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Rare Books & Manuscripts 04/10/14 Posters, Maps & Other Graphics 04/11/14

Rare Books & Manuscripts

Exhibitions:

Bidding:

Sale 1487

Monday, April 7 10am to 5pm

Whitney Long

Thursday, April 10 at 10am

Posters, Maps & Other Graphics Sale 1488 Friday, April 11 at 10am

Tuesday, April 8 10am to 5pm Wednesday, April 9 10am to 5pm Limited viewing morning of sale

Catalogue: Inquiries: David Bloom direct tel: 267-414-1246 dbloom@freemansauction.com Christiana Scavuzzo direct tel: 267-414-1247 cscavuzzo@freemansauction.com

$25 in the gallery $31 domestic mail $45 international mail

Inside Front Cover: Lot 114A (detail) Inside Back Cover: Lot 76A (detail) Color images of every lot are available at www.freemansauction.com

Printing by Brilliant Studio Exton, Pennsylvania

tel: 267.414.1207 fax: 215.599.2240 wlong@freemansauction.com


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Rare Books & Manuscripts sale 1487: lots 1-528 Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 10am


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Table of Contents Decorative Arts & Architecture 1-31 Fine & Performing Arts 32-53 Illustrated Books 54-91 Children's Books 92-114 Private Press 115-126 Fine Bindings 127-145 Literature & Poetry 146-158 Modern Firsts 159-175 Natural History & Social Science 176-183 Science 184-190 Travel & Exploration 191-216 Sporting 217-219 Law 220-224 Military History 225-233 Americana 234-278 Ephemera &c 279-289 Manuscripts 290-306 Early Printing 307-336 Autographs 337-563

Lots marked with a dagger (†) are from the estate of a prominent Philadelphia philanthropist and collector. More information is available upon request.


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DECORATIVE ARTS & ARCHITECTURE Lots 1-31 1 141069/21 4 vols. Architecture - British & American: Weall, John, ed. Quarterly Papers on Architecture. London, 1845. Vol 4. 4to, contemp 3/4 brown morocco & marbled bds, spine gilt; joints & extremities often rubbed. Litho plates, incl color lithos. Internally clean. * McCartney, Mervyn E, ed. Recent English Domestic Architecture. London: Architectural Review, 1908. Sm folio, contemp cloth; somewhat dusty, some staining. Photo plates. Internally clean. * Simons, Albert; Lapham, Samuel, Jr. Charleston South Carolina. New York: Am Institute of Architecture, 1927. Octagon Library of Early American Architecture. Vol 1. 4to, orig gilt-lettered green cloth. Photo plates, plans. Clean & attractive. * Holden, Arthur C.; Sexton, R.W. American Country Houses of Today. New York: Architectural Book Pub, 1930. 4to, orig gilt-lettered terra-cotta cloth; occasionally scuffed. Photo plates, plans. Internally clean. $100-150

2 132582/5B 4 vols. Antonini, Carlo. Manuale de vari ornamenti tratti delle fabbriche e trammenti antichi. Rome, 1781-1790. Sm folio, contemp bds, rebacked in modern cloth. With 213 engraved plates + 2 dedicatory plates & engraved half-title, head piece, title vignettes. Some scatttered light foxing, but generally internally crisp & clean. $3,000-5,000 3 141044/8 1 vol. Bill, Max. Moderne Schweizer Architektur. Basel: Karl Werner, [1949]. 4to, loose as issued, in orig ptd box, olive bds; light edge wear. Photo illus & plans throughout. German/French/English texts. Complete, internally clean & crisp. $80-120 4 131642/23 1 vol. Butler, A.J. Islamic Pottery: A Study Mainly Historical. London: E. Benn, 1926. 1st ed. Folio, orig two-tone green cloth, top edge trimmed, bottom & fore-edges untrimmed; light to moderate wear. With 92 plates. Old scattered marginal pencil annotations. $200-300 5 132582/5A 3 vols. (Decorative Arts.) Revue des arts decoratifs. (L’Art dans la vie contemporaine.) Paris: J. Rouam, 1897-1899. Vols 17-19. Sm folio, contemp 3/4 blue morocco & marbled bds, giltlettered spines, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; occasionally slightly scuffed. Color plates, illus & figures in text throughout. Generally crisp & clean. $120-180 6 132582/5P 2 vols. French Architectural Ornament &c - 15th-18th Century: [Le Pautre, Jean.] Collection de plus belles compositions de Lepautre, pubilee et gravee, par Decloux, architecte, et Doury, peintre. Paris, n.d. [ca 1850]. Folio, contemp green morocco-backed pebbled cloth; spine defective, casing loose. With 100 engraved plates. Light foxing to front matter, internally generally clean. Ink stamp of John V. Van Pelt on verso of several plates. * Rowe, Elenor, ed. French Wood Carvings from the National Museums. London: Batsford, 1896-1897. 1st, 2nd & 3rd series in 1 vol. Folio, contemp 3/4 morocco & cloth, t.e.g.; joints rubbed, other moderate wear. With 3 titles, text + 54 collotype plates. Internally clean. Late 15th-18th century. $200-300

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10 7 131642/26 3 vols. Frutaz, Amato Pietro, ed. Le Piante di Roma. Rome, 1962. Folio, orig rose-brown gilt-lettered cloth; slightly scuffed. With 684 plates (incl fold). Internally clean. $120-180 8 132582/5N 1 vol. Gruner, Lewis, illus. Specimens of Ornamental Art Selected from the Best Models of the Classical Epochs. London: Thomas M’Lean, 1850. Atlas vol only. Lg folio, contemp cloth; scuffed. With 80 litho & chromolitho plates. Light to occasionally moderate foxing throughout. Without the 4to text vol by Emil Braun. $300-500 9 132582/5K 2 vols. Hall, S.C. The Baronial Halls and Ancient Picturesque Edifices of England. London: H. Sotheran, 1881.mm Folio, orig gilt-lettered & ruled 3/4 morocco & pebbled cloth, giltlettered spines, a.e.g.; joints, extremities & spines often rubbed, corners heavily rubbed. With 71 tinted litho plates. Occasionally moderate foxing to front matter, other scattered light foxing. $180-250

10 132582/5L 2 vols (wrappers). (Interior Decoration:) Muster zu Zimmer-Versierunger und Ameublements. Leipzig: Voss, 1794. 2nd ed. Oblong folio (280 x 240mm), orig slate blue wrappers, orig ptd label; minor wrinkling, corners a little chipped. Title leaf, 4 letterpress pp, 6 hand-colored engraved plates. Minor occasional dust smudging in margins. * [The second collection of the preceding.] Muster Zimmer-Verzierunger und Ameublements. Zweite Sammlung. Leipzig: Voss, 1795. 1st ed, oblong folio (238 x 378mm) orig olive green wrappers; minor creasing, some chipping to spine, corners just creased, very minor dampstain to upper corner of back wrapper. Title leaf, 12 letterpress pp, 24 hand-colored plates on 17 leaves. Corners slightly creased, scattered minor spotting in margins. Internally generally crisp & clean. Both untrimmed. See OCLC 8376001. $1,200-1,800


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11 132582/5R 1 vol. Jekyll, Gertrude. Garden Ornament. London: Country Life, 1918. 1st ed. Folio, orig gilt-lettered blue cloth, a.e.g.; corners bumped & frayed, moderate edge wear, occasionally darkened. With color frontis, tissue guard, photo half-tone illus throughout. Minor internal creasing & occasional light dust smudging. $200-300 12 132582/5I 1 vol. Knight, [Frederick]. Knight’s Scroll Ornaments, Designed for the Use of Silversmiths, Chasers, Die-Sinkers, Modellers, &c &c., the Writing by J.H. Whiteman. London: Williams, Griffiths, Ackerman, n.d. [1833]. 4to, contemp 1/2 morocco & purple-brown cloth, spine gilt; corners, joints & spine rubbed. With 49 (of 50?) engraved plates, incl engraved title. Without plate 11 as usual. Scattered light foxing, moderate darkening to title & 1st 4 plates. With 4 19th-century English heraldic plates mtd at back. OCLC 30552791 $250-400 13 131993/10 1 vol. (Landscape Architecture.) Petit, Victor. Parcs et jardins des environs de Paris ... Plans de jardins ... l’ornementation des jardins ... Paris: Monroco Freres, [1850s]. Folio, contemp morocco & gilt-lettered cloth; spines & corners rubbed & defective, spine crudely repaired. With 50 leaves of color litho plates (incl plans); occasional light foxing to margins. Complete with half-title. Front matter sprung. OCLC 4761074. $120-180 14 132582/5D 1 vol. (Lutynes, E.L.) Weaver, Lawrence. Houses and Gardens by E..L. Lutynes. London: County Life, 1913. 1st ed. Folio, orig 1/2 white linen & bds, paper cover label, gilt lettered spine; corners rubbed, other light edge wear. Photo illus throughout, plans. Occasional minor internal creasing. $120-180 15 132395/2 1 vol. Mawson, Thomas H. Civic Art: Studies in Town Planning, Parks, Boulevards and Open Spaces. London: B.T. Batsford, 1911. 1st ed. Folio, orig gilt-lettered cloth, rebacked, orig spine laid down. Color frontis, plates, plans, illus in text, incl photo half-tones. Some discoloration to endpapers. Thomas H. Mawson,1861-1933, often described as the leading landscape architect of the Edwardian era. $200-300

16 132582/5E 1 vol. Meteyard, Eliza. Choice Examples of Wedgewood Art. London: George Bell, 1879. Folio, modern cloth. With 28 mtd autotype photo plates. Internally clean & crisp. Ex-library, perforated stamp at foot of title-page. $120-180 17 132582/5Q 2 vols. Moreau, Charles, pub. Interieurs anciens de tous styles. Paris, n.d. [ca 1935-1938]. 1st & 2nd series. Folio, orig bds, paper labels; occasionally slightly scuffed. Text + 72 photo plates, loose as issued. Edges of plates occasionally a little creased. $100-150 18 132582/5F 1 vol. Pugin, Augustus Welby. Floriated Ornament. London: H.G. Bohn, 1849. 1st (& only) issue. Sm folio, contemp gilt-decorated pebbled cloth, maroon morocco spine; scuffed, edges darkened, corners bumped. With 31 chromolitho plates (incl frontis & additional pictorial title), guard sheets. Scattered light foxing & occaisonal minor dust smudging. Bookplate removed from front paste-down. $200-300 19 132582/5J 1 vol. Pugin, A[ugustus] Welby. Ornaments of the XVth and XVIth Centuries. London, 1836. 4to, 19th-century 3/4 dark brown morocco & marbled bds, spine gilt; corners, joints & spine often rubbed. With 102 engraved plates, incl 4 partly colored section titles. Minor foxing to front matter, but generally crisp & clean. Early 20th-century presentation on front blank. $250-400 20 132582/5H 1 vol. Robinson, I.C. The Treasury of Ornamental Art, Illustrations of Objects of Art and Vertu. London: Day & Son, [1857]. 4to, orig richly gilt brown cloth, a.e.g., rough trimmed, beveled bds; corners slightly bumped. With 72 chromolitho & tinted litho plates by F. Bedford (incl pictorial chromo title & double-page illus). Tight, bright & clean copy. $80-120


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21 132582/5M 1 vol. Richardson, Charles James. Studies of Ornamental Design. [London, 1851.] Folio, contemp calf & cloth; spine gone, covers detached. Lacking the engraved titles (parts 1 & 2). With frontises (tinted in vol 1, color in vol 2), 2 preface leaves with pictorial borders, description of plate leaves with gilt borders (3 in vol 1, 2 in vol 2), 15 litho plates (8 color) often with gilt details, 5 tinted & 2 plain. Internally generally clean. Leaf size, 23 x 16 3/4 in; 585 x 406mm. $120-180 22 131012/27 4 vols. [Storer, James S.] The Antiquarian Itinerary: Architecture,... Vestiges of Antiquity in Great Britain. London, 1815-1816. 8vo, contemp gilt floral & double-fillet paneled brown strait-grained morocco, richly gilt spine compartments, inner dentelles gilt, a.e.g.; corners & joints occasionally rubbed. Approx 200 copper-engraved plates, wood-engraved illus; moderate offsetting. $120-180 23 132582/5G 1 vol. Willemin, [N.X.] Recueil de vases d’ornaments et figures tirees de l’antique. [Paris: Esnauts et Rapilly, ca 1825.] Sm 4to, contemp bds; extremities rubbed. 60 engraved plates. Scattered light foxing, minor marginal spotting & occasional dampstaining in upper margin. Arranged in 10 parts. See OCLC 312498489. $300-500 23 24 132582/5O 1 vol. Zahn, Wilhelm. Ornamente aller klassischen Kunstepochen. [Berlin, 1831-1843.] 1st ed, issued in 10 parts. Oblong folio, modern buckram. With color litho (wrapper?) title, 10 text leaves + 50 color litho plates. Title & 1st text leaf repaired, marginal repairs to a few plates, some internal creasing & dust smudging. Library stamp at foot of plate 23. $300-500 25 141069/22 2 vols. (Asian Arts.) Audsley, George Ashdown. The Ornamental Arts of Japan. New York: Scribners, 1883-84. #48/60, artist’s proof copy signed by Audsley. Thick 4to, orig richly gilt purple-brown morocco; joints & extremities rubbed, somewhat desiccated & blistered. With 2 frontises, 70 chromolitho & 35 heliogravure plates. Several plates sprung. $400-700

26 141044/10 Lot. (Japanese Arts & History.) Meiji Commemorative, ca 1932. 40 color plates on orig mts in folio yellow silk box with ivory clasps. With illus folio text vol in orig wrappers with paper labels & silk ties. 40 (of 80) plates. Clean & bright. $30-500 27 131803/6 2 vols. Asian Art Reference: Waterbury, Florence. Bird-Deities in China. Ascona, Switzerland, 1952. #48/350. 4to, orig gilt-lettered burgundy cloth; light wear. With 61 photo plates. Internally generally clean. * With, Karl. Buddhistische Plastik in Japan. Vienna: A. Schroll, 1919. 4to, orig decorated flexible bds, cover label; joints & extremities scuffed. With 224 photo plates on 112 sheets. $80-120


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28 131000/31 1 vol. (Costume.) Harper’s Bazaar. New York, 1877. Vol 10. Folio, orig green cloth, gilt; light wear. Wood-engraved illus, fold patterns. Clean & intact. $80-120 29 141044/9 1 portfolio. (Costume.) Halouze, Edouard. Costumes of South America. New York: French & European Pub, 1941. Folio, orig white-lettered brown cloth, pictorial color cover label, silk ties; corners bumped, slightly scuffed. With 40 color pochoir plates; minor edge wear. Loose as issued. $200-300 30 141017/7 1 vol. (Costume - French Theatre & Opera Performers.) MartinetHautecoeur, pub. [Paris, ca 1860s.] Collection of 40 hand-colored lithos of performers in costume. Folio, contemp morocco & bds; rubbed & worn. Light to moderately heavy foxing, occasional dampstaining. $120-180 31 141121/5 1 vol. (Costume.) (Salvatore, Marroni, illus.) Costumi religiosi e militari della corte Pontifica. Rome: Tommaso Cuccioni, [ca 1840]. 24mo, contemp flexible red cloth, rebacked. Folding format with 30 hand-colored engraved panels (incl title), each 4 1/4 x 3 in; 110 x 75mm; 2 panels repaired. Generally clean & attractive. In modern custom slipcase. $80-120

FINE & PERFORMING ARTS Lots 32-53 32 131642/24 1 vol. Adams, Ansel. Images 1923-1974. Boston: New York Graphic Society, [1974]. 1st ptg. Forward by Wallace Stegner. Oblong folio, orig silverstamped two-tone cloth, d/j, slipcase, photo plates. Signed & dated “1-25-75” by Ansel Adams on half-title. Near fine in orig slipcase. $120-180 33 131985/29 Lot. Botero, Fernando. Information Box. Galerie Buchholz, 1970. #26/60, signed by Botero on cover of 1 box, with orig silver print photo of Botero at work. (2) 4to-size boxes, orig bds; light wear. Containing color slides, catalogues, etc. $1,200-1,800

34 131985/33 1 vol. (Braque, Georges.) Grohmann, Will; Tudal, Antoine; West, Rebecca. The Intimate Sketchbooks of G. Braque. New York: Harcourt, Brace, [1955]. Folio, orig pictorial bds; light edge wear, joints occasionally cracked, old cellotape repairs to joints, spine ends slightly chipped. Color & b/w illus throughout. Designed by Georges Braque. [American ed of Verve 31/32.] Internally clean. $400-600 35 138088/76 † 4 vols. Book, Graphic & Fine Arts: Cundall, Joseph. On Book Bindings Ancient and Modern. Philadelphia: Barrie, n.d. [ca 1900]. 8vo, contemp 3/4 morocco & marbled bds, gilt; minor edge wear, orig vellum wrappers preserved. Plates on vellum. Clean, untrimmed. * Caulfield, James. Calcographiana: The Printsellers Chronicle & Collector’s Guide ... Engraved British Portraits. London: 1814. 8vo, contemp calf, gilt, a.e.g.; scuffed, spine crudely repaired, front hinge broken. Frontis. [Bound with:] Calcographiana. 8vo, frontis. Scattered light foxing in both titles. #1/350, bound by C. Lewis. Bookplates & signature of Cornelius Paine. * Johnston, Elizabeth B. Original Portraits of Washington. Boston: J.R. Osgood, 1882. Lg 4to, orig gilt-pictorial brown cloth, a.e.g.; light to moderate edge wear. Plates, a few sprung. * Hart, Charles Henry; Biddle, Edward. Memoirs of the Life and Works of Jean Antoine Houdon. Philadelphia, 1911. #171/250. 4to, gilt-lettered cloth; moderate edge wear. Photogravure plates. Scattered foxing. All with bookplates on front pastedown. $200-300 36 138146/24 5 vols. Graphic Book Arts &c: Sadleir, Michael. Daumier, The Man and the Artist. London, 1924. #3/100, signed by the author. 4to, orig pigskin, t.e.g.; extremities scuffed. Plates. * Lacombe, Paul. Livres d’heures imprimes au XVe et au XVIe siecle ... Bibliotheques ... de Paris. Paris, 1907. 8vo, contemp 3/4 maroon morocco; extremities scuffed. * Les tres riches hueres de Catherine de Cleves. Paris, [1967]. #9/4000. 8vo, pub red morocco, gilt, slipcase. Color plates. * Richter, Gisela M.A. A Handbook of Greek Art. London: Phaidon, [1967]. 8vo, contemp gilt-paneled polished blue calf. Illus. * Macaulay, Thomas Babington. Ranke’s History of the Popes. London, 1851. Sm 8vo, late 19th-century 3/4 crushed maroon morocco, spine gilt; minor wear. 18 tipped-in plates added. $200-300 37 131985/38 1 vol. Calder, [Alexander]. Autobiographie. [Paris]: Maeght, (1972). 4to, orig black-lettered red cloth, d/j. With 3 double-page color lithos, color plates, text illus. Near fine, in slipcase. $200-300


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38 131985/42 1 vol (wrappers). (Chagall, Marc, illus.) Eluard, Paul. Le Dur Desir de Durer. Philadelphia: Grey Falcon Press, [1950]. #994/1500. 4to, orig pictorial wrappers, glassine. Color litho frontis by Chagall, other illus. Translated by Stephen Spender and Frances Cornford. Attractive copy. $400-600 39 132396/1 5 vols. (Chagall, Marc.) Mourlot, Fernand, et al. The Lithographs of Marc Chagall. New York or Boston, 1960, 1963, 1969, 1974, 1984. Vols 1-5 (of 6). 4to, orig cloth, d/j. With color litho covers + 24 orig color lithos by Chagall. illus throughout. Clean & bright, minor chipping to edges of vol 1 d/j. $3,000-5,000 40 131985/40 3 vols. Cramer, Gerald, at al. Henry Moore: Catalogue of the Graphic Work, 1931-1972, 1973-1975, 1980-1984. Geneva, 1973; 1976; 1986. Vols 1, 2 & 4 (of 4). Trade eds of vols 1 & 2; deluxe ed of vol 4, #71/75 (of 90) signed by Moore. 4to, orig cloth, d/js, slipcases for vols 2 & 4. Scattered shelf wear. Illus throughout, Vol 4 lacking the orig litho. $750-900 41 131985/34 1 vol. (Johns, Jasper.) (Museum of Modern Art, pub.) Castleman, Riva. Technics and Creativity. New York, 1971. 4to, orig color illus white wrappers; bottom fore-edge corner of front wrapper creased. In orig embossed white plastic clamshell case. With orig mutiple signed in pencil by Johns, color & plain plates. Catalogue raisonne. Minor dust smudging at upper corner of front clamshell cover. $350-450 42 131985/43 1 vol (wrappers). (Matta, Roberto, illus.) Breton, Andre, et al. Preliminaires sur Matta. [Paris, 1947]. 1st ed. Sm 4to, orig color pictorial staple-bound wrappers; slightly dusty, a few breaks to spine. Illus, incl orig color litho triptych, color plate, 3 plain illus. $400-600 43 132030/9 3 vols. (Miró, Joan.) Dupin, Jacques. Miró Engraver: 1928-1975. New York: Rizzoli, [1989-1992]. Vols 1-3. 4to, orig cloth, d/j. Color & b/w illus throughout. With 6 orig wood engravings (4 in color) by Miró + orig color d/j’s. Vols 2 & 3 in orig slipcases. Fine. $300-500

44 131985/37 2 vols. (Miro, Joan.) (Maeght, pub:) Pierre, Jose; Corredor-Matheos, Jose. Ceramiques de Miro et Artigas. [Paris, 1974.] 4to, orig white-lettered brown cloth, d/j. Color & b/w plates, incl catalogue complet. Near fine in slipcase. * Jouffroy, Alain; Teixidor, Joan. Miro Sculpture. [Paris, 1980.] 4to, orig whitelettered blue cloth; light wear, d/j (upper left portion of front panel chipped, minor edge wear). Color & b/w plates. Incl catalogue de l’oeuvre sculpte. $400-600 45 131215/16 1 vol. (Music.) Ives, Charles E. Essays Before A Sonata. New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1920. 1st ed. 12mo, orig maroon cloth, gilt-lettered spine; corners slightly bumped, spine ends & joints a little scuffed. Eugene Ormandy’s copy, with gift inscr from Roger [C. Dettmer] occupying most of the front paste-down. With Roger C. Dettmer’s bookplate & early ownership signature of the American writer Robert Underwood Johnson on front free endpaper recto. Sound copy, as issued without d/j. Author’s first book. $300-500 46 141069/19 1 vol. (Music - Bound Early 19th-Century American Engraved & Lithographic - Spanish Guitar.) Torp, Otto. Instruction Book for the Spanish Guitar. New York: E. Riley, n.d. [ca 1829]. Folio, contemp bds; worn & defective. 51 pp. Incl instructional litho of young woman playing the guitar. [Bound with:] Klemm, John G. A Selection of Songs Arranged for the Spanish Guitar. Philadelphia: John Klemman, n.d. [ca 1830]. 11pp. [Bound with:] Torp, Otto. New Music for the Spanish Guitar. New York: Charles G. Christman, n.d. [ca 1830s]. [Bound with:] (10) other works arranged for the guitar, primarily New York imprints, ca 1828-1835. Foxing & staining throughout. Sold with all faults. $120-180 47 131985/41 1 vol. (Picasso, Pablo, illus.) Salmon, Andre. Le Manuscrit trouve dans un chapeau. Paris: Societe Litteraire de France, 1919. #123/700 (of 750). Contemp 1/2 calf & marbled bds; joints & edges rubbed, orig front wrapper preserved. Illus. $600-900


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48 131985/36 1 vol. (Shahn, Ben, illus.) Berry, Wendell. November Twenty Six Nineteen Hundred Sixty Three. New York: G. Braziller, [1964]. Oblong 8vo, orig black-lettered white linen; light to occasionally moderate spotting. Signed by Shahn & Berry. With 12 full-page illus. Internally clean. Slipcase with paper label; slightly scuffed, minor chipping at foot & spine. $300-400 49 131642/25 1 vol. Sudek, Joseph. Foto Grafie. Prague, 1956. 1st ed. Sm 4to, orig black-stamped grey cloth; light wear, d/j (some creasing, repairs to verso at edges). WIth 232 full-page photogravure reproductions. Internally clean. $120-180 50 141132/2 1 vol (wrappers). Teige, Karl. Svet, ktery se smeje. Prague: Odeon, 1928. 1st ed. 8vo, orig pictorial wrappers; spine & edges occasionally chipped - small paper loss. With 7 plates, photo collage cover design by Tiege. Presentation copy signed, inscr & dated 1944 by Teige on half-title. $400-600 51 141204/3 1 vol. Venet, Bernar. Dessins, Drawings. [Paris]: Galerie Daniel Templon, [1990]. 4to, orig pictorial stiff wrappers. Plates. Presentation copy inscr, signed & embellished with an ink drawing by Venet. Near fine. $250-400 52 141069/20 5 vols. Wildenstein Collection Catalogues Raisonnes &c: Jamot, Paul; Wildenstein, Georges. Manet ... Catalogue Critique. Paris, [1932]. 2 vols. Sm folio, contemp 3/4 scarlet morocco & cloth, gilt; joints rubbed, some staining to corners, orig wrappers bound in. Plates. Largely unopened. * Doria, Le Comte, Arnauld. Gabrielle Capet ... Catalogue Critiques. Paris, [1934]. Sm folio, contemp 3/4 scarlet morocco, gilt; joints rubbed, orig wrappers bound in. Plates. Largely unopened. * Wildenstain, Georges. Chardin ... Catalogue Critiques. Paris, [1933]. Sm folio, contemp 3/4 scarlet morocco & cloth, gilt; joints rubbed, orig wrappers bound in. Plates. Largely unopened. * Wildenstein & Co., pub. Paul Gaugin ... A Retrospective Loan Exhibition ... March 20 to April 18, 1936. New York, [1936]. 4to, contemp 3/4 scarlet morocco & cloth, gilt; scuffed, orig wrappers bound in. Photo plates. $120-180

53 141044/11 1 vol. (Britto, Romero.) Young, Aaron; Taffet, Joel. Romero Britto. [Rochester: Nan Miller Gallery, 1994.] Deluxe ed. #523/750 signed by Britto & with orig color serigraph signed & numbered in pencil by Britto laid in with tissue guard. 4to, orig blue cloth, white-lettered spine, d/j. Color plates. Near fine, in orig linen slipcase (spine of case sunned). $500-800

ILLUSTRATED BOOKS Lots 54-91 54 131985/46 1 vol. (Barbier, Georges, illus.) Les plus belles heures d’amour de Casanova. Paris, 1923. #1052/1126. 4to, contemp 3/4 brown morocco & bds; occasionally slightly scuffed, orig wrappers bound in. With 22 wood-engraved illus (incl 7 plates) by Georges Aubert after Georges Barbier. In marbled slipcase; joints stressed. Internally clean. $400-600 55 131985/27 2 vols. (Barbier, Georges, illus.) Laclos, Pierre A.F. Choderlos de. Les Liasons dangereuses. Paris, [1934]. #245/650 (of 720). 4to, contemp 1/2 morocco & cloth; scuffed, extremities rubbed, orig color pictorial wrappers & spine panels bound in. With 20 color pochoir plates, color pochoir decoration & wrappers. Wrappers browned, front free endpaper of vol 2 dampstained at fore-edge. Internally clean. $1,400-1,800 56 131642/22 2 vols. (Beardsley, Aubrey, illus.) Malory, Sir Thomas. Le Morte d’Arthur. [London], 1893-1894. 1/1500. 4to, orig pub 3/4 blue morocco & cloth, gilt, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; joints & spines often rubbed. With 20 plates (incl double-page), text illus, decorated initials, &c. Slightly toned, light foxing to front matter. Bound from the orig 12 parts, orig wrappers preserved. 1st Beardsley ed. $500-800


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58 131772/3 2 vols. (Color Plates.) [Drummond, Henry.] Histories of Noble English Families. London: William Pickering, 1846. Folio, contemp full blind-stamped & ruled red morocco; front cover & spines faded, extremities scuffed. With 82 plates (41 handcolored), arms & pedigrees in text (many hand-colored). Scattered light to moderate foxing, very occasionally moderate to heavy. Leaf size, 27 x 14 in; 533 x 355mm. Ex-library, Ashmolean duplicate stamp on verso of title-pages. Sold with all faults. $1,000-1,500 59 138146/7 2 vols. (Color Plates.) (Egan, Pierce, imitation.) Real Life in London. London: 1821-1822. 1st book-form ed, 1st issue. 8vo, contemp foliate gilt-paneled diced calf, rebacked, green & russet morocco spine labels; extremities rubbed. With 32 hand-colored plates (incl vignette titles & frontises). Light foxing & minor spotting, occasional light offsetting. Tooley 198. $250-400

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57 132395/1 1 vol. (Color Plates.) Ackermann, Rudolph, pub. The History of the Colleges of Winchester, Eaton, and Westminster; with the CharterHouse, the Schools of St. Paul’s, Merchant Taylors, Harrow, and Rugby, and the Free-School of Christ’s Hospital. London, 1816. 4to, contemp full crimson morocco, gilt, a.e.g.; front cover detached but present, spine rubbed at ends & starting to detach. With 48 hand-colored aquatint plates; light to moderate offsetting on text. Some dampstaining to top third of back endpaper & blanks, some dampwrinkling to top third of Christ’s Hospital text & plates, light foxing to verso of frontis. Leaf size, 341 x 267mm. Bookplates of Horatio N. Pym & A. Edward Newton (the colored hobby rider) on front paste-down. Tooley 3, 2nd issue of Charterhouse plate, 3rd issue of Westminster School Room plate, 1st state of Winchester College from the Meadow plate. $1,500-2,500 See color illustrations on page 65

60 141017/8 1 vol. (Color Plates.) Ellet, Elizabeth F. The Charm, A Series of Elegant Colored Groups. Philadelphia: Carey and Heart, 1848. Folio, orig gilt foliate & floral decorated red silk, t.e.g., with onlaid gilt floral blue morocco discs; corners bumped, spine ends frayed, other light to moderate edge wear, a few chips to front joint. With additional color litho title & 6 color litho plates, tissue guards; the “Soiree” plate sprung & showing small close tear in margins. Ptd title & text a little toned. Leaf size, 14 5/8 x 10 3/4 in; 370 x 270mm. Bennett p 38, “The acme of marvelous Victorian workmanship and silly Victorian ‘art.’” $250-400 61 141044/12 1 vol. Cruikshank, George, illus. Points of Humor. London: C. Baldwyn, 1823-1824. 2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo, contemp gilt double-fillet paneled vellum, a.e.g., rough cut. With 10 etched plates & 12 woodcuts. Some offsetting, scattered light foxing. Lacking the advt (2pp) & “Retrospective Review.” Address (4pp) at front of vol 1. Later issue of part 1 - on white paper & with later state of plate 8, but likley a large paper copy, 9 x 5 1/4 in; 226 x 134mm, sheet size. See Cohn 176. $150-250


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62 141002/6 1 vol. (Cruikshank, George, illus.) [Barker, M.H.] Greenwich Hospital, A Series of Naval Sketches, Descriptive of the Life of a Man-of-War’s Man. By an Old Sailor. London: James Robins, 1826. 1st book-form ed. 4to, slightly later 19th-century 1/4 navy morocco & marbled bds, gilt, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges trimmed; corners bumped, joints & spine ends often rubbed. With 12 handcolored plates, 16 wood-engraved text illus. Light to moderate offsetting, scattered mostly light foxing to text, moderate foxing & marginal discoloration after title & front matter to p50. Plates genereally clean. Light foxing to endpapers. Tall copy in custom falldown green cloth box. Cohn 53. $250-400 63 138146/11 1 vol. (Cruikshank, George, illus.) [Combe, William, imitation.] The Life of Napoleon, A Hudibrastic Poem. London: T. Tegg, 1817. 2nd issue. 8vo, late 19th-century full gilt-paneled crushed green niger morocco, field of gilt Napoleonic bees on back cover, gilt bees & other Napoleonic emblems in spine compartments, gilt Napoleonic turn-ins, a.e.g., embossed deep rose silked doublures & endpapers, by Walters; spine faded to brown, very minor, very occasional scuffing to edges. With 30 hand-colored plates incl engraved title, tissue guards. Scattered light foxing. Tall (untrimmed?) copy in tight, bright bdg. Tooley 151; Cohn 153. $250-400 64 138146/12 4 vols. (Cruikshank, George, illus.) Ireland, W[illiam] H[enry]. The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. London: John Cumberland, 1828. 8vo, late 19th-century full gilt double-fillet paneled polished brown calf, gilt-decorated spine compartments, dark brown morocco spine labels; very minor wear. With 4 engraved titles + 27 fold plates (24 hand-colored). Scattered light foxing. Tooley 278, second (i.e. Cumberland) issue, with preface of xvi pp & chapter headings in lg type; see Cohn 345. $300-500 65 138146/8 3 vols. Cruikshank, George & Phiz, et al.: Wight, John. Mornings at Bow Street. London: Charles Baldwyn, 1824. 1st ed, 1st issue. Sm 8vo, late 19th-century gilt triple-fillet paneled full polished calf, richly gilt spine compartments, turn-ins gilt, a.e.g., by Root & Son; extremities slightly scuffed. With 21 plates. Complete with half-title & advt leaf (June 1, 1825). Internally generally clean. Tall, rough-trimmed copy. Bookplates on front

paste-down. Cohn 844. * [_ _]. _ _. More Mornings at Bow Street. L: James Robbins, 1827. 1st ed. Sm 8vo, bound as above, by Zaehnsdorf; occasionally slightly scuffed. With etched frontis, 8 wood-engraved plates, 16 vignettes. Light foxing & offsetting at front, internally generally clean. With half-title & list of illus, without tissue guards. Tall, rough-cut copy. Bookplates on front paste-down. C 845. * (“Phiz,” et al., illus.) Grant, James. Sketches in London. L: W.S. Orr, 1838. 1st ed. Tall 8vo, later 19th-century full gilt-paneled crushed green niger morocco, spine gilt, inner dentelles gilt; occasionally a little scuffed. With 24 etched plates, incl frontis & additional vignette title. Moderate offsetting & some foxing at front, scattered light foxing. Untrimmed. $120-180 66 141121/8 1 vol. (Cruikshank, Robert [Isaac], illus.) Coleridge, Samuel Taylor; Southey, Robert. The Devil’s Walk; a Poem. London: Alfred Miller, [1830]. 2nd ed. 12mo, early 20th-century gilt triple-fillet paneled full polished navy blue calf, richly gilt spine sompartments, inner dentelles gilt, by Riviere & Son; joints & corners often rubbed, front free endpaper detaching. With double suite of the wood-engraved plates (1 hand-colored, 1 plain). 1p advts. Internally generally clean. In later custom blue cloth-backed & marbled bd slipcase. $100-150 67 131985/44 1 vol. (Dignimont, illus.) Courteline, Georges. Le Train de 8 h. 47. Paris: Sylvain Sauvage, [1927]. 1/250 (of 320). 4to, contemp 3/4 blue morocco & bds, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., raised bands; occasionally slightly scuffed, orig color pictorial wrappers bound in. With 15 color etched plates + 4 in-text color etchings. Crisp & clean. $400-600 68 141132/1 1 vol. (Dignimont, Andre, illus.) Wilde, Oscar. Ballade de la geole de Reading. Paris, 1942. #1/3 deluxe d’artiste copies signed & numbered by Dignimont. 4to, orig red-lettered & black-decorated olive green wrappers, glassine; minor wear. With 43 illus in color, 7 hors text; watercolor suite of the illus, some signed; 35 orig ink drawings, 31 signed + 1 orig pencil drawing signed; orig pen & ink sketches for the illus + 4 orig signed watercolor & 1 signed ink drawing; 3 orig signed watercolor & pencil drawings; 6 hors text orig color drawings; b/w suite of the 6 chapter headings, 1 with watercolor; suite of the illus in b/w. Fresh & attractive, in worn & partly defective orig box. $2,500-3,500


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69 131985/28 1 vol. (Hirschfeld, Al, illus.) Saroyan, William. Harlem as Seen by Hirschfeld. New York: Hyperion, [1941]. #704 /1000. Folio, orig color pictorial white cloth; some dust smudging & relatively unobtrusive dampstaining to front cover, light to moderate edge wear. With 24 (mostly color) orig litho plates. Moderate foxing on half-title, dampstaining of approx 130mm extending from about 85mm above joint of front & bottom edge, occasionally touching fore-edge margin of plates & text, dampstain 5 x 80mm in extent at front matter just above bottom edge. $1,400-1,800 70 141008/1 1 vol. Hogarth, William. The Works. Londno: Baldwin and Cradock, n.d. [ca 1835-1837]. Biographical & explanatory text by John Nichols. Folio, contemp black morocco & marbled bds, spine gilt, a.e.g.; spine rubbed, joints crudely repaired. With 156 engraved plates on 117 sheets + the 2 suppressed plates mtd at back, tissue guards. Title repaired, a few repairs & light to moderate foxing to text, light to moderate foxing mostly to plate margins. From the original plates restored by James Heath. $800-1,200 71 131985/26 1 vol. (Laurencin, Marie, et al., illus.) D’Ariane a Zoe. Alphabet galant et sentimental. Paris, 1930. 1/20, out of series copy. 4to, orig cream wrappers, ptd in blue & red, glassine, chemise & slipcase. With 3 suites of the 26 lithos by Marie Laurencin, Mariette Lydis, et al. Loose as issued, plates & text clean & crisp, light scuffing & dust smudging to chemise & slipcase. $1,800-2,400 72 131985/32 1 vol (wrappers). (Lepape, Claude, illus.) Duhamel, Georges. Images de notre delivrance. Paris: Pavois, 1944. #432/962 (of 1,112). 4to, orig light tan wrappers ptd in red & blue; light creasing at corners, glassine. With hand-colored & plain copper engravings. Light creasing at upper fore-edge corners. Loose as issued. $300-350

73 131985/45 1 vol (wrappers). (Lepape, Claude, illus.) Ayme, Marcel. Travelingue. Paris: Gallimard, 1945. #XVI/XXVI on velin de rives. 4to, orig lettered orange-brown wrappers; some light stress along spine panel. Etched illus in text. Untrimmed. In slightly worn slipcase. $400-600 74 131985/47 1 vol. Mason, Andre. Anatomy of My Universe. New York: Curt Valentin, 1943. 1st ed. #43/300 (of 330) initialed by Mason. 4to, orig olive cloth; spine & edges starting to fade, light edge wear. Illus. Ptd dedication to Dr. Jacques Marie Lacan. $400-600 75 131985/31 1 vol. (Mucha, Alphonse, illus.) France, Anatole. Clio. [Paris]: Calmann Levy, 1900. 8vo, contemp purple polished calf, gilt green morocco spine label, by Morely Bros.; scuffed, extremities rubbed, head & spine pulling away & chipping. Full page & text color illus by Mucha. Light creasing at top fore-edge corner. Slipcase. $500-800 76 141099/1 1 vol. (Neiman, LeRoy, illus.) Melville, Herman. Moby Dick, or The Whale. N.p.: Artist’s Limited Editiom, 1975. Preface by Jacques-Yves Cousteau. #777/1500 signed by Neiman & Cousteau. Folio, orig gilt pictorial full brown morocco, gilt-lettered spine, raised bands. With orig color serigraph frontis & color plates by Neiman. Near fine/fine, in orig white linen & brown morocco slipcase. Also with orig packing case. $400-700 76A 141183/12 20 vols (wrappers.) (Pochoir Color Plates.) Gazette du Bon Ton, Art-Modes & Frivolites.Paris: Librairie Centrale des Beaux-Arts, 1912-1915; 19201923. Vol 1, nos. 1, 2, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12; vol 2, nos. 2-6, 8 & 9; vol 3, nos. 1, 4, 5; vol 4, nos. 5, 6, 10; vol 5, no. 6; vol 6, no. 1. 4to, orig ptd wrappers; several detached spines for wrappers of vol 2, no. 5 & vol 3, no 4 lacking - bdg of those issues broken. With 195 color pochoir plates. Internally generally clean & crisp. $3,000-5,000 See color illustration on page 66 and detail on inside back cover


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77 138146/36 1 vol. (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Walton, Izaak. The Complete Angler. London: G.C. Harrap, [1931]. #153/775, signed by Arthur Rackham. 4to, orig gilt-paneled & lettered vellum, gilt-pictorial & lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; slightly scuffed, small shallow blister on front cover, bottom of back cover just affected by damp. With 12 mtd color plates, lettered tissue guards, 25 b/w illus, pictorial endpapers. Minor foxing & creasing to back & front matter. Partly unopened. 1st Rackham ed. Latimore & Haskell p66. $250-400

79 138146/33 1 vol. (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Milton, John. Comus. London: W. Heinemann, [1921]. #51/550, signed by Arthur Rackham. 4to, orig 1/4 vellum & giltpictorial & lettered bds, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; corners moderately bumped, other occasional light edge wear, some dusty discoloration to bds. With 24 mtd color plates, lettered tissue guards, 37 b/w illus, pictorial endpapers. Scattered minor internal wear - some creasing & spotting to front free endpapers, offsetting on front pub leaf. 1st Rackham edition. Latimore & Haskell pp54/55. $300-500

78 138146/37 1 vol. (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Walton, Izaak. The Complete Angler. London: G.C. Harrap, [1931]. #643/775, signed by Arthur Rackham. 4to, orig gilt-paneled & lettered vellum, gilt-pictorial & lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; occasionally slightly scuffed. With 12 mtd color plates, lettered tissue guards, 25 b/w illus, pictorial endpapers; very minor foxing to endpapers. 1st Rackham ed. Latimore & Haskell p66. $300-500

80 138146/30 1 vol. (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Le Mote-Fauque, Friedrich H.C. Undine. London: W. Heinemann, 1909. #420/1000, signed by Arthur Rackham. 4to, orig gilt-pictorial & lettered full vellum, yellow silk ties, gilt-pictorial spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; scattered mostly light spotting to covers, ties in excellent state of preservation. With 15 mtd color plates, lettered tissue guards; minor offsetting on title edges & limitation leaf. Bookplate of H.C. Drayton on front paste-down. 1st Rackham edition. Latimore & Haskell p35. $400-600


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81 138146/29 1 vol. (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Le Mote-Fauque, Friedrich H.C. Undine. London: W. Heinemann, 1909. #391/1000, signed by Arthur Rackham. 4to, later gilt-paneled forest green crushed niger morocco, inner gilt panels with gilt-foliate corners, richly gilt spine compartments, richly gilt foliate turn-ins, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, raised bands, by Bayntun; very minor wear. With 15 mtd color plates, lettered tissue guards, 30 b/w illus. Minor spotting to title margins & limitation leaf. Tall copy in bright bdg. 1st Rackham edition. Latimore & Haskell p35. $500-800 See also color illustration on page 65

84 138146/28 1 vol. (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Wonder Book. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1922]. #128/600, signed by Arthur Rackham. 4to, slightly later gilt triplefillet paneled full blue crushed niger morocco, richly gilt floral spine compartments, a.e.g., gilt-ruled turn-ins, raised bands; very occasionally, very slightly scuffed. With 24 color plates (16 mtd), lettered tissue guards, 20 b/w illus. Very minor spotting to limitation sheet. The orig pictorial endpapers replaced by the binder’s marbled endpapers. Good margins (rough-trimmed?). Bright bdg. 1st Rackham edition. Latimore & Haskell p55. $600-900

82 138146/32 1 vol. (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Goldsmith, Oliver. The Vicar of Wakefield. London: G.G. Harrap, [1929]. #413/775, signed by Arthur Rackham. 4to, orig gilt-pictorial vellum & lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; occasional, mostly light edge wear. With 12 color plates, 22 b/w illus, pictorial endpapers. Attractive copy. 1st Rackham edition. Latimore & Haskell p65. $400-700 See illustration on page 15 and also color illustration on page 65

85 138146/31 1 vol. (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Grahame, Kenneth. The Wind in the Willows. London: Methuen, 1951. #207/500. 4to, orig vellum, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; a little scuffed. With 12 mtd color plates. Bright copy in repaired slipcase. Special edition issued to celebrate the 100th edition of this title. $600-900 See illustration on page 15

83 138146/35 2 vols. (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Wagner, Richard. [The Ring of the Niblung:] The Rhinegold & the Valkyrie. London: W. Heinemann, 1910. #511/1150, 34 mtd color plates, lettered tissue guards. * Siegfried & the Twilight of the Gods. London: W. Heinemann, 1911. #41/1150, 30 mtd color plates, lettered tissue guards. Both signed on limitation page by Arthur Rackham. Both 4to, orig gilt-pictorial vellum, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, yellow silk ties; both moderately scuffed, corners bumped. Light to moderate foxing to front & back matter, occasional light offsetting. 1st Rackham ed. Latimore & Haskell pp37/38. $500-800 See illustration on page 15

86 138146/34 1 vol. (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Shakespeare, William. The Tempest. London: Heinemann, [1926]. #446/520. 4to, orig vellum-backed gilt-pictorial cream bds, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; scattered scuffing to bds, 2 small blisters on back bd, corners slightly bumped. With 21 mtd color plates, lettered tissue guards. Minor discoloration to endpapers. Internally bright & clean. 1st Rackham ed. Latimore & Haskell pp61/62. $600-900 See illustration on page 15 87 138146/27 1 vol. (Rackham, Arthur, illus). Aesop. Fables. London: W. Heinemann, 1912. #64/1450, signed by Arthur Rackham. 4to, slightly later gilt triplefillet full burgundy crushed levant morocco, gilt emblematic spine compartments, gilt-ruled turn-ins, a.e.g., raised bands; very minor wear. With 12 mtd color plates, lettered tissue guards, 53 b/w illus; some light offsetting from mount sheets. Wide margins (roughtrimmed?), bright bdg. 1st Rackham edition. Latimore & Haskell pp38/39. $800-1,200


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88 138146/4 1 vol. (Rowlandson, Thomas, illus.) [Combe, William.] The History of Johnny Quae Genus. London: R. Ackermann, 1822. 1st book-form ed. 8vo, 20th-century gilt quadruple-fillet paneled full blue-green crushed levant morocco, richly gilt spine compartments, a.e.g., inner dentelles gilt, raised bands, by Riviere & Son; corners very slightly bumped, very minor wear at top of joints. With 24 hand-colored plates. Scattered light foxing, light to occasionally moderate offsetting. Untrimmed. Lacking slip to reader. Attractive in bright craft bdg. Tooley 413. $200-300 89 138146/3 1 vol. (Rowlandson, Thomas, illus.) [Ackermann, R., pub.] Poetical Sketches of Scarborough. London, 1813. 1st ed. 8vo, 20th-century gilt triple-fillet paneled full burgundy crushed niger morocco, richly gilt floral spine compartments, a.e.g., inner dentelles gilt, raised bands, by Riviere & Son; very minor wear. With 21 hand-colored aquatint plates by Thomas Rowlandson after J. Green. Scattered light foxing, light to moderate offsetting, a few text quires a little toned, but tall (untrimmed?), attractive copy in bright craft bdg. $250-400 90 138146/6 1 vol. (Rowlandson, Thomas, illus.) [Combe, William.] The Dance of Life. London: R. Ackermann, 1817. 1st book-form ed. 8vo, late 19th-century gilt triple-fillet paneled full polished tan calf, spine compartments richlky gilt, a.e.g., turn-ins gilt, brown morocco spine labels, by Hatchards; occasionally scuffed, corners bumped. With engraved title + 25 hand-colored aquatint plates. Tall, rough-trimmed, internally clean copy. Tooley 410. $250-400 91 138146/5 3 vols. (Rowlandson, Thomas, illus.) [Combe, William.] The English Dance of Death * Dance of Life. London: R. Ackermann, 1815-1817. 1st book-form eds. 8vo, later 19th-century gilt-paneled full polished mustard brown calf, spine compartments richly gilt, a.e.g., burgundy & brown morocco spine labels, by Henry Young; occasionally a little rubbed, corners of Life bumped. With 2 vignette titles + 98 handcolored aquatint plates. Scattered light foxing, light to occasionally moderate offsetting. Tall (untrimmed?), internally clean set. Tooley 410-411. $800-1,200

CHILDREN’S BOOKS Lots 92-114 92 131993/12 3 vols. (Ashmead, Henry B., printer, pub.) The Illustrated Book of Natural History. Philadelphia, [1858]. Parts 1-3 (of 4). Lg 4to, orig gilt-lettered & pictorial cloth; occasionally scuffed, spine ends rubbed. With 24 color plates. Light offsetting on text, otherwise internally clean. Lacking the reptiles vol. $100-150 93 141017/2 1 vol. Barnum, P.T.; Burke, Sarah J. P.T. Barnum’s Circus. New York: White & Allen, 1888. 4to, orig cloth-backed color pictorial bds; corners bumped, other moderate edge wear. Full-page chromolitho illus, full-page & in-text tinted & b/w litho illus. Some marginal dust smudging. $200-300 94 131919/9 1 vol. (Bein, Julius, litho.) Stephens, H.L., illus. A Frog He Would & Wooing Go. [New York: Hurd & Houghton, 1864.] 1/100 proof copies ptd for subscribers, “European Edition.” 4to, orig gilt-pictorial brown cloth, a.e.g.; corners bumped, occasionally scuffed. With tinted litho title + 15 mtd litho plates on heavy paper sheets, tissue guards. Scattered marginal light foxing & dust smudging, heavy offsetting on 1 plate. $500-800 95 131919/2 2 vols. Kipling, Rudyard. (The Jungle Books:) The Jungle Book. London: Macmillan, 1894. 1st ed. 8vo, orig giltpictorial blue cloth, gilt-lettered and pictorial spine, a.e.g.; corners slightly bumped, occasional light edge wear, occasionally a little scuffed, very slightly cocked. Hinges likely repaired. Illus by J.L. Kipling, et al., frontis, full-page & text illus. Scattered minor spotting. * The Second Jungle Book. L: Macmillan, 1895. 1st ed. 8vo, orig giltpictorial blue cloth, gilt-lettered & pictorial spine, a.e.g.; corners slightly bumped, spine ends slightly frayed, other light wear. Illus by J.L. Kipling. Scattered light to occasionally moderate foxing. Livingston 104 & 116. $500-800


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97 138177/2 1 vol. Milne, A.A. Toad of Toad Hall.... London: Methuen, [1929]. #144/200, signed by Milne & Grahame. Sm 4to, orig 1/4 blue blue cloth & cream bds, paper front cover label; corners slightly bumped, other light edge wear, d/j (head & foot of spine chipped away - loss of top half of lettering for “Toad” at head & Methuen lettered imprint at foot, corners just chipped, some close chipping at edges, panel joints scuffed but intact). Internally clean, unopened. $1,500-2,200 98 141069/1 1 vol. (Sendak, Maurice, illus.) Eidinoff, Dr. Maxwell Leigh. Atomics for the Millions. New York: Whittlesey House, [1947]. 1st ed, 1st issue. Orig red & gold stamped blue cloth; light edge wear, d/j (upper corners & top of spine panel chipped away, 3 x 2 in chip at center of bottom back panel - loss of lettering & text, no loss od lettering to spine panel or top of front & back panels). With all 1st issue points & $3.50 price on front & back d/j flaps. Internally clean & crisp. Sendak’s first book. Hanrahan A1. $300-500 See also color illustration on page 66

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96 131919/10 1 vol. (Leech, John, illus.) Leigh, Percival. Jack the Giant Killer. London: Wm S. Orr, [1843]. Sm 8vo, orig pictorial color decorated bds; edges worn, some creasing, rebacked, orig endpapers. With frontis, 11 tinted woodengraved plates, 7 text illus. 4pp advts at back. Some dampstaining to advts & back endpaper. $100-150

99 141069/2 1 vol. (Sendak, Maurice, illus.) Ayme, Marcel. The Wonderful Farm. New York: Harper, [1951]. 1st ed. 8vo, orig red cloth; minor wear, d/j (very slightly toned). Illus. Internally clean. Near fine. All 1st issue points. Sendak’s first illustrated work for children. Hanrahan A2. $200-300 See color illustration on page 66 100 141069/3 1 vol. (Sendak, Maurice, illus.) Garvey, Robert. Good Shabbos, Everybody. N.p.: United Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education, [1951]. 1st (& only) ed. 4to, orig color pictorial bds; occasionally scuffed, corners just bumped, a few sall chips at head & foor of spine, 1st “o” in “good” on front cover a little abraded. Color & b/w illus throughout. Institutional ink ownership stamp on front free endpaper recto. Sound, attractive copy. Hanrahan A3. $250-400


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101 141069/6 3 vols. (Sendak, Maurice, illus.) Keeshan, Robert. She Loves Me ... She Loves Me Not. New York: Harper & Row [1963]. 1st ed. 24mo, orig color pictorial cream cloth; light wear, d/j (very top of spine panel chipped, scattered light spotting). Color illus. With all 1st issue points. VG/VG+. Hanrahan A53. * Vogel, Amos. How Little Lori Visited Times Square. New York: Harper & Row, [1963]. 1st ed. Oblong 12mo, orig color pictorial bds, d/j. Color illus. With all 1st issue points. Near fine. H A57. * Wahl, John. Pleasant Fieldmouse. New York: Harper & Row, [1964]. 1st ed. 4to, orig color pictorial two-tone cloth, d/j. illus. WIth all 1st issue points. Near fine. H A62. $100-150 102 141069/9 1 vol. Sendak, Maurice. Till Vildingarnas Land. Stockholm: Albert Bonniers, 1967. Oblong, 4to, orig laminated color pictorial bds; corners bumped, slightly dusty. Color illus. Signed by Sendak & embellished with his ink drawing of a “wild thing” on half-title. $200-300 See also color illustration on page 67

