioupolites. Edited by August Hermann Francke. 1106 pp. 12mo, contemp. vellum. Title page in red and black, fold table & 1/2 title. Library inkstamps to t-p. Scattered soiling. Lacking engraved frontis. Darlow & Moule 4960. The Halle Orphanage was founded in the 1690s by August Hermann Francke. It housed over 2,000 children, and also was home to a printing press, pharmacy and library. Franke’s latin preface givs a full account of this edition which was pub. largely at the expense of Sophia Louisa, Queen of Prussia. $400-600

460 122519/130 1 vol [Bible in Greek.] Divinae Scripturae Nempe Veteris Ac Novi Testamenti. Frankfurt: Wechel Heredes, 1597. Folio, old calf; worn & rebacked. Creasing and discoloration, scattered spotting and some dampstaining. Ink library stamp and label on title-page. Sold with all faults. Darlow & Moule 4653. $500-800 85

467 122519/46 2 vols. Eusebius, Pamphili: De Evangelica Praeparatione Libri XIIII. Cologne: Alopecius, 1539. Folio, blind-tooled calf; worn, spine cover with losses, clasps defective. Printer’s device to title-page & decorated initials. Adams E-1086. [Bound with:] Evangelicae Demonstrationis Libri X. Cologne: Melchioris, 1539. Adams E-1081. Occasional contemporary annotations. Light discoloration and some wear, however text generally clean. Each complete. * Opera. Basel: Henricus Petri, March (1549). 2 parts in 1 vol. Folio, orig. blind stamped pigskin over bds; clasps; worn. Woodcut bordered title page, other decorated initials. Ink library stamp to t-p, scattered annotations. Dampstaining to upper half of leaves, extending to whole leave near rear of book. Adams E-1071; lacking Gg-Pp as called for by Adams, but apparantly complete as is. $700-1,000 468 122519/45 1 vol. Eusebius Pamphili. Ecclestica Historiae. Paris: Robert Estienne, 1544. Folio, later vellum over bds; hinges detaching, worn. [Bound with:] Evangelicae Demonstrationis Libri X. Paris: Robert Estienne, 1544. 1st ed. [Bound with:] Euangelicae Praeparationus Lib. XV. Paris: Robert Estienne, 1544. 1st ed. Text in Greek & Latin. Library inkstamps to 1st title page, other light dust soiling and slight toning to page egdes. Some pages misnumbered. Repair to lower right corner of last leaf of last work, some creasing. Adams E-1093; E-1087 & E-1082; [Brunet II, 1107 & 1109.]1st editions, first title is the first book printed in Garamond’s Greek types. $1,500-2,500 469 122519/63 1 vol. Eusebius Pamphili. Auctores Historiae Ecclesiasticae. Basel: Froben, Aug. 1523. 1st ed. Folio, contemp. leather & bds; worn, clasps defective. Woodcut bordered leaf, decorated initials and printer’s device. Library inkstamp to title-page, scattered contemp. annotations and light to moderate spotting. Adams E-1090. Eusebius (c263-339); Roman historian. $1,500-2,500

470 122519/273 1 vol. Melanchthon, Philipp: Confessio Fidei Exhibita invictiss Imp. Carolo V. [Wittenberg], 1530. 12mo, contemp. blind-stamped pigskin over bds; extremities worn, lacking clasps. With wood-cut title page. Contemporary inscription to title page. Not in Adams. [Bound with:] Apologia Confessionis. Diligenter Recognita. (Wittenberg: Georg Rhaw, 1541-42.) With wood-cut bordered title-page. [Bound with]: Melanchthon, Philipp. Defensio Coniugii Sacerdotum Pia et Erurdita, Miss ad Regum. Wittenberg: Joannem Cratonem, 1549. [Bound with:] Lusanium, Ottomarum. Vita Domini Nostri Ihesu Christi, Hoc Est, Tocius Evangelicae Historiae Exquator... 1544. Title page in red and black. [Bound with:] Carmina Vetusta Ante Trecentos Annos Scripta... Wittenburg: Georgia Rhavi, 1548. Scattered wear, some discoloration. Phillip Melanchthon (1497-1560); German Reformer, leader in the Lutheran Reformation and collaborator of Martin Luther. $500-800 471 122519/214 1 vol. Melanchthon, Philipp. Loci Comunes, Das Ist Die Fur Nemste Artickel Christlicher. Wittenberg: Peter Seitz, 1537. Sm. 8vo, contemp. vellum, with metal clasps; worn. Endpapers are reused from an earlier printed work (remnants of old woodcut illus.) With wood-cut bordered title page and decorated initials. Light to moderate wear. See Adams M-1171 for the 1536 ed. Philip Melanchthon (1497-1560); German philosopher and collaborator of Martin Luther and founder of Lutheranism. $300-500 472 122519/259 1 vol. Lipomanus, Aloysius, Bishop of Bergano. Catena in Exodum Ex Auctoribus Ecclesiastis Plusminus Sexaginta. Paris: Carolam Guillard, 1550. Folio, modern cloth. Printer’s device to title-page. Ink library stamps to title page, early inscription on front free endpaper, other scattered wear including dustsoiling and dampstaining to lower edge of front and rear matter. Scattered light to moderate spotting. Complete. Adams L-750. Luigi Lippomano (1500-1559); Italian Cardinal. $300-500 473 122519/261 1 vol. [De Valencia, Jaime Perez.] Christopolitani Episcopi Expositio in Cantica. Venice: Bartholomæus Rubinus, 1574. 4to, contemp. vellum; soiled, lacking clasps. With wood-cut device on title page. 2 library inkstamps and contemp. inscriptions on title-page. Endpapers absent or defective. $400-600


476 122519/56 2 vols. Gregory I, Pope: Opera. Paris: Francois Regnault, 5th October 1521. Fio, later calf; worn. With woodcut illus. title-page in red & black & other decorated initials. 18th c. ink annotations on t-p. Scattered dust-soiling, Repairs and dampstaining to lower left corner of first 6 leaves, other light dampstaining to gutter throughout. Moderate dampstaining to lower 1/2 page of rear matter. Final leaf defective, with losses. Sold as is. * Omnia Quae Extant. Basel: Froben, 1564. 2 vols in 1. Folio, old gilt decorated calf; worn, spine reinforced, lacking clasps. Ptrs devices & decorated intials. 18th century annotation on title-page and final blank, lib. ink stamp to 1st t-p, occasional ink annotations in margins. Occasional light dampstaining to page corners, else text generally clean. Complete. Adams G-1171. $400-600


474 122519/27 1 vol. Tertullianus, Quintus Septimus Florus [Tertullian]. Opera. Paris: Carolam Guillard, 1545. Folio, later morocco & calf binding; worn. Printer’s device on title-page. Ink library stamps to title page, text generally clean. Early inscriptions to head of title page. Adams T-408. Tertullian (c160-225); early Christian author from Carthage. $600-800 475 122519/62 1 vol. Tertullianus, Q.S.F. [Tertullian]. Opera. Basel: [Froben], March, 1528. Folio, stamped pigskin over bds; worn, clasps defective. Printer’s device on title page & decorated initials. Recycled early manuscript leaves as paste-downs. Library inkstamp to t-p. Spotting and dustsoiling to front matter, some discoloration to other page edges. Complete. Adams T-406. $600-800

477 122519/98 1 vol. Basil the Great. Opera. Basel: Froben, 1552. Edited by J. Cornarius. Folio, old Flemish blind-stamped calf over wooden bds, the front centered by a panel of Saint Gertrude in an architectural frame, the rear panel a coat of arms of Philip Hosdin, the 20th Abbott of Louvain, dated 1557 ; rebacked, lacking clasps and studs, worn and scuffed. Decorated initials. Ink stamps to title page. Some dampstaining to lower gutter of rear matter and occasional discoloration. Creasing to front matter. Text generally clean. Adams B-340; Philip Hosdin was the 20th Abbott of the Augustinian Monastry of Saint Gertrude at Louvain; See lot 435 for a similar binding. $2,500-4,000 478 122519/236 9 vols. [17th and 18th C. Pigskin Bindings- Antwerp Imprints]: A Lapide, Cornelius. R.P. Cornelii Cornelii a Lapide. Henricum & Cornelium Verdussen, 1712. * Mansi, Josephi. Locupletissima Bibliotheca Moralis Prædicabilis. Viduam and Filium Joannis Baptistae Verdussen, 1701. * Lancicius, Nicolaus. Nicolai Lancicii. Iacobum Meursium, 1650. * A Lapide, Cornelius. Commentarii in Ecclesiasten. Iacobvm Mevrsivm, 1657. * The Hieronymum Verdussen, 1687 ed. of the preceding. * _ _ Commentaria in Qvatvor Prophetas Mairoes. Martinvm Nvtivm, 1625. * _ _ . Commentaria in Pentateuchum Mosis. Henricum et Cornel Verdussen, 1697. * _ _ Commentarius in Ieremiam Prophetam. Henricus and Cornelis Verdussen, 1692. * _ _ Commentarius in Iosue, Iudicum, Ruth, IV. Ioannem Meursium, 1642. All with blind-stamped pigskin over bds; worn, some clasps defective. $400-600 87

479 122519/7 1 vol. Livius Pativinus, Titus. [Livy]. Historicus Duobis Libris. Mainz: Joannis Schoeffer, November, 1518. Folio, blind-stamped pigskin over bds, brass corners; worn, lacking clasps. With woodcut title page, other woodcut bordered pages and decorated initials. 53/54 lines. 330 x 210mm - sheet size. Contemp. ink annotations (dated 1518) to t-p, other dust smuding and some staining. Library instamp to verso of t-p, occasional dampstaining throughout. s4 with closed edge tear. Rear matter affected by worm. Contemp. inscriptions to front paste down, dated 1545, belonging to Amesunxen(?) Cathedral. Some dustsoiling to margins, discoloration & damage to f203, very lightly affected by worn. Adams L-1321. Livy (c59BC-17AD); Roman History, only surviving work is his “History of Rome” $1,500-2,500 480 122519/4 1 vol. [Aldine Press] Asconius Pedianus, Quintus. Expositio in IIII Orationes M. Tulli Ciceronis Contra C. Verrem. Venice: Aldus, 1547. 8vo, old vellum over bds, spine label; wear. Ex-libris copy with ink stamps to title page & f24. Occasional spotting, otherwise generally clean. Complete. Adams A-2056; [Brunet I, 523.] Quintus Asconius Pedianus (c9BC-36AD); Roman grammarian & historian. $500-800 481 122519/64 7 vols. [Aldine Press] Cicero, Marcus Tullius. [Opera, Ed. P. Manutius several titles]: De Philosophia,... Venice, 1546. 2 vols. * Rhetoricorum ad C. Herennium libre III. V., 1550. [Bound with:] Orator. V., 1550. [Also Bound with:] De Claris Oratoribus...Brutus. V., 1550. * Orationum. V., 1550. 3 vols. * Epistolae Familiares. V., 1552. All 8vo, uniform contemp. vellum. Ex-libris ink stamps on title pages, other markings. See Adams 1644. $800-1,200 482 122519/201 1 vol. Luther, Martin. Colloquia oder Tischreden. Frankfurt: Peter Schmid, 1567. Folio, contemp. pictorial blind-stamped pigskin over wooden bds, stamped ‘A. V. S. Z. NP.; worn, lacking clasps. With woodcut decorated title page & decorated initials. Library inkstamp to title page, small edge tears and worming at lower edge. Front paste down with former owner’s inscriptions. Tear to colophon page, no significant losses. Dampstaining to rear matter. $300-500


483 122519/147 2 vols. Luther, Martin: Colloquia Oder Tischreden. Eisleben: Urban Gaubisch, 1570 (date on colophon - 3 August, 1569). Folio, blind-stamped pigskin over bds, stamped ‘M.I.W.’; worn, clasps defective. Title page in red & black with woodcut vignette of Luther, another woodcut on colophon page. With 17th century & other ownership inscriptions to front paste down. Title page repaired, and with lib. inkstamps. Pages toned.* Pastorale Lutheri, das ist: Nutzlicher und notiger Unterricht. Leipzig: Gedruckt zu Eissleben: Durch Andream Petri, 1586. 4to, contemp. pictorial stamped pigskin; worn, clasps defective. Titlepage in red and black. Pages discolored, edges with small tears. $700-1,000 484 122519/134 1 vol. Fisher, John: Assertionis Lutherane Confutatio. Antwerp: Steelsium, 1537. 2 vols in 1. 12mo, later 1/2 leather & bds; worn. Contemporary annotations and some ink staining to title-page. Text generally clean. Adams F-520. [Bound with:] Sacri Sacerdotii Defensio Contra Lutherum. Antwerp: Steelsium, 1537. John Fisher (1459-1535); English cardinal and martyr; this work was the most important refutation of Martin Luther by an Englishman. $400-600


485 122519/264 1 vol. Calepinus, Ambrosius. Dictionarium. Lyons: Henricpatrina, August, 1570. Folio, later pebbled cloth; worn, lacking spine cover. Printer’s device on title-page. Contemporary annotations to title page, scattered smuffing and dust-soiling. Some heads trimmed close. Lacking final 2pp. Pages discolored. Sold with all faults. Adams C-213. $200-300 486 122519/222 1 vol. Medina, Miguel de. Christianae Paraenesis,.. Venice: Giordano Ziletti, 1564. 1st ed. Folio, later stained green vellum over bds; bdg worn, spine cover lacking. Printer’s device on title-page. Contemp. ink annotations Miguel de Medina (1489-1578); Spanish theologian. This is the 1st ed. of his 1st work. $300-500 487 122519/86 1 vol. Vergil, Polydore. Anglicae Historiae Libri Uigintisex [English History]. Basel: Michael Isingrinius, 1546. Folio, later vellum over bds, morocco spine label; worn. Printer’s device on titlepage, woodcut borders on a2 & 3 and other decorated initials. T-p repaired. With contemp. ink inscriptions on t-p. Adams V-447. $500-800 488 122519/143 2 vols. Biel, Gabriel. Sacri Canonis Misse Expositio. Lyons: J. Cleyn, Oct., 1514. Folio, modern black buchram. Title page printed in red, decorated initials. Library ink stamps to title and 1st page, other contemporary inscriptions on front matter and in margins. Light discoloration, mostly at page edges, some creasing on last pp. [Adams B-2014.] $600-800 489 122519/159 2 vols. Biel, Gabriel. Repertoriu Generale in Quator Collectoriis.... Lyons: Johannes Clein, 24 September 1519. 4 parts in 2 vols. Folio, contemp. limp vellum; creased and stained, lacking clasps. Vol. 1 with woodcut title page in red and black. Both vols with decorated initials. First 5pp, incl. title page affected by worming. Ink library stamp to title pages. Vol. 1 with recycled latin manuscript endpapers. Scattered light to moderate discoloration, occasional spotting. Adams B-2003. Gabriel Biel (c1420-1495); German scholastic philosopher. $800-1,200


490 122519/270 3 vols. Ambrosius, Saint. [Ambrosius, Aurelius.] Opera. Basel: Petri for Koberger, [25 June?], 1516. Parts I, II & III. Folio, contemp. blindstamped vellumized pigskin. With woodcut engraved title pages in red and black, other wood-engraved title pages for parts. Library inkstamp to lower right corner of t-p, lightly affected by worm through front & rear matter. Old ink annotations & some underlining throughout. Some dustsoiling, corner tear to y2 of vol. 1 & F126. [BMC German, p 25.] Saint Ambrosius (c340-c397); Archbishop of Milan and one of the original four Doctors of the Church. $3,000-5,000 See color illustration on page 68 491 122519/271 1 vol. Paltz, Johann Von: Celifodina Absconditos Scripturae Thesauros Pandes. (Leipzig: Martinus Lantzperg, March 27, 1511. Sm. 4to, blind-stamped pigskin on bds; extremities worn, worm holes, clasps lacking. With wood-cut title page of the cruxifiction. Inkstamp to title page. Worm holes to lower margin throughout text. Dampstaining to page edges, scattered minor to moderate 89

dustsoiling. [Bound with:] Supplementu Celifodine. Leipzig: Martinus Lantzberg, Aug. 10, 1510. Woodcut title page. Text generally clean. Some light dampstaining to rear matter. Contemporary annotations to colophon page and rear paste-down. Johann Von Paltz; Augustine Reformer, orator, best known as Martin Luther’s teacher. $800-1,200 492 122519/100 1 vol. Eck, Johann von, Dr. Opera Contra Ludderum. Prima Pars. Augsburg: A. Vueissenhorn, 1530. Part 1 only. Folio, 1/2 blind-stamped pigskin over bds; worn, clasps defective. With woodcut title page. Previous owner’s inscription at head of t-p. Small tears to lower edge of M6N4, not affecting text, light to moderate toning to page edges. Light worming e6-end. Complete for part 1. See Adams E-23. [Bound with:] Arnobius, the Younger. Commentarii in Omnes Psalmes. Basel: Froben, 1522. 1st ed. edited by Erasmus. With woodcut bordered title page. Some spotting and discoloration. Lightly affected by worm. A. B-1402. Johannes Eck (1486-1543); German scholastic theologian. $400-600 493 122519/285 1 vol. Eck, Johann von, Dr. In Summulas Petri Hispani Extemporaria... Augsburg: In (Ex) off. Millerana, 1516. 1st ed. 4to, contemp. parchment covered bds; affected by worming and staining, spine repaired. Title page with large printer’s device and text in red and black. Diagrams in text. Contemporary inscriptions on title page and margins throughout. Lacking B6. Library markings, scattered library ink stamps. Light worming affecting front matter. Early armorial bookplate on front paste-down. Complete. Adams E-57; Includes U (1)-(IV), not called for by Adams. $500-800 494 122519/76 2 vols. Richard of Middleton [Ricardus de Media Villa]: Opera. Venice: Lararum Soardum, 1 June 1507. Folio, 18th c. vellum; edge worn. Decorated initials. Lib. inkstamp to title page. Moderate dampstaining to p1-3. Small tear to colophon page, not affecting text.* Sententiarum Questiones Persubtilissime. Venice: Lararum Soardum, 28 March 1509. Folio, 18th century vellum, page edges tinted; edge worn. Decorated initials. Library inkstamps to titlepages. Light dampstaining to title page. Text generally clean. Adams M-1419 & M-1420. Richard of Middleton (1249-1302); member of the Franciscan order and Philosopher. $1,200-1,800

495 122519/53 1 vol. Richardus de Sancto Victore. De Superdivina Trinitate Theologicu Opus. Paris: H: Stephani, 15 July, 1510. Sm. 4to, 18th century bds; worn and scuffed, foot of spine defective. Page edges tinted red. Decorated initials. Dampstaining to A8 near gutter. Occasional contemporary annotations. Possibly trimmed. [Bound with:] Clichtoveus, Judocus [Clichtove, Josse.] De Doctrina Moriendi... Paris: Simonis Colingi, 2 March 1520. 1st ed. Woodcut decorated title page and other woodcut, both depicting skulls. Library inkstamp on title page over woodcut. Contemporary owner’s name on title. Some dampstaining to gutter, occasional underlining. Adams R-505 & C-2182. Josse Von Clichtove (1473-1543); Belgian theologian, the above work prepared a Christian for death. $1,000-1,500 496 122519/179 1 vol. [Armorial Binding] Suetonius Tranquillus, Caius. [Lives of the Ceasars.] The Hague: Johannem a Velsen, 1691. 4to, contemp. armorial gilt vellum over bds; scuffed and worn. With additional engraved title page, 10 port. plates & 2 fold facs. Light occasional spotting. $150-250 497 122519/44 1 vol. Pelbartus, Oswaldus, de Themeswar. Stellarium Corone Benedicte Marie Virginis... Hagenau: Henrich Gran, April 1501. 4to, later vellum & bds; worn. 162 leaves. 58 lines. 260 x 195mm - sheet size; text 206 x 135mm. Some light worming to lower edge of leaves 1 & 2, discoloration and some dust-soiling to front matter. Dampstaining to lower edge of front and rear matter. Occasional marginal annotations & underlining & penned name to title page. Lib. inkstamp on f3; 13-7 replaced in manuscript. Worming to lower edge of last 8 leaves, small edge tear a8. Adams P-571. Pelbartus Ladislaus of Themeswar; (1430-1504); Franciscan writer and preacher. $700-1,000 498 122519/125 1 vol. Pelbartus, Oswaldus, de Themeswar. Aureum Rosarium Theologie Ad Sententiarum Quattuor Libros. Hagenau, 15 May, 1504. Thick sm folio, modern pigskin. 56 lines. 258 x 190mm - sheet size; text 206 x 135mm. First few leaves with repaired edges, library stamps. a6 with torn edge, some penned marginal annotations and dampstaining in center. [Adams P-552.] $1,200-1,800




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INCUNABULA Lots 499-516 499 122519/43 1 vol. Hilarius, Saint, Bishop of Poiters. De Trinitate Contra Arianos. [With Other Tracts.] (Milan: Leonardus Pachel, May 26, July 9), [1489]. In 2 parts. Edited by Georgius Cribellus. Folio, later 3/4 calf & bds; worn. 165 (of 166) leaves. Lacking final blank. 58 lines. 295 x 200 mm - sheet size; text 215 x 145 mm. Light to moderate spotting and dust-soiling to first 2 leaves. Dampstaining to upper page edges. Goff H-269; Hain 2038; BMC IV, 777, (IB 26629); Hain 8666. $4,000-6,000 500 122519/110 1 vol. Bridget, Saint [of Sweden]. Das Puch Der Himlischen Offenbarung [Revelations]. (Nuremberg: Anton Koberger for Florian Waldauf, 12 July), [1502]. 1st complete ed. in High German. Folio, later calf; 11 pages of woodcuts incl. the arms of Maximilion I, the arms of Waldauf; the Crucifixion, the entry in Jerusalem, Saint Bridget & other in-text illus. The two armorial woodcut arms are said to be by Albrecht Durer, the rest assigned to his workshop and probably by ‘Birgitten-Meister’. Hand-colored by an early hand. Woodcut on verso of z2 affected by worm. Rubricated. 380 (of 382 leaves). 53 lines & headline. 11 1/8 x 8mm - sheet size. Library inkstamps to leaf [*]2, ink library stamp to [*]iii recto, to margin (not affecting woodcut), occasional signs of worm. Discolored. Lacking leaf [i]1 (title page with woodcut port) & final blank. Some heads shaved close. Rear matter affected by worm. BMSTC, German p153; See Kurth p22 - where he asserts more of the woodcuts are actually by Durer. Saint Bridget (1303-1373); Mystic and Saint. This edition was printed by Koberger at the request of of Florian Waldauf Von Waldenstein, secretary to Emperor Maximilian I. The two woodcut arms of Waldauf and Maximilian are new to this edition. $10,000-15,000 See color illustration on page 69 501 122519/51 1 vol. Incunable. [Modus Perveniendi Ad Summam Sapientiam.] [Augsburg: Gunther Zainer, c1473.] Folio, modern library bds. 22 (of 24) leaves. 285 x 196mm- sheet size. 33 lines to the page. Library inkstamp to margin of 1 leaf. Occasional minor annotations and light dust soiling to leaf 1. Text generally clean. Goff M-762 - recording 2 copies; BMC II, p320 (Ib 5551); Hain 11490. $2,000-3,000

502 122519/82 1 vol. Aureolus, Petrus. Compendium Litteralis Sensus Totius Bibliae. [Strassburg: Georg Husner], [1476]. Folio, old calf, rubbed & worn, spine gone. 147 leaves. 267 x 200mm - sheet size. Rubricated. Ex-libris ink stamp on fore-edge margin of folio 2 recto, blind at margin rectos of folios 3 & 4, ink stamp at foot of folio 31. Some dampstaining in margins of folios 138 & 139, but internally crisp & generally clean, good margins. Goff A-1393; Hain 2141; BMC I, p83. $2,500-4,000 See color illustration on page 70 503 122519/93 1 vol. [Early Latin Glossary] Maius, Junianus. De Priscorum Proprietate Verborum. [Treviso: Bernardus de Colonia, 1477.] Folio, contemp. tooled calf over bds, brass clasps; affected by worm, extremities worn, spine reinforced, clasps defective. Rubricated. With 328 (of 330) leaves. 51 lines. 336 x 231mm - sheet size. Occasional light to moderate dust soiling - very minor signs of worm. Text generally clean. Goff M-96- recording 16 copies; BMC VI, 892 (IB 28393); one of only 3 known works from the press of Bernardus. It also contains a notice of the invention of printing. Reprinted from the editio princeps of Moravus, Naples 1475. $4,000-6,000 504 122519/95 1 vol. [Early Canon Law] Furter, Michael. Formularium Advicatirum et Procuratorum Romane Curie et Regij Parleamenti. Basel: [Michael Furter?], 10 March 1493. 4to, later tooled calf, page edges marbled; worn. 229 (of 230) leaves, lacking final blank. 42 lines. 203 x 146mm - sheet size. Ink stamps to title-page, tear and loss to lower right corner of title, not affecting text (touching close to text on verso.) Dampstaining to initial 18pp, other text generally clean. Goff F-268-recording 3 copies; BMC III, 787-8; [Kaplan 214] $1,000-1,500


506 122519/150 1 vol. Dionysius, the Areopagite. Opera. Caelestis Hierarchia. Ecclesiastius Hierarchia. Divine nominaim. (Venice: Joannes Tacuinus da Trino, 21 November, 1502.) Folio, later calf, gilt-lettered spine label; scuffed and worn, loss to head of spine. With wood-cut title page, decorated initials & diagrams in text. 42 lines. 300 x 205 - sheet size; text 230 x 140mm. Contemp. marginal annotations, dampstaining heaf of pages a-diii & piii to end, a few library stamps. As issued. ff. 143. Adams D-522; [BMC VII: 367(89); Kristeller 328.] Dionysius the Areopagite (5th-6th century); neoplatonic philosopher very influential on Christian mysticism. $800-1,200 507 122519/122 1 vol. Angelus de Clavasio. Summa Angelica De Casibus Conscientiae. Venice: Georgius Arrivabenus, 22 Oct. 1487. 2nd ed. 4to, old vellum, page edges stained; scuffed and worn. 370 leaves, 53 lines. 215 x 165 - sheet size; text 175 x 130mm. Occasional contemporary marginal annotations and light dust soiling. Contemporary inscription on front free endpaper. d2 discolored. Penned contemp. name ‘Del Com.. degli Angeli de Vio/ Venice/ 1487’ on front endpaper, library stamp mark to 2nd f. & z3. [Goff A-714]; A dictionary of Moral Theology and Canon Law. $3,000-5,000


505 122519/97 1 vol. Priscianus. Opera. (Venice: Marcus Comitibus & Gerardus Alexandrius, 1476). 4to, later gilt morocco, a.e.g.; worn, bds detached. With 349 of 350 leaves. 35 lines. 270 x 185mm - sheet size; text 195 x 105mm. Lacking a1 (blank?). Leaf A2 is cropped, with missing text made up in manuscript on verso & recto. Ink lib. stamp to upper right corner of aii, small loss and wear to upper right corner of aiii-cv, not affecting text. Light dampstaining to upper gutter by page edge. rriii dust-soiled, r10 with puncture and repair. Other leaves generally clean. [Goff P-965; BMC V, 242.]; contains the well-known “Institutiones Grammaticae.” Priscianus (c500); Latin grammarian $2,000-3,000

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508 122519/123 1 vol. Rupertus, Abbas Tuitiensis. De Victoria Verbi Dei. [Augsburg]: Anton Sorg, 1487. Edition Princeps. 1st ed. Folio, old 1/2 pigskin over wooden bds, clasps; worn. 113 of 114 leaves, lacking final blank. 49 lines & headline. 47 lines. 265 x 190mm - sheet size; text 185 x 120mm. Rubrication throughout. Dampstaining, mostly to page edges of front & rear matter, light dust-soiling and spotting. Small puncture to head of title page, o3/o4 back to front, dated inscription to t-p, other library stamps. Occasional penned annotations. Goff R - 365-recording 11 copies; Donau 421, BMC II, 353 & Hain 14046.[Bound with:] Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. Expositio Evangelii Secundum Johannem. [Basel: Johann Amerbach, not after 1491.] 205 of 206 leaves. 53 lines, head line & marginalia. Lacking final blank. 2 x 2 inch loss to lower fore-edge corner of title page, ink library stamp to t-p and old ink annotations. Dust-soiling to t-p & dampstaining to a7-b2. Occasional marginal annotation. Goff A-1275 - recording 10 copies; BMC III, 753; hain 1982. $5,000-7,000 See color illustration on page 70 509 122519/124 1 vol. [De Padua, Albertus]; De Dinkelsbuel, Nicolaus. Concordantia in Passionem Dominica only, from Expositio Evangeliorim Dominicalium et Festivalium. [Ulm: Johann Zainer, 15 June, not after 1479.] Sm. folio, later calf; bdg defective. 36 unumbered leaves. 41 lines & headlines. 266 x 196mm - sheet size. Large rubricated initial on leaf 1. Some spotting and dust-soiling to leaf 1, small library inkstamp and paper lable to leaf 1. Another leaf with library inkstamp in margin, 3 leaves with light dampstaing, else text generally clean. Goff A-340; BMC II, 526 (IB 9188); An account of Our Lord’s Passion. $3,000-5,000


