|Lot # and Heading||Body Information||Price Realized.|
|1. Abbott, Berenice.||Changing New York. Illustrated from photographs by Abbott. 4to, cloth, dust jacket (frayed); moderate wear, smudged band in middle of image on page 95, generally clean and sound otherwise.|
New York, 1939 [300/500]
FIRST EDITION. 101 Books, pages, 100-01; Open Book, pages 130-31; Parr-Badger I, page 141.
|2. Account Book||General grocery accounts. About 280 pages. Folio, reverse calf, gilt-lettered spine-label; moderate wear. |
Massachusetts?, 1864-66 [80/120]
|3. Adriani, Henrich||Catholycke Sermoonen op alle de Epistelen ende Evangelien vande Sondaghen ende Heylighe Daghen vanden Gheheelen Jare. Printer's device on title. , 323, 228 pages; 100, 1 leaves. Folio, contemporary calf paneled in blind over wood boards, center and corner brass bosses, inner joint bosses conected by brass edge, and incised brass hook-clasps (1 broken); renewed endpapers, worming in upper left corner of first 4 signatures, preliminaries and final leaf remargined, etc., etc. |
Antwerp: Hieronymus Verdussen, 1599 [400/600]
Rare FIRST EDITION. Not in Adams, BM, Georg, Etc, Etc.
|4. Africa and the American Negro||Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa...Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa...Edited by Prof. J. W. H. Bowen. Illustrated. 8vo, pictorial cloth; moderate wear. |
Atlanta: Gammon Theological Seminary, 1896 [150/250]
|5. Allen, James; & Henry R. Schoolcraft||Expedition to the Northwest Indians...Letter to the Secretary of War. Folding map. 68 pages. 8vo, modern gilt-lettered cloth-backed boards; map torn along center fold and stained at various sections, generally sound otherwise. |
Washington, 1834 [150/250]
Howes A148; Graff 3703; Field 1366.
|6. American Indians||Treaty between The United States and the Ottoe and Missouria Tribe of Indians. 7 pages. Folio, removed, later sewn spine; several tears along margins, some soiling, staining, etc. |
[Washington, 1854] [200/300]
Treaty concluded at Washington by George W. Manypenny, and published by order of Pres. Franklin Pierce.
|7. Angelou, Maya||Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water...'fore I Diiie. 8vo, publisher's cloth-backed boards, dust jacket; light wear. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY ANGELOU on the title. |
New York: Random House, (1971) [75/100]
|8. Ansart, Andre Joseph||Eloge de Charles-Quint, Empereur, Traduit du Poeme Latin de Jacques Masenius. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Marie Antoinette. , 32, pages. 8vo, gilt-ruled full crushed red morocco with gilt Hapsburg Royal Crest on covers, all edges gilt, bookplate of Peter A. Wick; scattered foxing.|
Paris: J. Barbou, 1774 [150/250]
|9. Apes, William||Indian Nullification of the Unconstitutional Laws of Massachusetts, relative to The Mashpee Tribe. Woodcut frontispiece. 168 pages. 8vo, publisher's cloth; shelf-worn, foxed. |
Boston, 1835 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. Field 41; Sabin 1736.
|10. Aquila Press||Lermontov, Mikhail Yurievitch. A Song about Tsar Ivan Vasilyevitch. Decorations by Paul Nash. 8vo, orange morocco with black and white morocco onlays (hand-soiled) designed by Nash, uncut; spine-ends rubbed.|
(London): Aquila Press, 1929 [100/150]
ONE OF 750 NUMBERED COPIES printed on Maillol hand-made paper.
|11. Asimov, Isaac||Typed Letter Signed, to Miss Jennifer Holt, looking forward to meeting her at the 17th SF convention in Detroit. 1 page. 4to, single sheet, original envelope to her Mexico address; creased at folds. |
Massachusetts, 11 May, 1959 [100/150]
|12. Atwater, Caleb||Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie Du Chien; thence to Washington City, in 1829. viii (iii-iv misbound), 296 pages. 12mo, contemporary speckled calf, gilt-lettered spine-label; library bookplate, front joint split, scattered foxing. |
Columbus, OH: Isaac N. Whiting, 1831 [100/150]
FIRST EDITION. "Contains a vocabulary of the Sioux Language," (Sabin 2335) and "Some curious particulars relating to Customs of the Winnebagoes are related..." - Field 54; Howes A379.
|13. Axelrod, George||The Seven Year Itch. Illustrated. 8vo, boards, pictorial cover-label, dust jacket (spine sunned); moderate wear. |
New York, (1953) [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. Inscribed & SIGNED BY GEORGE [AXELROD].
|14. Bagster Imprint||Peter Langtoft's Chronicle. Transcrib'd by Thomas Hearne. 2 volumes. 8vo, publisher's[?] calf-backed boards, flat spines gilt; rubbed, small chip at foot of spine of volume I, minor foxing, etc.|
(London: Bagster, 1810) [100/150]
ALL PUBLISHED, comprising volumes III & IV of "The Works of Thomas Hearne."