102A 132372/1 3 pieces. Sendak, Maurice. Color Pictorial Autograph Cards Signed. Ca 1985. Each 1p, with integral leaf & image from “Where the Wild Things Are” on verso. 2 signed in full, 1 signed “Maurice,” with 1 envelope addressed in ink by Sendak (1 slightly toned, the other clean & bright). $800-1,200 103 141069/4 1 vol. Sendak, Maurice. In the Night Kitchen. [New York]: Harper & Row, [1970]. 1st ed. 4to, orig white linen with circular color pictorial label; minor wear, d/j; occasionally scuffed at joints & edges. Color illus throughout. Signed on front free endpaper recto by Sendak. With all 1st issue d/j points - $4.95 price, 1070 code on front flap, 7 titles on back flap, but also with silver Caldecott Honor Book medal on front panel. Attractive copy. $120-180


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104 132372/10 2 vols. Sendak, Maurice, illus. Presentation Copies Embellished With Original Drawings: Sendak, Maurice. Chicken Soup with Rice. New York, et al.: Scholastic Book Service, [1971]. 4th ptg. 12mo, orig pictorial wrappers. Color illus. Internally browned & starting to become brittle, small chip at head of half-title. Presentation copy signed, inscr & dated “April 76” by Sendak on half-title, embellished with ink drawing of Max in chef’s hat. * Minarik, Else H. Little Bear. New York: Harper & Brother, 1957. Later ptg. 8vo, orig color pictorial bds; light wear. Color illus. Presentation copy signed, inscr & dated “Dec 61” by Sendak on front free endpaper recto, embellished with ink drawing of a bear cub dancing on two feet. $200-300 104A 141140/1 Lot. Sendak, Maurice. [Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm.] [The Juniper Tree and Other Tales from Grimm.] [New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1973.] [Deluxe Edition, 1/500.] Portfolio of 27 plates & pictorial wrappers only. Presentation copy signed, inscr & dated Apr 19, 2001 by Sendak on front panel of wrapper. With orig pen & ink drawing of a wolf inscr by Sendak, Rihya Royal Hotel note sheet inserted. $200-300 105 141069/11 1 portfolio. Sendak, Maurice. Pictures by Maurice Sendak. [New York]: Harper & Row, 1971. 1/500 with a reproduction signed by Sendak. Folio fold-down box, cloth & bds, paper label; light wear, very slightly dusty. Loose as issued in 9 folders + text, holding 20 prints. Hanrahan A78. $300-500 106 141069/13 2 vols (1 wrapper). (Sendak, Maurice, illus.) Hoffman, E.T.A. Nutcracker. New York: Crown, [1984]. 4to, orig cloth, d/j. Salesman’s dummy, with non-consecutive representational color illus & blank pages. Near fine/Fine. * The publisher’s uncorrected proof copy of the preceding. Orig color pictorial wrappers. $80-120

107 141069/12 1 vol. (Sendak, Maurice, illus.) Hoffman, E.T.A. Nutcracker. New York: Crown, [1984]. 1st ed. #169/250 signed by Sendak, with orig litho signed & numbered in pencil inserted. 4to, orig silver-lettered charcoal gray linen. Color illus. In orig silver-lettered charcoal gray slipcase (occasionally slightly scuffed). $500-800 108 141069/5 7 vols. Sendak, Maurice, illus: Dejong, Meindert. Hurry Home, Candy. New York: Harper & Brothers, [1953]. 1st ed. 8vo, orig green cloth; light edge wear, d/j (some chipping primarily at spine ends & corners, edges darkened). Illus. Some discoloration to endpaper gutters. All 1st issue d/j points. VG. Hanrahan A6. * _ _. Shadrach. New York: Harper & Brothers, [1953]. 1st ed. 8vo, orig brown cloth; light wear, d/j (chip to lower front panel corner, occasionally scuffed, price clipped). Illus. All 1st issue points, but price clipped. H A7. * _ _. The Little Cow and the Turtle. New York: Harper & Brothers, [1955]. 8vo, orig yellow-stamped pictorial green cloth; minor wear, d/j (minor wear). Illus. All 1st issue points. NF. H A17. * Krauss, Ruth. A Very Special House. New York: Harper & Brothers, [1953]. 1st ed. 16mo, orig color pictorial bds; light wear, slightly scuffed, d/j (rubbed at joints, a few small abrasions). Color illus. All 1st issue points. VG. H A18. * _ _. I Want to Paint My Bathroom Blue. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1956. 1st “Library Edition.” Black-stamped pictorial orange cloth; light edge wear, d/j (minor edge wear). Color illus. Early owner’s ink gift presentation on front free endpaper recto. With all 1st “Library Edition” points. NF-. H A22. * _ _. Open House for Butterflies. [New York]: Harper & Brothers, [1960]. 1st ed. 16mo, orig pictorial bds; slightly scuffed, d/j (light edge wear). Illus. All 1st issue points. VG+. H A39. $120-180 109 141069/8 10 vols. Sendak, Maurice, illus: Sendak, Maurice.Where the Wild Things Are. [New York]: Harper & Row, [1963]. Oblong, 4to, orig color pictorial bds; light wear, d/j (some darkening & chipping, price clipped). Illus. With mixed 1st issue & later points. See Hanrahan A58. * Sendak, Maurice. Lullabies and Night Songs. New York: Harper & Row, [1965]. 1st ed. Folio, orig gilt-lettered blue cloth, d/j (slightly toned). Illus. With all 1st issue points. H A63. * Another copy of the preceding. Orig cloth, d/j (chipped at edges). * Joslin, Sesyle. Qu’est-ce qu’on dit, mon petit? New York: Young Scott, 1966. Oblong, 8vo, orig color pictorial cream cloth; light wear, d/j (dampwrinkled, price clipped). Color illus. 1st Am ed in French. See H A32. * Margolis, Matthew. Some Swell Pup. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 1976. 1st ed, sq 8vo,


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orig cloth; d/j (minor creasing at edges). Color illus. H A97. * Corsaro, Frank. The Love for Three Oranges. London: Bodley Head, [1984]. 1st ed. 4to, orig pictorial cloth; light wear, slightly bowed. Color illus. With glassine wrapper & Bodley Head label. H A117. * Lanes, Selma G. The Art of Maurice Sendak. New York: Abrans, [1980]. 4to, orig color pictorial cloth; light to moderate edge wear. Color plates, hinges slightly stressed. * Sendak, Maurice. Outside Over There. [New York: Harper & Row, 1981.] 1st ed. 4to, orig cloth, d/j (minor spotting). Color illus. Some spotting to front matter. H A110. * Posters By Maurice Sendak. New York: Harmony Books, [1986]. 1st ed. folio, orig cloth, d/j. Color plates. * Hanrahan, Joyce Y. Works of Maurice Sendak. Saco, ME, 2001. 8vo, orig cloth, d/j. Illus. Minor wear. $120-180 110 141069/14 5 vols. Sendak, Maurice, illus. Signed Limited Editions: Singer, Isaac Baskevis. Zlatek the Goat and Other Stories. [New York]: Harper & Row, [1966]. 1st ed. #272/500 signed by Singer & Sendak. 8vo, orig linen, paper cover label, t.e.g., gilt-lettered spine; spine sunned, other light to moderate wear. Plates. Moderate spotting to limitation leaf. In orig slipcase (worn & affected by damp). Hanrahan A 66a. * Grimm Brothers. The Juniper Tree. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, [1973]. 1st ed. #160/500 signed by the translator, Lone Segal, & Sendak. 2 vols, sq 8vo, orig brown cloth, gilt, t.e.g., d/js. Plates. In orig slipcase (moderately worn & slightly dusty), also holding extra loose set of the plates in blue cloth fall-down box. Vols tight & bright, some edge wear to cloth box, a few of the plates from the extra suite a little foxed. [The ltd ed issued in 1974.] H 83. * Aulnoy, Marie Catherine de la Mothe, Comtesse d’. Fortunia. New York: F. Hallman, [1974]. #266/300 signed by the translator, Richard Schaubeck, & Sendak. 8vo, orig sewn blue wrappers; minor wear. Plates. H A87. * Corsaro, Frank. The Love for Three Oranges. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 1984. 1st Am ed. #144/200 signed by Corsaro & Sendak. 4to, orig orange cloth, gilt-lettered spine, pictorial cover label; some scattered light spotting to front cover. Color illus. In orig pictorial slipcase (minor wear). H A118. $200-300 111 141069/7 14 vols. Sendak, Maurice, illus: Ritchie, Jean. Singing Family of the Cumberlands. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1955. 1st ed. 8vo, orig cloth; light wear, d/j (upper gutter corner of front panel torn away - with loss to lettering). Illus. Discoloration on 1st content p. Hanrahan A20. * Minarik, Else H. Little Bear. New York: Harper & Brothers, [1957]. 1st ed. 8vo, orig color pictorial bds; light edge wear, d/j (minor edge wear). Color illus. With all 1st issue points - $2.50 blacked out, $1.95 stamp, 1st I Can Read book. H A26. * Brentano, Clemens. Schoolmaster Whackwell’s Wonderful Sons. New York: Random House, 1962. 1st ed.

8vo, orig cloth & bds; light edge wear, slightly dusty, d/j (minor chipping at edges, slightly dusty, faint dampstain on front panel). Illus. With all 1st issue points. H A48. * Graves, Robert. The Green Book. N.p.: Crowell-Collier, [1962]. 1st ed. 4to, orig pictorial cloth; scuffed & dusty. Illus. A H50. * “Nutshell Library.” New York: Harper & Row, 1962. 4 vols, 3 3/4 x 2 1/1 in; 95 x 65mm, orig pink cloth, 3 (of 4) d/js (Alligator’s All Around lacking d/j), orig pictorial box; moderate wear. Illus. Presumed 1st ed, in pink cloth, but without price label. H A51. * Hecktor Protector and As I Went Over the Water. New York: Harper & Row, 1965. $200-300 112 141069/10 Lot. Sendak, Maurice. Chap Press Books, Pamphlets &c: (Sendak, Maurice, illus.)Notes from 69 Bank Street, Children ... Here and Now. [New York: The Associates of the Bank Street College of Education, [1956]. 4to, orig pictorial self wrapper. Slightly toned. * Sendak, Maurice. Ten Little Rabbits, A Counting Book. [Philadelphia: Rosenbach, 1970.] 3 1/2 x 2 3/4 in; 90 x 65mm, orig marbled wrappers, illus label. Color illus. Very slightly dusty. Hanrahan A76. * Library of Congress. Questions to an Artist Who Is Also an Author: A Conversation between Maurice Sendak & Virginia Haviland. Washington, 1972. 4to, orig pictorial self wrappers; slightly toned. Offprint, quarterly journal of the Library of Congress, v 28, no 4. * (Sendak, Maurice, illus.) Aulnoy, Marie Catherine de la Mothe, Comtesse d’. Fortunia. New York: F. Hallman, [1974]. Translated by Richard Schaubeck, #141/300 signed by Sendak & Schaubeck. 8vo, orig sewn blue wrappers. Illus. Slightly sunned. * #220/300 of the preceding. Orig wrappers, minor internal spotting. H A87. * Sendak, Maurice. Seven Little Monsters. New York: Harper & Row, [1975]. 1st Am ed. Oblong 12mo, orig color pictorial wrappers. Color illus. H A100. * “The University of Southern Mississippi Medallion, Maurice Sendak 1981 Recipient.” Medal & ptd sheet. $300-500 113 132372/11 Lot. Sendak, Maurice. Signed Material: (Publisher’s Promotional Piece.) Harper Collins. Stories & Pictures by Maurice Sendak. Color fold promotional piece, ca 1970. 12mo, color self wrappers. Signed by Sendak. * In the Night Kitchen Coloring Book. [New York]: Harper & Row, [1970]. 4to, orig color pictorial stiff wrappers, with $1.95 price label; light wear. Illus. Presentation copy signed & inscr on half-title by Sendak. * (Sendak, Maurice, illus.) MacDonald, George. The Light Princess. New York: Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, [1977]. 2nd ed, 1st ptg. 12mo, orig cloth, d/j. Illus. Near fine copy signed & inscr by Sendak on front free endpaper recto. * (Sendak, Maurice, illus.) Kushner, Tony. Brundibar. N.p.: Michael Di Capua Books, [2003]. 1st ed. Oblong 4to, orig cloth, d/j. Color illus. Near fine. With t-shirt featuring color panel from this work, signed by Sendak. $300-500


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114 141069/14A Lot. Sendak, Maurice. Ephemera &c: File of periodical literature, catalogues & ephemera, relating to Sendak. Incl periodical literature with covers & other illus, inserts & other material by Sendak; articles about him; museum, gallery & dealer catalogues; (6) posters; large format calendars & other ephemera. Also incl newspaper review section & clipping. Several hundred pieces. $100-200 114A 141002/11 Lot. (Wizard of Oz Board Game.) “The Wonderful Game of Oz.� Salem, MA: Parker Bros., 1922. Complete boxed game with folding chromolitho game bd, [8]pp rules booklet with pictorial wrappers, wooden dice cup, six wooden die, four pewter figurines representing Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man & the Cowardly Lion as playing pieces in orig blue cardboard box & orig lavender supports. All in orig blue cardboard box with pictorial chromolitho cover label; corners of box starting to split, but bright & intact. The 1st issue, with pewter figurines. $800-1,200 See also color detail illustration on inside front cover

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PRIVATE PRESS Lots 115-126 115 131215/15 1 vol. Joyce, James. Tales Told of Shem and Shaun. Paris: Black Sun Press, 1929. #476/500 (of 650). 4to, orig cream wrappers ptd in red & black; minor edge wear, very minor occasional spotting, orig glassine for most of back wrapper & black flaps present. Portrait crisp & clean. $250-400 116 OWNED/718 5 vols + 3 pieces. (Leonard Baskin & The Gehenna Press): Baskin, Leonard. To Colour Thought. New Haven, 1967. #9/10. 8vo, orig full orange niger morocco, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., slipcase. Color frontis, plates. 1/10 bound for Yale University Library. Near fine, slightly edge-worn slipcase. * Another copy of the preceding title. #299/300. 8vo, morocco-backed bds, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., slipcase. Presentation copy signed by Leonard Baskin, et al. on front free endpaper recto. Near fine. * Flosculi Sententiarum. Northampton, 1967. #13/50 (of 300), signed by Leonard Baskin. 4to, orig full mustard crushed levant morocco, gilt; minor wear. Orig moroccobacked cloth fall-down box; spine of box occasionally rubbed. * Another copy of the preceding title. #95/250 (of 300). 4to, orig vellum-backed marbled bds; minor wear. Presentation copy, signed & inscr at foot of limitation page by Leonard Baskin. * Held, Julius S. Rembrandt and The Book of Tobit. Northampton, 1964. 1/1000, outof-series copy. 4to, orig cloth; slightly scuffed. Plates. * The Encouragers of The Art of Printing. Northampton, 1966. Folio, orig stiff wrappers. Near fine. (3) copies. $200-300 117 131642/20 7 vols. Limited Editions Club of New York - American & British Authors: James, Henry. Washington Square. 1971. Illus by Lawrence Beall Smith. #1483/1500, signed by the illustrator. 4to, orig morocco & cloth, glassine, slipcase, paper label; light wear. * Bradbury, Ray. The Martian Chronicles. 1974. Illus by Joseph Mugnaini. #1263/2000, signed by Bradbury & Mugnaini. 4to, orig cloth, slipcase; light wear, corners of slipcase rubbed. * Fitzgerald, F. Scott. The Great Gatsby. 1980. Illus by Fred Meyer. #1287/2000, signed by the illustrator. 4to, orig cloth, glassine, slipcase; light wear. * _ _. Tender is the Night. 1982. Illus by Fred Meyer. Out-of-series copy/2000, signed by the illustrator. 4to, orig cloth, slipcase; light wear. * O’Neill, Eugene. The Iceman Cometh. 1982. Illus & with litho by Leonard Baskin. #1399/2000, signed by Baskin. Tall 8vo, orig bds, paper label, slipcase; light wear. * Sasson, Siegfried. Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man. 1977. Illus by Paul Hogarth. #1399/1600, signed by the illustrator. 4to, orig morocco & cloth, glassine, slipcase; light wear. * _ _. Memoirs of an Infantry Officer. 1981. Illus by Paul Hogarth. #1399/2000, signed by the illustrator. 4to, orig cloth, glassine, slipcase; light wear. Glassine in all above may be chipped. $300-500

118 131642/18 1 vol. (Limited Editions Club of New York.) Carroll, Lewis. [Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge.] Through the Looking-Glass. 1935. Illus by John Tenniel. #34/1500 signed by Alice Hargreaves. 8vo, later gilt-pictorial full green crushed morocco, gilt-lettered spine, a.e.g.; light edge wear, tops of covers darkened. $250-400 119 131921/2 1 vol. (Limited Editions Club of New York.) Carroll, Lewis. [Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge.] Through the Looking-Glass. 1935. #1054/1500; 1 /1150 signed by Alice Hargreaves. 8vo, orig richly gilt blue morocco; head of spine rubbed away - loss of head band, foot & spine rubbed, other minor edge wear. Orig brick red slipcase; light edge wear. $400-600 120 131642/19 8 vols. Limited Editions Club of New York - Continental, German & French Authors: Man, Thomas. The Magic Mountain. 1962. Illus by Felix Hoffman. #30/1500, signed by the illustrator. 2 vols. 4to, orig cloth & bds, spine labels, slipcase; light wear, some edge wear, 1 joint repaired, another starting. Bookplate. * _ _. Death in Venice. 1972. Illus by Felix Hoffmann. #333/1500, signed by the illustrator. 4to, orig morocco & marbled bds; light wear, slipcase (joints & extremities scuffed). * Rilke, Ranier Maria. Selected Poems. 1981. Illus by Robert Kipniss. #1399/2000, signed by the illustrator. 8vo, orig cloth & bds, glassine, slipcase; light wear. * _ _. The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge. 1982. #437/800. 4to, orig vellum, slipcase; minor wear. * Brecht, Bertolt. The Threepenny Opera. 1982. Illus & with orig litho by Jack Levine. #172/2000, signed by the illustrator & Eric Bently. 4to, orig cloth, glassine, slipcase; light wear. * #1399/2000 of the preceding, glassine, slipcase, etc.; light wear. * Colette. Break of Day. 1983. Illus by Francoise Gilot. #1399/2000, signed by the illustrator. 4to, orig cloth, slipcase; light wear. $150-250 121 141044/16 1 vol. (Limited Editions Club of New York.) Milosz, Czeslaw. The Captive Mind. 1983. Illus by Janusz Kapusta. #1459/1500 signed by Milosz & Kapusta. 4to, orig gray linen. Near fine, in orig slipcase. $80-120


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122 141116/6 1 vol. (Limited Editions Club of New York.) Nietzsche, Friedrich. Thus Spake Zarathustra. 1964. Decorated by Arnold Bank. #175/1500. 4to, orig vellum-backed blue bds, glassine, slipcase. Occasional small chips to glassine. Near fine+. $80-120 123 131985/35 1 vol. (Limited Editions Club of New York.) Williams, Tennesse. A Streetcar Named Desire. 1982. Illus by Al Hirschfeld. # 1538/2000. Sm folio, orig morocco-backed color pictorial linen, slipcase; minor dust smudging at corners of slipcase. $250-350 124 141044/13 3 vols. Occult & Curiosa - Private Press: Spence, Dermot Chesson. Little Red Shoes and Other Tales of the Odd and Unseen. [London]: Ghost Story Press, 1995. #37/350. 8vo, orig black-stamped pictorial red cloth, d/j. Frontis & portrait. Near fine. * Stenbock, Count Stanislaus Eric. Studies of Death. [London]: Durtro Press, 1996. #235/300. Sm sq 8vo, orig black-stamped pictorial white linen, top edge stained green; minor edge wear. Frontis & portrait. * Edwards, Amelia B. The Phantom Coach, Collected Ghost Stories. Ashcroft, British Columbia: Ash-Tree Press, 1999. 1st ed. 1/500. 8vo, orig black cloth, d/j. Portrait & plate. Near fine. All titles with bookplate of Frank Michael Halpern on front free endpaper. $200-300 125 138146/14 4 vols. Private Press: (Nonesuch Press.) (Blake, William, illus.) [Milton, John.] Poems in English. London, 1926. 1/1450. 2 vols. 8vo, orig 1/4 vellum & bds, gilt-lettered spines; light to moderate edge wear, some spotting & darkening to spines. Plates. Internally clean. * (Trianon Press.) Blake, William. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. [London, 1960.] #212/240 (of 526). Folio, orig 1/2 green crushed levant morocco & bds, giltlettered spine, slipcase; minor wear, edges & corners of slipcase worn. With 27 color plates. * (Fanfrolico Press.) [Lindsay, Jack, trans.] Catullus Caius Valerius. The Complete Poetry. London, [1929]. #196 of ltd. 8vo, orig terra-cotta crushed morocco; occasionally scuffed, corners a little bumped. Illus by Lionel Ellis. Untrimmed, internally generally clean. $120-180

126 141121/13 4 vols (1 wrapper). Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror: Keller, David H. The Final War. Portland: Perri Press, 1949. 8vo, orig red wrappers; slightly creased. With 10 mtd illus cards. Staple bound, wrappers detached. Internally clean & crisp. * _ _. The Homunculus. Philadelphia: Prime Press, 1949. HB(?) of 112 copies signed by Keller. 8vo, orig green cloth; light wear, slipcase (light edgewear). Untrimmed. Additionally signed & inscr on dedication page by Keller. Certificate of copyright registration claim form for this title filled in by Keller laid in. Bright copy. * _ _. The Lady Decides. Philadelphia: Prime Press, 1950. #270/350 (of 400) signed by Keller. 8vo, orig brown cloth & marbled bds, slipcase. Unopened. Near fine. * Mullen, Stanley. Moonfoam and Sorceries. Denver: Gorgon Press, 1948. Illus by Roy Hunt. #7/1000 signed by Mullen & Hunt. 8vo, orig blue-black cloth; light wear. Additionally inscr to David H. Keller by Mullen on limitation page. Cellotape residue on endpapers, but attractive copy. $300-500

FINE BINDINGS Lots 127-145 127 132582/5 6 vols. Blumenthal, George & Florence. Catalogue of the Collection of ... Paris: Albert Levy, 1926-1930. 1/200. Folio, orig gilt triple-fillet paneled purple-brown morocco, gilt spine compartments, inner dentelles gilt, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, raised bands; edges occasionally scuffed, other occasional scuffing, spine ends & corners often rubbed, raised bands often rubbed, spine of vol 5 starting to split & separate. With portrait & 380 photogravure plates. Light to moderate offsetting, light to occasionally moderate foxing, very occasional dampstaining at fore-edges of vol 2 (at front) & vol 3 (at back). Vols 1 & 3, #13/200; vols 2,4 & 6, #8/200; vol 5 # 12/200. $800-1,200 128 138146/25 2 vols. (The Club of Odd Volumes:) Saint-Amand, Imbert de. The Women of the Court of Louis XV. Boston, 1892. #4/150. Color frontis, 4 Goupil photogravure plates, “extra illus” with approx 60 engraved & other plates. * _ _. The Last Years of Louis XV. Boston, 1893. #4/150. Color frontis, 4 Goupil photogravure plates, “extra illus” with approx 100 engraved & other plates. Both 4to, uniform richly gilt full scarlet crushed niger morocco, a.e.g., spines richly gilt, turn-ins gilt, raised bands. Bright & attractive. $150-250


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129 138146/16 1 vol. (Cosway Binding.) (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Dickens, Charles. A Christmas Carol. London: W. Heinemann, [1915]. 1st Rackham trade ed. 8vo, mid-20th-century gilt-paneled full crimson crushed levant morocco, gilt holy motif corner & spine panel decorations, a.e.g., gilt quintuple-fillet turn-ins, raised bands, light green silked doublures & endpapers, ivory miniature of Dickens as a young man sunk in center of front cover with gilt oval border ornaments, by Bayntun-Riviere. With 12 color plates, lettered tissue guards. Bright & attractive in custom cloth case. $800-1,200 See color illustration on page 67

133 138146/21 5 vols. Fine Leather Bindings - Primarily English Poets: Herrick, Robert. The Poems. London: Oxford Univ Press, 1965. * _ _. The Poetical Works. L, etc.: Oxford Univ Press, [1947]. * Milton, John. The Poetical Works. L: Oxford Univ Press, 1966. * Tennyson, [Alfred, Lord]. Poems & Plays. L: Oxford Univ Press, 1965. * Thomas a Kempis, Saint. The Imitation of Christ. L: Chapman & Hall, [ca 1950]. All 8vo, or 12mo, all full polished calf, a.e.g., inner dentelles gilt, by Bayntun-Riviere (the Milton & the 1965 Herrick with gilt single-fillet panels, Kempis & Tennyson in green, the others in red). Bright, attractive bdgs. $250-400

130 141044/1 3 vols. Dennistoun, James. Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino,... Arms, Arts and Literature of Italy,... 1440 to 1630. London, 1851. 1st ed. 8vo, contemp 3/4 brown morocco, gilt & marbled bds, giltlettered & ruled spines, t.e.g., raised bands; corners bumped, joints & spine ends scuffed. With 46 plates & full-page illus, incl steelengraved portraits & views, color map, facs, etc., many fold. Internally generally clean. $150-250

134 138146/22 7 vols. Fine Leather Bidings - English & Continental Literature &c: Blake, [William]. Complete Writings. London: Oxford Univ Press, [1966]. * Browning, Robert. Poetical Works. L: Oxford Univ Press, [1967]. * Byron, Lord. The Poetical Works. L, etc.: Oxford Univ Press, [1960]. * Donne, [John]. Poetical Works. L, etc.: Oxford Univ Press, [1967]. * Swift, [Jonathan]. Travels ... by Lemuel Gulliver. L: Macmillan, 1894. Illus by Charles E. Brocks. * Holbein, Hans. The Dance of Death. L: G. Bell, 1892. 1/500. Intro by Austin Dobson. Plates. * Raspe, R.E. Singular ... Adventures of Baron Munchausen. L: Cresset Press, 1948. Illus by Leslie Wood. All 8vo or 12mo, all mid20th-century calf, double gilt fillet panels, spines gilt, a.e.g., inner dentelles gilt, morocco spine labels, by Bayntun-Riviere. Scattered minor scuffing, but bright, attractive bdgs. $300-500 See color illustration on page 67

131 138146/20 3 vols. Fine Leather Bindings: Carroll, Lewis. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. London, etc.: Macmillan, 1968. 12mo, contemp gilt pictorial polished dark blue morocco, gilt spine emblems, a.e.g., gilt dentelles. Illus. * (Rackham, Arthur, illus.) Grahame, Kenneth. The Wind in the Willows. London, [1968]. 8vo, contemp gilt-pictorial, gilt-paneled polished calf, gilt spine emblems, a.e.g., gilt floral dentelles, green & blue morocco spine labels, by Bayntun-Riviere. Color plates. * Shakespeare, William. The Sonnets. Oxford: Shakespeare Head Press, 1947. 12mo, contemp gilt-paneled full polished green calf, gilt floral spine emblems, a.e.g., gilt floral dentelles, by Bayntun-Riviere. All bright, attractive bdgs; minor internal spotting to Alice. $250-400 132 138146/23 9 vols. Fine Leather Bindings - English & American Poets - Mid-20thCentury Imprints: Includes 6 Oxford Standard authors in publisher’s polished morocco, gilt: Browning, Keats, Milton, Shelly, Tennyson, Wordsworth. Also: New Oxford Books of American & English verse in publisher’s morocco, gilt. Also: Dickinson, Emily, The Complete Poems, Boston, [1960] in 3/4 blue crushed morocco, gilt. All 8vo, all Oxford titles in orig slipcases. Very minor wear. $200-300

135 138146/19 7 vols. Leather Bindings - British 19th- & 20th-Century Imprints: (Leech, John, illus.) A’Beckett, Gilbert Abbott. The Comic History of England. [London], 1847-1848. 1st ed in book form. 2 vols. 8vo, later 3/4 scarlet morocco, gilt, gilt floral spine compartments, a.e.g., raised bands; occasionally slightly scuffed. With 20 hand-colored plates, wood-engravings in text. Scattered light foxing. Complete with half-titles ptd in red. Tooley 295. * (_ _.) _ _. The Comic History of Rome. London, [after 1851]. 8vo, late 19th-century 3/4 rose morocco & marbled bds, spine gilt, t.e.g., raised bands; occasionally slightly scuffed. With 10 hand-colored plates, wood-engraved illus in text. Internally generally clean. Tooley298, late issue. * Burke, Thomas. English Night-Life. London: Batsford, [1941]. 1st ed. 8vo, contemp 3/4 rose crushed levant morocco & cloth, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., raised bands, by Bayntun; minor wear. Color frontis, plates. Bright. * Thornbury, Walter. Haunted London. London, 1880. 2 vols. Contemp 3/4 rose calf, spine gilt, t.e.g; occasionally scuffed. Plates, extra-illus. Scattered light foxing. * Demmin, Auguste. An Illustrated History of Armour. London, 1877. 12mo, 20th-century 3/4 brick red crushed levant morocco, gilt spine devices, a.e.g., raised bands, by Bayntun-Riviere. Illus. Bright bdg. $300-500 See color illustration on page 68


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136 138146/26 8 vols. Leather Bindings - French Subjects: Hanotaux, Gabriel. Histoire de Cardinal de Richelieu. Paris, 1896, 1899. 2 vols. Tall 8vo, contemp blue crushed morocco & marbled bds, gilt, spines gilt, t.e.g., raised bands; extremities often scuffed. Illus. * Nolhac, Pierre de. Marie Antoinette. London, 1905. Sq 8vo, contemp 3/4 maroon crushed morocco & cloth, gilt, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g.; corners & joints often a little rubbed. * Billard, Max. The Marriage Venturer of Marie-Louise. London, 1910. 8vo, slightly later rose crushed morocco & cloth, gilt spine emblems, t.e.g., raised bands, by Bayntun; minor wear. Plates. * Hassall, Arthur. The Life of Napoleon. London, [1911]. 8vo, slightly later 3/4 crushed rose morocco & cloth, gilt spine emblems, t.e.g., raised bands, by Bayntun; light wear. Plates. * Wolf, John B. Louis XIV. New York, [1968]. 8vo, contemp 3/4 navy blue morocco, gilt, spine gilt, t.e.g., raised bands; light wear. Sold as bdg lot only. $120-180 137 141121/6 2 vols. (Fore-Edge Paintings.) (Hogarth, William.) Ireland, John. Hogarth Illustrated. London, 1793. “Second Edition, corrected.” 8vo, contemp straight-grained morocco, gilt, turn-ins gilt; scuffed, corners & joints often rubbed. With 90 engraved plates, incl frontis & additional vignette titles. Occasional internal dampstaining, some foxing & dust smudging, occasional ink underscoring. With 2 fore-edge paintings: Foundling Hospital & St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. $200-300 138 141121/1 1 vol. (Fore-Edge Painting.) Moore, Thomas. Poetry and Pictures from. London: Longman, Brown, 1858. 4to, contemp gilt triple-paneled full green morocco, richly gilt spine compartments, inner dentelles gilt, t.e.g., raised bands, marbled endpapers; corners, joints, spine ends & raised bands often rubbed. Wood-engraved illus throughout. Internally clean. With fore-edge painting of [Irish] country lane. $200-300 139 138146/13 3 vols. Hamilton, Anthony. Memoirs of Count Grummont. London, 1809. Sm 8vo, later 19th-century full polished tree calf, gilt, gilt spine compartments, a.e.g., turn-ins gilt, red & green morocco spine labels; spine ends & corners scuffed, top end of vol 1 spine end just rubbed away at center, but headband intact. With 40 engraved plates. Scattered light foxing, some offsetting. Good margins. Tight, bright bdg. $100-150

140 131933/16 1 vol. [Morgan, J. Pierpont.] Catalogue des porcelaines francaises. Paris, 1910. #12/150. 4to, gilt double-fillet paneled richly gilt foliate full scarlet morocco, richly gilt foliate spine compartments, turn-ins richly gilt, t.e.g., other edges rough-trimmed, raised bands, silked endpapers; joints rubbed, corners just bumped, in orig cloth slipcase (some wear & spotting). With 50 color litho plates, lettered tissue guards, double suite of frontis & terminal plate (1 example on vellum). $300-500 141 141196/4 2 vol. (Morgan, J.P., collection of.) Bode, Wilhelm. Bronzes of the Renaissance and Subsequent Periods. Paris, 1910. #112/150. Lg folio, orig 3/4 crushed brown morocco, gilt, giltpaneled spines, t.e.g., raised bands; occasionally slightly scuffed, small blister at foot of front joint of vol 2. 152 plates & illus in text. Bottom internal third of vol 1 dampstained. $500-800 142 138146/18 1 vol. (Onlaid Pictorial Binding.) Shakespeare, William. The Merchant of Venice. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [ca 1910]. Illus by James D. Linton. #131/500, signed by the illustrator. 4to, mid-20th-century gilt double-fillet paneled full blue crushed levant morocco, with onlaid color leather figure of Shylock in center of front cover within inner geometrically elaborate gilt double-fillet inner panel, gilt-lettered & geometrically decorated spine compartments, a.e.g., turn-ins gilt, light blue silked doublures & free endpapers, by Bayntun-Riviere; extremely minor wear. With 36 mtd color plates, lettered tissue guards. Bright, in custom blue cloth slipcase. $500-800 See color illustration on page 68 143 131812/49 1 vol. (Painted Onlaid Binding.) Leaflets of Memory. New York: Leavitt & Allen, [1856]. 4to, contemp floral & foliate hand-painted laquered bds with mother of pearl onlays, publisher’s orig brown morocco, gilt-lettered spine; head & spine rubbed away. Steel-engraved plates. Scattered light to moderate foxing, a little cocked. Lacquered bdg in good to excellent state of preservation. $100-150


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144 131919/1 22 vols. Prescott, William. Works. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, [1904]. Montezuma Edition, 1/1000. 8vo, orig 3/4 purple-brown morocco & bds, gilt, gilt-lettered & emblematic spines, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; occasional minor edge wear. Photogravure frontises. Bright, attractive set, partly unopened. $600-900 145 138146/17 1 vol. (Zaehnsdorf Binding.) Tristram, W.O. Coaching Days and Coaching Ways. London: Macmillan, 1888. 4to, 20th-century full gilt extra brick red crushed niger morocco with gilt coaching motifs in corners, front & back covers & spine compartments, a.e.g., turn-ins gilt, raised bands, red silked doublures & free endpapers, by Zaehnsdorf; very minor scuffing at heads of joints. Illus by Herbert Railton & Hugh Thomson. Bright, in custom red morocco-edged cloth slipcase (some wear). $400-600 See color illustration on page 68

LITERATURE & POETRY Lots 146-158 146 121088/79 2 vols. Alfred Lord Tennyson: [Tennyson, Alfred & Charles.] Poems by Two Brothers. London: for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, and J. & J. Jackson, 1827. 1st ed, large paper copy. 8vo, orig drab bds, fragment of paper label; most of spine rubbed away, front cover detached. With errata. Untrimmed, internally generally clean & crisp, one signature slightly dusty. In custom fall-down brown cloth box. Tennyson’s first book. Wise 1. * [Tennyson, Alfred.] [Timbuctoo] Prolusiones academicae ... Cambridge: John Smith, [1829]. 8vo, later 19th-century gilt-paneled green morocco, a.e.g., spine gilt, inner dentelles gilt; joints & corners rubbed. Complete, 41pp, with 2 Greek poems by C.R. Kennedy & 2 Latin poems by L. Merivale. 1st issue, with “comes” on p10. Internally crisp & clean. W 3. $800-1,200 147 121088/73 5 vols + 1 piece. British Poetry: (Fitzgerald, Edward, trans.) Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam and the Salaman and Absal of Jami. London: B. Quartich, 1879. “Fourth Edition.” Sm 4to, orig Roxburgh bds, 1/2 morocco & dark red cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; occasionally scuffed, spine ends just rubbed, corners just bumped, front hinge just starting to crack.

Frontis. Complete with half-title. Scattered minor spotting. The final form of Fitzgerald’s Rubaiyat. * Thomson, James. The City of Dreadful Night. London: Reeves and Turner, 1880. 1st ed. 8vo, orig blue-green cloth, spine gilt, untrimmed; light edge wear. Lacking errata. Light spotting to half-title & front matter. Related clippings on back endpaper. * [Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen.] The Love Sonnets of Proteus. London, 1881. 1st ed. 12mo, orig gilt-lettered color decorated cream cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; scattered dust soiling & dampstaining. Frontis. Some offsetting. * _ _. Invinculis. London, 1889. 1st ed. 12mo, orig gilt-lettered green floral cream cloth, t.e.g., edges untrimmed, glassine. Author’s presentation on front free endpaper. * _ _. A New Pilgrimage. London, 1889. #33/50 l.p. copies. 8vo, orig wrappers; darkened, front wrapper chipped & detaching. * Masefield, John. Typescript signed. “August, 1914.” 2pp on 4to sheets. Minor wear. $120-180 148 121088/82 1 vol. [Bronte, Charlotte.] Bell, Currer. Shirley. A Tale. New York: Harper, 1850. 1st American ed. 12mo, orig brown cloth; scuffed, corners bumped, slightly cocked. 4pp advts. Moderate foxing to title, front & back matter. $100-150 149 141002/1 3 vols. [Bronte, Charlotte.] Bell, Currer. Shirley: A Tale. London: Smith, Elder, 1849. 1st ed. 8vo, blind-stamped claret ribbed cloth, edges untrimmed; slightly to moderately cocked, vol 1 rebacked, orig spine laid down, the gilt “S” of Shirley on spine of vol 1 chipped away. Scattered light internal foxing, occasional light internal creasing. Orig endpapers present. With 16pp pub cat at back of vol 1 dated Oct 1849, 3pp advts at back of vol 3. Sandlier 348. $800-1,200 150 121088/80 1 vol. Browning, Robert. Strafford: an Historical Tragedy. London: Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longhorn, 1837. 1st ed. 8vo, orig drab wrapper, front wrapper paper label; some edge wear, portions of spine worn away. Internally generally crisp & clean. Untrimmed. In custom fall-down green morocco box. Browning’s 3rd book, 1st stage play. Wise 3. $250-400


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Charles MacVeagh, 1860-1931, American lawyer & diplomat, US Ambassador to Japan. $2,500-4,000 152 141131/3 1 vol. Dickens, Charles. A Christmas Carol. London: Chapman & Hall, 1843. 1st ed, 2nd issue. Sm 8vo, orig russet-brown cloth, gilt, spine gilt, a.e.g.; corners & spine ends very slightly worn, very slightly cocked. With 4 hand-colored plates by John Leech + 4 woodcuts in text, tissue guards. Very occasional light foxing to front matter, small dampstains on verso of half-title & frontis, light vertical crease to front free endpaper, half-title & frontis. With 2pp advts at back. Leather bookplate of Frank J. Hogan on paste-down. In custom 1/2 morocco & cloth clipcase & cloth chemise. Eckel; Saddeir 684, with red & blue title, yellow endpapers, Stave I chapter heading, uncorrected text & blue half-title. $2,500-4,000 See also color illustration on page 69

152 151 132503/1 28 vols. (S.T. Coleridge Association.) Coleridge, S[amuel] T[aylor]. [Works:] The Literary Remains. London: William Pickering, 1836-1839. 1st ed. 4 vols, tall 8vo. * Specimens of the Table Talk of ... Coleridge. L: John Murray, 1835. 1st ed. 2 vols, sm 8vo. Frontispieces. * Poetical Works of S.T. Coleridge. L: W.P., 1840. 3 vols, sm 8vo. * Aids to Reflection. L: W.P., 1843. 5th ed, enlarged. 2 vols, sm 8vo. * The Friend . L: W.P., 1844. 4th ed, revised. 3 vols, sm 8vo. * Biographia Literaria. L: W.P., 1847. 2nd ed (1st thus). 2 vols in 3, sm 8vo. * Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit. L: W.P., 1849. 1st ed thus. Sm 8vo. * Notes and Lectures upon Shakespeare. L: W.P., 1849. 1st ed thus. 2vols, sm 8vo. * Essays on His Own Time. L: W.P., 1850. 1st ed. 3 vols, sm 8vo. * On the Constitution of the Church and State. L: Edward Moxon, 1852. 4th ed. Sm 8vo. * Lay Sermons. L: E.M., 1852. 3rd ed (1st thus). Sm 8vo. * Notes on English Divines. L: E.M., 1853. 1st ed thus. 2 vols, sm 8vo. * Notes, Theological, Political, and Miscellaneous. L: E.M., 1853. 1st ed thus. Sm 8vo. All bound in contemp or near contemp 3/4 green morocco & marbled bds, raised bands, t.e.g., other edges rough trimmed; edges & joints slightly to moderately scuffed, spines faded to brown. Scattered light internal foxing. Constituting a complete works of Coleridge, edited in turn by his son-in-law Henry Nelson Coleridge, his only daughter Sara Coleridge & wife of his cousin Henry Nelson Coleridge, and his 3rd son Derwent Coleridge. Head of title-page of vol 1, The Literary Remains, bears the dated “Feb 1849” ownership signature of Sara Coleridge (apparently noting these as a presentation from her husband). Also with the dated “June 16, 1887” ownership signature of Charles & Fanny MacVeagh on most half-titles.

153 121088/85 1 vol. Hogg, James. The Jacobite Relics of Scotland;... the Songs, Airs, and Legends, of the Adherents to the House of Stuart. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, London: T. Caldwell & W. Davies, 1819. 1st ed, 1st series. 8vo, orig green cloth, paper spine label; corners slightly bumped, occasional chipping to joints, orig ptd paper spine label. Contents include ptd music. Clean, crisp & unopened in likley remainder bdg ca 1830. The 2nd series was issued in 1821. $100-150 154 141121/11 1 vol. [Lamb, Charles & Mary.] Mrs. Leicester’s School. London: for M.J. Goodwin, 1809. 2nd ed. 12mo, later 19th-century full green crushed morocco, giltlettered spine, inner dentelles gilt, a.e.g. (rough cut), raised bands, by Alfred Matthews; occasionally scuffed, corners bumped, joints & hinges repaired, front free endpaper detached. Engraved frontis. Internally clean, a few words on title just abraded, light offsetting on title, last leaf starting to detach & darkened at edges. 1p advts. Gumuchian 3601. $120-180 155 121088/70 1 vol. Lanier, Sidney. Poems. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1877. 1st ed. 12mo, orig gilt-lettered terracotta cloth, edges untrimmed; corners very slightly bumped, spine ends slightly worn. Internally clean, minor creasing to front free endpaper. Early (1879) pencil ownship signature on front free endpaper recto. 1st bdg state with cicular blind-stamped device on back cover. Tight, bright copy of Lanier’s first book of poems. BAL 11249, bdg state A. $150-250


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156 141069/17 2 vols. [Swift, Jonathan.] (Gulliver’s Travels.) “Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World.” London: Benjamin Motte, 1727-1728. 1st ed of vol 1, “Second Edition Corrected” of vol 2. 8vo, contemp paneled calf, red morocco spine labels; joints & corners heavily rubbed. Lacking frontis portrait, with 6 maps & plans. Scattered minor spotting, discoloration at edges of vol 1 title, signatures sprung, early owner’s signature at head of vol 2 title. In uniform early bdg. Teerink 291, state B; 293. $1,000-1,500 157 141069/15 2 vols. Verne, Jules. Around the World in Eighty Days. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, [1873]. 8vo, orig black-stamped & gilt pictorial green cloth, gilt pictorial spine; light edge wear, spine ends slightly frayed, top & front hinge chipped. With 12 plates (incl frontis), full-page illus. Gift inscr dated “Christmas 1876” on verso of frontis, small pencil scrawl on frontis tissue guard. xvi, (1)315 (5)pp + 32pp pub cat. With black-stamped figure of Phileus Fogg on front cover, gilt figure of Chinese man holding umbrella on spine. Bright copy. Myers 54. * Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, n.d. [ca 1876-77]. 8vo, orig black-stamped pictorial green

cloth, gilt pictorial spine; corners a little bumped, spine ends just frayed, joints scuffed. With 12 plates (incl frontis). Front hinge broken, casing coming loose. With ownership inscr dated “Christmas 1877” on front blank. x, (1)-303pp. Shaken but bright. See M 56, giving pub date as 1880s. $200-300 158 141113/1 1 vol. Wordsworth, W[illiam]; [Coleridge, Samuel Taylor.] Lyrical Ballads, With Other Poems. Philadelphia: James Humphreys for Joseph Groff, 1802. 1st Am ed. 2 vols in 1. 12mo, contemp or slightly later stiff marbled wrappers. Light to occasionally moderate foxing throughout, foreedge corners of title & content leaf in vol 1 worn away - no loss of ptg, title of vol 1 darkened & repaired in gutter, some dampstaining in bottom gutter of vol 1 pp82-85, impression from botanical specimens on many pp in vol 1 between pp1-50. Early ownership signatures of James & Jacie Townsend at head & title, a few letters in vol 1 imprint abraded. Bookseller’s pencil annotations of Norman Kane on verso of front wrapper. Leaf size, 165 x 94mm. Complete. Variant imprint of the 1st Am ed, “for Joseph Groff” on titles of vol 1 & 2. Vol 1 p96 misnumbered “78,” vol 2 p96 misnumbered “57.” Healey 15. $500-800


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MODERN FIRSTS Lots 159-175 159 121088/72 5 vols. American 20th-Century Poets - Including First Books of Verse: Cummings, E.E. Tulips and Chimenys. New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1923. 1st ed. Sq 8vo, orig beige buckram-backed purple bds; bottom & fore-edge untrimmed, paper spine label; corners a little bumped, occasional minor edge wear, edges of label a little chipped - just touching a few letters. Eary owner’s signature on front free endpaper recto. Cummings 1st book of poetry. Firmage A3a. * _ _. XLI Poems. New York: Dial, 1925. 1st ed. 8vo, orig blue cloth, gold cover label, edges untrimmed; light edge wear. Endpapers slightly toned, internally clean. F A5a. * Ransom, John Crowe. Poems About God. New York: Henry Holt, 1919. 1st ed. 8vo, orig bds, paper labels, edges untrimmed; very minor edge wear. Tight, bright copy. Author’s 1st book. * _ _. Chills and Fevers. New York: Knopf, 1924. 1st ed. 8vo, orig color patterned bds, paper spine label; lightly scuffed, d/j (price clipped, small tears). * _ _. Two Gentleman in Bonds. New York: Knopf, 1927. 1st ed. 8vo, orig bds, paper spine label, corners bumped, other light wear. $200-300 160 131919/8 1 vol. Gorey, Edward. The Listing Attic. New York: Buell, Sloan and Pearce, [1954]. 1st ed. 12mo, orig yellow, black & white stamped green pictorial bds; very minor edge wear, d/j (minor creasing, a few small chips at edges, perhaps slightly toned). Illus. Attractive copy of Gorey’s 2nd book. VG+/NF-. Toledano A21. $120-180 161 131642/21 1 vol. Hemingway, Ernest. The Torrents of Spring. New York: Scribner’s, 1926. 1st ed. 12mo, orig red-stamped & lettered dark green cloth, top edge trimmed, bottom & fore-edge untrimmed; spine ends & corners slightly frayed, very slightly cocked, top edge a little dusty. Faint ink library stamp on front paste-down. Tight, attractive copy. Hanneman A4a. $300-500

162 131215/17 1 vol. Huxley, Aldous. Music at Night. New York: Fountain Press, 1931. 1st ed, #46/842 signed by Huxley. Orig black cloth-backed marbled bds, paper spine label; corners just bumped, other minor wear. Tight, bright copy, lacking slipcase. $100-150 163 141192/73 1 vol. Joyce, James. Ulysses. London: John Lane, [1936]. #1000/1000 (900 unsigned + 100 signed). 4to, orig gilt pictorial green cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; slightly cocked, occasionally a little scuffed, spine faded, light edge wear. 1st ed ptd in England, 1/900 of the unsigned issue. Slocum & Cahoon A23. $500-800 164 141044/3 1 vol. Kafka, Franz. The Trial. New York: Alfred Knopf, 1937. 1st Am ed. 12mo, orig black- & blue-stamped orange cloth; slightly cocked, very slightly dusty, minor edge wear, head of spine just sunned, minor dampwrinkling to covers, d/j (top 2 inches of spine gone, upper gutter corners gone - with loss of left arm of letter “T” in Trial on front panel, some minor chipping & small paper loss at joints & edges, some staining to back panel), gutters of endpapers discolored, some toning & spotting to endpapers, occasional spotting on fore-edge. $500-800 165 131919/3 1 vol. Malcolm X.; [Haley, Alex]. The Autobiography of Malcolm X. New York: Grove, [1965]. 1st ed. 1st ptg. 8vo, orig black cloth; minor edge wear, d/j (some minor chipping & a few short close tears at edges). Photo plates. VG+/NF. $500-800 166 131215/14 1 vol. McMurtry, Larry. Horseman, Pass By. New York: Harper, [1961]. 1st ed, 1st ptg. 8vo, orig mustard cloth & black bds; light wear, corners just bumped, d/j (moderate edge wear, occasional small chipping, minor scattered dust soiling, a few edge areas just affected by damp stress & possible repairs to front joint). Minor discoloration to endpapers. Author’s first book. $250-400


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167 121088/71 1 vol. Melville, Herman. Poems, Containing Battle-Pieces, John Marr and Other Sailors, Timoleon and Miscellaneous Poems. London, etc: Constable, 1924. 1st ed, [1/750]. 8vo, orig blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; very minor edge wear. Issued as vol 16 of The Standard Edition of the Works of Herman Melville. 1st ed of Melville’s collected poems, first book form appearance of “Miscellaneous Poems,” “At the Hostelry.” Bright, tight copy. BAL 13683. $150-250 168 121088/83 Lot. Modernist Literature - Primarily American & British Imprints Periodical Literature, Chapbooks, &c: Including “The Ariel Poems” series, nos 1-3, 6, 8-13, 17-18, 22, 24, 28, 36, 37 + 8 new series titles (near fine in orig envelopes). * Poetry. A Magazine of Verse. 1928-1937, 15 assorted nos. * The Chapbook:... Miscellany. 1920-1925, 6 assorted nos. * The Dial. July & Nov, 1924. * The Criterion. Jan, 1933. $100-150 169 131215/13 1 vol. Percy, Walker. The Moviegoer. New York: Knopf, 1961. 1st ed, 1st ptg. 8vo, orig red cloth-backed pictorial bds; light edge wear, d/j (minor edge wear). Near fine. Author’s first book. $400-700 170 141131/2 1 vol. Powys, John Cowper. A Glastonbury Romance. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1932. 1st ed. #28/204 signed by Powys. 8vo, orig 1/2 pigskin & blue bds, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; minor wear, spine a trifle desiccated. Small glue residue on endpapers. In orig slipcase (occasional light edge wear). $150-250 171 141044/2 1 vol. Saint-Exupery, Antoine de. (Advance Copy.) Wind, Sand and Stars. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, [1939]. 1st Am ed advance copy. 8vo, orig cloth & bds; slightly scuffed, light edge wear, corners bumped. Discoloration to front matter gutter. The translator, Lewis Galantiere’s copy. With typed letter signed from the publisher, Curtis Hitcock, on Reynal & Hitchcock letterhead, May 1939. Also signed, “Lewis” [Galantiere] on front free endpaper recto, ink ms dedication to the book’s subject on its dedication page, “Terre de Hommes de’d to H. Guillaumet.” $300-500