510 122519/136 1 vol. Guillermus Parisiensis. [William of Auvergne.] Postilla Super Epistolas et Evangelia De Tempore et De Sanctis et Pro Defunctis. [Deventer: J. De Breda, 1498]. 4to, contemp. blind-stamped calf over wooden bds, blind stamped ‘LVT’ & dated 1593; edges worn, lacking clasps, rear bd detached. With woodcut title page. 185 leaves. 47 lines. 183 x 120mm - sheet size; 145 x 90mm. Rubricated throughout. Lacking colophon page. Early ink annotations on t-p & front free endpaper, incl. an inscription on t-p dated 1524, other marginal ink annotations. Dampstaining to foot of pages mii to v. Goff G-704- recording 2 copies; BMC IX, 74 (IA 47910) William of Aubergne (c1180-1249); French priest and Bishop of Paris. $800-1,200



511 511 122519/139 1 vol. Anselmus, Saint, Archibishop of Cantebury. Opuscula. [Basel : Johann Amerbach, not after 1497]. Complete with 208 leaves. 48 lines. 200 x 140mm - sheet size; text 155 x 110mm. 4to, contemp. blind-stamped calf; extremities worn, clasps defective, spine becoming detached. Rubricated initials throughout. Wormholes, loss to lower edge of a1, library inkstamp to d8, hz with lower corner missing not affecting text, q2 with loss to corner not affecting text. V4-end affected by worming, mostly at margins with some text affected. Moderate to light discoloration. [Goff A-761]; 2nd collected ed. of the works of Saint Anselm of Canterbury. Saint Anselm of Canterbury (c1033-1109); Benedictine monk, philosopher founder of scholasticism. Most remembered for developing the ontological argunment of the existence of God. $2,500-3,500

512 122519/140 1 vol. Ferrerius, Vincentius, Saint. Sermones. Pars Hyemalis De Sanctis. Nuremberg: Koberger, 1492- June 28, 1492. 2 (of 3) parts in 1 vol. Part 1 & Part 3 only. Folio, blindstamped pigskin over bds, clasps; worn. 342 leaves. 55 lines. 301 x 209mm - sheet size. Rubricated. Small punctures on 1/2 title and first leaf, ink library stamp to margin of a1 & Gii, occasional marginalia. Scattered discoloration and dust-soiling, other markings. Early ink inscription at head of title page. Goff F-134 - recording 7 copies; BMC II, 435 (IB 7427-9). $2,000-3,000 95

513 122519/156 1 vol. Hieronymus, [Saint Jerome.] Epistolae. Basel: Nicolaus Kesler, 1497. 3 parts in 1 vol. Edited by Theodorus Laelius. Folio, contemp. blind-stamped pigskin over bds, metal clasps; worn. Woodcut frontispiece by Albrecht Durer depicting St. Jerome dressed as a cardinal removing a thorn from a lion’s paw, three books bearing versions of Genesis 1:1 – the Hebrew Pentateuch, the Greek Septuagint, and St. Jerome’s own Latin translation beside him (offsetting from facing rubricated letter). 526 of 532 leaves. 55 lines. 312 x 201mm - sheet size; text 235 x 158mm. Some dampstaining to page edges, very tiny wormholes to front matter, v5 with bottom corner missing, does not affect text, penned marginal notes and some underlining, cc with small edge tear, 3 inch tear to Hhv & puncture to bbiii. Goff H-176; Hain-Cop 8565; BMC III 772 (IB 37661); Kurth p. 10; the woodcut for this work, that first appeared in a 1492 edition was attributed to Durer after woodcut block was discovered by Daniel Burckhardt at the Museum of Basel, with an inscription on the reverse in Durer’s hand “Albrecht Durer von Normergk.” Kurth also states that the cut in the 1497 lacks the bottle glass window above the bookshelf, which is present in this cut. $10,000-15,000


515 515 122519/171 2 vols. Politianus Angelius [Angelo Ambrogini]. Omnia Opera. Venice: Aldus Manutius, July 1498. 1st ed. Edited by Alexander Sartius. Folio, later vellum over bds; worn, spine splitting. 451 (of 452) leaves. Vol. 1 - 310 x 200mm - sheet size; text 210 x 130mm; Vol. 2 - 310 x 202mm - sheet size; text 215 x 95mm. Vol. 1 with penned inscription on aii ‘Thomas de Lacy, Archdeacon.’, light damptstaining to leaf edges, some marginal annotations and underlining. Very small puncture rvii. Library stamps. Vol. 2 with library inkstamp, ink annotations & dust-soiling to ai & aii. Library inkstamp on recto of k3. Ms verse inscription on 1st blank, penned name ‘Thomas de Lacy’ on Lii, marginal annotations and some underlining. Some dampstaining to page edges of front & rear matter. Repaired leaf KK10. BMC V, 559; Goff P-886 (IB 24475); Contains the first specimen of Hebrew types used by the Aldine Press. Angelo Ambrogini (1454-1494); Italian Renaissance scholar and poet. $6,000-8,000

516 122519/281 1 vol. Ludolphus de Saxonia. Vita Christi. [Strassburg: Carthusian Monastry, Heinrich Eggesteyn.], 1474. 1st ed. Folio, contemp. (or near contemp.) pigskin over bds; worn, front bd detached. Fine illuminated initial at the beginning, other blue and red initials throughout. 393 (of 394) leaves - lacking final blank. Double columns - 55 lines to a column. 350 x 255mm - sheet size; text 270 x 195mm. 1st blank detached - with penned inscription. Worm holes to front & rear matter, tear at top corner of [f88] & staining on [f285/6]. Library inkstamp to margin of first text leaf. Dust soiled. With colophon leaf & 3 register leaves. Goff; L-337- locating 8 copies; BMC IC, 804; Oates 123; Proctor 297; from Quaritch, Bernard A Catalogue of the Monuments of Printing. , 18 - “The leaf of register of quires is extrodinarily rare, having always been detached from its corresponding leaf in the final 97



sheet. This final sheet, although registered as one of ten leaves, had really twelve, - the first leaf being united with the blank at the end, the second leaf united with the leaf of the Register, but itself left blank, and therefore always cut out to the manifest peril of the Register. The last complete copy sold Christies New York, 1980. Ludolph of Saxony (1300-1378); German Roman Catholic theologian. $10,000-15,000 See color illustration on page 71

EARLY LATIN MANUSCRIPTS Lots 517-520 517 122519/30 1 vol. Manuscript. In Latin. “[Sermons to be Used in Conjunction with Feast Days]�. [European Continent], [c1480]. Folio, later 1/2 cloth & bds, worn. 250 leaves. Rubricated. Library ink stamp to lower edge of 1st ms page. Dampstaining throughout, with some ink smudging. Final 10pp creased. Scattered dust soiling. $3,000-5,000



518 122519/99 1 vol. [Latin Manuscript.] Tzartarg, M. Nicolai. Compendium Theologicae Veritatis. [Northern Europe], [c1450]. Folio, pigskin over bds, metal fittings; worn, clasps defective, lacking 2 of the 8 metal corner fittings, worm holes. 226 leaves. In red & black. 11 7/8 x 8 1/2 inches; 304 x 215mm - sheet size. Lib. ink stamp to f1 recto & f2 margin. Small wounds to first 3pp, other occasional dust soiling. Leaves generally clean and bright. Last few leaves - ink a little faded. $6,000-8,000 519 122519/33 1 vol. [Manuscript - Missal.] Probably Spanish, 1751. Lg. Folio, contemp. brass bound calf; worn. Approx. 120 leaves. 25 x 17 inches; 635 x 431mm - sheet size. Some leaves discolored. Occasional dust soiling - leaves generally bright and clean. $3,000-5,000 See color illustration on page 71

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520 122519/169 1 vol. [Manuscript Antiphonal.] Ad Usum Reverendissimi Admodum Ac Amplissimi Domini Decani. Brussels: Michaelis & Gudilae, 1790. Folio, ornate gilt decorated red morocco; scuffed and worn. Approx. 110 leaves. With floral borders, text & music in red and black manuscript. Ink lib. stamp to upper right corner of title page. Occasional light wear, generally clean. Created at the Saint Michael & Gudula Cathedral in Brussels. $500-800 See color illustration on page 72 520A 131282/6 1 piece. Large Illuminated Manuscript Leaf. 16th/17th centuyr. 28 x 19 1/2 inches; 711 x 495mm - sight size. With a large foliate painted initial ‘O’ in blue and yellow. Framed. Scattered wear and creasing. $200-300

AMERICAN & CONTINENTAL 18TH & 19TH CENTURY MANUSCRIPTS Lots 521-569 521 122422/1 1 vol. (Islamic Manuscript) Aljazuli Dala’il al-khayyirat [Guide to Good Deeds.] N.p., 1163 [AH]; 1750 [CE]. Copied by Muhammed Halfiz al-Qur’an. 6 x 4 inches; 152 x 100mm, contemp. richly gilt brown morocco, front cover detached. 109 gilt illuminated vellum leaves. With double-page color miniatures of Mecca. Small hole at head of leaf 44. Internally clean & crisp, but occasionally attractively toned. $1,200-1,800 522 122519/5 1 vol. (Hebrew/Latin Manuscript.) Safe Tehlim (transcribed from the Hebrew)...Liber Psalmorum. [Germany?], [c1820-1850]. 4to, orig. marbled bds; rubbed & worn, spine repaired. 185pp verses & philogical exaples in Hebrew script, Latin exegesis caligraphic title page. Ownership sig. of Fr. Joseph Wust, 316, 1857 on front free endpaper. $500-800 523 121513/3 1 vol. [Manuscript - Missal.] [Continental], [c1732] Lg. Folio, contemp. brass bound calf over bds, worn, bds splitting, clasps defective. Approx. 59 leaves. Large decorated initials. 22 1/4 x 15 inches; 558 x 381mm - sheet size. Pages loose, toned, with scattered repairs and losses to edges. $800-1,200

524 122510/3 1 vol. (Manuscript Music.) Select Songs. N.p. [North America?], [c1800.] Lg. 4to, contemp. tree calf, gilt-lettered & decorated red morocco cover label; rubbed. Lacking front free endpaper. 17-54, 61-[70]pp includes ms title decorated with an oak lead & scroll motif, 3pp index. Musical notation & lyrics, for voice(s) & voices with instruments, Handel, Bach, other native music, Scottish folk songs, & C. $120-180 525 11-2373/22A 3 pieces. Autograph Material - Colonial American Officials: Stoughton, William. Document Signed. N.p., Oct. 18, 1676. 1p, 4to, laid into slightly larger late 19th-century 4to sheet. Affidavit relating to the confinement of an Indian. Several small holes outside of text. Signature dark. * Markham, William. Document Signed. [Philadelphia], 1696. 1p, folio, with conjugate leaf; wax seal; wear & several small tears along old folds - loss of a few letters. Signature dark. Body of document in the hand of Patrick Robinson, who coutersigned. * Bernard, [sir] Fra(ncis). Partly printed document filled-in in ms. signed. Boston, Feb. 20, 1765. 4to, light creasing along old folds, minor spotting. Military officers pay order. Stoughton, William (1631-1701); chief justice court of Oyer during Salem Witchcraft Trials, acting governor of Mass. Markham, William (1635-1704); deputy Governor of Pa. Bernard, Sir Francis (1712-1779); colonial governor of New Jersey & Massachusetts. $1,000-1,500 526 11-2373/23 Lot. 17th Century Philadelphia Quaker Manuscript: [Philadelphia], 24 July, 1686. 4pp, folio; discloration at old folds, some spotting. Decree in Provincial Court at Philadelphia, Benjamin Chambers of the Society of Traders against Dr. Nicholas More. Nicholas More was appointed President of the Society of Free Traders by William Penn. $300-500 526A 11-2181/50 Lot. Manuscript Documents - Philadelphia, c1810-1830 - primarily relating to Edward Penington - sugar manufacturer (incl. a few printed & partly printed documents.) Includes material relating to Shoemaker, Coats & other Philadelphia families. Approx. 50 pieces. $200-300


527 131202/2 1 piece. Manuscript Document Signed. Penn, William. [N.p], February 16, 1699/1700. 2pp, folio; light wear. Two seals. Legal document relating to Pennsylvania government. Signed by William Penn. Signature clean & bold. Also signed by Sheriff Jonathan Baily. Framed. $3,000-5,000 528 131151/1 1 piece. Document Signed. Morris, Robert. Phila., May 28, 1795. Oblong folio, paper partly printed indenture on paper, filled in in ms. Ten North American land Company shares. Clean & attractive, dark bold signature. Framed. Robert Morris (1734-1806); signer of the Declaration of Independence, financier of the American Revolution. $600-800 529 11-2373/26 3 pieces. (American Slavery Manuscripts): Bills for work performed by rented African-American slaves, c1770-1773. Small formats. $200-300 530 11-2373/25 Lot. American Revolutionary War Documents - Manuscripts and Partly Printed Documents. Pay orders (4) American and British [Rhode Island House of Representatives], Nov 29, 1776. Provisions of Care of Prisoners sent from New York “ Pay abstract of Capt William Pierce’s Company of Artillery... for April 1779. Ms doc 2pp folio, signed vellum by William Pierce. Pierce, William, ca 1740-1789, revolutionary soldier, delegate from Georgia to the Federal Convention of 1787. $300-500 531 121894/3 1 piece. Autograph Document Signed. Claypoole, John. [Philadelphia], March 23, 1795. Approx. 8 x 3 inches; 203 x 76mm. Dunlap & Claypoole receipt for advert of a “black girl for sale” placed by Francis Gurney John Claypoole, husband of the widowed Betsy Ross. $500-800

532 11-2373/24 14 pieces. American 18th-century Manuscript Material. Folio and smaller includes 2 early 19th century American documents (1 partly printed). $250-400 533 121972/74 1 piece. Partly Printed Document Signed. Scull, Nich[olas]. Philadelphia, September, 1755. 1p, folio; vertical folds, some small separations at folds. Also signed by Robert H. Morris, Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania. Nicholas Scull (1686-1762); deputy surveyor for Philadelphia and map-maker. $300-500 534 138027/2 1 piece. Partly Printed Document Closing Signed. Hancock, John. N.P., July 1, 1781. Signatured clean and bold. Framed with port. $2,000-3,000 535 122412/1 1 piece. Broadside. “By the King, A Proclamation for encouraging Seamen and Landsmen to enter Themselves on Board His Majestys Ships of War.” London: John Baskett, 1733. Folio (18 1/8 x 14 1/4 inches; 460 x 360mm.) 3 holes in body of broadside - 3/4 x 3/4 inches; 19 x 19mm, 3/4 x 1/4 inches; 19 x 6mm; 1/3 x 1/4 inches; 8 x 12mm. Loss of several words. Light creasing, mounted on red paper sheet. Framed. $400-600 536 11-2373/19 1 piece. Document Signed. Adams, John. Philadelphia, May 21, 1800. 1p., sm. oblong folio, on vellum, paper seal; vertical creases, moderate dust soiling. Adams signature rather faded. Signed as President, appointing Gersham R. Jacques a surgeons mate in the navy. John Adams (1735-1826); 2nd President of the United States. $500-800 537 11-2373/21 1 piece. Document Signed. Clark, Abra[ham]. New Jersey Colony - House of Assembly, Feb. 22, 1764 or shortly after. Approx. 6 x 4 inches; 152 x 100mm. Preserved in 18th-century 8vo sheet. Passage of bill to adjudicate New Jersey / New York boundary land disputes. Clark, Abraham (1726-1794); signer of the Declaration, lawyer, surveyor and farmer. $300-500 101

538 11-2373/1 1 piece. Washington, George. Manuscript Document “Signed” in body of text. Mount Vernon, 1798. 1p, 4to. Old cello tape repairs to verso. Washington’s autograph retained reciept copy of payment from A(ugustus) Woodward. Sheriff’s order to pay Washington on verso. A few light vertical creases. $2,500-4,000

538A 131094/4 2 pieces. Autograph Manuscripts. (Johnson, Andrew.) Account Book Leaves. c1830. 4to, & 8vo. Includes leaf from Johnson’s Tailor Shop’s cash book, Dec. 1836.- Feb. 1837. With Nathaniel E. Stein collection card. Both clean & framed. Property of the American Song Book vocalist Peggy King, purchased with the advice of her friend Carl Sandburg. $1,200-1,800

539 131202/1 1 piece. Manuscript Document Signed. Madison, James. [Washington D.C], March 9, 1809. On vellum. 1p, folio; creased at old folds, some discoloration. Appointment of George Harrison as Navy agent for the port of Philadelphia. Light crease through signature. With large embossed seal. Signed as President of the United States. $700-1,000 540 11-2181/48 Lot. American Early 19th-Century Partly Printed Checks- filled in in ms & signed. (Philadelphia), Bank of North America, Feb., 1812. Includes check endorsed by Mathew Carey. Scattered light wear. Approx 55 pieces. $200-300


541 11-2181/46 1 vol. "The New England Conspiracy." Autograph Manuscript. Carey, Mathew. Carey's holograph copies of retained letters. [c1820/30s] Letters compiled from the years 1809-1815. 4to, orig. marbled bds with paper label ‘New England Conspiracy’ in Carey’s hand; worn. Approx 145pp of manuscript leaves and index. Pages a little toned, wear to edges. Copies of letters written to John Adams, Editors of the Boston Patriot, Levi Lincoln, James Madison, James Monroe, Niles Hezechial etc. To James Madison, “Your predecessor [Thomas Jefferson] has brought the commonwealth to the very jaws of destruction. Whether through __, timidity or enthusiasms is unimportant, as it _ the problem. It may indeed affect his character in posterity....Treason - treason has walked through the land for two or three years in all the glare of day.” & “Feb. 16, 1809, To the citizens of the United States, As the present crisis of our affairs it behoves every good citizen to contribute his emotions. To rescue his country from impending ruin. We have domestic treason, as well as foreign hostility to dread. No national man can disbelieve this who takes even the slightest view of the proceedings in Massachusetts, & of the proposition brought forward elsewhere, separate the union, & make the Patomac the boundry of the new Confederacies. Matthew Carey published letters in New England Magazine from July 1833-1834, the volume of collected letters relating to “The New England Conspiracy was compiled in preparation for publication but not published due to a later succession crisis. $4,000-6,000 103

542 11-2181/47 2 vols. Carey, Matthew. Manuscript Daily Journals: Nov. 11, 1821 - Jan. 13, 1823; Sept. 1824 - Nov. 1825. 8vo, contemp. calf & marbled bds; worn. Leaves a little toned. Mostly daily entries on personal subjects $500-800

543 121248/1 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Fulton, Rob(ert.) N.p., Feb. 22, 1813. 1p, 4to; separations along old folds, small areas of paper loss - affecting just a few letters. To his attorney, John D. Delacy, Washington, relating to contractual dispute with John Stevens, “...all of which was a favor done him to keep him from ruin, his conduct is base and ungrateful and cannot be approved by gentlemen who know the facts.� $1,500-2,500

544 131132/1 1 piece. Document Signed. Clay, H(enry). Washington, August 7, 1827. Passport for Jacob Schneider. Folio, some creasing along old folds. Partly printed filled in in ms, with engraved eagle vignette. Signed as Secretary of State. $200-300



Lots 545-561 are from the papers of the family of Captain Edward R. Baird, aide-de-camp of Confederate General George Edward Pickett, at his side during Pickett's famous charge at Gettysburg. 545 128095/1C 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Pickett, [General] G(eorge) E(dward). Dept. of VA & N.C. Headquarters, Sept. 20, 1863. 1p, 4to; light creasing along folds, presumably to his aide de camp, Captain Baird, “I am directed today to say to you by the Maj(or) General Commanding that all communications for this Dept. should come through some of his staff officers.” $2,500-4,000

546 128095/1 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Pickett, [General] G(eorge) E(dward). Richmond, Feb. 25, 1864. 4pp, 4to; torn & separated along old folds, some paper loss (affecting a few words). To Captain Edward R. Baird - his aide de camp, addressed as “Ned.” Apparantly relating to the reorganization of Pickett’s command after his failure to take the city of New Berne, North Carolina. With addressed envelope to Capt. E.R. Baird. George Pickett (1825-1875); Confederate General during the Civil war, led assault againt the Union at the Battle of Gettysburg. $4,000-6,000 105

547 128095/1A 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Pickett, General [George Edward]. Near Loyds, Essex County, Virginia, 1864. 2pp, 8vo; light creasing along folds, old minor scattered smudging. To an unknown correspondant, probably acknowledging his correspondent’s approbabation for his [aide de camp], Captain Baird. $3,000-5,000 548 128095/1B 1 piece. Autograph Telegraph Form Signed. Pickett, [General] G(eorge) E(dward). Goldsboro, North Carolina, Feb. 23, 1864. To his aide-decamp, Captain Edward R. Baird, asking him to clarify his last night’s dispatch. Printed & filled in in ms. Minor wear. With envelope marked “Captain Baird.” $3,000-5,000 549 128095/1D 1 piece. Autograph Letter Initialled. P(ickett), [General] G(eorge) E(dward). N.p., n.d. [Dept. of VA & NJ], [c1863-1864]. 1p, 4to; minor creasing along old folds, chipped at bottom edge with no loss of text. With addressed envelope, marked “private”. To his aide-decamp [Captain] [Edward R.] Baird, apparantly requesting that Baird “send arms to the company....some articles they sent me yesterday fell short...” $3,000-5,000 550 128095/1E 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Pickett, Maj. General G(eorge). Petersburg, (Virginia), May 9, 1864. 5 x 8 inches; 127 x203mm; some creasing & minor chipping. Relating to the return of 16 horses and mules. $2,500-4,000 551 128095/1F 1 piece. Autograph Note Signed. Pickett, [General] G(eorge) E(dward). Ferry Camp, Goldsboro, (North Carolina), n.d. [c Feb. 1864.] 4 1/2 x 7 inches; 115 x 175mm; light creasing, small tears at edges - not affecting text. Presumably to his aide-de-camp, Captain Edward R. Baird. “Hold yourself in readingness to go to Genl. Whiting should he call for you.” $2,000-3,000 552 128095/1G 1 piece. Autograph Document Signed. Pickett, Maj. General G(eorge). Dept. Headquaters, N.C., Sept. 14th, 1863. 1p, 4to; light creasing along old folds. Special order, no. 1, Capt. Talley of heavy artillery to report to Col. Maury. $2,000-3,000

553 128095/1H 5 pieces. Confederate Documents Signed - General George Edward Pickett (3) and his aide-de-camp, Capt. Edward R. Baird (1): Document Signed. Pickett, (Gen) G(eorge) [E.] Headquarters Dept’T Carolina, Jan. 25, 1864. 1p, 4to; light creases along old folds. Leave of absence for Captain Edward R. Baird. Partly printed, filled-in in ms. * Document Signed. _ _ Headquarters Dept. North Carolina, March 9, 1864. 1p, 4to; light creasing along folds. Leave of absence for Captain Edward R. Baird. Partly printed, filled in in ms. * Ms. Document Signed. Pickett, [Gen.] G(eorge) [E.] Headquarters, Petersburg, [VA], May 3rd, 1864. 1p, 4to; light to moderate creasing along old folds. Leave for Captain Edward R. Baird. * Document Signed. Baird (Captain) E(dward) R. Headquarters Dept. North Carolina, Dec. 4, 1863. 1p, 4to; light creases along old folds. Request for leave addressed to Gen. Pickett. * Surgeon’s Certificate, re Captain Baird. $3,500-4,500 554 128095/1I Lot. Small File of Letters & Documents relating to General George E. Pickett, c1863-1864 - includes 2 Pickett general orders with proxy signatures, 7 letters & 2 telegraphs, incl. personal (5) & military matters (incl. secret service bureau letter head.) $1,000-1,500 555 128095/1J 1 piece. Autograph Note Initialed. P(ickett), G(eneral) G(eorge) E(dward). N.p., n.d. 1p, 12mo; some wear & small holes - no loss of text. Domestic note ending “I am no brother oddfellow.” $1,000-1,500 556 128095/1K 1 piece. Autograph Letter Initialed. P(ickett) G(eorge) E(dward). Goldsboro, [North Carolina], July 22, [1864?] 2pp, 4to; light wear, along old folds, slightly faded. To [Captain Edward R.] Baird. A personal & discursive letters to an apparantly convalescing Baird, touching many subjects & reporting on Mrs. Pickett’s health [not so good.] $1,500-2,500 557 128095/1L 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Pickett, [General] G(eorge) E(dward). Headquarters Dept. N.C., Feb. 17, 1864. 1p, 8vo; minor wear, with addressed envelope. To (Captain) (Edward) (R) Baird, relating to a special services report. $2,500-3,500


558 128095/2 Lot. (Confederate Material) - Baird, Captain Edward R. - Aide-deCamp of General George Pickett - File of letters, documents, signed books & c - incl. letters addressed to Baird during the period of the Civil War (1860-1865), primarily initimate personal & family material (about 120 pieces.) * Post War letters & Documents (several 100s). * 10 vols. Wesley, John. Works. Phila., 1826. 1st Amer. ed. 8vo, contemp. tree calf; often rubbed. Portrait. Some internal foxing & dampstaining. Signed at head of contents p. & other front matter leaves by Edward Rouges. * Dufief, N.G. A Universal, Pronouncing, and Critical French-English Dictionary. L., 1833. 8vo, contemp. sheep; rubbed. Shaken. With signature of Edward R. Baird. * Carleton, William. Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry. L., 1854. vol. 1 only. 8vo, orig. cloth; some wear. Presentation copy to E.R. Baird from his father. * 4 vols. Longacre, J.B., et al. The National Portrait Gallery. Phila., 1834-39. 4to, orig. straight grained red morocco, gilt; some staining. Plates. Some internal dampstaining. Ownership signatures of E.R. Baird. (Pere). * 3 vols. Euripid’s Tragoedial. Lipzig, 1841. 12mo, orig. bds; worn. Greek text [Captain] E.R. Baird’s set - signed on endpapers. * 14 vols. Shakespeare, William. The Plays & Poems. L., 1853. Vols 1-4, 6-15 (of 15). 12mo, contemp. 1/2 calf & marbled bds. Plates. [Captain] E.R. Baird’s set 0 signed & dated, 1855 on front blank. $1,000-1,500 559 128095/3 Lot. Confederate Manuscript Material - Civil War Period Letters & Documents relating to Captain Edward R. Baird, Gen. Pickett’s aide-de-camp: Incl. Autograph Letter Signed. Lee, Fitzhugh. March 21, [18]64. 1p, 8vo. * Telegraph form signed. Corse, Brigadier Gen., March 27, 1864. * Also medical passes, confederate soldier’s passport, 1864. * 5 assorted official & personal letters to Baird - all relating to the war. * Baird. Autograph Letter Signed. Oct. 16, 1862, relating to the war. * Patriotic Confederate Verse. All together 25 pieces. $1,500-2,500 560 128095/5 7 pieces. (Slavery) Manuscript Documents - Virginia (and North Carolina), c1800-1864. Relating to slavery - promisory notes & receipts for hired-out slaves, hotel receipt for owner & slave, document relating to plantation overseers. From the papers of the family of Captain Edward R. Baird, aide-decamp of Confederate General George Edward Pickett, at his side during Pickett’s famous charge at Gettysburg. $600-800