|15. Balzac, Honore de||Histoire de L'Empereur. Woodcut vignettes by Lorentz. Half-title, , 104 pages + 2 leaves of advertisements. 16mo, modern full brown morocco, spine gilt in 6 compartments; light corner stain to first few leaves, generally sound otherwise. (Vicaire, pages 193-94).|
Paris, 1842 [80/120]
|16. Baraga, Frederic||A Dictionary of the Otchipwe Language, Explained in English. 2 parts in 1 volume. 8vo, modern gilt-lettered blue morocco-backed boards, uncut; library ink stamp on titles and errata margins, generally sound otherwise. |
Cincinnati, 1853 [600/900]
FIRST EDITION. Field 75; Pilling, Proof-Sheets 247.
|17. [Barratt, Joseph]||The Indian of New-England, and the North-Eastern Provinces...Ancient Traditions relating to the Etchemin Tribe..vocabularies in the Indian and English...By a Citizen of Middletown, Conn. 24 pages. 8vo, self-wrappers, uncut; loose signatures, Edward Jay Allen bookplate on verso of title. |
Middletown, 1851 [150/250]
FIRST EDITION. Howes B168; Field 86; Pilling, Proof Sheets 274.
|18. Barth, John||The Sot-Weed Factor. 8vo, cloth-backed boards, dust jacket (chipped); owner's signature on front free endpaper. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY BARTH.|
Garden City, 1960 [75/100]
|19. Basil, Saint||Lettres de Saint Basile le Grand, Archevesque de Casaree. Woodcut device on title. , 744,  pages + privilege. 8vo, contemporary calf, gilt-lettered spine-label; moderate wear, bookplate. |
Paris: Debats, 1701 [75/100]
|20. Beckwourth, James P.||The Life and Adventures of James P. Beckwourth, Mountaineer, Scout, and Pioneer and Chief of the Crow Nation of Indians. Edited by T. D. Bonner. Frontispiece; woodcut plates. Large 12mo, publisher's blind-stamped blue cloth lettered in gilt; shelf-wear, one signature sprung, generally sound otherwise. |
New York, 1856 [200/300]
FIRST EDITION. Beckwourth was of mixed parentage, his mother was a mulatto slave. Howes B601; Cowan, page 41; Field 149; Graff 347; Sabin 4265; Streeter Sale 2101; Wagner-Camp 272.
|21. Beede, A. McG.||Sitting Bull-Custer. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered limp leather, uncut; a few chips around extremities, endpapers a bit browned. FIRST EDITION. (Dustin 289). |
Bismarck, (1913) [80/120]
|22. Beeson, John||A Plea for the Indians; with Facts and Features of the Late War in Oregon. 8vo, printed wrappers (chipped at margins); some soiling, a few leaf margins stained, generally sound. |
New York, 1858 [75/100]
Third edition. "The work refers to the Rogue River affair." - Graff 233; Howes B314; Field 108; Wagner-Camp 284.
|23. (Benois, Alexander)||Pushkin, Alexander Mednyi Vsadnik [The Bronze Horseman]. Frontispiece and illustrations by Benois. Folio, pictorial front wrapper (only); disbound, front wrapper trimmed, lacking rear wrapper, a few chips at margins. SOLD-AS-IS.|
St. Petersburg, 1923 [100/150]
|24. Bible in Cherokee||[New Testament]. Group of 11 books, as listed below, bound in 1 volume. 12mo, contemporary blind embossed black leather, gilt-lettered spine; rubbed, 3 bound with title, generally clean and sound internally. |
Park Hill, [Cherokee Nation], 1850s [600/900]
Includes: Matthew. 1850 * Mark * Luke. 1850 * John. 1854 * Acts of the Apostles * Epistle of Paul to the Philippians * ditto. To Timothy * ditto. To Titus * James. 1850 * Epistles of Peter * General Epistle of Jude.
|25. Bilibin, Ivan Iakovlevich||Volga. 5 full-page chromolithographs by Bilibin; other decorations. Folio, chromolithographed wrappers; spine chipped with loss, generally sound internally.|
Petrograd, (1904) [300/400]
|26. (Bilibin, Ivan)||Skazka. Group of 6 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated by Bilibin. Each 12 pages. Folio, pictorial wrappers; most disbound, some with perforated library stamp on covers, several wrappers chipped, etc. SOLD-AS-IS.|
St. Petersburg, vd [400/600]
Skazka ob Ivane-tsareviche. (1901) * Maria Morevna. (1903) * Alenushka i bratets Ivanushka.(1903) * Tsarevna Leygushka. (1901) * Pioryko Finista Jasna Sokola. (1902). 2 copies.
|27. Binding||Pius Xi on Christian Marriage. English and Latin Text. India proof mounted portrait frontispiece. 4to, crushed red morocco ruled in gilt, Pope Pius gilt arms on front cover, gilt-lettered spine, gilt floral turn-ins, top-edge gilt, matching morocco-edged slipcase; minimal wear.|
Boston, 1931 [100/150]
ONE OF 1000 COPIES printed by the D. B. Updike at the Merrymount Press.
|28. Binding||The Ingoldsby Legends or Mirth & Marvels. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. 8vo, full crushed red morocco by Riviere, gilt-decorated covers, front cover multi-color leather only reproducing plate at page 170, spine gilt in compartments, all edges gilt; top of spine and joints flaked, generally sound internally. |
London, 1930 [100/150]
|29. Birch, Reginald||Fine original pen and ink illustration on board. 12-3/4 x 17 inches, print details on verso, matted; light wear. SIGNED BY BIRCH.|
Np, 1912 [200/300]
Published in the Knights of the Golden Spur by Rupert Holland in St. Nicholas Magazine, March 1912.