172 132341/1 Lot. Saki [Hector H. Munro]: The Rise of the Russian Empire. London: Grant Richards, 1900. 1st ed. 8vo, orig olive green cloth, gilt, gilt-lettered spine; moderately scuffed, corners bumped. Upper fore-edge corners of front matter creased, endpapers slightly discolored. Author’s 1st book. * The Westminster Alice. L: Westminster Gazette, 1902. 1st ed. Sm 4to, orig pictorial red cloth; light edge wear, occasionally moderately scuffed. Small old cellotape wound on front free endpaper. * Reginald in Russia. L: Methuen, [1910]. 1st ed. Sm 8vo, orig blue cloth, giltlettered spine; joints & corners scuffed, slightly cocked. Light foxing to front matter. Early owner’s signature on front free endpaper. * The Unbearable Bassington. L: John Lane, 1912. 1st ed. 8vo, orig blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light, primarily edge wear. Spotting & darkening to endpaper & half-title. * The Chronicles of Clovis. L: John Lane, 1912. 1st ed. 8vo, orig white-stamped green cloth; light wear, slightly cocked. Advts. Some minor spotting & creasing . * Beasts and SuperBeasts. L: John Lane, [1914]. 1st ed. 8vo, orig black cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top edge stained brown, other edges untrimmed; light wear, corners slightly bumped. Small discolorations to endpapers & halftitle. * When William Came. L: John Lane, 1914. 1st ed. 8vo, orig giltlettered brick red cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top edge stained red; corners rather bumped, moderate wear to edge & joints, spine a little sunned. Advts. * The Toys of Peace. L: John Lane, 1919. 1st ed, later bdg state. 8vo, lettered green cloth; light wear. Frontis. Contents toned. * The Square Egg. L: John Lane, [1924]. 1st ed. 8vo, orig blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top edge stained blue; light edge wear, spine slightly sunned. Frontis. Advts. Some discolorations to endpapers. Ownership blindstamp on front matter. * Reginald and Reginald in Russia. L: Methuen, [1922]. 2nd 1-vol ed. Sm 8vo, orig cloth; light to moderate wear. * The Works. [L]: John Lane, 1927. 8 vols. 8vo, orig blue cloth; shelf wear. * Card signed. [Munro, H.H. in Cyrillic.] From Balkans, ca 1902-1904. Presented to Carl N. Jester, Jr. ca 1959 by Saki’s sisters. With silver print portrait of Saki, 4 1/4 x 5 3/4 in; 150 x 105mm, inscr on verso to Carl Jester by Saki’s sister Muriel Munro. $400-600 173 121088/75 2 vols. Stevens, Wallace: Parts of a World. New York: Knopf, 1942. 1st ed, 1st ptg. 8vo, orig blue cloth, spine gilt, top edge stained yellow, other edges untrimmed; minor wear, d/j (price clipped, minor wear). Bright, tight copy. Edelstein A5.a1. * The Auroras of Autumn. New York: Knopf, 1950. 1st ed, 1st ptg. 8vo, orig cloth, spine gilt, top edge stained dark blue, other edges untrimmed; light wear, d/j (shallow chipping along top edges & flaps, other light wear, occasional minor dust smudging). Light toning to endpapers. Internally clean. VG+. E A14.a1. $150-250


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174 121088/74 8 vols. Stevens, Wallace: The Necessary Angel. New York: Knopf, 1951. 1st ed, 1st ptg. 8vo, orig cloth, d/j; light wear. Near fine. Edelstein A17.a7. * The Collected Poems. New York: Knopf, 1954. 1st ed, 1st ptg. #175/2500. 8vo, orig cloth; light wear, d/j (occasional minor chipping & creasing at edges). VG/VG+. * E A23.a1. * The 1st English ptg of the preceding, London, [1955]. 8vo, orig cloth, d/j, review card with Faber & Faber slip. VG/VG+. E A23.a8. * Opus Posthumous. New York: Knopf, 1957. 1st ed, 1st ptg. 8vo, orig cloth, d/j (light edge wear). VG+. E A26.a7. * Another copy of the preceding, 1st ed. 8vo, orig cloth, d/j (price clipped). VG-/VG. * The 1st English ed of the preceding, London, [1959]. 8vo, orig cloth, d/j (some chipping to edges). VG-/NG. E A26.a5. * Letters of. New York: Knopf, 1966. 1st ed, 1st ptg. 8vo, cloth, d/j (price clipped, some edge wear). NF-. E A29.a1. * Boggs, Tom, ed. American Decade: 68 Poems for the First Time in an Anthology. Cummington, [1943]. 1st ed, 1/475. 8vo, orig cloth, d/j (edge wear). VG. E B32. $120-180 175 141002/3 1 vol. Traven, B. Die Troza. Zurich & Prague: Buchergilde Gutenberg, 1936. 1st ed. 8vo, orig red-lettered blue cloth, top edge stained red; light wear, d/j (occasional minor nicking to edges - no loss of lettering or design elements). Very occasional minor internal dust smudging, but bright & attractive. VG+/NF-. $250-400

NATURAL HISTORY & SOCIAL SCIENCE Lots 176-183 176 OWNED/721 2 vols. Audubon, John James. The Birds of America. New York; Philadelphia, 1840-1841. 1st 8vo ed. Vols 1 & 2 (bound with fragment of vol 3). Lg 8vo, contemp morocco & pebbled cloth; rubbed & worn, hinges broken. With 150 of 155 hand-colored lithographic plates. Minor creasing & light foxing to plates, plate 104 moderately to heavily foxed, some staining to verso of plate 36, other scattered minor staining. Lacking plates 40 & 67 in vol 1; 93, 96 & 111 in vol 2. With lists of subscribers, lacking vol 3 title-page. $1,500-2,500

177 138088/72 † 4 vols. Blackstone, William. Commentaries on the Laws of England. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1765-1766, 1768-1769. 1st ed. 4to, contemp sheep, morocco spine labels; scuffed, extremities often rubbed, joints often stressed. With 2 plates (1 fold). Light to moderate foxing to titles of vols 1-3, moderate foxing to title of vol 4, scattered light foxing to first few quires in each vol & to front & back matter, occasional darkening to top edge. Plates clean & internally generally crisp & attractive. Without the supplement of corrections. Leaf size 270 x 208mm. Armorial bookplate of Basil Thomas Wood on pastedowns of vols 1, 2, 4. Rothschild 407; Grolier English 52; OCLC 309150. $3,000-5,000 178 138088/63 † 2 vols. Dennis, George. The Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria. London: John Murray, 1883. 3rd edition. 8vo, contemp 3/4 green morocco, gilt & marbled bds, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, raised bands; spines fading to brown. Complete with half-title, all maps (incl lg fold), plans, plates & text illus. Occasional minor foxing. $100-150 179 138088/65 † 3 vols. Domestic & Fancy Pigeons: [Moore, John.] A Treatise on Domestic Pigeons. London, 1796. 1st ed. 8vo, 19th-century richly gilt paneled calf, richly gilt spine compartments, turn-ins gilt, a.e.g.; slightly scuffed, occasionally just rubbed. With frontis + 29 engraved plates (16 hand-colored). Internally generally clean. Includes extra tipped-in plated. * Eaton, John Matthews. A Treatise on the Art of Breeding and Managing Tame, Domesticated and Fancy Pigeons. London, 1852. 1st ed, 8vo, later 19th-century 3/4 brown morocco & pebbled green cloth; light wear. Hand-colored frontis. [Bound with:] A Treatise on the Art of Breeding and Managing the Almond Tumbler. London, 1851. 8vo, hand-colored frontis. Both internally clean. * Eaton, J..M. A Treatise ... Tame, Domesticated, Foreign and Fancy Pigeons. London, 1858. 8vo, contemp richly gilt purple-brown morocco, turn-ins gilt, a.e.g., spine richly gilt; scuffed, joints rubbed. With 18 hand-colored plates, guard sheets. Internally clean. All with bookplates on front pastedowns. $800-1,200 180 141002/5 1 voo. Hall, H.R. A Season’s Work at Ur,... Unofficial Account of the British Museum Archaeological Mission to Babylonia, 1919. London: Methuen, [1930]. 1st ed. 8vo, orig blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine; minor wear, d/j (corners just nicked). Illus, plans, maps throughout. Exceptional near-fine copy in orig fresh d/j. $80-120


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181 131663/29 40 vols. Jardine, William, ed. The Naturalist’s Library. Edinburgh: W.H. Lizars, n.d. [ca 1840]. Sm 8vo, contemp 3/4 tan calf, marbled bds & egdes, spines gilt, red & green morocco spine labels; occasionally scuffed, front cover of vol 20 detached but present. With engraved frontis portraits & additional engraved vignette titles + 1,335 hand-colored engraved plates, tissue guards. Scattered, very light foxing, light offsetting to tissue guards, a few loose plates in vol 5 & 20. $2,000-2,500

185 141200/1 1 vol. Darwin, Charles. On the Origin of the Species by Means of Natural Selection. New York: D. Appleton, 1875. From the 6th Eng ed. 12mo, orig black-ruled terra-cotta cloth, giltlettered spine; spine ends starting to fray, corners slightly bumped, other moderate edge wear. Head of front free endpaper excised. Complete with diagram. Internally very slightly toned, but generally clean. The 6th ed is often considered the definitive ed. OCLC 11732078; Not listed in Freeman. $250-400

182 141069/16 2 vols. Malthus, T[homas] R[obert]. An Essay on the Principle of Population. Washington City: Roger Chew Weightman; Georgetown: R. Chew Weightman for J. Mulligan, 1809. 1st Am ed. 8vo, contemp sheep; rubbed, joints stressed. Complete with half-titles & blank leaves. Scattered light to very occasionally moderate foxing, a few signatures a little toned. With ink gift presentation to early owner on front free endpaper rectos. Likely not a married set despite differing pub sites - uniform early bdg & ownership inscr. $400-700

186 132161/1 1 vol. Darwin, Charles. The Foundation of the Origin of the Species. Two Essays Written in 1842 and 1844. Cambridge: at the University Press, 1909. 1st ed. Edited by Francis Darwin. 8vo, orig green cloth, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; light edge wear, spine faded to brown, edges of covers just starting to fade, occasionally very slightly scuffed. Photogravure frontis portrait. Short tear in tissue guard. Sound, generally attractive copy. Freeman 1556. $800-1,200

183 141002/4 4 vols. Sismondi, Jean Charles Leonard Simonde de. Historical View of the Literature of the South of Europe. London: H. Colburn, 1823. 1st English-language ed. 8vo, orig bds, paper labels; corners bumped, joints often rubbed, occasional chipping to spine - labels intact. Scattered light foxing, moderate at front matter, minor dampstaining at foot of front matter. Unopened. Translated by Thomas Roscoe. $120-180

187 141002/2 4 vols. Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent. Oeuvres. Paris: Imprimerie Imperiale, 1864-1868. 4to, orig ptd blue-green bds; scuffed, joints occasionally rubbed, corners bumped. With portrait & 40 plates, many folding. Scattered light foxing, vol 1 title detached. Untrimmed & partly unopened. 1st collected ed. $200-300

SCIENCE Lots 184-190 184 138088/118 † 3 vols. Darwin, Charles. The Life and Letters. London: John Murray, 1887. 1st ed. 8vo, orig green cloth, gilt-lettered spines, untrimmed edges; corners bumped, some scuffing & spotting, a few small ink spots on covers, joints starting to crack, old cellotape repairs to vol 1 front joint. Frontises, facs, text illus. Some spotting to front & back matter. Bookplates on front endpaper, residue of bookplate on front free endpaper of vol 1. Freeman 1452. $100-150

188 121088/77 2 vols. Parent du Chatelet, Alexandre Jean Baptiste. De la prostitution dans la ville de Paris. Paris: J.B. Bailliere, 1836. 1st ed. 8vo, contemp 1/4 calf & marbled bds, spines gilt; heads a little rubbed. With 3 fold tables (incl 2 maps). Scattered, generally light foxing. Ex-library, ink stamps on title. Complete with half-titles. Garrison & Morton 1607. $120-180 189 141017/4 2 vols. Pike, Benjamin, Jr. Pike’s Illustrated Desriptive Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical, and Philosphical Instruments. New York, 1848. 1st ed. 12mo, orig gilt pictorial brown cloth, gilt-lettered spines; light edge wear, front joint of vol 1 just starting to separate. Frontises, fullpage & text illus. Occasional internal mostly light toning. Complete with 3 blank leaves & 58pp of advts at back of vol 2. A few signatures sprung, but attractive set. $300-500


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190 132304/1 1 vol. Simi, Nicolai. Ephemerides ... ad annos XV ... anno ... 1554 ... 1568 ... Venice: Erasmiana Vincentii Valgrisii, 1554. 4to, old calf-backed bds, richly guilt spine, morocco labels; spine & corners rubbed. Decorated initials, woodcut text illus, tables. Volvelle lacking movable part, verso of title heavily ink-annoted by slightly later hand, other scattered old ink annotation. [Bound with:] Boderius, Thomas. De ratione & usu dierum citicorum ... Ptolemai ... Hermes Trismegistus. Paris: [Andreas Wechelus], 1555. 4to. Tables. Minor worming, last leaf heavily ink-annoted in slightly later hand. $400-600

TRAVEL & EXPLORATION Lots 191-216 191 138088/98 † 2 vols. Arctic & Polar Travel: Franklin, Captain John. Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in ... 1819, 20, 21, & 22. Philadelphia, 1824. 1st Am ed. 8vo, late 19th-century 3/4 morocco & marbled bds; scuffed, joints starting to split. Frontis & fold map. Light toning. Untrimmed. Sabin 25626. * Bach, Captain [George]. Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of the Great Fish River and Along the Shores of the Arctic Ocean, in 1833, 1834, and 1835. Philadelphia: E.L. Carey & A. Hart, 1836. 1st Am ed. 8vo, 1/4 green cloth & bds, paper spine label; bds scuffed, corners rather bumped. Fold map, 4pp pub cat. Scattered light to moderate foxing, some offsetting to map & title, moderate foxing to map. Untrimmed. S 2613. Both with bookplates on front pastedowns. $250-400 192 138088/117 † 2 vols. Arctic Travel - Greenland: Egede, Hans [P.] A Description of Greenland. London: for T. and J. Allman, 1818. “A New Edition.” 8vo, contemp 1/2 purple-brown calf & marbled bds, black morocco spine label; occasionally scuffed. Fold map, wood-engraved vignette. Light to moderate offsetting on title, light offsetting to map, light foxing to front & back matter. Internally generally clean & crisp. Sabin 22029. * Scoresby, William. Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale-Fishery;... Discoveries ... West Greenland. Edinburgh: for Archibald Constable, 1823. 1st edition. 8vo, 19th-century 3/4 purple-brown morocco & marbled bds; joints rubbed & starting to separate. With 8 plates & maps (incl 2 fold maps). Light to moderate foxing affecting text & maps,some offsetting. Complete with half-title. Untrimmed. S 78171. Both with bookplates on front paste-down. $400-700

193 141002/8 2 vols. Bigg-Withers, Thomas P. Pioneering in South Brazil: Three Years of Forest and Prairie Life in the Province of Parana. London: John Murray, 1878. 1st ed. 8vo, orig gilt-pictorial terra-cotta cloth, gilt-lettered spines; light wear, spine ends starting to fray, light stress at joints & hinges. Edges untrimmed. With 2 frontises (1 fold), plates, full-page & text illus. 32pp pub cat dated “Feb 1877” at back. Minor foxing to front & back matter. Tight, bright & complete. $200-300 194 138088/47 † 5 vols. Central America & The Caribbean &c: Ward, [Henry] G[eorge]. Mexico in 1827. London: H. Colburn, 1828. 2 vols. 8vo, contemp 3/4 polished calf & marbled bds, spines richly gilt; joints rubbed or cracked, front joint of vol 1 repaired with cellotape. With 13 plates (incl fold & double-page), lacking the fold maps. Some offsetting, scattered light foxing. Sabin 101302. * Dunlap, Robert Glasgow. Travels in Central America. London, 1847. 12mo, contemp gilt-paneled speckled calf, spine richly gilt, morocco spine labels; spine & joints rubbed. With fold map. Internally crisp & clean. S 2137. * Coggeshall, George. Second Series of Voyages. New York: D. Appleton, 1852. 8vo, orig green cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light edge wear. Portrait frontis. Scattered foxing, bookplates on front paste-down. Presentation copy, inscr & signed by “the author” on front free endpaper recto. * Boddam-Whetham, J.W. Roraima and British Guiana. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1879. 8vo, orig green cloth, spine gilt; light wear. Frontis, pub cat. Scattered light foxing $300-500 195 138088/96 † 2 vols. Christopher Columbus: Boss, Luigi. Vita de Cristoforo Colombo. Milan, 1818. 8vo, mid-19thcentury maroon morocco & marbled bds; scuffed, joints rubbed. With 6 plates, incl frontis portrait. Some offsetting from plates. Very occasional light foxing. Untrimmed. Sabin 6463. * Spotorno, Gio Batista; Columbus, Christopher. Historical Memoir; Letters, Privileges, Notes, and Other Writings of. London: Treuttel & Wurtz, [et al.], 1823. 8vo, late 19th-century 1/2 blue polished calf & marbled bds, spines gilt, red morocco spine labels. With portrait, plate, fold facs. Internally generally clean. 2 engraved portraits inserted. Both with bookplates on front paste-downs. Sabin 14666. $150-250


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196 141044/5 1 vol. Gill, William Edgar. Eighteen Capitals of China. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1911. 1st ptg. 8vo, orig color pictorial gilt-lettered salmon cloth, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. Extremities slightly scuffed, d/j (a few small tears at edges). Maps, photo plates, other illus. Minor spotting to fore-edge, slight discoloration to endpapers. Pub advt/order form inserted. $500-800 197 138088/34 †1 vol. (Chile.) [Davie, John Constanse.] Letters from Buenos Ayres and Chili ... London: R. Ackermann, 1819. 8vo, contemp 1/2 brown morocco & marbled bds, gilt-lettered & ruled spine; joints rubbed, covers scuffed. With 6 hand-colored plates. Light offsetting, pp 103-106 sprung. Complete with half-title, 20th-century ink ownership signature at head of title, bookplates on front paste-down. Internally generally clean (perhaps very slightly dampwrinkled). $300-500 198 138088/101 † 1 vol. (Chile.) Schmidtmeyer, Peter. Travels into Chile, over the Andes. London, 1824. 4to, contemp 1/2 russia & marbled bds, gilt-lettered & decorated spine; joints & corners often rubbed. With 2 fold plans, 30 plates on 28 sheets (12 hand-colored), 2 fold plans, 4 tables. Scattered light to occasionally moderate foxing, moderate to heavy foxing to pp314-317, small cellotape repair to verso of fold plan. Bookplates on front paste-down. Sound, crisp copy with all issued plates. Sabin 77692; Abbey, Travel 71; Palau 304890. $1,500-2,500 See also color illustration on page 69

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199 138088/74 † 1 vol. (Chile.) Ovalle, Alonso de. Historica relacion del reyno de Chile. Rome: Francisco Cavallo, 1646. 4to, 18th-century gilt-paneled straight-grained russet morocco, a.e.g.; joints & edges often scuffed. With fold map, 35 plates & 18 full-page woodcuts on 9 leaves. Scattered light foxing, unobtrusive dampstaining to bottom fore-edge corner of title & first 2 signatures, bookplates on front paste-down. Fold map repaired & mtd to heavy paper sheet. Lacking leaf before title (as usual). Trimmed - head of title & front matter shaved close. (8), 455, (1)pp, 14 plates (on 12 leaves), 37 portraits on 21 plates, 18 woodcuts on 9 leaves, fold map. Spanish & Italian language eds issued in Rome in 1646, the Spanish ed above being the more complete. Sabin 57972, “The most complete edition ... The leaf preceding the title is generally wanting.” Copy above collates, with lacking leaf. $4,000-7,000 200 138088/109 † 1 vol. (Exploration.) Byron, Commodore [John]. A Voyage Round the World in His Majesty’s Ship The Dolphin ... Streights of Magellan ... Patagonians ... South Seas. London: for J. Newbery, 1767. 1st ed. 8vo, contemp speckled calf, gilt-ruled spine; bottom spine compartment defective, corners bumped, front joint stressed. With 3 plates, 2pp advts. Scattered light foxing. Errata corrected in old ink hand. Bookplates on front paste-down. Sabin 9732. $500-800

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201 131933/1 1 vol. (Exploration.) Hall, Captain Basil. Account of a Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Corea, and the Great Loo-Choo Island. London: John Murray, 1818. 4to, contemp 1/2 calf & marbled bds; spine rubbed & chipped, covers detached but present. With 9 plates (8 hand-colored) + 6 charts & maps (several fold). Tissue guards. Scattered light foxing, plates generally clean. Lacking half-title. Abbey Travel 558. $300-500

204A 141155/5 1 vol. Poracchi, Thomaso. L’Isole piu fomose del mondo. Venice: Heirs of Simon Galignani, 1590. Folio, old flexible vellum; worn & moderately stained. With engraved title + 47 engraved maps as head-pieces. Some internal dampstaining affecting or touching somewhat less than half of the maps, scattered spotting, repair at fore-edge of leaf A1 - not affecting ptg. Complete. Adams P1905; Sabin 64149. $3,500-6,000

202 138088/107 † 1 vol. (Exploration.) Hallam, G[eorge]. Narrative of a Voyage from Montego Bay, in the Island of Jamaica to England;... across the Island of Cuba to Havanna;... in Autumn 1809. London: for C.J.G. & F. Rivington, 1831. 1st edition. 8vo, contemp gilt-paneled polished speckled calf, spine richly gilt, red & green morocco spine labels; joint scuffed. Handcolored fold “Plan of the Harbour and City of Havanna.” Light offsetting on title, but crisp & clean copy. Bookplates on front pastedown. OCLC 10515114. $120-180

205 138088/102 † 2 vols. (Exploration.) Porter, Captain David. Journal of a Cruise Made to the Pacific Ocean ... United States Frigate Essex in 1812, 1813, and 1814. New York: Wiley & Halsted, 1822. 2nd ed, with additions. 8vo, contemp speckled calf, gilt, spines gilt, marbled endpapers & edges; lightly scuffed, joints often rubbed. With frontis portrait, 7 plates, fold chart of the Gallapagos; lacking the fold table. Light to moderate spotting & dust soiling to titles, front matter & first few signatures of both vols. Paper wound at foot of “Advertisement to the First Edition” - no loss of ptg. Most plates generally clean, fold chart clean & intact. Bookplates on front pastedowns. Howes P-484; Sabin 64219. $300-500

203 138088/87 † 1 vol. (Exploration.) (Lewis, Meriwether; Clark, William.) Fisher, William, compiler. An Interesting Account of the Voyages and Travels of Captains Lewis and Clarke, in the Years 1801-5 & 6. Baltimore: P. Mauro, 1813. 12mo, contemp tree sheep, gilt-ruled spine, red morocco spine label; head of spine worn away, joints broken, spine crudely repaired with cellotape. Internally moderately toned & spotted. Lacking portraits & plates. Bookplates on front endpapers. Second ptg of this unauthorized ed. Howes F-153a; Sabin 24508. $300-500 204 141121/7 1 vol. (Exploration.) Prevost d’Exiles, Antoine Francois. Histoire generale des voyages. The Hague, 1756. Vol 14 (of 25) only. 4to, contemp 1/4 calf & bds, morocco spine label; joints, extremities & spine ends rubbed. With 32 maps & plates, incl fold maps. Internally generally crisp & clean. Travel to Japan, East Indies, Philippines, Yemen & parts of India. $250-400

205A 141155/2 6 vols. (Exploration.) Pouqueville, Francois Charles Hugues Laurent. Voyage dans la Greece. Paris, 1826-27. 2nd ed. 8vo, contemp 1/4 calf & marbled bds, spines gilt with black morocco labels. Complete with 38 plates & maps, incl 2 lg fold maps. Scattered light foxing, but generally crisp & clean. Armorial bookplates on front paste-down. $2,000-3,000 206 138088/125 † 2 vols. Wrecked Ocean Voyages: Viaud, Pierre. The Shipwreck and Adventures of ... London: for T. Davies, 1771. 1st English-language ed. 8vo, contemp calf; spine crudely repaired, front hinge broken. Frontis. Light offsetting on title, scattered light foxing. Internally generally clean. Sabin 99415; Howes V-86. * Fellowes, William Dorset. A Narrative of the Loss of His Majesty’s Packet, The Lady Hobart, on an Island of Ice in the Atlantic Ocean, 28th of June 1803. London: for John Stockdale, 1803. 1st ed. 8vo, late 19th-century 1/2 calf & bds; some edge wear. Moderate foxing & toning to title & terminal leaf. Internally generally clean. Bookplates on front paste-down. Sabin 24019. $150-250


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209 138088/75 † 1 vol. (Japan.) Titsingh, Isaac. Illustrations of Japan. London: R. Ackermann, 1822. 4to, orig 1/4 green calf & cloth, russet morocco spine label; edges occasionally scuffed, foot & spine just rubbed. With 25 handcolored plates on 13 sheets, tissue guards, fold sheet with 6 “plates.” Scattered generally light foxing & occasional mostly light offsetting to plates, moderate offsetting on frontis tissue, very occasional light foxing to text. Sound & attractive copy, presumed remainder issue ca 1830s. Bookplates on front pastedown. Tooley 489; Abbey, Travel 557. $8,000-12,000 See also color illustration on page 70 210 141121/4 2 vols. (Middle East.) (Bartlett, W.H., et al., illus.) Carne, John. Syria, the Holyland, Asia Minor &c. Illustrated. London: Fisher, Son & Co., [18361838, or a little later]. 3 vols in 2. 4to, contemp polished purple-brown calf, gilt, a.e.g., rebacked, orig spines laid down, orig marbled endpapers. With 2 maps + 120 engraved views, incl additional vignette titles, tissue guards. Occasional light foxing, primarily to front matter. Generally clean & attractive. $120-180 209

207 141121/3 1 vol. (Hungary.) Townson, Robert. Travels in Hungary. London: G.G. & J. Robinson, 1797. 4to, modern buckram. With fold map + 16 plates (several fold). Moderate browning & foxing to plates & text, a few plate margins chipped, old cello tape repairs to verso of map, repairs & separations along old map folds - negligable paper loss, lacking the “Table of Barometrical Measurements.” $200-300 208 131215/19 2 vols. (Italy.) Guida di Firenze e d’altre citta principali della Toscana. Florence: Gaspero Ricci, n.d. [ca 1820]. 12mo, orig ptd bds; light wear, very slightly dusty. With engraved fold map, plan & 59 (of 60) engraved views. Generally crisp & clean, untrimmed. 19th-century bookplate on verso of front bd of vol 1. $120-180

211 131690/2 3 vols. (Montenegro.) Jackson, T[homas] G[raham]. Dalmatia, the Quarnero and Istria with Cettigne in Montenegro and the Island of Grado. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1887. 1st ed. 8vo, orig green cloth, gilt-lettered spine; spine ends frayed, corners rubbed, other light edge wear. Fold map, 50 plates, text illus. Small close tear to map fold - no paper loss, other minor close tears, some discoloration & library stamps on endpapers. $150-250 212 138088/127 † 2 vols. (Paraguay.) Charlevoix, [P. Francois-Xavier]. The History of Paraguay. Dublin, 1769. 8vo, contemp calf, maroon morcco spine labels; joints rubbed, corners slightly bumped. Scattered light foxing, some dampstaining in upper gutters of vol 2 front matter. Bookplates on front pastedown. Lawrence Lewis’ copy, with his dated “1786” ink ownership inscription at head of titles. With pencil annotation of front free endpaper of vol 1 indicating that this set was purchased at the Washington sale, Philadelphia, 1890. Sabin 12133. Lawrence Lewis, 1767-1839, George Washington’s nephew & primary executor of his will. $120-180


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213 141017/6 1 piece. (Fold Panoramas.) [Boulevarts de Paris.] [Ca 1860s.] 24 color litho panels, each approx 7 3/4 x 4 1/2 in; 195 x 115mm. In orig gilt-lettered oblong 8vo cloth case; worn, spine gone. Some spotting & light dust smudging to panels. Library markings on casing. $200-300 214 138146/2 1 vol. (Paris.) [Sams, William.] A Tour through Paris. London, [watermarked 1825]. Folio, 20th-century gilt-paneled polished brown calf, spine gilt, morocco spine label; occasionally lightly scuffed, corners slightly bumped. With 21 hand-colored aquatint plates. Scattered mostly minor spotting, some light offsetting. Untrimmed. Abbey, Travel 14. $1,200-1,800 215 138088/39 † 2 vols. (Peru.) Temple, Edmond. Travels in Various Parts of Peru. London: H. Coleburn and Richard Bently, 1830. 1st ed. 8vo, orig brown cloth, green morocco spine labels; spine ends occasionally frayed, other light wear. With map + 8 plates. Light offsetting from map, scattered light foxing. Untrimmed. Complete with directions to binder slip. Bookplates on front pastedowns. Exceptional copy, tight & bright. Sabin 49660. $300-500 216 138146/1 1 vol. (Russia.) Sivine, Paul. (Siv’in, Paul Petrovich.) Sketches of Russia. London: A.K. Newman, 1831. 2nd ed. 8vo, modern foliate-paneled polished tree calf, spine gilt, green morocco spine label; minor wear. With 15 hand-colored engraved plates + engraved leaf of music. Scattered light foxing & minor offsetting. Complete with half-title. Untrimmed. Plate with 1814 Ackermann imprint. Abbey, Travel 225. $250-400

SPORTING Lots 217-219 217 131919/4 1 vol. Camp, Walter. American Football. New York: Harper, 1891. 1st ed. Sm 8vo, orig gilt-lettered blue cloth, gilt & red, white & blue American flag, football & eagle motif; corners & spine slightly worn. With 31 portrait plates. 4pp advts. Minor spotting & creasing to endpapers. Tight, attractive copy. $200-300 218 138088/134 † 3 vols. Sporting - American Angling & Game Bird Shooting: [Brown, John J.] The American Angler’s Guide. New York: H. Long & Brother, John J. Brown, 1850. 4th ed. 12mo, contemp calf & marbled bds; worn, blistered & repaired. Plates, illus in margins throughout. Some internal dampstaining. Advts. Complete. * Norris, Thaddeus. The American Angler’s Book. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, [1865]. 8vo, orig green cloth, spine gilt, t.e.g.; light wear. Frontis, plates, text illus. Minor spotting to fore-edges, scattered light foxing. Sound & complete. * (Derrydale Press.) Connett, Eugene V., ed. Upland Game Bird Shooting in America. New York, 1930. 1/850 (of 925). Lg 4to, orig gilt-lettered & pictorial brown cloth; light edge wear. Color frontis, plates. Scattered light foxing. All with bookplates on front paste-downs. $120-180 219 131933/10 2 vols. Fly Fishing - Salmon: (Davy, Humphry, Sir.) Salmonia: or, Days of Fly Fishing. London: John Murray, 1828. 1st ed. Sm 8vo, contemp 1/2 calf & bds; worn & rubbed. With 3 plates (1 old), wood-engraved illus in text. Internally generally crisp & clean. * [Fitzgibbon, Edward.] Ephemera. The Book of the Salmon. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1850. Sm 8vo, orig cloth, gilt-lettered spine; scuffed, corners bumped, other edge wear, spine starting to separate & chipped with loss at head & foot. With 9 plates (8 handcolored), tissue gurads. Pub cats. Internally generally clean. Slightly shaken. Presentation copy, inscr, dated “July 5/50,” & signed on front free endpaper verso. $400-600 219A 141155/3 1 vol. (Golf.) Martin, H.B. Fifty Years of American Golf. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1936. 1st ed. #62/350. Lg 8vo, orig brick red cloth, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; corners slightly bumped, occasionally a little scuffed. Photo plates, other illus. Inscr to George F. Morrison, dated “Oct 36” & signed by Martin on limitation page. Attractive copy, lacking slipcase. $200-300


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LAW Lots 220-224 220 141116/3 2 vols. American Colonial Law: The Charter Granted by His Majesty King Charles II to the Governor & Company of the English Colony of Connecticut in New England in America. New London: Timothy Green, 1750. Folio, contemp calf; rubbed & worn. [Bound with:] The Session Laws through 1753. Bottom fore-edge of 1st 25pp gnawed - occasionally just touching ptg, some internal dust smudging. Early (1754) owner’s ms circulating agreement on terminal blank, ms minutes at back of the Noble Society Hunt Club of Wallingford, NJ, [ca 1805-1840]. Evans 6479, 6480, 6653, 6831, 6981. * New Jersey, Province Acts of the General Assembly ... 1702, to ... January 1776. Burlington: Isaac Collins, 1776. Compiled by Samuel Allinson. Folio, contemp sheep; rubbed, worn & occasionally blistered. Light foxing, lacking free endpapers, portions of last text leaf torn away - no loss of ptg. Early ink ownership signature on title, occasional old ink annotations. Evans 14911. $120-180 221 131919/14 1 vol. (Dred Scott Decision.) Howard, Benjamin C. Report of the Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, and the Opinions of the Judges Thereof, in the Case of Dred Scott... Washington: Cornelius, 1857. 1st ed. 8vo, orig ptd sewn green wrappers; bottom fore-edge corner & middle front wrapper gutter chipped away chipped along edges of back wrapper, bottom corner completely chipped away. Ptd text on front cover complete. Ex-library, ink stamps at heads of wrappers & first page of text. In custom fall-down blue cloth box. Sabin 33240, The New York issue published simultaneously with the Washington issue. $500-800 223 132016/19 13 vols. Hening, William Walter. The Statutes at Large; Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia. New York, 1823; Philadelphia, 1823; Richmond, 1819-1823. 8vo, late 19-century straight-grained morocco & bds; extremities occasionally rubbed, a few covers detached but present. Light to moderate foxing, moderately heavy to front matter. New York imprints for vols 1 & 2, Philadelphia for 3 & 13, Richmond for 4-12. See Sabin 31339. $250-400

224 141121/2 1 vol. Vattel, [Emmerich] de. The Law of Nations or the Principles of the Law of Nature Applied to the Conduct and Affairs of Nations and Sovereigns. New York: Samuel Campell, 1796. “First American Edition, corrected and revised from the London edition.” 8vo, contemp tree sheep, rebacked, modern morocco spine label; new endpapers. Early ink ownership signature on title, some old ink underscoring. Light to moderate spotting & foxing, chipping at head of last text leaf - no loss of ptg. Evans 31483; Shipton & Mooney 45185, recording the New York Berry & Rogers ed of 1787, but the above (E 31483) is the 1st Am ed of the most complete ed. $250-400

MILITARY HISTORY Lots 225-233 225 141121/9 2 vols. American Military History: Johnson, Sir John. Orderly Book ... during the Oriskany Campaign, 17761777. Albany: Joel Munsell’s Sons, 1882. 4to, 20th-century 1/2 dark green morocco & blue cloth, gilt; minor wear. Frontis portrait, portrait, fold map; small tear at bottom gutter of frontis. Internally clean. Untrimmed. Howes J-136. * Andrews, Richard Snowden, Lieutenant-Colonel ... Confederate States Army. A Memoir. [Baltimore]: The Sun Job Printing Office, 1910. Tall 8vo, contemp 3/4 red morocco & gray cloth, t.e.g.; joints & corners often rubbed. Color frontis, photo & facs, plates. Internally clean. $120-180 226 138088/35 † 5 vols. American Military & Naval History - War of 1812: James, William. A Full and Correct Account of the Military Occurances of the Last War Between Great Britain and the United States of America. London, 1818. 2 vols. 8vo, contemp 3/4 speckled calf & marbled bds, richly gilt spines, red & black morocco spine labels; occasionally scuffed, joints rubbed. With 4 fold maps; moderate offsetting, scattered light to moderate foxing. Offsetting & foxing on titles. Howes J-52. * [Lovell, William Stanhope], Captain of the Navy. A Personal Narrative of Events,... 1800-1815:... Portsmouth, 1837. 1st ed. 12mo, late 3/4 morocco & marbled bds, gilt. With 4 plates + fold map. Scattered light foxing, title detaching. Untrimmed. OCLC 32470492. * Biographical Sketch, and Services of Commodore Charles Stewart of the Navy of the United States. Philadelphia: J. Harding, 1838. 8vo, contemp morocco & marbled bds; rubbed & crudely repaired, orig ptd yellow wrappers preserved (slightly dusty). With portrait & plate. Scattered light foxing. Sabin 91652. * Coggeshall, George. History of the American Privateers,... during Our War with England ... 1812, ‘13 and ‘14. New York, 1856. 1st ed. 8vo, orig brown blind-stamped cloth, spine gilt; spine ends starting to fray, other light wear. With 8 tinted litho plates. Light offsetting, light foxing to plates. Sound, attractive copy. Howes C-542. $250-400


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227 132612/1 1 vol. (Manhattan Project Album.) “A Few VPI’s [sic] of the Military Development of and the Application of Atomic Energy During World War II under the Direction of Manhattan District Armed Forces Special Western Project, Plus Bikini Baker Test Shot - 1948.” Compiled & titled by WAC Lt. Colonel Josephine Redenius, Manhattan A-bomb Project Engineer Officer, ca 1950s. 4to, orig green-decorated pebbled maroon cloth. Holding approx 50 orig photos of Manhattan Project military officers & scientists + official Bikini Baker A-bomb test shot photos. Many of the photos (primarily 10 x 8 or 5 x 7 in orig silver prints) depict many of the project’s scientists, incl Robert J. Oppenheimer & Enrico Fermi, receiving congratulations and/or medals from General Leslie Richard Groves, head of the project, & other military officials. Also incl photo portraits & candid views of many of the project’s military officers. Photo portraits of General Groves, Harry McKenzie Roper, Roscoe C. Wilson & A.R. Luedecke are signed & inscr to Lt. Colonel Redenius. Of the official photos of Bikini Baker, 14 are silver prints, 7 are chromogenic. Clean, crisp & attractive. $1,000-1,500 228 141002/10 1 vol. (Raffet, D.A.M., illus.) Retraite de Constantine: six sujets. Prise de Constantine: douze sujets. Paris: Gihoult, [1837]. Oblong folio, contemp morocco-backed bds, leather label; extremities rubbed. With 2 litho titles + 18 chine applique litho plates. Light foxing, primarily on mts. Depicting the French campaigns in Algeria of 1836 & 1837. $250-400 229 138088/103 † 3 vols. Napolean Bonaparte’s Paris: W[eston], S[tephen]. The Praise of Paris:... Letter fron France in the Summer of 1802. London: for C. and R. Baldwin, 1803. 8vo, contemp 3/4 red morocco & marbled bds, spine gilt; joint & extremitites often rubbed, occasionally scuffed. Frontis. Some offsetting on title, moderate toning & some spotting to frontis. Internally generally clean. * Fellowes, W. D. Paris; During the Interesting Month of July 1815. London: for Gale & Fenner, 1815. 8vo, contemp calf & bds; rubbed & worn, spine crudely repaired, front hinge broken. Title vignette, hand-colored frontis & plate. Light offsetting from plates, scattered mostly light foxing. * Fain, Baron. (Agathon, JeanFrancois.) Memoires of the Invasion of France by the Allied Armies and of the Last Six Months of the Reign of Napolean. London: for H. Colburn, 1834. “New Edition.” 8vo, orig brown cloth, gilt-lettered spine; spine & front hinge crudely repaired, front joint broken. With frontis, facs & large fold map. Light to moderate offsetting on title, map & p1. Internally generally clean. 4pp pub cat at back. Complete, untrimmed. All with bookplates on front paste-downs. $120-180

230 138146/15 1 vol. (Napoleonic Wars.) The French Bulletins Relating to the War in Russia. London, 1813. 8vo, early 20th-century 3/4 blue morocco & cloth, gilt; spine ends & corners a little rubbed. With half-title. Untrimmed, washed. Mid-19th-century litho portrait of Czar Alexander I tipped in as frontis. OCLC 29343893. $100-150 231 138146/10 4 vols. (Napoleon Extra-Illustrated.) Fauvelet de Bourrienne, Louis Antoine. Private Memoirs of Napoleon Bonapart. London: H. Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1830. 8vo, late 19th-century gilt-paneled full straight-grained navy blue morocco with gilt corner panel & spine compartment Napoleonic emblems, turn-ins gilt, a.e.g., by Bayntun; occasionally slightly scuffed, small rubbed areas along joints, corners slightly bumped. Extra-illus with approx 110 engraved & litho portraits, views & maps, incl hand-colored pieces. Sound, bright & internally clean. $300-500 232 138146/9 8 vols. (Napoleon.) Les Cases, Emanuel, Marquis de. Memorial de Sainte Helene: Journal of the Private Life and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon at Saint Helena. London: H. Colburn, 1823. 8vo, later 19th-century 3/4 blue crushed levant morocco & cloth, gilt, spine compartments with gilt Napoleonic devices, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, by Riviere & Son; front joints often scuffed & a little stressed. With fold frontis (ground plan of Longwood), view, 2 fold maps. Offsetting on vol 1 part, a few quires toned. Bookplates on paste-downs, armorial bookplate on front blanks. $500-800 233 138088/40 † 1 vol. Nelson, Horatio Nelson, Viscount. The Letters of Lord Nelson to Lady Hamilton; with a Supplement. London: for Thomas Lovewell, 1814. 1st ed. 2 vols in 1. 8vo, contemp 3/4 brown calf & marbled bds; joint & extremities often rubbed, bds scuffed. With 3 engraved portraits tipped in: Lady Hamilton, Lord Nelson, Sir Hamilton. Scattered light foxing. Complete & untrimmed. Bookplates on front paste-down. $120-180


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AMERICANA Lots 234-278 234 138088/62 † 1 vol. (Americana.) Weekly Memorials for the Ingenious: or, An Account of Books Lately Set Forth in Several Languages. London, 1683. Nos 1-29, Jan 16, 1681 - Sept 2, 1682, vol issue with general title, address to the reader & table. 4to, contemp speckled calf; occasionally rubbed, corners bumped. Scattered light foxing, but generally clean & crisp with good margins. Occasional old ink annotations. Incl 3 references to America (2 to Virginia). Among the earliest English book review journals. Bookplates on front pastedown. $500-800 235 131919/13 1 vol. (Americana.) Bound Collection of Printed American Congressional Speeches (House & Senate). Primarily Washington Imprints, 18451847. 8vo, contemp 1/2 morocco & marbled bds, rebacked, modern morocco spine label. Approx 50 pieces (several with caption titles only) from the 29th Congress, most relating to the Mexican War, territorial expansion of slavery, incl “Speech of Mr. Wilmot,... Restricting Slavery” & responses. Assembled with approx 55 related mtd cut signatures by Thomas A.D. Fessenden, later member of Congress from Maine (1962-1963). Includes signatures of Andrew Johnson, John C. Calhoun, David Wilmot, Hannibal Hamlin, Alexander Stephens, R.B. Rhett, et al. Signed & dated “1847” by Fessenden on front free endpaper recto. $500-800 236 141121/17 Lot. Americana - Printed & Partly-Printed Material: Partly-printed indentures & other legal documents (5). Philadelphia & NY, ca 1770s. Imprints incl: John Dunlap, Joseph Crukshank, H. Gaine. * Catalogue of the Offices and Students of the College of New Jersey 1848-49. Princeton, 1849. 8vo, orig wrappers. * Bailey’s Rittenhouse Almanac ... for 1816. Philadelphia: Lydia R. Bailey, [1815]. 8vo, orig wrappers; browned but unopened. Drake 1077. $100-150 237 132397/112 Lot. Americana - Printed & Manuscript Material: Strong, Nathan. A Discourse Delivered on Friday, December 27, 1799 ... to Lament ... the Death of Gen. George Washington. Hartford: Hudson and Goodwin, 1800. 8vo; disbound. Complete with half-title. Clean. Evans 38577. * (Manuscript.) Leffingwekk, C.S. A Sermon ... June 1, 1865 ... National Fast, Following Upon the Assassination of President Lincoln. [1865.] 8vo, 29 sheets on rectos only. With (2) related ms letters. * The letterpress of the above sermon. Canadaigua, 1865. 8vo, orig ptd wrappers; light wear. (2) copies. * (Newspaper.) The

Liberator. Boston, Sept 3 & Oct 1, 1831. Nos 36 & 40. Some foxing & edge wear. * (Illus Weekly Magazine.) Harper’s Weekly. New York, Jan 3, 1857. Vol 1, no 1. Folio, orig sewn self wrappers; some edge wear. * Memorial service card. “Memorial Service of James Abram Garfield.” [1882.] Engraved pictorial card, 6 x 9 3/4 in; 152 x 247mm * “Memorial Service for the Late William McKinley ... Led by J.F. Dickie, Sept 19, 1901.” Berlin, [1901]. 4pp, 4to. * Ephemera issued in relation to the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the inauguration of George Washington as President of the United States. Apr 29, 1889. NY Treasury Dept. ball invitation & tickets. 3 pieces. $200-300 238 138088/58 † 3 vols. American & British Political History &C - Bound collection of American 19th-century political pamphlets &c: A Review of Mr. Seward’s Diplomacy, N.p., n.d. [ca 1862]; The Diplomatic Year:.. A Review of Mr. Seward’s Foreign Correspondence of 1862, Philadelphia, 1863; Wharton, Francis, The Missouri Valley and Lay Preaching, New York, 1859; Hamilton, James, Martin Van Buren’s xxxx Repudiated, New York, 1870; Searle, Mrs. L.C., Washington, Our Example, Philadelphia, 1865. 8vo, contemp black morocco & bds; scuffed, joints rubbed, all orig wrappers preserved. * [Banks, John.] A Short Critical Review of the Political Life of Oliver Cromwell. London: John James, 1739. 8vo, contemp gilt-paneled speckled calf; spine rubbed & repaired, corners rubbed. Frontis portrait - some offsetting, light foxing pp 224-229. On British-Spanish conflict in America. * Hampden, Colonel John; Cromwell, Colonel Oliver. Tract ... Worthy Discourse between ... London: Chapman & Hall, 1847. Sm 4to, orig gilt-lettered brown cloth; spine crudely repaired. With 5 inserted plates. All with bookplates on front paste-down. $80-120 239 141121/12 4 vols. American Clymers &c: Marmontel, [Jean Francois]. The History of Belisarius. [Philadelphia: Crukshank], 1770. 12mo, contemp 1/4 sheep & bds. Some internal spotting & dust smudging. Evans 11715. * Ross, James. The Philadelphia Practical Vocabulary, Latin & English. Philadelphia: Thomas and William Bradford, 1806. 12mo, contemp speckled sheep; scuffed, extremities rubbed. Presentation copy to D. Clymer from the “author,” other Clymer family 19th-century ownership signatures. Am Imprints 11298. * [Kraister, Charles V.] The Poles in the United States of America ... and the History of Poland. Philadelphia: Kiderlen and Stollmyer, 1837. 12mo, contemp cloth-backed bds; scuffed & occasionally rubbed. Clymer family ownership signatures & inscr. Am Imprints 45093. * [Jenyns, Soame.] Disquisitions on Several Subjects. London: for J. Dodsley, 1782. 2nd ed. Sm 8vo, contemp sheep; scuffed, extremities rubbed. Some internal dust smudging & dampstaining. Clymer family ownership signatures on free front endpaper. $100-150


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240 131919/15 1 vol. The American Equal Rights Association. Proceedings of the First Anniversary ... Held at the Church of the Puritans, New York, May 9 and 10, 1867. New York: Robert J. Johnston, 1867. 1st ed. 8vo, orig ptd sewn green wrappers; front wrapper detached & chipped at edges - text intact. Internally clean. Formed by Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone & Frederick Douglass to “secure equal rights to all American citizens.... Suffrage, irrespective of race, color or sex.” $250-400 241 138088/37 † 3 vols. American Patriots - Primarily Mid 19th-Century Color & Lithographic Printing: (Orr, Hector, editor & printer.) The Native American: A Gift for the People. Philadelphia, 1845. 4to, later 19th-century 3/4 olive-green morocco & marbled bds, gilt, spine gilt, t.e.g., raised bands; spine fading to brown, occasionally scuffed. With 3 engraved portraits, ornamental ownership leaf, vignette titles. Ptd in red with blue borders on white paper. Occasional light to moderate foxing. Sabin 52038. * Reigart, J. Franklin. The United States Album. Lancaster, 1844-45. 4to, gilt-pictorial & decorated brick red publisher’s morocco; rubbed & repaired, casing coming loose. With plain & hand-colored plates, vignettes & facs. Presentation copy to Richard Rush, US Minister to France, on behalf of the publisher by an associate. * Preble, George Henry. Our Flag Origin and Progress. Albany: Joel Munsel, 1872. 1st ed. 8vo, orig brown cloth, spine gilt; foot of spine rubbed away, light edge wear, hinges stressed. With 12 color litho plates, other illus. Frontis detached. With (2) autograph letters signed by author mtd to front matter. Darkening to endpapers. Bookplate of Admiral Preble among bookplates on front pastedown. $250-400 241A 138088/83 † 5 vols. American Revolution: Thacher, James. A Military Journal during The American Revolutionary War, from 1775-1783. Boston: Richardson and Lord, 1823. 1st ed. 8vo, later 19th-century 1/2 morocco & marbled bds; moderately scuffed. Dampstain to bottom fore-edge quadrant of title & then receding through bottom fore-edge corner of first 50pp, otherwise internally clean. Howes T-149. * [Thatcher, Benjamin.] A Retrospect of the Boston Tea-Party. New York: S.S. Bliss, 1834. 1st ed. 12mo, contemp white bds; edge war, moderately dusty. Frontis. Moderate foxing throughout. Untrimmed. Howes T-152. * (Putman, General Israel, subject.) Dawson, Henry B. Gleanings from the Harvest-Field of American History. Morrisania, NY, 1860. Vol 6: “A Correspondence on this Subject,... by ‘Selah’ [A. Clifford Griswald].” 4to, contemp 3/4 scarlet morocco & marbled bds, gilt, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed; light edge wear. Internally clean.1/250. Sabin 18939. * Benson, Egbert. Vindication of the Captors of Major Andre. New York, 1865. #71/80 (of 115). 8vo, contemp 3/4 green morocco & marbled

bds, gilt; spine fading to brown, joints & corners rubbed. Internally generally clean. Wide margins. Howes B-360. * Braddock, MajorGeneral Edward. Orderly Books. Cumberland, MD: W.H. Lowdermilk, 1878. 8vo, contemp 3/4 brown morocco & marbled bds, gilt; light wear, orig ptd gray wrappers (dated 1880) bound in. Frontis map, extra illus with 8 plates (wood-, steel- & copper-engraved, 1 halftone). Related newspaper clippings on inserted back blank. Untrimmed. $250-400 243 131919/11 2 vols. American Revolution & Its Aftermath: [Livingston, Robert] Cato. Examination of the Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation Between The United States and GreatBritain. [New York]: Thomas Greenleaf, 1795. 12mo, modern 1/2 purple-brown crushed morocco & cloth. Some foxing to title, trimmed - a few heads shaved close. Ex-library, ink stamp on p59. Evans 28980. * “Conspiracy of Arnold, and Sir Henry Clinton, Against the United States, and Against George Washington.” [Philadelpbia, 1817.] Extract from The American Register, Vol II, pp(1)63. 8vo, early 20th-century gilt-paneled full crimson morocco, spine gilt, a.e.g., inner dentelles gilt. Some internal dampstaining. Mid19th-century enraved portraits of G. Washington & B. Arnold tipped in. Morocco bookplate of Frank C. Deering on front free endpaper recto. $200-300 244 138088/93 † 4 vols. Burk, John [Daly], et al. The History of Virginia from the First Settlement to the Present Day. Petersburg, VA, 1804, 1805, 1816. 8vo, late 19th-century 3/4 green polished calf & marbled bds, spines richly gilt, t.e.g., other edges stained yellow; occasionally scuffed. Scattered light foxing & spotting. Heads of vol 4 shaved close. Early owner’s ink signatures at head of titles in vols 1 & 2, edges of vol 2 title & front matter moderately darkened. Bookplates on front paste-downs. Howes B-971, “Vol 4 was the joint work of Skelton Jones & Louis H. Girardin, aided by Thomas Jefferson; most copies of that volume were burned.” $1,000-1,500 245 141121/20 1 vol. (California Gold Rush.) Wheeler, Frank. Autograph Letter Signed. San Francisco, Jan 8, 1850. 2pp, sm folio; light creases along old folds. “About the first or middle of March start for the mines up the Uber River.” With related small format wash drawing of a miner with pick working his claim. $120-180


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246 131919/5 2 vols. Clarkson, Thomas. The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1808. 1st ed. 8vo, modern full polished tan speckled calf, black & maroon morocco spine labels; very occasionally, very slightly scuffed. With fold map & 2 plates (incl lg fold plate). Light to moderate foxing & offsetting to map & fold plate, small tear with no paper loss at gutter along fold in map, small area (1 x 1/4 in; 25 x 5mm) extending from 5 to 6 inches below top edge along outermost vertical fold, top of that fold starting to separate, light to moderate foxing to plate depicting shackles. Scattered light foxing to text, but generally crisp, attractive copy. $500-800 247 131919/6 1 vol. Douglass, Frederick. My Bondage and My Freedom. New York and Auburn, 1855. 1st ed. 12mo, orig olive green cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light edge wear, slightly scuffed, just starting to fade. With 3 plates, incl frontis portrait. Moderate to moderately heavy foxing to frontis, moderate foxing to other plates, other generally light foxing throughout. Sound copy. With ms & stamped ownerships on front endpaper. Sabin 20714. $300-500 248 131812/48 1 vol. Earle, Thomas. A Treatise on Rail-Roads and Internal Communications. Philadelphia: John Grigg, 1830. 8vo, old (orig?) cloth-backed bds; worn & spotted, with old ms cover label. With 4 plates (2 fold), 2 fold maps with outline color. Fold map 1 separated along folds, but complete; close tear along part of fold of plate 2, close tears along map folds. Dampstaining at edges & into body of fold plates, scattered moderate spotting. Casing coming loose. Untrimmed. Rough but complete copy. First edition on the subject written in the United States. Howes E-11. $250-400 249 138088/64 †1 vol. Foote, Commander Andrew H. Africa and the American Flag. New York: D. Appleton, 1854. 1st ed. 12mo, orig gilt-pictorial brown cloth; occasionallt slightly scuffed, edges trimmed. With 8 litho plates (incl map & views) tinted & two-tone. Light to moderate offsetting, scattered light foxing. Presentation copy to Alfred Day, Esq. of Philadelphia, inscr & signed by the author on front free endpaper recto; tipped-in autograph letter signed, Andrew A. Foote, Phila, Naval Asylum, May 15, 1855, 2pp, 8vo, to Captain Alfred Day, Navy Agent, Phila.