561 128095/5A Lot. Manuscript Documents - Virginia (& North Carolina?) 1790s1840s. Primarily reciepts for goods & services - incl. medical & midwifery. About 30 pieces. From the papers of the family of Captain Edward R. Baird, aide-decamp of Confederate General George Edward Pickett, at his side during Pickett’s famous charge at Gettysburg. $600-800 562 122363/2 Lot. [Travel Archive - Western Plains, by boat- G.W. Gibson, photographer - late 19th century] Travel diary, Jan 1877-1879. Tall 12mo. Records travels through St. Louis, Kansas, ‘Indian Territory’[Oklahoma], Arkansas, Kentucky. .... encounters with Pawnee indians. “Tues 2, 79....was attacked by indians. They could not speak English. Shot at us four times. Thank god nobody hurt. Pulled away from them. Boat & Chest? are wounded bad. Wish I was out of this country...” Other mentions of Fort Gibson, Webber’s Falls, Fort Smith. * Together with six photographs: four mounted albumen prints, one of a family portrait with names and ages inscr on verso and three portraits insr “Troop E 5 Cav” from Fort Apache, Arizona; a 1/4 plate framed tintype of men on sail boats; a 1/2 plate tintype possibly depicting his daughter with postmarked envelope mounted on verso addressed to Mrs. A. Gibson.* Also with framed pen & ink drawing inscr “Royal Palm at Los Angles [sic] Cal Drawn by Jordan of Norfolk Va when him and G.W. Gibson and Jordan were there.” G.W. Gibson, of Pennsylvania photography firm Gibson and Matthews. $400-600 563 122396/1 4 vols. (Lincoln, Abraham.) Manuscript Diaries. Dyer, Sarah A. [Washington D.C.], Wed. Sept. 1, 1858 - July 12th, 1860; June 20th, 1864 - July 20th, 1865. 4to, marbled bds. 1 vol. disbound. Some scattered spotting, staining and tears to a few pages. Entries relating to life in Washington D.C., visits to the Smithsonian, White House, Botanical Gardens etc. Entries dating to 1864 and 1865 include comments on the war “April 3rd 1865. Richmond was taken at quarter past eight this morning by our soldiers under Grant ably assisted by Sherman’s cavalry. A colored brigade first entered the city which must have been humiliating to the rebel aristocracy. Petersburg was captured Saturday the 1st. Work of all kinds has been suspended and the streets are crowded with a happy and excited multitude.” and in an entry about Lincoln’s assassination. “This week of rejoicing over the recent good news has suddenly and unexpectedly been turned into one of horror and indescribable sorrow. Last night Lincoln was shot while at Ford’s theatre and dies this morning at half past seven. At the same time he was murdered an assassin went to Sec. Seward’s residence and attempted to destroy his life. He received two deep gashes in his throat but it is thought he will recover. His son Fred Seward is still dangerously ill his skull having been mashed in two places. Fortunately Gen. Grant 107

left the city in the morning which circumstances no doubt saved his life as it was understood he was to be at the theatre with our Pres. J. Wilkes Booth is the murderer of one of the best men who ever lived.” Vol. 4 has flower specimens pressed between the first several pages. Sarah Anne Dyer (b1842); daughter of Benj. Franklin Dyer and Eleanor Eliza Dyer, siblings to William, Margaret, Rosalie, Kate, Ellen and Mary, attended the Union Female Academy in Washington D.C under the tutelage of a Mrs. Richards. $700-1,000

565 131094/6 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Lincoln, A(braham). Washington, Sept. 1863. 1p, 8vo; light to moderate creases along old folds - light vertical crease just touching the first “L” in Lincoln’s signature. To the Sec. of War (Edwin M. Stanton), interceding for the discharge of Charles Young drafted in “this district,...notwithstanding his minor age... his father, mother and a neighbor woman,..all tell me they will swear the boy was born in February, 1845. One month before the inauguration of Mr. Polk.” Framed. Property of the American Songbook vocalist Peggy King, who was aided in her purchase of this letter by her friend Carl Sandburg. $10,000-15,000



566 131094/3 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Davis, Jefferson. N.p., Nov. 1, [18]62. 1p, 4to; light creasing along old folds on blue paper. To Louis Wigfall, soliciting his advice promoting Col. Robinson or other Texas Brigade Colonels to the rank of Brigader General. Framed with engraved portrait. Wigfall, Louis (1816-1874); Confederate & U.S. Senator from Texas, Brigader General of the Confederate “Texas Brigade”, to Feb., 1862. Property of the American Song Book vocalist Peggy King, purchase with the advice of her friend Carl Sandburg. $2,500-3,500 567 11-2181/51 Lot. (American Civil War.) Autograph Letters Signed. Union Naval officers, including Farragut, [Admiral] David G. Mississippi River, March 10, 1863. 1p, folio; some chipping & creasing - not affecting text, to Commadore R.B. Hitchcock. Signed as Rear Admiral on U.S. Flag Ship Hartford letterhead. * Lee, [Admiral] S(amuel) P. 7 ALS’s, Flagship(s), Philadelphia (6) & Jackson (1), 1862 & 1863. 4to, minor wear. * Foote, [Plane Admiral.] A.H. Dec. 1862. 4to. * Bell, [Rear Admiral.] H.H. 9 ALS’s. New Orleans, August & September, 1863. 2pp, folio; minor wear, most from U.S.S.S Pensacola. Approx. 45 ALS’s. $1,500-2,500 568 131094/5 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. (Grant), Ulys(es) (S.) Fort Donaldson, (Tennesse), Feb. 26, 1862. 2pp on 1 4to sheet; light to moderate creases along old folds - a few short separations - negligible paper loss. To his wife “Dear Julia.” Written ten days after Grant led the Union to his first major victory of the Civil War, after which Lincoln promoted him to Major General. “...Since my promotion some changes may take place in my command...I want forever to remain in the field & be actively employed...[if] a command inferior to my rank is given me it shall make no difference in my zeal. Inspite of enemies I have so far progressed satisfactarily to myself & the country..” Property of the American Songbook Vocalist Peggy King, who was aided in her purchase of this letter by her friend Carl Sandburg. $5,000-8,000 569 11-1621/13 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Sherman, General W(illiam) T. St. Louis, Nov. 6, 1885. 2pp on 32mo card stock. Responding to a member of the Tuxedo Club. Some dampstaining, slightly dusty. Signature clean and bright. $250-400

20TH CENTURY MANUSCRIPTS, INCLUDING MOTION PICTURE MATERIALS Lots 570-606 570 122470/2 1 vol. [Kennedy]Bouvier, Jacqueline and Bouvier, Lee. Our Special Summer. New York: Delacorte Press, (1974). 1st ed., 1st ptg. 1 of 500 copies, signed by Lee and Jacqueline Bouvier on 1/2 title. Folio, orig. pale blue bds, slipcase with pictorial label. Color illus. $700-1,000 571 122377/12 9 pieces. Autograph Material. Thatcher, Margaret: Typed Letters Signed. London, October 20, 1964. 1p, 4to, on House of Commons Letterhead. * TLS. [London]: Westminister, April 1, 1966. 1p, 4to. On House of Commons. * TLS. [London], October 19, 1966. 1p, sm. 4to. On House of Commons letterhead. * Christmas Cards (3) signed. Some spotting. * Photo signed. Silver print, 7 x 5 inches; 180 x 127mm. Likely signed as Prime Minister. * Photo Signed. Silver print, 5 x 3 inches; 127 x 75mm. Likely signed as Prime Minister. * Photograph Signed. Chromogenic print, 10 x 7 inches; 254 x 180mm. $250-400 572 122377/13 Lot. Autograph Material - Primarily Photos Signed - Chiefly Prime Ministers: Photo Signed. Lloyd-George, David, 1st Earl. Bust portrait. Silver print: Olive Edin., n.d. 6 x 4 inches, orig. wide brown mount. * Photo Signed. Eden, Sir Anthony, 1st Earl of Avon. Seated portrait. Silver print. London: Vivienne, n.d., 8 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches; 213 x 160mm, orig. mount. Signed & dated, ‘1951’, in blue ink. * Photo signed. Macmillan, Harold. Seated portrait. Silver print, London: Vivienne, n.d., 12 x 9 1/4 inches; 305 x 135mm, orig. mount. Signed below image. Vivienne stamp on verso, her ink signature lower left. * Photo Signed. Macmillan, Harold. Seated portrait. Silver print. [London]: Vivienne, n.d., 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches; 160 x 120mm, orig. mount. Signed below image. Vivienne stamp on mount verso, her ink signature lower left. * Photo signed. Winston, Sir James Harold & Mary. Portrait of the couple. Chromoenic print, 5 x 3 1/2 inches; 125 x 90mm. * Photo signed. Heath, Edward Richard George. Bust portrait. Silver print, 6 x 4 inches; 155 x 100mm. * Photo signed. Callaghan, James. Bust portrait. Silver print, 5 x 3 inches; 127 x 75mm. * Photo signed & inscribed. Callaghan, James. Bust portrait. Silver print, 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches; 165 x 115mm. * Photo signed. Montgomery, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount. In civilian clothing as member of group guides and photographers visiting statue of American Major General George Sears Greene. Silver print, 9 1/2 x 109

7 1/2 inches; 190 x 240mm. Signed in blue ink at upper right, “Montgomery of Alamein.” Stamped on verso, May 12 1957. Lot also includes 2 Charles Sumner (American Statesman) Autograph Letters Signed. Washington, March 19, 1856, 2pp, 8vo; Boston, Aug. 14, 1872. 1p, 8vo. $500-800 573 122470/3 1 vol. Ronald, Reagan. Speaking My Mind. N.Y., etc.: Simon and Schuster, (1989). 1st ed., #315/5000 signed by Ronald Reagan. Lg. 8vo, orig. blue leather, gilt, a.e.g. Bright copy. $300-500 574 11-8064/27 1 piece. Autograph Postcard Signed. Mussolini, (Benito). Montervarchi?, [1936]. To the American journalist Churchill Newcomb Greenwood, Virginia, “Let no one think we can be bent without a very hard acts of war we shall answer with acts of war.” Addressed in Mussolini’s hand + 7 line holograph on verso of real photo. Postcard of Mussolini in uniform on horseback. With newspaper clipping refering to this postcard. Richmond newsletter March 11, 1936. $300-500 575 121088/50 1 piece. Typed Letter Signed. Eisenhower, Dwight D. Washington, Nov. 3, 1959. 1p, 4to. To Iowa Congressman Fred Schwengel, relating to the Lincoln Sesquicentennial activities. Bold, dark signature on White House letterhead. Clean & attractive. $200-300 576 11-2373/20 1 piece. Typed Letter Signed. MacArthur, Douglas. Washington D.C., Dec. 5, 1916. 1p., 8vo; slightly toned, scattered minor staining. To Capt. Francis W. Ralston, relating to securing Capt. Ralston’s son on appointment in the officer’s reserve corps, but also touching on the effort to establish universal training...” The fight between the regular service and the militia...will only end in the destruction of one or the other.” Signed as Chief of Staff, War Dept. on his official letterhead. Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964); United States Army General. $400-700

577 122377/6 3 pieces. Autograph Letters Signed. Longfellow, Henry W: Cambridge, [Mass.], August 24, 1876. 4pp, 8vo; light to moderate horizontal creasing along old folds - affecting signature, contents starting to fade. With addressed stamped postal envelope. To. T.W. Littleton, (after learning of the death of the English poet & miscellanious writer Mortimer Collins.) “..I never knew him personally but always thought very highly of his poetic gifts...” * Cambridge, [Mass.], November 7, 1869. 4pp, 8vo; minor wear. To Mrs Lawrence, “I wanted to tell you about Florence and our visit there...” * Nahant, [Mass.], August 21, 1871. 3pp, 8vo, verso of 2nd leaf (of 2) mounted to card stock album leaf, minor scattered spotting. To (R.C.) Winthrop (President of the Massachusetts Historical Society), “...I shall not fail to be present at the Hist. Society...I do not however expect to sing or say anything on the occasion... $700-1,000 578 122377/4 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Longfellow, Henry W. Cambridge, [Mass.], Oct. 28, 1875. 2pp, 8vo; light horizontal creases along old folds. To the English photographer Elliott & Fry, “please send me...two dozen of my photographs, cartes-de-visite size, head resting on hand..” With Longfellow’s addressed stamped envelope. $200-300 579 122377/8 5 pieces. Autograph Material. Longfellow, Henry W: Autograph Letter Initialed. Cambridge, [Mass.], Oct. 8, 1872. 3pp, 24mo. To [Mr] Fields, inviting him & Mrs Fields to supper. * ALS. Cambridge, Nov. 17, 1871. 3pp, 8vo, with addressed stamped postal envelope mounted to blank page. To [Mr.] Perkins, accepting an invitation to dine. * ALS. Cambridge, April 25, 1880. 2pp, 8vo. To an unnamed correspondant. * ALS. 2pp, 8vo. Cambridge, Nov. 2, 1881. To Mr. [Oliver W?] Holmes. * AL fragment. Cambridge, July 19, 1868. 2pp, 8vo, some staining. $300-500 580 122377/10 1 piece. Photograph Signed. Longfellow, Henry W. Cabinet Card. [1880]. Minor spotting - not affecting signature. Inscribed on mount verso by Longfellow, “To Mr. Broadfield, with king regards/ May 5, 1880.” Some spotting to verso. Albumen print & orig. mount, 6 1/2 x 4 1/8 inches; 165 x 105mm. $200-300



581 122413/3 1 piece. Typescript Poem Signed & Inscribed. Hesse, Herman. [Die Morgenlandshart.] [c1932]. Typed, signed & inscribed to the publisher Kurt Wolff by Herman Hesse on right recto leaf of small 4to sheet. Teh left recto leaf is embellished with an original watercolor by Herman Hesse, illustrating the poem, & captioned in ink below the image by Hesse, “Die Morgenlangfahrt.” Very minor creasing, clean & attractive. Framed. $1,000-1,500 582 122377/3 5 pieces. Autograph Material. Chesterton, G.K.: Holograph Poem Signed. “Ballade d’Une Grande Dame.” N.p., n.d. 1 sheet. 13 1/2 x 7 inches; 340 x 175mm. Mounted on bd. Fair copy. 4 stanzas. * Rothenstein, William. Etched portrait of Chesterton, 1922. 7 7/8 x 5 1/4 inches; 200 x 130mm. Signed below image in pen by G.K. Chesterton, framed with 1/2 tone portrait. * Lithographic portrait of G.K. Chesterton. Approx. 10 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches; 270 x 180mm. Signed at lower right by G.K. Chesterton. * Groves [Reid], Helen. Pencil drawing. Portrait of G.K. Chesterton, 6 x 4 inches; 150 x 100mm. Signed in pencil at lower left by G.K. Chesterton. All framed. Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936); English author, journalist and essayist. $250-400

583 128092/1 1 piece. Flaubert, Gustave. Autograph Letter Signed. Croisset, [Jan. 4, 1865.] 1p, 4to; light creasing along old folds. To Alfred Nion, Flaubert writes for news of his “fairy” play, Le Chateau Des Coeurs; desiring to demonstrate that this old form can be profitably revived, he is nevertheless pessimistic about the sucess of his play. Dated in the hand of Caroline Commanville, his literary executor. Clean & clear in archival frame. Gustave Flaubert, Correspondence, La Pleiade, Vol. III, p. 420. $1,500-2,500 584 128092/2 1 piece. Hugo, Victor. Autograph Letter Signed. Hauteville House (Guernsey), Jan. 3, 1865. 4pp, 4to, paper professionally repaired, a few words blurred by ink bleed. To Louis, Labarre, Brussels, praising him as a poet-prophet. In an archival double-pane frame. Labarre (1810-1892); Belgian author, journalist, editor of ‘La Nation’, publishing French political dessenters. $1,000-1,500 111

585 585 122346/1 2 pieces. Autograph Material. (Richard Wagner): Autograph Letter Signed. Wagner, Richard. Vienna, Dec. 14, 1875. 1p, 8vo, with blank intergral leaf & addressed envelope to the German tenor Georg Unger, relating to Unger’s upcoming performance [as Siegfried & Froh.] in the premiere at the Bayreuth in 1876 of the complete cycle of Der Ring des Nibelungen. Light mat burn. Removed from old frame. * Carte-de-visite signed & inscribed. Unger, Georg. Photo image of Unger. Inscribed and signed on verso. Unger, George (1837-1887); German tenor most famous for playing Siegfried. $1,500-2,500 586 131094/2 1 piece. Autograph Letter Signed. Brahms, J(ohannes). N.p., [1882]. 3pp, 12mo. To Frau Fritsch, “I am about to leave for Frankfurt, and your cheerful annoucement of your family arrives....Bulow, who is here right now, often speaks of you..” [translated from the German.] Clean & attractive, light creases along old folds, affecting the top of the J. & B. in Brahms signature. Framed. Property of the American Song Book vocalist Peggy King. $1,200-1,800



586A 11-2361/26 1 vol. [Jerome David Kern Manuscript Material.] Smith, Harry B. A Sentimental Library. N.p: Privately Printed, 1914. Tall 8vo, orig. 1/4 vellum & tan cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; light edge wear, corners bumped, occasionally scuffed. Plates, facsimilies. Scattered light foxing. With the book plate of Harry Bache Smith on front paste-down & 2pp Harry Bache Smith, Jan. 14, [18]91 ALS to Walter A. Benjamin tipped to front free endpaper recto. Also with autograph signed. 6 Line Jerome Kern presentation on front blank. Jerome David Kern (1885-1945); American composer. $2,000-3,000

587 128085/1 7 vols. [Motion Picture Technicolor Development & Related Research] Manuscript Laboratory Notebooks of Leonard Troland and J.F. Kienninger. Troland, Leonard T. “Research Notes, Harvard Laboratory Photography Vision, etc. Color Stills.” June, 1919-1932. 3 vols. 4to, orig. cloth & bds. 142, 131, 140pp, inserted ms graphs & a few material samples, only a few pp of notes after 1924. With Kalmus, Comstock & Wescott labels turning these ms over to the Technicolor M.P. Corp. on Nov. 10, 1925. Each vol. with ms. title page signed by Troland. * Kienninger, J.F. “Technicolor Motion Picture Corp. Research diaries.” Jan. 1926-Sept. 1929. 4 vols. 4to, orig. cloth title pages of 1926 & 1927 vols signed by Keinninger & with his ms. address of the Technicolor Motion Picture Corp., its ink stamp in the 1929 vol. Each vol. with approx. 370pp - most filled in. Leonard T. Troland (American, 1889-1932); American physicist & psychologist, graduate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and chief engineer of the Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation in the 1920s. His manuscripts above record his laboratory work developing “Technicolor Process Number Two.” J.F. Kienninger held several photographic & cinematographic patents. $25,000-35,000 113

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588 131087/2 5 pieces. Autograph Materal - American Entertainers - Abbott and Costello. Check Signed. Bank of America: Studio City Branch, June 18, 1946. * Abbott, Bud. Typed Letter Signed. Encino, Calif., Nov. 21, 1949. 1p, 4to, sharing a shrimp recipe on Abbott’s letterhead. * West, Mae. Check Signed. Los Angeles, April 25, 1978. Framed with 10 x 8 photo. * Streisand, Barbra. Photo (10 x 8) Signed. Framed. * Rogers, Ginger. Photo (10 x 8) signed. Reissue of c1940 photo, signed c1970. Framed. $400-800 589 131087/3 1 piece. Document Signed. Grant, Cary. Hollywood, California, Oct. 16, 1950. 3pp, 4to (2 sheets). J. Walter Thompson Company contract for Lux Radio Theatre programs. Clean signature. $400-600 590 131087/4 8 pieces. Autograph Material - American & British Leading Motion Picture Actors: Colman, Ronald. Card Signed. * Cagney, James. Check Signed. (Endorsed), Burbank, Calif. Feb. 17, 1932. Warner Bros. Paycheck, framed with card. Signed. * Olivier, Laurence. Paramount Cafe check signed *Laughton, Charles. Card Signed. Framed. With photo. port. Powell, William. Document Signed. Los Angeles, Jan. 27, 1949. 1p, 4to. Universal Pictures contract permitting use of double in long shots. * Rooney, Mickey. Document Signed. Beverly Hills, feb. 25, 1972. 1p, 4to. Legal Document. * Stewart, James. 10 x 8 inches. Photo Signed. * Kelly, Gene. Photo Still. ‘Singin’ in the Rain.’ Signed. $800-1,200

591 131087/5 2 pieces. Autograph Material - Motion Picture Divas: Davis, Bette. Photo Portrait Signed. 10 x 8 inch (reprint?) of 1930s studio port., signed c1970s. * Garland, Judy. Slip signed in person, framed with photo. Signature faded. $300-500 592 122409/1 Lot. Autograph Albums & C. - Primarily American Hollywood & Other Performers. c1935-1940. 3 12mo autograph albums plus mounted & inserted sheets & cards. Includes more than 125 autograph (mostly inscribed) signatures, most in-person to Carol Louchheim, granddaughter of Radio broadcast pioneer Jerome Louchheim, chiefly while visiting California with her grandfather during May & June of 1935; Feb.-March of 1938, includes autographs inserved, 1936-1946. Includes (autograph inscriptions, signed unless otherwise indicated, Jean Harlow, Chicago, Harpo, Groucho & Zeppo Marx - (1 sheet), Cary Grant, Charlie Chaplin, Will Rogers, Clark Gable, Anna Mae Wong, Arthur Rubenstein (card signed.) $1,200-1,800


593 131087/1 Lot. Autograph Materal - Hollywood Directors & Producers: Billy Wilder, card signed. * John Huston, card signed. * Robert Wise, card signed. * Joseph Mankiewicz [I], card signed. * Stanley Kramer, card signed. * Otto Preminger, 10 x 8 inch photo signed. * Stanley Donen, short TLS. * Pollack, Sydney, ALS. * Fred Zinnemann, card signed. Raoul Walsh, TLS. * Henry King, TLS; DS. * Henry Hathaway, DS earnings for 1941. * Ben Hecht, DS - 20th C. Fox Employee’s Personal Statement. * King, Vidor, 10 x 8 photo signed. * John Cromwell, TLS - Hollywood Independant Citizens Committee letterhead. * Dore Schary, card signed. * Walter Wanger, 10 x 8 photo signed, card signed. * Mervyn LeRoy, card signed. * Lewis Milestone, DS. * Richard Brooks, card signed. * Ray Stark, DS. * Sam Wood, DS. * Milos Forman, photo signed. * Blake Edwards, photo signed. * Jean Negulesco, sheet signed. * William Wellman, small format sheet signed. * Rouben Mamoulian, card signed & inscribed. * Henry June, 20th C. Fox DS. * Sidney Lumet, DS. * Jack Conway, MGM Payroll Check Signed. * YF Freeman. * Henry Koster, TLS. * Walter Lang, TLS. * Sam Spiegel, card signed. * David Butler, card signed. * Victor Saville, slip signed. * William Keighley, slip signed. * Hanley Stafford, card signed. * Elliott Nugent, card signed & inscribed. * Richard Whorf, card signed. * Clarence Brown, MGM payroll check signed. * Joshua Logan, TLS. * Norman Jewison, 10 x 8 photo signed.. * John Schlesinger, 10 x 8 photo signed & inscribed. * Brian De Palma, DS. * William Perlberg, DS. * George Seaton, Paramount DS. * Robert E. Dolan, Paramount DS. * Alan J. Pakula, 10 x 8 photo signed. * Bischoff, Samuel, TLS., Columbia Pictures letterhead. * Samuel G. Engel, TLS on Lloyd Bacon’s letterhead. * Arthur Hilles, 10 x 8 photo signed. * Sam Harris, card signed. * Arthur Hornblow, Jr., slip signed. * John Frankenheimer, contract signed. * George Sidney, TNS, framed with port. * Edmund Goulding, slip signed & inscribed. Framed with port. * Joe Pasternak, slip signed & inscribed, framed with port. * Jeff Wald, slip signed & inscribed. Framed. $1,000-1,500 594 131087/6 Lot. Autograph Material - American & British Leading Motion Picture Actors: Don Ameche, card signed. * Warren, Beatty, check signed. * Brent, George, card signed. * Cotten, Joseph, card signed. * Cummings, Robert, slip signed. * Paul, Douglas, check signed. * Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., card signed. * Henry Fonda, cut signature. * Ford, Glenn, cut signature. * Farley Granger, card signed. * Stewart Granger, card signed. * Trevor Howard, short ALS. * Burt Lancaster, card signed. * Frank Lovejoy, slip signed & inscribed. * Paul Henreid, card signed. * Alan Ladd, card signed & inscribed. * John Lithgow, card signed. * Victor Mature, cut signature. * Herbert Marshall, card signed. * James Mason, DC - green card. * Meredith, Burgess, check signed. * Fred MacMurray, slip signed & inscribed. * Dudley Moore,

photo signed. * Paul Muni, card signed, inscribed & dated, “1958.” * Edmond O’Brien, slip signed & inscribed. * Robert Montgomery, slip signed. * Al Pacino, card signed. * Anthony Quinn, card signed. * Robert Ryan, cut signature. * George Raft, slip signed & inscribed. * Edward G. Robinson, hotel bill signed. * Gilbert Roland, card signed. * Robert Stack, check signed. * Franchot Tone, card signed. * Robert Taylor, card signed. * Robert Taylor, card signed & inscribed. * James Whitmore, contract signed. * Cornel Wilde, card signed & inscribed. * Widmark, Richard, contract signed. 38 pieces, most with 10 x 8 glossy photos. $1,200-1,800 595 131087/9 4 pieces. Autograph Material - American Film Directors: De Mille, Cecil B. Check Signed. Hollywood, Aug. 18, 1941. Dark & clear sig. Framed with port. * Berkeley Busby. TLS. Culver City, Feb. 4, 1942. 1p, 4to, MGM letterhead, responding to a fan. Framed. * Stroheim, Erich von. Check Signed (endorsed.) Hollywood, July 9, 1958. With 10 x 8 photo. * Welles, Orson. Slip signed. Framed with 10 x 8 photo port. $300-500 596 131087/10 Lot. Autograph Material - American Motion Picture Screenwriters, Costume Designers, Directors of Photography & C: Rifkin, Robert (Culver City), Aug. 1, 1938. Flier, 9 pp. MGM contract, Supplemental Agreement. * Finklehoffe, Fred F., document Signed. Hollywood, March 28, 1947. Confirming the Orsatti Agency * Brecher, Irving, card signed. * Dunne, Philip. ALS (Malibu), n.d. * Busch, Niven. Card signed & inscribed. * Epstein, Julius J. Paper Currency Signed. * Kanin, Garson. Photo (10 x 8 inch) signed. * Robinson, Casey. Card Signed & Inscribed. * Head, Edith. Card Signed, with 10 x 8 photo. * Adrian. Card Signed. * Louis, Jean. Card Signed. * Cardiff, Jack. Card Signed. * Krasner, Milton, R. Document Signed, Friars Club membership. * Fitzmaurice, George. Document Signed. L.A., May 27, 1925. 1p, 4to, International Film Services Co. contract. * Giesler, Jerry, Attorney at Law. TLS, Beverley Hills, April 6, 1954. 1p, 4to, to Errol Flynn, re ex-wife. Lot also includes cards signed by Frederick Young & Buddy Adler. $300-500 597 131087/11 7 pieces. Autograph Material - American Motion Picture Character Actors: Arnold, Edward. Card Signed. * Calhern, Louis. Card Signed. * Coburn, Charles. Card Signed & Inscribed. * Mitchell, Thomas. Slip Signed & Inscribed. * Ruman, Sig. Cut Signature. * Sakall, S.Z. 12mo sheet Signed - starting to fade. * Sakall, S.Z. Slip Signed & Inscribed. All with 10 x 8 photo portrait; Mitchell & Sakall slip framed. $250-400 115