|30. Bishop, Isabel||Etching of a girl reading on the subway. 8-1/2 x 3-1/2 inches plus wide margins; tape adhesions at upper margin, generally clean and sound otherwise. ONE OF 25 ROMAN NUMERAL COPIES, SIGNED BY BISHOP.|
Np, nd [75/100]
|31. Blackwood, Algernon||Shocks. 8vo, cloth lettered in black, dust jacket (1 inch stain at bottom margin); light wear. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. |
New York, (1936) [80/120]
"Here are fourteen stories of the 'twilight' world..." Bleiler 197 (English Edition).
|32. Blish, Helen H.||A Pictographic History of the Oglala Sioux. Drawings by Amos Bad Heart Bull. 4to, cloth-backed boards, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 200 NUMBERED COPIES.|
Lincoln, (1967) [75/100]
|33. Bodge, George Madison||Soldiers in King Philip's War. 2 single-page maps. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth; moderate wear, Commander Edward Hooker bookplate. |
Leominster, MA: Privately Printed, 1896 [75/100]
With subscriber's bookplate SIGNED BY BODGE on front pastedown.
|34. Bonner, Campbell||Studies in Magical Amulets chiefly Graeco-Egyptian. Plates. 4to, cloth; light wear. |
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1950 [75/100]
|35. Bourke, John G.||The Snake-Dance of the Moquis of Arizona. 33 lithographic plates (some in color), other illustrations within text. 8vo, publisher's pictorial cloth decorated in gilt and black; rear inner joint split, generally clean and sound. |
New York, 1884 [100/150]
FIRST EDITION. Graff 368; Howes B655.
|36. Bowles, Paul||The Sheltering Sky. 8vo, cloth (spotted), dust jacket (frayed); moderate wear. |
London, (1949) [100/150]
FIRST EDITION in "second impression" dust jacket.
|37. (Brancusi, Constantin)||Brummer Gallery. Brancusi Exhibition. 32 illustrations reproducing Brancusi's photographs of his sculptures. 4to, wrappers; moderate wear, some hand-soiling. |
New York, 1926 [250/350]
Catalogue of Brancusi's second solo exhibition in the United States. His (bronze) Bird in Space, became part of a lawsuit by Brancusi against the US Customs Office, which claimed a duty for the value of the bronze, the case was decided in Brancusi's favor. Benezit 2, pages 270-271.
|38. British Caricature||Group of 4 engravings or lithographs, as listed below. Various sizes, each hand-colored; moderate wear. |
London, vd [200/300]
Mansell?. The Constant Couple. 9-1/2 x 15-1/2 inches. 1796 * [Seymour, Robert]. Hint Dropping, or Sapping & Mining. 10 x 14 inches plus later margins. 1829 * After the Invasion _ The levee en masse _ or Britons Strike Home. 10 x 14 inches. 1803 * Dighton. Hamlet in Scotlet. A Large Manager in a Great Character. 12 x 9-1/2 inches. 1794. SIGNED BY STEPHEN KEMBLE.
|39. British Caricature||The Incense of Flattery; or, John Bull Incensed at Popish Deception. Fine lithograph. 9-1/2 x 13 inches, hand-colored; moderate wear. RARE. |
[London]: J. Fairbain, 1829 [200/300]
|40. British Royalty||The Form and Order...in the Coronation of Their Majesties King George V and Queen Mary. Text in red and black. 4to, gilt-decorated vellum by Eyre and Spottiswood, gilt Royal Crest on covers, silk moire doublures; rubbed|
London, 1911 [75/100]
|41. British Tobacco Cards||Complete set of 50 cards depicting Allied Army Leaders. Each 2-3/4 x 1-1/2 inches; varying wear, adhesions on some versos. (LCC 318).|
Bristol & London: W. D. & H. O. Wills, Circa 1900 [100/150]
|42. Broadside||The Cultivator& Country Gentleman. Advertising broadside printed in red and black. Woodcut vignettes. 30 x 22 inches; creased along folds.Albany: Van Benthuysen Printing, 1883 [75/100]|
|43. Buffon, Georges Louis Marie,||Comte de. Oeuvres Completes. Illustrated, including 122 colored plates of birds and mammals. 6 volumes. 4to, gilt-decorated calf-backed boards; rubbed, 1 joint split, scattered foxing, generally sound otherwise. |
Paris: Furne, Jouvet et Cie., 1867- [300/400]
|44. Bullet, Pierre||Architecture Pratique. Engraved frontispiece; 12 engraved plates; folding table. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt in 6 compartments, all edges dyed red; spine-ends chipped, generally clean and sound. |
Paris: Jean-Thomas Herissant, 1755 [250/350]
|45. Bunbury, Henry Willaim||A Militia Meeting * A Hail Storm. Together 2 engraved prints after works by Bunbury. 10-1/2 x 15-1/2 and 11 x 12 inches respectively, plus margins, second hand-colored and matted; first with holes at corners, some hand-soiling. |
London, 1773; 1802 [100/150]
|46. Burton, Sir Richard||Letters from the Battle-Fields of Paraguay. Frontispiece; additional pictorial title; folding map (repaired along fold). 8vo, publisher's gilt-lettered blue cloth; endpapers renewed, library ink stamp on title and ink numbers on verso, scattered foxing, generally sound otherwise. |
London: Tinsley Brothers, 1870 [300/400]
FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE. Penzer, pages 84-85.