Bookplate of Alfred Day among several others on front pastedown. Tight, attractive copy complete with advts & pub cat. Sabin 25013. $120-180 250 138088/133 †4 vols. Gordon, William. The History of the Rise, Progress and Establishment of the Independence of The United States. London, 1788. 1st ed. 8vo, contemp blind-paneled calf, marbled endpapers & edges; spines blistered, joints crudely repaired. With 9 fold maps. Light to moderate offsetting & foxing to maps & adjoining leaves incl titles, other scattered light foxing. Bookplates on front pastedowns $500-800 251 131919/7 2 vols. Gregg, Josiah. Commerce of the Prairies, or the Journal of a Santa Fe Trader. New York, 1844; New York & London, 1844. 1st ed, 1st issue of vol 1; 2nd issue of vol 2. 12mo, orig uniform giltpictorial brown cloth, gilt-lettered & pictorial spine, untrimmed edges; corners bumped, spine ends frayed, head & foot of front joint of vol 2 starting to separate & rub away, minor staining & scuffing to vol 2 covers. With fold map & 6 plates. Light scattered foxing in vol 1, fold map in excellent state of preservation, moderate foxing to vol 2 title & frontis, other scattered light foxing, dampstain tide line at head of vol 2 front matter receding through half of vol, some foxing to blanks in vol 2. With Pettes Memorial Library late 19thcentury labels on front pastedowns, long-married set. Custom cloth box. Howes G-401, chief contemporary authority on the Sante Fe trade route; Wagner-Camp 108:8. $600-900 252 131012/25 3 vols. Hall, Basil. Travels in North America in the Years 1827 and 1828. Edinburgh, 1830. 3rd ed. 12mo, contemp gilt-ruled calf, rebacked, morocco spine labels; occasionally blistered, edges worn and corners bumped. Fold table, fold hand-colored map; a few short tears - no paper loss, some offsetting, scattered light foxing, some moderate foxing to front matter. Howes H-47. $100-150 253 131919/12 4 vols (3 wrappers - 2 disbound). Alexander Hamilton: Hamilton, Alexander. Letter from ... Concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams Esq. New York; Philadelphia, 1800. 5th ed. 8vo, orig sewn ptd self wrappers. (1)-54(2)pp. Untrimmed, but


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bottom fore-edge corner of p43 - back wrapper torn away. Some dampstaining. Sabin 29959. * [Cheetham, James.] An Answer to Alexander Hamilton’s Letter Concerning ... John Adams. New York: Johnson & J. Stryker, 1800. 1st ed. 8vo, orig sewn self wrappers, disbound. Small blister on last page - loss of a few letters, but generally crisp & clean. Evans 37170; Howes C-334. * Mason, J.M. An Oration, Commemorative of the Late Major-General Alexander Hamilton ... New York: Hopkins & Seymour, 1804. 1st ed. 8vo, modern morocco & labels. Internally generally clean. Sabin 45460. * Hamilton, Alexander. The Soundness of the Policy of Protecting Domestic Manufacturers. Philadelphia: J.R.A. Sherrett, 1817. 1st ed. 8vo, self wrappers, disbound. Slightlly toned, generally clean. Sabin 29984. $300-500 254 141002/9 1 vol. (Hebrew Printing.) Lesser, Isaac, ed. The Form of Daily Prayers According to the Custom of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews. Philadelphia: C. Sherman, 5606 [1846]. Vol 1 (of 5) only, Daily Prayers. 8vo, orig sheep, gilt-ruled spine, black morocco spine label; scuffed, joints starting to stress. Internally clean & crisp. 1868 ink ownership signature of D.C. Levy. $120-180 255 131941/11 1 vol. Hopkinson, Francis. The Miscellaneous Essays and Occasional Writings. Philadelphia: T. Dobson, 1792. Vol 3 (of 3) only. 8vo, orig bds; spine & edges rubbed. Contains: “Judgements in the Admiralty of Pennsylvania,” “Poems.” Internally clean, bdg beginning to break. Untrimmed & partly unopened. Evans 24407. $100-150 256 132059/2 1 piece. Jefferson, Thomas. Engraved Facsimile Manuscript. (Draft.) “A Declaration by the Representatives of the United States of America.” N.p., [ca 1829]. 4 folio sheets. Ealiest engraving of Jefferson’s draft of the Declaration. Minor foxing. Framed. $1,500-2,000 257 141121/14 1 vol (disbound). Levin, Lewis C. A Lecture on Irish Repeal. Philadelphia, 1844. 8vo, orig self wrappers; disbound, scattered spotting, edges slightly discolored. (1)-24 (2) pp. Anti-Catholic tract by the first American Jew elected to Congress, leader of the “Know-Nothings.” $80-120

258 138088/113 † 1 vol. Lyman, Payson W. History of Easthampton:... with a Genealogical Record ... Southampton: Trumbull & Gere, 1866. 1st ed. 12mo, contemp 3/4 brown morocco & marbled bds; joints rubbed. Orig ptd front wrapper preserved. Scattered light foxing, internally generally clean. Close tear in front wrapper - no paper loss. Untrimmed & partly unopened. Bookplates on front pastedown. Sabin 42793. $120-180 259 131993/11 1 vol. [Marshall, John.] The Life of George Washington. Maps and Subscriber’s Names. Philadelphia: C.P. Wayne, 1807. Atlas vol only. 1st ed. 4to, orig sheep-backed marbled bds, orange paper front cover label; spine & edges rubbed, front cover detached. With 10 engraved maps (fold & double-page); light to moderate offsetting. Complete with 22pp list of subscribers. Attractive atlas vol. Howes M-317. $500-800 260 138088/105 † 5 vols. Native American Subjects - Americana: Works partly relating to Native Americans. Volney, C.F. View of the Climate & Soil of the United States. London, 1804. 1st English ed. 8vo, contemp calf & marbled bds; worn & repaired. With 2 fold maps & 2 fold plates. Internally generally clean. Howes V-141. * Dawson, Moses. A Historical Narrative of the Civil and Military Services of Major-General William H. Harrison,... His Negotiations and Wars with the Indians. Cincinnati, 1824. 8vo, later 19th-century 3/4 black morocco & marbled bds, gilt. Moderate toning & scattered foxing. Complete with errata half-page. Untrimmed. 2 engraved portraits inserted. Sabin 18956; Field 407. * The Life of Major-General William Henry Harrison. Philadelphia: Grigg & Elliot, et al., 1840. 8vo, late 19th-century 3/4 morocco & marbled bds, gilt; scuffed. With 8 plates (presumably with 3 of the 4 for this work + 5 inserted). Sabin 30585. * Harris, Thaddeus M. Biographical Memorials of James Oglethorpe ... Boston, 1841. 8vo, contemp calf & marbled bds; spine & joints crudely repaired. Lacking map & plates. Scattered light to moderate foxing. Howes H232. * Gregg, Alexander. History of the Old Cheraws. New York: Richardson, 1867. 8vo, orig terra-cotta cloth, gilt-lettered spine; occasionally scuffed. With 4 maps. Internally generally clean. Presentation copy, inscr & signed by the “author” on front free endpaper. Howes G-399; Field 627. All with bookplates on front paste-downs. Lot includes Harrison 1840 Baltimore Convention presidential campaign silk ribbon. $500-800


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261 138088/97 † 3 vols. Native American Subjects: Edwards, Jonathan, ed. An Account of the Life of the Late Reverand Mr. David Brainerd,... Missionary to the Indians. Edinburgh, 1765. 1st British ed, with Brainerd’s journal while with the Indians. 8vo, 19th-century 3/4 brown morocco & marbled bds, gilt; scuffed, joints rubbed. Internally generally clean. Howes E-50; see Field 486. * Kellet, Alexander. The Mental Novelist. London: W. Lane, 1783. 2nd ed. Sm 8vo, contemp 1/2 brown morocco & marbled bds; front cover detached. Scattered mostly minor spotting, a few old ink annotations. Untrimmed. Howes K-32, “Includes narrative of Daniel Menzie’s captivity among the Georgia Cherokees.” * McCoy, Isaac. Remarks on the Practicability of Indian Reform, Embracing Colonization. New York, 1829. 2nd ed (with appendix added). 12mo, contemp calf & marbled bds. Scattered light to moderate foxing. Trimmed - some loss to numerals at heads. Howes M-70, one of the earliest suggestions for reservation system; see Field 985. All with bookplates to front paste-downs. $400-700 262 132564/1 5 vols. (Native American.) Schoolcraft, Henry R. (Historical and Statistical Information Respecting ... the Indian Tribes of the United States.) Information Respecting the History, Condition and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States. Philadelphia: Grambo & Company, 1853; 1852; 1853; 1854; 1855. Vols 1-5 (of 6). 4to, orig gilt-pictorial green (vols 2, 4, 5) or brown (vols 1, 3) cloth; covers of vol 5 fading to blue, light edge wear, spine of vol 2 starting to separate. With half-titles, engraved & letterpress titles, 270 plates & maps. Scattered light foxing, generally clean & crisp. 2nd 4to issue. Presentation copy inscr to Captain A[miel] W[eeks] Whipple on front pastedown by Schoolcraft (vols 1-3), G[eorge] W[ashington] Manypenny, Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (vol 4) & the acting director (vol 5). A.W. Whipple, 1818-1863, American military engineer & surveyor, published from 1855-1857 the Exploration and Surveys...for a Railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, mortally wounded as brigade general at the Battle of Chancellorsville. Howes S-183; Sabin 77855; Field 1379. $3,000-5,000 See also color illustration on page 70 263 141044/4 1 vol. (Native American.) Taylor, Joseph H. Sketches of Frontier and Indian Life on the Upper Missouri and Great Plains. Pottstown, PA, 1889. 1st ed. 8vo, orig 1/2 maroon morocco & bds; spine ends & corners rubbed, joints stressed, often scuffed. With 12 plates (incl half-tone photos), other illus. Scattered internal spotting. Some dust smudging to endpapers. Howes T-68. $500-800

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264 138088/43 † 2 vols. Native American Subjects: [Welch, Andrew.] A Narrative of the Early Days and Rememberances of Oceola Nikkanochee,... London: Hatchard & Son, 1841. 8vo, orig blind-stamped green cloth, gilt-lettered spine; light wear. With 3 litho plates. Very scattered light foxing. Untrimmed. Bottom of front hinge just starting to crack, but a sound, generally bright copy. Howes W-230. * Eastman, Mary H. Chicora and Other Regions. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, 1854. 1st ed. 4to, orig gilt & blindstamped blue cloth, spine gilt, a.e.g.; light wear. With 21 plates. Light to moderate foxing & darkening to text leaves & plates, but sound copy in bright bdg. Howes E-18. Both with bookplates on pastedowns. $300-500 265 138088/57 † 5 vols. New England - Decription, Travel & History: Snow, Caleb, H. A History of Boston. Boston: Able Bowen, 1828. 2nd ed. 8vo, later 19th-century 1/2 polished black calf & marbled bds & edges, gilt, spine gilt; light wear. With 3 maps, 18 plates, woodengraved text illus. Light foxing & minor offsetting. Attractive copy. Howes S-741. * Allen, William. The History of Norridgewock. Norridgewock, [ME]: E.J. Peet, 1849. 1st ed. 12mo, modern 3/4 morocco & marbled bds, gilt. With additional vignette title + 6 plates. Some dampstaining throughout. Howes A-164. * [Homer, Winslow; Danvers, MA.] Proceedings at Reception and Dinner in Honor of George Peabody. Boston, 1856. 8vo, orig richly gilt blue cloth; some moderate edge wear. With 2 portraits + 16 tinted litho views. Occasional minor staining. Incl examples of Homer’s work as an apprentice. Sabin 18517. * Hough, Franklin B. Papers Relating to the Island of Nantucket. Albany, 1856. 1/150. 4to, contemp 1/2 green morocco & marbled bds, spine gilt, speckled edges; occasionally scuffed. Fold color map. Sound, internally clean copy. Howes H-682; Sabin 33147. * Nanson, Elias. Sir Henry Frankland, Baronet: or, Boston in the Colonial Times. Albany, 1865. 1/250 (of 300). 8vo, contemp 1/2 brown morocco & marbled bds, spine gilt; occasionally scuffed. Some spotting to title, internally clean. Sabin 51887. Bookplates on front paste-downs. $300-500


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266 141017/5 5 vols. New York City &c: Belden, E. Porter. New York: Past, Present and Future;... History of the City ... Its Present Condition. New York, 1850. 2nd ed. 12mo, orig giltlettered red cloth; slightly dusty, spine ends frayed. Additional vignette title, frontis, fold map, text illus. [Bound with:] The American Adventurer. NY, 1849. 12mo. Scattered light foxing & occasional dampstaining. * Valentine, D.T. Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York for 1856. [NY, 1856.] 8vo, orig brown cloth, gilt; light wear. Fold maps, tinted & plain litho views, facs &c. * _ _. Manual ... 1864. [NY, 1865.] 8vo, orig green cloth; worn & chipped. Fold maps, color & tinted litho plates, etc. * _ _. Manual ... 1865. [NY, 1865.] 8vo, orig brown cloth, gilt; joints frayed. Lg fold color map, color litho plates, etc. * Cist, Charles. Cincinnati in 1841. Cincinnati, 1841. 12mo, orig cloth; light wear. With 6 (of 8) plates, advts. Light scattered foxing. Lot sold with all faults. $200-300 267 131916/3 1 vol (wrappers.) Owen, David Dale. First Report of a Geological Reconnaissance of the Northern Counties of Arkansas ... during ... 1857 and 1858. Little Rock: Johnson & Yerkes, State Printers, 1858. 1st ed. 8vo, orig self wrappers; dust smudged & dampstained. With 7 litho plates (plain frontis + 6 tinted), 2 full-page wood-engraved illus, text illus, figures in text. Some spotting & offsetting on title, upper half of fore-edge margins dampstained, images occasionally just touched. Sabin S8006. $100-150 268 141116/2 2 vols. Pensylvania German Imprints - 18th-Century: (Billmeyer, Michael, printer.) Weichenhan, Erasmus. Christliche Betrachtungen uber die evangelischen Texte. Germantown, 1791. 4to, contemp calf; expertly restored. Lacking free endpapers, mostly marginal dampstaining. Complete. Arndt 803; Evans 23975. * (Cist, Carl, printer.) Schultz, Christoph. Kurze Fragen ueber die christliche Glaubens-Lehre. Philadelphia, 1784. 8vo, contemp sheep, gilt-ruled spine; extremities scuffed. Scattered light foxing. Arndt 610; Evans 18779. $120-180

268A 141155/4 1 vol. Wild, J.C. Panorama and Views of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity. Philadelphia: J.T. Bowen, 1838. Folio, orig foliate brown cloth, orig black morocco cover label; corners slightly bumped, spine ends a little frayed, bottom 3 inches of spine starting to separate. With 24 litho plates, tissue guards. Scattered light foxing to plates, moderate foxing to tissue guards & versos of the 4 panorama plates. Attractive copy in exceptionally fresh period bdg. With period gift inscr on front free endpaper. Complete with orig endpapers. $1,500-2,000 269 141044/7 2 vols. Porter, [Jane]. Thaddeus of Warsaw. Boston: Lincoln & Edmands for Lemuel Blake, 1809. 1st Am ed. 12mo, contemp sheep, red & black morocco spine labels; bd scuffed & expertly repaired. Moderate foxing & some discoloration to front matter, other light foxing. Without free endpaper in vol 1. Early (1810) owner’s ink signature on half-title, early bookplate on pastedown. 1st Am ed of this early example of an historical novel. American Imprints 18428, locating 4 copies. $80-120 270 138088/55 † 1 vol. (Railroading - Baltimore, Ohio & Related Companies.) Photo Album. N.p., ca 1940. Approx 200 snapshots, 4 1/2 x 2 3/4 in; 115 x 70mm. Subjects include 19th- & 20th-century steam locomotives, several late 19th & early 20th-century trolleys, a few diesel locomotives, rail beds &c. $80-120 271 121894/12 1 piece. Taft, William Howard. Photographic Glass Negative. 1908 Presidential Campaign. Taft/Sherman banner, “Drug, Chemical and Allied Trades Republican Origin ... “ 17 x 14 in; 430 x 355mm. $150-250


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272 138088/88 † 6 vols. Virginia - Description & Travel, History & Historical Fiction: [Davis, John, et al.] The First Settlers of Virginia, An Historical Novel. Wilmington, DE: Robert Porter for Simon Kollock, 1825. 3rd ed. 12mo, 19th-century 3/4 dark brown morocco & marbled bds; joints rubbed. Generally moderate foxing & spotting throughout. * [Nicklin, Philip H.] Letters Descriptive of Virginia Springs. Philadelphia: H.S. Tanner, 1837. 12mo, orig foliate-embossed brown cloth, spine gilt; light wear, a little sunned. Wood-engraved & letterpress frontis, fold color map. Light to moderate foxing to text, minor creasing to map folds. Howes N-148. * Foote, William H. Sketches of Virginia. Philadelphia, 1850. (Series I.) 8vo, orig brown cloth, spine gilt; light wear, scattered minor spotting. Lacking frontis. * Meade, Bishop [William]. Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1861. 2 vols. 8vo, contemp 3/4 tan calf & marbled bds & edges, spines gilt, morocco spine labels; occasionally scuffed. With 20 plates. Internally generally clean. Howes M-562, calling for 22 plates; Sabin 47240. * Coale, Charles B. The Life and Adventures of Wilburn Waters, Embracing Early History of Southwestern Virginia. Richmond: G.W. Gary, 1878. 12mo, orig blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine. Light wear. Howes C-507. All with bookplates on front paste-downs. $500-800 273 138088/36 † 7 vols. Virginia - History - Primarily Colonial: Byrd, William. The Westover Manuscripts. Petersberg, 1841. 1st ed. 8vo, later 19th-century 3/4 brown morocco & marbled bds, gilt; joints & extremities rubbed. Scattered light foxing. Howes B-1077. * Wingfield, Edward M. A Discourse of Virginia. Boston, 1860. 1/100. Edited by Charles Deane. Lg 8vo, modern buckram, orig salmon front wrapper preserved. Internally generally clean. Presenation copy from the editor, with 1868 editor’s ALs relating to this work tipped in. Howes W-565, “First printing of a 1613 ms.” * Grantham, Sir Thomas. Historical Account of Some Memorable Actions, Particularly in Virginia. Richmond, 1882. #183/250. 8vo, contemp 1/2 morocco & marbled bds; joints rubbed. Internally generally clean. Howes G-313. * Chamberlayne, Churchill G. The Vestry Book and Register of Bristol Parrish, Virginia, 1720-1789. Richmond, 1898. #27/500. 8vo, orig gray cloth, paper spine label; slightly scuffed & a little dusty. Internally a little dusty.* Lewis, General Andrew. The Orderly Book. Richmond, 1860. 1/100 (of 110). Edited by Charles Campbell. Historical Documents from the Old Dominion. No 1. Sq 8vo, late 19th-century green morocco & marbled bds, gilt. Internally generally clean. Howes L-306. * Byrd, William. History of the Dividing Line and Other Tracts. Richmond, 1866. 1/200. 2 vols. 8vo, morocco & marbled bds; rubbed, worn & repaired. Lacking map & plates. Howes B-1077. $300-500

274 138088/114 † 5 vols. Virginia & North Carolina - The American Revolution and Revolutionary Fathers: Searson, John. Mount Vernon, A Poem. Philadelphia: Folwell, [1800]. 8vo, orig sheep, gilt-ruled spine, morocco spine label; scuffed, extremities rubbed. Stipple-engraved portrait of G. Washington. Front blank repaired. Evans 38479. * Lyman, T.P.H. The Life of Thomas Jefferson,... Late Ex-President of The United States. Philadelphia, 1826. 8vo, 19th-century morocco & marbled bds; scuffed, joints & extremities rubbed, orig ptd green wrappers bound in. Frontis portrait of Jefferson. Light creasing to wrappers, some toning & spotting to text. Howes H-581. * Jones, Jo. Seawell. A Defence of the Revolutionary History of the State of North Carolina from the Aspersions of Mr. Jefferson. Boston, 1834. 12mo, orig rose cloth, paper spine label; head of spine crudely repaired, front joint splitting, spine detached. Scattered light foxing. Untrimmed. Howes J-234. * [Gilpin, Thomas.] Exiles in Virginia ... The Society of Friends During the Revolutionary War. Philadelphia, 1848. 8vo, contemp moroccobacked cloth; joints rubbed. Fold facs. Scattered light foxing. Sabin 27464. All with bookplates to front paste-downs. $200-300 275 131000/26 3 vols. Warren, Mrs. Percy. The History of the Rise, Progress and Termination of the American Revolution. Boston: Manning and Loring for E. Larkin, 1805. 1st ed. 8vo, orig tree sheep, black morocco spine labels; rubbed, occasionally blistered, joints starting to become tender. Light foxing to front & back matter. Early ink ownership signature at head of titles. Howes W-122, “First important historical work by an American woman.” $150-250 276 138088/145 † 22 vols. Washington, George. Eulogies &c: Ames, Fisher. An Oration on the Sublime Virtues of General George Washington. Boston: Young & Minns, Printers to the State, [1800]. 8vo, disbound. Some spotting & dust smudging, mostly at front. Library stamp on title. Evans 36828. * The 2nd ptg of the preceding. 8vo, disbound. With front blank. Minor spotting & browning, early ink editor additions. E 36829. * Barnard, Thomas. A Sermon ... on the Death of General George Washington. Salem: Thomas C. Cushing, [1800]. 8vo, disbound. Minor spotting. E 36896. * Barnes, David. Discourse ... to Mourn ... General George Washington. Boston: Manning & Loring, [1800]. 8vo, orig ptd self wrappers. Generally clean. E 36897. * Cummings, Henry. An Eulogy on the Late Patriot George Washington. Amherst: Samuel Preston, 1800. 8vo, orig ptd self wrappers (half-title). Some spotting, creasing & minor chipping at edges. Untrimmed. Ink stamp on half-title. E 37271. * Fisher, Nathaniel. A Sermon ... Death of Generel George Washington. Salem: Thomas C. Cushing, [1800]. 8vo, disbound. E 37425. * Griffith,


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William. An Oration ... In Commemoration of Gen. George Washington. Trenton: G. Craft, 1800. 8vo, disbound. Scattered light foxing. E 37548. * Hopkins, Daniel. A Sermon ... on the Death of General George Washington. Salem: Thomas C. Cushing, [1800]. 8vo, disbound. With half-title. Scattered, minor spotting. E 37646. * [Kinlock, Francis.] Eulogy on George Washington, Esq., deceased. Georgetown, SC: John Burd, 1800. 8vo, mid 19th-century 3/4 morocco & marbled bds. Minor internal toning. Early owner’s ink signature on title. E 37735. * Linn, John Blair. The Death of Washington. A Poem. Philadelphia: John Ormrod, 1800. 8vo, disbound. Scattered minor spotting. E 37832. * Minot, George Richard. An Eulogy on George Washington. Boston: Manning & Loring, [1800]. “Second Edition.” 8vo, disbound. With half-title. Generally clean. E 37967. * Parish, Elijah. An Oration, on the Day of National Mourning ... General George Washington. Newburyport: Angier March, [1800]. 8vo, disbound. With half-title. Minor spotting, small ink stain on p5. Early owner’s ink signtature on half-title. E 38184. * Parker, Isaac. An Oration on the Sublime Virtues of General George Washinton. Portland: Elezer Alley Jenks, [1800]. 8vo, disbound. Light to moderate foxing. E 38190. * Patten, William. A Discourse ... Occasioned by the Death of General George Washinton. Newport: Henry Barber, 1800. 8vo, disbound. Scattered light spotting, minor dampstaining at fore-edge. Red ink stamp on title. Lacking half-title. E 38197. * Savage, Ezekiel. An Eulogy on Gen. George Washington. Salem: Joshua Cushing, 1800.

8vo, disbound. With half-title. Minor scattered spotting. E 38466. * Sewell, Jonathan Mitchell. Eulogy on the Late General Washinton. Portsmouth, NH: William Treadwell, [1800]. Sm 4to, disbound. Generally clean. Numbers in old red ink on top fore-edge corners, red stamp on title. E 38489. * Spalding, Joshua. A Sermon ... on the Death of General Washington. Salem: Thomas C. Cushing, [1800]. 8vo, disbound. Scattered minor spotting. With half-title. E 38540. * Vining, John. Eulogium ... General George Washinton. Philadelphia: John Ormrod, 1800. 8vo, mid-19th-century 1/2 calf & marbled bds. Casing loose. Slightly toned, minor spotting. With defective halftitle. E 38946. * Washington, George. The Address of the Late ... Salem: Joshua Cushing, 1800. 8vo, disbound. Scattered spotting, old ink annotations. E 38984. * White, Daniel Appleton. A Eulogy on George Washington. Haverhill, [MA]: Seth H. More, 1800. 8vo, disbound. Minor scattered spotting. With half-title. E 39088. * Whitewell, Benjamin. An Eulogy on the Virtues of General George Washington. Hallowell [Disctrict of ME]: Peter Edes, 1800. Sm 4to, disbound. Genereally clean. With half-title. Inscr & signed by “the author” on half-title. E 39097. * The Will of General George Washington. London: Stower & Hare, 1800. 8vo, mid-19th-century 1/2 morocco & marbled bds. [Bound with:] Smith, William. Eulogium on Benjamin Franklin. London: T. Cadell, 1792. With half-title. Minor spotting. $3,000-5,000


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277 148020/12 1 piece. Washington, George. Autograph Letter Signed. Mount Vernon, Aug 5, 1796. 2pp, 4to; small old cello tape reinforcement along the top 3 inches of fold of a portion of the integral leaf. To Timothy Pickering, marked private, discussing with his Secretary of State the mathematical & moral qualifications of Mr. Churchman & Mr. Hawkins to serve as Surveyor General, “I have not yet been able to hear of a character that combines the requisite qualifications for this trust.� Signed as president. Clean, clear & generally dark, in excellent state of presentation, a few inconsequential light areas in signature. In double-pane frame with hand-colored mezzotint portrait. Docketed. Fitzpatrick, vol 35, pp 164 & 165 (erroneously giving the recipient as the Secretary of the Treasury. Timothy Pickering, 1845-1829, early supporter of the American Revolution, served as Adjutant General of the Continental Army, Quartermaster General, US Postmaster General, Secretary of War & State, also served in the Senate & House of Representatives. $20,000-30,000


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278 132341/4 1 vol. Watts, Isaac. The Psalms of David Imitated. Boston: Thomas of Andrews, 1791. 8vo, contemp sheep; rubbed, covers detached but present, spine ends rubbed away. Trimmed, title edges darkened, scattered spotting. Contemp ptd prayer label mtd on inside back cover. With 1p advts. Evans 23192. $80-120

EPHEMERA &c Lots 279-289 279 141088/1 1 vol. (American Civil War Scrapbook.) Also incl abolitionist & post-war material to ca 1890s relating to the aftermath of slavery. Mostly mtd periodical clippings, ca 1850-1900. Also incl photos: Hesler, Alexander, Abraham Lincoln, Springfield, IL, June 3, 1860, mtd albumen print, 9 1/4 x 7 1/4 in; 230 x 185mm, printed by George Bucher Ayres, 1881 or later; mtd cartes-de-visite & other small format photos of William Lloyd Garrison, Charles Sumner, Robert Purvis & Lucretia Mott. * Ye Book of Copperheads. Philadelphia: F. Leypoldt, 1863. Oblong 12mo, orig wrappers; some wear. Laid in loose. Also small format photos of Libby Prison, autograph signature of W.G. Brownlow, song sheets, anti-slavery & anti-negro ephemera. $500-800 280 132343/1 Lot. Cigar Band Album. Ca 1920-1940. 12mo, orig cloth. Holding approx 180 mtd chromolitho, primarily Cuban cigar bands + approx 100 examples. About 1/3 of mtd bands abraded. $120-180 281 141069/23 1 piece. French Theatre Model. Ca 1830. Approx 12 hand-colored pieces. Miniature sets &c, with wooden stand, in orig gilt-decorated worn box. Scattered wear to pieces. Sold with all faults. $200-300 See color illustration on page 72

282 141044/20 1 vol. (Pastimes.) “Sewing/Paper Folding” - cover title. N.p., n.d. ca 1900. Oblong 4to, orig gilt-lettered dark green cloth, silk ties; joints & edges slightly frayed. 15 accordian-style double-sided panels with orig samples of fanciful sewing on 1 side & silk paper foldings (oragami style) on the other + 1 one-sided panel of paper foldings. Panels approx 11 x 9 in; 280 x 230mm. Clean & intact. $100-150 283 131576/18 1 vol. (Postcard Album.) “Album Pour Cartes Postales.” [Paris, ca 1910.] Oblong folio, orig color decorated maroon cloth; some edge wear. Primarily views of Paris, other French departments & Madgascar. Also French comic & greeting cards. All ca 1904-1908. Over 100 Madagascar views, many Parisian street views. Most uncolored. $300-500 284 BRISK2014/2 1 vol. Victorian Chromolithographic Die-Cut, Trade & Greeting Card Album.American, ca 1890. Folio, contemp morocco & cloth; spine defective. More than 500 pieces on 52 leaves, incl lg format. Many desirable subjects & elaborate pieces. $200-300 285 141121/15 1 vol. (Victorian Album.) English, ca 1840. 4to, orig richly gilt brown morocco; edges occasionally worn. Approx 100 leaves. Lacy hand-colored ownership card of Georgina Mary Hornblow Griffiths, Marle Hill, [Gloucestershire]. Incl lacy cards, valentines, orig watercolors & pencil drawings (incl representations of birds & butterflies), ms poems embellished with watercolor, pen & ink vignettes. Also colored lithos & engraved views. $250-400 286 138088/146A † Lot. Ephemera - Trade Cards & Other 19th-Century Paper Ephemera: Primarily American, much relating to Philadelphia. Approx 100 pieces. $100-200


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287 138088/147 † Lot. Ephemera, Pamphlets &c - Relating to Germantown & the Battle of Germantown: Mid-19th- & early 20th-century material. Over 100 pieces. $100-200 288 138088/144 † Lot. Prints - Primarily Views & Portraits: Chiefly mid-19th & early 20th-century. Many engravings & lithos. Much relating to Philadelphia. Several hundred pieces, 4to & smaller. $250-400 289 138088/142 † Lot. Americana - Pamphlets, Periodicals &c: Primarily 19th- & early 20th-century American imprints. Over 100 pieces. $250-400

MANUSCRIPTS Lots 290-306 290 141017/7B 1 vol. Album of Original Watercolors & Pencil Drawings. American, ca 1880-1900. 4to, orig gilt-paneled black morocco; minor edge wear. “Isabella Wright, 20th April 1878” on front cover. Mtd & integral drawings, incl a small number of mtd die cuts & prints. $250-400 291 141116/1 1 vol. (Arabic Manuscript.) [Koran.] A.H. 1191; A.D. 1777. 4to, old calf; rubbed & worn. 256 gilt-illuminated vellum leaves. Moderate staining & discoloration throughout, several leaves repaired & heavily stained. $500-800

292 132432/1 1 vol. (Arabic Manuscript.) Koran in Naskhi Script. Ca 18th century. Approx 178 x 115mm, contemp embossed morocco with flap; spine & flap repaired. Approx 300 leaves in black ink on paper. 4 color illuminated leaves (2 front, 2 back), gilt illuminated throughout in red, blue & gold, verses separated by gold discs, sura headings in white ink on gold backgrounds, recitational marks in red. Expert repairs at margins of color illuminated leaves, intermittent minor smudging. Leaf size 174 x 112mm; written surface 120 x 68mm. Executed by Ibrahim al-Falahi (student of Ahmad an-Nazifi). Complete. $1,200-1,800 See color illustrations on page 71 293 132432/2 1 vol. (Arabic Manuscript.) Koran in Naskhi Script. Ca 18th century. Approx 165 x 105mm, contemp brown morocco with front flap; rebacked, scuffed. Approx 300 leaves in black ink on beige paper. 2 color illuminated pages at front, gilt illuminated throughout, doublelined gold borders, verses separated by gold discs, sura headings in white ink on gold backgrounds. Vocalized throughout. 1st color illuminated page chipped & repaired, minor marginal dampstaining at front, some small scattered spotting. Leaf size 164 x 113mm, written surface 114 x 63mm. Complete. $800-1,200 294 132432/3 1 vol. (Arabic Manuscript.) Koran in Naskhi Script. [Islamic Year 1260 (1844 AD).] 225 x 160mm, contemp brown morocco; spine repaired, scuffed, back cover detached but present. Borders ruled in red & blue, verses separated by gold discs, sura headings in red ink. Vocalized throughout. Leaf size 222 x 155mm, written surface 180 x 116mm. Minor smudging at front & back. Complete. $800-1,200 295 131000/69 2 pieces. Arabic Manuscript Leaves. (From al Jazuli, Dala’il al Khayyirat, or Guide to Good Deeds.) Maghibiri script. In red, black & green. 4 1/2 x 5 in; 114 x 127mm. Some staining in margins. Framed. $200-300


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296 131215/20 1 vol. (Arabic Manuscript.) al Jazuli. Dala’il al Khayyirat, or Guide to Good Deeds. 19th-century. 6 1/2 x 4 1/1 in, orig flexible morroco, gilt, with paper flaps; scuffed. Naskhi script. Approx 90 leaves, gilt & color illuminated, gilt borders. With double-page miniature of Mecca & Medina. Some internal staining. $1,000-1,500 297 141121/16 1 vol. (American 19th-Century Manuscript.) Smith, Samuel Stanhope. Lecture Notes. Ca 1790-1795. 4to, orig 1/4 sheep & bds; rubbed. 176 numbered pages. Possibly in Samuel Stanhope Smith’s hand, but not impossibly in a student’s hand. Written in the first person, later incorporated into Smith’s lectures on moral and political philosphy published in 1812. Provenance: family of Daniel Clymer, with the Princeton Tuition & Board receipt of 1806 of Edward Tilghman Clymer & the initials “W.H.C.” (likely William Heister Clymer] at head of 1st page. Samuel Stanhope Smith, 1750-1819, professor of moral philosophy & president of Princeton University. $600-900 298 121894/22 1 piece. (American Slavery.) Manuscript Document. Cecil County, MD, 1802. 2pp, 4to; tears, separations. Will of William Gillespie. $100-150 299 141121/19 1 piece. (American Slavery.) Woods, Adam. Manuscript Document Signed. Lancaster County, PA, May 4, 1791. 1p, 4to. Conforming to the Gradual Abolition Act of Pennsylvania of 1780 in the manumission of Hannah, a mulatto female born in 1791, when she arrives at the age of 21. $120-180 300 138088/29A † 1 piece. (American Slavery.) Manuscript Document. [Virginia], Jan 1, 1848. 1p, 4 1/4 x 8 in; 108 x 203mm. Promissory note to rent services of a negro man, “the said negro to have usual clothing with one hat and blanket.” $120-180

301 141121/18 1 vol. (German Manuscript.) 19th-Century Songbook. 12mo, orig ptd pictorial wrappers; worn. 36pp of ms. Ownership signature of Simon Bohn, Borgsum auf Fohr, 1827 on verso of front wrapper. $80-120 302 121894/20 1 vol. (Manuscript Account Book.)[Chester County, PA], 1854-1874. Oblong 12mo, orig sheep; rubbed. Receipt book of Samuel Aldrich Crozer. $120-180 303 138088/131 † 1 vol. Manuscript Ledger. Baltimore, 1829. Folio, orig bds; worn. 32pp; several leaves torn & defective. Recording merchants purchases of whiskey, rum, brandy, wine, coffee, tea, molasses, sugar, sperm candles, &c. $100-150 304 131690/3 Lot. Manuscript Material - American, Ca 1792-1833 - Philadelphia, Georgetown, &c. Correspondence, commonplace & school exercise material. About 35 pieces. $120-180 305 141017/7A 3 vols. (Manuscript Material.) Commonplace & Friendship Books. American, ca 1840s; 1901. 4to, orig calf or morocco. Embellished with orig watercolors, die cuts &c. $200-300 306 141017/1 25 vols. (Manuscript Material.) Sentiment Albums, Commonplace Books &c: Primarily mid-19th-century American, incl late 19th & early 20thcentury manuscripts. Several blank small format albums, several watercolor albums. Folio, 4to & sm formats. $800-1,200


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306A 141153/2 Lot. Van Loon, Hendrik Willem; Castagnetta, Grace. (Prepublication Proof File.) Folk Songs of Many Lands. [New York: Simon & Schuster], 1938. Typescript with ms additions & corrections, mock up incl 13 sheets with orig wash drawings. $800-1,200

EARLY PRINTING Lots 307-336 307 132288/8 1 vol. (Aldus Press.) Cicero, Marcus Tullius. De oratore, libri III; De optimo genere oratorum; De claris oratoribus. Venice, 1564. Sm 8vo, old (orig?) flexible vellum; corners worn, some spotting. Lacking back free endpaper. Edited by Scholia Pauli Manutii. Some spotting & darkening to title & colophon leaf. OCLC 8796120. $250-400 308 122519/318 1 vol. Cafmeyer, Pierre. Venerable histoire du tres-saint sacrement de miracle. Brussels: Gilles Stryckwant, et al., 1735. 3 parts in 1 vol. Folio, contemp calf; rubbed & worn, front cover detached but present. Frontis + 46 engraved plates, incl 5 fold plates; scattered tears with small paper losses. Some dampstianing. Ex-library, ink stamp on title. OCLC 669216596, 4 copies. $120-180 309 121088/81 1 vol (unbound). (Christian Subjects.) Godvrugtig gebed, het geene den prins Eugenius van Savoyen gewoon was dagelyks te leezen - caption title. Amsterdam: C. Stichter, [1780]. 4pp, 130mm. With vignette. Clean & crisp. OCLC 67203777, calling for 6pp. $80-120

310 122519/316 4 vols. Christian Subjects - Continental 16th- & 17th-Century Imprints: Bartolommeo, Fumi, O.P. le P. Summa Aurea armilla nunupata. Lyons: Alexandrum Marsilium, 1583. 8vo, contemp flexible vellum; worn & occasionally blistered. Early ink annotations on title, scattered internal spotting. Ex-library, ink stamps on title. OCLC 457471459, giving C. Pesnot as printer. * Durandus of Saint Poursain. In Petri Lombardi sententias theologicas commentarii libri III. Venice: Gasparis Bindoni, 1586. Folio, contemp flexible vellum; worn & occasionally blistered. Some marginal dampstaining. Early ink annotations on title. Ex-library, stamps on title. OCLC 9603967. * Caesarius of Heisterbach. Illustrium miraculorum. Cologne: Birchmannica, 1599. 8vo, contemp blind-stamped pigskin; scuffed, clasps defective, old blistered cover label. Lacking front free endpaper. Some internal dampstaining. Early ink ownership on title, ex-library stamps. OCLC 81650448. * [Bustamante, Juan de; Viader, Salvador.] Tratado de las ceremonias de la Misa. Cuenca [Spain], 1622. Sm 8vo, contemp flexible vellum; some wear & blistering. Minor internal dampstaining. Ex-library. $250-400 311 122519/322 3 vols. Chistian 16th- & 17th-Century Continental Imprints: [Tolengius, Joan, Bapt. Mantuanus.] Joannis Baptistae Folengii Mantuani Monachi Casiantis Ord. S Bened. in Omnes Davidicos Psalmos doctissima ac plane divigna commentaria. Rome: B. Bonfadini, 1585. Folio, contemp vellum over bds, morocco spine label; worn & occasionally blistered. Title repaired, some internal dampstaining & wear at corners. Title in red & black. Ex-library, ink stamps on title. OCLC 442515287, 2 copies. * (Cornero, Chrisoph, expositor.) Psalterium Latinum Davidis. Leipzig: Voegeliana, [1568]. Sm 8vo, contemp richly blind-stamped & tooled pigskin over wooden bds, 1 intact metal clasp (of 2); scuffed, occasionally rubbed. [Bound with:] _ _. Cantica selecta veteris novique testamenti. Leipzig, [1568]. Sm 8vo. [Bound with:] (Strigelio, Victorino.) Salmonis Libri Tres: Proverbia, Ecclesiastes, Canticum. [Leipzig, 1568]. Sm 8vo. Dampstaining at head of 1st title, internally generally clean. Exlibrary, label at foot of spine, pocket on back paste-down. See OCLC 181696151. * (Platus, Hieronymus.) Platti, Girolamo; Hueber, Martin. Von sonderbaren un[d] furtrefflichen Gaben und Gnaden dess Geistlichen Orden Stands. Augspurg, 1606. 1st ed. 4to, contemp; rubbed & blistered. Light to moderate foxing throughout. Ex-library. OCLC 165841302, 9 copies. $250-400


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312 122519/312 3 vols. Christian Subjects - Early English Imprints: Cave, William. Primitive Christianity: or, the Religion of the Ancient Christians. London: J.G. for R. Chiswell, 1676. 3rd ed. 8vo, contemp calf; rubbed & rebacked in 19th-century calf. Some internal spotting. Armorial bookplate of Samuel Vaughan, ex-library, ink stamp on title, etc. Wing C-1600. * _ _. Apostolici or, the History of the Lives, Acts, Deaths and Martyrdoms. London, 1716. 4th ed, corrected. Folio, contemp paneled calf; rubbed & worn. Frontis, engraved portraits in text. Ex-library, ink stamp on title. * (Brown, Henry, trans.) [Saint Justin.] Justin Martyr’s Dialogue with Trypho the Jew. Oxford, 1745. 2 vols in 1. 8vo, contemp calf; rubbed & worn. Ex-library, ink stamp on title, other markings. $200-300 313 122519/313 1 vol. (Christian Mysticism.)[Dionysius, Carthusianus.] D. Dionysii Carthusiani In omnes beati Pauli epistolas commentaria. Paris: Jacobum Bogardum, 1545. 8vo, contemp flexible vellum; crude spine tape repair, other wear. Early ink annotations on title, old underlining in text. Ex-library, ink stamp on title. OCLC 715927942, giving printer as Jacob Keruer. $120-180 314 138017/11 3 vols. Clarendon, Edward Hyde, First Earl of. The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England. Oxford, 1702-1704. 1st ed. Folio, late 19th-century 3/4 tan calf & marbled bds, spines gilt, red morocco spine labels. With all frontises & half-titles, head & tail pieces, decorated initials. Scattered minor foxing, a few quires slightly toned. Good margins, early owner’s signature on vol 1 title. Attractive set. $500-800 315 131451/13 1 vol. Cowley, Abraham. The Works. London: J.M. for Henry Herringman, 1697. “The Fourth Edition.” Folio, late 19th-century 3/4 calf & cloth; occasionally scuffed. Frontis portrait. Portraits & title repaired & laid down. Top edges shaved close, just touching “The” at head of title, bottom fore-edge corners dampstained. 6 parts in 1 vol, with general title & 3 separate tps. Pp [42], 41, [80], [4], 70 [i.e. 68], 154, 23, 148 & portrait. $200-300

316 121088/78 1 vol. Drummond, William. The History of Scotland from the Year 1423 until the Year 1542. London: for Tho. Fabian, 1681. 8vo, contemp paneled calf; rubbed. With frontis + 5 portrait plates. Scattered light foxing, minor spotting & dust smudging. Early ink annotations. Upper fore-edge corner of pp81-82 torn away - loss to numerals, upper fore-edge corner of front free endpaper torn away. Wing D-2198. $100-150 317 141116/5 3 vols. English Books of Common Prayer &c - 18th-Century Imprints: Common Place-Book to the Holy Bible. London: A.B. Battesworth and C. Hitch, et al., 1738. 4to, contemp calf; rubbed & worn, front cover detached. Title in red & black. Light to moderate foxing, a few quires browned. * The Book of Common Prayer,... The Church of England: Together with the Psalter. Cambridge: Joseph Bentham, 1758. 4to, contemp gilt-paneled speckled calf; rubbed & worn, spine ends rubbed, joints starting to crack. Scattered light foxing. 1st 2 signatures sprung. Tall copy. * _ _. Cambridge: J. Bentham, 1760. Folio, contemp calf; rubbed & worn, front cover detached. Occasional dust smudging. $120-180 318 131012/26 1 vol. (English Drama - Early 18th-Century Imprints.) Mottley, [John]. Bound collection of first edition plays. The Imperial Captives. London, 1720. 8vo, contemp calf; spine defective & detached, covers loose. * Antiochus. L, 1721. 8vo; title page toned. * Penelope. L, 1728. 8vo; title browned. * The Craftsman. L, 1728. 8vo. * The Widow Bewitch’d. L, 1730. 8vo; trimmed, heads often shaved close. $120-150 319 122519/317 1 vol. (Erasmus, Desiderus.) Grynaeus, Joannes Jacobus, ed. Adagia, id est, Proverbiorum, paroemiarum et parabolarum omnium, quae apud Graecos, Latinos, Hebraeos, Arabes, &c. Frankfurt: J. Pressii, 1646. Folio, old calf; repaired, front cover replaced. Some internal dampstaining, cellotape repairs to index, lacking terminal blank, title dampstained & browned. Title in red & black. Ex-library. $200-300


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320 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. Ex-library, ink stamp on title. Scattered contemp annotations and light to moderate spotting. Adams E-1090. Eusebius, c 263-339, Roman historian. $800-1,200 321 122519/315 1 vol. [Gregory of Nazianzus, Saint.] Operum Gregorii Nazianzeni tomi tres. Basel: Officiana Hervagiana, 1571. Folio, old paneled calf; rubbed, & occasionally blisterd, with crude tape repair at foot of spine. Early ink ownership signatures on title, title creased & dampstained at top, bottom & fore-edges, dampstaining to bottom fore-edge corners, other occasional marginal dampstaining. (66), 1170, (86)pp. Ex-library, ink stamps on title. OCLC 49414233. $250-400 322 122519/314 2 vols. Guarnacci, Mario. Vitae et res gestae Pontificum Romanorum. Rome, 1751. Folio, contemp vellum; spines blistered, other moderate wear. With frontis, portraits + 65 engraved portrait head-pieces & approx 65 engraved tail-pieces (views & ornaments). Titles in red & black. Exlibrary, ink stamp on title pages. OCLC 561203101. $120-180 323 131573/1 1 vol. [Haemstede, Adrian Cornelisz van; Johannes, G.] Historie der Martelaren. Dordecht: Jacob Braat for Jacobus Savry, 1567. Folio, contemp calf; worn & rubbed, spine & front cover detaching. Engraved illus in text. Some staining & dust smudging to front & back matter. [16], 521, [6]ff. $500-800

324 122519/311 5 vols. Hebraica &c: (Bythner, Victor, ed.) Lyra prophetica Davidis regis. Sive Analysis critico-practica Psalmorum. London: Jacob Flasher, 1664. 1st ed. 4to, 19th-century cloth; rubbed & crudely repaired. Title in red & black. Hebrew & Latin ptg. Some internal dust smudging, pp7 & 8 torn in gutter, internal repairs. Ex library, ink stamp on title. Wing B-6421. * Genese. Metz: Joseph Antoine, [1766]. 4to, contemp bds; spine gone. Some internal dampstaining, title repaired. Hebrew ptg. * Allioli, Joseph Franz. Vorlesungen uber Exegese der messianischen Psalmen. Munich, 1831. 2 vols. 4to, contemp flexible bds; spines worn & rubbed. Hebrew & German litho ptg. Scattered light foxing. Ex-library, ink stamp on title. * _ _. Vorlesungen uber Einleitung in die heiligen Schriften des neuen Testaments. [Munich], 1832. 4to, contemp flexible bds; spines rubbed & worn. Litho ptg. Ex-library, ink stamp on title. $200-300 325 122519/315A 1 vol. (Hungarian Printing.) Biro, Bishop Marton. Angyali Tarsasagnak Szovetsege. [Budapest], 1756. 4to, contmep calf, gilt, a.e.g.; rubbed. With 10 plates. (16), (1)-(276) (21)pp. Scattered light to moderate foxing. Ex-library. $100-200 326 141181/1 1 piece. (Judaica.) Manuscript Document. Bamberg, [Germany], Mar 30, 1795. Oblong folio on vellum, wooden seal; some creasing. Granting Baruch Josephs, “Schtzjude” of Burgerbrach, and to all present and future members of his family the right to exercise mercantile dealings. $500-800 327 132232/11 1 vol. Longus. Pastoralium de Daphnide et Chloe. Paris [but Amsterdam], 1754. 4to, contemp or slightly later gilt-paneled full scarlet morocco, richly gilt spine compartments, gilt foliate turn-ins, a.e.g., marbled endpapers; moderately scuffed, joints & corners often rubbed. With frontis + 29 etched plates by Benoit Audran the Younger after Philippi, head & tail pieces by A. Cochin, C. Eisen & S. Fokhe. Greek & Latin text, title in red & black. Complete, table of plates at back. Internally generally clean & crisp (likely not treated). OCLC 46297872, recording 2 copies. $500-800


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327A 141155/1 1 vol. Marbodus, Bishop of Rennes. Dactylotheca. Basile: [Henrichum Petri, 1555.] Sm 8vo, old vellum. Old glue residue on title, scattered unobtrusive dampstaining, occasional old ink underscoring. OCLC 181700262, 1 copy; not in Adams. $1,000-1,500 328 122519/320 1 vol. [Nicephorus Bryennius.] Nicephori Caesaris Bryennii Commentarii de rebus Byzantinis. Venice: Bartholomae Javarina, 1729. Folio, modern cloth. Parallel Greek-Latin text. Engraved title device. Ex-library, ink stamps on title. [Bound with:] [Saint Nicephori, Patriarche of Constantinople.] Sancti Nicephori patriarchae Constantinopolitani Breviarum historicum. Venice: B. Javarina, 1729. Folio. Engraved device on title. Parallel Greek-Latin text. Both titles generally clean & crisp. $120-180 329 132232/12 1 vol. (Platinum Press.) Psalterium Davidis. Antwerp: Officina Plantiniana, 1657. 8vo, old calf, gilt, gauffered edges, brass clasps; scuffed, a few blisters along joints. Printed in red & black. Title & terminal devices. Internally generally clean. Old custom solander case. $250-400 330 132016/18 16 vols. Rolin, Charles. The Roman History from the Foundation of Rome to the Battle of Actium. London, 1754. 2nd ed. 8vo, contemp full calf, maroon & green morocco labels; corners bumped, spines often scuffed. With frontis + 16 fold engraved maps (4 with outline color); 1st map in vol 1 rather creased, map at back of vol 9 torn & defective. Scattered light foxing. Most maps crisp & clean (all but 2 completely intact). 18thcentury bookplate of Ben Bumbery, Esq. $200-300 331 141116/4 1 vol. Rosanius, Johannes. Romanarum antiquitatum libri decem. Lyons: H.A. Porta, 1609. 4to, contemp pigskin over wooden bds, edges stained red; worn & occasionally blistered. With 2 fold plans. Scattered light foxing, some creasing & small close tears to folds of maps. Title in red & black. 18th-century armorial & late 19th-century Societatis Jesu bookplates on front paste-down. $120-180

332 122519/319 1 vol. [St. John of the Cross.] Verhole wercken vanden Salighen ende verlichten leeraer Joannes vanden Cruyce. Ghent: Michiel Maes, 1693. 4to, contemp calf; rubbed & worn, crudely repaired. With additional engraved title & fold plate. Internally generally clean & crisp. Complete with front blank. Ex-library, ink stamps on letterpress & engraved titles. Device on title. OCLC 561764781, 2 copies. $250-400 333 132617/1 1 vol. Stedingk, Theodor. Evangelische und epistolische Hausz Postilluber die jahrlichen furnemsten Fest-und Apostel-Tage. Luneburg: Sterne, 1664. 2 vols in 1. 4to, contemp blind calf-covered wooden bds; extremities rubbed, front bd cracked. OCLC 38670577. $200-300 334 122519/321 1 vol. [Toledo, Francisco de.] Francisci Toleti e societate Iesu S.R.E. Presb. Card. Instructio sacerdotum ac de septem peccatis mortalibus. Rome: Antoni Franzini & Haeredum Q. Hieronymi Franzini, 1601. Thick 8vo, contemp limp vellum; covers reinforced with brown paper, hinges cracked. Title in red & black. Some marginal dampstaining. Early ink ownership signatures on title. Ex-library, stamps on title & verso. Complete. The 1st of 23 editions published between 1601-1691. $200-300 335 141002/7 1 vol. Valerius, Maximus Gaius. Von geschichten der Romer und aussers Volchs. Strassburg: Jacob Kammerlandern, 1533. Folio, 18th-century vellum, gilt, a.e.g, marbled endpapers. Scattered light foxing. Trimmed - but with good margins. (4), (1), CXIII, (1) leaves. Complete with blank at front & device on verso of the terminal leaf. $250-400 336 141069/18 1 vol. Weigel, Christoph, et al. Das grosse und Vollstandige anfangs Siebmancherische. Nuremburg: Christoph Weigel, 1734. Thick folio, 19th-century pebbled cloth. Frontis, numerous engraved plates of coats of arms. Scattered light foxing. $200-300


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AUTOGRAPHS Lots 337-500 Including Autographs from the Collection of Moe Septee: Moe Septee, nonpareil impresario and founder of the Philly Pops Orchestra, is credited with breathing new life into Philadelphia’s theatre community. In addition to staging showcase productions of eight Broadway shows and producing a number of operas and musicals that traveled to Broadway and beyond, he also promoted summer pop and rock concerts in Asbury Park, NJ between 1961 and 1972, engaging and supporting ground-breaking rock performances of the period, including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones & Janis Joplin. For three decades he operated the All Star-Forum, which presented classical music and dance events. Mr. Septee died in Philadelphia at the age of 71 in 1997. Lots from this collection are indicated throughout.