598 131087/14 Lot. Autograph Material - Primarily American Leading Actresses: Bacall, Lauren. 10 x 8 photo signed. * Baxter, Anne, card signed. * Bennett, Joan. Card Signed. * Bergen, Candice. Color Photoscreen sheet potrait signed. * Blondell, Joan. Slip signed. * Curtis, Jamie Lee. Color Photo Screen Sheet Portrait Signed. * Faye, Alice. Card Signed. * Fitzgerald, Geraldine. Contract Signed. * Fontaine, Joan. Card Signed. Holm, Celeste. Card Signed. * Kerr, Deborah. Card Signed. * Keyes, Evelyn. 20th Century Fox Document Signed. * Leigh, Janet. Typed Letter Signed. * Loren, Sophia. Card Signed. * Lupino, Ida. Contract Signed. * McGuire, Dorothy. Card Signed. * Miller, Ann. Card Signed. * Minnelli. Card Signed & Inscribed. * O’Sullivan, Maureen. Contract Signed. * Powell, Jane. Photo Still Signed. * Sheridan, Ann. 20th Century Fox Employee’s statement Signed. * Smith, Alexis. Slip Signed & Inscribed. * Simmons, Jean. 20th Century Fox Employee’s statement Signed. * Stanwyck, Barbara. 20th C. Fox Employee’s Statement (worn) Signed. * Turner, Lana. Check Signed.(endorsed). * Russell, Jane. 10 x 8 photo signed. * Russell, Rosalind. Check Signed. * Trevor, Claire. Card Signed. * Winters, Shelley. Typed Card Signed. * Wright, Teresa. Check Signed. (endorsed). * Wyman, Jane. 1939 N.Y. World’s Fair postal envelope signed. * Young, Loretta. Card Signed. * Also cards signed by June Haver, Vivian Blaine & Vera-Ellen. (More than 30 pieces.) $1,000-1,500 599 131087/12 Lot. Autograph Material - American & British Motion Picture Character Actors & Actresses: Allgood, Sara, slip signed & inscribed. * Ames, Leon, slip signed & inscribed. * Abel, Walter, cut signature. * Arden, Eve, typed note signed. * Brennan, Walter, cut signature. * Barker, Lex, cut signature. * Beddoe, Don, card signed. * Bendix, Wm., slip signed. * Bellamy, Ralph, slip signed. * Bondi, Beulah, note signed. * Brand, Neville, slip signed & inscribed. * Bridges, Lloyd, slip signed. * Carson, Jack, document signed. * Calleia, Joseph, card signed. * Carey, Harry Jr, 10 x 8 photo signed & inscribed. * Clark, Frank, DS - 20th C. Fox Employee’s personal statement. * Connolly, Walter, note signed. * Cobb, Lee J, card signed & inscribed, framed with photo. * Conried, Hans, slip signed. * Collins, Ray, slip signed. * Cooper, Gladys, card signed. * Cook, Elisha, Jr, check signed. * Cooper, Melville, slip signed. * Crisp, Donald, slip signed. * Daniell, Henry, contract signed - run of play. * Demarest, William, slip signed. * Douglas, Melvyn, 10 x8 photo signed. * Dunnock, Mildred, slip signed. * Durning, Charles, 8 x 10 photo signed. * Duggan, Andrew, DS. * Dugan, John, slip signed. * Dumbrille, Douglas, slip signed. * Emerson, Hope, slip signed. * Elam, Jack - Disney contract signed. * Faylen, Frank, document signed - 20th C Employee’s statement. * Feld, Fritz, photo signed. * Ford, Paul, card signed. * Gilbert, Billy, card signed. * Gleason,

James, postal envelope signed. * Gomez, Thomas, slip signed. * Gordon, Gale, card signed. * Gorcey, Leo, card signed. * Greenwood, Charlotte, slip signed & inscribed. * Hall, Huntz, card signed & inscribed. * Helton, Percy, cards (2) signed. * Hale, Alan, slip signed & inscribed. * Haydn, Richard, slip signed. * Jagger, Dean, check signed. * Jenks, Frank, slip signed. * Jenkins, Allen, card signed. * Karns, Roscoe, card signed. * Kallaway, Cecil, slip signed & inscribed. * Kibbee, Guy, slip signed. * Leonard, Sheldon, slip signed. * Lundigan, William, contract signed - 20th C. Fox. * Malden, Karl, 10 x 8 inch photo signed. * McMahon, Horace, slip signed & inscribed, * MacMahon, Aline, card signed & inscribed. * Mcmahon, Horace, slip signed. * Morgan, Dennis, card signed. * Morley, Robert, theatre guild contract signed. * Mowbray, Alan, slip signed. * O’Connor, Una, slip signed. * Natwick, Mildred, card signed. * Nolan, Lloyd, card signed. * Norton, Jack, slip signed. * Kruger, Otto, contract signed. * Lockhart, Gene, card signed & inscribed. * Meek, Donald, slip signed & inscribed. * McHugh, Frank, card signed. * Naish, J. Carrol, DS. * Pallette, Eugene, slip signed. * Patterson, Elizabeth, slip signed. * Revere, Anne, slip signed & inscribed. * Romero, Cesar, card signed. * Silva, Henry, card signed. * Stander, Lionel, DS. * Sutton, Grady, slip signed. * Stephenson, Henry, slip signed. * Tobias, George, card signed. * Varden, Norma, card signed & inscribed. * Wallach, Eli, DS. * Warner, H.B., slip signed & inscribed. * Wayne, David, 8 x 10 photo signed. * Wickes, Mary, note signed. * Williams, Big Boy, slip signed. * Winninger, Charles, slip signed & inscribed. * Woods, Donald, TLS. * White, Jesse, slip signed. * DeWolfe, Billy, slip signed & inscribed. Lot also includes Sid Tomach, Howard DaSilva. Many with photo ports. More than 90 pieces. $2,500-4,000 600 131087/13 2 pieces. Wizard of Oz Material: Mimeograph of the MGM, Oct. 11, 1938 shooting script of The Wizard of Oz. 4to, plain pictorial wrappers, 113 pp. With card signed & inscribed by th eoriginal Munchkin Margaret Pellegrini mounted at foot of cast page. * Haley, Jack. Check signed. Beverley Hills, March 31, [19]72. With 10 x 8 inch photo of Haley as Tin Man. $200-300 601 131087/15 Lot. Autograph Material - Horror & Fantasy: Karloff, Boris, cut signature, framed with Elsa Lanchester cut signature. * Perkins, Anthony, periodical leaf (Psycho story) signed. * Price, Vincent, card signed. * Mimeograph, Universal Pictures, Dracula, shooting script, marked script No. 1 on cover sheet, thick folio. $200-300


602 131087/16 Lot. Autograph Material - Gone with the Wind & African American Entertainers: Selznick, David O., check signed. Los Angeles, Nov. 16, 1936. Framed with 10 x 8 photo port. * Howard, Sidney, contract letter signed. N.p: Samuel Goldwyn Inc, 1928. 2pp, 4to screenplay contract, “Condemned to Devil’s Island.” Sidney Howard wrote the screenplays for Gone with the Wind, Arrowsmith, Dodsworth, etc. * Plunkett, Walter, slip signed & inscrived. Costume designer, Gone with the Wind. * deHavilland, Olivia. 10 x 8 inche photo signed. In GWTW Melanie costume, with Howard, Leslie, * McQueen, Butterfly. 10 x 8 inch photo, framed with check signed by McQueen. * Nicholas Bros. Harold & Fayard, slip signed, inscribed & dated ‘1947’. * Fetchit, Stepin, slip signed. * Nicodemus, slip signed & inscribed. $250-400 603 131087/17 Lot. Autograph Material - American Motion Picture Moguls & Pioneers: Laemmle, Carl, contract signed, N>Y, Aug. 12, 1918. Universal Film manufacturing Co. lease termination. * _ _, contract signed, NY, June 19, 1933, 1p, 4to, appointing an assistant president on Universal Pictures Corp. letterhead. * Warner, Harry, contract signed, (N.Y), Nov, 1921, sublease of Universal Film Manufacturing Office space. * Warner, Jack, TLS. * Burbank, Jan 11, 1951, 3pp, 4to, to Mr. Wolfe Cohen, “I hope I can give you a resume of productions... Lullaby of Broadway...Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison...I was a Communist for the F.B.I...on Moonlight Bay.. Strangers on a Train...Goodbye My Fancy...Captain Horatio Hornblower...Man of Bronze [Jim Thorpe..]..Tomorrow is Another Day.... A Street Car Named Desire....” On Warner Bros. lettehead (Warner), Jack, ALS, Cap. d’Antibes, Oct. 21, 1958, 3pp, 4to. * Mayer, Louis B., check signed, LA: Louis B. Mayer Studios, July 22, 1922. Framed with port, Mayer Goldwyn. DS. Hollywood, March 10, [19]50. 1p, 4to, Friars Club proposal for membership. Framed. * Zanuck, Darryl F., slip signed. Framed with port. * Zukor, Adolph, slip signed & dated, ‘8/31/33’. With port. * Lasky, Jesse, slip signed. * Schenck, Joseph M. TLS, Hollywood, Oct. 31, 1932. 1p, 4to, to Stockholders of United Artists, consent for sale and purchase of Gloria Swanson’s stock on United Artist’s letterhead. $1,000-1,500 604 131087/18 Lot. Autograph Material - Primarily American Comic Motion Picture & Related Entertainers: Benny, Jack, slip signed & inscribed. * Bergen, Edgar, check signed. Hollywood, Nov. 16, 1974. * Brown, Joe E., document signed, Hollywood, July 10, 1933. Applicated for Membership in the Masquers Club for the Looney Tunes producer, Leon Schlesinger - who also signs along with Jack L. Warner. Framed. * Burns, George, slip signed. * Durante, Jimmy, card signed.

* Gleason, Jackie, card signed. * Herbert, Hugh, slip signed. * Kaye, Danny, TLS. Beverly Hills, Nov. 16, 1954. Donating $200,000 to St. Jude Hospital Foundation. * Lemmon, Jack, card signed. * Matthau, Walter, 8 x 10 inch photo port. signed & inscribed, dated “6/19/90.” * Randall, Tony, ALS, Studio City, May 21, [19]77. 1p, 4to, on the Tony Randall Show letterhead, declining an invitation. * Stapleton, Jean, ANS. * Skelton, Red, card signed. * Wynn, Keenan, television program contract signed, Dec. 1, 1965. Many with photo ports. $200-300 605 131087/19 Lot. Autograph Material - Amos & Andy & Other American Radio Performers: “Andy,” Correll, Charles; “Amos,” Gosden, Freeman. Signed, inscribed sentiment sheet to the radio bandleader Vincent Lopez. * Tetley, Walter. * Vye, Murvyn, slip signed. * Grauer, Ben, slip signed & inscribed. * Reed, Alan, note signed & inscribed. * Sharbutt, Del., slip signed & inscribed. * Lauck, Chester, check signed. Hollywood, Jan. 22, 1940. * Goff, Norris, check signed. Hollywood, Dec. 30, 1939. * Niles, Wendell, slip signed & inscribed. * Niles, Ken, slip signed & inscribed. * Goodwin, Bill, contract signed. Beverly Hills, Sept. 5, 1957. 1p, 4to, Bob Hope Show. * von Zell, Harry, slip signed & inscribed. * Wilcox, Harlow, card signed. * Wallington, James, slip inscrived, signed & dated “1934”. * Carpenter, Ken, slip signed. * Herlihy, Ed., 10 x 8 inch photo signed & inscribed. * Baruch, Andrew, contract signed, Sept. 12, 1960. * Jordan, Jim, card signed. Also as Fibler McGreen. $200-300 606 131120/4 6 vols. Golf: Whipham, H.J. How to Play Golf. Chicago: Herbert S. Stone, 1898. 1st ed. [presumed 2nd ptg] 8vo, orig. blue cloth, gilt; rather scuffed. Numerous full page 1/2 tone photo illus. Golf & other sporting company adverts at back. Internally clean. * Hutchinson, Horace G. The Book of Golf and Golfers. N.Y: Longmans, Green, 1899. 1st Amer. ed. 8vo, orig. red cloth, gilt, t.e.g., gilt, other edges untrimmed; light to moderate edge wear, rather scuffed. Photo gravure frontis. Numerous 1/2 tone photo plates. Some foxing to frontis & 1/2 title. Slightly toned. But sound copy. * Camp, Walter; Brooks, Lilian. Drives and Puts: A Book of Golf Stories. Boston: L.C. Page, 1899. 1st ed. Sm. 8vo, orig. color pictorial green cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. Slightly scuffed. Some foxing to endpapers. * Jones, Ernest; Broown, Innis. Swinging into Golf. N.Y: Whittlesey House, (1937). 1st ed. 8vo, orig. cloth; light wear. Illus. * Darwin, Bernard. British Golf. L: Collins, 1946. Sm. 4to, orig. pictorial bds; some edge wear. Presentation copy signed by the members of All England Women’s Association Touring Team, 1947. * Snead, Sam. The Education of a Golfer. N.Y., 1962. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. bds; light wear, minor dust soiling. Illus. Inscribed & signed by Sam Snead. $400-600 117

Index to Rare Books & Manuscripts African-American Material, 101, 105, 529, 531, 560, 602 Aldine Press, 481 American Literature, 20, 118, 119, 124, 125, 134, 139, 141, 193 American Presidents, 106, 112, 113, 115, 329, 536, 538A, 565, 568, 573, 575 American Revolution, 100, 103, 530 American South, 92, 93, 106, 560 American West, 19, 82 Americana, 18, 19, 43, 88-102, 105-110, 115, 117, 335, 525, 528-532, 534, 536, 537, 544, 569 Arabic Printing, 370-372, 375, 376 Architecture, 45-49, 76, 336, 337, 339, 340, 348, 352, 441 Asian Subjects, 79, 331 Astronomy, 361 Augustine, 421 Autograph Material, 33, 36, 37, 85, 144, 215, 235, 259, 291, 526A, 528, 534, 538, 538A, 540-559, 562, 565-575, 577-586A, 588-594, 596-604 BAL titles, 119-121, 124, 125, 134, 136-139, 141, 192, 193, 294 Bibles, 393, 456, 458-466, 502 Books on Books, 423 Bradley, Will, 137 British Poets, 196, 290 British Subjects, 330, 337, 344, 487, 535, 571, 572 Carey, Mathew, 540-542 Cartography, 326 Catholic Subjects, 369 Chagall, Marc, 71, 72, 75 Children's Books, 37-44, 168 Chinese Subjects, 323 Christian Religious Subjects, 316, 320, 345, 349, 353, 360, 365, 376, 381, 382, 388, 393, 395, 398, 400, 401, 407-415, 419, 421, 422, 424, 427-432, 434-437, 439, 440, 442, 444-450, 452, 453, 455-458, 461-463, 465-468, 471, 472, 476, 477, 482-484, 486, 488-495, 497-502, 506-508, 510-513, 515-518 Christian Subjects, 369 Civil War, 81, 83, 85, 111, 545-551, 553, 554, 556-561, 563, 565, 567, 568 Classical Subjects, 350, 362, 377, 394, 432, 469, 474, 479-481, 496, 499, 505 Color Plates, 8, 9, 11, 16, 17, 35, 332 Confederate Material, 545-551, 553-555, 558, 559, 566 Conrad, Joseph, 199-203 Crane, Stephen, 136, 138, 139, 141 Cruikshank, George, 278, 280 Darwin, Charles, 1, 2 Dickens, Charles, 279-281 Dickenson, Emily, 123-126 Donne, John, 314, 316

Doyle, Sir Arthur, 282, 284 Drama, 309 Durer, Albrecht, 500, 513 Early Printing, 301, 309-321, 323, 338-350, 352-354, 356-386, 388, 390-396, 398, 400, 401, 407-417, 419-425, 427-457, 459-495, 497-513, 515, 516 Egypt, 364, 371 Eliot, T.S., 166-176, 178 Emblem Books, 385, 386 English Literature, 135, 188-190, 194, 195, 197, 198, 212, 215, 248, 249, 258-260, 275, 276, 281, 293, 297, 299, 301, 309, 311, 312, 315 Erasmus, 387, 431, 445-448 Evans Titles, 99-101, 108, 109 Fashion, 34, 35 Filmography, 587 Fine Art, 26, 50-53, 55, 56, 58-60, 65-70, 72, 73, 75 Fine Bindings, 121, 135, 287, 288, 296, 333, 496 Fitzgerald, F. Scott, 221, 222 Franklin, Benjamin, 105, 116 French Literature, 144, 287-289 Frost, Robert, 127-132 George Washington, 115, 538 Golf, 606 Grant, U.S., 568 Graphic Art, 57-59, 68, 70, 72-74 Greek Printing, 364, 380, 391, 394, 417, 422, 460, 468 Hebrew Printing, 454 Hemingway, Ernest, 217-220 History, 333, 348, 350, 392, 394, 407, 416, 425, 487, 496 Hogarth Press, 204-206 Holmes, Sherlock, 283, 285 Howes Titles, 90, 91, 95-98, 110 Illustrated Books, 17-21, 25-27, 33, 36-40, 42, 53, 54, 71, 111, 137, 246, 277, 280, 377 Incunabula, 434, 500-513, 515, 516 Indian Subjects, 331 Ireland, 334, 336 Irish Subjects, 183-186, 336 Islamic Subjects, 371, 521 Italy, 326 James, Henry, 192, 193 Jefferson, Thomas., 92, 106 Joan Miro, 62, 63 Joyce, James, 179-182 Judaica, 71, 117, 345, 359, 425, 454, 464, 522


Keats, John, 297 Kennedy, Jacqueline, 570 Kipling, Rudyard, 276, 277 Koran, 372, 521 Law, 341, 358, 443, 504, 507 Leather Bindings, 115, 116, 122, 191, 279, 291, 296, 306, 333 Lewis, Wyndham, 223-225 Lincoln, Abraham, 107, 112, 113, 563, 565 Lindsay, Norman, 27 Literature, 135, 181, 182, 188, 189, 200, 232-234, 236, 258, 263-269, 271-274, 286-289 London, 337 Luther, Martin, 470, 482-484, 491, 492 Manuscript Material, 112, 113, 517-527, 529, 530, 532, 536-538, 540-543, 545, 546, 560-563, 567, 576, 583-587 Maps and Atlases, 110, 114, 322, 334, 335, 338, 342, 343, 346, 347, 359, 364, 390, 458 Matisse, Henri, 58 Medicine, 3-5 Middle East, 359, 371, 372, 521 Military History, 83, 102, 317, 330, 332 Milton, John., 310 Modern Art, 52, 53, 55, 57, 60-63, 65-67, 72-75 Modern Firsts, 123, 127, 128, 130-132, 136-138, 141, 142, 145-147, 149-156, 158-182, 189, 190, 194, 195, 199, 201-214, 216-225, 227-233, 235-243, 245-247, 275 Modern Movement, 181, 182 Music, 524, 585, 586A Mystery & Detective Fiction, 145, 282-285 Nabokov, V., 237 Native American Material, 86-89, 562 Natural History, 2, 7-9, 11-13, 16, 329, 347, 420 Occult, 361, 378, 379, 420 Performing Arts, 524, 586-594, 596-604 Periodicals, 34, 60, 63, 69, 103, 105-107, 111 Philadelphia & Pennsylvania, 33, 100, 526A, 527, 531, 540-542 Philology, 370, 375, 423, 485, 503, 505 Philosophy, 318, 373, 396, 400, 489, 494 Photography, 76, 78-87, 214, 562, 578, 580 Plutarch, 396 Poe, Edgar Allen, 121, 122 Poetry, 71, 120, 123-130, 132, 143, 144, 147-170, 172-176, 183-186, 196-198, 207-212, 214, 226, 227, 248, 249, 258, 260, 290-293, 295, 297-299, 301-308, 310, 312-314, 581

Polish Material, 69 Pound, Ezra, 158-163 Private Press Books, 154, 156, 157, 160, 185, 187, 204-206, 209, 213, 214 Psychology, 6 Rackham, Arthur, 25 Rand, Ayn, 232, 233 Russian Subjects, 323 Science, 1, 2, 4, 6, 318, 354, 361, 420, 587 Science Fiction & Fantasy, 270 Scottish Subjects, 304, 305 Seuss, Dr, 36 Ships & The Sea, 85, 535 Signed Books, 20, 24, 46, 129, 131, 154, 156, 164, 166, 167, 171, 177, 183, 207, 209, 223, 228, 230, 234, 275, 573 Slavery, 529 Social Sciences, 1, 6, 358, 504 Spanish Subjects, 363, 473 Sporting, 277, 606 STC & Wing Titles, 308-322 Stevens, Wallace, 147-155, 157 Technology, 354, 587 Tennyson, Lord, 292 Texas, 566 Thomas, Dylan, 210-212 Toulouse-Lautrec, 55 Travel & Exploration, 82, 92, 114, 245, 321-329, 334, 335, 342, 359, 364, 562 Verne, Jules, 263-274 Walt, Disney, 37 Washington, George, 95, 98, 99 Waugh, Evelyn, 239-243, 245 Western Travel, 114 Wilde, Oscar, 188-191 Winslow Homer, 111 Woolf, Virginia, 204-206 Wordsworth, W., 303 WWI Poetry, 143, 196, 198 Wyeth, N.C., 21, 24 Yeats, W.B., 183-186

Posters, Maps & Other Graphics sale 1455: lots 610-861 Wednesday, April 5th, 2013 at 10am


Table of Contents Early Prints & Works on Paper 610-626 American Historical Prints 627-673 Maps 674-735 Etchings and Engravings 736-763 Sporting Art, incl. original works 764-783 Natural History Prints 784-800 Posters 801-855 Illustration & Modern Art 856-end 121

EARLY PRINTS & WORKS ON PAPER Lots 616-626 610 122115/17 1 piece. Persian Miniature Watercolor on Paper. 6 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches; 170 x 120mm. Slightly dusty. Framed in embroidered mat - some dampstaining to mat. Image of mother holding child, seated on cushions placed on small rug. Likely 19th century. $200-300 See color illustration on page 71 611 122133/103 3 vols. 19th C. Indian paintings on Celluoid: c1870s. Oblong 4to, contemp. gilt decorated red morocco, metal clasps; corners bumped, edges worn. With approx 150 paintings, depicting everyday life, deities and architectural view. Views titled in pen on mount. Some of the paintings with surface losses and discoloration. The Estate of Paul and Miriam Grimes, New York, New York and Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. $2,000-3,000 See color illustration on page 72 612 121972/213 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved 16th Century Bird’s Eye View. Braun, George; Hogenberg, Franz. “Urbis Romae Situs Cum Ils Quae Adhus Conspiciumtur.” [Cologne], [1572 or later]. 14 3/4 x 19 3/4 inches; 355 x 482mm - plate mark. Framed. Small edge tear, extending 1/2 inch into image lower right corner. Later color. Koeman II 18. $600-800 612A 121972/212 3 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Bird’s Eye Views - Italian Cities: Braun, George; Hogenberg, Franz: “Ostia.” [Cologne], [1588 or later]. 11 1/2 x 19 3/8 inches; 292 x 482mm - plate mark. Koeman II, 21.* “Neapolis [Naples].” [Cologne], [1572 or later]. 11 1/2 x 19 3/8 inches; 292 x 482mm - plate mark. K II, 16. * “Avignon.” [Cologne], [1575 or later]. 12 x 18 inches; 304 x 457mm - plate mark. K II, 17. All with later color. All framed. Not examined out of frames. $1,000-1,500 613 122151/5 1 piece. Engraving. Raimondi, Marcantonio; Raphael, after. “La Peste [The Plague].” [c1516.] Likely 2nd state before Salamanca pub. imprint. 7 6/8 x 9 7/8 inches; 196 x 250mm - sheet size. Trimmed close to plate mark. Light surface and edge wear. Floating in frame. Bartsch 417. $400-600

613A 122151/6 3 pieces. Continental Etchings & Engravings - 16th -18th centurys: Dutch? Old Master etching of genre group. 6 x 7 1/2 inches. Framed. * Picart, Bernard. “The Moon and Endymion” & “The Golden Fleece Won by Jason.” [Paris], [c1731]. * early Dutch etching. $200-300 614 124002/2 1 piece. Von Uhde, Fritz (German, 1848-1911) Charcoal and white chalk on pale red paper. “Bildnisstudie.” Signed ‘F. v. Uhde’ upper right. 12 3/4 x 9 7/16 inches; 324 x 240. See Hans Rosenhagen, Uhde: Des Meisters Gemälde Stuttgart and Leipzig, 1908, p. XXXV (illus.) $600-1,000 615 131215/2 1 piece. Etching. “Rogerus Payne.” London: J. Harding, March 1, 1800. 11 x 8 inches; 279 x 203mm - plate mark. Minor to moderate spotting. Framed. Roger Payne (1738-1797); British bookbinder. This etching was commissioned by bookseller and patron Thomas Payne. $200-300 616 12-8005/25 3 pieces. Continental 19th Century Drawings: Rolandson, Thomas. “Pulling on His Boots”. Pencil on paper. 7 3/8 x 4 7/8 inches. * “Lamb Grazing.” Charcoal & white chalk on tan paper. 6 7/8 x 8 3/4 inches; 175 x 222mm. * “Seated Cow.” Signed with indecipherable monogram upper left and lower left, charcoal on tan paper. 3/16 x 8 5/8 inches; 132 x 219mm. $300-500 617 12-8005/30 4 pieces. 18th/19th Century Drawings: “Two Sheep.” Pencil on paper. 2 15/16 x 5 1/16 inches; 75 x 129mm. * “Two Sheep.” Pen and black ink with charcoal and red chalk on tan paper. 3 7/8 x 4 13/16 inches; 98 x 122mm. * Roos, Philipp Peter, attributed to. “Sheep.” Inscribed ‘M (?) Roos. fecit’ on backing sheet, charcoal on paper. 2 5/16 x 3 1/16 inches; 59 x 78mm. All framed together. * “Donkeys at Play.” Signed with initials ‘S.H.’ lower right, pencil on tan paper. 4 11/16 x 5 1/4 inches; 119 x 133mm. $300-500


618 121972/58 2 pieces. Continental 17th C. Drawings: Charcoal Heightened by Chalk, on tan paper. Attributed to Edme Bouchardon (French, 1698-1762). Study of Hands. * Charcoal and Chalk on blue-green paper. Crespi, Daniele, attributed to (Italian, 1598-1630). Study of a Man Seen from behind. 11 3/8 x 7 1/2 inches; 299 x 194mm. $300-500 619 121482/6 12 pieces. Earlom, Richard. Mezzotints printed in Sepia. From Liber Vertitatis. London, 1777-1819, numbers 4, 132, (?), 33, 134,(?), 41, 197, 16, and 38. Approx. 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 in; 216 x 267mm. Framed. $500-800 620 121688/4A 3 pieces. Etchings. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. [Vasi Candelabri, Cippi.] [Paris, 1800]: Views of the Curial Chair. 2 etchings on 1 sheet, each 15 3/8 x 10 1/4 inches; 390 x 260mm, full margins. Minor foxing, chipping in margins. Wilton-Ely 975 & 976. * Antique marble altar decorated with a frieze of figures; funerary urn with lid. 2 etchings on 1 sheet, 15 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches; 390 x 250mm; 15 3/8 x 10 inches; 390 x 255mm. Light to moderate foxing to edges. * Various lamps of bronze. 15 20 7/8 inches; 380 x 530mm, full margins. Light foxing to edges. Wilton-Ely 898; 983 & 982. $300-500 621 121688/4B 4 pieces. Etchings. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. [Vasi Candelabri, Cippi.] [Presumed Paris, 1800]: Two marble tripods in the Villa Albani. 20 3/4 x 15 3/8 inches; 530 x 390mm, full margins. Light foxing to edges. Wilton-Ely 918. * Large vase in the Villa Lante...Janiculum Hill. 21 x 15 1/4 inches; 525 x 383mm, full margins. Minor creasing, light foxing to edges. W-E 989.* Marble altar dedicated to Apollo. 20 3/4 x 15 1/2 inches; 527 x 390mm, full margins. Some darkening to edges. Wilton-Ely 988 * Perspective view of the above altar. 21 x 15 1/4 inches; 530 x 385mm, full margins. Minor chipping to edges, close tear in upper left margins. W-E 927. $400-600 622 121688/4E 3 pieces. Etchings. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. [Vasi Candelabri, Cippi.] [Paris, 1800]]: Marble vase with frieze of arabesques. 21 x 15 1/8 inches; 533 x 385mm, full margins. Minor foxing to edges. Occasional chipping & a few close tears in margins. Wilton-Ely 759. * Antique marble vase...Capitoline Museum - 21 x 15 1/2 inches; 533 x 398mm. Full margins, minor foxing to edges, occasional chipping & a few close tears in margins. W-E 933. * Antique marble vase; marble tripod. 2 etchings on 1 sheet. 15 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches; 390 x 260mm; 15 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches; 390 x 245mm. Full margins. Light to moderate foxing, primarily to edges. W-E 979 & 980. $400-600