|47. Busby, Allie B||Two Summers Among the Musquakies, Relating to the Early History of the Sac and Fox Tribe. 238 pages + tipped-in errata. 8vo, publiher's green cloth stamped in gilt and blind; moderate wear, some hand-soiling. |
Vinton, IA, 1886 [100/150]
FIRST EDITION. Graff 514; Howes B1037.
|48. Capote, Truman||House of Flowers. Music by Harold Arlen. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, cloth-backed boards, dust jacket, top-edge dyed yellow; minimal wear. FIRST EDITION. (Bruccoli 5, page 67). |
New York, (1968) [75/100]
|49. Cardozo, Benjamin N.||Law and Literature and Other Essays and Addresses. 8vo, cloth (spotted); moderate wear. |
New York, (1931) [100/150]
Warmly inscribed to Attorney Henry Epstein and SIGNED BY CARDOZO.
|50. Caricature||Group of 4 color lithograph restrikes. Each about 9-1/4 x 13 inches plus margins, matted, in matching glass-fronted frames. |
Np, Late 19th-century [200/300]
Original published by Thomas McLean in the 1830s, with his circular embossed seal in lower left corners.
|51. Caricature||Group of 3 prints, as listed below. Various sizes, first 2 hand-colored; varying wear, last 1 mounted to paper or board. SOLD-AS-IS. |
London, vd [75/100]
[Rowlandson]. Burning the Books. 10 x 14 inches. 1809 * Fores. The Farm Yard. 11 x 15 inches. 1786 * [Rowlandson]. The Journalist. 9-1/2 x 10 inches. 1786.
|52. Carion, Johannes||Chronicorum Libri Tres. Printer's device on title. , 619,  pages. 16mo, contemporary calf ruled in blind with gilt corner fleurons, gilt central medallion on covers; spine-ends repaired, contemporary ink ex-libris on title, ink checks on index margins, scattered foxing, generally sound otherwise.|
Paris: Joannem Braconnier, 1557 [300/500]
|53. Carroll, Lewis||Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. With a Proem by Austin Dobson. 13 mounted color plates by Arthur Rackham with lettered tissue guards, 14 in-text illustrations and decorated endpapers. 4to, publisher's gilt-lettered cloth-backed pictorial boards, top-edge gilt; inner front joint conserved, generally sound otherwise.|
London & New York,  [300/500]
NUMBER 13 OF 550 NUMBERED COPIES.
|54. Carter, John; & Percy H. Muir||Printing and the Mind of Man. Illustrated. 4to, cloth, dust jacket; light wear. FIRST EDITION. |
(London and New York, 1967) [75/100]
|55. (Cava, Paul)||Children of Adam from Leaves of Grass. Poems by Walt Whitman. Illustrations by Cava. Oblong 4to, cloth; light wear. ONE OF 300 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY CAVA.|
(Germany), 2005 [75/100]
|56. (Chagall, Marc)||Derriere Le Miroir. No. 198. Illustrated, including 2 lithographs by Chagall (1 double-page). Folio, lithograph wrappers by Chagall; light wear. |
(Paris, 1972) [100/150]
|57. Chang, Ucchin||Golden Ark. 12 color lithographs. Introduction, Commentaries, and Translations by Wolhee Choe. Folio, gilt-lettered full dark blue morocco by the Jovonis Bookbindery; minimal wear.|
New York: Limited Editions Club, (1992) [2500/3500]
ONE OF 300 COPIES printed on Rives Heavyweight by Michael and Winifred Bixler, SIGNED BY THE BINDER. RARE. OCLC locates 2 copies.
|58. Chevalier, Tracy||The Girl With a Pearl Earring. 8vo, cloth, dust jacket; light wear. |
(London, 1999) [100/150]
FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE with mispelled "Earing" on the back of dust jacket. SIGNED BY CHEVALIER.
|59. Children's||Historiscope. Color lithograph panorama of America's history from Columbus to the Revolutionary War. Long multi-paneled horizontal strip on 2 rollers, within 5-1/4 x 8 inch board box, pictorial cover-label within open "screen" displaying the strip; lacking box cover with title cover-label, rubbed, final strip detached from roller and chipped with loss.|
[Springfield, MA: Milton Bradley], Circa 1860s [150/250]
Whitton, Paper Toys, page 49.
|60. Chinatown||Beck. New York's Chinatown * Connors. Bowery Life. Together 2 volumes. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth or pictorial wrappers (creased); moderate wear.|
New York, (1898; 1904) [75/100]
|61. [Church, Thomas]||The History of King Philip's War. By Benjamin Church. Folding map laid in. Introduction and Notes by Henry Martin Dexter. Volume 1 (of 2). Small 4to, modern cloth, uncut and unopened; generally clean and sound. |
Boston: John Kimball Wiggin, 1865 [75/100]
Unnumbered presentation copy to the Hon. John Gorham Palfrey, with a hand-written letter to Palfrey, discussing the map by Mr. Dexter, SIGNED BY WIGGIN.
|62. Clark, Galen||Indians of the Yosemite Valley and Vicinity. Illustrations by Chris. Jorgensen and from Photographs. 8vo, publisher's pictorial cloth; moderate wear. |
Yosemite Valley, 1904 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. "One of the best available resources relating to the life and legends of these fast-disappearing aboriginal inhabitants." - Cowan, page 48; Rocq 5175.