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Signed Books Lots 337-349 337 132397/34 1 vol. Burroughs, William S. Cobble Stone Gardens. N.p.: Cherry Valley Editions, [1976]. 1st ed. 8vo, orig pictorial stiff wrappers; moderate wear, some discoloration & staining to back wrapper. Photo illus. Presentation copy from the author to his son, the American author William S. Burroughs, Jr. (1947-1981). Inscr & signed on title, “For Bill with memories of Mort and Laura and Cobble Stone Gardens / Bill.” Also signed by William S. Burroughs, Jr. “the lesser” on verso of front wrapper. $200-300

338 141099/2 1 vol. (Bush, George H.W.) [Whitney, David C.] The American Presidents. [Washington, 1989.] 1/1000, out of series copy. American Bicentennial Presidential Inaugural Edition. 8vo, orig navy blue cloth, gilt, a.e.g., slipcase. Plates. Signed by George [Herbert Walker] Bush. Near fine/fine. $200-300


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339 132475/3 1 vol. Copland, Aaron: The New Music, 1900-1960. New York: Norton, [1968]. 4th ptg. 12mo, orig cloth, d/j. Inscr, signed & dated “1974” by Copland on front free endpaper recto. Attractive copy. * The Second Hurricane. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, n.d. 4to, orig wrappers. Vocal score with libretto by Edwin Denby. Inscr & signed by Copland on title. Attractive copy. $200-300 340 132465/1 1 vol. Eisenhower, Dwight D. Crusade in Europe. Garden City: Doubleday, 1948. 8vo, orig cloth; light edge wear, occasionally slightly scuffed. Plates, maps. Half-title slightly toned. With Eisenhower’s presenation lable, signed on front free endpaper by Eisenhower to E. Huber Ulrich Chairman of the Board, Curtis Circulation Company. $250-400 341 BRISK2014/3 1 vol. Frost, Robert. North of Boston. New York: Henry Holt, 1915. 2nd ed, 5th ptg. 12mo, orig green cloth; spine ends frayed, other light wear. Presentation copy inscr, signed & dated December 1916 on front free endpaper recto by Frost. $200-300 342 121088/76 1 vol. Muir, John. Stickeen. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1909. 1st ed, 1st ptg. 12mo, orig tan cloth, top edge stained light brown, other edges untrimmed. Minor spotting. Attractive copy. Presentation copy inscribed to Carol Harriman, dated “Los Angeles, April 19th, 1909,” & signed by John Muir on front free endpaper. $100-150 343 131215/18 1 vol. (Nixon, Richard; Ormandy, Eugene.) Eisenhower, Julie Nixon. Special People. New York, [1977]. 1st ptg. 8vo, orig bds, d/j. Photo plates. Presentation copy inscr to Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Ormandy and signed by Julie Nixon Eisenhower on front free endpaper recto. With typed letter signed, Nixon, Richard, San Clemente, june 30, 1977, 1p, 4to, addressed in Nixon’s hand to Dr. Ormandy presenting this copy to him. All clean & bright. $120-180 344 132475/1 1 vol. Rand, Ayn. For the New Intellectual. New York: Random House, [1961]. 2nd ptg. 12mo, orig cloth, d/j. Signed by Rand on half-title. Bright & attracttive. $300-400

345 121894/23 1 vol. (Rockwell, Norman.) Mendoza, George. Norman Rockwell’s Americana ABC. New York: Abrams, [1975]. #710/1000 signed by Rockwell & Mendoza. 4to, orig cloth, d.j, slipcase. Color plates. Minor wear. $80-120 346 132475/2 1 vol. Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr. The First Circle. New York: Harper & Row, [1968]. 8vo, orig cloth, d/j (some edge wear & creasing, price clipped). Signed by Solzhenitsyn on title-page. $200-250 347 141134/1 1 vol. Warhol, Andy. Andy Warhol’s Exposures. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [1979]. 1st ptg. 4to, orig blue-black cloth; occasionally slightly scuffed, d/j (price clipped, slightly edge worn). Illus throughout. Signed in black marker by Warhol on half-title. $300-500 348 141044/19 1 vol. (Williams, Tennessee, introduction by.) Leavitt, Richard F. The World of Tennessee Williams. New York: G.P. Putnam’s, [1978]. 4to, orig beige cloth; minor wear. Color plates, other illus. Signed on title-page in blue marker by Williams - dark & bold. $100-150 349 131900/1 1 vol. Williams, Tennessee. A Streetcar Named Desire. [Norfolk, 1947]. 1st ed. 8vo, orig decorated lavender bds, author’s name on spine in gold; moderatley worn & a little dusty, bottom 2 inches of spine chipped away, edge wear, corners rubbed, a few small blisters on covers. Minor internal spotting. Presentation copy from cast member Rudy Bond, signed & inscribed by him on copyright page, also signed by all original stage cast members in the margin folowing their place in the cast listing on the credits page. Signatures in order from top: Gee Gee James, Peg Hillias, Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter, Rudy Bond, Karl Molden, Edna Thomas, Richard Carlyle, Jessica Tandy, Nick Dennis, Vito Christi, Ann Dere, Richard Garrick. Tandy’s signature a little washed out, others strong & clear. Provenance: Given to the consignor by her father- & mother-in-law, close friends of cast member Rudy Bond. $2,000-3,000


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Literature Lots 350-394 350 132397/36 Lot. American Authors - Autograph Material - Novelists, Playwrights, Journalists: Hersey, John. Autograph letter signed. New Haven, Sept 19, 1974. 2pp, 16mo. To Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Shapless (the autographseeeking imposter, Robert Colbert). * _ _. Autograph letter initialed. New Haven, Nov 2, 1974. 2pp, sm 4to. * _ _. ALs. Vinyard Haven, May 20, 1977. 1p, sm 4to. Hersey letters with addressed envelopes. * Mencken, H.L. TLs. Baltimore, Jan 13, 1933. 1p, oblong 8vo. To Mr. Wise, “setting up the Polish stte ... dreadful error.... It is disquieting to remember that Jews had a hand in the business.” * _ _. TLs. Baltimore, Oct 13, 1947. 1p, oblong 8vo. Touching on Metheglin & Meade, English grammar, etc. Both Mencken letters on his letterhead. * Miller, Henry. TLs. N.p., Oct 20, [19]75. 1p, 4to. To Mr. Allen, “Your birthday greeting astounded and moved me very much. People are forever asking writers why they write.” * _ _. ALs. Big Sur, Apr 9, 1948. 1p, 4to. To a German correspondent in need of assistance. Addressed air letter. * Harris, Frank. ALs. Nice, Jan 29, 1903. 3pp, 12mo. * _ _. TLs. New York, Jan 5, 1915. 1p, 12mo. “I really do know more about Shakespeare than anyone living.” * _ _. ALs. [Berlin], Jan 7, 1923. 3pp, 8vo. To Miss Lola, referring to My Life and Loves “as a challenge to puritans and prudes.” * Sinclair, U[pton]. ALs. Princeton, Nov 25, 1905. 1p, 8vo. Responding to a request for an autograph. * Wilder, Thorton. Autograph postcard signed. New Haven, Dec 1, 1973. * Wouk, Herman. TLs. Murray Hill, NY, Feb 8, 1960. 1p, 8vo. Declining a publisher’s request to write a book on the prophets. 13 items. $300-500 351 132397/39 Lot. American Poets - Autograph Material: Benet, Stephen Vincent. Typed letter signed. New York, Oct, [1933]. 1p, 4to. Declining a speaking invitation on his letterhead, with is typed addressed envelope. * _ _. Autograph letter signed. New York, [ca 1940]. 2pp, 8vo, 2 sheets on Saturday Review letterhead. * Carman, Bliss. Holograph poem signed. “All in All.” N.p., n.d. 1p, 4to. Fair copy. * MacLeish, Archibald. TLs (3). Conway, MA, Uphill Farm, Aug-Sept, 1967. Each 1p, sm 4to, on his letterhead. All to Three Lions, Inc. * _ _. Autograph note signed. [Conway, MA, Oct, 1971.] Responding to an editorial inquiry at foot of his correspondent’s ANs, with addressed envelope. * Markham, Edwin. TLs. West New Brighton, NY, July 8, 1928. 1p, lg 4to; creased. To Asta Fleming-Case, “You have kindled in me an interest in the Russian drama you have in mind ... I, also, am not the man.”

* _ _. Ptd poetry broadsides signed & inscr (2). “The Man with the Hoe,” 1924 & “Washington the Nation Builder,” 1932. * Morgan, Angela. Small file of TLs & ALs. Brattleboro, VT, et al., 1943. To Asta Whiteside, on Whiteside’s “Miracle Letters.” * Van Dyke, Henry. Holograph poem signed. “America For Me.” Bermuda, 1931. 1p, 4to. $200-300 352 138177/1G 7 pieces. American & British Authors & Poets - Autograph Material: Alcott, L[ouisa] M[ay]. Card signed. Starting to fade. Framed with portrait. * Benet, Stephen Vincent. Typed letter signed. New York, n.d. 1p, 12mo. To Miss Locke, on his inadequacy as an explicator of his own poetry. Framed. * Delafield, E.M. TLs. Cullompton, Devon, Oct 20, 1938. 1p, 4to; moderate creasing. To the publisher William Jackson, Ltd., on the American & British titles of her novel When Women Love. Framed. * Galsworthy, John. Cut signature. Framed with portrait. * Housman, A.E. Card inscr & signed. “A Shropshire Lad / Yours very truly ... “ Framed with portrait. * Maclean, Fitzroy. Card inscr & signed. N.p., 1964. Framed with half-tone group portrait. * Ogden, Nash. TLs. New York, Nov 7, 1956. 1p, 4to; some vertical creasing - affecting signature. Framed. * Sayers, Dorothy L. Cut signature. Framed with half-tone of oil portrait. $500-800 353 132397/35 17 pieces. American, British & Continental Authors - Autograph Material Recounting the Publication History of Their First Books: Behrman, S.M. Typed letter signed. Ridgefield, CT, Mar 19, 1947. 1p, 4to. * Bynner, Witter. TLs. Chapala, Mexico, Mar 13, 1947. 2pp, 12mo. * Cable, James Branch. TLs. St. Augustine, Feb 8, 1945. 1p, sm 4to. * Erskine, Caldwell. TLs. New York, Mar 19, 1945. 1p, 4to. * Fletcher, John Gould. Autograph letter signed. Little Rock, May 25, 1945. 2pp, 4to. * Gibbs, [Sir] Philip. ALs. Mar 13, 1950. 1p, 8vo. * Graham, Stephen. ALs. London, June 8, 1947. 1p, 8vo. * Hilton, James. TLs. N.p., June 25, 1945. 1p, 4to. * Koestler, Arthur. TLs. Fontaine-le-Port, June 3, 1950. 1p, 8vo. * Mumford, Lewis. ALs. New York, Mar 17, 1945. 1p, 4to. * Ostenso, Martha. TLs. Minneapolis, Nov 22, 1945. 1p, 4to. * Porter, Katherine Anne. TLs. Santa Monica, Mar 4, 1947. 1p, sm 4to. * Sheean, Vincent [James]. TLs. New York, May 5, 1947. 1p, 4to. * Sinclair, U[pton]. TLs. Monrovia, CA, Feb 16, 1945. 1p, oblong 8vo. * Spring, Howard. ALs. Falmouth, June 5, 1947. 1p, 12mo. * Taggard, Genieve. TLs. East Jamaica, VT, May 30, [19]47. 2pp, 12mo. * Undset, Sigrid. TLs. Lillehammer, June 8, 1947. 1p, 4to. * Loos, Anita. TLs. N.p., Aug 6, [195?]. 1p, 12mo. * Hersey, John. ALs. Greens Farms, CT, May 25, 1950. 1p, 4to. * MacLeish, Archibald. TLs. Washington, Feb 14, 1945. 1p, sm 4to, on Assistant Secretary of State letterhead. All addressed to Mr. Lester Roberts. Scattered negligable wear. $600-900


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354 132397/78 Lot. American, British & World Authors: Berrigan, Ted. Private press folded poem sheet signed. “Many Happy Returns.” New York: Angel Hair, 1967. 1/200. * Besant, Annie. ALs. * Bok, Edward W. Autograph aphorism card signed. * Bodenheim, Maxwell. TLs. * Branders, George. Photo signed. * Carducci, Giosul. 4pp, 8vo. Nobel Prize winner. * Durant, William James. TLs, postal cover signed. * Farago, Ladislas. Photo signed. * Hawthorne, Julian. Short ALs. * Lin Yutang. ALs (2), TLs. * Quasimodo, Salvatore. TLs. Nobel Prize Winner. * Nye, Edgar Wilson. ANs. * Parker, Dorothy. Autograph draft; typed document with ms annotations. Both for “Who’s Who in America,” ca 1921. * Romains, Jules. Card signed. * Sangster, Margaret. ALs. * Shaw, George Bernard. Card inscr & initialed, regarding philatelic gift. * Smith, Charles H. ALs. * Suzuki, D.T. TLs (3). * Wiggin, Kate Douglas. ALs; autograph quotations (2 - 1 signed). Over 20 autograph items. $300-500 355 138177/1C 1 piece. Barrie, [Sir] James. Autograph Letter Signed. [London]: Adelphi Terrace House, Feb 22, 1924. 1p, sm 4to; slightly toned. To Mr. Stewart, planning to send him a typescript of an upcoming address, also referring to a Scots Club dinner. Framed with photo portrait. $250-400 356 132397/31 5 pieces. British Authors - Autograph Material: Barrie, Sir James M. Autograph letter signed. [London], July 19, 1925. 1p, sm 4to. “Dear E.V., I went to pieces that night ... Your B [Sir J.M. Barrie].” Galsworthy, John. ALs (3). London, etc., 1924-1927. 2pp, 8vo; 1p, 4to (2). * Wells, H[erbert] G[eorge]. ALs. [London], Apr 21, [19]38. 1p, 4to; minor spotting. $300-500 357 132397/25 7 pieces. British Authors - Autograph Material: Carlyle, Thomas. Partial postal envelope signed & dated, “Chelsea, Jan 7, 1847.” * Chesterton, G.K. Litho caricature by Sava signed. 4to sheet. * Coppard, Alfred E. Autograph letter signed. Henley-onThames, July 7, [19]29. 1p, 4to. To Major Clark, “I’m sorry to tell you that the autographs in your 2 copies of my ‘Coll Poems’ are

forgeries.” * Cunningham, Allen. ALs. July 10, 1834. 1p, 8vo. Referring to (his father’s neighbor) Robert Burns. * Drinkwater, John. Holograph poem signed. Fair copy, “Holiness.” 1p, 4to; creases along old folds. 3 stanzas. * _ _. Private press Christmas card signed. “Dialogue at Christmas.” London: The Fleuron, [1925]. #97/210 signed by Drinkwater & the designer Albert Rutherston. * Kipling, R[udyard]. Autograph card initialed. Burwash, Dec 7, 1913. In orig addressed envelope. Announcing family visit to Switzerland. * Noyes, Alfred. ALs. Rottingdean, n.d. 1p, sm 8vo. Enclosing a corrected proof. $200-300 358 132397/27 9 pieces. British Women Authors - Autograph Material: Du Maurier, Daphne. Postal envelope signed; card signed. * KayeSmith, Sheila. Autograph letter signed. St. Leonars on the Sea, Oct 5, [191]. On both sides of 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 in; 89 x 114mm card. * _ _. ALs. Northiam, n.d.. 1p, sm 4to, with addressed envelope. * _ _. ALs. Northiam, May 15, n.y. 1p, 4to. * _ _. Photo portrait signed. Silver print, 6 x 6 1/2 in; 152 x 165,mm on orig mount. Ca 1920. * Sitwell, Dame Edith. ALs. [Mar 2, 1949.] 2pp, 4to, in addressed envelope delivered by hotel messenger. To Stephen Tennant, included entry taken from Sitwell’s journal on Tennant. Signed, “Edith.” * West, Rebecca. ALs (2). [London], 1922. Each 1p, 4to; light creasing. Both to the author S.P. B. Mais. Includes literary remarks. $250-400 359 132397/45 Lot. Buck, Pearl S. Autograph Material: Autograph manuscript signed. Acceptance speech for Howells Medal. N.p., Apr 1935. 2pp, 4to. Draft with holograph corrections & revisions on 2 sheets. * Autograph manuscript. “Random Thoughts on Coeducation.” N.p., n.d. [ca 1960]. 11pp, 4to. Draft with holograph corrections & revisions on 11 sheets. * Typed letter signed. New York: The East and West Association, Mar 24, 1943. 2pp, 4to; minor creasing. Fundraising letter to establish American & Chinese friendship groups. * Banquest menu & program signed. New York: East and West Association, May 31, 1944, spring dinner. 4pp; scattered wear. * TLs. Perkasie, June 19, 1964. 1p, 4to. To Justin Turner, relating to the American adventurer involved in Chinese reform movements. * Postal First Day Cover signed. Aug 14, 1964. $250-400


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360 132397/37 Lot. Burroughs, John. Autograph Material: Autograph manuscript signed. N.p., [Aug-Sept 1914]. 13pp, 8vo. “Germany’s True Greatness” draft in pencil on recto of 13 leaves. Contrasting Germany’s cultural spirit with its military ambition. * Autograph letter signed. West Park, NY, July 16, [ca 1910]. 1p, sm 4to. * Typed letter signed. Roxbury, NY, Oct 20, 1920. 1p, 8vo. To Rev. L.M. Powers, “I do not recant anything I have said about the Germans.... As individuals I have always liked them, but as a nation, I detest them.” $250-400 361 132397/32 1 piece. Campbell, T[homas]. Autograph Letter Signed. 30 Foley Street, Jan 30, 1822. 1p, 4to, with integral address leaf. To the Scottish poet & dramatist Joanna Baillie, “My dear Madame, / Most gladly should I make your friend welcome to any of my little pieces whether published or not.” Glue residue on address leaf, minor spotting & light creasing to body. $150-250 362 132397/45A 8 pieces. Cooper, James Fenimore & Daughter. Autograph Material: Cooper, J[ames] Fenimore. Checks signed (7). Cooperstown: Ostego Co Bank, 1831-1843. Clean & intact. * Cooper, Susan Fenimore. Autograph letter signed. Cooperstown, Aug 9, [18]71. 1p, 12mo. Responding to a request for her father’s autograph. $300-500 363 132397/7 1 piece. D’Annunzio, Gabrielle. Photograph Signed & Inscribed. Collotype 3/4 portrait on cardstock. 11 x 6 in; 280 x 152mm. Inscribed & signed below photo image (6 1/2 x 4 3/4 in; 165 x 120mm). Bold, dark insription & signature on crisp, clean photo & stock. $200-300

364 138177/1 1 piece. Dickens, Charles. Check Signed. London, Apr 15, 1861. 3 x 7 in; 762 x 178mm. £42 to Mrs. Ellis. Light vertical creases through clean, strong signature. Framed with etched portrait. $400-700 365 138177/1F 1 piece. D[oyle], A[rthur] C[onan]. Autograph postcard initialed. Windlesham, Sussex, Dec 19, 1909. To Robert Barr on letterhead postcard, addressed in Doyle’s hand on verso. Arranging to send a manuscript. Framed with wood-engraved portrait. Barr, Robert, 1849-1912, Scottish-Canadian author, friend of Doyle, Twain, et al., published first Sherlock Holmes parody. $300-500 366 132397/40 3 pieces. Dreiser, Theodore. Autograph Material: Autograph letter signed. Atlantic City, Jan 26, 1918. 2 1/2 pp, 12mo; light creasing along old horizontal fold. To Mrs. Ludwig Lewisohn, “Atlantic City is the best and cheapest doctor.” On Hotel Traymore letterhead in addressed envelope. * Typed letter signed. N.p., June, 1931. 1p, lg 4to; some creasing. Scottsboro defense fundraising letter. * Photo signed. Tycho, Aaron, photographer. Silver print bust portrait, 9 1/4 x 7 1/4 in; 235 x 185mm, orig mat & stiff wrappers. Inscr to the photographer, signed & dated, “Hollywood, April 1, 1931” by Dreiser on mat below photo. $300-500 367 132397/30 7 pieces. English Authors - Autograph Material: Belloch, Hilary. Autograph letters signed (4). Ca 1900-1920. All 1p, 4to or smaller. * Bennet, Arnold. ALs. Avon, Feb 24, 1911. 1p, 4to. * _ _. Postcard signed. * Priestley, J.B. ALs. Highgate Village, June 29, [ca 1939-1945]. 2pp, 12mo. Referring to his radio broadcasts to America & film work, extending sympathy on his correspondent’s loss of his son. $200-300


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368 132397/22 12 pieces. English Authors - Autograph Material: Besant, Walter. Autograph letter signed. Hampstead, Jan 8, [1894]. 1p, sm 8vo. * _ _. Short ALs. Hampstead, Nov 5, 1890. 1p, 8vo, in addressed postal envelope. * Deeping, Warwick. ALs. Weybridge, n.d. 1p, sm 4to. * Douglas, [Lord] Alfred [Bruce]. ALs. Rome, n.d. 2pp, 8vo. * _ _. Typed letter signed. [London], July 23, 1907. 1p, 4to. Editorial rejection on The Academy letterhead. * Daumaurier, George. ALs. [London], Bloomsbury, Feb 4, 1868. 2pp, sm 8vo. * Goose, Edmund. ALs. Cambridge, June 3, 1885. 1p, 12mo. * _ _. ALs. Doorn, Holland, Jun 13, 1911. In pencil on both sides of card. 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 in; 90 x 115mm. * Hudson, W[illiam] H[enry]. ALs. Oxford, Worcester College, Dec 23, n.y. 2pp, 16mo. * Jerome, Jerome [K.] TLs. London, July 6, 1893. 2pp, 12mo. * _ _. ALs. Wallingford, [June, 1905]. 2pp, 16mo. On Jerome’s letterhead. * Caine, [Sir Thomas] Hall. Holograph poem signed, “The Iron Hand.” 1p, 8vo. * Blackwood, Algernon. TLs. London, Savile Club, Apr, 1936. 2pp, sm 4to. Scattered minor creasing. $200-300 369 132397/11 4 pieces. French Authors - Autograph Material: Daudet, Alphonse. Autograph letter signed. N.p., n.d. 4pp, 16mo. * Loti, Pierre. Autograph letter signed. Rochefort, Jan 29, 1906. 4pp, 4to. Soliciting the help of the journalist M. Hellouin to locate “two young Mohammedan women, fleeing from the harem,... they are ... friends of ours ....” * Merimee, Prosper. Autograph letter signed. Avignon, Oct 17, [1834]. 3pp, 8vo. To the naturalist Jacques Cambessedes. * Valery, Paul [Ambrose]. Aphorism signed on 12mo sheet. $500-800 370 132397/12 Lot. French Authors - Autograph Material &c: Bergreat, Emile. Photo signed on verso with 8 lines of holograph verse. Carte de visite portrait by Nadar. * Bernstein, Henry. Autograph letter signed. Paris, 1906. Carte pneumatique. * Curie, Eve. Typed letter signed. Paris, April 29, 1949. 1 p, 4to. With 3 related photos. * Farrer, Claude. Autograph letter signed (2); typed letter signed (2); cards signed & inscribed. * Halevy, Ludovic. Autograph letter signed. St. Germain-en-:aye, n.d.. 2pp, 12mo. * Lamartine, Alphonse de. Autograph letter signed. Paris, March 9, [18??]. 2pp, 8vo; some browning & stress at joints. * Maurvis, Andre. Typed letter signed. Hendaye, Sept 20, 1925. 1p, 4to. In English to the author George Howe, hoping to compare the

recipients’s English translation of his Goethe to the one prepared by the publisher John Lee. * Mendes, Catulle. Holograph poem signed. “Noit Feerique,” n.p., 1891. 4to, 5pp (5 leaves). Slightly dusty, * Murger, Henri. Autograph letter signed, n.p., March 5, 1849. 1p, 4to, with integral address leaf. To the Comittee of the Society of Men of Letters, submitting a short story. * Rolland, Romain. Autograph letter signed (2). Vazelay, Nov 7 1938. 1p, 8vo, relating to a film project; Vazelay, Nov 7, 1938, to the American conductor M. Grosbayne, discussing works by Beethoven. 15 autograph items + 3 photos. $500-800 371 132397/16 3 pieces. German Authors - Autograph Material: Mann, Heinrich. Autograph postcard signed. Nice, Dec 30, 1931. To Professor Boss. * _ _. Photograph signed on mat below image. Oval silver print, 4 1/2 x 3 5/8 in; 115 x 92mm. 11 x 8 1/2 in; 280 x 215mm mat. Orig self wrappers. Clean & crisp. * Remarque, Erich Maria. Autograph letter signed. Aug 8, 1966. 1p, 4to. In English, offering comfort to an ailing correspondent. With (2) 10 x 8 silver print portraits. $200-400 372 132397/15 5 pieces. German Authors - Nobel Literature Laureates - Autograph Material: Hauptmann, Gerhart. Typed letter signed. Agnetendorf, June 19, 1924. 2pp, 4to; vertical crease starting to separate. To Martin Wasservogel. * _ _. Menu signed. “Gerhart Hauptmann Bankett,... 25 November 1926.” In pencil, also signed by Thomas Mann. Several small stains. Nobel 1912.* Heyse, Paul [J.L.] Holograph poem. Titled “Abendlie” with 12 lines on card stock. Nobel 1910. * Boll, Heinrich. Autograph postcard signed. Aug 7, 1964. * _ _. Greeting card signed & dated, “4.8.80.” Nobel 1982. $250-400


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373 132397/17 Lot. German-Language Authors - Autograph Material: Bodenstedt, F[riederich] M[artin]. Cabinet card signed. Hamburg: E. Bieber. * Baumbach, Rudolf. Autograph postcard signed, 1884. * Courths-Mahler, Hedwig. Photo portrait postcard signed. * Dahn, Felix. Autograph poem signed, inscr & dated, “Konigsberg, Nov, 1879.” 3pp, 8vo; small tears. * _ _. Cabinet card signed. * Frisch, Max. Typed letter signed. [1973.] 1p, 4to. * Ludwig, Otto. Autograph letter signed. Dresden, Sept 22, 1863. 1p, 8vo. * Mueller, Friederich. Autograph letter signed with musical notations. Nuremberg, July 5, 1859. 2pp, 8vo, with integral address leaf. * Raabe, Wilhelm. Autograph note signed. 1891. 1p, 4to. * Salten, Felix. Photo portrait postcard signed. * Weidmann, Franz Karl. Holograph poem signed. 3 stanzas on 4to leaf with integral embossed leaf bearing autograph presentation for the birthday of Archduke Franz Karl, Dec 7, 1852. * Werfel, Franz. Autograph letter signed. Prague, Sept 23, [19]12. 3pp, 12mo. * _ _. Autograph letter signed. Leipzig, Nov 1912. 2pp, 4to. * _ _. Postcards signed (3) with holograph, ca 1910-1912. 16 items. $300-500 374 132397/4 Lot. Primarily German-Language Jewish Authors - Autograph Material: Auerbach, Berthold. Autograph letter signed. Karlsbad, Aug 10, 1880. 3pp, 8vo; some toning, stress along fold. * Brod, Max. Autograph letters signed (4). Tel Aviv, et al, 1955-1967. Includes ALs to Ludwig Marcuse. * _ _. Card signed. * Arthur, Schnitzler. Typed letters signed (2). Vienna, Mar 12 & Apr 11, 1931. Each 1p, 4to, to Kurt Hellmer, on Schnitzler’s letterhead. * _ _. Photo postcard portrait signed. * Wassermann, Jakob. Autograph letter signed. New York, St. Regis Hotel, Dec 2, 1927. On Wassermann’s letterhead, to his children, signed “Euer Jakob und Papa.” 11 items. $250-400 375 132397/10 2 pieces. Gilde, Andre. Autograph Letters Signed: Nice, Apr 12, [19]40. 1p, 8vo. Relating to his problem of writing in a horizontal position while convalescing. * Paris, n.d. 2pp, 4to (1 leaf), on La Nouvelle Revue Francaise letterhead. “Cher Monsieur...,” relating to the periodical publication of a work on the church. $400-700

376 132397/44 2 pieces. (Grey, Zane.) Autograph Material: Autograph letter signed. Long Key, FL, Feb 3, [ca 1920]. 1p, 4to. To his wife, Dolly, on writing, publication, fishing & family matters. Signed, “Dad.” * Orig photo. Zane Grey with sailfish. Silver print, 10 3/8 x 6 1/2 in; 263 x 155mm. Embossed, “Zane Grey” upper right. Minor wear. $100-150 377 132397/60 11 pieces. Literature - Autograph & Photographic Material: Hardy, Thomas. Photo portrait. 13 3/4 x 11 in; 350 x 280mm. 2ndgeneration print, with slip signed by Hardy. * Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Photo portrait. Albumen print, 8 1/2 x 6 1/4 in; 210 x 158mm, on orig mount. Slightly dusty, a few vertical fissures in print. * Keller, Hellen. Photo portrait. New York: Pach Bros., [ca 1940]. Sepiatoned silver print, 13 7/8 x 11 in; 330 x 280mm; creasing at corners. * Lewis, Sinclair. Photo portrait. New York: Pach Bros., [ca 1940]. Sepia-toned silver print, 13 7/8 x 11 in; 330 x 280mm; minor creasing. * _ _. Photo portrait. New York: Marceau, [ca 1905]. Silver print, 7 5/8 x 3 3/4 in; 193 x 95mm, orig mount; minor wear. * Maugham, Somerset. Photo portrait. New York: Pach Bros., [ca 1940]. Sepia-toned silver print, 13 7/8 x 11 in; 330 x 280mm; minor wear. * Miller, Henry. Photo portrait signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm; minor wear. * Ruskin, John. Carte-de-visite portrait. Elliott and Fry mtd albumen print, ca 1860s.Tangore, Rabindranath. Photo portrait signed. Ca 1925. Sepia-toned silver print, 8 3/8 x 6 in; 213 x 153mm; minor wear. * Twain, Mark. Photo portrait signed. New York: Pach Bros., 1908. Sepia-toned silver print, 13 7/8 x 11 in; 330 x 280mm; some wear & creasing at edges. * Whitman, Walt. Carte-de-visite portrait. $250-400 378 132397/46 3 pieces. Harte, Bret. Autograph Material &c: Short autograph letters signed (2). [Paris?; New York, ca 1800.] Both to Lord Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes), arranging breakfast & lunch meetings. * Carte-de-visite portrait, by Sarony. $100-150


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379 132397/33 1 piece. Hazlitt, W[illiam]. Autograph Letter Signed. N.p. [London?], n.d. [ca 1815]. 1p, sm 4to; occasional chipping at edges just touching a few letters, some light creasing. “My dear Sir, / I have heard from the Jeffrey this morning, the great man seems favorable ... He shall put it in the next number.” Referring to Francis Jeffrey, editor of the Edinburgh Review. $300-500 380 132397/14 Lot. Hesse, Herman. Autograph Material: Typed letter signed. N.p., n.d. 2pp, 8vo (1 sheet), with vignette head after watercolor by Hesse. Signed in pencil to Dr. Meng. * Postcards signed (4). 3 signed “H. Hesse,” 1 initialed, 2 with holograph. * Presentation sleeve signed & inscr, holding 2 pamphlets: “Chinesische Legende” & “Zwei Gedichte.” * Half-tone bust portrait signed & inscribed, “H. Hesse” below image in pencil. 7 items. $600-900 381 132397/48 Lot. Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Sr.; Lowell, James Russell. Autograph Material: Holmes, O[liver] W[endell], [Sr.] Autograph letter signed. Boston, Dec 14, 1842. 2pp, 4to, with integral address leaf. To Oscar T. Keeler, Esq., New York, responding to a request for “a few lines” & signing his name in full. * _ _. Autograph note signed. N.p., 1857. 1p, 32mo. Complying with request for autograph, signed in full. * _ _. ALs. Boston, Nov 9, 1883. 1p, 12mo. Responding to a request for an autograph, signed in full on his 296 Beacon Street letterhead. * _ _. ALs. Boston, Nov 24, [18]86. 2pp, 8vo. To Dr. F.P. Pucher, touching on medical journal articles, typhoid, &c. Signed, “O.W. Holmes.” * Lowell, J[ames] R[ussell]. Autograph letter signed. [London], n.d. 1p, 12mo, accepting a dinner invitation. * _ _. Autograph note signed. With 1 etched & 1 engraved portrait. 6 autograph items. $300-500 382 132397/47 1 piece. Irving, Washington. Autograph letter signed. Sunnyside, June 9, 1858. 1p, 8vo; minor creasing. Apologizing for a delay in fulfilling a request for an autograph, “I have been so much tasked of late in preparing a volume for the press that I have had to spare myself all extra exposures of the pen.” $250-400

383 141108/1 1 piece. Longfellow, Henry W[adsworth]. Autograph Letter Signed. Bowdoin College, [ME], Oct 29, 1832. 1p, 4to; creasing & a few small separations along old folds. Letter of introduction for his “friend Mr. Cortes, a Spanish gentleman, whose acquaintance I made ... in Madrid. His is a Don of noble family.” Written while a young professor at Bowdoin. Clear signature with stron verticle crease through the “o” in Longfellow. Framed with engraved portrait. $400-600 384 132397/28 Lot. Maugham, W.S. Autograph Material & Original Photos: Autograph letter signed. Villa Mauresque, Apr 16, [1957]. 1 p, 8vo. To Miss Mitchell, thanking her for the gift of a tie he know plans to wear on a visit to Germany & Austria. “It is a bit of a rush going to a place [Heidelberg] that one has not been for more than sixty years.” With addressed envelope. * Typed letter signed. Villa Mauresque, Jan 31, 1961. 1p, 12mo. * Postal cover signed, 1961. * Photo portrait signed & inscr. Silver print, 6 1/2 x 5 in; 165 x 127mm. * Lot also includes 14 silver print photos, most 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm or smaller, of W.S. Maugham at the estate of Nelson Doubleday at Oyster Bay, NY, 1940. $300-500 385 132397/9 1 piece. Maupassant, Guy de. Autograph Letter Signed. Yacht Bel-Ami, n.d. [ca 1886-1890]. 1p, 12mo, with integral leaf, on his initialed letterhead. Some minor dust smudging. $800-1,200 386 138177/1B 1 piece. Autograph Material - Milne, A.A.; Shepherd, Ernet H.: Milne, A.A. Autograph quotation signed. 1p, sm 8vo; slightly toned, small close tear - not touching holograph. For Miss Pringle, “When we were very young / Corner-of-the-street ... “, followed by 7 holograph lines. [Framed with:] Shepherd, Ernet H. Autograph letter signed. Lodsworth, Sussex, Oct 20, 1957. 1p, sm 4to; slightly toned. Embellished with orig pencil drawing of Piglet. To Mr. Gwynne Hughes, “Since Piglet seems to be your favorite character, I send you his portrait ... “ Both on letterhead. $400-700


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387 132397/18 Lot. Nazi-Banned & Anti-Nazi German-Languange Authors Autograph Material: Graf, Oscar Maria. Typed letters signed (2). New York, Feb 3, [18]54 & Apr 6, [18]61. 2pp, 4to; 1p, 4to. * Habe, Hans. TLs (3). Ascona, 1971. 2pp; 2pp; 1p, all 4to. * Kaiser, George. Autograph note signed. Berlin, 1919. 1p, 8vo. * Kastner, Erich. TLs. Munich, Nov 30, 1971. 1p, 4to. * Kerr, Alfred. Autograph postcard signed. Holstein, Aug 29, 1926. To Prof. Boss, with Cornelius Wagner ALs to boss. * Michaelis, Karin. Autograph letter signed. Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Feb, 1911. 6pp, lg 4to, on Hotel Goldener Hirsch letterhead. * Rauschning, Hermann. Holograph Quotation from Abraham Lincoln. “Blood cannot restore blood ... “ on Rauschning’s President of the Free City of Danzig letterhead, 4to sheet, ca 19331934. Presumably signed. * Renn, Ludwig. Greeting card signed (“World Peace”), [ca 1960]. * Sachs, Nelly. Autograph postcard signed. Stockholm, June 18, 1969. * _ _. Verso of Noble banquet photo signed & inscr. Nobel literature laureate 1966. * Unruh, Fritz von. ALs. New York, Nov 22, 1966. 1p, 4to. * _ _. ANs. * Zuckmayer, Carl. ALs. Woodstock, Nov 23, 1953. 2pp, 4to. _ _. TLs. Aug 25, 1941. 1p, 4to. * _ _. TNs. Oct 12, 1945. Approx. 17 items. $150-250 388 132397/38 Lot. Sandberg, Carl. Autograph Material &c: Typescript signed. “Speech before The Congress of the United States [on Abraham Lincoln].” N.p., [Feb 12, 1959.] 9pp, 4to, rectos of 9 sheets; last sheet a little discolored. Signed in ink at head of 1st sheet above title. On the occasion of Lincoln’s 150th birthday. * Typed letter signed. Harbert, MI, Chikaming Goat Farm, Jan 8, [19]42. 1p, 8vo. To Mrs. Wainwright, in typed addressed postal envelope. * Orig photographs (10). Silver prints, 7 1/2 x 7 1/2 in; 190 x 190mm; occasional light creasing. Depicting Sandburg (& Mrs. Sandburg in 2 images) working with his grandchildren and the livestock at Chikaming Goat Farm. Executed by George Pickow, Three Lions Inc. $200-300 389 132397/29 3 pieces. Shaw, G[eorge] Bernard. Autograph Material: Typed letter signed. London, May 27, 1916. 1p, 4to; small tears along old folds. To the actor William Faversham, relating to a possible role in Shaw’s “Getting Married.” * TLs. London, Jan 10, 1936. 1p, 4to. On Shaw’s letterhead, to the British journalist & politician Vernon Bartlett, “We are horrified to hear that you have broken your leg. How much have you broken it? ... How much sympathy, exactly, do we owe you?” * Autograph letter signed. Ayot Saint Lawrence, Sept 21, 1948. 1p, 16mo. “My dear Judy, / Copy my green corrections ... “ $800-1,200

390 132397/26 Lot. Snow, C.P & Pamela. Autograph Material: File of 22 autograph & typed letters signed. London, New York, etc, ca 1950-1961. To Professer & Mrs. Arthur Mizener, Dept of English, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 19 letters by C.P. Snow (11 ALs + 8 TLs), usually signed, “Charles.” 3 letters by Pamela Snow (2 TLs + 1 ALs) to Rosemary Mizener. Contents related to the couples’ friendship as well as academic lecturing engagements. 22 items. $300-500 391 132397/43 3 pieces. Rinehart, Mary Roberts. Autograph Material: Autograph letter signed. Pittsburg, Feb 20, [ca 1920]. 1p, oblong 8vo; minor creasing. On her husband’s letterhead, on ill health delaying a new composition. * Photo portrait signed & inscr. Silver print, 3/4-figure portrait by Underwood & Underwood, ca 1920, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. * Photo portrait signed & inscr. Silver print, bust portrait by Phyfe, ca 1950, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Both photos clean & attractive. $120-180 392 132397/13 Lot. Scandinavian Authors - Autograph Material: Bjorenson, Bjornstjerne. Autograph postcard signed, 1906. Photo postcard portrait signed on mat. First Scandinavian awarded Nobel Prize. * Gunnarsson, Gunnar. Autograph letter signed. Reykivik, May 7, 1950. 1 p, 4to; . Aerogram to Lester Roberts, relating to availability of English translations of his work. * Hamson, Knut. Autograph letter signed. Norway, Aug 29, 1927. 1p, 4to. In English, accepting a commission for an article. * _ _. Card signed. Nobel Prize winner. * Lindgren, Astrid. Typed letters signed (5). 19751986. All 1p, 4to. * Lagerlof, Selma. Typed letter signed. Faulen, Apr 17, 1905. 1p, 8vo. * _ _. Photo portrait signed with holograph inscr, 1924. * _ _. Card signed & inscr. * _ _. Photo portrait signed & dated. Falun, Jan 1, 1939. Signed below on mat, 9 1/4 x 7in; 235 x 180mm (vertical crease). * Waltary, Mika. Short autograph letter signed on card stock, 1964. 15 items. $250-400 393 132397/5 1 piece. Sienkiewicz, Henryk. Autograph Letter Signed. Oct 5, 1896. 1p, 12mo, with integral leaf; light to moderate creasing along old folds. In German, to S.R. Landale, Vienne, authorozing the German translation & publication of his novel Krzyzacy. Sienkiewicz, Henryk, 1846-1916, Nobel Prize winning Polish author. $200-300


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394 132397/6 1 piece. Turgenev, Ivan Sergeyevich. Autograph Letter Signed. Paris, Feb 9, 1883. 2pp, 12mo, with integral leaf; minor creasing along old horizontal fold. In Russian, to P.V., discussing a recent operation, the state of his health, Immanuel Kant’s advice to reduce pain by contemplating its nature, his short story “Clara Milich.” Likely addressed to his friend, Pauline Garcia-Viardot. $1,200-1,800


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395 131824/1 2 pieces. Stevenson, Robert Louis. Autograph Material: Photograph signed & inscribed. To Will H. Low. 3/4 figure standing portrait, albumen print, 7 5/8 x 5 3/8in; 195 x 133mm, on orig paper mount; light creasing & moderate discoloration & fading to image. Signed & inscribed on verso of brown paper mount. * Autograph manuscript signed. [Paris], Aug 18, 1886. Complete poem in 2 stanzas: “To Mrs Will H. Low. Even in the bluest Monday of July ...” Fair copy of the poem published in 1885 as #12 of A Child’s Garden of Versus, with the dedication to Mrs. Low as its published heading. 1p, 4to, moderately toned, light horizontal crease, minor chipping at top edge no loss to ms. Fair copy signed & dated by Stevenson to the poems orig dedicatee. Low, Will H., 1853-1933, American painter & illustrator, friend & dedicatee of published poem by R.L. Stevenson. Provenance: Through the family of Georgiana Timhen & John Hemming Fry, she an American artist, friends of Will H & Mrs Low in late 19th-century Paris. $10,000-15,000


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Music & Performance Arts Lots 396-465 396 132397/100 Lot. American Classical Composers - Autograph Material: Dawson, William [Levi]. Autograph music quotation signed. 5 bars from “Negro Folk Symphony.” * Goldmark, Rubin. Autograph music quotation signed, inscr & dated. May 30, 1922. 3 bars from “Gettysburg Requiem.” * Gould, Morton. Autograph music quotation signed, inscr & dated. Oct 1, 1976. 3 bars from “Spirituals for Orchestra.” * Korngold, Enrich W. Season’s greetings card signed. 1955. Also signed by his wife, Luzi. * Paine, John K. Autograph letter signed. nuremburg, Aug 6, 1894. 4pp, 4to. * Thomas, Virgil. Ptd card signed. On yellow cardstock. “Virgil Thomas by Virgil Thomas.” * Toch, Ernst. Typed letter signed. Santa Monica, Oct 28, 1959. 1p, 4to. To Emil Hilb, on the role of condensed scores in symphonic composition. 7 autograph items. $200-300 397 132397/88 Lot. American Musicians & Composers - Theatre, Jazz & Pop Autograph Material: Blitzstein, Marc. Ventnor City, NJ, Feb 25, 1937. 3pp, 16mo. * Herbert, Victor. Typed letter signed. New York, Sept 2, 1899. 1p, 4to. To A.W. Foerster, discussing the suitability of his “Dedication March” for inclusion in a symphony concert. * Gershwin, Ira. First Day of Issue George Gershwin postal cover signed. Spielman, Fritz. Small file of signed greeting cards, signed ephemera &c. $250-400 398 132397/87 1 piece. Armstrong, Louis. Photo Signed & Inscribed. Ca 1960. Silver print, 9 1/2 x 8 in; 240 x 203mm. 3/4 standing portrait with trumpet. Minor wear. With (2) silver prints of Armstrong on an African tour. $200-300 398A 132394/1 1 piece. (Army Relief Show.) Poster Signed. “Appreciation to Mr. Lee Shubert.” Sept 30, 1942. 21 x 15 1/2 in; 533 x 395mm. Singed in red, blue & black ink by more than 80 performing arts notables, including: Andrew Sisters, Edward Arnold, Constance Bennett, Ray Bolger, Bobby Clark , Lilian Gish, Al Jolson, Danny Kaye, Veronica Lake, Joe E. Lewis, Ethel Merman, Grace Moore, Vincent Price, Ritz Brothers, Noble Sissle, Ed Sullivan, Ed Wynn. $250-400

399 132590/25A 1 piece. Balanchine, George. Photograph Signed & Inscribed. Silver print, 8 x 10in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in black ink. Clean & clear. Collection of Moe Septee. $200-300 400 132590/28 6 pieces. Ballerinas - Photographs Signed: Fonteyn, Margot de Arias. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1967 in reddish brown marker. Framed. * Hayden, Marcia. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in violet marker. * McBride, Patricia. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Badly faded inscr & signature. * Plisetzhaya, Maya. Silver print, 9 1/2 x 11 1/2 in; 240 x 290mm; minor chipping at edges. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated, “15/V-66” in black ink. * _ _. Silver print, 8 x 7 in; 203 x 180mm. Signed in black ink. Framed with: Maximova, Mariana, silver print, 8 x 7 in, signed in black ink. * Tallchief, Maria. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. All clean & clear unless otherwise noted, all except McBride in dance performance or pose. 7 photos (2 framed). Collection of Moe Septee. $250-400 401 132590/34 8 pieces. Classical Music Conductors & Performers - Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Berenbaum, Daniel. Chromogenic print, 10 x 13 1/2 in; 254 x 340mm. Inscr to Moe [Septee] in blue marker. Conducting. * _ _. Silver print, 9 x 7 in; 225 x 175mm. Inscr to Moe [Septee] in green marker. * Perlman, Itzhak. Chromogenic print, 14 x 11 in; 355 x 280mm. Inscr to Moe [Septee] & dated May 12, 1985 in black marker. Playing violin. * Galway, James. Chromogenic print, 9 1/4 x 11 1/2 in; 235 x 290mm. Inscr to Moe [Septee] & dated 1983 in purple marker. Playing flute. * Rostropovich, Mstislav. Chromogenic print, 11 x 9 3/4 in; 355 x 248mm. Inscr to Moe [Septee] & dated 1972 in black marker. Playing cello. * _ _. Chromogenic print, 11 x 14 1/4 in; 280 x 360mm. Inscr to Moe [Septee] & dated 1985 in white marker. Playing cello. * [Watts], Andre. Chromogenic print, 14 x 11 in; 355 x 280mm. Inscr to Moe [Septee] in black marker. Playing piano. * Tabaldi, R.; Corelli, Franco. Lg format chromogenic print signed. All clean & clear. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500


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402 132397/41 1 piece. Berlioz, H[ector]. Autograph Letter Signed. N.p., Friday evening, [18??]. 1p, 12mo; light vertical center crease, minor spotting. To an unidentified female correspondent, arranging a meeting with her, having hoped that she meet (the French writer on music) [Joseph Louis] d’Ortique, who is away in Provance, along with (the French composer & critic) Leon Kreutzer - comprisal from the French. Framed with portrait. $1,200-1,800 403 132590/13 6 pieces. Classical Music Conductors - Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Bernstein, Leonard. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1972 in moderately faded ink. Profile portrait. * Leinsdorf, Erich. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee. Studying a score. Clean & clear. * Mehta, Zubin. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in blue ink. Portrait. * Munch, Charles. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Framed with card inscr to Moe Septee in ink. Portrait. Clean & attractive. * Ormandy, Eugene. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm; some creasing & dampwrinkling. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated, “Phila, Sept 28, 1965” in faded ink below image. * Ozawa, Seiji. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated Feb 21, 1974 in marker. Clean & clear. All framed. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500 404 132397/88A 1 piece. Brubeck, Dave. Program Signed. Sacramento, CA, 1955. 4to sheet; light to moderate creasing. Also signed by Paul Desmond, Joe Dodge & Norman Bates. $80-120

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405 132590/3 1 piece. Callas, Maria. Photograph Signed & Inscribed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr & dated 1974 in slightly faded blue ink. Framed. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500 406 132590/4 1 piece. Callas, Maria. Photograph Signed & Inscribed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & dated 1974 in blue marker. Dark, bold & clear signature. Well-preserved photo with strong tonal contrast. S. Hurok stamp on verso. Collection of Moe Septee. $400-700

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407 132590/5 1 piece. Callas, Maria. Photograph Signed & Inscribed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & dated 1974 in blue marker. Dark, bold & clear signature. Well-preserved photo with strong tonal contrast. S. Hurok stamp on verso. Collection of Moe Septee. $400-700 408 132397/97 4 pieces. Caruso, Enrico. Autograph Material: Photo portrait postcard signed & dated. Oct 6, 1907. * (2) postcards addressed in Caruso’s hand, 1907. * Wash drawing signed & inscr. Portrait of a woman drawn by another hand, on cardstock. $400-600 409 141074/1 1 piece. Caruso, Enrico. Vocal & Orchestal Program Signed. Signed, incr & embellished with self-caricature in black ink. N.p., 1909(?) 7 x 5 in; 178 x 125mm; chipped at center of top edge small loss to top edge of caricature. Clean & clear. Framed. $500-800 410 132397/101 Lot. Classical Music Conductors - Autograph Material: Bernstein, Leonard. Photo postcard signed. Ca 1945. Minor creasing. * _ _. Photo signed. Ca 1970. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm; light creasing. Pictured with conductor Sylvia Caduff. * Damrosch, Walter [J.] Cabinet card signed. Ca 1900. Minor wear. * _ _. Photo signed, inscr & dated. June 1, 1943. 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm.* Karajan, Herbert. Program signed, [1961.] * Leinsdorf, Erich. Photo signed. [Ca 1960s.] Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm; light wear. * Serkin, Rudolf. Photo signed inscr & dated. 1967. 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Light edge wear. * Walter, Bruno. Photo signed, inscr & dated. June 1948. Silver print, 5 x 3 3/4 in; 125 x 95mm. * _ _. Season’s greetings card signed. [Ca 1960.] 9 autograph items. $400-600 411 132590/14 8 pieces. Classical Music Conductors & Composers - Autograph Material: Ashkenazi, Vova [Vladimir]. Autograph letter signed. Luzen, Mar 3, 1980. 1p, 4to. To Moe Septee; creasing along old folds. * Beecham, Thomas. Photo signed, ca 1950. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. AS conductor of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, seated with baton. Signed below image. Clean & attractive. * Bonynge, Richard. Photo signed & inscr to Moe Septee. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Clean & attractive. * Casadesus, Robert. Photo inscr to Moe Septee & dated Nov 1966. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Clean & attractive. * Diamond, David. Typed letter signed.