623 121688/4F 3 pieces. Etchings. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. [Vasi Candelabri, Cippi.] [Paris, 1800]: Marble candelabrum from the collection of the author. 26 1/2 x 16 1/2 inches; 680 x 420mm, full margins. WiltonEly 912. * Three vases. 20 3/4 x 15 1/8 inches; 530 x 385mm, full margins. W-E 937. * Section and views of marble gallery. 25 3/4 x 16 1/4 inches; 655 x 415mm, full margins. W-E 100. All with light foxing - primarily to edges, some minor creasing. $300-500 624 128098/1 2 pieces. Engravings. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista.”Trofilo Antico...,” [Vasi, etc.] [Rome], [1778 or later]. 21 x 15 3/8 inches; 533 x 390mm, full margins. Slightly toned. Scattered light foxing. 2 views of this subject. Wilton-Ely 959 & 1950. $250-400 625 131166/7 1 piece. Engraving. Piranesi, (Battista Giovanni.)” Veduta del Pinte Molle...” [Vedute di Roma], [Rome, 1762]. 1st state. 17 x 27 1/16 inches; 432 x 687mm, trimmed just inside plate mark. Lightly to moderately toned, mounted on bd. Framed. Hind 64I. $250-400 626 122519/22 1 vol. [Engraved Views of Rome] [Rome?, c1830s] Oblong folio, orig black bds; worn, covers detached. With 39 engraved views by Franzetti, Agapito. Last engraved view trimmed close to plate edge and with repairs. Lacks title page. Scattered light to moderate spotting, mostly to margins. Occasional edgewear and small tears. $500-800

AMERICAN HISTORICAL PRINTS Lots 627-673 627 121972/246 1 piece. Colored Engraving. Woodruff, William. “Declaration of Independence.” [Philadelphia],[1819]. 24 1/2 x 20 inches; 609 x 508mm. Surface losses, and some abrasions. Later color. Clean and restored. Framed. $400-600 123

628 122364/66 1 piece. Engraving. Trumbull, John, after., “The Battle of Bunker’s Hill, Near Boston, June 7, 1775.” London: A.C. de Pogg, March 1798. 24 5/8 x 33 3/4 inches; 625 x 838mm - sheet size, image, text, blank border. Some darkening & staining outside of image, professionally repaired & mounted on modern sheet. Framed. $800-1,200 629 122364/34 1 piece. Engraving. Sartain, J(ohn), after Inman, H(enry). “William Penn.” Phila., [1834-35]. Mezzotint, 23 1/4 x 17 3/4 inches; 590 x 450mm. Trimmed within plate mark - image, text, margins. Strong, rich impression, clean & attractive. Sheet unevenly trimmed but not impairing image or text. $250-400 629A 131151/2 1 piece. Photogravure. [Rummell, Richard.] “Harvard University [Bird’s Eye View]”. Boston: F. D. Nichols, 1906. 14 1/2 x 28 1/2 inches; 368 x 724mm. With remarque. Moderately to heavily toned, minor surface wear. Framed. $200-300 630 122364/32 1 piece. Engraving. Durand, Asher B., after Trumble, John. “The Declaration of Independence of the United States of America.” Philadelphia, 1820 [but 1823]. 22 x 30 7/8 inches; 558 x 784mm, lightly & attractively toned. Trimmed within plate mark - image, text, narrow marins. Proof. Strong impression, clean & attractive. Matted, hinge mounted. * With [Iconographic & signature key to signers of the Declaration.] Engraving. 30 1/2 x 9 inches; 775 x 230mm; light foxing. $800-1,200 631 122364/16 1 piece. Stipple Engraving. Houston, J. “His Excellency John Adams President of the United States of America.” Philadelphia: D. Kennedy, [1797-98]. 11 x 8 1/2 inches; 280 x 215mm; trimmed within plate mark, image, text & decorative borders intact, occasional very minor dust smudging & light creasing. Portrait of Adams produced early in his term as President after William Joseph Williams. Matted, corner hinged. [Oliver, Portraits of John & Abigail. Adams 42; Stauffer 1454. $400-700

632 122364/14 1 piece. Stipple Engraving. Galland, J., after Batoli, F. “His Excellency George Washington Lieut. Genl. of the Armies of the United States of America.” Baltimore: Ferrai & Dupin, [1798?] 11 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches; 285 x 215mm; lightly & attractively toned. Trimmed within plate mark - image, text & borders intact. On woven paper. Matted - corner hinged. Dedicated to Commodore John Barry. The head of Washington was based on Gilbert Stuart’s “Anthenaeum” likeness life time image of Washington. Baker 228; Stauffer 1024ii; see Wick 61 for David Edwin’s slightly earlier engraving of this pose and setting. $300-500 633 121972/55 2 pieces. Engravings - George Washington: Mezzotint. Savage, Edward, after. “George Washington.” London, June 25 1793. 21 x 15 7/8 inches; 533 x 403mm - plate mark, trimmed at or just outside plate mark. 2 repairs to central image, discolored. Framed. Wick 33. * Laugier, Jean Nicholas. “Washington” New York: James Herring, 1839. After Leon Cogniet. 2 small edge tears lower left side, mounted to heavy modern paper. Overall clean bright image. 28 1/2 x 23 inches; 711 x 584mm - sheet size. $1,000-1,500 634 122364/18 2 pieces. Tinted Lithographs. Washington, George: “Indians Chaties/ Indians Punished.” * “Prise de Yorktown/ The Taking of Yorktown.” Paris & New York: Turgis, n.d. [c1850]. 15 x 18 1/2 inches; 380 x 470mm - image & text; 20 x 27 inches; 508 x 685mm - sheet size; scattered light foxing, occasional minor creasing, a few small repairs to versos. Matted, hinge mounted. $300-500 635 122364/62 3 pieces. American 19th-Century Prints - George Washington at Home: Barlow, Tho. Oldham, after Rossiter, T.F. & Mignot, L.R. “The Home of Washington.” New York: J. McClure, 1863. Engraving, 23 x 23 inches; 584 x 838mm, trimmed at bottom plate mark, other narrow margins. Light to occasionally moderate foxing outside of image, minor chipping along bottom edge. * (Knodler, M., pub.) “Life of George Washington, The Christian.” New York, 1853. Lithograph, 29 1/2 x 24 7/8 inches; 520 x 630mm - sheet size. Trimmed within last line of text below image, wear & creasing below image, expert repairs to verso. Image clean & intact. Matted, hinge mounted. * Doney, T[homas.], after Dunthie, J[ames.] “Last Moments of Washington.” New York: William Pate, [1861]. Mezzotint, 21 3/4 x 30 inches; 552 x 760mm, margins slightly dusty outside of image, a few short professionally repaired tears just extending into blank areas above bottom plate mark. Matted. $600-800


636 122364/51 1 piece. Steel Engraving. Giradent, Paul, after Leutze, E(manuel.) “Washington Crossing the Delaware.” New York: Goupil, 1853. Chine applique, 25 x 39 1/8 inches; 635 x 995mm. Lightly & attractively toned. $1,200-1,800 637 122364/52 1 piece. Engraving. Buttre, J.C., after Woolaston, (John). [Martha Danderidge Custis - later Mrs. Washington.] [New York], [c1852.] Mezzotint, 29 5/8 x 21 1/2 inches; 750 x 545mm, full margins. Lightly & attractively toned. Full length portrait of Martha as a young woman. Drawn by W. Oliver, after Woolaston’s portrait. $250-400 638 122364/53 2 pieces. Engravings. [Portraits of George Washington.] Walter, Adam B., after Peal, Rembrandt. “Patriae Pater.” Philadelphia: H.M. McCann, [c1865] On india paper, 21 1/8 x 17 3/8 inches; 535 x 440mm, orig. heavy paper mount. Slightly dusty, occasional minor dampstaining, several repairs to verso, small area of image professionally filled in. Matted. * Ritchie, A.H., after Rothermel, P.F. “G. Washington.” New York: Fischel; Adler & Scwartz, 1852. 30 x 21 inches; 760 x 533mm, margins. Lightly but attractively toned. Horizontal fissure below most of bottom margin, a few close tears in right margin 1 horizontal close tear extending 3 inches into image at middle right. $500-800 639 122364/54 5 pieces. Engravings & Other Graphics - George Washington in War & Peace: Tomkins, C., after Robinson, Imogene. [The Provision Train. Washington at Valley Forge..] New York: M. Knoedler, 1877. Proof before letters, applique engraving, 24 x 34 1/2 inches; 610 x 875mm. Good margins. Clean & attractive. * Babbitt, B.T., after Leutze, Emanuel. “Washington Crossing the Delaware.” [New York], [c1870]. Engravings, 9 1/2 x 23 inches; 240 x 584mm, full margins. Etched remarque of eagle below image. Attractive. * Sadd, H.S., after Matteson, Thompkinson H. “Washington Delivering His Inaugural Address, April 1789, in the Old City Hall, New York.” N.Y: J. Neale, 1849. Engraving, 22 x 28 inches; 560 x 715mm, expert margins. Repairs outside image, mounted on heavy paper sheet. * Ritchie, A.H., after Huntington, Daniel F. “ Lady Washington’s Reception.” N.Y: E. Seitz, [c1865]. Engraving, 26 3/4 39 3/4 inches; 680 x 1010mm - sheet size (image, text, blank edges.) Some chipping at edges, several expert repairs outside & just touching image. Clean. * Buttre, J.C., after Momberger, W. & Kemble, W. “Washington’s Farewell Address.” New York, 1856. Folio sheet, some dampstaining. Framed. $500-800

640 122364/58 1 piece. Engraving. Renault, John Francis, after. “The British Surrendering Their Arms to Gen. Washington after Their Defeat at Yorktown...October 1781.” Phila.: Tanner Vallance, Kerny & Co., [c1820]. 24 1/2 x 33 1/8 inches; 620 x 840mm, trimmed within plate mark, image, text & imprint intact, light to moderately toned, creases & professional repairs below image. Matted, hinged. Fielding 1567; American Battle Art 29. $1,000-1,500 641 122364/59 1 piece. Engraving. Tanner, Benjamin, after Reinagle, Hugh. “Macdonough’s Victory of Lake Champlain and Defeat of the British Army at Plattsburg by Gen. Macomb, Sept. 11th 1814.” Philadelphia: B. Tanner, July 4, 1816. 19 3/4 x 25 3/4 inches; 500 x 655mm, trimmed within plate mark - text, imprint, narrow blank borders, slightly to moderately toned, small professional repairs in imagem another repair outside image, lightly to moderately & attractively toned, archively mounted to modern paper sheet. Matted, hinged. Album of American Battle Art, #44. $1,000-1,500 642 122364/60 1 piece. Engraving. Clemens, J.T., after Trumbull, John. “ The Death of General Montgomery in the Attack of Quebec. Dec., 1775.” London: Antonio C. de Poggi, March 1798. 23 1/2 x 32 1/2 inches; 595 x 825mm, trimmed just at platemark. Professionally repaired small tear just touching image at top, another professionaly repaired tear in title below image, lightly & attractively toned. Matted, hinged. $800-1,200 643 122364/63 2 pieces. Engravings - Benjamin Franklin: Pelton, O. “Poor Richard’s Illustrated Lessons for the Young and Old on Industry, Temperance, Frugality & C. by Benjamin Franklin.” Boston: Samuel A. Allen & Thos. R. Holland, 1859. 19 1/2 x 24 3/4 inches; 495 x 628mm; trimmed at top plate mark, other narrow margins. Edges slightly dusty, a few professional repairs at verso, mounted to modern heavy paper sheet. Matted - hinge mounted. * Whitechurch, (Robert), after Schussele, C(hristian). “Franklin at the Court of St. James.” London, 1774. New York: Thomas Kelly, 1868. 29 x 39 inches; 735 x 990mm. Trimmed at bottom plate mark, other good margins. Minor foxing to margins, small areas of discoloration outside of image and to verso. Strong impression, image clean & attractive. Matted, corner hinge mounted. $500-800 125

644 122364/64 2 pieces. American 19th-Century Portrait Prints - Andrew Jackson: Newsman, Albert, after Hubard, William James. “Andrew Jackson.” Phila.: Childs & Inman, 1833. Lithograph, 19 1/2 x 12 1/4 inches; 495 x 310mm - sheet size (image, text, borders.); minor edge wear, some darkening to borders. * [Welch, Thomas B., after Sully, Thomas.] [Andrew Jackson.] [Philadelphia: G.W. Childs, [1852]. Proof before letters. Steel engraving, 25 3/4 x 20 inches; 654 x 508mm, margins; minor spotting at edges of margins, area within plate mark clean & bright. $250-400 645 122364/17 3 pieces. Engraved & Lithographic Portraits - American Civil War & Other Military Leaders: Sartain, William. “Robert E. Lee.” Phila., [c1865]. Mezzotint, 14 x 10 15/16 inches; 355 x 277mm; trimmed within platemark, but leaving good margins, lightly to moderately toned. Matted - hinge mounted. * “Geo. B. MClellan, USA. Late Commander in Chief.” N.p. [c1865] Engraving, 21 1/2 x 17 1/4 inches; 545 x 438mm, wide margins. Strong dark impression, clean & attractive. * Winfield Scott. Lieut. General Commanding U.S. Army. New York: Charles Magnus, [1858]. Lithograph with tinted background. 23 x 18 inches; 584 x 457mm - sheet size; minor wear, clean & attractive. Matted, hinge mounted. $300-500 646 122364/19 3 pieces. Engraved & Lithographic Portraits - Ulysses S. Grant: Sartain, William. “Ulysses S. Grant.” Philadelphia, 1868. Mezzotint, 25 1/2 x 18 1/4 inches; 645 x 460mm, margins; minor marginal wear. 3/4 figure portrait of Grant about to assume the Presidency. * U.S. Grant and his family. Chicago: Kurz & Allison, 1885. Lithograph, 21 1/8 x 27 1/8 cinhes; 535 x 690mm - sheet size; some staining & wear at edges, several professional repairs, a few small abrasions at bottom border of image. Matted, hinge mounted. * Buttre, J.C., after. Photo by Anderson. “Ulysses S. Grant.” New York: Fishel, Adler & Schwartz, 1885. Mezzotint, 28 x 21 3/4 inches; 710 x 550mm, margins. Strong impression, clean & attractive. $400-600 647 122364/20 1 piece. Two-tone Lithograph. Kurz & Allison. “Full Rank Major Generals of the United States Army - Civil War 1861-65.” Chicago, (1887). 39 x 26 3/4 inches; 990 x 680mm - sheet size. Lightly & attractively toned, small paper wound at upper left margin, small professional repair just touching image at upper left. $300-500

648 122364/21 1 piece. Engraving. Sartain, John, after Rothermel, Peter F. [Battle of Gettysburg.] (Philadelphia), 1872. 24 x 37 7/8 inches; 610 x 960mm, laid on contemp. backing sheet, lightly & attractively toned. Proof before letters, signed in pencil below image by Peter F. Rothermel & John Sartain. Strong impression, clean & attractive. $500-800 649 122364/22 1 piece. Engraving. Hill, H.B. jr after Bachelder, John B. “Gettysburg. Repulse of Longstreet’s Assault.” Boston: James Drummond Ball, [1870]. 21 1/2 x 42 inches; 546 x 1065mm - full sheet; light staining to bottom margins, a few small tears in margins. Professionally repaired. Strong, dark impression, clean & attractive. With: “Key to the painting and Engraving. “Repulse of Longstreet’s Assault.” New York, 1870. 12 x 19 inches; 305 x 480mm; minor edge wear. Clean. $800-1,200 650 122364/23 1 piece. Lithograph. Sheppard, W.L.S. “The Charge of the First Maryland Regiment at the Death of Ashby.” Baltimore: A Holn, (1867). 21 1/2 x 28 inches; 545 x710mm - sheet size. Professional repairs to verso, minor foxing, but bright & attractive. Matted, hinge mounted. $500-800 651 122364/24 2 pieces. Wood Engravings - Civil War Battle Scenes: Darley, F.O.C. “Sherman’s March to the Sea.” N.p., 1883. 22 x 32 inches; 558 x 810mm - sheet size. Slightly toned. * Schlecht, Charles after, Redwood, Allen. “Sheridan’s Charge at the Battle of Fire Forks, Va, March 31st, 1865.” New York: Wm Pate, (1886). Chine applique on heavy stock, 21 1/2 x 32 1/2 inches; professional repairs in margins. Clean & attractive. $300-500 652 122364/28 1 piece. Engraving. McRae, John C., after Oertel, Joannes A. “Pulling Down the Statue of George III. By the ‘Sons of Freedom.’ At the Bowling Green City of New York, July 1776.” N.Y., [1859]. Mezzotint. 23 1/2 x 32inches; 597 x 813mm, margins at top & sides. Trimmed within bottom plate-mark, just touching bottom of title lettering. Strong impression, clean & attractive. $300-500


653 122364/29 2 pieces. American 19th-Century Prints - Daniel Webster as subject: Lewis, G.W. “Daniel Webster Addressing the U.S. Senate on the Compromise Measures, March 7th 1850.” Lithograph. 25 1/8 x 31 1/8 inches; 638 x 790mm - sheet size; some wear, staining & creases at edges, occasional minor wear at edges of image. * Mottram, C., after Ames, J. “The Last Days of Webster at Marschfield.” New York: Smith & Parmelle, 1858. Mezzotint, 28 1/2 x 36 3/4 inches; 724 x 933mm, margins. Occasional minor chipping at bottom margin, close 2 inch vertical tear at bottom left text below image. Strong impression, image clean & attractive. $500-800 654 122364/30 1 piece. Engraving. Sartain, John, after Schussele, Christian. “Men of Progress - American Inventors.” New York: Munn, 1864. Steel mezzotint. 26 3/4 x 40 inches; 680 x 1015mm - sheet size - image, text, margins; minor edge wear. Proof. Strong impression, clean & attractive. $500-800 655 122364/31 1 piece. Engraving. Ritchie, A.H, after Hicks, Thomas. “Authors of the United States.” New York. 23 1/2 x 37 5/8 inches; 595 x 955mm sheet size, image, text, margins. Lightly & attractively toned. Occasional minor discoloration to bottom right margin. $400-600 656 122364/33 3 pieces. American 19th-Century American Presidents - Group/ Vignette portraits: Endicott, G. & W. “The Presidents of the United States.” New York: T. & E.H. Ensign, 1845. Partly hand-colored lithograph, 42 x 32 inches; 1065 x 810mm - sheet size. Some creasing & fading to color, expertly repaird. & Rice, J.R. “Presidents of the United States of America, First Century.” N.p: St. Arthur & Son, 1876. Engraving, 17 1/2 x 24 3/4 inches; 445 x 630mm, wide margins. Strong impression, clean & attractive. * Hart, Charles. “Our Presidents, 1789-1881.” N.Y: E. Myers, 1882. Lithograph, 22 x 28 inches; 560 x 710mm - sheet size. Very slightly & attractively toned. $500-800

657 122364/55 1 piece. Engraving. Gugler, Henry., after Littlefield, John H. “Lincoln” (New York: William Pare & Co., 1869.) 29 1/2 x 22 inches; 750 x 560mm, trimmed within plate mark to image, presumambly as issued, some edge wear, image clean & attractive. Strong impression. The engraver Henry Gugler, who worked at the National Note Bureau spent three year completing this engraving. $500-800 658 122364/56 1 piece. Hand-Coloured Engraving. Ritchie, A.H., after Carpenter, F.B. “The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the Cabinet.” New York, 1866. 25 1/4 x 35 7/8 inches; 640 x 910mm, sheet size, trimmed within plate. Image, text & imprint intact. Light to moderate mat burn, 12 inch professionally repaired tear in image - fissure & occasional small areas of paper loss in image of Lincoln’s leg & right arm. $400-600 659 122364/57 1 piece. Tinted Lithograph. Tholey, Charles. “Funeral Car, Used at the Obsequies of President Lincoln in Philadelphia, April 22nd, 1865.” (Philadelphia, 1865.) 22 3/4 x 27 3/4 inches; 575 x 705mm, sheet size - image, text, blank borders; lightly to moderately attractively toned, several professional repairs to verso, blank corners chipped. $800-1,200 660 122364/61 3 pieces. Engravings - Early American Subjects: McRae, John C., after Bruechner, Henry. “The Marriage of Pocahontus.” New York: Joseph Laing, 1855. 27 1/2 x 37 1/4 inches; 700 x 945mm, margins. Strong impression. Minor wear. * Perine, George E., after White, Edwin. “Signing of the Compact in the Cabin of the Mayflower.” New York: Pike’s New York Opera House Association, 1858. Mezzotint, 23 3/4 x 32 5/8 inches; 603 x 830mm - sheet size - image & text complete. A few small repairs to verso, 2 small close tears at bottom margin just extending into text, margins a little dusty, a few repairs & paper fill-ins in blank margins. Matted, hinge mounted. * Andrews, J., after Rothermel, Peter F. [Pilgrim’s Landing in the New World.] Boston, 1869. Mezzotint, 20 1/2 x 26 3/8 inches; 520 x 670mm, full margins; some dampstainin in upper margin, edges of sheet a little dusty, a few small repairs at margins. Good impression, strong impression, clean within plate mark. Proof before letters. $500-800 127

661 122364/65 4 pieces. American 19th-Century Prints - Abraham Lincoln Portraits: Sartain, William. “Abraham Lincoln.” [c1870s]. Mezzotint engraving, 15 x 12 inches; 380 x 305mm, full margins. Slightly toned, scattered light foxing, professional repair on verso of center right margin. * Butte, J(ohn). “Abraham Lincoln.” New York, [c1863-65]. Mezzotint engraving, 28 1/2 x 21 inches; 724 x 530mm, margins. Strong impression. Clean & attractive. * Marshall, William E. “Abraham Lincoln.” New York: Ticknor & Fields and Wm. E. Marshall, 1866. Steel engraved mezzotint, 20 5/8 x 15 7/8 inches; 524 x 403mm, trimmed within plate mark. Strong impression. Clean & attractive. * (Currier, N.; Ives, J.M., pub.) “Abraham Lincoln, the Nation’s Martyr. As Assasinated. April 14th, 1865.” Lithograph, 14 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches; 368 x 265mm, sheet size - image, text, imprint, blank borders. Gale _. $500-800

663 121972/159 1 piece. Hand-colored Lithograph. McKenney, Thomas L: Hall, James. [History of the Indian Tribes of North America, Phila., 1836-1844.] “Aseola: A Seminole Leader” Phila: J.T. Bowen, 1842. 19 6/8 x 14 inches; 501 x 355mm - sheet size. Some cellotape near edges, 1 small edge tear. Lightly discolored. Framed. $400-600

662 121972/158 1 piece. Hand-colored Lithograph. McKenney, Thomas L: Hall, James. [History of the Indian Tribes of North America, Phila., 1836-1844.] “Ne Sou A Quoit. A Fox Chief.” Phila: F.W. Greenough, 1836. 20 x 13 3/4 inches; 508 x 349mm - sheet size. Repaired tear to edge, scattered spotting and discoloration. Framed. $400-600

664D 121972/78 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Jansson, J. “Virginiae partis australis Floridae.” [Amsterdam],[c1639]. 15 1/4 x 20 inches; 387 x 508mm - plate mark; 18 3/4 x 23 inches; 476 x 584mm sheet size. French text verso. Later color. Bright and attractive. Framed. Burden 254; Cumming 42. $800-1,200

664 121607/4 1 piece. Hand-Colored Lithograph. McKenney, Thomas L; Hall, James. [History of the Indian Tribes of North America, Phila., 1836-1844.] “Kish Ke Kosh - A Fox Brave.” Phila: P.W. Greenough, c1836. 20 x 15 inches; 508 x 381mm - sheet size; moderate mat burn. Colours still nice and bright. Framed, not examined out of frame. $300-500

665 121577/4 1 piece. Hand Colored Lithograph. (Currier, N.; Ives, J. publishers); Knirsch, O. “The Road, Winter. New York, 1853. 19 x 26 1/4 inches; 483 x 667mm - image and text. 21 x 30 inches; 533 x 762mm - sheet size. Lightly toning and a few small shallow abrasions in image. In background of blank margin corner creased and starting to chip. Areas outside image lightly to moderately toned. Small chip to image of blanket. Body of carriage in beige, not orange-red. Orig. color. Framed. Gale 5613; New Best 50, #1. $2,500-3,500


666 121746/4 1 piece. Hand Colored Lithograph. (Currier, N; Ives, J., publishers;) Pulman, F.F. “American Winter Scene - Morning”. New York, 1854. 17 1/2 x 23 7/8 inches; 445 x 605mm - image and text. 25 x 19 inches, 635 x 482mm - sheet size. Mounted to bd. Light to moderate mat burn. Inch wide vertical strip of mat burn at right and center of image, some in background. Light toning to image, text and margins. Orig. color. Framed. Gale 222; New Best 50, #25. $800-1,200 667 122397/3 1 piece. Chromolithograph. Currier, N.; Ives, J.N., pub. “The City of New York.” New York, 1892. 30 x 41 inches; 762 x 1040mm, sheet size image, text, imprint, blank borders. Some dampstaining to right blank border, a few small repaired tears in borders, just touching image, 1 repaired tear extending 10 inches into image at middle left. Lightly toned. Gale 1224. $2,000-3,000 668 121972/235 1 piece. Hand-Colored lithograph. Currier, N.; Ives, J.N., pub.; Tait, Fitzwilliam. “American Winter Sports. Trout Fishing on Chateaughay Lake.” New York, 1856. 17 5/8 x 24 inches; 431 x 609mm - sheet size. Image intact but trimmed through imprint line. Mounted in two places by edge, small edge tears, lightly toned. Framed. New Best 50, #42; Gale 0224. $800-1,200

670 131181/4 1 piece. Color Lithograph. Wise, John C. “Execution of the Thirty-Eight Sioux Indians at Mankato Minnesota, December 26, 1862.” Buffalo, N.Y: Hayes Litho. Co., 1883. 16 1/2 x 21 1/4 inches; 420 x 540mm - sheet size. Slightly & attractively toned, small chips to bottom margin corners. $200-300 671 11-1970/15 1 piece. Chromolithograph. Oval Bust Portrait of George Washington. [c1875-1885]. 14 x 10 1/2 inches; 355 x 265mm. With chromolitho. geometrical border, in period hardwood frame, clean & attractive. $200-300 672 122397/8 1 piece. Color Lithograph. Bird’s Eye View. Fowler, T.M.; Moyer, James B. pub. “Denison, Grayson County, Texas, 1891.” Morrisville, PA. Published by T. M. Fowler and James B. Moyer. 33 1/2 x 21 inches; 838 x 533mm. Light wear. Reps 3961. $200-300 673 121972/233 1 piece. Watercolor & Gouche. “George Washigton.” Early 20th century. Skilled amateur portrait after Gilbert Stuart’s 1796 portrait. 13 x 9 1/2 inches; 330 x 241mm - sight size. Framed. $200-300

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669 131181/8 2 pieces. Chromolithographs: Currier, N; Ives, J.N., pub. [Great Trotting Horses]: “The Champion Pacer Johnston.” New York, 1884. After John Cameron. 20 1/2 x 27 inches; 520 x 685mm - image & text, 24 1/2 x 31 3/4 inches; 622 x 806mm - sheet size. Lightly toned, very light mat burn. Gale 5440. * “Trotting for a Great Stake.” New York, 1890. After Louis Maurer. 19 x 28 1/2 inches; 480 x 724mm image & text, 22 1/2 x 32 inches; 570 x 812mm - sheet size. Light to moderate toning, dampstained along bottom blank edge. Gale _. $500-800

674 122397/2A 1 piece. Hand Colored Engraved Map. De Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni, after Sanson, Guillaume. “L’America Septentrionale.” Rome, 1677. 16 x 21 3/4 inches; 406 x 552mm, full margins. Clean & attractive. Old (orig?) color. California as an island. Burden 491. $400-600 674A 131181/1 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Jansson, Jan. “Nova Anglia. Novum Belgium et Virginia...” Amsterdam, [1636]. 15 1/8 x 20 inches; 384 x 508mm, full margins; lightly to moderately toned. French text on verso. Old (orig?) color. Burden pl. 247; Cumming, The Southeast in Early Maps 39 - 1st Jansson state. $800-1,200 129





674B 131202/6 1 piece. Engraved Map with Outline Color. Brassier, William. “A Survey of Lake Champlain including Lake George..” London: Sayer & Bennett, August 5, 1776. 26 x 18 3/4 inches; 660 x 457mm. Trimmed within plate mark, neat lines & narrow blank borders preserved, some wear along old folds, small area of paper loss in center of imprint. Small scattered areas of discoloration. Proffessionaly conserved & backed. Framed. 1st of 3 states - not showing Battle of Valcour Island. See Nebenzahl 46; Stevens & Tree 25a. $2,000-3,000

674C 121972/83 3 pieces. Hand Colored Engraved 18th Century Maps - Mexico & The West Indies: Kitchin, Thomas. “Map of the European Settlements in Mexico or New Spain and the West Indies Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean.” [London]: T. Cadell, 1783. 13 1/4 x 20 inches; 330 x 508mm - plate mark, trimmed by plate mark, reinforced on left side. Later color. Edges a little toned. * Zannoni, M. Rizzi. “ Carte GeoHydrographique du Golfe du Mexico.” Paris, [c1780]. 12 3/4 x 18 1/2 inches; 304 x 457mm - plate mark, margins. Later color. * Bonne, M. “Carte du Mexique.” Paris: Lattre, 1771. 12 1/2 x 17 inches; 304 x 431mm - plate mark. Later color, generally clean and bright. $300-500 131

678 131202/3 1 piece. Engraved Map with Hand Outline Color. Holme, Thomas. “A Mapp of Ye Improved Part of Pennsylvania in America, Divided into Countyes, Townships and Lotts.” With inset map, “The City of Philadelphia Two Miles in Length and one in Breadth.” [London]: P. Lea, c1687]. 1st state of single sheet issue. 16 x 21 1/2 inches; 405 x 533mm. Some creasing along old folds, a few small areas of paper loss mostly along center horizontal fold. Professionally repaired, conserved & lined. Framed. Burden 669; Stevens & Tree 68a. $20,000-30,000


679 121972/72 1 piece. Hand Colored Engraved Map. Sanson, William. “Atlantis Insula a Nicolao Sanson Antiquitati Restituta..[Western Hemisphere showing North & South America]” [Paris], 1694. 15 1/2 x 21 3/4 inches; 393 x 552mm - plate mark, full margins. Later color. Generally clean. $600-800 680 121972/106 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Delisle, Guillaume, “Carte du Mexique et de la Floride.” Amsterdam: Covens & Mortier, 1722. 19 1/2 x 23 inches; 495 x 584mm - plate mark, good margins, discolored. Later attractive color. $500-800 681 121972/119 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Wolff, Jeremias, after Lotter, Tobias. “America Septentrionalis.” Augsburg, [c1710]. 18 x 23 1/2 inches; 457 x 596mm - plate mark, trimmed close to plate mark. Scattered repairs, contemp. ms notations identifying some islands. Later color. Hinge mounted at top. $500-800 682 121972/127 4 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved 17th C. Maps - South America: Hondius, Henricus. “Venezuela Cum Parte Australi Novae Andalusiae.” Amsterdam, [c1635]. 15 x 19 1/2 inches; 381 x 482mm - plate mark, good margins. Light dust soiling. German text on verso. * Blaeu, Willem. “[Paraguay]”. Amsterdam, [c1640]. 15 1/2 x 19 inches; 393 x 482mm - plate mark, good margins. Later color. Text in French on verso. * _ _ “[Peru].” Amsterdam, [c1635]. 15 x 19 1/2 inches; 381 x 482mm - plate mark, good margins. Later color. Text in French on verso. * Blaeu, Johannes. [“Brasil”]. [c1650]. 15 1/4 x 19 1/2 inches; 381 x 495mm - plate mark, good margins. Later color. Text in French on verso. $800-1,200 683 121972/218 4 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved 18th Century Maps - North America: Tardieu, Pierre, Francois. “Carte de la Partie Septentrionale des Etats Unis, Comprenant le Canada, La Nouvelle Ecosse, New Hampshire, Massachuset’s Bay, Rhode-Island, Connecticut, New-Yorck, Etat de Vermont avec partie de Pensilvanie et de New-Jersey Eastern Canada.” Paris, [c1797]. 13 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches; 336 x 444mm plate mark, good margins. Generally clean, attractive later color. * Janvier, Sr. “L’Amerique Divisee Par Grands Etats.” Paris, 1762.

