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


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

Rare Books & Manuscripts

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Sale 1487

Monday, April 7 10am to 5pm

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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

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

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Posters, Maps & Other Graphics sale 1488: lots 530-667 Friday, April 11, 2014 at 10am


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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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638 141186/4 1 piece. Montresor, Beni. Original Ink Drawing. “Angel and Demon.” [1978.] 8 1/2 x 14 in; 215 x 355mm. Titled in pencil. Executed for Bedtime, New York: Harper & Row, 1978; not used. Celan & attractive. Matted. $500-800 639 132372/4 4 pieces. (Mother Goose Collection.) Silkscreens: New York: Serigrafica, 1990: Moser, Barry. “Alice.” #268/300, signed & numbered in pencil by Moser. * Chwast, Seymour. “The Kilkenny Cats.” #225/300, signed by Chwast. * Pelvin, Daniel. “Cat and the Fiddle.” #225/300, signed by Pelvin. * Billout, Guy, “Children on Ice.” #295/300, signed by Billout. Each 26 1/2 x 20 1/2 in; 673 x 520mm on Rives BFK paper. Crisp & clean. $500-800 640 132372/3 1 piece. (Mother Goose Collection.) Van Allsburg, Chris. Color Silkscreen. “Around the Green Gravel.” [New York: Serigrafia, 1990.] 26 1/2 x 20 1/2 in; 673 x 520mm on Rives BFK paper. Numbered 229/300 & signed by Van Allsburg below image. Clean & crisp. Apparently Van Allsburg’s only limited print. $400-600


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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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POSTERS Lots 644-667 644 141154/1 1 piece. Sutherland, Graham. Color Lithographic Poster. Tate Gallery, May 20-Aug 9, [1953]. 30 x 20 in; 760 x 505mm; some creasing, slightly dusty. Inscr to the art dealer, Curt Valentin, dated June 10, 1953 & signed by Sutherland. Condition B-/B. $120-180

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 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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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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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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