New York, Sept 14, 1965. 1p, 4to; light creasing along old folds. To Moe Septee, arranging a meeting at the Hotel Iroquois. Clean & attractive. * Kondraskin, Kiril. Photo signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated, “New York, 25, 1, 70” in marker. Silver print, 7 3/8 x 9 3/8 in; 187 x 238mm; minor creasing at corners. * Solti, George. Photo signed & inscr to Moe Septee in marker below image. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Mtd on bd. Clean & attractive. * Schippers, Thomas. Photo signed, inscr & dated, “Newark [19]61.” Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm; minor creasing. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500 412 132397/105 Lot. Classical Music Composers, Conductors & Virtuosi - Autograph Material: Alexandrox, Anatoly. Inscribed card signed. * Abravanel, Maurice de. Program signed. * Backhaus, Wilhelm. Autograph letter signed, typed letter signed, autograph card signed & inscr, photo portrait postcard signed, program signed. * Bodanzky, Arthur. Photo signed & inscr, 1939, 10 x 8 in. * Boehm, Karl. Photo signed. Boult, Adrian Cedric. Photo signed, 1975, 10 x 8 in. * Bruell, Ignaz. ALs (2), photo signed. * Casadesus, Francois L. ALs. * Casadesus, Robert. Program signed. * Egk, Werner. Autograph music quotation signed, with mtd photo. * Einew, Gottfried von. Autograph music quotations signed (2), addressed envelope. * Eisner, Bruno. ALs (2). * Goldchmann, Vladimir. TLs, autograph music quotation signed. * Gruenfeld, Alfred. Autograph music quotation signed & inscr, on card stock. * Harasiewicz, Adam. Program signed. * Hofmann, Joseph K. Autograph music quotation signed. * Hubay, Jeno. Autograph music quotation signed with mtd photo, on card stock. * Iturbi, Jose. Autograph music quotation signed. * Kalman, Emmrich. ALs. * Kinzl, Wilhelm. Booklet signed. Rienzel’s 75th Birthday Celebration, Vienna, 1932. 4to, orig stiff wrappers. Illus. Signed by Kinzl on verso of front wrapper. * Kubelik, J. Rafael. Photo signe d& inscr. * Leschetizky, Theodore. Photo portrait postcard signed with autograph music quotation. * Manners, David. Photo signed & inscr, excised advt signed. * Milstein, Nathan. Program signed. * Mottl, Felix. ALs, cabinet cardportrait signed on verso. * Nikish, Arthur. Album leaf with autograph music quotation, from Pilgrim Chorus, R. Wagner’s Tannhauser Overture, signed on verso by Joseph Hollman, Raoul Pugno, Francesca Tamagno, Marianne Clare Eissler. * Piatigorsky, Gregor. Photo signed, 1945, 10 x 8 in; guestbook leaf signed with drawing of cello. * Rosenthal, Moriz. ALs (2). Saur, Emil. Autograph music quotation signed & dated, “1921.” Stiedry, Fritz. Photo signed & inscr, 1958, 10 x 8 in. * Wagner, Siegfried. ALs, with (2) group photos. * Weinberger, Jaromir. ALs, with addressed envelope. * Wieniawski, Adam. ALs. * Zemlinsky, Alexander. ALs, with addressed envelope. * Lot also incl small file of letters; photo of Sir Alma-Tadema’s piano; TLs of the music critic, Harold C. Schonberg. More than 45 autograph items. $80-1,200


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413 132590/8 8 pieces. Classical Music Programs Signed: Horowitz, Vladimir. Academy of Music, Philadelphia, Nov 25, 1979. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in ink. * Another of the preceding, signed in blue ink. * Another of the preceding, signed in blue ink. * Milstein, Nathan. Philadelphia All Star-Forum, Academy of Music, Dec 6, 1981. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated in blue ink. * de Pasquale, Joseph. Phila Orchestra, 1976-1977. Signed in black marker. Temirkanon, Yori. Phila Orchestra, 1978-1979. Signed with caricature in ink. * Persichetti, Vincent; Duphil, Monique. Phila Orchestra, 1975-1976. Signed in ink by both. * Barenboim, Daniel. All Star-Forum, Academy of Music, Oct 12, 1976. Signed in ink on verso of front self wrapper. Collection of Moe Septee. $250-400 414 132397/102 Lot. Classical Music Virtuosi - Autograph Material: Gabrilowitsch, Ossip. Typed letter signed. Detroit, Apr 16, 1927. 1p, 4to, on Detroit Symphony letterhead; light creasing along old folds. In german, to Prof. Friedrich Buxbaum. * _ _. Cut signature. * Horowitz, Vladimir. First Day of Issue postal cover signed. Oct 15, 1964. * Hubermann, Bronislaw. Autograph note signed. N.p., May 18, 1923. * Joachim, Josef. Autograph letter signed. [London, ca 1880s.] 4pp, 8vo. In English, to the music critic Clarence Lucas. * _ _. Autograph letter initialed. N.p., n.d. 2pp, 8vo. In German. * _ _. Autograph music quotation signed, dated & inscr. Berlin, Feb 1887. * Kreisler, Fritz. Photo signed & dated. 1915. Silver print, 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 in; 170 x 115mm; minor wear. * _ _. Photo signed. [Ca 1920.] Silver print, 6 1/4 x 5 in; 160 x 124mm; minor wear. * _ _. Menu signed. [1925.] “The Bohemians” dinner in honor of Kreisler’s 50th birthday. Crisp & clean. * _ _. Autograph letter signed. Paris, Sept 6, [19]39. 2pp, 4to. To Mr. Bottenheim. * Stern, Isaac. TLs. Geneva, Sept 23, 1956. 1p, 4to; some edge wear. $500-800

415 132590/24 4 pieces. Classical Guitarists - Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Bream, Julian. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm; minor edge wear. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated Feb 16, 1969 in purple marker. * Parkening, Christopher. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in black ink. Sergovia, Andres. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1976 in slightly smudged blue ink. * _ _. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1967 in black ink, just starting to fade. Framed. All shown with instruments. Clean & clear unless otherwise noted. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500 416 132590/15 6 pieces. Classical Music Pianists - Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Ashkenazi, V[ladimir]. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated Feb 4, 1974 in purple marker. Studying score at the piano. Clean & clear. * Cliburn, Van. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated, “28/1/61” in blue ink. Clean & clear. * Dichter, Maria. Ca 1970s. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in blue ink. Clean & clear. * Frankl, Peter. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated Feb 28, 1967 in slightly faded blue ink. * Richter, Sviatoslav. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Seated portrait. Signed in imitation of musical notation on staff. Clean & clear. * [Watts], Andre. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Insc to Mr. [Moe] Septee in black marker. Seated at piano. Clean & clear. All framed. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500 417 132590/19A 6 pieces. Classical Pianists - Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Gilels, Emil. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & dated 1969 in blue marker. Clean & clear. * Hoffman, Josef [Casimis]. Silver print, 14 x 11 in; 355 x 280mm; some creasing & slightly dusty at edges, a few light short fissures in image. Signed, inscr to Emma Feldman & dated, “Merion PA 1936” in blue ink below image. * Mathis, James. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated Mar 23, 1969 in blue ink. Clean & clear. * Richter, Sviatoslav. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. Clean & clear. * Serkin, Rudolf. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated Jan 29, 1968 in black marker. Clean & clear. * Sokolov, Grigory. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated, “17/4-69” in blue marker. Clean & clear. Collection of Moe Septee. $400-600


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418 132590/18A 8 pieces. Classical Pianists - Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Browning, John. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated, “1 Nov. 70” in purple marker. Standing against piano. Clean & clear. * Dichter, Misha. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed & inscr in blue ink. Clean & clear. * Entremont, Philip. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in slightly fading blue ink. * Gilels, Emil. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm, mtd to bd. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1969 in slightly faded light red ink. * Fitzdale, Robert; Gold, Arthur. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm, mtd to bd. Signed & inscr to Moe [Septee] in marker. With pianos. * Serkin, Moe. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated Jan 29, 1968 in black marker. Clean & clear. * Slobodyanik, Alexander. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signe,d inscr to Moe Septee & dated Dec 1969 in black marker. Clean & clear. Collection of Moe Septee. $500-800 419 132590/19 4 pieces. Classical Music Female Pianists - Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Bachauer, Gina. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1969 in fading marker. Mtd on bd. * De Larrocha, Alicia. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm; light edge wear. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated Apr 15, 1970 in fading blue ink. * Myra, Hess. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm; upper right corner cut away. Ca 1940. Signed &inscr to Emma Feldman below image. * Kraus, Lili. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated Nov 9, 1969 in blue marker. Clean & clear. Collection of Moe Septee. $250-400 420 132590/17 4 pieces. Classical Violinists - Photographs Signed: Francescatti, Zino. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1966 in blue ink. Playing violin. Clean & clear. * Oistrackh, David. Silver print, 7 x 9 1/4 in; 180 x 235mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated, “3, x1, [19]65” in brown marker below image. Playing to violin. * Perlman, Itzhac. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated, Oct 29, 1967 in purple marker. Playing the violin. Clean & clear. * Stern, Isaac. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1965 in black marker. Studying score with recumbent violin in foreground. Clean & clear. All framed. Collection of Moe Septee. $200-300

421 132590/18 8 pieces. Classical Violinists - Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Kubelik, Rafael. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in blue ink. Clean & clear. * Maazel, Lorin. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr in fading blue marker. * Milstein, Nathan. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1981 in black marker. Playing violin. Clean & clear. * Mintz, Shlomo. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe [Septee] with short muscial quotation in black marker. Clean & clear. * Oistrakh, David. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & dated 1959 in black ink. Inscr a littl smudged. Playing violin. * _ _. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated, “16.x1.63” in blue ink below image. Playing violin. Clean & clear. * Stern, Isaac. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated Nov 20, 1966 in moderately fading marker. In study with recumbent violin. * _ _. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Also signed by Eugene Istomin & Leonard Ross. Picturing the trio practicing. Clean & clear. Collection of Moe Septee. $600-900 422 132590/21 1 piece. Cook, Peter; Moore, Dudley. Photograph Signed & Inscribed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in red marker. Clean & clear. Collection of Moe Septee. $120-180 423 132590/29 9 pieces. Dancers - Autograph Material: Antonio. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1968. * Baryshnikov, Mikkhail. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in blue-green ink; slightly faded. * Cranko, John. Silver prin, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in faded purple ink. * Englevsky, Andre. Typed letter signed. Massapequa, July 12, 1967. 1p, 4to. To Moe Septee. * _ _. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. * Greco, Jose. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. * Mitchell, Arthur. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr in blue marker. * (New York City Ballet.) Thank you note signed by Patricia McBride, Gelsey Kirklank, Edward Villella, et al. 17 autographs. [To Moe Septee.] * Prokovsky, Andre. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. * Wilson, Billy. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dates 1975 in blue ink on verso. All clean & clear unless otherwise noted. Collection of Moe Septee. $200-300


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425 132397/94 Lot. European Composers &c - Flourishing First Half of 19th-Century Autograph Material: Auber, [Daniel Francois Espirit]. Printed Conservatore Imperial de Musique documents signed (2). Ca 1850s. Filled in in ms, 1 addressed to Giacomo Meyerbeer. * Bishop, Sir Henry. Autograph letter signed. [London], Mar 2, 1753. 3pp, 8vo. * Hiller Ferdinand. Card signed & inscr. * Novello, Vincent. ALs. London, Nov 22, [18]28. 2pp, 8vo. To C. Hatchett, relating to music publishing. * Romberg, Bernhard. ALs. Hamburg, Jan 6, 1835. 2pp, 4to. Touching on a violin protege, new compositions & music publishing. *_ _. Autograph music quotation signed. “Perpetual Canon for Two Violins” - 28 bars. * Spohr, Louis. ALs. London, June 13, 1838. 2pp, 4to, with integral address leaf; some edge wear, possible loss of a few words. $200-300 425A 132590/27 3 pieces. Graham, Martha. Original Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in marker; starting to fade. * Silver print, 7 1/2 x 9 1/8 in; 190 x 230mm. Signed in blue marker. Ca 1960s. * Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed in blue marker. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500 424

424 132590/6 2 pieces. Du Pre, Jacqueline. Photographs Signed: Du Pre, Jacqueline; Barenboim, Daniel. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Ca 1970. Clean & attractive, strong & clear signatures in blue ink. Pictured together reading a Brahms score. * Du Pre, Jacqueline. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Ca 1970. Signed & inscr to Moe [Septee] in slightly to moderately fading blue ink by Du Pre. Head shot with cello. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500

426 OWNED/694 7 pieces. Hollywood Production Stills &c - Photographs Signed:March, Fredric; Hopkins, Miriam. “Design for Living.” 1933. Also inscribed by Hopkins. * Brent, George; Francis, Kay. “The Goose and The Gander.” 1935. Also inscribed by Brent. Perforations in bottom margin. * Stewart, James; Dietrich, Marlene. [“Destry Rides Again” 1939 - reissue?]. Also inscribed by Stewart & Dietrich. * _ _; _ _. “No Highway.” 1951. Also inscribed by Stewart & Dietrich. * Cotton, Joseph; Rogers, Ginger. [“I’ll Be Seeing You.” 1945]. * Niven, David; Oberon, Merle. “Beloved Enemy.” 1936. Also inscribed by Niven. * Cagney, James; Sidney, Sylvia. Ca. 1940. Also inscribed by Sidney. All silver prints, all 8 x 10 inches (203 x 254mm), except the last listed, 6 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches (170 x 240mm). Scattered minor creasing, other minor wear. $200-300 427 132590/7 1 piece. Horowitz, Vladimir. Photograph Signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated Dec 6, 1968 in blue ink. Clean & attractive. Collection of Moe Septee. $200-300


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430 No lot 431 132397/90 1 vol + 1 piece. Russian Composers - Autograph Material: Khachaturian, A[rum] [Ilich]. Score signed. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1946. 12mo, orig wrappers; minor wear. Signed by Khachaturian at head of score. * Shostakovich, Dimitri D. Caricature signed. In pencil, by Jack Rosen, at Press Conference Waldorf, Mar 25, [19]49. Sm 4to sheet. Signed by Rosen & Shostakovich. $300-500 432 132397/98 Lot. Lind, Jenny. Autograph Material: Autograph letter signed. [Rome]: Hotel de Russie, Mar 4, 1873. 6pp, 8vo; minor wear. To Mrs. Joachim [the singer Amalie Weiss], mostly expressing concerns for their children’s health, but also touching on her correspondent’s singing career, “Aren‘t you coming to London soon?” When will I hear you sing the Schumann songs?” Signed as Jenny L. Goldschmidt. * ALs. [London], Apr 21, [18??]. 3pp, 8vo; light creasing. Declining an invitation. Signed as Jenny Goldschmidt. * Cut signature, “Jenny Lind.” * Mtd postal enveleope cover, addressed in Lind’s hand. $400-600 428

428 132590/9 1 piece. Joplin, Janis. Document Signed. Philadelphia, May 23, 1969. 4pp, 4to. Contract for engagement at Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ, Aug 23, 1969. Signed twice by Joplin, also signed by impresario Moe Septee. Clean & attractive, strong Joplin signatures. Collection of Moe Septee. $500-800 429 132397/79 Lot. Kelly, Grace; Rainier III, Prince of Monaco. Autograph Material: Family portrait signed. Ca 1970. Silver print, 7 x 5 in. Signed by Grace de Monaco & Rainier. * Postal block signed. Signed by Grace de Monaco & Rainier. * Rainier III, Prince of Monaco. First Day of Issue postal cover signed. May 27, 1964. * Lot also incl philatelic marriage commemoratives. $250-400

433 132397/42 4 pieces. Loos, Anita. Autograph Material: Typescript with holograph corrections & revisions. “The Biography of a Book by Its Author.” N.p., [1962]. 4pp, 4to, on rectos; some creasing. On the origin of Lorelei Lee & “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.” * Autograph letter signed. Montecatini Terme, June 21, 1962. 1p, small 4to. To Mr. Pell, relating to the above typescript details. * Typed letter signed. Montecatini Terme, June 26, 1962. 1p, 4to. To Mr. Pell, relating to the publication of the above typescript as an introduction for a new edition (of “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”). * ALs. N.p., n.d. 1p, folio. To Cecil Beaton. Draft? on yellow legal pad sheet. $120-180 434 132397/93 1 piece. MacDowell, Edward. Photo Portrait Signed. Ca 1890s. Albumen print, 7 7/8 x 4 3/4 in; 200 x 120mm, orig mount; horizontal crease just affecting signature, other minor creases. $200-300 435 No lot. 132397/20


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436 132397/91 Lot. Modernist Composers - Autograph Material: Honegger, Arthur. Short typed letter signed. Paris, June 15, 1938. 1p, oblong 8vo; minor wear. Refering to the dancer Ida Rubinstein’s and his dramatic oratorio Jeanne d’Arc au bucher (premiered May 12, 1938). * Krenek, Ernst. (4) TLs; (5) ALs, (2) autograph music quoatations signed (1 on title-page of Universal Edition’s score of Jonny spielt auf); photo signed, 8 x 10 in. * Stockhousen, [Karlheinz]. Autograph letters signed (4). 1968 & 1969. 1 or 2pp, oblong sm folio. To Ernest Chapman of MacNaughton Concert Agency. With addressed envelope. $400-600 437 132397/85 Lot. Motion Picture Directors, Producers & Moguls - Autograph Material: Cukor, [George]. Typed letter signed. Los Angeles, Mar 14, 1962. 2pp, 4to; light creasing along old horizontal folds. To Mrs. Leslie Ross, “I was in town [San Francisco] ‘scouting’ locations for my next picture..., which is with Marilyn Monroe.” On his letterhead in his typed addressed envelope. * Graetz, Paul. Autograph letters signed (2). Hollywood, 1936. 10pp; 8pp, 4to. * DeMille, Cecil B. Orig pencil & wash Christmas card. 1947. To NY Times movie critic Bosley Crowther, in addressed envelope. * Laemmle, Carl. TLs. New York, May 21, 1931. 1p, 4to, on Universal Pictures letterhead. * Warner, Jack L. TLs. Century City, Dec 27, 1977. 1p, 4to, on his letterhead. To Joseph Aaronson on his 100th birthday. * Zanuck, Darryl F. TLs. Beverly Hills, Oct 10, 1952. 1p, 4to; light creases along old horizontal folds. On Entertainment Industry Joint Committee for EisenhowerNixon. $300-500 438 132397/80 Lot. Motion Picture Performers - Autograph Material: Fairbanks, Douglas. Ocean liner menu signed. S.S. “Albert Ballin,” Apr 21, 1928. Light to moderate edge wear. Inscr & dated by Fairbanks, Mary Pickford & the ship’s captain, P. Wiehr. * Chaplin, Charles. Photo signed & dated. Sept 14 [19]64. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Lost also incl (2) candid silver print photos of Chaplin et al., 1964. $300-500 439 132397/81 Lot. American Motion Picture Performers - Autograph Material: Bergman, Ingrid. Photo signed. Ca 1970. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * _ _. Photo signed. Ca 1980. Silver print, 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. * Crawford, Joan. Ocean liner menu signed & inscr. M.S. “Italia,” Feb 9, 1956. Horizontal crease. * Dressler, Marie. ALs. N.p., Apr 27, 1931. * Menjou, Adolphe. Photo signed & inscr. By Clarence Sinclair Bull, ca 1930-35. Silver print, 13 7/8 x 11 in. Some creasing & chipping in margins. Bull’s stamp on verso. * Hays, Helen. Typed

letter signed. N.p., July 1, 1970. 3pp, lg 4to. “A letter to my grandchildren.” * Ritter, Thelma. Christmas card signed. * Shearer, Norma. Photo signed & inscr. 1925. Silver print, 8 3/8 x 6 1/2 in; minor creasing at corners, glue residue on verso. * Davis, Ossie. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Fairbanks, Douglas, Jr. ALs. N.p., n.d. 1p, 4to. * Coogan, Jackie. Short TLs. [Palm Springs], Jan 25, 1980. * Robinson, Edward G. TLs. [Los Angeles], Nov 8, 1954. 1p, 4to. Relating to a tour of his art collection. 11 autograph items. $200-300 440 132590/26 2 pieces. Nureyev, Rudolf. Autograph Material: Photo signed & incr. Chromogenic print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in blue ink. In costume & tights, acknowledging applause. Clean & clear. Framed * Card signed & inscr to Moe Septee; starting to fade. Matted with 8 x 10 silver print performance photo. Collection of Moe Septee. $250-400 441 132397/96 Lot. Opera Performers &c - Flourishing Late 19th- & Early 20thCentury - Autograph Material: Boito, Arrigo. Autograph letter signed. N.p., n.d. 3pp, 8vo. [Translated from the Italian:] “You are asking advice about an opera libretto taken from a novel of yours.” * Melba, Nelly. Autograph letter initialed. N.p., n.d. 3pp, 12mo, on her blue & gold monogrammed stationery. * _ _. Gilt-ptd ms Christmas menu signed. * _ _. Card signed inscr & dated, 1905. * Reeves, John Sims. ALs. [London], n.d. 1p, 12mo. * Schuman-Heink, Ernestine. ALs. New York, Sept 15, 1928. On cardstock, in addressed envelope. * Slezak, Leo. Photo postcard signed. 1908. Some edge wear. 7 autograph items. $120-180 442 132590/24A 8 pieces. Opera Performers - Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Merrill, Robert. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. * Moffo, Anna. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in blue marker. * Pavarotti, Luciano. Signed & inscr in black marker. * Horne, Marilyn. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in pink marker; rather faded & a little dampwrinkled. * Peerce, Jan. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1965 in black marker. * Sills, Beverly. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in blue ink. * Sutherland, Joan. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. * Tabaldi, Renata. Signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1972 in blue marker. All silver prints (excepting Pavarotti, chromogenic), 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203 in, all framed, clean & clear unless otherwise noted. Collection of Moe Septee. $250-400


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443 132397/95 Lot. Opera Performers - Flourishing 20th-Century - Autograph Material: Bumbry, Grace. Photo signed. [1960s.] Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm; some creasing & edge wear, signature just affected by damp. * _ _. Postal cover signed. Nov 20, 1946. * Hines, Jerome. Photos signed (2). Ca 1970. Silver prints, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Each with biblical chapter & verse ms reference. * [Lehmann], Lotte. Christmas card signed. Ca 1960s. To Lauritz Melchior, with 13-line autograph note. * _ _. Typed letter signed. Santa Barbara, Feb 24, 1963. 1p, 4to, on her letterhead. To Lauritz Melchior, with ms ammendations &c. * Melchior, Lauritz. Photos signed (7). Most 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. 3 signed in full. * Tauber, Richard. Photo postcard signed & inscr. * Tibbett, Lawrence. Short TLs. [New York], Apr 15, 1936. 10, 4to, on his letterhead. 16 autograph items. $300-500 444 132590/25 8 pieces. Opera & Other Classical Vocalists - Autograph Material: Baker, Janet. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm, mtd on bd. Inscr to Moe Septee in blue-green marker. * Corelli, Franco. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm, mtd on bd. Inscr to moe Septee in moderatley faded blue ink. * Fisher-Dieskau, Dietrich. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in moderately faded blue marker. * Flagstad, Kirsten. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Ca 1940. Inscr to Emma Feldman in slightly faded blue ink. * Merrill, Robert. Document signed. Philadelphia, May 19, 1981. 1p, 4to. All Star-Forum Performance contract, also signed by Moe Septee. * Nilsson, Brigit. Photo signed. Silver print, 9 1/2 x 7 1/4 in; 240 x 182mm; light edge wear. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1970 in blue-green marker. * Price, Leontyne. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm, mtd to bd. Inscr to Moe Septee in blue ink. * Sutherland, Joan. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. All clean & clear unless otherwise noted. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500 445 132397/99 Lot. Orchestral Conductors - Flourishing in Philadelphia & New York: Ormandy, Eugene. Photot signed & dated. 1967. Silver print, 9 x 7 1/4 in; 228 x 185mm; minor edge wear. Signed in red. * Stokowski, Leopold. Photo signed & inscr. Ca 1920. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 293mm. Dramatic profile by E. Goldensky. Minor wear. * _ _. Typed letter signed. Philadelphia, Nov 9, 1916. 1p, 4to, on Philadelphia Orchestra letterhead; light creasing. To Ellis Clark

Hammann, recruiting him for a place on medal-awarding committee for young Philadelphian musicians. Signed in red. * _ _. Program signed. “Miracle Play.” American Friends Service Committee, 1943. 4to, orig stiff wrappers; minor wear. Illus. * Toscani, Auturo. Autograph note signed. N.p., Jan 4, 1910. 1p, 4to, integral leaf, addressed envelope. Crisp, on brown paper. $300-500 446 132590/12 2 pieces. Ormandy, Eugene. Autograph Material: Photograph signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm, Rembrandt Studios. Inscr to Susana? Feldman & dated 1940. Dark, clear signature & inscr, crisp & clean photo. * Typed letter signed. Phila, Sept 30, 1965. 1p, 4to. To Moe Septee as Managing Director of Symphony Hall, Newark, NJ, expressing his pleasure with meeting him for the first time at Symphony Hall, but urging him to raise money to air condition the hall, also touching on his use of sleeping pills. Collection of Moe Septee. $120-180 447 132397/89 Lot. Paderewski, I[gnace] J[ean]. Autograph Material: Menu signed. “Dinner ... at Ritz Carlton by the Bohemians, May 2, 1914.” Folio, pictorial wrappers. Also signed by Franz Kneisel & Rubin Goldmark. * Card signed, inscr & dated. Oct 18, 1915. Slightly dust smudged. * Autograph muscial quotation signed. 3 measures (theme of the 1st movement) piano concerto, opus 17. $300-500 448 132590/1 3 pieces. Pavarotti, Luciano. Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Ca 1980. Chromogenic prints, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. On heavy stock, issued by London Records, photographed by Janice Levy, 1978. Negligable creasing at edges. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500 449 132397/84 2 pieces. Riefenstahl, Leni. Autograph Material: Autograph letter signed. St. Anton, [Austria], Apr 10, 1931. 2pp, 4to, with addressed envelope; light vertical crease. To Dr. Kurt Muehsam, relating to her film work with Hannes Schneider (worldfamous skier, developed slalom in St. Anton) in the motion picture, “The Miranda of Skies.” * Typed letter signed. Munich, Jan 4, 1979. 1p, 4tp, on Leni Riefenstahl Production letterhead. $100-150


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450 132590/10 7 pieces. Rostrpovich, Mstislav. Photographs Signed: Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in ink. Playing the cello. Clean & attractive. * Silver prints (3), 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed & dated 1981. Conducting. Clean & attractive. * Silver prints (2), 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & dated 1981. Clean & attractive. * Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Portrait. Clean & attractive. All signed in blue ink. Collection of Moe Septee. $600-900 451 132397/103 2 pieces. Rubinstein, Anton. Autograph Material: Autograph letter signed. Berlin, Feb 7, 1855. 1p, 8vo, with integral leaf, docketed; light creasing along old folds. To an unnamed publisher, [translated from the German:] “I hasten to return the corrections for the preludes ... I would also like you to publish the Phantasies for piano and orchestra with the title Concerto.” * Autograph music quotation signed. 1892. 12 bars in 3/4 time on 4to sheet, with ptd stave; minor creasing, but bright & attractive with bold signature. $400-700 452 132590/11 4 pieces. Rubenstien, Arthur. Autograph Material: Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Playing the piano. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated Apr 1967. Framed. * Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Ca 1960s, studying score at the piano. Signed in blue ink below image. * Litho caricature by Alfred Beendiner signed & inscr. Signed, inscr & dated, “Phila, 17.2.1945” in moderately fading ink on 10 x 13 1/2 in; 254 x 343mm sheet; tear at bottom margin just touching signature. * Photomechanical caricature, after Picasso. 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm, mtd on bd. Signed & inscr in fading ink. Collection of Moe Septee. $400-700 453 132590/2 1 piece. Sondheim, Stephen. Typed Letter Signed. [New York?], Jan 20, 1987. 1p, 4to. To [Moe] Septee, regretfully declining an offer to particpate in a Septee production, “during the next few months I’ll be rewriting and preparing productions of two shows, Into the Woods ... and Follies.” Clean & crisp. Collection of Moe Septee. $200-300

454 132590/23 4 pieces. Shankar, Ravi. Photographs Signed & Inscribed: Ca 1970. Silver prints (4), 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. 3 inscr to Moe Septee & signed in blue ink (2 mtd on bd); 1 signed only. Clean, clear & attractive. 3 images with his sitar. Collection of Moe Septee. $250-400 455 132397/92 1 piece. Strauss, Johann, Jr. Portrait Signed & Inscribed. Platinotype portrait on orig mount. Vienna, 1897. 12 x 8 1/2 in; 305 x 216mm, portrait & mat; minor edge wear. Inscr above portrait to the Austrian composer Eduard Kremser & signed below portrait by Johann Strauss, [Jr]. $500-800 456 132590/16 3 pieces. Stokowski, Leopold. Autograph Material: Typed letter signed. New York, Nov 23, [19]67. 1p, oblong 8vo. To Moe Septee. Clean & clear. * Photo signed. Ca 1960s. Silver print, 8 3/4 x 5 1/2 in; 222 x 140mm. Signature in blue ink below image, starting to fade. * Photo signed. Ca 1960s. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Clean & clear. With dark, bold signature. Conducting. Both photos framed. Collection of Moe Septee. $200-300 457 132397/82A 1 piece. (Reinhart, Max.) Struck, Herman. Etched Portrait Signed. Bust portrait of Max Reinhart, ca 1920. # 16/150. 8 1/2 x 5 3/4 in; 207 x 146mm, full margins, matted. Signed & numbered in pencil by Struck, also signed below image by Reinhart. $120-180 458 132590/33 7 pieces. Screen & Stage Actors & Other Performers - Autograph Material: Brynner, Yul. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1975 in black marker. Framed. * Chevalier, Maurice. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1967 in green marker. * _ _. Caricature signed, inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1967 in green marker. Framed. * Fonda, Henry. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. * _ _. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed in blue marker. * Marceau, Marcel. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in faded blue ink. * Price, Vincent. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1974 in slightly faded blue ink. Framed. * [Shaw], Robert. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm, mtd on bd. Inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. All clean & clear unless otherwise noted. Collection of Moe Septee. $300-500


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459 132590/32 6 pieces. Screen & Stage Actresses - Autograph Material: Anderson, Judith. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in blue marker. Framed. * Colbert, Claudette. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in purple marker. Ca 1970. * Davis, bette. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in purple marker. * Harris, Julie. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in black ink. * Miller, Ann. Autograph greeting cards signed. To Moe Septee. * _ _. Note sheet signed. * Vre, Mary. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm, mts on bd. Inscr to Moe Septee in black marker. * All clean & clear unless otherwise noted. Collection of Moe Septee. $250-400 460 132590/31 Lot. Theatre World Notables & Allied Pursuits - Autograph Material: Abbott, George. Autograph letter signed. Miami beach, Dec 20, [19]86. 1p, 4to. To Moe Septee, “I am directing a show for the Great Lakes Festival,” on his letterhead. * Crawford, Cheryl. ALs. New York, n.d. 1p, 4to. To Moe Septee. * _ _. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 5 x 7 in; 130 x 170mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in blue ink; starting to smudge. * Hurok, Sol. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in purple ink; “Sol” fading. Framed * Houseman, John. Autograph note signed. N.p., n.d. 1p, 4to. To Moe Septee. * Mielziner, Jo[seph]. ANs. New York, Jan 23, 1973. 1p, 24mo. To Mr. & Mrs. Septee. * Papp, Joseph. ANs. New York, n.d. On his cardstock notepaper. To Moe Septee. * Martin, Mary. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in brown marker. Framed. * [Shea], John V. ALs. N.p., Mar 17, 1976. 1p, 4to. To Moe Septee, referring to Yentl. * Schisgal, Murray. Typed note signed. N.p., July 15, 1990. 1p, oblong 8vo. To Moe Septee. Lot also incl typed letters signed to Moe Septee from public & political notables: Walter H. Annenberg, Brendan T. Byrne, Richard Hughes, Lady Bird Johnson (as first lady), Howard M. Metzenbaum, Milton Shapp. All clean & clear unless otherwise noted. 15 pieces. Collection of Moe Septee. $200-300 461 132590/30 11 pieces. Theatre & Other Performers - Autograph Material: Arnold, Eddy. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated 1970 in black marker. * Baez, Joan. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 8 x 8 in; 203 x 203mm. Insc to Moe Septee in black ink. Ca 1965. Framed. * _ _. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr in blue ink. Ca 1965.

* Bikel, Theodore. Photo signed. Silver print, 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm. Signed in red marker. * Borge, Victor. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr in blue ink. * Comden, Betty; Green, Adolph. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in blue ink. * (The Kingston Trio.) Stewart, John; Reynolds, Nick; Shane, Bob. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed in blue ink. * McCormack, John. Card signed. Proclaiming, “I am not a quintessentialist.” * Picon, Molly. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee & dated May 20, 1979 in blue marker. * Styne, Jules. Muscial quotation signed & inscr. “This I didn’t compose,” on a sheet of his own stave paper. * _ _. Sheet music cover signed & inscr. “People.” Inscr in blue ink. Framed with small chromogenic photo. * Sherman, Allan. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Inscr to Moe Septee in blue ink. All clean & clear unless otherwise noted. Collection of Moe Septee. $250-300 462 132397/82 Lot. Theatre Performers - Signed Photographs &c: Aiken, Frank. Cabinet card signed & dated, “Dec 8, 1882” on verso. Modern imitation of signature on image. * Alszeghy, Irma. Photo postcard signed, ca 1900. * Bergner, Elizabeth. Photo signed. Silver print, 5 1/4 x 3 1/4 in; 114 x 89mm, orig mount; minor creasing, occasionally a little dusty. * _ _. Photogravure signed, as Shylock. 11 1/2 x 7 1/2 in; 290 x 192mm. * Le Gallienne, Eva. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 9 1.2 x 7 1/8 in; 240 x 185mm. * Neilson, Liliam Adelaide Lee. Cabinet card mounted with signed & inscr card. Terry, Ellen. Photogravure portrait signed & inscr. As Portia. 11 1/2 x 7 1/2 in; 290 x 192mm. * Also with cabinet card of Edwin Thomas Booth, unsigned; Albumen portrait of Otis Skinner, 5 1/2 x 3 7/8 in. $250-400 463 132397/83 Lot. Theatre Performers - Autograph Material: Evans, Maurice. Typed letter signed. July 20, [19]81. 1p, 4to. * Irving, H[enry]. Autograph letter signed. New York, Nov 17, 1895. 2pp, 8vo, on Plaza Hotel letterhead. * _ _. Chromolitho Christmas card signed. * Jefferson, J[oseph]. ALs. Buzzards Bay, Sept 17, [18]99. 2pp, 4to. * _ _. ALs. New York: Fifth Ave Hotel, Apr 23, 1901. 2pp, 4to, with addressed envelope. * Kainz, Joseph. ALs (2); photo signed; label signed. * Mansfield, Richard. ALs. Cincinnati, Mar 7, 1895. * Skinner, Otis. Chromolitho card signed, inscr & dated, 1923. Also signed, inscr & dated, “1952” by Cornelia Otis Skinner. Also signed by Edward Hugh Sothern & Maurice Evans. 8 1/2 x 10 1/4 in. 11 autograph items. $250-400


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464 132590/22 1 piece. [Williams], Tennessee. Photograph Signed & Inscribed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Signed & inscr to Moe Septee in blue ink; slightly faded. Framed. Collection of Moe Septee. $200-300 465 132397/104 Lot. Women in Classical Music - Manuscript Material: Boulanger, Nadia. Autograph letter signed. Paris, Feb 16, 1964. 1p, 4to. * Carduff, Sylvia. Photo signed & inscr. [1970.] 8 x 10 in; 203 x 254mm; minor wear. * Schumann, Clara. Autograph postcard signed, Interlacken, July 28, 1894; ALs, Interlaken, Aug 27, 1894, 6pp, 8vo. Both to Mrs. Scholz, comforting her during her divorce. * _ _. Envelope addressed to Hugo Becker in her hand. * Viradot, Pauline.N.p., n.d. 2pp, 12mo. [To Monsieur Wagner, translated from the French:] “ I sing Orphee tonight again.” With addressed envelope. * Werfel-Mahler, Alma M. ALs. N.p., Feb 23, [19]44. 1p, 4to. * _ _. Autograph postcard signed. Beverly Hills, July 31, 1944. 8 autograph items. $250-400 465A 141181/3A 1 piece. (Judaica.) (Anti-semetic Pictorial Handbill.) Anti-Comunist Federation of America. “Boycott the Movie. Hollywood is the Sodom and Gomorrah Where International Jewry Controls Vice - Dope - Gambling, Where Young Gentile Girls are Raped by Jewish Producers.” N.p., [ca 1940]. 10 3/4 x 8 1/2 in; 273 x 216mm; a few small chips at edges, creases along old folds, slightly toned. $250-400

Americana Lots 466-477 466 132397/61 Lot. American Civil War Generals - Autograph Material: Butler, M[athew] C[abbraith]. Autograph letter signed. Washington, Apr 6, 1883. 1p, 8vo, on US Senate letterhead. * Butler, Benjamin F[ranklin]. Typed letter signed. Boston, May 14, 1889. 1p, 4to. * Hoyt, Henry M. Cabinet card portrait signed. * Ketchum, W[illiam] Scott. ALs. Harrisburg, PA, Aug 15, 1863. 1p, 4to. To an ordinance office, relating to possible fraud in supplying troops. * McClellan, George B. ALs. [New York], Mar 25, [1864?]. 1p, 8vo. To Philip Schuyler, returning a book. * Rucher, Daniel Henry. Letter signed. Washington: Chief Quartermaster’s Office, Dec 20, 1864. 1p, 4to. * Schurz, Karl. ALs. New York, May 16, 1861. 4pp, 8vo. To Hon. Simon Cameron, Secretary of War, “The organization of the calvalry regiment progresses very fast.” * _ _. ALs (7), 1880s & 1890s. * _ _. Cards & slips signed (10). * _ _. Photo portraits. (20) Carte de Visite & (1) Cabinet card. * Sigel, Franz. Manuscript document signed. Detroit, Sept 2, 1861. 1p, 4to. Orders to C.F.W. Fischer, with 2

railroad passes attached. * _ _. ALs. New York, Apr 15, 1864. 1p, 8vo. * _ _. ALs. Baltimore, June 1, 1867. 2pp, 4to. To former confederate officer Charles J. Faulkner, gathering material for a book on the 1862 campaign in Virginia. * Wild Edward A. ALs. Newport News, VA, Oct 27, 1864. 6pp, folio (2pp); 4to (4pp). To Edward W. Kinsley, castigating Gen. McClellan. Repairs & losses. * Wright, Horatio G. ALs. Galveston, TX: Headquarters Dept. of Texas, Apr 4, 1866. 2pp, 4to. Discussing the part played by the regiments from Maine he commanded during the war. $400-600 467 132397/62 Lot. Civil War & Related Subjects - Autograph Material: Douglas, S[teven] A. Autograph letter signed. N.p., June 1, 1851. 1p, 8vo; some creasing, small old cellotape repair on verso. * Everett, Edward. ALs. Boston, Aug 13, 1827. 2pp, 4to, with integral address leaf. * _ _. ALs. Cambridge, Mar 17, 1827. 2pp, 8vo. * _ _. ALs. Boston, Feb 11, 1859. 2pp, 8vo. * _ _. Autograph aphorism signed, relating to George Washington. * _ _. Free frank. * _ _. Cabinet card portrait, unsigned. * Helper, Hinton R. ALs. Washington, May 25, 1904. 1p, 8vo. * (Lincoln Cabinet members.) Cards & slips signed (10). * Mitchel, S[ilas] Weir. Typed letter signed. Philadelphia, Apr 25, 1910. 2pp, 8vo (2 sheets), ms corrections. * Stanton, Edwin M. ALs. Washington, Sept 18, 1862. 1 p, 4to. To Gen. J.W. Ripley, on War Dept. letterhead, alerting the Chief of Ordinance to the danger of sabotage. * _ _. ALs. Washington, Nov 20, 1868. 1p, 8vo. * Sumner, Charles. ALs. May 8, [18]65. 1p, 8vo. * _ _. ALs. Boston, Oct 8, [18]68. 1p, 8vo. * _ _. ALs. London, Feb 3, 1869. 2pp, 8vo. To Nathaniel Niles. * Tompkins, Charles H. ALs. [Washington], Oct 22, 1863. 1p, 4to. On Assistant Quartermaster’s Office letterhead.* Wells, Clark. ALs. Portsmouth, NH., n.d. 2pp, 8vo. On Navy Yard Commandant’s letterhead.Willard, Sylvester, D. ALs. Albany, Oct 2, 1864. 6pp, 8vo. * _ _. Printing proof sheet. Relating to Medical Society of Albany, with ms corrections. * Lot also incl cabinet card photo portraits of Guido N. Lieber & Richard H. Anderson, 2 pictorial postal envelopes depicting E.E. Allsworth. $300-500 468 132397/64 Lot. American Colonial, Revolutionary & Federal Notables, Subjects &c - Autograph & Manuscript Material: Bayard, John; Bryan, George; et al. Document signed. Philadelphia, Nov 23, 1782. 1p, folio on vellum. Land indenture, John Bayard to John Field. * Clinton, George. Autograph letter signed. New York, Apr 19, 1787. 1p, folio, integral address leaf. To Peter Tappen, regarding a land purchase of 10,000 acres in the name of a member of his wife’s family, “I do not chuse [sic] that it should be known ... “ * Ellsworth, O[liver]. Ds. N.p., Dec 15, 1777. 2pp, 4to; old folds. Pay order. * E[lbridge], Gerry. Massachusetts, Aug 26, 1812. 2pp, folio. Partly ptd, filled in in ms; light creasing along old folds. Appointing Ephraim Getchel Justice of the Peace. Signed as governor of Mass. Signer of Declaration of Independence. * Lincoln, Leni. Ds. Worcester, MA, July 10, 1856. 1p, 4to, integral address leaf; minor


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dampstaining, creasing along old folds. 1782-1868, Lt. Governor of Mass., US Rep. Lunacy Commission report. * Osgood, Samuel. ALs. New York, May 30, 1804. 3pp, 4to; light creasing along old folds. To E. Jenkins, Comptroller, State of NY. * Van Dyke, N[icholas]. Newcastle, [DE], Feb 1776. 1p, 4to; repaired & mtd on late 19thcentury stiff sheet. Member of Continental Congress 1777-1783. * White, [Bishop] William. ALs. [Philadelphia], Dec 13, 1822. 1p, 4to; integral address leaf; light creasing along old folds. Copy in his hand of letter sent to Mr. Read(?) With pre- & post-script. * Bancroft, George. ALs. N.p., July 4, 1847. 1p, 4to. To Chevalier Bunsen. * _ _. ALs. N.p., July 27, 1870. 4pp, 12mo. To his nephew. * Este, D[avid] K[irckpatrick]. ALs. Cincinnatti, Oct 28, [18]20? 2pp, 8vo, integral address leaf. Jurist associated with Henry Clay as council for Bank of US. * Lee, Charles. ALs. Alexandria, Jan 17, 1792. 1p, 4to. To Philadelphia firm of Leroy & Bayard. Brother of Light Horse, Attorney General under G. Washington. * Poinsett, Joel Robert. ALs (3). V.p., v.d. [1818-1827]. 1p, 8vo; 1p, 4to; 5pp, 4to. (5pp) Mexico, Mar 19, 1827. Relating to botanical subjects. * Totten, Joseph G[ilbert]. ALs. Dec 5, 1850. 1p, 4to. * Van Vechten, Ab[raham]. N.p., Sept 3, 1833. 1p, 8vo. * Warrington, Lewis. ALs(2) + Ds. Each 1p, 4to. 1825; 1826; n.d. Orders & general order as commander of the West Indian Squadron, piracy supression. * Charles, Carrol. [Father of Charles Carrol of Carrolton.] ALs. To Benjamin Tasker in capacity as Land Agent. * Partly ptd English document. Hampshire, 1729. Relating to Huguenots & French naval ms document dated 1776. Over 20 autograph & ms items. $1,200-1,800 469 132397/115 1 piece. (American Slavery.) Autograph Letter Signed. Good, John. Wheeling Creek, [VA], Aug 1, 1812. 1p, 4to, integral address leaf. To Major John Blackford, discussing the sale of a negro boy [addressed by a slavetrade to a friend & customer]. $120-180 470 138088/29 † 1 piece. (Early US Postal Order.) Document Signed. Bradley, Abraham, Jr. Washington City, General Post Office, Jan 2, 1804. 3 1/4 x 8 in; 82 x 203mm. Pay to Leo Blankinship, “ninety six dollars.” Partly ptd, filled in in ms. Bradley, Abraham , Jr., 1767-1838, first US assistant postmaster general, developed & mapped many early routes. $120-180 471 141143/1 1 piece. Biddle, Clement. Manuscript Document Signed. Germantown, PA, June 29, 1803. Folio on vellum, with 3 intact paper seals; clean & crisp. Also signed twice by Israel Israel as High Sheriff of Philadelphia. Signatures clean & attractive. Biddle, Clement, 1740-1814, American Revolutionary War Commissary, General at Valley Forge. $250-400

472 141108/2 1 piece. Henry, P[atrick]. Document Signed. [Virginia], 178?. Folio, on vellum. Land patent, partly ptd, filled in in ms. Text rather faded, signature clear & just starting to fade. $800-1,200 473 132597/1 1 piece. Lee, F[rancis] L[ightfoot]. Autograph Letter Signed. Menokin, [near Warsaw, VA], Apr 30, 1795. 3pp, 4to, with integral address leaf; chip at center of address leaf edge and blank verso just touching address, a few small chips at head of p3 with losses to a few letters of the top line. Clean & clear. To his “Brother,” William Lee, expounding on the shared miseries of encroaching age, “the world seems crazy and we old people must scuffle with it, as well as we can, for our few days of existence.” Lee, Francis Lightfoot, 1734-1797, signer of the Declaration of Independence, member of Continental Congress, Revolutionary Patriot, Virginia legislator. Lee, William, 1739-1795, merchant, diplomat. Provenance: Genealogical material of Constance Gardner Lee. $2,500-4,000 474 132597/2 1 piece. Lee, Richard Henry. Autograph Letter Signed. Chantilly [Westmoreland Co, VA], Apr 13, 1769. 1p, 8vo, with integral address leaf; minor creasing along old folds. To a merchant in Leeds, “The Bearer comes for the 4 pounds of tea you promised me.” Likely a merchant in Leedstown, VA, also in Westmoreland Co. Lee, Richard Henry, 1732-1794, signer of the Declaration of Independence, American Revolutionary statesman, put forth the motion to the Continental Congress to declare independence from Great Britain. Provenance: Genealogical material of Constance Gardner Lee. $2,500-4,000 475 138088/145A † 1 piece. Pickering, Timothy. Autograph Letter Signed. N.p., Dept of State, Mar 2, 1798. 1p, 4to; window mtd. To William Empson Hulings, enclosing commission &instructions enabling him to execute his appointment as vice consul for the port of New Orleans. $250-400


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476 138017/52 1 piece. Servier, John. Document Signed. Knoxville, Aug 1, 1808. Land patent, Bartley M’Cghee. 1 p, folio, partly printed, filled in in ms; creasing & separations along folds, some small paper losses. Signature dark & bold. Signed as governor of Tennessee. Framed. Servier, John, 1745-1815, American soldier, frontiersman, politician. Served as Colonel in the Battle of King Mountain, 1780; first governor of Tennessee. $500-800 477 141108/3 2 pieces. Smith, [Reverand] S[amuel] F[rancis]. Autograph Cards Signed. Includes the autograph quotation, “My Country Tis of Thee”; beginning to fade. The other dark & bold, signed in Newtown Centre, MA. Framed with wood-engraved portrait & newsprint sheet address of April 3, 1896 on the composition of the National Hymn. $250-400

Presidential Lots 478-500 478 132397/57 7 pieces. American Presidents - Autograph Material: Buchanan, James. Document signed. Washington, Jan 16, 1860. 1p, oblong folio. Partly ptd, filled in in ms. [Texas?] land warrant, Joseph Boles to Horace W. Pitkins, with paper seal. Clean, dark & bold signature. * Grant, U.S. Ds. Washington, Mar 8, 1873. 1p, folio on vellum; creases along old folds. Commission as 1st Lt., Thomas Mason. Partly ptd, filled in in ms. Grant signature rather faded. * Hayes, R.B. Card signed, matted with lg format 2nd-generation photo bust portrait. * Harrison, Benjamin. Cut signature, matted with lg format late ptg of bust portrait. * Coolidge, Calvin. Ds. Washington, Feb 28, 1929. 1p, folio; slightly toned. Partly ptd, filled in in ms. Appointing Evan F. Benner, Moorestown, NJ, port master. Dark signature. $800-1,200 479 132477/2 4 pieces. American Presidential & Vice-Presidential Signatures. Autograph Material. Printed patriotic verse sheets. “July 4, We, Too, Are Summoned,” by Charles Lee. 4to sheets, ptd in red & blue. All signed by Lee. Each also bears a presidential or vice-presidential signature: Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter (also Rosalynn), George [H.W.] Bush, Dan Quale. Carter & Quale sheets also inscr to Lee. Clean & attractive. All frames. $300-500

480 121894/11 1 piece. Cleveland, Grover. Cut Signature & Autograph Salutation. Framed with small oval portrait, Statue of Liberty pictorial card & commemoration of the Statue of Liberty quoting Grover Cleveland. $100-150 481 132106/3 1 piece. Coolidge, Calvin. Pictorial White House Card Signed. Post card size with engraved view of the White House. Clean & clean signature. $200-300 482 132397/109 3 pieces. Eisenhower, Dwight D. Autograph Material: Typed letter initialed. Washington, Feb 1953. 1p, 4to, on White House letterhead. To Robert V. Fleming, Chairman Riggs National Bank, “looking forward to seeing you very soon for another round of golf.” * Photo signed. 1953. Silver print, 8 x 10, 203 x 254mm. U.P. photo with Harvey V. Hingley on his appointment as head of the Veteran’s Administration. Also signed by Hingley. * Photo signed. Ca 1965. Chromogenic print, 4 5/8 x 6 5/8 in; 115 x 170mm, on orig mat. Seated group photo. $400-600 483 132397/110 Lot. Ford, Gerald R. Autograph Material: Typed letters signed (9). Ca 1963-1974. All 1p, 4to. 8 as congressman, 1 as vice president. * Free frank on postal envelope. June 2, 1965. * Orig wash drawing signed. 1976. On illus bd, by the cartoonist Ludwig Wronkow, depicting Henry Kissinger under the watchful eyes of Henry Gorbachev, courting & being rebuffed by a personified Africa. Signed by Ford & Kissinger. Approx 14 x 10 in; 355 x 250mm. $500-800 484 132397/54 Lot. Hayes, Rutherford B.; et al. Autograph Material: Hayes, Rutherford B. Card signed. * _ _. Cabinet card signed. Portrait dated, “1886.” * _ _. Holograph addressed postal envelope. * [Hayes, Lucy Webb.] Photo. Commercial mtd albumen print by Rockwood, ca 1880, 9 3/4 x 6 3/4 in; 247 x 170mm. Minor edge wear, unsigned. * $600-900 485 132477/1 1 piece. (Kennedy, John F.) Postal Envelope. Inauguration Day Cover. Washington, Jan 20, 1961. With secretarial signature. Framed with relief medal. $100-150


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487 486 132397/111 Lot. Kennedy Family - Autograph Material: Kennedy, Jacqueline. Postal cover signed. JFK Airport commemorative cover, 1964. Also signed by Edward M. Kennedy & Janet Lee Auchincloss. * Kennedy, Robert. Menu signed & inscr. Hotel Carlyle, ca 1965. Also inscr & signed by Robert F. Wagner, [Jr.] Clean & crisp. * Kennedy, Rose. (7) Typed letters signed + (2) autograph notes signed. Nov 12-nov 25, 1968. All to Miss Beth Leary. $400-600

487 141159/1 1 piece. Lincoln, A[braham]. Autograph Letter Signed. Springfield, IL, Nov 12, 1860. 1p, 8vo; moderate creasing along old folds. To Charles Cleveland, Esq., thanking him for the gift of a “very beautiful volume ... of which you are the author.” Body of letter just starting to brown & fade, signature dark & clear, with horizontal crease through the middle of the “A’s” & top of the “L’s” in signature. Framed with india-proof engraved portrait by Timothy Cole. Executed & signed as the elected president of the United States. $5,000-8,000


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488 132397/108 5 pieces. American Presidents - Autograph Material: Nixon, Richard M. Menu signed. “Vice President Dick Nixon’s 1956 Railroad Campaign Tour.” Signed as Dick Nixon. * _ _. Photo signed & inscr. Ca 1956. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Clean & crisp. * Typed letter signed. San Clemente, June 30, 1977. 1p, 4to. To Maestro Eugene Ormandy, proudly sending him a copy of his daughter Julie’s book, Special People. Clean & crisp. * Hoover, Herbert. Postal cover signed. * _ _. Program signed. Drake Alumnus, May 1935. $300-500 489 132477/3 1 piece. Reagan, Ronald. Autograph Material. Patriotic verse sheet inscr & signed. “July 4, We, too, Are Summoned,” by Charles Lee. 4to, ptd in red & blue. Also signed by Lee. Inscr to Lee & signed by Reagan in 1982. Framed. $300-500

490 141212/1 1 piece. Reagan, Ronald. Autograph Quotation Signed. “Stardom is a straight-jacket.” Signed as president, in ink on 4to sheet. $800-1,200 491 132477/4 1 piece. Roosevelt, Franklin D. Photograph Signed. [Ca 1940.] Silver print portrait on toned paper, 9 1/2 x 7 1/4 in; 240 x 185mm. Framed with red, white & blue silk 1944 campaign ribbon. $300-500


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492 132417/10 1 piece. Roosevelt, Franklin D. Typed letter signed. The White House, Aug 13, 1942. 2pp, 4to; horizontal creasing along old fold lines - not affecting signature. To Joseph H. Bryson, Congressman from South Carolina, asserting the importance of the “WAACS” & “WAVES” & the relation of their role in the war effort to the sacrifices of ordinary citizens. Also faulting Hearst & certain other newspapers for emphasizing the less essential aspects of the war effort, encouraging Bryson to compensate for the effect these papers have on some of his constituents & other citizens. $800-1,200 493 132397/59 3 pieces. Roosevelt, Theodore. Autograph Material: Check signed. New York, Apr 28, 1871. 4 1/4 x 8 1/2 in; 108 x 215mm. Endorsed on verso. * Photo signed. Silver print, 8 x 9 1/4 in; 203 x 235mm. Upper left corner torn but present, chip in center of upper margin. Signature dark & intact. * Photogravure full-figure portrait signed. N.p.: Joseph De Camp, 1909. 14 x 9 in; 355 x 228mm. Signed below photo on orig mount; foot of mount chipped, repaired & stained, signature intact but stained & repaired. Sold with all faults. $250-400 494 132397/58 1 piece. Roosevelt, Theodore. White House Card Signed. Washington, Dec 11, 1908. 3 1/4 x 4 1/8 in; 82 x 105mm. Card with 7 lines in a neat secretarial hand, giving Roosevelt’s position on the rights of women, “The indispensible field for the usefulness of women is as the mother of the family.” Signed & dated by Roosevelt. Signature bold & dark. Framed with small format etched portrait. $500-800 494A 1 piece. Roosevelt, Theodore Photograph Signed & inscribed. Roosevelt, Theodore. Photograph Signed & inscribed. Washington: Harris & Erving. Photogravure, 2 1/4 x 8 in; 310 x 203mm - sheet size. Inscr to John J. Sill, Esq, dated Apr 7, 1908 & signed by Roosevelt as president. Dark & bold signature & inscr. Photo slightly toned. Framed. $500-800 495 132397/106 Lot. Truman, Harry S. Autograph Material &c: Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm; light creasing, residue on verso. AP photo of Truman bowling in the White House in suit & tie, wearing a determined grimace. * First Day of Issue postal sheet. June 23, 1980. Incorporates image of Truman at the piano with Lauren Bacall aboard. Signed by Bacall. $200-300