12 1/2 x 18 inches; 317 x 457mm - plate mark, good margins. Discoloration at edges. Slightly later attractive color. Matted. * Vaugondy, M. “Carte des Parties Nord et Ouest de L’Amerique.” [Paris], 1772. 12 3/4 x 16 inches; 323 x 406mm - plate mark, margins, trimmed close to plate mark at left. Creased, otherwise generally clean. Slightly later color. * De Pretot, Etienne Andre Phillipe. “Nouvelle Carte des Parties Occidentales du Monde ...en Amerique.” [Paris]: Lattre, [c1787]. 13 1/4 x 14 inches; 333 x 355mm - plate mark. Attractive later color. Clean and attractive. Framed. Not examined out of frame. $800-1,200 684 121972/217 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Seutter, George Matthias. “Accurata Delineatio ... Louisiane ol. Canadea et Floridae ... fluminis Mississippi vel St. Louis.... [Augsburg: M. Suetter, c1730.] 19 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches; 495 x 520mm - plate mark, margins. Professionally repaired. Light to moderate dust-soiling, mostly to margins. Later attractive color. $1,000-1,500 685 121972/117 1 piece. Engraved Map with Outline Color. Vaugondy, Gilles Robert de. “Carte de la Virginie ed du Maryland Dressee sur la Grande Carte Angloise de...Josue Fry et Pierre Jefferson.” [Paris], 1755. 19 1/4 x 25 3/4 inches; 505 x 654mm - plate mark, trimmed close to plate mark, lower edge reinforced. Later color. Matted. $400-600 686 121972/116 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Lotter, Tobias Conrad. “ Recens Edita totius Novi Belgii in America Septentrionali.” Augsburg, [c1760]. 20 x 23 inches; 505 x 585mm, trimmed by plate mark. Repaired and remargined. Light to moderate dust soiling to edges. Matted. [Campbell 27]; McCorkle 730.5. $1,500-2,500 687 121972/90 2 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps - North America: Bowen, Thomas. “A New & Accurate Map of North America Including Nootka Sound.” [London], [c1790]. 10 x 17 inches; 260 x 430mm. Slightly later attractive color. Trimmed near plate mark. Generally clean and attractive. * Bowen, Emmanuel. “A New General Map of America.” [London], [c1750]. 14 x 17 1/4 inches; 355 x 438mm - plate mark. Light discoloration by old folds. Slightly later color. Generally clean and attractive. Framed. $500-800







688 121972/89 2 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved 18th Century Maps - America: Clouet, Jean Baptise. “De L’America En General.” Paris, [c1770.] 12 3/8 x 21 3/4 inches; 304 x 533mm - plate mark. French text on verso. * Zatta, Antonio. “America Settentrionale.” Venice, [c1785]. 12 x 15 inches; 307 x 403mm - plate mark. Generally clean and bright. Framed, not examined out of frame. $600-800

689 131202/7 1 piece. Engraved Map with Outline Color. Faden, William. “The Province of New Jersey divided in East and West...” [London]: W. Faden, December 1st, 1777. 1st issue. 31 x 22 1/2 inches; 787 x 570mm; trimmed within plate mark, neat lines & borders preserved. Linen backed, separation along old folds, minor paper loss, moderately toned. Stevens & Tree 37a. $8,000-12,000 135


690 121972/104 1 piece. Hand Colored Engraved Map. Vaugondy Robert. “De Partie de l’Amerique Septentrionale,.. Le Course de L’Ohio,...La Caroline.” (Paris), 1755. 21 1/4 x 27 1/2 inches; 641 x 698mm - sheet size. Very light toning at edges. Attractive original outline color. With inset, “Supplement pour La Caroline.” Indicating Indian tribes. $500-800

691 131151/4 1 piece. Engraved Partly-Colored & Tinted Map. Fisher, Joshua. “A Chart of Delaware Bay and River.” London: William Faden, March 12, 1776. 20 1/2 x 27 1/4 inches; 508 x 690mm - sheet size. Trimmed at left plate mark & at right neat line, narrow top & bottom margins. Expertly repaired & floated in archival frame. See Snyder p270, figure 184. $1,200-1,800


692 692 122115/11 1 piece. Partly Colored Engraved Map. Jefferys, Thomas. “The Coast of West Florida and Louisiana / The Peninsula and Gulf of Florida...” London, 1776. 19 1/2 x 49 inches; 495 x 1245mm. Some creasing, dampstaining extending several inches from Western border of map, most pronounced at North West corner. Not examined out of frame, but complete with neat lines. Title & imprint. Phillips p281. $1,000-1,500


693 121695/4 1 piece. Bellin, Jacques Nicolas. Engraved Map. “Carte Reduite du Golphe de St. Laurent.” [Paris], 1754. Trimmed by neat line. Creased from old folds, corner mounted. Later color. Matted. 34 x 21 inches; 863 x 533mm - sheet size. $300-500 137


694 121972/16 1 piece. Engraved Map with Outline Color. Moll, Herman. “A Map of the East Indies.” [London], [c1719]. 23 3/4 x 40 inches; 600 x 1015mm. Trimmed within plate mark, approx. at neat lines, very minor chipping to edges - some toning at old folds. Old outline color. $1,500-2,500 695 122397/2E 6 pieces. Hand-Colored Enrgaved Maps - North America & The Western Hemisphere: Wyld, J. “A Map of America, or the New World.” London, 1824. 21 1/8 x 23 1/2 inches; 536 x 597mm, wide margins. Light mat burn, but crisp & attractive, orig. color. * (Ross, V.; Cottenlini, M.) “Nuova e Corretta Carta dell Indie Occidentali.” N.p, [c1763]. 11 1/4 x 14 1/4 inches; 285 x 360mm, narrow margins. Clean & attractive. Orig. color. * Lucas, F., jr. “Geographical, Statistical and Historical Map of Kentucky.” [Philadelphia: H.C. Carey & I. Lea, 1822] - no 27. 12 3/4 x 20 inches; 412 x 508mm plate mark, on full sheet. Minor scattered foxing, but clean & attractive. Philips p351. * (Buchon, J.A.C.) “Carte Geographique, Statistique et Historique du Kentucky.” [Paris}: J. Carez, [1825] 18 1/4 x 25 1/4 inches; 463 x 640mm, margins clean & crisp. * Tanner, H.S. “ A New Map of Missouri.” Phila., 1833. Tanner’s Universal Atlas, #22. 14 x 11 3/4 inches; 355 x 298mm, margins.

Light mat burn. * Finley, A. “Missouri.” Phila., [1831]. 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches; 315 x 240mm, moderate toning. Some chipping to edges. $250-400 695A 131294/1 1 vol. Lake, Griffing & Stevenson. An Illustrated Atlas of Kent and Queen Anne Counties, Md. Phila., 1877. Folio, orig. gilt-lettered brown bds; bds detached, worn. With 18 color maps and other illus. Pages discolored. Scattered edge tears. $400-600 696 122397/2B 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Homann Heirs. “Tabula Americae Speciallis Regni Peru.” (Nuremberg), [c1728]. 19 1/4 x 22 1/2 inches; 488 x 570mm, margins. Some scattered spotting. Small tape repairs in margin. Old (orig?) color. $250-400 697 121972/211 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Chatelain, H. “Carte de la Nouvelle France.” [Amsterdam, 1719.] 16 5/8 x 19 1/2 inches; 422 x 495mm - plate mark, trimmed close. Later color. 2 edge repairs. Framed. $1,200-1,800


701 698 122377/14 7 pieces. Engraved Maps - The Americas - Primarily Caribbean Islands: Bowen, Emanuel. “An Accurate Map of the Island of Barbados.” (London), (c1747). 14 3/4 x 17 inches; 375 x 430mm, full margins, light creasing. * _ _ “A New and Accurate Map of Jamaica.” (London), (c1747). 13 3/4 x 16 3/4 inches; 350 x 425mm, full margins. * _ _ “A New and Accurate Map of Jamaica.” (London), (c1747). 13 3/4 x 16 3/4 inches; 350 x 425mm, full margins. * _ _ “A New & Accurate Map of the Island of Cuba; a New & Accurate Map of Hispaniola, or St. Domingo and Porto Rico.” (London), (c1747). 14 x 16 7/8 inches; 345 x 430mm, full margins. * _ _ “An Accurate Map of the Island of St. Christopher.” (London), (1747). 14 x 9 inches; 355 x 230mm, margins, but left margin reinforced with tape, bottom left chipped. * Kitchen, Thos. “The West Indies.” (London): Gutherie’s New Geological Gramma, (c1790). 13 x 14 5/8 inches; 330 x 370mm. * _ _ “Map of the Gulf of Mexico.” (London): Robertson’s History of America, (1777). 13 1/2 x 19 3/4 inches; 340 x 500mm. Orig. hand color. * “America” (London), (c1770). 14 x 17 1/4 inches; 355 x 438mm, margins, orig. hand-color. Uncolored except last 2 maps. $300-500

699 121972/192 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Weigel, Christoph. “Novissima Tabula Regionis Ludovicianae Gallice dictae la Louisiane..” [Nuremberg], [1734]. 33 1/2 x 15 1/4 inches; 850 x 412mm - plate mark. Joined to german text sheet. Attractive old color. Scattered repairs. Framed. $300-500 700 131202/8 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Finley, Anthony. “Map of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.” Philadelphia: Finley, 1825. 16 3/4 x 21 1/4 inches; 425 x 540mm, trimmed within plate mark, neat lines & border preserved, some creasing & darkening along old folds. $250-400 139

701 131202/9 1 piece. Engraved Map with Outline Color. Holland, Samuel; Pownall, Thomas. “A General Map of the Northern British Colonies in America. London: Sayer & Bennett, 14 August, 1776. 1st ed. 18 3/4 x 26 1/4 inches; 476 x 667mm, trimmed within plate mark, neat lines, border & imprint preserved. Lightly to moderately toned. Stevens & Tree 65a. $1,200-1,800 702 11-1970/16 1 piece. Engraved Map with Outline. Melish, John. “Map of Pennsylvania.” Philadelphia: B. Tanner, 1826. 52 x 77 inches; 1320 x 1955mm canvas backed - sheet size, contemp. bottom wooden roll (lacking top roll.) Contemp. varnish starting to yellow, a few dampstains along top of map, several 3 or 4 inch fissures & cracks extending into body of map from top margin, a few small areas of paper loss. See Phillips, America, p680. $2,500-4,000 703 11-1970/17 1 piece. Hand-Colored Lithographic Map. Mitchell’s “New National Map. Exhibiting the United States with the North American British Provinces, Sandwich Island, Mexico and Central America, Together with Cuba and other West Indian Islands.” (Philadelphia): S. Augustus Mitchell, 1860. 64 x 64 1/2 inches; 1625 x 1635mm - sheet size - canvas backed. Contemp. hand wood rolls. Separating from top roll, a few chips outside body of map, occaisionally slightly sucffed in body. Orig. varnish. Attractively toned. Map bright & attractive. Showing the “Pony Express” route in its only year [1860] of operation. A few minor dampstains at top edge of map. $500-800 705 122397/6 1 piece. Hand-colored American Roll Map. “Map of the United States with its Territories also Mexico and the West Indies.” New York: Horace Thayer & Co., 1853. 34 1/2 x 33 inches; 875 x 838mm, canvas backed, orig. wood rolls. Moderate darkening, some creasing, extremely negligible paper loss. $500-800 706 131181/2 1 piece. Engraved Philadelphia Panorama: (Heap, George; Skull, Nicholas.) “The East Prospect of the City of Philadelphia, in the Province of Pennsylvania.” London Magazine, (1766). 8 1/16 x 20 1/2 inches; 204 x 520mm - sheet size. Moderately toned, moderate to heavy mat burn, creasing along old vertical folds, some chipping, outside of image. $300-500

707 121088/51 6 pieces. Lithographic Maps - United States & the Republic of Texas. (Joint Commission for Marking Boundary.) (Washington), (1842): “Plan....Boundary.” 37 x 31 inches; 940 x 785mm; chipping at edges. Partly colored. * “Sabine Lake.” 31 x 30 1/2 inches; 785mm; chipping at edges. Partly colored. * “River Sabine from Logan’s Ferry.” 21 1/2 x 28 inches; 533 x 710mm; toned. * “...from Sabine Rivers Northward.” 28 x 21 1/2 inches. 710 x 545mm; toned. * “Part of the Boundary....North of the Sabine River.” 28 x 21 1/2 inches; 710 x 545mm; toned. * “Sabine Pass and the Mouth of teh River Sabine.” 27 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches; 698 x 570mm - 5 inch horizontal tear from middle of left edge - no paper loss. All measurements sheet size, scattred foxing. Phillips, America, p75; (Streeter 1432). $1,200-1,800 708 131202/4 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved County Map. Melish, John. “A Map of Chester County.” Philadelphia: Henry S. Tanner, 1830. 17 x 21 1/4 inches; 430 x 534mm, trimmed within plate mark, neat lines preserved, occasional losses in border - imprints intact, toned & creased. Expertly laid down. $500-800 709 121972/248 1 piece. [Anastatic Map of Philadelphia] Holme, Thomas. “Mapp of the Improved Part of Pennsylvania.” Philadelphia: Lloyd P. Smith, 1846. 57 x 34 inches; 1447 x 863mm - sheet. Laid down on linen, divided into squares for folding. 2 small areas of paper loss and wear by folds. Snyder, 6a. $250-400 710 131203/1 1 piece. Hand-Colored Laminated Lithographic Roll Map. Monk, Jacob, pub. “A New Map of that Portion of North America, Exhibiting...United States and Territories, the Canals...Mexico,...Central America,...West Indies.” Baltimore, 1852. Approx. 62 1/2 x 56 1/2 inches; 1585 x 1435mm, orig. wooden rolls. Attractively toned, minor occasional surface wear. $300-500 711 122376/KLJ 1 vol. Bromley, G.W. & Co. Atlas of Philadelphia. 1885. Vol. 1. 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th Wards. Folio, orig. gilt-lettered cloth; hinges splitting, wear and loss to corners. With index map and 23 color area maps. Light toning to page edges $300-500


712 131129/1 9 pieces. Hand-Colored European Continental 17th & 18th Maps: Bleau, W. “Pomeraniae.” c 1630. 13 x 19 1/2 inches; 330 x 495mm. * Bleau, W. “Tabula Castelli.” c1630. 15 1/8 x 19 5/8 inches; 575 x 500mm. * Bleau, J. & C. “Ducato di Ferrara.” c1650. 15 1/4 x 19 3/4 inches; 385 x 500mm. * Jansson, Jan. “Utrisque Castiliae.”; “Stato di Milano”; “Dominium Venetum.” 3 maps - 16 1/2 x 20; 420 x 508, 14 3/4 x 19 3/4 inches; 375 x 500mm, 16 x 21 inches; 405 x 530mm, 3 maps in 1 frame. * Homann, J.B. “Electoratus Monguntinus.” c1750. 22 x 19 1/2 inches; 555 x 495mm. * Homann, Heirs. “Ducatus Juliaci Bergensis.” c1750. 20 1/8 x 19 1/8 inches; 501 x 485mm. * Coronelli, V.M. “Disegno...Canale Reale.” c1700. 18 1/4 x 24 1/2 inches; 463 x 620mm. * “Nouvelle Carte...Le Querre c’Italie.” Paris: de Fer, 1702. 21 x 31 inches; 530 x 785mm. * “Syracuse Antique.” c1700. Town plan. 16 x 20 inches; 405 x 508mm. All old or orig. color, 11 maps in 9 frames. Sold with all faults. $500-800

717 121972/244 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraving. Jansson, J. “Nova et accurata Poli Arctici et Terrarum Circumiacentium..” Amsterdam, [1637]. 15 1/2 x 20 5/8 inches; 393 x 508mm - plate mark; 17 5/8 x 21 7/8 inches; 447 x 555mm - sheet size, narrow margins. Remargined. Later color. Generally clean and bright. Latin text on verso. Framed. Koeman II, 390. $500-800

713 131120/1 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Bleau, Joan. “Fifae Pars Orientalis.” [The East Part of Fife, Scotland] Amsterdam, 1634. 16 1/2 x 20 7/8 inches; 420 x 530mm, full margins. Dutch text on verso. Light edge wear. Very slightly toned, attractive. Koeman I, 187. $200-300

719 121972/222 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Blaeu, Willem. “Moscoviae Pars Australis.” [Russia].” [1662]. 15 x 19 5/8 inches; 381 x 482mm plate mark; 19 5/8 x 24 6/8 inches; 498 x 628mm - sheet size. Generally clean and bright, a few margin repairs. Framed. Later color. $300-500

714 121972/122 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Blaeu, W. “Aethiopia Superior vel Interior [Ethiopa].” [Amsterdam], c1700. 15 1/8 x 19 5/8 inches; 381 x 483mm - plate mark, margins, edges very lightly discolored. French text on verso. Later color. $200-300

720 122397/2I 5 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps - Germanic Language European Regions: Bleau, Willem. “Zuydhollandia [Holland].” Amsterdam, [1631]. 15 x 20 1/4 inches; 380 x 510mm, margins. Clean & attractive. Koeman 182. * Jansson, Jan. “Mechlinia Dominium [Belgium].” [151]. 16 x 20 inches; 405 x 508mm, margins. Occasional browning, but generally clean & attractive. Latin text on verso. Koeman II, 542. * Homann, J.B. Tabula Generalis. “Justiae [Denmark].” Nuremberg, [c1773]. 22 1/2 x 19 1/4 inches; 570 x 488mm, margins. Minor creasing. Later? color. * Ottens, R. & J. “Helvetia [Switzerland].” Amsterdam, [c1720-1750.] 19 1/4 x 20 3/8 inches; 488 x 525mm, margins. Minor wear. Orig. color with gilt illumination. * Elwe, J.B. “Germaniae.” Amsterdam, 1792. 19 3/8 x 23 inches; 490 x 585mm. Some creasing & minor scattered surface wear. Koemann. * (Jansson Heirs.) Mercator, G. “Territorio di Cremona [Italy].” (Amsterdam), [c1680]. 15 x 19 1/2 inches; 380 x 495mm, margins. Light to moderate toning, some creasing. All with old or orig. color. (Unless otherwise noted.) All matted. $500-800

715 121972/123 2 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps - Holy Land: Ortelius, Abraham. “Typus Chorograph,..Celeb..Judae et Israhel..” [c1610]. 13 3/4 x 18 inches; 330 x 457mm - plate mark, good margins. Reinforced along central crease on verso, light toning to sheet edges. Later color. Laor 546. * Hondius, Jodacus. “Terra Sancta quae in Sacris Terra Promissisionis.” [1623]. 14 x 19 1/2 inche; 355 x 482mm - plate mark, good margins. A little toned, reinforced on verso. Later color. Latin text on verso. L 94a. $400-600 716 121972/124 1 piece. Engraved Map with Outline Color. Blaeu, Willem. “Regiones sub Polo Arctico.” [c1638-44] 16 1/8 x 20 3/4 inches; 406 x 508mm plate mark, good margins. Attractive later outline color and colored vignettes. Generally clean, lightly scuffed. French text on verso. Koeman 125. $600-800

718 121972/161 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Jansson, J. “Pecheli, Xansi, Xantung, Honan, Nanking..” [Northern China] Amsterdam, [c1660]. 18 1/2 x 20 1/2 inches; 457 x 508mm - plate mark, narrow margins - lightly discolored. Later color. Matted, hinge mounted. Koeman II, 44. $250-400

721 122397/2H 4 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps - County Maps - British Isles: Saxton, Christopher. “Caernarvo Comitatus Parsolim Ordovicum.” [London], [1637]. Engraved by William Hole for Camden’s Britannia. 141

10 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches; 265 x 315mm. Occasional surface & edge wear. Old color. * Hondius, Jodocus/ Speed, John. “Caermarden, Both Shyre and Town described.” (London): T. Bassett & R. Chiswell, 1662. 15 1/4 x 20 inches; 385 x 505mm, full margins. Light toning, minor creasing. Old color. * Jansson, Jan. “Cumbria & Westmoria..” Amsterdam, [1651]. 16 7/8 x 21 inches; 428 x 535mm, margins. Moderate toning & some browning. Old outline color, more recently colored cartouches. Koeman II, 541.* Greenwood, C. & J. “A Map of the County of Cumberland.” (London), 1830. 25 x 29 inches; 635 x 735mm, margins. Generally clean & crisp. All matted. $800-1,200 722 122397/2G 2 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps: Hondius Henricus / Mercator, Gerard. “Fessae et Marocchi Regna.” (Amsterdam), (c1606). 14 x 19 inches; 255 x 480mm, margins lightly to moderately toned. Koemen II, 306. * WiT, Frederick de. “Novissima Regnorum Portugallin et Algarbiae.” Amsterdam, [c1670]. 23 1/4 x 19 inches; 590 x 480mm, margins. Light to moderate toning, crease to lower right corner of map, minor dampstaining at upper left corner. Koemen II, 215. Both with old orig? color. Both matted. $300-500 723 121972/23 2 pieces. 18th Century Maps: Engraved Map With Outline Color. Dezauche, J.C. “Hemisphere Occidental.” Paris, [1782]. 20 1/4 x 20 inches; 514 x 508mm. Old outline color. Showing Cook’s voyages. Clean & attractive, light creasing. * Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Homann, Heirs. “Charte von America.” Nuremberg, 1796. 23 x 17 3/4 inches; 585 x 450mm, margins. Minor creasing, clean, attractive later color. $200-300 724 122397/2C Combine 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Delisle, Guillaume. “Hemisphere Meridional Pour Voir Plus Distinctement Les Terres Australes.” Amsterdam: Hendrick de Leth, [1788]. 18 3/4 x 18 3/4 inches; 475 x 495mm, full margins. Clean & crisp, orig. color. $200-300 725 122397/2D 2 pieces. Partly Hand-Colored Engraved Maps - Bleau, Willem & Joan. [French Regions.]: “ Le Duche de Bourbon.” Amsterdam, [c1635]. 15 x 19 3/4 inches; 380 x 500mm, full margins, some dampstaining into lower margin, touching bottom body of map. French text on verso. Old color. Koeman I, 107. * “L’Archeusche de Cambray.” Amsterdam, [c1644]. 15 x 19 3/4 inches; 380 x 500mm, full margins. Margins slightly dust. French text on verso. Old color. See Koeman II, 123 & 124. $250-400

726 122397/2F 3 pieces. Hand Colored Engraved Maps - Holy Land, Asia Minor, Russia: Homann, J.B. “Tabula Geographica Qua Pars Russiae Magna.” Nuremberg, [1739.] 23 1/8 x 19 1/2 inches; 585 x 495mm, margins * _ _ “Carte de L’Asie Minerve au de la Natolie et du Pont Euxin.” Nuremberg, 1745. 19 1/2 x 23 1/4 inches; 495 x 590mm, margins. Some creasing, slightly toned, a little dusty at edges. * Elwe, Jean Barend. “Generaale Kaart Van het Beloofae Land.” Amsterdam, 1792. 19 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches; 495 x 595mm, margins. Clean & attractive. All old (orig?) color. All matted. $600-800 726A 131245/11 1 piece. Engraving. Laboureur, Jean Emile. “Cafe de la Poissonnerie.” 1920. 6 x 5 1/4 inches; 152 x 133mm - plate mark. Signed and numbered 22/45 in pencil, lower margin. Good crisp impression. Framed. $300-500 727 121972/219 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Homann [Johann Baptist]. “Magna Britannia complectens Angliae, Scotiae et Hiberniae Regna.” Nuremberg, [1707 or slightly later]. 19 x 22 inches; 490 x 575mm, narrow margins. Mounted to later bd. Later attractive color. $250-400 728 128075/9 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Speed, John. “Norfolk.” [London]: J.S. & G.H., [1611-1614.] Approx. 15 x 20 inches; 380 x 510mm. Slightly toned, mounted on bd. Old (orig?) color. Framed. $300-500 729 128075/10 1 piece. Engraved Map. Speed, John. “The Kingdom of Great Britaine and Ireland.” [London]: Tho. Bassett, [c1676]. 15 1/2 x 20 3/4 inches; 393 x 527mm - sheet size. Later color. Framed. $800-1,000 730 121972/223 2 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps - Asia: Sanson, William. “Asia Vetus.” Paris, 1694. 15 1/2 x 21 3/8 inches; 368 x 533mm - plate mark, good margins. Later color. Framed. * Bleau. “Natolia, quae olim Asia Minor. [1630- 1650]. 14 7/8 x 19 1/4 inches; 377 x 488mm - plate mark, good margins. Attractive color. Generally clean, very light toning to sheet edge. Matted. $400-600