|63. Coetzee, J. M.||Disgrace. Folding panoramic photograph by Jo Ratcliffe. 4to, 2 volumes including portfolio, cloth, printed paper spine- and cover-labels, slipcase; minimal wear. |
(Isle of Man: Oak Tree Press, 2006) [100/150]
DELUXE EDITION, ONE OF 35 ROMAN NUMERAL COPIES SIGNED BY COETZEE and with a with duplicate illustration SIGNED & NUMBERED BY RATCLIFFE.
|64. Copway, George||The Ojibway Conquest, A Tale of the Northwest. By Kah-Ge-Ga-Gah-Bowh. Frontispiece portrait. 91 pages. 8vo, publisher's gilt-decorated cloth; moderate wear, foxed.|
New York, 1850 [100/150]
FIRST EDITION. Field 363; Sabin 16718.
|65. Costello, J. A.||The Siwash Their Life Legends and Tales. Puget Sound and Pacific Northwest. Illustrated. 4to, gilt-lettered black cloth (chipped at extremities); shelf-wear, some soiling, generally sound. |
Seattle: Calvert Company, 1895 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION with the rare appendix and name listing bound at front. Decker I: 643.
|66. Craig, John Freeman||Fifty Years on the Warpath. By Chief White Eagle. Illustrated. 99 pages. 8vo, printed wrappers; spine-ends frayed, front inner joint split and spine staples rusted, generally sound otherwise. |
[Aurora, MO]: Privately Printed, (1927) [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. SIGNED BY CHIEF WHITE EAGLE.
|67. Culot, Charlotte||Memoires de Murs. 10 mounted color plates after paintings by Culot. Oblong folio, black-lettered creased brown paper, cloth ties; light wear. ONE OF 50 NUMBERED COPIES.|
(Belgium), Late 20th-century [75/100]
|68. Cummings, Uriah||The Song of U-ri-on-tah; or, the Secret History of the Oom-paugh and the Bee-ess. Illustrations by L. E. Bartlett. 8vo, cloth; moderate wear. |
Buffalo: The Courier Co., 1900 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. "No. 5, " inscribed "With a New Years Greeting from the Princes sAu-die-ne-ta."
|69. Cushman, Horatio B.||History of the Choctaw, Chickasaw and Natchez Indians. Frontispiece portrait. 607 pages. 8vo, publisher's cloth stamped in gilt and blind; matching gilt-lettered rebacked spine, pages browned, ink stamp on front free endpaper, generally clean and sound|
Greenville, TX: Headlight Printing House, 1899 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. "The author lived among the tribes from 1820-1890." - Howes C976; Wolf & Folk 776.
|70. Custer, George Armstrong||My Life on the Plains; or, Personal Experiences with Indians. 8 plates. 8vo, publisher's gilt-decorated brown cloth; front cover soiled and a bit bubbled, shaken, some hand-soiling, etc. |
New York, 1874 [80/120]
FIRST EDITION in variant binding. Graff 961; Howes C981; Rader 1011.
|71. Dante Alighieri||The Inferno from La Divina Commedia. 7 plates after William Blake. Large folio, full calf stamped in blind, slipcase (worn and stained); spine rubbed, generally clean and sound internally. |
New York, 1931 [80/120]
ONE OF 1200 printed by Richard Ellis for Cheshire House.
|72. Daredevil||"Bobby Leach Barrel & Dog." Cabinet card photograph titled on mount margin. 6-1/2 x 4-1/4 inches; moderate wear, stain to lower right corner of mount. |
Np, 19th-century [75/100]
Leach was the second person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel.
|73. De Caro, Marino Massimo,||et. al. Galileo Galilei. Le sue idee, il suo mondo, la collezione. Illustrated. 2 volumes. 4to, boards; light wear. ONE OF 1000.|
Np, (2007) [75/100]
|74. Denning, Guy||Alicia * The Spire. Together 2 glicee prints. Each 8 x 8 inches plus margins, second matted and in glass-fronted frame. Each is ONE OF 120 OR 165 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY DENNING.|
Np, Early 21st-century [100/150]
|75. Der Antichrist||und die Fuenfzehn Zeichen. 2 volumes, including facsimile plate volume. 4to, gilt-lettered vellum-backed boards, slipcase; light wear. |
Munich, 1970 [100/150]
ONE OF 150 (of 650) NUMBERED COPIES of the complete color facsimile of a chiro-xylographic block book in the collection Otto Schaefer.
|76. [Dickinson, Emily]||Reunion of the Dickinson Family, at Amherst, Mass. Lithograph map, 2 plates from photographs; folding chart. 8vo, publisher's cloth; moderate wear. |
Np: Binghamton Publishing, 1884 [150/250]
Together with: the printed program titled "Meeting of the Dickinson Family"; 3 printed letters about the reunion, original envelope from Francke W. Dickinson addressed to Mrs. Oliver Edwards of Chesterfield, Mass.