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496 132397/107 Lot. Truman, Harry S. & Family - Autograph Material: Truman, Harry S. (3) short TLs, 1955-1977; (2) postal envelopes signed; photo signed, silver print, 5 1/2 x 3 1/4 in; 140 x 90mm. * Truman, Bess. (2) short TLs, (2) postal covers signed, incl free frank; photo signed. * Truman, Margaret. (2) TLs, 1945 & 1951, 1 on White House letterhead. $400-600


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497 132597/3 1 piece. Wilson, Woodrow. Typed Postcard Signed. Princeton, Aug 28, 1895. To Edmund Jennings Lee, writing care of the Pennsylvania Historical Society to purchase a copy of his Lee of Virginia, 1642-1892. Minor dust smudging. Signature dark & clear. * [Sold with:] Lee, Edmund Jennings. Lee of Virginia, 1642-1892. Philadelphia, 1895. 1 vol. 4to, orig morocco & cloth; spine gone, bdg broken & defective. Plates. Presentation copy to Constance Gardner Lee from her father, “16th June 1895.” With additions & annotations presumably in her hand. Sold with all faults. Provenance: Genealogical material of Constance Gardner Lee. $250-400 498 132397/51 Lot. First Ladies & Other Presidential Relations - Autograph Material: Cleveland, Frances F. Autograph letter signed. [New York], May 5, 1890. 2pp, 12mo. * _ _. Executive Mansion card signed. * _ _. Cabinet card portrait, unsigned. * Coolidge, Grace. Autograph verse signed. 1p, 8vo. * _ _. Photo portrait signed, inscr & dated, “June 1924.” Silver print, 12 x 8 1/4 in. * Eisenhower, David. ALs. Feb 18, 1970. * Eisenhower, Mamie. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * _ _. White House card signed. Also signed by Betty Ford & Alice Roosevelt Longworth. * Eisenhower, Milton S. TLs. University Park, PA, Mar 23, 1955. 1p, 4to. * Garfiled, Harry. TLs. Williamstown, MA, Nov 11, 1908. 1p, 4to. * Garfield, Lucretia R. ALs. Washington, Feb 16, 1889. 1p, 12mo on mourning stationery. * Garfield, Mary (Molly). Cabinet card portrait. Unsigned. * Harrison, Caroline L. Card signed. * Harrison, Mary Scott. Lord. Card signed. * Hoover, Lou Henry. Photo portrait signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Longworth, Alice Rppsevelt. First Day postal cover signed. Nov 18, 1955. * Roosevelt, Theodore [Jr.] Postal cover signed. Oyster Bay, Jan 6, 1934. $400-600 498A 132106/2 1 piece. Kennedy, Jacqueline. Photograph Signed. [Ca 1963.] Silver print portrait, 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in; 240 x 190mm, on orig mount. Signed & inscr to Elizabeth Bonstell on mat below photo. Elizabeth Bonsteel, Chief of Records Management at the Whte House, 1924-1963. $500-800

Other Notables Lots 499-528 499 132397/70 Lot. US Cabinet Secretaries & Presidential Advisors - Autograph Material: (Agriculture.) Wallace, Henry C. TLs. * (Interior.) Ickes, Harold L. Photo signed. * Wilbur, Ray Lyman. TLs, Washington, Nov 4, 1929. (Postmasters:) Farley, James A. TLs, (3) postal covers &c signed, menu signed. * Gary, James A. Cabinet card signed. * Hays, Will A. TLs, photo signed. * Hitchcock, Frank Harris. Photo signed & inscr. * New, harry S. Photo signed. * Summerfield, Arthur E. Photo signed. * Work, Herbert. Photo signed & inscr. * (State:) Fish, Hamilton. ALs, carte-de-visite signed. * Kissinger, Henry A. Photo signed & inscr, TLs. * Rusk, Dean. Card signed, postal envelope signed. * Herter, Christian. TLs, First Day of Issue postal cover signed. * Root, Elihu. Photo signed & inscr. * (Treasury:) Dallas, Alexander James. Ds, June 25, 1815. Haig, Alexander M., Jr. TLs, photo signed, menu signed. * Hull, Cordell. TLs (3). * Hagner, Peter. ALs, 1849; postal cover signed. * Simon, William. Photo signed, TLs. * (War:) Baker, Newton D. ALs, photo signed & inscr. * House, Edward M. Photo signed. * Harriman, Averell. Photo signed, First Day of Issue postal cover signed. * Hopkins, Farry L. TLs. * Weaver, Robert C. Photo signed. * Cameron, James Donald. Cabinet card signed. More than 30 autograph pieces. $250-400 500 132397/71 Lot. US Vice Presidents, Presidential Candidates - Autograph Material: Barkley, Alben William. TLs, postal cover signed. * Bryan, William Jennings. Photo signed, also inscr & signed on verso. * Curtis, Charles. Lg format photo signed & inscr. * Goldwater, Barry. TLs (3). * Hughes, Charles E. TLs, lg format photo signed & inscr. * Humphrey, Hubert H. TLs (5), free franks (2). * Mondale, Walter F. ALs, on Ellerslie letterhead. * Rockefeller, Nelson A. Photo signed, TLs (2). * Wallace, Henry A. TLs, on Vice President letterhead. * Lot also incl (3) content-rich Mary B. Bryan TLs, to W.J. Bryan’s biographer, M.R. Werner. Over 25 autograph items. $200-300


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502 132397/65 Lot. American Business Leaders, Bankers, Industrialists - Autograph Material: Avery, Sewell. Typed letter signed. Chicago, Apr 8, 1952. 1p, 4to, on Montgomery Ward letterhead. * Baruch, Bernard M. Photo signed & inscr; photo signed. Silver prints, 10 x 8 in. * Cooper, Peter. Etched portrait signed. 8vo sheet. Built 1st US steam locomotive. * Depew, Chauncy M. TLs. NY, Apr 28, 1927. 1p, 12mo. * Eastman, George. TLs. Rochester, May 27, 1927. 1p, 4to. * Eaton, Cyrus S. TLs. Cleveland, Feb 15, 1960. 1p, 4to. * Edison, Charles. TLs. Washington, Jan 23, 1939. 1p, 4to, on Assistant Secretary of Navy letterhead. * _ _. First Day of Issue postal cover signed. Feb 8, 1947. * Ford, Henry II. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Franklin, W[illiam] B. Hartford, CT, Oct 9, 1876. 1p, 4to, on Colt Firearms letterhead. * Frye, Jack. Photo signed. Silver print, 8 x 10 in. 1st President of TWA. * [Hearst, William Randolph.] Typed poem signed & inscr. Wyntoon, McCloud, CA, n.d. 2pp, 4to. Signed, “W.R. Chief Sourpuss.” * Hearst, W.R. Jr. TLs, New York, Mar 26, 1955. 1p, 4to, on Journal American letterhead. * Huntington, Collis Potter. Ls. NY, Mar 8, 1887. 1p, oblong 8vo, on Southern Pacific Co. letterhead. * Insull, Samuel. Chicago: Edison Bldg, Dec 10, 1925. 1p, 4to. * Jones, Jesse H[olman]. TLs. Washington, Jan 25, 1939. 1p, 4to, on Reconstruction Finance Corp. letterhead. * Kahn, Otto H[erman]. TLs. NY, Dec 21, 1910. 1p, 8vo, on Kahn, Loeb & Co. letterhead. * _ _. TLs. NY, Dec 3, 1919. 1p, 4to, on Kahn, Loeb & Co. letterhead. * Lehman, Herbert H. TLs. Albany, Dec 19, 1932. 1p, 4to, on Lt. Gov. of NY letterhead. * _ _. TLs. Albany, Oct 5, 1940. 1p, 4to, on State of NY Executive Chamber letterhead. * _ _. TLs. Washington, Feb 19, 1951. 1p, 4to, on US Senate letterhead. * _ _. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * _ _. Postal cover signed. * Lilienthal, David Eli. TLs. Washington, May 3, 1950. 1p, 4to. * _ _. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Patterson, William A. Photo signed. Silver print, 8 x 10 in. President of United Airlines. * Peabody, George. NY, Jan 28, 1867. 2pp, 12mo. To Sir Curtis Miranda Lampson. * Lamont, Thomas W. TLs. Nov 1, 1920. 1p, 8vo. To Charles W. Eliot. * Platt, T[homas] C[ollier]. TLs. NY, Sept 17, 1902. 1p, 4to, on US Express Co. letterhead. * Rathbone, M[onroe] J[ackson]. TLs. NY, Jan 22, 1960. 1p, 4to, on Standard Oil letterhead. * Romney, George. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Rosenwald, Julius. TLs. Chicago, Aug 28, 1929. 2pp, 4to, on Sears, Roebuck letterhead. * Seltzer, Thoedore. ALs. Union City, Dec 9, 1926. 2pp, 4to. * _ _. Card inscr. * Schwab, Carl M. TLs. NY, Mar 16, 1920. 1p, 4to, on Bethlehem Steel Corp. letterhead. To Carl Vrooman. * Stewart, Alexander T. TLs. [NY], July 21, 1862. 1p, 8vo. * Untermyer, Samuel. ALs (2). V.p., ca 1920-1921. Each 4pp, 8vo or 4to. Incl letter to the historian George Creel. More than 40 autograph items. $500-800

503 132397/63 4 pieces. American 19th-Century Clergy & Relations - Autograph Material: Abbott, Lyman. Autograph letter signed. Cornwall on Hudson, July 25, 1905. 1p, 8vo. * Beecher, H[enry] W[ard]. ALs. Brooklyn, May 15, [18]57. 4pp, 12mo. To Ms. Blunt, supporting her plan to give public readings. * Beecher, Mrs. H.W. Brooklyn, May 28, [18]79. 2pp, 8vo. * Stowe, H[arriet] B[eecher]. ALs. Saco, ME, Aug 2, 1881. 1p, 8vo; light vertical creases, small old cellotape repair. $300-500 504 132397/69 Lot. American Educators - Autograph Material: Beard, Charles Austin. TLs. * Brewster, Kingman, Jr. Photo signed. * Butler, Nicholas Murray. Autograph card signed, speech pamphlet signed - Nobel Prize winner. * Curti, Merle. TLs. * Eliot, Charles W. Letter closing with p.s. signed.* Fay, Sidney B. ALs (4), TLs (3). * Friedman, Milton. First Day of Issue signed. * Hayes, Carlton J.H. TLs. * Hesburgh, Theodore M. TLs, Notre Dame letterhead. * Hubbard, Gardiner G. TLs, ALs. * Lowell, A. Lawrence. TLs, Harvard letterhead. * Parsons, Theophilus. ALs. * Schniewind, Carl O. TLs. * Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr. ALs. * Seligman, Edwin R.A. TLs. * Taylor, Telford. TLs. * Viereck, George. TLs. Approx 25 pieces. $200-300 505 132397/53 Lot. American Labor Leaders & Social Reformers - Autograph Material: Chavez, Cesar E. La Paz, Aug 22, 1978. 1p, 4to, on United Farm Workers of America letterhead. * _ _. First Day of Issue postal cover signed. June 27, 1968. * Gompers, Samuel. Photogravure portrait signed, inscr & dated, “ 1922.” 13 1/2 x 10 in sheet mtd on board. * Hoffa, James R. First Day of Issue postal cover signed. May 10, 1971. * Levinson, S.O. Litho portrait signed & dated. Feb 2, 1930. Sm folio sheet. * Lindsey, Benjamin Barr. Typed letter signed. Denver: Juvenile Court, Nov 15, 1908. * Lewis, John L[lewellyn]. First Day of Issue postal cover signed. Sept 3, 1956. * Meany, George. First Day of Issue postal cover signed. Jan 27, 1950. * _ _. Short TLs. Washington: Am. Fed. of Labor ..., Feb 13, 1967. * _ _. Photo portrait signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Reuther, Walter R. First Day of Issue postal cover signed. Sept 3, 1956. * Blatch, Hariot Stanton. ALs (2). New York, Feb 18; Apr 13, 1907. Each 1p, 4to, on the Equality League of Self-Supporting Women letterhead. * Catto, Carrie Chapman. TLs. New York, Dec 15, 1936. 1p, 8vo. * Stone, Ellen Maria. Photo portrait signed & inscr. Mtd. * Willard, Frances E.C. Autograph homiletic sentiment signed & dated, “Sept1, 1894.” 17 autograph items. $400-600


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506 132397/86 Lot. American Public Officials - Autograph Material: Bullit, William C. TLs (2), ALs. * Bunche, Ralph Johnson. TLs (2). * Brown, Edmund G. TLs. * Cook, Marlow W. TLs. * Dawes, Henry Laurens. ALs, Mar 13, 1875. * Dirkson, Everett M. TLs (2). * Edmund, george F. ALs. * Hoar, George F. TLs. * Keating, Kenneth B. TLs. * Kerner, Otto. TLs. * Lodge, Henry Cabot II. TLs (4), postal envelope signed. * Martin, Joseph W. TLs (2), First Day of Issue envelope signed. * Mesta, Perle. Photo signed. * Muskie, Edmund S. TLs. * McNary, Charles L. TLs. * Norris, George W. Photo signed. * Williams, G. Mennen. TLs. 20 autograph items. $120-180 507 132397/72 Lot. American Southern Political Figures: Bankhead, William B. Typed letter signed. Washington, Feb 13, 1939. 1p, sm 4to. As Speaker of the House, accepting White House Correspondent’s Association dinner invitation. * Ellender, Allen J. TLs. Washington, Apr 18, 1951. 1p, 4to. * Ervin, Sam J. Postal envelope signed. * Fabus, Orval. Photo signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Long, Earl Kemp. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Long, Huey P. Photo signed. Silver print, 8 x 6 in. * Kefauver, Ester. TLs (2); postcard signed; free frank; postal envelope signed. * Mills, Wilbur. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. $200-300 508 132397/52 Lot. American WWII & Other 20th-Century Military Leaders Autograph Material: Leahy, William D[aniel]. First Day postal cover. Feb 26, 1946. * Lemnitzer, L[yman] L. Photo portrait signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * _ _. Typed letter signed. Washington, Sept 19. 1977. 1p, 4to. Returning Nazi stamps he declines to sign. * King, Ernest J. Autograph letter signed. USS Augustus, Oct 2, 1941. 1p, sm 4to, in orig postal envelope. * _ _. TLs. Portsmouth, NH: US Naval Hospital, July 20, 1949. 1p, 4to. * _ _. TLs. Washington, Apr 27, 1953. 1p, 4to. * _ _. Photo portrait signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Marshall, George Calett. Photo portrait signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * MacArthur, Douglas. Autograph note signed. N.p., [Oct, 1956]. * _ _. Photo portrait signed. 2nd gen silver print, 10 x 8 in. * First Day WWII Philippines-related postal covers, 1 with mtd signature of Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright. * McAuliffe, Anthony Clement. TLs (5) + ALs. Washington, 1946-47. All 1p, 4to, with orig envelopes. * _ _. First Day Postal Cover signed. Feb 26, 1946. * Nimitz, C[hester] W[illiam]. TLs. Berkeley, Mar 2, 1956. 1p, 4to. Responding to birthday wishes from student sat Newburgh Free Academy. * _ _. Photo portrait signed & inscr. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. 14 autograph items. $800-1,200

509 132397/49 Lot. Arctic & Anarctic Explorers - Autograph Material: Barlett, Bob (Robert) [Abram]. Autograph note signed. New York, Apr 16, 1937. On his Murray Hill Hotel letterhead. * (Franklin Expeditions.) Back, [Sir] George. Autograph letter signed. 1p, 12mo. * Franklin, [Lady] Jane. ALs. N.p., n.d. 2pp, 12mo. * Hayes, I[saac]. I[sreal]. ALs. Boston, June 21, [18]57. 1p, 8vo. * Grebfell, [Sir] Wilfred [Thomason]. ALs. Manchester, NH, Apr 27, [1920s?]. 4pp, 4to. * (Shakleton Expedition.) Hussey, Dr. L.D.A. Christmas/New Year card signed. [1958.] * Nansen, Fridtjof. ALs. [Berlin], Nov 13, 1890. 2pp, 12mo. To Miss May Ottesen, recounting his visit to the Emperor & Empress of Germany after his first arctic expedition. * Parry, [Sir] W[illiam] Edward. ALs. Admiralty, Feb 9, 1841. 2pp, 8vo. * Peary, [Robert Edwin]. ALs. On the train, Feb 25, [19]07. 1p, 4to. Relating to a speaking engagement. Executed & signed in pencil. * Lot also includes Admiral Byrd association & ephemeral items. 9 autograph items. $600-1,000 510 132397/56 Lot. Aviation - Autograph Material: Menu with autograph signatures. “Banquet in Honor of Captain Hermann Koehl, Major James Fitzmaurice and Baron Guenther von Huenfeld: German-Irish Transatlantic Aviators.” New York: Hotel Commodore, Apr 26, 1928. 4to, orig silk-threaded stiff pictorial wrappers. With the signatures of Koehl, Fitzmaurice & von Huenfeld on sm 4to Ritz-Carlton letterhead, dated 1928, mtd with old cellotape on verso of front wrapper. With the seating list pamphlet. All to celebrate 1st east to west transatlantic flight of Apr 19, 1928. Clean & bright. * Graf Zeppelin-Kalender 1933. Stuttgart, [1932]. 8vo, orig photo pictorial front wrapper & back bd cover; light to moderate wear. Photo illus. $200-300 511 132397/75 Lot. British & American Philosophers - Autograph Material: Dewey, John. Typed letter signed. New York, Feb 18, [19]18. 1p, 4to, in addressed envelope, on Columbia University letterhead; light creasing along old vertical folds. To Mrs. Charlotte Rudyard Hallowell. * Harrison, Frederic. Autograph letter signed. London, Nov 12, 1898. 2pp, 12mo. * Huxley, Sir Julian Sorell. Photo signed. Silver print, 6 x 4 3/8 in. * Russel, Bertrand. TLs. Merioneth, Nov 11, 1963. 1p, 4to. * _ _. Photo signed. 6 x 4 in. * Spencer, Herbert. ALs. London, May 16, 1873. $200-300


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512 141137/1 1 piece. Curie, M[arie]. Guestbook Leaf Signed. With signatures for Pierre Curie & another family member in Curie’s hand. Also signed by 19 other guests, including: A. Emily Napieralski; Marie Mattingly Meloney, journalist & supporter of Curie’s work; Henri Didot, French publisher; Herbert N. McCoy, chemist & author; Edward L. Schaub, et al. Curie, Marie, 1867-1934, first woman Nobel Prize winner. $1,200-1,800 513 132397/77 Lot. French Existentialist Philosophers - Autograph Material: de Beauvoir, Simone. Autograph letter signed. N.p., [1963]. 1p, 4to. * _ _. Short ALs. N.p., Nov 26, 1973. 1p, 4to. * _ _. Photo signed. Ca 1973. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Sarte, J[ean] P[aul]. Paris, Mar 6, 1969. 1p, 4to. To Andreas Mytse. * _ _. Photo signed. Ca 1970. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Lot also incl (7) 10 x 8 or smaller silver print photos of Sarte (often with De Beauvoir) visiting Egypt (6) & Prague, ca 1968-1970. $300-500 514 132397/74 Lot. German & Continental 19th- & 20th-Century Philosophers Autograph Material: [Bergson, Henri.] Calling card inscribed. Dated, “Paris Oct 11, 1911,” with 6 line autograph inscr. Unsigned. * Cassirer, Ernst. Oxford, All Souls College, June 13, [19]35. 3pp, 8vo. * Rosenzweig, Franz. TLs. Frankfurt, Nov 19, 1928. 1p, 4to. * Spengler, Oswald. Silhouette card signed. * Lot also incl: Boslsche, Wilhelm, ALs, TLs; Bodelschwingh, F.V., postcard signed; Euken, Rudolph, ALs (3), autograph card signed; Foerster, Friedrich Wilhelm, TLs, ALs; Kropotkin, Petr Alekseevich, TLs; Schleiermacher, Friedrich, short ALs. 15 autograph items. $200-300 515 138177/1E 1 piece. Grahame, Kenneth. Autograph Letter Signed. [London]: Kensington Crescent, June 21, [18]97. 1p, sm 4to. Declining an invitation. Signed in the body. Clean & attractive, light horizontal fold at center. Framed. $250-400

516 132397/66 7 pieces. Hoover, Edgar, J. Autograph Material: Typed letter signed. Washington, Oct 5, 1939. 1p, 4to. To the Postmaster General. * TLs. W, Nov 10, 1943. 1p, 4to. To Miss Beth Leary, with FBI Director envelope. * W, Nov 8, 1944. 1p, 4to. To Miss Beth Leary. * TLs. W, Feb 11, 1944. To Mrs. A.B. Griffith, with FBI Director envelope. * TLs. W, Jan 3, 1961. 1p, 4to. To Miss Mary Elizabeth Leary, with FBI Director envelope. * First Day of Issue postal envelope signed. Apr 20, 1950. All TLs on FBI Director letterhead. $250-400 517 132397/68 Lot. Journalists - Primarily American - Autograph Material: Brown, John Mason.TLs (5). * Carter, Boake TLs. * Chidsey, Donald Barr. TLs (3), NY Sun letterhead. * Field, Marshall, III. TLs. * Finley, John Huston. TLs, NY Times letterhead. * Guest, Edgar. TLs. * Lewis, Fulton, Jr. TLs. * Lippman, Walter. TLs, The World letterhead. * Lockner, Louis P. TLs. * Markel, Lester. TLs, NY Times letterhead. * Paine, Albert Bigelow. TLs. * Patterson, Joseph Medill. Photo Signed. * Pearson, Drew. TLs (2). * Ripley, Robert L. Photo signed. * Reston, James B. TLs, NY Times letterhead. * Raymond, Henry J. ALs, 1850, 1st editor of NY Times. * Riis, Jacob R. ALs (2). * Salisbury, Harrison E. TLs (2), NY Times letterhead. * Sulzberger, Arthur H. TLs, NY Times letterhead. * Thompson, Dorothy. Photo signed. * Van Loon, Henrik W. ALs. * Wallenberg, Hans. Autograph postal card signed. * White, Theodore. TLs, to Pearl S. Buck. * White, William A. TLs. * Wronkow, Ludwig. Sm file of TLs &c, approx 10 pieces. More than 50 pieces. $300-500 518 132397/76 1 piece. Keller, Hellen. Typed Letter Signed. New York, Dec 14, 1928. 1p, 4to; minor creasing. $200-300 518A Lot. Nazi Leaders - Autograph Material: Doenitz, Karl. Typed copy of Instrument of Surrender of all German Forces ... May 7, 1945. 1p, 4to. Dated Dec 5, [19]76 by Doenitz. * __. Typed note signed. Aug 17, [19]77. 1p, oblong 4to. Thank you note. * Speer, Albert. Typed letters signed (3). Heidelberg, 19701977. Each 1p, 4to & sm 4to. 2 in German, 1 in English. 5 pieces. $400-600


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519 132397/55 Lot. Lotos Club of New York Pictorial Dedicatory Banquest Menus Autograph Material: Irving, Sir Henry, honoree. Nov 15, 1895. Signed by Irving, Daniel Manners, et al. Mtd to bd; some wear & chipping at edges. * Winter, William, honoree. Apr 24, 1897. Signed by Winter, Joseph Jefferson, et al. Minor wear. * Schley, Winfield S., honoree. July 3, 1898. Signed by Schley. Some chipping & dampstaining. * Paur, Emil, honoree. Apr 6, 1901. Signed by Paur, Fritz Kreisler, Paolo Gallico, Richard Burmeister, Clarence Eddy, et al. Creasing & old cellotape repairs. * Sothern, Edward H., honoree. Feb 21, 1903. Signed by Sothern, et al. Minor wear. * Morley, John, Viscount of Blackburn, honoree. Nov 25, 1904. Signed by Morely, Nicholas Butler, Lyman Abbott, Israel Zangwill, et al. Some edge wear, expert repair. * Van Dyke, Henry, honoree. Dec 23, 1904. Signed by Van Dyke, Irving Bacheller, John H. Finley, et al. * Takahira, Baron Kagoro, honoree. Dec 19, 1908. Signed by Takahira, Stephen S. Wise, Victor Herbert, C.F. Goodrich, et al. Mtd on bd; scattered light wear. * Wilson, Woodrow, honoree. Feb 3, 1906. Signed by Wilson. Some chipping & staining at edges & touching edge of printing. * Forbes-Robertson, Sir Johnston, honoree. Mtd signature of Forbes-Robertson at bottom right. Mtd on bd; some chipping at edges. * Page, Thomas Nelson, honoree. Mar 8, 1913. Signed by Page, George Barr Mcutcheon, Charles Scribner, et al. Chipping at edges, bottom corner chipped away - no loss to ptg or signature. * Albert I, Prince of Monaco, honoree. Oct 25, 1913. Signed by Albert. Light wear. * Caruso, Enrico, honoree. Feb 5, 1916. Signed by Caruso, Victor herbert, F.W. Woolworth, et al. Deep chips at corners & at left edge - design & signatures intact. * Tarkington, Booth, honoree. Nov 23, 1916. Signed by Tarkington. Upper right corner chipped away - no loss to ptg or signature. * Garden, Mary, honoree. Jan 29, 1922. Signed by Garden. Chipped at top & top of side edges - some loss of ptg. * Pershing, John J., honoree. Nov 18, 1924. Signed by Pershing, Melville E. Stone, et al. Chipping at corners. * Hampden, Walter, honoree. Feb 10, 1929. Signed by Hampden. Minor wear. * Gilette, William, honoree. Feb 9, 1930. Signed by Gilette. Minor wear, small chip at blank bottom left corner. * Cohan, George M., honoree. Dec 9, 1930. Signed by Cohan. Light wear. * Rubenstein, Arthur, honoree. Jan 29, 1970. Signed by Van Cliburn. Minor wear. * Goodman, Benny, honoree. Dec 11, 1967. Signed by Goodman. Minor wear. 21 autograph items. $800-1,200 See also color illustrations on page 72 520 132397/8 5 pieces. Maeterlink, Maurice. Autograph Material: Photogravure portrait signed & dated, “1936.” On card stock, 10 x 7 3/4 in; 254 x 196mm, sheet size. Bold signature, clean & attractive. * Autograph letter signed. N.p., July 5, 1914. On 4 postcards (numbered in ink 1-4), depicting St. Wandrille Abbey. Discoloration above text on card no 1. $200-300

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521 132397/67 Lot. Menus Signed - Autograph Material &c: Explorer’s Club Annual Dinner Menu, 1912. Signed by David L Brainerd, Frank M. Chapman, Carl E. Askely, Herbert J. Spinden, Herschel C. Parker, Louis A. Fuentes. Light to moderate creasing. * Booksellers Association of Philadelphia, Ladie’s Night Menu. [Ca 1925.] Signed by Dorothy Dix. Stiff self wrapper, mtd color cover label; light wear. * United States Lines S.S. Manhattan, Hamburg to New York, Gala Banquet Menu & Musical Program. Aug 2, 1937. Signed by American Wimbledon contingent John Donald Budge, Frank R. Parker, C. Gene Mako, Henry W. Austin. Stiff wrapper, silk ties, pictorial cover; light wear. * Waldorf-Astoria, The Starlight Roof Menu. Aug 9, 1937. Signed by Guy Lombardi. Stiff color pictorial wrappers, silk tie; slightly toned. * Pheonix Club, Complimentary Dinner ... Hon. William H. Taft. Apr 9, 1908. Color pictorial wrappers, silk tie; some discoloration. Unsigned. * Colorado Annual Roundup Dinner Menu, Songs, etc., Colorado Cattle & Horse Growers Association. Jan 21, 1909. Pictorial wrappers; light creasing. * Dinner in Honor of Fannie Bloomfield Zeisler Menu, Drake Hotel. Ca 1925. Pictorial stiff wrappers; some creasing. $200-300


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522 132397/73 Lot. New York City Mayors & Notables - Autograph Material: Beame, Abraham D. Photo signed. Silver print, 10 x 8 in. * Choate, Joseph H. Autograph letter signed. London: Sept 17, 1901. 3pp, 8vo, with addressed envelope. To Lord Alverstone as American Ambassador in the wake of the assasination of President McKinley. * Koch, Edward. Typed letters signed (2); State of City 1979 address signed; photo signed; program signed. * LaGuardia, Fiorello. TLs. Sept 25, 1941. 1p, 4to, on NY mayoralty letterhead. To Rabbi Rabinowitz. * _ _. Menu signed. * Lindsey, John V. Photos signed & inscr (2). Silver prints, 10 x 8 in. * Livingston, Edward. ALs. N.p., n.d. [ca 1820]. 1p, 4to, integral address leaf; some edge wear. To Alexander J. Dallas. * Moses, Robert. ALs. new York, Mar 27, [19]26. 1p, 4to, on Long Island State Park Commission letterhead. In pencil. * _ _. TLs. NY, Jan 4, 1943. 1p, 4to. Regarding wartime use of horse racetracks. * Wager, Robert F. Typed note signed. * _ _. Photo signed. Silver print, 8 x 10 in. 16 autograph items. $300-500 523 132397/19 Lot. Notable Israelis - Autograph Material: Agnon, Yosef Agnon. Photo signed in Hebrew. Silver print, 10 x 8in; 254 x 203mm. * Dayan, Moshe. Typed letter signed. [Jerusalem], July 8, 1980. 1p, 12mo. Responding to an autograph request on his Knesset letterhead. * _ _. First day Israeli postal cover signed, Jul 7, 1967, (Six-Day War commemoration). * _ _. Photo signed. 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. All Dayan in English. * Eban, Abba. Typescript signed. “Israel Finest Hour, address ... Security Council ... “ U.N., June 6, 1967. 12pp, 4to. * _ _. TLS. Jerusalem, Feb 7, 1969. 1p, 4to. Responding affirmatively to request to sign his book, My People, on Minister for Foreign Affairs letterhead. All Eban in English. * Kollek, Teddy. Jewish New Year’s card signed. Jerusalem, Sept, 1969. * Meir, Golda. Photos signed (3). (1) Silver print portrait, 7 x 5 in; 178 x 127mm; (2) candid, 10 x 8 in; 254 x 203mm. Israeli Political confabulations all in English (1 also in Hebrew). * _ _. Postcard signed in English. 10 pieces. $500-800

525 132397/50 Lot. Travelers & Explorers - Aurograph Material: Brooke, [Sir] James. Autograph letter letter signed. [London]: Mivart’s [Hotel], n.d. [ca 1850]. 2pp, 12mo, on 1 sheet; slightly discolored. Apparently to Frhr. v. Bunsen, German Ambassador in London. Brooke was known as “The First White Rajah of Sarawah.” * Heyerdahl, Thor. Typed letter signed (2). Oslo, et al., 1956; 1980. Each 1p, 4to, relating to photo publication rights. * Stanley, Henry Morton. ALs. Near Glamorgan, Apr 11, 1895. 2pp, 12mo; light creasing, minor dust smudging. To James Forsythe, Esq. regarding contribution for a monument for Surgeon Parke. * Younghusband, [Sir] Francis [Edward]. Autograph letters signed. London, et al., 1934-1937. 1p or 2pp, 8vo; 12mo; sm 4to. * Rohlfs, Gerhard. ALs. Jan 1, [18]73. 2pp, 8vo. 8 autograph items. $200-300 526 121088/84 2 pieces. Wanamaker, John. Autograph Material: Typed letter signed. Philadelphia, Dec 16, 1903. 1p, 8vo. To Pro. A.H. Fetteroff, extending an invitation to “ Lindenhurst” on his private office letterhead. * Autograph letter signed, [Philadelphia], Jan 25, 1905. 2pp, sm 4to; light creasing along folds. To Mrs. Sellers, a letter of condolence. $100-150 527 132397/114 Lot. (Autograph Material & Ephemera.) Includes proxy signatures &c. $200-300 528 132397/113 Lot. Ephemera & Photos - Celebrated Persons & Historical Events: 1st- & 2nd-generation photos, many large format. Includes a few engraved & litho portraits. Several thousand pieces. $200-300

END OF DAY ONE 524 132397/116 1 piece. Rothschild, Carl Mayer von. Autograph Letter Signed. Frankfurt am Main, Feb 22, 1846. 1p, 4to, integral leaf; light creases along old folds. To Solomon Mayer von Rothschild on a business matter. Dark & bold signature. $250-400


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Index to Books & Manuscripts African American Material, 69, 398, 469 American Imprints, 182, 269 American Literature, 362, 376, 378, 381, 382 American Presidents, 271, 277, 338, 430, 478, 480-484, 486-488, 492-496 Americana, 60, 182, 189, 193, 220, 223-225, 236, 237, 239, 245, 257, 266, 268, 269, 271, 300, 470-472, 475, 477, 503, 505, 516 Arabic Manuscripts, 292, 293, 295, 296 Archaeology, 180 Architecture, 1-3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 14, 17-19, 21, 24 Armorial Subjects, 336 Art Nouveau, 5 Asian Subjects, 26, 196, 204 Autograph Material, 277, 300, 338, 341, 349, 354, 359, 362, 374, 376-378, 381-383, 391, 396-402, 404-408, 410, 411, 413-432, 434, 436-441, 443453, 455-465, 470-472, 475, 477, 478, 480-484, 486488, 492-496, 499, 500, 502-507, 509, 511-514, 516519, 522, 524, 525, 527 Aviation, 171 Barbier, Georges, 54, 55 British Subjects, 317 Byzantine Subjects, 328 Calder, Alexander, 37 Catalogues Raisonnes, 52 Chagall, Marc, 38 Children's Books, 93, 99-110, 112, 113 Chinese Subjects, 359

Christian Subjects, 310, 313, 322 Circus Material, 93 Classical Subjects, 2, 8, 23, 24, 317, 330, 331, 335 Color Plates, 29, 62, 76A, 181, 201 Commonplace Books, 305 Confederate Subjects, 225 Costume, 29-31, 76A Cruikshank, George, 61 Cuban Material, 280 Darwin, Charles, 185 Decorative Art, 2, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, 16, 17, 19-21, 23, 24, 140 Dickens, Charles, 152 Early Printing, 224, 310-315, 317, 319, 320, 323-325, 328, 331333, 335, 336 English Literature, 149, 152, 154 English Subjects, 9, 314 Ephemera, 114, 280, 283, 284, 527, 528 Erasmus, 319 Etchings & Engravings, 457 Evans Titles, 220, 224, 268 Fine Art, 33, 52, 130, 141 Fine Bindings, 118, 130, 140, 141 First Editions, 149, 152, 158, 163, 164, 171, 175 Fore-Edge Paintings, 137, 138 French Subjects, 213, 281 Games & Pastimes, 282 German-American Printing, 268 Graphic Art, 40 Hebraica, 324 Hogarth, William, 137 Howes Titles, 225, 263 Hungarian Subjects, 325

Illustrated Books, 38, 47, 48, 50, 54, 55, 61, 62, 67-69, 71, 72, 74-76, 93, 98-103, 105-110, 112, 152 Interior Decoration, 17 Irish Subjects, 257 Islamic Manuscripts, 291-293, 295 Jesuits, 334 Joyce, James, 163 Judaica, 257, 324, 326, 374, 524 Landscape Architecture, 11, 14 Law, 223, 224 Leather Bindings, 330 Limited Editions Club, 118, 121123 Lincoln, Abraham, 487 Literature, 154, 163, 315, 377 Manuscript Material, 245, 291293, 295, 296, 298, 299, 301, 302, 305, 306, 326 Middle Eastern Subjects, 210, 228 Military History, 225, 228 Miro, Joan, 44 Modern Art, 33, 37, 40, 42, 44, 50, 51, 53 Modern Firsts, 163, 164, 170, 171, 175 Motion Pictures, 437, 449 Mucha, Alphonse, 75 Music & Performing Arts, 30, 46, 281, 301, 348, 396-402, 404-408, 410, 411, 413-428, 431, 432, 434, 436-441, 443448, 450-453, 455-465 Mystery & Detective Fiction, 391 Mysticism, 332

Native American Subjects, 263 Natural History, 181, 185 New York City, 522 Occult & Curiosa, 124 Original Artwork, 290 Philosophy, 183, 319, 511, 513, 514 Photography, 271, 347 Picasso, Pablo, 47 Poetry, 341 Polar Exploration, 509 Postcards, 76, 283 Private Press, 118, 122-124 Religious Subjects, 31, 311-313, 322, 325, 332-334 Science, 185, 187, 189 Science Fiction, 126, 157 Sendak, Maurice, 98-110, 112-114 Signed Books, 48, 50, 51, 53, 102, 104, 107, 110, 113, 338, 341, 347-349 Slavery, 298, 299, 469 Social Science, 180, 182, 183, 511, 513, 514 South American Subjects, 29, 193 Tobacco, 280 Travel & Exploration, 193, 196, 201, 204, 207, 210, 213, 509, 525 Verne, Jules, 157 Victoriana, 60, 284 Warhol, Andy, 347 Washington, George, 277 Wedgewood, 16


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Table of Contents Maps & Atlases 530-557 Americana 558-569 Natural History & Genre 570-594 Old Masters 595-612 Modern Art 613-636 Illustration Art 637-643 Posters 644-667

MAPS & ATLASES Lots 530-557 530 148008/11 1 piece. Alexander, W.D. Color Lithographic Map. “Maui, Hawaiian Islands.” Hawaiian Government Survey, 1885. 29 1/2 x 36 in; 750 x 915mm; light to moderate creasing along old folds, but clean & bright. $800-1,200 531 141017/3 1 vol. William W. Appleton’s Railroad and Steamboat Companion ... Traveller’s Guide ... United States ... Canada. New York: D. Appleton, 1848. 1st ed. Sm 8vo, orig gilt pictorial decorated & lettered blue cloth; light wear. WIth 30 hand-colored maps incl fold & double-page, text illus. Occasional darkening to text edges. 20th-century ink ownership signature at head of intro. Tight, attractive copy. Sabin 104392. $150-250 532 132440/1 1 vol. (Atlas.) [Sayer, R.; Bennet, J., pub.) The American Military Pocket Atlas;... of the British Colonies;... The Theatre of War. London, [1776]. 8vo, mid-19th-century 3/4 purple-brown morocco & cloth; joints & extremities scuffed. With 6 fold linen-backed maps, hand-colored in outline. Some spotting & light dust soiling at head of title & dedication. Light to moderate occasional spotting & dust soiling to maps, edges of maps often moderately dust soiled, scattered mostly light foxing, often moderate to heavy at folds, a few small paper faults & a few small expert repairs at folds. Maps intacts, full & not frayed. Howes A-208; Sabin 1147. $6,000-10,000

533 141155/11 2 pieces. Bellin, Jacques Nicolas. Engraved Map. “Carte de Cours du Fleuve de Saint Laurent.” [Paris], 1761. 2 sheets, each 24 x 35 1/2 in; 610 x 908mm, full margins. Unobtrusive marginal dampstaining. Cartouches, inset maps & panoramas. Generally clean & crisp. Kershaw 651 & 655, each 2nd state. $300-500 534 141155/12 4 pieces. Bellin, Jacques Nicolas. Engraved Maps: “Carte reduite de l’Isle de Saint Christophe.” [Paris], 1758. 24 x 35 3/4; 610 x 908mm, full margins. Unobtrusive, mostly marginal dampstaining. With inset map of “Isle de Nieves.” generally crisp & clean. * “Carte de l’Isle de la Grenade.” [Paris], 1760. 35 3/4 x 24 in; 610 x 908mm, full margins. Some darkening at edges, but generally crisp & clean. * “Carte de l”isle Sainte Lucie.” [Paris], 1763. 24 x 35 3/4 in; 609 x 908mm, full margins. 3 inset maps. Generally crisp & clean. * “Carte Reduite pour la Navigation de Cayenne a la Martinique.” [Paris], 1764. 24 x 35 3/4 in; 609 x 908mm, full margins. generally clean & crisp. $300-500 535 141155/13 1 piece. Bellin, Jacques. Engraved Map. “Carte de la Riviere de la Plata.” [Paris], An 1x [1800-1801]. 24 x 35 3/4 in; 610 x 908mm, full margins. WIth 2 inset maps + panorama. Minor dampstaining in margin, but generally crisp & clean. $100-150


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536 131916/19 1 piece. Bellin, Jacques N. Engraved Map. Carte l’Amérique Septentrionale ... le 28 degre de latitute ... 72.” [Paris], 1755. 23 x 35 3/8 in; 584 x 898mm, full margins. Clean & crisp. $300-500

540 131916/22 1 piece. Delafosse. Engraved Map with Outline Color. “L’Amérique Divisee.” Lyon, 1779. 18 3/4 x 26 in; 475 x 660mm, full margins. Light creasing in margins. Clean & attractive. Old (orig?) outline color. $150-250

537 BRISK2013/29 3 pieces. Bleau, [William J.], et al. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps: “Capitanata, [Italy] ...” [Amsterdam, 1630-1640.] 15 x 19 3/8 in; 380 x 492mm, margins. Lightly to moderately toned, moderate mat burn. Dutch text on verso. * “Sabaudia Ducatus Savoye [Switzerland].” [Amsterdam, 1634 or later.] 19 1/4 x 15 in; 488 x 380mm, margins. Moderately toned, some spotting in margins, Latin text on verso. * “Huntingdonensis comitatus [Huntingdon Shire, England.]” [Amsterdam, ca 1645.] 15 1/4 x 19 1/2 in; 387 x 495mm, margins. Clean & bright. German text on verso. All old (orig) color. $200-300

541 131941/1 1 piece. Ensig, Bridgeman & Fanning, pub. Hand-Colored Fold Lithographic Map. “Map of The United States, Canada, Mexico and The West Indies with Central America, Showing All the Routes to California.” New York, 1854. 21 3/8 x 25 3/8 in; 542 x 645mm. Crisp & clean. Light creased along old folds. Mtd to back endpaper of rough copy of Fanning’s Illustrated Gazetteer of the United States, N.Y., 1854. Sold as separate map. $800-1,200

538 121972/266 5 pieces. British Isles - Engraved Maps: Mercator, Gerard. [Duisberg, ca 1602.] 14 x 18 3/8 in; 355 x 465mm, margins. Generally clean. Framed. * _ _. “Irelandia Regnum.” [Duisberg, ca 1606.] 13 x 16 1/4 in; 330 x 412mm, margins. Slightly toned, minor wear. Framed. * _ _. [“La seconde table d’Escosse.] [Amsterdam, ca 1633.] 13 7/8 x 18 in; 352 x 457mm, margins. Slightly toned. French text on verso. Matted. * Sanson, [Nicolas]. “Ancien Royau de Northumberland.” Paris, 1658. 15 x 19 7/8 in; 380 x 504mm, margins. Clean. Matted. All with later or modern color. $800-1,200 539 121972/268 7 pieces. Continental & Mediterranean Subjects - Hand-Colored Maps &c: Bleau, Willem. “Liguria, O Stato della Republica di Genova.” [Amsterdam, ca 1640.] 15 x 20 3/4 in; 380 x 525mm, margins. Framed. * Bleau, Joan & Cornelis. “Ischia Isola, olim Aenaria.” Amsterdam, [ca 1647-64]. 15 x 19 3/8 in; 380 x 490mm, full margins. French text on verso. * Janson, Jan. “Attica, Megarcia, Corinthiaca.” Amsterdam, [ca 1650]. 14 1/8 x 19 in; 358 x 482mm, full margins. Old color, late cartouche color. * _ _. “Principato citra olim picentia.” [Amsterdam, ca 1640.] 15 x 19 7/8 in; 380 x 504mm, full margins. Old outline color, modern cartouche & other decorative color. * Munster, Sebastian. “Franconia XIII Nova Tablua.” [Basel, ca 1552.] 11 1/2 x 14 3/4 in; 292 x 375mm. Framed. * Ortelius, Abraham. “Gallia Vetus ... Caisarius Comentaria.” [Antwerp, ca 1601.] 15 1/8 x 19 3/4; 384 x 500mm, full margins. Slightly toned, vertical crease at center. * _ _. “Creta Iovis magni, medio Jacet insula ponto.” [Antwerp, ca 1619 or later.] 14 3/4 x 19 1/4 in; 375 x 490mm, margins. No text on verso. All generally clean or slightly toned, modern color unless otherwise noted. $800-1,200

542 141002/12 1 piece. Flamm, Wm.A. Lithographic Map with Partial Color. “Flamms [sic] New Map of Baltimore.” Baltimore, 1906. 64 x 72 in; 1625 x 1830mm. In 2 fold linen-backed sections; a few separations along old folds, minor dampstaining to verso, but map clean & bright. In orig folio morocco & cloth format, spine gone, covers detached. $100-150 543 138088/129 † 1 piece. Fold Lithographic Map. Fremont, Brevet Capt. J.C. “Map of an Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842, Oregon & North California in the Years 1843-44.” [Washington, 1845.] Linen-backed, litho by E. Weber & Co. Baltimore, MD. 31 5/8 x 53 in; 800 x 1345mm. Light to moderate offsetting & spotting, scattered light to moderate foxing. In defective contemp calf & bds case. Wagner-Camp 115:8. $1,000-1,500 544 141153/1 2 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps: Bleau, Willem and Johannes. “Venezuela cum parte Australi Novae Andalusiae.” Amsterdam, [1643-45]. 14 9 /16 x 18 3/4; 370 x 476mm, full margins. Old (orig?) color. Clean & attractive. Koeman I, 17. * Mercator, Hondius. “America Meridionalis.” [Amsterdam, 1620.] 5 5/8 x 7 1/4 in; 136 x 184mm, margins. Orig color. Both framed. $500-800


544 545 132331/1 3 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps: Bleau, Willem. “Arragonia Regnum.” [Amsterdam, ca 1650.] 16 1/8 x 20 1/2 in; 410 x 520mm, margins. Moderate toning, some creasing & minor wear. Old (orig?) outline & cartouche color. * _ _. “Livonia vulgo Lyefland.” [Amsterdam, ca 1640.] 15 1/8 x 19 1/2 in; 385 x 495mm. Lightly to moderately toned. Old (orig?) outline color. * Jannson, Jan. “Prussia.” [Amsterdam, 1642.] 14 7/8 x 19 1/4 in; 378 x 488mm. Minor creasing. Old (orig?) outline color, later cartouche color. All framed. $300-500 546 121972/256 4 pieces. Hand-Colored Engraved Maps - Spain - Maiorca - Sicily: Bleau, W. “Renorum Hispanial nova descripto.” [Amsterdam, ca 1634.] 15 x 19 3/8 in; 380 x 490mm, margins. * _ _. “Indulae Balearioes et pytiusae.” [Amsterdam, ca 1635.] 15 x 19 1/2; 380 x 495mm, margins. * Keulen, J.G.H. van. “Nieuw Paskaart ... Hispania ... Barbaria ...” Amsterdam, [ca 1690.] 20 x 22 3/4 in; 508 x 575mm, margins. Delisle, G. “Carte de L’Isle et Royamue de Sicile.” Paris, 1717. 19 3/8 x 23 1/8 in; 492 x 585mm, margins. All with skillful modern color. $250-400

547 141155/10 1 piece. [Harris, John.] Engraved Map. “A Map of the New World Showing the Course of Sr. Francis Drake, William Schouten and Capt. William Dampiers Voyages Round It.” [London: Navigantium atque Itinerantium Bibliotheca, 1705]. 11 15/16 x 21 1/4; 303 x 540mm, margins; edges just browned, but clean & crisp, light creasing along old folds. Showing California as an island, partial coasts of Australia & New Guinea & small portion of New Zealand. $300-500 548 141155/7 4 pieces. [Heylyn, Peter.] Engraved Maps. [Cosmographie.] [London, 1703.] “Africa,” “America,” “Asia,” “Europe.” Each 14 1/4 x 16 3/4 in; 360 x 425mm, full margins. Edges just browned, but clean, crisp & attractive, light creasing along folds. $500-800


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549 121972/267 6 pieces. The Holy Land - Hand-Colored Engraved Maps: F[uller], T[homas]. [“Galileae.”] Ca 1650. 11 x 13 in; 280 x 330mm; slightly toned. * _ _. “Pars Tribus.” Ca 1650. 9 1/2 x 12 in; 240 x 305mm; slightly toned. * _ _. “Route de Hebreaux.” 1727. 7 1/2 x 10 1/2 in; 191 x 267mm. * Kitchen, Thomas. “Palestinae seu Terrae Promissionis.” [London, ca 1760.] 16 3/4 x 23 3/8; 425 x 593mm, margins; slightly toned. * Delisle, J.N. “Terra Sactae Tabula.” [Paris], 1763. 26 1/4 x 19 1/2 in; 665 x 495mm, margins. New cartouche color. * Laurie & Whittle. “Palaestina.” London, 1794. 15 1/2 x 17 1/2 in; 393 x 445mm, margins. Old outline color. All with old color unless otherwise noted. $300-500 550 121972/273 1 piece. Hondius, Henricus. Engraved Map with Outline Color. “Asia recens summa cura delineata.” [Amsterdam, ca 1649.] 14 3/4 x 19 5/8 in; 375 x 498mm, narrow margins. Lightly toned, orig color. Framed. $400-600 551 121972/272 1 piece. [Merian, Matthaus.] Hand-Colored Town Plan. “Neapolis.” [Frankfurt, 1680.] 10 5/8 x 13 15/16 in; 268 x 354mm image size, margins. Some creasing & darkening along vertical center fold. Orig color. Framed. $150-250 552 141155/6 1 piece. Mercator, Michael. Engraved Map. “America sive India Nova.” [Amsterdam, 1613 or 1623.] 14 3/4 x 18 1/4 in; 375 x 463mm, full margins; lightly & attractively toned. A few old red underscorings. With circular border inset maps of the Gulf Coast, Hispaniola & Cuba with Bahamas & southern Florida. Latin text on verso. Burden 87, signature M, p39. $500-800 553 121972/271 4 pieces. North & South America - Hand-Colored Engraved Maps: Janvier, [Robert]. “L’Amerique.” Paris, 1762. 12 1/2 x 18 1/2 in; 317 x 470mm, full margins. Slightly toned. Orig outline color. * [Bonne, Rigobert.] “Canada IIe feuille.” [Paris, 1776.] 12 x 17 1/2 in; 305 x 444mm, margins. Slightly creased, genreally clean. Orig color. Framed. * Melish, John. “Northern Section of the United States Including Canada &c.” [Philadelphia], 1816. 15 1/2 x 21 3/4 in; 393 x 552mm. Slightly creased, some minor dust smudging. Orig outline color. * Lampie, M. “Carte des E’tats-Unis d’Amerique.” Paris, 1851. 15 1/2 x 21 1/2 in; 394 x 545mm. Orig color. Showing Texas & American Indian Tribes. Clean & attractive. Framed. $250-400

554 BRISK2014/4 1 piece. Ortelius, Abraham. Hand-Colored Engraved Map. “Britannicarum Insularum Typus.” Amsterdam, [ca 1609]. 15 1/2 x 19 1/2 in; 390 x 495mm; trimmed at plate mark, a few chips at edges. Old outline color, later cartouche color. Framed. $250-400 555 141155/9 5 pieces. [Ortelius, Abraham.] Engraved Maps. [Epitome Theatri Orteliani.] [Antwerp: Chrisophorous Plantinius, 1589.] Orbis “Terrarum,” “Africa,” “America,” “Asia.” Each 3 1/16 x 4 1/4 in; 28 x 110mm, full margins. Margins occasionally dusty. See Sabin 57689. $250-400 556 131916/18 1 piece. Sartine, Antoine. Engraved Map. “Carte reduite des cotes orientales de l’Amerique septentrionale contenant ... New York ...” [Paris], 1780. 24 x 35 in; 610 x 890mm, margins. Generally clean. $300-500 557 BRISK2013/28 1 piece. Schenk, Pieter. Partly Hand-Colored Engraved Map. “Anglia in septum Anglo-Saxonum Regna.” [Amsterdam, 1690.] 21 3/4 x 19 in; 552 x 482mm, margins. Slightly toned, scattered minor spotting, but generally crisp & attractive. Old (orig) color. Showing the kingdoms of the Anglo-Saxon period. $200-300

AMERICANA Lots 558-569 558 121972/270A 1 piece. Bennet, W.J. Hand-Colored Aquatint. “Niagra Falls, To Thomas Dixon Esq. This View of the British Fall Taken from Goat Island.” [New York]: Henry J. Magarey, [1829]. 20 5/8 x 24 1/2 in; 524 x 622mm - sheet size. Trimmed just within plate mark. Lightly & moderately toned, some darkening outside margin. Matted. $500-800 559 141102/1 1 piece. Binns, John. Engraved Declaration of Independence. [Philadelphia], Nov 4, 1818. 35 x 24 1/2 in; 890 x 620mm. Mtd to bd & browned, dampstaining to bottom 7 inches. With border of circular vignettes. In gilt 19th-century frame. $2,000-3,000