731 121972/162 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Senex, John. “A New Map of Asia.” [London], [c1722]. 19 x 22 inches; 482 x 558mm - plate mark, narrow margins. Light discoloration, scattered repairs. Later attractive color. $400-600 732 121972/224 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Speed, John; Hondius, H. “The Kingdome of Great Britaine and Ireland.” London, for I Sudbury & George Humble, 1610 or later. 15 x 20 1/4 inches; 381 x 514mm plate mark, margins. Later color. Latin text on verso. Toned, some marginal repairs. Framed. $600-800 733 121972/245 2 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. Mercator, Gerard/ Holdius/ Jansson. “Irlandiae Regnum [Ireland]” [Amsterdam], [c1610]. 2 sheets. 13 3/8 x 18 3/4 inches; 330 x 457mm, full margins. Later color. French text on verso. Clean and attractive. Framed. $600-800 734 121972/143 2 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps. Ortelius, Abraham: “Presbiteri Iohannis sive Abissinorum Imp...[Northern Africa]” [1573-98]. 14 3/4 x 17 inches; 355 x 431mm - plate mark, good margins. Lightly toned, occasional spotting. Later color. Tooley p89. * “Persici sive Sophorum Regni Typus [Persia]”. [1588]. 13 3/4 x 19 1/2 inches; 330 x 482mm - plate mark, full margins. Toned. Spanish text on verso. Koeman 352. $700-1,000 735 126000/4 1 piece. Engraved Map. Speed, John. “ The Province of Ulster.” London: T. Bassett & R. Chiswell, [1676 or later]. 15 1/8 x 20 3/8 inches; 384 x 515mm, full margins. English text on verso. Minor creasing, but crisp & clean. Uncolored. $300-500

ETCHINGS & ENGRAVINGS Lots 736-763 736 131166/2 2 pieces. Walcot, William. Etchings & Drypoint: “Fete Day at the Colosseum.” Signed in pencil lower right. _ x _ inches; 454 x 400mm. Framed. Not examined out of frame. Mat burn, outside of platemark. * [Building View] 18 x 15 3/4 inches; 457 x 400mm plate mark, good margins. Light dust soiling. Discolored. $300-500

737 126000/1 1 piece. Hassam, Childe (American, 1859-1935). Etching and Drypoint. “Independence Hall.” 6 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches; 152 x 203mm - plate mark; 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches; 228 x 304mm - sheet size. Full margins, pin holes along edges. With monogram and date ‘1926’ in plate. ‘Imp’ in pencil lower right margin. [Cortissoz/Clayton 260.] $500-700 738 131215/1 1 piece. Drypoint Engraving. Bacon, Peggy. “The Promenade Deck.” 1920. Edition of approx. 500. 5 7/8 x 8 3/8 inches; 127 x 203mm - plate mark. Signed & titled in pencil lower margin. Generally clean. Framed. Flint 47; Published by the New Republic. $250-400 739 131215/3 1 piece. Etching. Sloan, John. “Bandit’s Cave.” 1920. Edition of approx. 500. Signed in plate, and in pencil lower right. 7 x 4 7/8 inches; 177 x 10mm - plate mark. Good strong dark image. Clean. Framed. Morse 195; Published by the New Republic. $300-500 740 131215/4 1 piece. Etching. Marin, John. “Downtown, The El.” 1921. Edition of approx. 275, signed in pencil ‘John Marin’ lower left, also signed in plate. 6 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches; 171 x 222mm - plate mark. Generally clean. Nice strong contrasts. Framed. [Zigrosser 134]; Published by the New Republic. $1,200-1,800 741 121972/75 1 piece. Etching. Pissarro, Camille (1830-1903). “Marche sux Legumes, A Pontoise [The Vegetable Market at Pontoise].” 1891. 2nd state. 10 1/8 x 7 7/8 inches; 257 x 203mm - plate mark; 12 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches; 323 x 247mm - sheet size. Light to moderate toning & mat burn. Framed. Delteil 97 II. $1,000-1,500 742 131245/7 2 pieces. Color Serigraphs. Steffen, Bernard: “Haying.” 1946. 10 x 8 inches; 254 x 203mm - image size; 12 1/2 x 10 inches - sheet size. Signed and titled under image. On cream paper. Bright and attractive. * “Cantankerous Colt.” Associated American Artists. c1940. Edition of 25 or less. 11 x 17 3/4 inches; 279 x 450mm - image size; 13 x 20 3/4 inches; 330 x 527mm - sheet size. Margins a little discolored. $1,500-2,500 143





745 131166/9 2 pieces. Etchings - Dogs: “Irish Wolfhounds.” c1920s. Signed ‘Fooley’ in plate. 6 x 7 3/4 inches; 152 x 178mm - plate mark; 12 x 17 inches; 304 x 431mm - sheet size. Sheet toned at edges, with small losses to edges. Not affecting image. * Boston Terrior ‘Insulted’. [Munich]: Franz Hanfstaengl, c1920s. Indecipherable pencil signature under plate mark. 8 1/2 x 6 inches; 203 x 152mm - plate mark; 18 x 12 1/2 inches - sheet size. Light wear, occasional dust-soiling to sheet. $200-300 746 131140/4 1 piece. Kirmse, Marguerite. Etching. “ Me and Ma” 12 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches; 304 x 254mm. Signed and titled by Marguerite Kirmse in pencil by lower margin. Framed. Clean image, not examined out of frame. $500-800 744 743 131245/12 1 piece. Dry Point Etching. Webb, Albert (b. 1891). “Damaged Goods.” 10 x 8 3/4 inches; 254 x 222mm - plate mark. Signed & titled in pencil lower margin. Also stamped ‘Federal Art Project, NYC WPA.’ lower right. $200-300 744 131156/1 1 vol. Color Etching and Aquatint. Welliver, Neil. “Trout.” 1973. Proof. 11 x 15 inches; 279 x 381mm. Penciled “AP #12” lower left and signed lower right “Welliver”. Framed. $1,000-1,500

747 131140/3 1 piece. Kirmse, Marguerite. Etching. “ Over the Top” 4 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches - plate mark; 101 x 177mm. Signed and titled by Marguerite Kirmse in pencil by lower margin. Framed. Occasional light spotting, not examined out of frame. $300-500 748 131140/2 1 piece. Kirmse, Marguerite. Etching. “Try and Get It!” 6 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches; 177 x 228mm. Signed and titled by Marguerite Kirmse in pencil by lower margin. Framed. Clean image, not examined out of frame. $300-500 749 131140/1 1 piece. Kirmse, Marguerite. Etching. [Scotty on a Dock] 6 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches; 177 x 228mm. Signed and dedicated by Marguerite Kirmse in pencil by lower margin. Framed. Clean image, not examined out of frame. $300-500 750 131166/1 2 pieces. Morgan, Dennis. Drypoint Etchings: “Boston Terriers” & “Chow.” Pencil signed under platemark. 3 3/8 x 4 7/8 inches; 77 x 101mm & 4 7/8 x 3 1/2 inches; 101 x 88mm. Terriers with small surface wear to upper right corner. Not affecting image. Lightly toned. $500-800

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751 122530/3 1 vol.(wrappers) [Original Lithographs Signed] Mexican Art. A Portfolio of Mexican people and Places. [c1950s] Oblong folio, orig. pictorial wrappers; edges worn with tears, split at spine. With 12 lithographs by Alberto Beltran, Angel Bracho (2), Raul Anguiano, Castro, Pablo O’Higgins, Aifredozhice, Leopaldo Mendez, Francisco Mora, Arturo García Bustos & Orawfo (2) loose as issued. Lithos. generally clean. Light wear. Each pencil signed lower right corner. Each plate 13 x 11 inches; 350 x 285mm. $600-800 752 131245/9 1 piece. Etching. Zuniga, Francisco. “ Four Women.” [1972]. Artist’s Proof. 1/10 on Arches paper. Signed in pencil. 16 1/2 x 22 1/4 inches; 419 x 565mm. Rough edges. Good tonal contrasts. $400-600 753 121972/56 2 pieces. Drypoint Engravings. Pleissner, Ogden Minton (American, 19051983). “Reflections” & “Salmon Guide.” Each from an edition of 60. Signed in pencil, lower right. 10 x 8 inches; 254 x 203mm plate mark. Framed. Not examined out of frames. $1,500-2,500


754 121746/10 1 piece. Whistler, James Abbott McNeill (American, 1834-1903.) Etching. “ La Vielle Aux Loques [The Rag Gatherer].” Signed in the plate. 8 1/4 x 5 3/4 inches; 209 x 146mm - plate size. Good margins, clean and bright. Framed. Kennedy No. 21; “ The Vincent Price Collection” label on reverse. $500-700 755 126000/2 1 piece. Whistler, James Abbott McNeill (American, 1834-1903.) Etching. “Soupe à Trois Sous.” 5 15/16 x 8 15/16 inches; 127 x 203mm plate mark; 10 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches; 254 x 177mm - sheet size. Signed in plate. Only state. Top corner mounted. Glasgow 64; Kennedy 49. $1,000-1,500 756 122489/280 1 piece. Lithograph. Pennell, Joseph. “City Hall Square and Wanamaker Square.” 1912. 1/25 proofs, signed in pencil by Joseph Pennell. 25 1/4 x 19 inches; 640 x 480mm - sheet size. Mounted to bd. Wuerth 276. $250-400


757 131166/10 1 piece. Etching. Pennell, Joseph. “St. Paul’s in War Time.” c1920. Sand Paper Mezzotint. 5 x 5 3/4 inches; 127 x 146mm - plate mark; 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches; 304 x 203mm - sheet. Full sheet. Pencil inscriptions to wide lower margin. Wuerth 681. $700-1,000



758 122493/8 4 portfolios. Ben-Zion. Biblical Themes. New York: Curt Valentine, (1950). #60/65. Folio, orig. cloth. Some wear. 18 etchings by Ben-Zion, each signed and numbered 60/65 lower margin. 22 x 17 3/4 inches; 560 x 455mm - plate size. * Book of Ruth/ Job/ Song of Songs. New York: Curt Valentine, 1954. #60/65. Folio, orig. cloth. With 17 of 18 etchings, each signed and numbered. * Judges and Kings. New York: Graphophite Associates. #18/65. With 18 etchings, each signed and numbered in pencil. * Prophets. New York: Curt Valentine, 1952. #60/65. With 17 of 18 etchings, each signed and numbered in pencil. $500-800 759 122493/5 1 piece. Schutz, Anton Joseph, (American, 1894-1977.) Etching. “View of New York from the Hudson”. 6 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches; 158 x 234mm plate mark. Signed in pencil lower right. Framed, not examined out of frame. $150-200

760 131009/3 1 piece. Drypoint Etching with Hand Coloring. Cassatt, Mary. “Sara Smiling.” c1904, later impression. 9 x 6 1/4 inches; 228 x 152mm plate mark. Image generally clean. Framed. Breeskin, 195. $400-600 761 131140/7 1 piece. (Vue de Optique.) Hand-colored Engraving. Habermann, Francois Xav. (Vue de Boston) “Prospect de Plazes vor dem Rath Hause zu Boston.” (Augsbourg), [c1762-177?] 12 x 15 3/4 inches; 305 x 400mm, trimmed within bottom & side platemarks, wide upper margins - image intact, imprint trimmed away. Moderate foxing outside image. Cresswell 520. $500-800 147

762 131120/3 2 pieces. Hand-Colored Engravings. Views d’Optique: Balthasare, Georg. “Vue Dessus du Port vers l’Eglise a Goude.” Augsburg, [c1760]. 12 3/8 x 16 inches; 315 x 650mm, margins. * Leizelt, G.F. after Writs, M. “Vue de la Tour de Jean Roon a Amsterdam du Cote du Cingle.” Augsburg, [c1760]. 12 1/2 x 16 5/8 inches; 315 x 420mm, margins. Minor wear. $150-250 763 131140/6 1 piece. (Vue de Optique.) Hand-colored Engraving. Habermann, Francois Xav. “Prospect Von Boston de Bucht am Hasen/ Vue de Boston Ver le Cale du Port.” Augsbourg, [c1762-177?] 12 1/2 x 16 1/2 inches; 317 x 420mm, trimmed at top & bottom plate marks, narrow right & left margins. Minor creasing, very minor spotting at edges. Cresswell 519. $500-800 764 122415/2 2 pieces. Leech, John, attributed to. Novelty Pencil and Watercolor “Hidden Doorway” drawings: “Here is a Pretty Discovery Indeed” & “On the Hussey Ill, dear Captain.” Each depicting a man at a doorway, which opens up to reveal another drawing of couples caught in an illicit embrace. 7 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches; 190 x 158mm. Framed. $600-800 765 122415/4 3 pieces. Cruikshank, George. Hand-Colored Engravings: “A Scene in the Farce of “Lofty Projects”...”, “Making Decent” & “Game of Chess.” London: G. Humphrey, 1822, 1825 and 1835. 10 x 13 3/4 inches sight size, largest. All matted and framed, not removed from frames. $250-400 766 131140/5 5 pieces. Hand-Colored Engravings - English Regency Caricatures: Gillray, James. “British Tars, Towing the Danish Fleet into Harbour.” [London], [1807 or later.] 10 x 13 3/4 inches; 254 x 350mm. Margins. Presumed later state without pub.’s imprint. * Cruikshank, George. “ An Interesting Scene on East Indiaman...” L: G. Humphrey, Nov. 9, 1818. 9 7/8 x 14 inches; 250 x 355mm, margins. * (Williams, Charles.) “Is Not She a Spunky One...” L: J. Johnson, April, 1816. 13 1/2 x 10 inches; 340 x 254mm. * (Williams, Charles.) “Making a Compass at Sea..” L: Tho. Tegg, [c1815]. 9 1/4 x 13 1/2 inches; 235 x 340mm. * Dighton, Richard. “A View from the Old South Sea House.” L: Thos. McLean, 1824. 12 1/2 x 8 inches; 317 x 203mm. All framed, all generally clean & attractive. $800-1,200

767 11-1970/13 1 piece. Hand-Colored Aquatint. Ackermann, R., pub. “View of British Steam Vessels, Under Weight as Designed and Constructed by Barrodall Robert Dodd of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.” (London), 1817. 11 x 16 inches; 280 x 405mm - image, text & narrow border. Scattered light foxing. With inset of interior and an American Steam vessel pictured for comparison. $200-300

SPORTING ART, INCLUDING ORIGINAL WORKS Lots 768-783 768 12-8005/20 3 pieces. Original Sporting Drawings - Vernet, Antoine Charles Horace: Pencil on paper. “Galloping Horse.” 6 x 9 1/4 inches; 152 x 235mm. “Study of a Horse’s Head.” Charcoal on paper. 10 1/4 x 7 1/4 inches; 260 x 184mm. “Maternal Cares.” Pencil on paper. 7 1/4 x 5 3/8 inches; 184 x 137mm. Framed. $400-600 769 12-8005/10 1 piece. Seymour, James (British, 1702-1752). “Match Between Duke of Bolton’s Brown Colt ‘Looby’ and Lord Weymouth’s ‘Conqueror’ on 6th October, 1735 at Newmarket, 4 miles, 300 Guineas.” Inscribed ‘Looby’ upper center left and ‘Conquerer’ upper center right, pencil on paper. 7 7/8 x 12 1/4 inches; 200 x 311mm. Fry Gallery, London, United Kingdom. Sotheby’s London, sale of Drawings and Watercolors from the Collection of the Late Sir John and Lady Witt, February 19, 1987, lot 44. $400-600 770 122444/7 1 piece. Hand-Colored Aquatint Engraving. Frith, William Powell, after. “The Derby Day.” Engraved by Auguste Blanchard. London: E. Gambert & Co., 1863. 23 7/8 x 45 inches; 606 x 1143mm - sheet size. Mounted to bd, signed in pencil by publisher. Pub. blind-stamp outside. Framed. $300-500 771 12-8005/3 1 piece. Pencil & Watercolor. De Dreux, Alfred (French, 18101860). “At Full Gallop.” Signed ‘A D Dreux’ lower right. 6 9/16 x 9 1/8 inches; 167 x 232mm. Framed. $300-500



772 131166/11 4 pieces. Sporting - Aquatint Engravings: Sturgess, J. “Punchestown. Conyngham Cup 1872. The Stone Wall.” [Dublin, 1874]. 19 1/2 x 32 inches; 495 x 812mm - sight size. Matted. * Davis, R.D. “Left at Home, Left Behind in The Stable.” London: Fores, Septmeber 1st, 1849. 26 x 32 1/4 inches; 660 x 819mm - plate mark, good margins. * Webb, J.C. “With the Blue and Buff.” [London], [c1910]. 21 1/4 x 30 3/4 inches; 539 x 781mm - plate mark, good margins. * “The Silks and Satins of the Fields.” London: F.C. McQueen & Sons, 1868. 24 1/2 x 46 inches; 622 x 1168mm - plate mark, margins. All matted. Light wear, generally clean. $400-600

773 122438/1 1 piece. “Snaffles” (Payne, Charles Johnson), (British, 1884-1967). Chromolithographic Print. “The Finest View in Europe.” Printed and hand-colored. Signed in pencil, on mat, lower right and with blindstamped ‘bits’ and remark. 20 x 9 1/2 inches; 508 x 228mm. Framed. $500-800 774 122415/6 4 pieces. [Sporting Art.] Pollard, R[obert]. Aquatint Engravings. “The Start”, “The Death”, “Breaking Cover” and “Full Cry”. [London]: Pollard & Jukes, [c1810]. Each depicting a different stage of the hunt. 17 3/4 x 24 inches; 450 x 609mm. Tears and restoration to margins. Framed. $250-400 149

775 122415/5 4 pieces. [Sporting] Engravings. Vernet, Carl. Paris: Jazet, [c1860]. Depicting scenes of the hunt. Toned. 20 1/2 x 20 1/4 inches; 520 x 514mm. Framed, not examined out of frames. $500-800 776 122306/1 1 piece. Hand-Colored Aquatint Engraving. Herring, Benjamin, after. “The Silks and Satins of the Turf.” London: J. McQueen, [c1867]. 46 x 23 1/2 inches; 1168 x 584mm - sight size. 1 small creased area to right margin, some scattered discoloration - mostly to margin. Framed, not examined out of frame. $300-500 777 122415/1 1 piece. Browne, Hablot K., “Phiz” (British, 1852-1882) - Original pencil drawing, heightened with watercolor. Depicting an equestrian meet, signed “Phiz, 1866” lower right corner. 5 1/4 x 12 3/4 inches; 127 x 304mm. Matted and framed. Not removed from frame. $400-600 778 131010/1 1 piece. Original Watercolor and Pencil Illustration. Alken, Henry (British, 1785-1851). Depicting a hunting scene. 5 x 8 1/4 inches; 127 x 209mm - image size, margins. Moderate mat burn. Signed lower left ‘Hy Alken Del.’ $500-700 779 131038/16 3 pieces. [Original Sporting Art] Klepper, Max (American, 1861-1907): Watercolor. “Stagecoach.” Light wear, discoloration and spotting. * “Horse & Trainer.” Light wear, occasional discoloration. * “British army officers playing Polo.” Toned, with large edge tears and later inscriptions. All on artist’s board & signed ‘Max Klepper” lower right. $400-600 780 131038/16A 7 pieces. [Original Sporting Art ] Palmer, James Lynwood. Pen, ink & watercolor. Vignette horse scenes (2). On heavy card stock, the first with loss to upper right corner, other scattered wear. Each signed ‘Lynwood Palmer’. * Gray-Parker. Carriage scenes. c1900. (5), pen & ink on artist bd, signed ‘Gray-Parker.’ Dust-soiled & with edge wear. $500-800

781 11-2226/21B 1 piece. Hand-Colored Aquatint. Herring, John Frederick. “Rownton, the Winner of the Great St Ledger stakes at Doncaster, 1829.” [London]: S & J Fuller. [c1830]. Printed in colours and finished by hand, by R.G. Reeve. Plate mark - 15 x 19 inches; 381 x 508mm. Some staining to lower 2 inches, mostly outside of plate mark. Verso mounted at top. Framed. $200-300 782 131166/8 1 piece. Original Watercolor. Butterworth, Ninetta (b1922.) “The Countess of Devon’s McGinty [Brown Stallion].” 13 1/2 x 18 1/2mm. Matted. Clean and bright. $250-400 783 131166/6 4 pieces. Original Watercolors - Game Birds: Puleston, Dennis (British, 1905-2001). A Woodcock, a Mallard, Quail & a Morning Dove. [c1940s]. On cream paper, each signed ‘D. Puleston’ lower right. Woodcock with small corner tear to upper right corner. Generally clean. Matted. 13 1/2 x 18 inches; 342 x 457mm - approx. sheet size. $250-400

NATURAL HISTORY PRINTS Lots 784-800 784 121563/24 5 pieces. Hand-Colored Lithographs. Gould, J & E; [Sharpe, Richard Bowler.] “Lupton’s Bird of Paradise” & “Raggiana Bird of Paradise.” [London]. [ca. 1891-98]. 21 7/8 x 15 inches; 555 x 381mm. Image bright, very light minor discoloration to edges. From A Monograph of the Paradiseidae, or Birds of Paradise. * “Blythe’s Kingfisher” & “Mrs. Layard’s Parakeet.” [London], [c1860]. 22 x 15 1/4 inches. From Birds of Asia; Birds of New Guinea. * “Blythe’s Horned Pheasant. “ [London], [c1860] 14 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches. All with toned edges, some creasing and small edge tears. “Raggiana” with large horizontal creases. Sold with all faults. $800-1,200


785 121563/24C 1 piece. Hand-Colored Lithograph. Gould, J & E; [Sharpe, Richard Bowler.] “Green Billed Toucan.” [London], [c1833-1835]. From A Monograph of the Ramphastidae, or Family of Toucans. 22 x 15 inches; 533 x 355mm - sheet size. Discoloration, mostly at edges. Framed. $400-600 786 121563/24D 1 piece. Gould, J. & E.; [Sharpe, Richard Bowler.] Hand-Colored Lithograph. “Marquis Raggi’s Bird of Paradise.” [London]: William Hart, [1875-88]. From A Monograph of the Paradiseidae, or Birds of Paradise. 21 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches; 533 x 355mm - sight size. Framed. Not examined out of frame. $400-600 787 121972/73 4 pieces. Hand Colored Engravings - Ornithology. Edwards, George: “The Great Black Cockatoo,” “Penguins, “ “Blue Jay & Cardinal” & “The Black Headed Teteraw.” From A Natural History of Uncommon Birds and Gleanings of Natural History.” [London, 1739-51]. Pl. 185 & 316. 9 1/8 x 7 1/2 inches; 228 x 190mm - plate marks. Penguins 10 x 8 inches; 254 x 203mm & Blue Jay 10 1/2 x 8 inches; 266 x 203 - plate mark. All Framed. Generally clean and attractive. Not examined out of frames. $200-300 788 131166/3 3 pieces. 18th & 19th C. Color Ornithological Engravings & Lithographs: Levaillant, Francois. Color Printed Stipple Engravings, finished by Hand. “Le Petit Rolle Violet” & “Le Geai Bleu-Verdin.” [Paris], [c1810]. Approx. 21 x 14 inches; 555 x 375mm. Sitwell, p118. * Gould, John. Hand-colored Lithograph. “Amytis Striatus [Striated Wren].” [London], [c1840-48]. From Birds of Australia. 20 x 12 inches; 510 x 330mm - sight size. All framed, not examed out of frames. Moderate mat burn, lightly discolored. $200-300 789 121563/24B 1 piece. Color Lithograph, finished by hand. Lear, Edward. “Hyacinth Macaw.” [London]: C. Hullmandel, [1830-32]. From Illustrations of the Family of Psittacidae, or Parrots. 21 1/2 x 14 inches; 546 x 355mm - sheet size. Mounted to bd, some discoloration. Framed. $300-500

790 121972/173 4 pieces. [Hummingbirds] Color Lithographs. Gould, J; Richter, H.C: “Cyanthus Smaragdicaudus”, “Aphantochroa Cirrhochloris”, “Helianthea Eos” & “Clytolaema Rubinea.” [London], [1849-1861]. From A Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Family of Humming-Birds. 21 1/4 x 14 1/4 inches; 533 x 355mm - sheet size. Heightened by gum arabic. No tears or repairs, very minor toning. Clean, bright and attractive. $600-800 791 121972/241 1 piece. Color Engraving. Barraband. “Le Petite Toucan.” [Paris]: Rousset, [1801-6]. From François Levaillant’s Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux de Paradis. No. 8. Engraved in color & finished by hand. 20 x 13 1/4 inches; 508 x 336mm, trimmed within platemark. Mounted to bd. Some toning, wear and surface dust, however toucan is bright and attractive. Framed. $600-800 792 121972/243 1 piece. Aquatint Engraving, with Hand Coloring. Audubon, John James. "Long-legged Sandpiper." Edinburgh: H.W. Lizars; London; retouched by J. Havell, jr., 1829. [Plate CCCXLIV, Birds of America, London, 1836.] 12 3/8 x 19 7/8 inches; 314 x 505 mm - plate mark, narrow margins. Generally clean & attractive. Framed. $800-1,200 793 121972/236 Hand-Colored Lithograph. Audubon, John James. "Migratory Squirrel." Philadelphia: J.T. Bowen, 1844. [Plate 35, Viviparous Quadrupeds of America.] Folio. Pl. 35. 27 1/4 x 21 1/8 inches; 692 x 536 mm. Generally clean and bright, slightly toned. Framed. $500-800 794 No lot 795 122573/1 Lot. Audubon Octavo Lithographs. Audubon, John James. Collection of approx. 150 mostly First ed. hand-colored 8vo Birds of America plates (1840-1844). Occasional light toning to page edges, generally clean and bright. $4,000-6,000 151

795A 131227/11 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraving with Aquatint & Etching. Havell, R., after Audubon, John James. "[Tropic Bird]" [Plate CCLXII, Birds of America, London, 1827-1838]. Folio. 20 3/4 x 30 3/16 inches; 527 x 766mm - plate size; 25 7/8 x 38 3/4 inches; 657 x 984 sheet size on Whatman paper, dated 1835. Fresh and bright color. Very minor, scattered foxing to margins & verso. Framed. $8,000-12,000


796 128035/4 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraving with Aquatint and Etching. Audubon, John, James. “Wild Turkey.� Edinburgh: H.W. Lizars; London; retouched by J. Havell, jr., 1829. [Plate 6, variant 4, Birds of America, London, 1827-1838]. 25 1/4 x 38 inches; 641 x 965mm - plate mark; 26 1/4 x 38 1/2 inches; 666 x 977mm - sheet size. Bright and attractive. Floated in archival Arader Gallery frame. Likely to have been recently removed from a bound (but slightly trimmed folio). Not examined out of frame. $20,000-30,000 153

797 131120/2 13 pieces. Hand-Colored Engravings Botanical Subjects -European Continent, 18th century, folio sheets - minor edge wear. $250-400 798 121972/99 3 pieces. Hand Colored Engraving. Thornton, Robert: “The Aconite, or Monk’s Hood.” London, Dec. 1804. 18 3/4 x 13 1/4 inches; 476 x 336mm - sheet size. Trimmed at plate mark. Generally clean. Laid down. * “The Egg plant”. London, June 1, 1803. 18 x 12 3/4 inches; 470 x 350mm - plate mark, trimmed by plate mark. Generally clean. Laid down. * “Blue Egyptian Water Lily.” London, 1812. 9 5/8 x 7 1/4 inches; 228 x 177mm - plate mark. $200-300 799 121972/81 1 piece. Color Mezzotint. Earlom, Richard. “A Fruit Piece.” London: John Boydell, September 30, 1776. 12 x 13 3/4 inches; 304 x 330mm plate mark. Framed. Not examined out of frame. [Wesseley 148] $400-600 800 121972/231 2 pieces. Hand-Colored Botanical Engravings. Furber, Robert: “September.” London, [c1735]. From The Twelve Months of Flowers. 13 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches; 349 x 247mm - plate mark, good margins. Slightly toned, light mat burn. * “June” from Flower-Garden Display’d. [c1732] 13 7/8 x 9 3/4 inch; 352 x 246mm. Trimmed just within plate mark. Both framed. $800-1,200