|77. Diefenbach, Karl Wilhelm||Per Aspera ad Astra. Fourth Edition. 34 accordion-folded silhouette plates folding out to over 25 feet. Accompanying text booklet laid in. Oblong 4to, pictorial cloth; moderate wear. |
Leipzig and Berlin, 1921 [80/120]
|78. Early Printing Reference||Group of 9 volumes, as listed. 4to or 8vo, cloth; moderate wear. |
Vp, vd [75/100]
Sajo & Soltesz. Catalogus Incunabulorum...Hungariae Asservantur. 2 volumes. 1970 * Mead. Incunabula in the Huntington Library . 1937 * Fifteenth-Century Books in the Library of Howard Lehman Goodhart. 1955. ONE OF 250 * Geldner. Inkunabelkunde. 1978 * Butler. Check List of Fifteenth Century Books in the Newberry Library...1933 * Faye. Fifteenth Century Printed Books at the University of Illinois. 1949 * Cook. Incunabula in the Hanes Collection. 1960 * Ashley. Story of the Vollbehr Collection of Incunabula. (1934). ONE OF 485.
|79. El Lissitzky||et. al. USSR in Construction. Issue No. 9 & 11. Together 2 volumes. Illustrated with reproductions of photographs. Folio, wrappers; a few margin tears, generally sound. |
(Moscow, 1931) [150/250]
FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. Designed by El Lissitzky and "the best Soviet photojournalists and graphic designers." - Parr/Badger 1, page 148-49.
|80. Erotic Male Photographs||Group of 7 original 7 print photographs of male nudes by Vincenzo Galdi or Guglielmo Pluschow. Each about 4-1/4 x 6 inches; removed from album, some corners chipped, generally sound otherwise. |
(Rome), Early 20th century? [200/300]
2 with partial red ink Pluschow studio stamp on versos and 2 with partial purple ink Galdi studio stamp on versos.
|81. Erotica||Group of 4 gelatin silver photographs of mostly male nudes, as listed below. Various sizes; first with light adhesions on verso corners, last 3 with Von Gloeden's ink studio stamp on versos. |
Most Taormina Sicily, vd [800/1200]
Boy with dog. 9 x 7 inches. Collection of Paul Cadmus stamp on verso * Male and Female. 8-3/4 x 6-1/2 inches. (Aug. 1900) * Portrait. 6-1/2 x 4-1/2 inches. (14 Gen. 1898) * Two nude males. 6-1/2 x 4-1/2 inches. (Aug. 1900).
|82. (Estienne, Henri & Robert)||A Distinguished Family of French Printers of the Sixteenth Century. Portrait frontispiece; woodcut vignette on title and colophon. 12 pages. Folio, gilt-lettered vellum-backed boards, uncut; light wear. |
London: Linotype & Machinery Ltd., 1929 [75/100]
ONE OF 100 COPIES printed on Kelmscott paper by George W. Jones at "The Sign of the Dolphin."
|83. Fanti, Vincenzo||Descrizzione Complet di tutto cio che ritrovasi nella galleria di Pittura e Scultura di sua altezza Giuseppe Wenceslao...di Lichtenstein. Engraved memorial plate and head- and tailpieces by J. Schmutzer. , 107, , 144,  pages. 4to, gilt-ruled full red calf, geometric gilt-diapered spine, all edges gilt; spine-ends frayed, corners a last few leaves stained, generally sound.|
Vienna: Tommaso de Trattnern, 1767 [150/250]
Early description of the art collection of the House of Liechtenstein.
|84. Farmer, John S.||Americanisms - Old & New. 4to, gilt-decorated vellum; covers hand-soiled, scattered foxing.|
London: Privately Printed for Thomas Poulter & Sons., 1889 [80/120]
ONE OF A LIMITED, NUMBERED EDITION, SIGNED BY FARMER. O'Neill F12.
|85. Faulkner, William||The Hamlet. 8vo, publisher's cloth, dust jacket (chipped with loss); moderate wear. |
New York: Random House, 1940 [100/150]
FIRST EDITION IN FIRST STATE DUST JACKET with advertisements. Petersen A20a.
|86. Ferriss, Hugh||The Metropolis of Tomorrow. Illustrated. 3 parts in 1 volume. 4to, cloth, dust jacket (chipped); moderate wear.|
New York, 1929 [125/175]
|87. Finley, James B.||History of the Wyandott Mission, at Upper Sandusky, Ohio, under the Direction of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 8vo, publisher's gilt-lettered cloth stamped in blind, Wesleyan Library Series 2, Vol. 28 stamped on spine; moderate wear, foxed, newspaper clipping on front pastedown. |
Cincinnati: R. P. Thompson for J. F. Wright and L. Swormstedt, 1840 [125/175]
FIRST EDITION. Field F538; Howes F144; Sabin 24379; AI 40-2325.