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560 138180/4 1 piece. (Civil War.) Notman Photo Co. Lithograph. “Confederate Commanders.” Boston: Travellers Insurance Co, ca 1890s. 22 x 16 1/2 in; 558 x 420mm. Some staining below image. $120-180 561 138180/7 1 piece. (Civil War.) Collotype Print. “President and Generals of the C.S.A” New York: D.H. Anderson, 1892. 16 x 23 in; 405 x 584mm, on orig ptd mt. Scattered light spotting to image, occasional chipping to modereately browned mat, one small tear touching image. $250-400 562 138180/1 1 piece. (Civil War.) Bourquin, F. Tinted Lithograph. “The Generals of the Confederate Army.” N.p., 1881. 17 x 22 7/8 in; 430 x 583mm - image & text, on trimmed sheet. Chipped at edges, moderately toned, scattered discoloration. $250-400 562A 138180/5 1 piece. (Civil War.) [Hanhart, M. after Chapman C.W.] Chromolithograph. [“Third Kentucky Infantry at Corinth, Confederate Camp During the Late American War.”] [London: Zimmer, 1871.] 10 5/8 x 15 1/4 in; 270 x 387mm, orig mt. Glue residue & browning on mt margins, old vertical framing burn to center of mt verso, slightly affecting image. Matted, hinge mtd. $250-400 563 138180/6 1 piece. (Civil War.) Lithograph. “The Last Meeting of Gen. Robert E. Lee & Stonewall Jackson.” [Chicago: Kurz & Allison, ca 1885.] 28 x 22 in; 710 x 560mm. Slightly to moderately toned, darkening at edges, some staining below text. $120-180 563A 138180/2 1 piece. (Civil War.) Walter, A.B. Engraving. Robert E. Lee bust portrait in Confederate uniform. Lexington: Lee Memorial Association, 1870. 24 x 19 1/2 in; 610 x 495mm, mtd on bd. Old horizontal framing burn mark through center of image. In 19th-century frame. $250-400

564 138180/3 1 piece. (Civil War.) Sartain, William. Mezzotint Engraving. “Lieut. Gen. Thomas J. Jackson and His Family.” Philadelphia: Bradley & Co., 1865. Proof, 16 5/8 x 21 in; 422 x 610mm. Expertly cleaned & restored, vestigal darkening along bottom margin. Clean & attractive, retaining strong tonal contrast. $400-600 565 121972/250 1 piece. Bodmer, Karl. Hand-Colored Aquatint Etching & Stiple. “Encampment of the Piekann Indians.” London: Ackerman, [1839]. Ptd on chine colle, on orig mount. With Bodmer’s blindstamp at bottom center of mount, bottom portion of mount & stamp trimmed away. Mount 15 15/16 x 20 15/16 in; 405 x 530mm. 1st state without date. $800-1,200 566 121972/261 2 pieces. [McKenny, Thomas; Hall, James.] Hand-Colored Lithographs: “Keokuk, Chief of the Sacs & Foxes.” [History of the Indian Tribes of North America, Philadelphia, 1836-1844.] 19 1/2 x 13 3/4 in; 495 x 350mm. Generally clean & attractive. * “Tuko-See-Mathla, A Seminole Chief.” [History of the Indian Tribes of North America, Philadelphia, 1836-1844.] 19 1/2 x 13 3/4 in; 495 x 350mm. Moderately toned, area at upper right approx 5 x 4 in dampstained. Both framed. $500-800 567 121972/251 1 piece. [McKenny, Thomas; Hall, James.] Hand-Colored Lithograph. “Encampment of Piehann Indians, near Fort McKenzie.” Philadelphia: Daniel Rice & James G. Clark, 1842. [History of the Indian Tribes of North America.] 14 1/2 x 18 in; 368 x 457mm. Very slightly toned. Framed. $600-900 568 121972/55 1 piece. Savage, Edward, after. Mezzotint Engraving. “George Washington Esq. President of the United States of America.” [London], June 25 1793. 21 1/8 x 15 7/8 inches; 536 x 403mm. Trimmed at top plate mark, narrow margins otherwise. 2 repairs to verso, fissures in image, some darkening outside image. Wick 33. $300-500


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569 131140/6 2 pieces. (Vues de Optique.) Habermann, Francois Xav. Hand-Colored Engravings: “Prospect Von Boston de Bucht am Hasen/ Vue de Boston Ver le Cale du Port.” Augsbourg, [ca 1762-177?] 12 1/2 x 16 1/2 in; 317 x 420mm, trimmed at top & bottom plate marks, narrow right & left margins. Minor creasing, very minor spotting at edges. Cresswell 519. * “Prospect de Plazes vor dem Rath Hause zu Boston.” [Augsbourg, ca 1762-177?] 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. $300-500

NATURAL HISTORY & GENRE Lots 570-594 570 121972/265 4 pieces. Botanicals - Hand-Colored Prints: Munting, Abraham. “Guanabanus Folio Ficulneo,” “Aloe Mucronato Folio Americana Maior.” [Leiden & Utrecht, 1696.] (2) hand-colored engravings, 12 1/8 x 7 7/8 in; 308 x 200mm, margins. Generally clean. * Forbes, James. “The Cajew or Cashew Apple of Malobar.” [London, ca 1840.] Hand-colored engraving, 12 x 8 3/4 in; 304 x 220mm, margins. Generally clean. * Hooker, J.D. “Rhododendron Lancifolium.” [London, 1855.] Hand-colored litho, 14 3/4 x 11 1/2 in; 375 x 290mm. Clean & attractive. All framed. $500-800 571 132016/12 2 pieces. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engravings: “Fructus artisochi.” [Altendorf?, 1613 or later.] 18 1/2 x 16 in; 470 x 405mm. Moderate creasing & light foxing. Old color. * “Dracontium manus.” 18 1/2 x 15 1/2 in; 470 x 394mm. A few moderate horizontal creases, other light wear. [Altendorf?, 1613 or later.] Both frames. Sold with all faults. $500-800 572 141155/14 1 piece. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engraving. “Cayohy llus.” [Hortus Eystettenis.] [Altdorf?, 1613 or later.] Presumed 1st ed. 18 3/4 x 15 1/2 in; 476 x 394mm, full margins. Old color. Lightly & attractively toned. 3 plants depicted. $600-900 573 141155/15 1 piece. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engraving. “Tulipa.” [Hortus Eystettenis.] [Altdorf?, 1613 or later.] Presumed 1st ed. 19 x 15 1/2 in; 482 x 394mm, (full?) margins. Old color. Clean & attractive, some light creasing at center. 3 plants depicted. $1,000-1,500

574 141155/16 1 piece. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engraving. “Iris bulosa,” Lilium bizantium.” [Hortus Eystettenis.] [Altdorf?, 1613 or later.] Presumed 1st ed. 19 x 15 3/4 in; 482 x 400mm, (full?) margins. Small unobtrusive dampstain in top margin. Old color. Lightly & attractively toned, some light horizontal creasing at center. Depicting 3 plants. $800-1,200 575 141155/17 1 piece. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engraving. “Narcissus” [Hortus Eystettenis.] [Altdorf?, 1613 or later.] Presumed 1st ed. 19 1/8 x 16 in; 485 x 406mm, (full?) margins. Old color. Lightly & attractively toned, light horizontal crease at center. Depicting 3 plants. $600-900 576 141155/18 1 piece. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engraving. “Viola.” [Hortus Eystettenis.] [Altdorf?, 1613 or later.] Presumed 1st. 18 5/8 x 15 3/4 in; 473 x 400mm, (full?) margins. Old color. Some light creasing, some spotting in middle upper left margin, chip at bottom left margin corner. Depicting 5 plants. $500-800 577 141155/19 1 piece. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engraving. “Tulipa,... Fritillaria,... Aelium ursinum.” [Hortus Eystettenis.] [Altdorf?, 1613 or later.] Presumed 1st ed. 19 1/8 x 15 5/8 in; 485 x 396mm, (full?) margins. Old color. Some light creasing & minor spotting. Depicting 3 plants. $500-800 578 141155/20 1 piece. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engraving. “Cymbalaria,... Althea,... Clematis.” [Hortus Eystettenis.] [Altdorf?, 1613 or later.] Presumed 1st ed. 18 3/4 x 15 1/2 in; 476 x 393mm, (full?) margins. Old color. Light creasing, occasionally a little dust smudged. Depicting 3 plants. $500-800 579 141155/21 1 piece. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engraving. “Primula,... Doroncium,... Cariophyllata montana.” [Hortus Eystettenis.] [Altdorf?, 1613 or later.] Presumed 1st ed. 18 3/4 x 15 3/4 in; 476 x 400, (full?) margins. Old color. Some light creasing, shallow chipping at bottom margin corners. Depicting 4 plants (2 primula). $500-800


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580 141155/22 1 piece. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engraving. “Ribes.” [Hortus Eystettenis.] [Altdorf?, 1613 or later.] Presumed 1st ed. 18 7/8 x 15 1/2 in; 479 x 394mm, (full?) margins. Old color. Some light creasing, minor wear at margin edges. Lightly & attractively toned. Depicting 5 plates. $500-800

583 141155/8 1 vol. [Rabel, Daniel.] [Theatrum Flore.] [Ca 1622-1633.] Oblong folio, contemp flexible vellum; minor wear & occasional light dust soiling. With 56 (of 70) engraved plates. Lacking title. Internally clean & crisp. 55 floral plates. OCLC 22569828; see Nissen 1575. $4,000-6,000

581 141155/23 1 piece. [Besler, Basilius.] Hand-Colored Botanical Engraving. “Coniza minor, ageratum, coniza palustris.” [Hortus Eystettenis.] [Altdorf?, 1613 or later.] Presumed 1st ed. 19 x 15 3/4 in; 482 x 400mm, (full?) margins. Old color. Light foxing in margins. Depicting 3 plants. $500-800

584 132016/13 1 piece. Audubon, John James, after. Choromolithograph. “Great-Footed Hawk.” New York: J. Bein, 1860. 36 1/2 x 24 3/4 in; 927 x 628mm - image & text; 27 x 39 5/8 in; 685 x 1006mm - sheet size. Slightly toned, unobtrusive dampstaining at upper right margin, light horizontal crease transversing image at upper middle, minor scattered foxing & some smudging. Matted & hinge mtd. Bein plate 20 (see Havel 16). $800-1,500

582 121972/264 5 pieces. Floral & Other Natural History Subjects - Hand-Colored Engravings: [Merian, Maria Sibylla.] [Histoire generale des insects de Surinam.] [Paris, 1768.] Plates 50 (2) & 57, 13 x 10 1/4 in; 330 x 260mm, full margins. Slightly toned, other minor wear. * [Merian, Maria Sibylla.] Hand-Colored Engraving. “Musa serapionis” - Moth on Banana. [Amsterdam, 1705.] 15 1/2 x 11 3/4 in; 393 x 298mm, margins. Clean & attractive. Metamorphosis insectorum Surinamensium, plate 12. * Ehret, G.D. “Martagon virginianum.” Trew, C.J., Hortus Nitidissimus.” Nuremberg, Seligmann, 1750, 1786.] Hand-colored engraving, 16 1/4 x 10 3/4 in; 412 x 270mm, full margins. Generally crisp & clean. $300-500

585 121972/274 1 piece. Havell, R, after Audubon, J.J. Hand-Colored Engraving with Aquatint & Etching. “Blue Yellowback Warbler.” [London, 1827.] 18 5/8 x 12 1/8 in; 470 x 308mm. Trimmed within plate mark, removing the number at top. Lightly & attractively toned. Audubon, J.J., The Birds of America, London, 1827-1838, plate 15. $400-600


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586 121972/262 1 piece. Barraband, Jacques; Levaillant, Francois. Engraving Printed in Color & Finished By Hand. “Seconde variete du perroquet cendre.” [Paris, 1801-1805.] 12 1/2 x 10 in; 317 x 254mm, margins. Generally clean & attractive. Matted. $250-400 587 121972/263 7 pieces. Bird Prints - Engraved & Lithographic: Barraband, Jacques; Levaillant, Francois. [“Oiseaux de Paradis.”] [Paris, 1801-1806.] 6 engravings (1 colored), 21 x 13 1/2 in; 530 x 340mm, margins. Generally clean. * Gould, J.; Richter, H.C. “Oreotrochilus Chimborazo.” [A Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Family of Humming-Birds, London, 1849-1887.] Hand-colored & irredescent litho, 21 3/8 x 14 1/4; 540 x 360mm - sheet size. Generally clean, bright & attractive. $300-500 588 121972/269 3 pieces. (Sporting.) Hand-Colored Aquatint Etchings: Alken, H., after. [Sporting Dogs]: “Pointers,” “Setters,” Water Spaniels.” London: T. McLean, Jan 1, 1820. 9 7/8 x 13 7/8 in; 250 x 352mm, trimmed just within plate marks. Clean & attractive. Matted. $200-300 589 132120/33 1 piece. Stanfiled, W. Clarkson. Watercolor. “Gallipoli.” 3 1/2 x 5 3/4 in; 89 x 145mm. Clean & attractive. Framed. $250-400 590 131876/2 18 pieces. Watercolors - Mid-19th-Century - Primarily Natural History Subjects: Including kingfisher, dodo, screech owl. Most approx 8 x 6 in. $500-800 591 132010/13 1 piece. Currie, N., pub. Hand-Colored Lithograph. “Clipper Ship ‘Flying Cloud.’” New York, 1852. 18 5/8 x 24 in; 473 x 610mm - image & text, good margins. Lightly & attractively toned. Framed. Gale 1262. $300-500

592 121972/275 1 piece. Morris, Thomas after Marlow, William. Hand-Colored Stipple Engraving. “View ... Grand West Front ... Cathedral of St. Paul.” London: John Curtis, 1795. 21 1/2 x 16 in; 546 x 406mm. Clean & attractive. Framed. $150-200 593 132523/4 Lot. Japanese Color Woodblock Prints &c: Hiroshige. [“The Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido.”] [1833-34 or later.] 21 (of 53.) Folio sheets; minor wear. * “Toyokuni I.” [Ca 1800 or later.] (2) actor prints. Folio sheets; some wear. * Lot also includes: (9) silver print photos of Japanese Buddhist statues, ca 1920, approx 9 x 11 in. $1,000-1,500 594 132505/6 Lot. (Seabees.) Marsh, W.L. Conte Crayon Drawings. [1943]- 1945. Portfolio of 49 drawings, documenting the activities of a United States Navy Construction Battalion, on & off duty in the Aleutian Islands to the Philippines. Folio sheets, many 14 1/2 x 11 1/2 in; 368 x 292mm. Several signed by Marsh. Crisp & clean. Rich in engineering detail. $800-1,200

OLD MASTERS Lots 595-612 595 132139/2D 7 pieces. Callot, Jacques. Etchings: (Les intermedes.) “Le geant Tiphee accable sous le mont Ischia.” 11 3/8 x 8 in; 288 x 200mm, trimmed at plate mark, hinge mtd. Meaume 630, 2nd state. * (Les intermedes.) “Les divinites infernales se preparent a venger Circe des mepris de Tirenne.” 8 1/8 x 11 3/8 in; 207 x 287mm, narrow margins, hinge mtd. M631. * (Les bohemiens.) “La halte.” 4 7/8 x 9 5/16 in; 125 x 236mm, hinge mtd; trimmed at plate mark. M 669, 2nd state. * (Les bohemiens.) “Les apprets du festin.” 4 15/16 x 9 1/2 in; 125 x 240mm, hinge mtd; trimmed at plate mark. M 671, 2nd state. * (Les bohemiens.) “Le depart.” 5 x 9 3/8 in; 124 x 138mm, hinge mtd; trimmed at plate mark. M 668, 2nd state. * “Le petite vue de Paris.” 4 1/2 x 8 1/16 in; 114 x 218mm; trimmed at or just within plate mark. M 712. Scattered minor foxing, slightly toned. $200-300


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596 132139/2 1 piece. Callot, Jacques. Etching. [The Fan-fete on the Arno.] Battaglia del re Tessi ... festa ... in Firenze ... d’Arno ... 1619.” 8 13/16 x 11 3/4 in; 225 x 302mm, narrow margins. Scattered light foxing, slightly dusty, window mtd. Meaume 617, 1st state. $300-500 597 132139/2G 4 pieces. Callot, Jacques. Etchings: [Le Grand.] “Ecce Homo.” Florence: Maria Burellius, 1613. 12 3/16 x 9 1/2 in; 309 x 242mm, corner mtd. Trimmed just within plate mark, light foxing below image & on verso, right verso edge reinforced. Meaume 7, 4th state (of 4). * “Saint Paul.” 10 3/8 x 6 9 1/16 in; 263 x 168mm, good margins, corner mtd. Slightly toned, very light scattered foxing in margins. M 103, 2nd state. * [“St. Nicholas, or St. Severini.”] 8 3/4 x 11 1/8 in; 224 x 282mm; trimmed just at plate mark, slightly toned. M 140, 2nd state (of 3). * [“L’Arbe de saint Francois.] 7 1/2 x 7 3/8 in; 190 x 185mm, corner mtd. Trimmed within plate mark - a few negligable losses to edge of etched surface, slightly toned. M 145. $600-900

598 132139/2H Lot. Callot, Jacques. Etchings - Religious Subjects: “The Infant Jesus.” 75 x 58mm, narrow margins. Slightly toned. Meaume 3, 1st state. * “Massacre of the Innocents.” 2nd plate. 131 x 108mm; trimmed within the plate mark. M 6, 2nd state. * “The Passion of Our Lord - The Little Passion.” 8 of 12, small formats, window mtd on 2 sheets; trimmed at plate marks, scattered foxing, occasional dampstaining. M 23-30, 2nd state. * “Variae tum Passionis Christi, tum vitae beatae Mariae Virginis.” Small formats, hinge mtd; trimmed at plate marks. Clean. M 31-36. * “The Massacre of the Innocents.” 1st plate. 138 x 106mm; trimmed at plate mark. M 5, 1st state. * “The Four Suppers.” Small formats; trimmed at plate marks M 48-51, 1st state. * “La vie de l’enfant prodigue.” 1635. Engraved title + 10 plates. Small formats, narrow margins, window mtd on 3 sheets. Generally clean. M 53-63, 2nd state (of 3). * “The Holy Family at the Table.” 190 x 170mm; trimmed at plate mark. M 65, 2nd state. * “The Assumption.” 89 x 67mm, narrow margins. M 96, 2nd state. * “The Martyrs of Japan.” 167 x 112mm, narrow margins. M 155, 1st state. * “Les penitents et penitentes.” Engraved title + 5 plates. Small formats, narrow margins. M 147-152. * “The Martyrdom of St. Lawrence.” 74 x 58mm, window mtd; trimmed at plate mark, minor dust smudging. M 136, 2nd state. * “Miracles et graces de N. Dame.” Nancy 1630. 121 x 78mm; trimmed at plate mark. M 197. * “A Priest Carrying the Holy Sacrament.” 39 x 24mm; slightly toned. M 154, 2nd state. 44 engraved or etched sheets total. Clean & hinge mtd unless otherwise noted. $800-1,200


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598A 132139/2B Lot. Callot, Jacques. Etchings - Military Subjects: “Le debarquement des troupes.” (The Landing of the Troops.) Paris, ca 1628. 5 1/4 x 15 in; 134 x 378mm; trimmed just within plate mark. Light to moderate foxing at edges. Meaume 533, 1st state. * “Misere de la guerre.” Paris, 1636. Engraved title + 6 plates. 55 x 115mm, narrow margins, window mtd. Clean. M 557-563. * “Exercises militaires.” Paris, 1635. Engraved title + 8 (of 13) plates. 60 x 80mm, hinge mtd. Clean. M 582, 1st state, 583, 584, 588-591, 593, 595, 596. 17 etchings total. $300-500 599 132139/2F Lot. Callot, Jacques. Etchings: “Varie figure gobbi.” Florence, 1616. Engraved title + 20 etchings. Small formats, trimmed just at plate marks, window mtd on 6 sheets. Clean. Meaume 747-767, 1st state. * “Capricci d’varie figure.” Engraved title + 46 plates (of 100). Small formats, narrow margins, window mtd on 12 sheets. Scattered light foxing. See M 768-867, 2nd states. $300-500 600 132139/2E 4 pieces. Callot, Jacques. Etchings - Portraits: “Portrait de Francois de Medicis.” 8 1/4 x 5 15/16 in; 212 x 150mm, very narrow margins, hinge mtd. Clean & crisp. Meaume 429, 2nd state. * “Portrait de Pieri (Jean Dominique).” 7 15/16 x 5 7/8 in; 203 x 149mm, hinge mtd; trimmed at plate mark, sligthly toned. M 433. * “Claude Deruet and His Son.” 11 3/4 x 7 in; 297 x 172mm, narrow margins, hinge mtd. Clean. M505, 2nd state. * “De Lorme [Dieudonne-Charles] medecin.” 7 1/2 x 4 11/16 in; 190 x 118mm, narrow margins, hinge mtd. Clean. M506, 2nd state. $100-150 601 132139/2C 1 vol (unbound). Callot, Jacques. (Les grandes miseres de la guerre.) Les miseries et les malheurs de la guerre. Paris, 1633. Oblong, small folio, unbound. 18 leaves incl engraved title, plate marks 80-83 x 183-188mm, full margins. Generally clean & crisp. Meaume 564-581, 1st state. $400-700

602 131916/7 2 pieces. Dorigny, Nicolas after Raphael Sanzio d’Urbino. Hand-Colored Engravings: [Psyches et Anoris nuptiae ac fabula.] “Cupido Paenam ...” * “Mercurius Vaalis ...” Rome: Dominici de Rubeis, [1693]. 15 x 26 in; 380 x 660mm, full margins. Light vertical crease at folds, margins a little dusty. $400-600 603 138138/1 6 pieces. Hogarth, William. Engravings: John Boydell Editions, London, 1789-1818: “The Distressed Poet.” 14 1/4 x 16 1/4 in; 360 x 412mm, margins. * “The Enraged Musician.” 14 1/4 x 16 1/4 in; 360 x 412mm. * “Beer Street.” 15 3/8 x 12 3/4 in; 390 x 324mm, margins. * “Gin Lane.” 15 3/8 x 12 3/4 in; 390 x 324mm, margins. * “Credulity, Superstition and Fanaticism: A Medley.” 17 1/16 x 13 1/4; 433 x 336mm, margins. * “The Fine Orders of Perriwigs.” 12 x 8 1/2 in; 305 x 216mm, margins. All in regency frames. See Paulson 145, 158, 185, 186, 208, 210. $500-800 604 138138/2 6 pieces. Hogarth, William. Engravings: “Marriage a la Mode.” [London, 1745.] 14 1/4 x 18 in; 362 x 457mm; trimmed within plate marks, browned at edges, slightly toned. All in regency frames. Paulson 228, 5th state; 229, 3rd state; 230, 2nd state; 231, 2nd state; 232, 2nd state; 233, 2nd state. $800-1,200 605 132016/14 2 pieces. Guido, Reni, after. Old Master Engravings: Chauveau, Francois, sculptor. “Hercules and the Hydra.” [Paris, ca 1640-1670.] 16 x 11 1/8 in; 406 x 282mm, full margins. A few small dampstains. * Desplaces, Louis, sculptor. “Enlevemens d’Helene.” Paris, [ca 1720.] 14 1/2 x 16 1/2 in; 368 x 420mm, full margins. Darkening to margins, slighly dusty. Ink stamp in bottom right margin. $200-300 606 132576/28E 1 piece. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. Etching. (The Villa Albani.) “Veduta della Villa dell’ Emo Sigr. Card. Alessandro Albani.” [Rome or Paris, 1769-1807.] 17 3/8 x 27 1/4 in; 440 x 692mm, margins. Expertly washed, preserving strong tonal contrasts. Framed. Hind 89, I. $300-500


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607 132576/28F 1 piece. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. Etching. (The Fourm of Nerva.) “Veduta degli Avanzi del Foro di Nerva.” [Rome or Paris, 1770-1807.] 18 5/8 x 27 3/4 in; 473 x 705mm, margins. Expertly washed, preserving strong tonal contrast. Framed. Hind 95, II. $300-500 608 132576/28B 1 piece. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. Etching. (The Piazza del Quirinale, with the Statues of the Horse-Tamers Seen from the Back.) “Veduta della Piazza di Monte Cavallo.” [Rome, 1773.] 1st ed. 18 5/8 x 27 7/8 in; 473 x 708mm, margins. Expertly washed, preserving strong tonal contrasts. Framed. Hind 103, I. $500-800 609 132576/28A 1 piece. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. Etching. (Pedestal of the Column of Antonius Pius.) “Veduta dell’ Aposteosi di Antonio Pio e di Faustina.” [Rome, 1774-79.] 1st ed. 19 3/16 x 27 1/2 in; 487 x 698mm, margins. Expertly washed, preserving strong tonal contrasts. Framed. Wilton-Ely 713. $600-900

610 132576/28C 1 piece. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. Etching. (The So-Called Villa of Maecenas, Tivoli.) “Avanzi della Villa di Mecenate a Trivoli.” [Rome or Paris, 1763-1807.] 17 7/8 x 26 3/8 in; 454 x 670mm, margins. Expertly washed, preserving strong tonal contrast. Framed. Hind 65, I. $400-600 611 132576/28G 1 piece. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. Etching. (S. Giovanni in Laterano.) “Veduta della Facciata della Basilica di S. Giovanni Laterano.” [Rome, 1775.] 19 1/4 x 27 7/8 in; 489 x 708mm, margins. Expertly washed, preserving strong tonal contrasts. Framed. Hind 122, I. $400-600 612 132576/28D 1 piece. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. Etching. (The Tiber at the Mouth of the Cloaca Maxime.) “Veduta delle antiche costruzioni.” [Rome or Paris, 1776-1807. 17 5/8 x 26 9/16 in; 447 x 675mm, margins. Expertly washed, preserving strong tonal contrasts. Framed. Hind 125, I. $400-600


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MODERN ART Lots 613-636 613 121972/270 3 pieces. Benson, Frank, et al. Etchings with Dry-Point: Benson, Frank. “Geese Over a Marsh.” 1924. 1/152. 5 7/8 x 7 7/8 in; 149 x 200mm, good margins. Signed in pencil by Benson, lower left. Ordeman 233. * _ _. “After Sunset.” 1917. 1/152. 8 5/8 x 9 7/8 in; 194 x 249mm, good margins. Signed in pencil by Benson, lower left. O 113. * Berdanier, Paul. “Ducks Alighting.” 3 3/8 x 4 7/8 in; 85 x 124mm, good margins. Signed & titled in pencil below bottom plate mark by Berdanier, also signed in plate. All clean & bright, all framed. $300-500 614 132154/1 1 piece. Bishop, Richard. Etching. “herring.” Gules, 1939. 13 11/16 x 10 7/8 in; 348 x 276mm, full margins. Signed & titled below bottom plate mark by Bishop. Strong impression, clean & attractive. Matted. $200-300 615 132154/2 2 pieces. Bishop, Richard. Etchings: “Pintails.” 1932. 9 1/2 x 12 7/16 in; 240 x 319mm, full margins. Signed & titled in ink below bottom plate mark by Bishop. * “Bluebills.” [1938.] 9 7/8 x 7 7/8 in; 250 x 200mm, full margins. Signed & titled below bottom plate mark by Bishop. Both strong impressions, clean & attractive. Matted. $300-500 616 132154/3 1 piece. Bishop, Richard. Etching. “Drifting Mallards.” 1933. 10 7/8 x 13 3/4 in; 276 x 349mm, full margins. Signed & titled in ink below bottom plate mark by Bishop. Strong impression, clean & attractive. Matted. $250-400 617 132154/4 1 piece. Bishop, Richard. Etching. “Black Ducks.” 1933. 11 x 14 1/2 in; 279 x 368mm, full margins. Signed & titled in ink below bottom plate mark by Bishop. Strong impression, clean & attractive. Matted. $250-400

618 132154/5 2 pieces. Bishop, Richard. Etchings: (Canadian Geese:) “Coming In.” 1931. 8 3/4 x 14 13/16 in; 222 x 376mm, full margins. Signed, titled & dated, :31” by Bishop in pencil below image. * “Circling In.” 1951. Drypoint, 12 7/8 x 9 15/16 in; 327 x 252mm, full margins. Signed & titled by Bishop in pencil below bottom plate mark. Both strong impressions, clean & attractive. Both matted. $400-600 619 132505/10 1 piece. Cassat, Mary. Dry Point Etching. Looking into the Hand Mirror #2. 1905. 8 1/2 x 5 7/8 in; 218 x 148mm. Full margins, on grey laid paper. Breeskin 202, only state. $400-600 620 132505/7 1 piece. Corinth, Louis. Etching. Bogenschutze. 1919. 9 3/8 x 7 1/8 in; 237 x 181mm. On full sheet of heavy wove paper, 18 1/2 x 12 3/4 in; 470 x 324mm. Trial proof, signed lower right in pencil below plate mark by Corinth. Clean & attractive. $500-700 621 141154/2 1 piece. Gothein, Werner. Woodcut. “Drei Figuren.” [1920.] 23 17 7/8; 605 x 457mm - sheet size. Scattered light foxing & minor spotting outside image. Signed in pencil by Gothein in lower right. $500-800 622 132393/1 1 piece. Icart, Louis. Color Etching. “Spilled Jug of Milk.” 1925. Oval, 17 1/2 x 11 3/4 in; 445 x 298mm. Slightly toned. Signed in pencil by Icart. Framed. Holland 253. $250-400 623 131839/10 1 piece. Icart, Louis. Color Etching. “Flower Seller.” 1928. 15 1/16 in; 495 x 383mm, margins. Lightly toned. Signed in pencil by Icart & with his blindstamp. Framed. Holland 336. $300-500


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624 141189/2 1 piece. Johns, Jasper. Color Screenprint. Untitled (ULAE S13), 1977. 9 x 9 in; 230 x 230mm, trimmed outside of image, unsigned. Floated in frame. [With:] Brook, Alexander, pub. Jasper Johns Screenprints. New York, 1977. 4to, orig wrappers, illus. Near Fine. Jasper John Screenprints 13. $600-900 625 132505/8 1 piece. Laurencin, Marie. Color Etching. Fille a la Guitare. 1946. 7 7/8 x 6 7/16 in; 198 x 167mm, full margins. On wove paper, 14 3/4 x 11 in; 375 x 280mm, sheet size. Signed in the plate, [1/300]. Strong impression, clean & attractive. Marchesseau 238. $300-500 626 126016/14 1 piece. Morisot, Berthe. Etching and Dry Point. Nu de Dos. 5 3/8 x 3 15/16 in; 138 x 99mm, full margins. Stamp on verso. Strong impression, clean & crisp. $600-900 627 126016/11 3 pieces. Morisot, Berthe. Etchings: Lac de Bois. 6 1/16 x 4 1/2 in; 157 x 117mm. * Le Canard. 5 3/8 x 4 in; 138 x 100mm. * Cygne et Canard. 5 3/4 x 4 1/2 in; 145 x 115mm. All with full margins, stamp, crisp & clean. $800-1,200 628 126016/15 1 piece. Morisot, Berthe. Etching and Dry Point. Nu de Dos. 5 3/8 x 3 15/16 in; 138 x 99mm, full margins. Stamp on verso. Strong impression, clean & crisp. $800-1,200 629 132619/7 8 pieces. Sabotini, Raphael. Lithographs: “7 Shots from the Spotlight.” 1927. Litho title-page, 15 1/4 x 12 in; 387 x 304mm; 7 lithos, 9 3/4 x 7; 247 x 178mm. Each signed in pencil by Sabotini, all of theatre or circus performances. Clean. All framed. $600-1,000

630 122489/287 1 piece. Sloan, John. Etching. “Nude on Chaise Lounge by Window.” 1933. 6 x 11 1/2 in; 153 x 290mm, full margins; minor creasing. Signed, titled & inscr “100 proofs” in pencil below bottom plate mark. “I had intended to go on with this plate, however, experience tells me that further work does not always mean improvement.” Morse 273, 2nd state. $500-800 631 132505/9 1 piece. Villon, Jacques. Etching & Drypoint. Portrait of Rimbaud. 1950. 93/8 x 7 in; 238 x 176mm. Margins. Signed in the plate. Good impression, clean & attractive. $300-500 632 141132/3 7 pieces. Original Graphics: Brunelleschi, Umberto. Garden scene. Color poichoir, oblong folio. Signed in plate. * Gropper, William. “The Speaker.” Color litho, 18 x 23 1/2 in. Signed & numbered by Gropper. * Shahn, Ben. “And to the Mornings by the Sea.” [The Sake of a Single Verse.] Color litho, 22 1/2 x 17 1/2 in. Signed. * _ _. “And of White Light Sleeping.” [The Sake of a Single Verse.] Color litho, 22 1/2 x 17 1/2 in. Signed. * Rose, Nina. “Woman and Sofa.” Color litho, 15 3/4 x 23 1/4 in. * Van Ruisdael, Jacob. “Die Jagd.” Litho, 11 x 15 1/2 in - sheet size. Titled & signed. * (Les gravures moderne, pub.) “La nuit sur la Pelouse.” Color etching, folio sheet. Signed. $200-300 633 141189/1 1 piece. Harring, Keith. Original Drawing. “Dancing Man.” Black marker on paper. 9 x 5 in; 228 x 127mm. Signed & dated, “86” by Harring below image. $1,000-1,500 634 141189/3 1 piece. Nevelson, Louise. Collage. “The Drum.” 20 x 9 1/2 in; 508 x 240mm. Signed, dated 1966 & numbered 144/150 in pencil at bottom. $400-600


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635 141154/4 1 piece. Topor, Roland. Color Pencil & Ink Drawing. [“Three Figures.”] 1978. 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 in; 318 x 240mm. Signed & dated 1978 by Topor in lower right. Matted. Roland Topor, 1938-1937, French illustrator, painter, writer, dilmmaker, co-creator of the Panic Movement, his novel the tenant adapted by Roman Polanski. $250-400 636 141154/3 1 piece. Topor, Roland. Wash Drawing. “The Last Dance.” 7 x 4 1/4 in; 178 x 108mm. Signed in upper right by Topor. Framed. Roland Topor, 1938-1937, French illustrator, painter, writer, dilmmaker, co-creator of the Panic Movement, his novel the tenant adapted by Roman Polanski. $250-400

ILLUSTRATION ART Lots 637-643 637 131000/68 3 pieces. Bemelmans, Ludwig. Original Illustration Art. Pen, ink & color wash drawings. Young girl in hat & scarf, approx 11 1/2 x 9 in; 292 x 228mm. * Swan, approx 9 x 7 in; 228 x 180mm. * Upholstered chair, 5 x 3 in; 127 x 76mm - excised & mtd. 2 signed, “Bemelmans;” 1 initialed. All framed. $800-1,200

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641 132372/2 1 piece. (Mother Goose Collection.) Sendak, Maurice. Color Silkscreen. “Mother Goose.” [New York: Serigrafia, 1990.] 26 1/2 x 20 1/2 in; 673 x 520mm, on Rives BFK paper. Numbered 246/300 & signed in pencil by Sendak below image. Clean & crisp. $400-600 642 141186/1 2 pieces. Sendak, Maurice. Color Offset Posters Signed. “In Cellebration of Maurice Sendak.” [New York], 1990. 16 1/4 x 20 in; 412 x 508mm - sheet size. Signed in ink below image at right by Sendak. Gathering images of Sendak’s most famous characters from their original published depictions in anticipation of their republication, delayed until 2001. * “Sendak in Philadelphia ... Rosenbach Museum / Please Touch Museum ... Opening April 29, 1995.” [Philadelphia, 1995.] 24 x 18 in; 610 x 457mm. Signed & dated “Feb 1995” in ink in bottom right by Sendak. Condition for both A-/A. $250-400 643 141186/3 3 pieces. Sendak, Maurice. Color Posters &c: “Stages.” Offset theatre poster. [New York, 1978.] 45x 29 1/2 in; 1140 x 750mm. Created for the Broadway play by Stuart Ostrow, starring Jack Warden, premiering Belsco Theatre, Mar 19, 1978, closing after 13 previews. * “And the Wild Things Come to New York,... the 1996 Sony Holiday Windows by Maurice Sendak.” [New York, 1996.] 24 x 18 in; 610 x 457mm.Sendak’s depicition of the New York skyline includes his only representation of the World Trade Center. * “Penthesilea.” Color proof sheet, 19 x 25 in; 482 x 635mm. Complete series of 12 full-page color illus for Henrich von Kleist’s Penthesilea, New York: Harper Collins, 1988. All condition A-/A. $200-300

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645 131985/20 1 piece. Picasso, Pablo. Color Lithographic Poster. “Côte d’Azur.” [Paris: Mourlot, 1962.] Lithographie par Deschamps. 38 x 26 inches; 965 x 660mm. Slightly trimmed at bottom, a few small tears along blank margins, a few just touching image. $500-800 646 141183/9 1 piece. Berthon, Paul E. Color Lithograph. [“Sarah Bernhart.”] [Paris, ca 1895.] 20 x 14 in; 508 x 356mm, margins. Slightly toned. Framed. $300-500


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650 647 141183/8 1 piece. Camis, pub. Color Lithographic Poster. French women & girl’s fashions, 8 figures. Ca 1880. Paris, [ca 1880]. 49 3/4 x 38 in; 1264 x 965mm, linen-backed. Minor wear. Condition B+. $300-500 648 141109/1 1 piece. Cheret, Jules. Color Lithographic Poster. “Les Millones de Monsieur Joramie par Emile Richebourg.” Chaix: Cheret, [ca 1895]. 48 x 34 1/8 in; 1220 x 865mm, linen-backed. Some creasing in image. Condition B/B+. $400-600 649 141183/6 1 piece. Cheret, Jules. Color Lithographic Poster. “Cabaret Roumain de l’Exposition ... Montagnes Russes.” Chaix: Atelier Cheret, [ca 1890]. 47 1/2 x 33 1/2 in; 1205 x 850mm, linenbacked. Minor wrinkling & occasional surface wear. Condition B/B+. $800-1,200

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650 141183/5 1 piece. Cheret, Jules. Color Lithographic Poster. “Yvette Guilbert, au Concert Parisien.” Chaix: Cheret, [1891]. 47 3/4 x 34 in; 1210 x 864mm, linen-backed. Minor creasing & small areas of chipping. Condition P. $800-1,200

651 141183/7 1 piece. Cheret, Jules. Color Lithographic Poster. “Quinquina Mugnier, Grand Aperitif.” Chaix: Atelier Cheret, ca 1890. 96 x 34 in; 2438 x 865mm, linen-backed. Occasionally slightly dusty, small paper loss at borders of old folds. Condition B. $1,200-1,800 652 138188/7 1 piece. Cheret, Jules. Color Lithographic Poster. “Olympia.” Chaix: Ateliers Cheret, 1892. 48 1/4 x 34 in; 1225 x 860mm, linen-backed. Expertly & attractively restored. Condition B. $2,000-3,000


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653 138188/5 1 piece. Cheret, Jules. Color Lithographic Poster. “Palais de Glace.” Chaix: Ateliers Cheret, 1893. 48 1/2 x 33 3/4 in; 1230 x 857mm. Linen-backed, expertly & attractively restored. Condition B. $2,500-4,000 654 141183/2 1 piece. Daude, Andre. Color Lithographic Poster. Pianos Daude Sonorite. Paris: PAG, [1926]. 63 x 47 in; 1600 x 1195mm, linen-backed. Slightly toned, a few small tears at edges. Condition B+. $1,200-1,800 655 141183/4 1 piece. Grasset, Eugene Samuel. Lithographic Poster. “Exposition Internationale de Madrid, 1893-94.” Paris: Lemercier, [1893]. 59 1/2 42 1/2 in; 500 x 1080mm, linen-backed. Slightyly toned, light creasing along old folds, minor surface wear. Condition B. $1,000-1,500

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656 138188/1 1 piece. Guillaume, Albert. Color Lithographic Poster. “Shoe Care.” Paris: Camis [ca 1900.] 51 1/2 x 36 1/2 in; 308 x 927mm, linen-backed. Expertly & attractively restored. Condition B. $800-1,200 657 138188/8 1 piece. Hardy, Dudley. Color Lithoraphic Poster. “A Gaiety Girl.” [London]: Waterlow, 1893. 29 3/4 x 19 3/4 in; 755 x 500mm, linen-backed. Expertly & attractively restored. Condition B. $400-600 658 138188/3 1 piece. Lithographic Poster. “Exposition Rembrandt.” Amsterdam: Boek en Kunstdrukkerij, 1898. 49 3/4 x 29 7/8 in; 1260 x 758mm, linen-backed. Expertly & attractively restored. Condition B. $200-300

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659 141183/10 1 piece. Lorian, G. Color Lithographic Poster. “Art et Decoration, Revue Menuselle d’Art Moderne.” Paris: Lemercier, [1898]. 25 3/4 x 17 3/4 in; 654 x 450mm - sheet size. Slightly toned, small tear extending from upper left margin 4 inches into image - no paper loss, small tears at margins. $400-600 660 141183/11 1 piece. PAL (Paleologue, Jean de.) Color Lithographic Poster. “Whitworth Cycles.” Paris: Paul Dupont, [ca 1894]. 83 1/2 x 58 3/4 in; 2120 x 1490mm, linen-backed. Slightly toned, minor creasing at edges, slightly asymetrical restoration along old center horizontal fold.Condition B/B+. $500-800

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661 141183/1 1 piece. (Philadelphia.) Chromolithographic Advertising Sheet. Herline & Co. C.J., Fell & Brother, 64 S Front St., Philadelphia, [1856]. 18 1/5 x 16 in; 469 x 405mm. Advertising chocolate & homeopathic goods. Published in Colton’s Atlas of America, Commercial Edition, New York, 1856. Bright & attractive. $200-300


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662 141183/13 1 piece. Ragan, Leslie. Color Offset Lithographic Poster. “Central [Railroad] System: On the Move Along the Water Level Route.” [New York, ca 1940.] 14 7/8 x 18 in; 562 x 457mm. Clean & bright. Framed. Condition A-/A. $500-800 663 141183/3 1 piece. Stanek, Emanuel. Chromolithographic Poster. “Joyeux-Stany.” Paris: Brondent, ca 1894. 29 x 38 in; 735 x 965mm, linen-backed. Some light creasing, likley just trimmed at horizontal edges. Condition B+. $250-400

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664 138188/4 1 piece. Steinlen, Theophile Alexander. Lithographic Poster. “A la Bodiniere.” Paris: Charles Verneau, [1894]. 23 1/4 x 31 in; 590 x 787mm. Linen-backed, expertly & attractively restored. Proof before advt letters. Condition B. $3,000-5,000

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665 138188/2 1 piece. Willette, Adolf Leon. Tinted Lithographic Poster. “Exposition Internationale des produits du commerce & de l’industrie ... Palais des Beaux-Arts.” Paris: Charles Verneau, [1893]. Gold tinted, 55 x 38 1/4 in; 395 x 970mm, linen-backed. Expertly & attractively restored. Condition B. $300-500 666 138188/9 1 piece. Willette, Adolph Leon. Color Lithographic Poster. “Fer Bravais contre l’anemie.” Paris: Delanchy, 1898. 23 1/8 x 15 3/8 in; 587 x 390mm, linen-backed. Expertly & attractively restored. Condition B. $500-800 667 138188/6 1 piece. Willette, Adolph Leon. Tinted Lithographic Poster. “L’enfant prodigue.” Paris: Belfond, [ca 1895]. Grey tinted. 35 x 24 3/8 in; 890 x 620mm, linen-backed. Expertly & attractively restored. Condition B. $500-800 For additional lots 668-748, please see our online catalogue. 667


Index to Posters, Maps & Other Graphics Americana, 533-536, 540, 553, 556, 558, 560-564, 569 Architecture, 592, 606-612 Asian Subjects, 550, 593 Audubon, John James, 584, 585 Besler, Basilius, 571-579, 581 Bird Prints, 585, 587 Botanicals, 570-579, 581-583 British Subjects, 538, 557 Cheret, Jules, 648, 650, 652654 Children's Book Illustrations, 638-642

Engravings, 592, 605 Ephemera, 661 Etchings, 595-601, 606-617 Graphic Art, 589, 598, 601, 614617, 632, 639-641 Grasset, Eugene Samuel, 655

McKenny & Hall, 566, 567 Military History, 598A, 601 Modern Art, 621, 624, 627, 632636, 645, 646 Native American, 565-567 Natural History, 570-579, 581584, 586, 590

Picasso, Pablo, 645 Piranesi, Giovanni Battista, 606612 Posters, 642, 643, 645, 647, 648, 650, 652-655, 657-667 Prints, 558, 565-569, 582, 586, 588, 595, 597-604, 614, 616, 617, 622, 623, 626-629, 646

Hogarth, William, 603, 604 Japanese Subjects, 593 Judaica, 549 Maps, 530, 533-536, 538, 540, 542, 544-557

Old Masters, 595-602, 605 Original Artwork, 589, 590, 624, 633, 635, 636, 638, 640, 641

Sendak, Maurice, 641-643 Sporting, 588, 613 Steinlen, T.A., 664 Washington, George, 568

Philadelphia, 661

Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs Wednesday, 7th May, 2014 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR

Stuart, Charles Edward, called "The Young Pretender", 1720-88 Autograph letter signed and memoir describing the political situation surrounding the Jacobite rebellion, from Charles Edward Stuart to Louis XV, the King of France, dated 1746 ÂŁ8,000-12,000 ($13,200-19,800)

Enquiries Simon Vickers Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 simon.vickers@lyonandturnbull.com

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8 Upon the fall of the hammer, title to any offered lot or article will immediately pass to the highest bidder as determined in the exclusive discretion of the auctioneer, subject to compliance by the buyer with these Conditions of Sale. Buyer thereupon assumes full risk and responsibility of the property sold, agrees to sign any requested confirmation of purchase, and agrees to pay the full price, plus Buyer’s Premium, therefore or such part, upon such terms as Freeman’s may require. 9 No lot may be removed from Freeman’s premises until the buyer has paid in full the purchase price therefor including Buyer’s Premium or has satisfied such terms that Freeman’s, in its sole discretion, shall require. Subject to the foregoing, all Property shall be paid for and removed by the buyer at his/her expense within ten (10) days of sale and, if not so removed, may be sold by Freeman’s, or sent by Freeman’s to a public warehouse, at the sole risk and charge of the buyer(s), and Freeman’s may prohibit the buyer from participating, directly or indirectly, as a bidder or buyer in any future sale or sales. In addition to other remedies available to Freeman’s by law, Freeman’s reserves the right to impose a late charge of 1.5% per month of the total purchase price on any balance remaining ten (10) days after the day of sale. If Property is not removed by the buyer within ten (10) days, a handling charge of 1% of the total purchase price per month from the tenth day after the sale until removal by the buyer shall be payable to Freeman’s by the buyer; Freeman’s shall charge 1.5% of the total purchase price per month for any property not so removed within 60 days after the sale. Freeman’s will not be responsible for any loss, damage, theft, or otherwise responsible for any goods left in Freeman’s possession after ten (10) days. If the foregoing conditions or any applicable provisions of law are not complied with, in addition to other remedies available to Freeman’s and the Consignor (including without limitation the right to hold the buyer(s) liable for the bid price) Freeman’s, at its option, may either cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the buyer(s), or resell the property. In such event, the buyer(s) shall remain liable for any deficiency in the original purchase price and

will also be responsible for all costs, including warehousing, the expense of the ultimate sale, and Freeman’s commission at its regular rates together with all related and incidental charges, including legal fees. Payment is a precondition to removal. Payment shall be by cash, certified check or similar bank draft, or any other method approved by Freeman’s. Checks will not be deemed to constitute payment until cleared. Any exceptions must be made upon Freeman’s written approval of credit prior to sale. In addition, a defaulting buyer will be deemed to have granted and assigned to Freeman’s, a continuing security interest of first priority in any property or money of, or owing to such buyer in Freeman’s possession, and Freeman’s may retain and apply such property or money as collateral security for the obligations due to due to Freeman’s. Freeman’s shall have all of the rights accorded a secured party under the Pennsylvania Uniform Commercial Code.

Premium shall be: 25% on the first $50,000 of the hammer price of each lot, 20% on the portion from $50,001 through $1,000,000, and 12% thereafter.

10 Unless the sale is advertised and announced as “without reserve”, each lot is offered subject to a reserve and Freeman’s may implement such reserves by bidding through its representatives on behalf of the Consignors. In certain instances, the Consignor may pay less than the standard commission rate where Freeman’s or its representative is a successful bidder on behalf of the Consignor. Where the Consignor is indebted to Freeman’s, Freeman’s may have an interest in the offered lots and the proceeds therefrom, other than the broker’s Commissions, and all sales are subject to any such interest.

16 In no event shall any liability of Freeman’s to the buyer exceed the purchase price actually paid.

11 No “buy” bids shall be accepted at any time for any purpose. 12 Any pre-sale bids must be submitted in writing to Freeman’s prior to commencement of the offer of the first lot of any sale. Freeman’s copy of any such bid shall conclusively be deemed to be the sole evidence of same, and while Freeman’s accepts these bids for the convenience of bidders not present at the auction, Freeman’s shall not be responsible for the failure to execute, or, to execute properly, any pre-sale bid. 13 A Buyer’s Premium will be added to the successful bid price and is payable by the buyer as part of the total purchase price. The Buyer’s

14 Unless exempted by law from the payment thereof, the buyer will be required to pay any and all federal excise tax and any state and/or local sales taxes, including where deliveries are to be made outside the state where a sale is conducted, which may be subject to a corresponding or compensating tax in another state. 15 Freeman’s may, as a service to buyer arrange to have purchased property posted and shipped at the buyer’s expense. Freeman’s is not responsible for any acts or omissions in packing or shipping of purchased lots whether or not such carrier recommended by Freeman’s. Packing and handling of purchased lots is at the responsibility of the buyer and is at the entire risk of the buyer.

17 No claimed modification or amendment of this Agreement on the part of any party shall be deemed extant, enforceable or provable unless it is in writing that has been signed by the parties to this Agreement. No course of dealing and no delay or omission on the part of Freeman’s in exercising any right under this Agreement shall operate as a waiver of such right or any other right and waiver on any one or more occasions shall not be construed as a bar to or waiver of any right or remedy of Freeman’s on any future occasion. 18 These Conditions of Sale and the buyer’s, the Consignor’s and Freeman’s rights under these Conditions of Sale shall be governed by, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Consignor and Buyer agree to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.


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Purchase removal, shipping and offsite storage information To ensure the safety of your property Freeman’s requests removal within 10 business days of the sale date. Collection hours are Mon - Fri, 9:30 - 4:30pm. For larger items, please email bmobbs@freemansauction.com to schedule a loading dock appointment. For purchase release to persons not listed on your contract or invoice, 3rd party authorization is required. Please mail or fax, 215.599.2240, a signed letter stating receipt/item(s) or sale/lot(s) and name of 3rd party collecting property. Freeman’s does not handle packing or shipping. The shippers listed below have worked with Freeman’s clients in the past and will be happy to provide you with quotes for the packing and shipping of your property.

VG Packaging LLC Contact: Gordon G Murray II 12 Salem Road Schwenksville, PA 19473 484.552.8741 Fax: 484.552.8744 quotes@vgpackagingllc.com UPS Store Contact: John Bohach 51 North 3rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 215.629.4990 Fax: 215.629.4992 store4242@theupsstore.com Mr. C’s Contact: Charles Cohen 267.977.9567 mrcees61@gmail.com

Cadogan Tate Fine Art Cadogan House, 41-20 39th Street Sunnyside, New York 11104 718.706.7999 Fax: 718.707.2847 michael@cadogantate.com A. Mastrocco Jr. Moving & Storage Contact: Roseanne 1060 Louis Drive Warminster, PA 18991 215.491.0346 Fax: 215.444.9327 mastroccomovers@snip.net Aiston Fine Art Service P.O. Box 3434 Grand Central Station New York, NY 10163 212.715.0629 Fax: 718.361.8569 info@aistonart.com

Atelier Art Services 103 East Sharpnack Street Philadelphia, PA 19144 215.842.3500 info@atelierartservices.com The Packaging Store Contact: Duane Freed 2333 West Main Street Lansdale, PA 19446 215.361.6940 Fax: 215.361.6941 hello@packandshipnow.com FURNITURE & LARGER ITEMS: For larger pieces where delivery time is not the primary concern, we suggest getting your items freighted: www.plyconvanlines.com www.nwdelivery.com www.freightquote.com.

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American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts Auction 05/02/14 Lynda Cain 267.414.1237 lcain@freemansauction.com

John Bower (fl. Philadelphia, 1809-1819) a view of the bombardment of fort mchenry, circa 1815 Aquatint with hand coloring, period frame and eglomise glass. plate : 14 in. x 19 in. sheet: 16 in. x 19 in. $30,000-50,000 (detail)

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American Furniture, Decorative & Folk Art lynda a cain samuel ≤ free≤an ii whitney bounty American Silver samuel ≤ free≤an ii Asian Arts richard cervantes robert waterhouse (consulting specialist) tianhan gao English & Continental Furniture & Decorative Arts david walker tim andreadis sarah blattner tim lambert Silver & Objet de Vertu david walker sarah blattner Fine Jewelry & Watches michael larsen samuel ≤ free≤an ii allia dhody natalie prusich American Art alasdair nichol david weiss andrew huber candace vivian

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The catalogue for the upcoming auction of Rare Books & Manuscripts on 01/10/14 at Freeman's Auction in Philadelphia.

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The catalogue for the upcoming auction of Rare Books & Manuscripts on 01/10/14 at Freeman's Auction in Philadelphia.