POSTERS Lots 801-855 801 131103/3 1 piece. Color Lithograph Poster. Grasset, Eugene. “Werther.” Paris: Menestrel...Huegel et Cie., 1893. 31 1/2 x 24 inches; 787 x 609mm. Laid down to paper and linen. Printed by Lemercier. Condition A- . $500-800 802 131103/2 1 piece. Color Lithograph Poster. Cheret, Jules. “La Reine Indigo.” Paris: Au Menestel, 1875. 29 x 21 3/4 inches; unmounted. 4 inch tear to left edge repaired. Remargined. Lightly discolored. Condition B. $500-800 803 131103/1 1 piece. Color Lithograph Poster. Paleologue, Jean De ‘Pal’. “Sapho.” Paris: F. Hermet, 1897. 51 x 39 inches; 1295 x 880mm, laid down on board; slightly worn at edges. Signed in the stone and with the mark

of the Pal studio to lower left. Piece lyrique de M.M. Henri Cain & Bernde d’apres le roman de Alphonse Daudet. Musique de J. Massenet. Theatre de l’Opera-Comique. Representations de Melle. Emma Calve.” Music by Jules Massenet (1842-1912). Condition B/B+. $700-1,000 804 131027/2 1 piece. Color Lithographic Massenet Opera Poster. Flameng, Francois. “Theatre de L’opera Comique. Griselidis... Musique de [Jules] Massenet.” Paris: Bourgerie, no date [ca. 1901]. 54 1/2 x 30 inches (1,380 x 762mm), linen-backed. Condition B: slightly toned. Original or early performance poster. Framed. $300-500 805 122397/4 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Frianon, L. “Folies-Bergere. Les Demoiselles du XXe Siecle.” Paris: Charaine, [c1895.] 39 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches; 1003 x 648mm, linen backed. Lightly toned, some chipping at edges. Condition B. $250-400 806 131245/6 3 pieces. Color Lithographic French & Italian Art Nouveau Posters: Gachons, Andhre des. “XVI Exposition du Salon.” Paris: A Davy, c1895. 23 1/4 x 15 3/4 inches: 590 x 400mm. Faint ink stamp to lower right margin. Very light surface wear. A-. * “Martinez Y Ca. Ventas Al Dentall.” Rome: Utrillo & Rialp, c1900. 22 1/2 x 16 1/4 inches; 571 x 412mm. A-/A. * “Jardin de Paris.” Paris: Chaix, [c1900]. 22 1/2 x 16 3/4 inchs; 571 x 425mm. Light occasional creasing, lightly toned. B+. All linen backed. $500-800 807 122142/1 4 pieces. [Gilbert & Sullivan.] Color Lithographic Theatre Posters: Hardy, Dudley. “Yeomen the Guard / Savoy Theatre”; “The Gondoliers”; “Ruddigore” & “The Sorceror.” London: Waterlow & Sons, [c18971910]. 29 1/4 x 19 inches; 742 x 482mm. Framed. Not examined out of frames $700-1,000 808 122142/5 1 piece. Vanity Fair ‘Gilbert & Sullivan’ Caricature Lithographs: “Patience” William Schwenck Gilbert, “Royal English Opera” (Richard D’Oyly Carte) & “English Music”(Arthur Sullivan.) London: Vincent Brooks Day & Sons, 1881, 1891 & 1874. Framed together in 1 frame. Not examined out of frame. $200-300


810 131245/3 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Cheret, Jules. “Vetements Pour Hommes a Voltaire.. Paris, [c1900]. 48 1/2 x 10 1/4 inches; 1231 x 260mm. Some surface scuffing, wear. Linen backed. Conditoon B+. $500-800 811 131245/1 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Garric, T. “La Yetta.” Paris: F. Garric, [c1900]. 61 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches; 1549 x 596mm - sheet size. Linen backed. Light occasional wear. Generally clean and bright. B+/A-. $400-600 812 131103/4 1 piece. Color Lithograph Poster. Leandre, Charles-Lucien. “Panurge.” Paris: J. Minot, 1913. 35 1/2 x 25 inches; 889 x 635mm. Laid down to board. Minor wear to edges; some light staining to upper edge and right corner. Condition B. $300-500

809 809 131245/2 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Oge, Eugene. “L’Astrolin.” Paris: Champenois, [c1890]. 59 1/2 x 39 1/2 inches; 1511 x 1003mm sheet size. Some areas of discoloration and scuffing to surface. Bright and attractive. Linen backed. Condition A-. $1,500-2,500 809A 131256/1 4 pieces. Color Lithographic Advertising Posters: Scribner’s, “The Christmas Scribner.” Depiction of the Three Kings. 22 1/4 x 14 1/2 in; 565 x 365mm. linen-backed. * Scribner’s, April, “The Olympic Games and Their Revival,” ca. 1896. Henry (Hy.) Myer. Depiction of a Greek Hoplite warrior. 14 x 18 in; 355 x 457mm, linen-backed.* Scribner’s, May, “A Notable Number”. Blendon Campbell. Depiction of seated, pensive woman. 14 1/2 x 22 1/2 in; 367 x 574mm, linenbacked.* Harper’s Magazine, “On Snow Shoes to the Barren Grounds,” 1896. Edward Penfield. 11 1/2 x 18 1/4 in; 29 1/4 x 46 1/4cm, linen-backed. All A-/A. $400-600

813 131112/1 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri. “Divan Japonais.” (Paris: Edw. Ancourt), [1893]. 29 3/4 x 23 1/8 inches; 755 x 587mm, mounted to slightly larger paper tissue sheet. Bottom 1 5/8 inches; 41mm of body of the poster & 1 1/4 inches; 31mm of the left yellow margin within the body of the poster cuta away, light creases along old folds, other minor surface wear. Poster cut away. Framed. B-/B. This poster was put up on January 20, 1892, as an advertisement for a small cafe concert at 75 Rue de Martyrs. Whittock p11. $20,000-30,000 814 131245/8 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. “25th Salon des Humoristes.” Paris: Chachoin, 1932. 25 x 15 1/4 inches; 635 x 387mm. Light surface scuffing. Generally clean and bright. A$250-400 815 131161/1 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Cappiello, Leonetto. “Contratto.” [Paris, 1922] “ Les Nouvelles Affiches.” 54 x 38 1/2 inches; 1372 x 978mm. Very light wear. Linen backed. Framed. Condition A-/A. $2,000-3,000 816 131027/3 1 piece. Color Lithographic Advertising Poster. “Satin Skin Powder.” Detroit, 1903. 42 x 28 inches (1066 x 711mm). Condition B+/A-: occasional minor creasing, but clean & attractive. $200-300 155



817 122397/5 1 piece. Lithographic Advertising Poster.”Tuttle’s Horse Elixir.” Boston: Buck Printing Company, [c1920]. 45 1/2 x 29 1/2 inches; 1143 x 736mm - sight size. Scattered creasing and some staining to borders. Possibly mounted to bd. Framed, not examined out of frame. $200-300 818 131161/6 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Stephano. “Cigarettes Saphir.” [Paris]: Moullot-Marseille, (c1910). 45 1/2 x 30 inches; 1155 x 762mm. Linen backed. Very light surface wear. Framed. Condition A-/A. $700-1,000


819 131161/7 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Cappiello, Leonetto. “Cachou LaJaunie.” Paris: Devambez, (1920). 57 x 37 inches; 448 x 940mm. Linen backed. Framed. Condition A. $2,000-3,000

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820 131161/9 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Bouchet, Camille. “Cognac Jacquet.” Paris: Vercasson, Paris. 65 1/2 x 45 1/2 inches; 1663 x 1155mm. Linen backed. Framed. Very light wear. Image clean and bright. Condition A. $1,000-1,500

820A 131199/1 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Cappiello, Leonardo. “Nitrolian” Brussels: Devambez, 1929. 63 x 47 inches; 1600 x 1193mm. Framed. Condition A-/A. $1,500-2,500


821 131129/3 2 pieces. Color Lithograph Italian Travel Posters: Rici “Lago Di Como.” Firenze: Fotoincisori, [c1930s]. 36 1/2 x 25 inches; 927 x 635mm sight size. Framed. Condition A. * Puppo, Mario. “Napoli”. Napoli: Richter & C., c1955. 26 x 39 inches; 660 x 990mm. Framed. Condition B+/A-. $800-1,200 822 131161/12 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. “Spend your Holidays in Jamaica: Loveliest & Most Romantic Tropical Isle.” London: Waterlow & Sons, [c1940]. 32 x 22 inches; 812 x 558mm. Linen backed. Very light toning to edges. Condition A-/A. $200-300 823 131161/14 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Laurence, Sydney. “Alaskans- Off to the Potlach.” St. Paul, Alaska: [Brown and Bigelow], [c1947]. 42 x 31 1/2 inches; 1068 x 800mm. Linen backed. Condition A. $300-500 824 131161/15 3 pieces. Airline Travel Posters: Color Lithographic Posters: Carlu, Jean. “Portugal and Spain by Clipper.” Pan American World Airways, 1954. 43 x 28 1/2 inches; 1092 x 723mm. Linen backed. Surface scuffs, no tears or repairs. Condition B+/A-. * “Paris, Europe. Via Pan American, World’s Most Experienced Airline.” United States: Pan American Airlines, (c1950). 43 1/2 x 30 inches 1104 x 762mm. Linen backed. Light wear. Condition A-.* Kauffer, Edward McKnight. “American Airlines to Sweden.” United States: American Airlines. 40 1/2 x 30 inches; 1028 x 762mm. Light toning to sheet edges. Condition B+/A-. $700-1,000 825 131161/18 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Cassandre, Adolphe Mouron. “L’Oiseau Bleu.” L. Danel, 1929. 39 x 24 1/4 inches; 990 x 610mm. Mounted on paper. Conditon A-/A. Framed. Cassandre pl. 18; Brown & Reinhold 20; Suntory 56, p. 80. $4,000-6,000


826 131122/1 1 vol. Color Lithographic Poster. Matter, Herbert. [All Roads Lead to Switzerland - in Czech] Zurich: Fretz Freres, (1935). 39 3/8 x 25 inches; 1,000 x 635mm. Light creasing along top edges, a few generally short fissures - scattered at edges. Framed & floated. B. Purchased by the consigner directly from the artist. Herbert Matter (1907-1984); Swiss born American photographer and graphic designer, known for his pioneering use of photomontage in commercial art, instrumental in shaping the vocabulary of 20th century graphic design. $3,000-5,000 159

827 131161/2 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Trompf, Percy. “Australia- The Tallest Trees in the British Empire - Marysville, Victoria.” [Melbourne], [c1935]. Australian National Travel Association. 22 x 14 inches; 558 x 355mm. Linen backed. Light creasing. Condition A-/A. $200-300 828 131161/3 2 pieces. Color Lithographic Posters - Mexico: (Espert.) “Handy...Mysterious…Colorful…Exotic…MEXICO!” Mexico: Galas, [c1943]. National Railways of Mexico (Worker’s Administration). 39 1/2 x 30 inches; 1003 x 762mm. Linen backed. Some edge repairs and light creasing. Condition B-/B. * Kauffer, Edward McKnight. “Mexico, Festivals Old and New.” United States: Guggler Lithographic Company, [c1948]. 43 1/2 x 30 inches; 1104 x 762mm. Linen backed. Light wear. Condition A-/A. $300-500


829 131161/4 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Feguide, Marcel. “Aix en Provence Guerit La Phlebite. Novembre-Mai. Casino Municipal.” [Paris?]: Moullot-Marseille, 1928. 54 x 38 1/2 inches; 1371 x 977mm. Linen backed. Generally clean & bright. Condition A-/A. $700-1,000


830 131161/8 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Gaudin, Louis. “Casino de Paris Mistinguett Paris Qui Brille.” Paris: Central Publicite, (1931). 83 1/2 x 29 1/2 inches; 2120 x 739mm. Linen backed. Light surface wear and some very light creases. Framed. Condition B/B+. $1,200-1,800


831 131161/5 2 pieces. Color Lithographic Poster: Villemot, Bernard. “Bally.” Champigny: IPA, [c1980]. 61 x 45 1/2 inches; 1540 x 1155mm. Not examined out of frame. Generally clean and bright. Presumed A-/A condition.* (Rousseau, Jean). “Sodibo.” Paris: J.Y. Nicolas, [c1928]. 58 1/2 x 38 1/2 in., 1486 x 977mm. Lightly toned. Not examined out of frame. Presumed condition B+/A-. $1,200-1,800 832 131199/2 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Stall, I. “Sauvion’s Brandy.” [Paris]: Joseph Charles, [c1925]. 23 1/4 x 15 1/2 inches; 590 x 394mm. Linen backed. Minor surface wear. Framed. Condition A-. $400-600 833 131245/4 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Geis, Joseph. “Odeon Casino.” 1914. 34 1/2 x 47 inches. Linen backed. Condition B/B+. $1,000-1,500 834 131245/5 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Metlicovitz, Leopoldo. “Internationale Ausstellung Mailand.” [Miland]: G. Riccordi & C., 1906. 35 1/8 x 19 5/8 inches; 892 x 498mm. Linen backed. Slightly toned. Framed. Condition B+. [Weill 141, Maitres 1900 p. 131 (var).] $2,000-3,000 835 122426/16 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Domergue, Jean-Gabriel. “Emmy Magliani.” Paris: H. Chachoin, [1923]. 47 1/4 x 62 1/2 inches; 1200 x 1587mm. Linen backed. Condition A-/A. $800-1,200 836 122426/17 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Icart, Louis. “Monte Carlo.” Monte Carlo: Monegasque, [1948]. 43 x 29 1/2 inches; 1092 x 749mm, trimmed on right side, small edge tears and some creases. Condition B-. $1,200-1,800 837 122426/19 2 pieces. Color Offset Lithographic Posters. Shahn, Ben: ‘’Mc Carthy Peace.’’ New York: Lincoln Graphics, 1968. Edition of 200. 33 7/8 x 23 inches; 838 x 584mm. Discoloration and some creasing. Condition B. Prescott 194. * [Philadelphia Museum of Art.] [New York: Posters Original Limited], 1967. Signed in pencil. 45 x 30 1/8 inches; 1143 x 762mm. $500-800


838 122426/18 1 piece. Color Offset Poster. “Levy’s Rye/ Native American.” [c1960]. 29 1/2 x 45 inches; 750 x 1140mm. Some dampstaining at lower edge, light creasing and scuffing. Linen backed. Condition B. $300-500 161

839 122426/13 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Riesenberg, Sydney H. “Civilians When We Go Through This We Need All The Help and Comfort You Can Give. The Jewish Welfare Board. United War Work CampaignWeek of November 11, 1918.” New York: New Gramere, Inc., 1918. 37 1/2 x 26 inches; 952 x 660mm. Mounted to linen, small edges and repairs. Condition B. $300-500 840 131181/5 1 piece. (Color Lithographic British World War I Poster.) Lipscombe, Guy. “Britishers Enlist Today.” 1916. 40 7/8 x 26 1/2 inches; 1040 x 673mm, linen backed. A few minor creases. & a small surface fissures. Clean, bright & attractive. Condition A-. $200-300 841 122426/8 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Matisse, H(enri) (1869-1954). “Madame de Pompadour.” (c. 1951). 36 x 26 inches, 914 x 660mm. A few small edge tears and light creases. Condition B+. $500-800 842 122426/14 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Papart, Max. “Max Papart- Arthur Charles Gallery.” Washington D.C.: Arthur Charles Gallery, 1982. Signed, inscribed & embellished in felt pen with two faces. 31 x 23 1/2 inches; 78.74 x 596mm. Light wear. Unmounted. Condition B. $300-500 843 122426/15 2 pieces. Color Lithographic Posters: Picasso, Pablo: “Cote D’Azur.” [Paris?] Henri Deschamps lith., [1962]. 38 x 26 inches; 965 x 660mm. Small edge tears and light surface wear. B * “Picasso Marlborough Galleria d’Arte, Roma.” Ed. 284/650. March 1, 1969. 39 1/2 x 25 inches; 1003 x 635mm. A. $800-1,200 844 131027/1 2 pieces. Offset Color Lithographic Posters. Hockney, David: “Parade.” London: Petersburg Press, 1981. Ink signed and dedicated bottom right. 29 x 24 inches; 736 x 609mm -; sheet size 37 7/8 x 23 13/16 inches; 939 x 584mm. * “Igor Stravinksy”. London: Petersburg, 1981, Petersburg Press. 37 1/2 x 16 3/4 inches; 952 x 425mm. $700-1,000

845 128084/3A 2 pieces. Color Lithographs. Chagall, Marc: “Marc Chagall Konsthallen Lanskrone, 15 Juni-31 Augusti, 1967.” [Paris]: Mourlot, 1967. 33 x 23 inches; 838 x 584mm. Signed in pencil at lower right by Marc Chagall. Minor wear. Condition A-. * Mourlot Imprimeurs. N.p: Mourlot, [c1967.] 28 x 20 1/2 inches; 711 x 520mm. Signed in pencil at lower right by Marc Chagall. Minor dust soiling to edge. A. $500-800 846 128084/3 1 piece. Color Lithograph Poster. Chagall, Marc. “Four Seaons, Chicago, 1974.” N.p: Mourlot, [1974]. 37 x 25 1/4 inches; 940 x 540mm. Minor edge wear. Signed in pencil at lower left by Marc Chagall. Condition A-. $500-800 847 122426/9 6 pieces. Color Lithographic Posters. Chagall, Marc. “Foundation Maeght: Peintures 1947-1967.” (Paris): Mourlot, (1967). 34 x 23 inches; 863 x 584mm. * “Chagall at Pace/Columbus.” 1974. 31 x 22 inches; 784 x 558mm. * “Chagall (at) Galerie Maeght.” (Paris): Mourlot, 1962. 27 1/2 x 21 inches; 698 x 533mm. * “Chagall (at) Musee National Message Biblique.” Nice: Mourlot. 30 x 20 inches; 762 x 508mm. * “Chagall (at) Galerie Maeght.” Paris: Mourlot. 30 1/2 x 20 inches; 774 x 508mm. * “Chagall (at) Galerie Maeght.” (Paris): Mourlot; Maeght Editeur, 1969. 30 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches; 774 x 575mm. $1,000-1,500 848 122493/6 1 piece. Color Offset Print Signed & Inscribed. Chagall, Marc. “The Cruxifiction.” Signed and inscribed by Marc Chagall in person. 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches; 215 x 165mm - sight size. Light discoloration. Signature clean and bright. Framed. $100-150 849 122426/7 2 pieces. Color Lithographic Posters. Chagall, Marc. [Jerusalem Windows]: “Chagall’s Windows for Jerusalem. Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center.” N.p.: Mourlot, 1961. Approx. 32 x 21 inches; 810 x 530mm. Matted. * Chagall. “Vitreaux Pour Jerusalem Musee Des Arts Decoratifs.” (Paris): Ch. Sorlier, 1961. Approx. 32 x 21 inches; 810 x 530mm. Framed. Both clean & attractive. Both signed in stone. $500-800


850 128084/4 2 pieces. Color Offprint Lithographs: Chagall, Marc: “La Fenetre a Sils Maria; Les Girofless Blanches.” N.p., 1976. Each 30 x 20 1/2 inches; 760 x 520mm. Each signed in pencil by Marc Chagall at lower right. Minor wear. Posters on cloth. $300-500 851 131161/13 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Chagall, Marc. “Fondation Maeght: Peintures 1947-1967.” [Paris]: Mourlot, [1967]. 36 x 25 inches; 914 x 635mm. Linen backed. Condition A-/A. $200-300 852 No lot 857 853 131103/6 1 piece. Color Lithographic Poster. Indiana, Robert. Designed for the opening of the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center on April 23, 1964. 45 1/2 x 30 inches; 1143 x 762mm. Laid down to cardboard backing. Some wear, soiling and staining. Condition B-. $150-250 854 131128/2 1 piece. Color Offset Poster. Warhol, Andy. “Green Stamps.” (Institute of Contempory Art, Univ. of Pennsylvania Exhibition.) (Philadelphia), 1965. 22 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches; 570 x 570mm. Tape repairs & abrasions to verso, some creasing. Condition C+. Warhol’s 1st museum exhibition. $300-500

ILLUSTRATION & MODERN ART Lots 845-871 855 131128/3 2 pieces. Color Litho. Offset Posters. Johns, Jasper: Jasper Johns. “Opening February 24, Leo Castelli. 4 East 77 N.Y.” [1968]. 35 1/8 x 24 inches; 890 x 610mm; creasing along old folds, occasionally slightly dusty. Signed by Jasper John & Leo Casteli. Condition B. * “Jasper Johns, Prints, 1960.” 1970. Phila. Museum of Art, 1970. 35 x 23 1/2 inches; 890 x 595mm. Signed in ink, lower right by Jasper Johns. Condition B/B+. $300-500

856 131257/2 1 piece. Disney Animation Cel. “Geppetto.” 1940. From Disney’s Pinochhio. Pencilled “Geppetto” lower left of mount. 8 1/8 x 7 3/8 inches; 203 x 177mm. With Courvoisier Galleries label on reverse of frame. Framed. $800-1,200 857 122315/4 1 piece. [Illustration Art.] Frost, A.B (American 1851-1928). Watercolor & Gouche. Household Scene. Signed lower left. 11 1/2 x 15 inches; 279 x 381mm - sight size. Framed. $1,000-1,500 858 121600/62 2 pieces. 19th Century Original Illustration Artwork: Incl. Birch, Reginald Bathurst. Pen on paper. Depicting two gentlemen. 12 1/4 x 14 1/2 inches; 304 x 355mm. * Taylor, Charles. A Beach scene from “Notes From Newport”, from Puck. Vol. XXI no. 545, p401. 14 1/4 x 19 inches; 355 x 482mm. Creasing to edges, some scattered annotations in margins. $150-250 859 122230/1 Lot. Illustration Art: Archive. Dixon, William (American, 20th century.) c1960s. Various mediums, mostly charcoal and pencil sketches. Depicting Science Fiction subjects, Tarzan etc. (100+) $800-1,200 163

860 121559/14 2 pieces. Original Pen and Ink Political Cartoons: Auth, Tony (American, b. 1942.). For the Philadelphia Inquirer, 1986. Depicting South Africa ravaged by oceans, signed “Auth.” * Oliphant, Pat (Australian, b. 1935.) Universal Press Syndicate, 1986. Commenting on censorship. Both framed. $300-500 861 122426/2 5 pieces. Original Cartoon Art. Goldberg, Rube - Political Satire. “New Circus Twist - The Great British-Soviet Get Together Act.”, “Indiscriminate Bombings by Reds”, “His Bodyguards”, “NCS” & “Greatest Airforce.” Each pen & charocal, each signed ‘Rube Goldberg.’ Largest approx. 20 3/4 x 14 1/4 inches - largest size. Some scattered discoloration, mostly to edges. $1,500-2,500 862 131094/8 1 piece. Serigraph. Neiman, Leroy (American, 1921-2012). “Abe Lincoln.” Signed in pencil lower left. 18 x 18 inches; 457 x 457mm. Framed. Clean and bright. $300-500 863 131128/1 1 piece. Litho. & Color Etched Poster. Calendar 1980. [Tokyo, 1979] 25 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches; 648 x 495mm. With etched (mostly color) vignettes by T. Sugimata; G. Nomiyama; T. Okabe; T. Nakabayashi; T. Noda; F. Tamura; T. Azumaya; S. Kametani; A. Baba; Y. Umezui; K. Umezawa; H. Maruyama. 1/130, each vignette signed in pencil by its artist. Condition A-. Some minor creasing. $500-800 864 131151/7 1 piece. Lithograph. Pearlstein, Philip. “Two Reclining Nudes.” 1971. #8/120 signed by Philip Pearlstein. 22 x 30 inches; 560 x 762mm. Clean & crisp. Framed. $200-500

866 131151/5 1 piece. Silkscreen. Hering, Keith. “Singing Cats.” 8 3/4 x 9 inches; 222 x 228mm - image size. Framed. $200-300 867 131162/2 1 piece. Offset Lithograph Poster. Haring, Keith. “Kutztown Connection.” 1984. Signed in red by Keith Haring, numbered ‘198’ on the reverse, and with New Arts Program chopmark at bottom right corner. 22 x 18 1/2 inches; 558 x 457mm. Framed. $800-1,200 868 131162/3 1 piece. Aquatint Etching. Dine, Jim. “ (Wolfman) Wall.” 1967. Signed, dated & initialed ‘A.P’ (Artist Proof) in pencil, lower left. 31 x 22 inches; 787 x 588mm. Generally clean and bright, very light edge wear. $500-800 869 131166/5 1 piece. Color Lithograph. Barnet, Will. “The Bannister.” 1981. Signed, dated, titled and numbered 94/300 in pencil. 32 1/2 x 25 1/8 inches; 826 x 638mm. Generally clean. $300-500 870 131166/4 1 piece. Color Lithograph. Rockwell, Norman. “The Runaway.” [c1972]. Signed in pencil lower right, numbered 188/200. Stain to upper right corner, and dust soiling to margins - not affecting image. 31 x 28 inches; 787 x 711mm - sheet size. $800-1,200 871 122493/4 1 piece. Luks, George (American, 1967-1933). Charcoal study of figures. Stamped ‘Ex Collection Caroline Luks’ lower left corner. 6 1/4 x 4 inches; 158 x 101mm - sight size. A little toned. Framed. $300-500

865 131162/1 1 piece. Offset Color Lithographs. Roy Lichtenstein. “As I Opened Fire (Triptych)” 1966. Unsigned. 25 1/4 x 20 3/4 inches; 635 x 508mm, each. Framed. Corlette App.5 $500-800

More lots of literary first edition from the library of Ronald Curry will be sold on April 5th, starting at lot 875 and can be viewed online at or in-house during exhibition. Even more literary firsts from this collection will be offered in our July shelf sale.


Index to Posters & Other Graphics Audubon, John James, 792, 793, 795-796

Maps, 674-674C, 678-703, 705-726, 728-735 Mexico, 751

Bird's Eye Views, 612, 612A, 672 Cartoons, 860 Chagall, Marc, 845-851 Cruikshank, George, 765 Currier & Ives, 665-667, 669 Disney, 856 Dogs, 746-749 Etchings and Engravings, 612, 613, 615, 619-624, 626, 629-632, 637, 645, 646, 648, 652, 654, 655, 658, 736-742, 744-750, 752-755, 757-760, 765, 770, 774-776 Fishing, 753 Franklin, Benjamin, 643 Frost, A.B., 857 George Washington, 632, 636-640

Natural History, 744, 784-793, 795A, 797-800 New York, 667, 759 Original Artwork, 610, 611, 614, 616-618, 764, 768, 769, 771, 777780, 782, 783, 858, 860, 861, 864, 871 Philadelphia, 630, 678, 691, 700, 702, 706, 709, 711, 756 Piranesi, 620-625 Posters, 801-807, 809-851, 853-855, 863 Prints, 612-613, 619, 624-631, 633, 634, 636, 638-641, 643-645, 647, 648, 650-652, 654, 656, 660, 664, 665, 667, 669, 671, 672, 737, 741, 751, 755, 756, 758, 761-763, 766, 767, 772, 773, 775, 781, 785, 787, 788, 795-799, 808, 862, 865-870 South West, 751 Sporting, 669, 753, 768-783 Theater, 803, 807, 808, 813 Travel, 825

Illustration Art, 777, 856, 857, 859, 866 Warhol, Andy, 854 Judaica, 758

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Photographs & Photobooks Auction 09/2013 Aimee Pflieger 267.414.1221

BERT STERN (american b. 1929) “MARILYN MONROE: THE LAST SITTING” THE COMPLETE SET OF TEN PHOTOGRAPHS 1962, each signed and numbered 170/250.The complete set of ten color coupler prints accompanied by portfolio case with signed and numbered colophon. Each approx. 19 x 19 in. (48.3 x 48.3cm) $8,000-12,000

Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs including the Bruce Ritchie Collection of important 18th-century and first edition 20th-century literature Wednesday, 24th April, 2013 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR ODYSSEY OF HOMER Tr. Alexander Pope. 5 vols. 1725-26

Enquiries Simon Vickers Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 ORWELL, GEORGE Nineteen eighty-four. London: Secker and Warburg, 1949. First edition

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American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts Auction 04/17/13 Exhibition opens Friday, April 12, 2013 at 10am Lynda Cain 267.414.1237 Whitney Bounty 267.414.1254

MARTIN ROSIENKIEWICZ (polish/american 1792-1847) A presentation drawing, ‘Paper-Mill on Brandywine (Wilmington, Del.) 1838.’ Watercolor and ink on paper, framed. 19 1/2 in x 16 1/2 in. $8,000-12,000 Full color catalogues available for $35. Color images of every lot are now available at


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