Provenance: E. H. Cissua Book on title margin.
|88. Football||Mounted albumen photograph of the Massachusetts Agricultural College football team. 9-3/4 x 13 inches, mounted to board lettered "Lovell, Amherst, Mass."; mount foxed and spotted, image generally clean. |
Massachusetts, Circa 1890s [75/100]
|89. Frankau, Julia||The Story of Emma, Lady Hamilton. Illustrated, including 30 color plates with lettered tissue guards after works by Joshua Reynolds, Romney, Knight, and others. 2 volumes. Folio, full vellum with nouveau style gilt-decorated lotus pattern, top-edges gilt; moderate wear.|
London, 1911 [300/500]
ONE OF 250 NUMBERED SETS.
|90. Frankfurter, Justice Felix||Typed Letter Signed to the Hon. Henry Epstein, thanking him for his "kind message." 1 page. 4to, single sheet on Supreme Court Stationary; some creasing at margins. |
Washington, February 13, 1959 [100/150]
Together with: An embossed Supreme Court card to "My Dear Henry [Epstein]" for "a loss", SIGNED BY FRANKFURTER.
|91. French Children's||Group of 3 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. Folio or 4to, pictorial cloth; moderate wear. |
Paris, vd [150/250]
Montorgueil. Jouons a L'Histoire. (1908) * Toudouze & Leloir. Le Roy Soleil. 1917 * La Fontaine. Fables. 1925.
|92. French Illustration||Group of 3 volumes, as listed below. Each with pochoir illustrations by various artists of note. 4to or 8vo, pictorial wrappers; moderate wear. |
Vp, vd [80/120]
Vivier. Le Pays du Calcul. (1947) * Lydis. Le Trefle a Quatre Feuilles ou La Clef du Bonheur. ONE OF 250 * Roy. Cent Comptines. 1926. ONE OF 540.
|93. (Frog Lake Massacre)||Gowanlock, Theresa and Delaney. Two Months in the Camp of Big Bear. Plates. Two parts in 1 volume. , 136 pages. Small 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth; shaken, some soiling. |
Parkdale, 1885 [250/350]
FIRST EDITION. By the sole survivors of the Frog Lake Massacre on the North Saskatchewan. McGill/Lande 1194; Graff 1605.
|94. Frost, Robert||A Masque of Reason. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, dust jacket; spine faded and covers creased, generally sound internally, owner's name stamp on verso of front free endpaper. |
New York, (1954) [80/120]
FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY FROST. St. C. Crane A27.1.
|95. Frost, Robert||New Hampshire. Woodcuts by J. J. Lankes. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth-backed boards, printed cover-label; light wear.|
New York, 1923 [80/120]
FIRST EDITION. St. C. Crane A6
|96. Garnett, Lucy M. J., & John S. Stuart-Glennie||The Women of Turkey and Their Folk-Lore. The Christian Women. Folding color map. 8vo, publisher's gilt-decorated cloth (spotted); a few areas bubbled on covers, generally sound internally. |
London: David Nutt, 1890 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION with advert. noting the second volume "In the Press, and to be publsished on the 1st October. Blackmer Catalogue 1266 (both volumes).
|97. Gay, John||Trivia; or, The Art of Walking the Streets of London. Engraved head-pieces. , 80,  pages. Tall 8vo, (8-5/8 x 6-1/4 inches), contemporary speckled calf ruled in gilt, spine gilt in 6 compartments; rebacked with most of original spine laid on, scattered foxing and hand-soiling.|
London: Bernard Lintott,  [500/700]
FIRST EDITION, LARGE PAPER ISSUE with engraved head-pieces and Strasburg Bend watermark. 250 copies printed. - Foxon G81; Rothschild 914.
|98. Goines, David Lance||A Constructed Roman Alphabet. Illustrated, including an additional suite of plates. 4to, cloth or boards, slipcase; minimal wear.|
Boston, (1982) [75/100]
ONE OF 225 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY GOINES.
|99. Goudge, Elizabeth||A Pedlar's Pack and Other Stories. 8vo, cloth, dust jacket (spine-ends chipped); moderate wear. FIRST EDITION. |
London: Duckworth, 1937 [75/100]
|100. Gray, John||Park. A Fantastic Story. Copperplate etched frontispiece by Denis Tegetmeier. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth-backed boards, dust jacket (lacking most of spine), prospectus laid in; moderate wear. |
(London: Sheed and Ward, 1932) [100/150]
ONE OF 250 COPIES printed by Rene Hague and Eric Gill. With Alfonso Ossorio's bookplate and signature on front endpapers.
|101. Greene, Graham||Our Man in Havana. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, dust jacket (frayed); margin tear to rear flap of jacket, front cover corner crease, generally sound otherwise. FIRST EDITION.|
London, (1958) [75/100]
|102. (Grigor'ev, Boris Dmitrievich)||Chernii, Sasha [pseud.]. Detskii Ostrov. [Children Island]. Lithograph frontispiece; 19 full-page lithograph plates. 4to, publisher's cloth-backed boards with color lithograph cover-label; shelf-worn, front free endpaper renewed, a few margin chips, generally sound otherwise. FIRST EDITION.|
[Berlin and Gdansk]: Slovo, 1921 [600/900]
|103. Grimm Brothers||Household Stories. Translated by Lucy Crane. Illustrated, including frontispiece and pictorial title by Walter Crane. Tall 8vo, publisher's gilt-lettered cloth; inner front joint reinforced, generally clean and sound otherwise. ONE OF 250 LARGE PAPER COPIES. (Ray 246).|
London, 1882 [125/175]
|104. Hall, Henry Dixon||Group of 4 volumes by "The Druid," as listed below. Several plates, including original mounted photograph in second title. 8vo, contemporary 3/4 red morocco; rubbed, minor foxing, soiling, etc.|
London, 1859-(1862)-1862-1870 [80/120]
Silk and Scarlet * Scott and Sebright * The Post and the Paddock * Saddle and Sirloin
|105. Hargrave, Catherine Perry||A History of Playing Cards and a Bibliography of Cards and Gaming. Profusely illustrated, including color plates. 4to, cloth, dust jacket (cello tape around edges); moderate wear. FIRST EDITION.|
Boston and New York, 1930 [75/100]
|106. Harrison, William Henry||A Discourse on the Aborigines of the Valley of Ohio. 47 pages. 8vo, original printed wrappers (detached and frayed); generally sound internally. (Sabin 30571; Field 660).|
Boston, 1840 [75/100]
|107. Hartley, Marsden||Twenty-Five Poems. 8vo, grey wrappers lettered in black, original glassine sleave (closed tear at margin); light wear. |
Paris: (Contact Publishing, 1923) [400/600]
FIRST EDITION of artist-poet Hartley's first book. SIGNED ON THE TITLE-PAGE.
|108. Hauptman, William||Charles Gleyre. 1806-1874. Life and Works * Catalogue Raisonne. Profusely illustrated. 2 volumes. 4to, cloth, dust jacket; light wear. |
(Princeton, 1996) [75/100]
|109. Heaney, Seamus||A Tribute to Michael McLaverty. 14 pages. 8vo, stiff marbled paper covers with printed paper cover-label, black paper holder with cover-label; light wear. ONE OF 250 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY HEANEY.|
(Belfast, 2005) [125/175]
|110. Hnizdovsky, Jacques||White Pine. Fine etching. 22 x 9 inches plus margins, neatly matted, in glass-fronted frame. ONE OF 120 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY HNIZDOVSKY. |
Np, 1970 [80/120]
|111. Hodgins, Dick||Jr. Beware of the Dog. Original ink and gouche 4-panel comic strip. 4 x 13-1/4 inches, matted, in glass-fronted frame. SIGNED BY HODGINS.|
Np: King Features Syndicate, 6-20-(1984) [75/100]
|112. Hopkins, Sarah Winnemucca||Life Among The Piutes: Their Wrongs and Claims. Edited by Mrs. Horace Mann. 8vo, publisher's cloth; moderate wear. |
Boston, 1883 [250/350]
FIRST EDITION. Wilberforce Eames' copy with his signature. "It is the first outbreak of the American Indian in human literature and has a single aim-to tell the truth." - Graff 1950; Rader 1927; Decker I, 1161.
|113. Huebner, Francis C.||Charles Killbuck. An Indian's Story of the Border Wars of the American Revolution. Illustrations by W. F. Gilmore. 8vo, pictorial cloth; spine-ends frayed, covers darkened, generally sound internally. |
Washington, DC: Herbert Publishing Company, 1902 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. Inscribed to Justice McKenna and SIGNED BY HUEBNER.
|114. Hugo, Victor||Les Chatiments. Half-title, III, 392 pages. 32mo, contemporary red leather-backed boards, spine gilt in 5 compartments; extremities rubbed, generally clean and sound. |
Geneva and New York,  [300/500]
FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE of the FIRST COMPLETE EDITION OF HUGO'S POETICAL MASTERPIECE. The first printing with sharp black roman numerals and titles of the poems printed on slightly bluish paper. - Talvert and Place. This edition "is regarded as the first...[and] printed in Jersey the same year, at the Imprimerie Universelle of Saint-Helier." - Du Bois, Four Private Libraries of New York, pages 31-32.
|115. Hugo, Victor||Les Miserables. 10 volumes. 8vo, gilt-lettered green leather-backed boards; moderate wear. |
Brussels: A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & Co., 1862 [300/500]
|116. Humphrey, Hubert||Typed Letter Signed, to Mr. Edward R. Murrow, wishing him a speedy recovery. 1 page. 4to, on US Senate stationary, matted with photograph portrait of Humphrey; light wear. |
Washington, October 17, 1963 [100/150]
"I am sure you are enjoying the company of some charming nurses and
will come out of the hospital bed ready for a Bobby Kennedy fifty-mile hike.”
|117. Indian Territory||The Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations...To All To Whom These Presents Shall Come. Group of 2 Homestead Patents to Wyatt Chigley and Lizzie Bell Young respectively. Each 14 x 8-1/2 inches, finished in type and ink, paper seals; creased at folds. |
Indian Territory, Nov 3 & Nov 7, 1905 [100/150]
Each is SIGNED by Green M. Curtain, Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation and Douglass H. Johnston, Governor of the Chickasaw Nation.
|118. Irving, John||The World According to Garp. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth-backed boards, dust jacket; light wear, owner's embossed stamp on front free endpaper. FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY IRVING.|
New York, (1978) [75/100]
|119. Irving, Washington||Rip Van Winkle. 51 color plates by Arthur Rackham. 4to, publisher's gilt-pictorial green cloth, top-edge gilt; spine-ends frayed, generally sound otherwise.|
New York and London, 1905 [80/120]
|120. James, George Wharton||House Blessing and Guest Book. Decorated margins. 70 pages. Oblong 4to, pictorial cloth covers; spine-ends frayed, rear inner joint split, generally sound otherwise. |
Pasadena: Radiant Life Press, 1917 [75/100]
|121. Job et Montorgueil, G||La Cantiniere. Color illustrations, including full page plates by Job. Folio, publisher's pictorial cloth, all edges dyed red; margin tear to front free endpaper, otherwise clean and sound.|
Paris: Felix Juven, Circa 1910 [100/150]
|122. Johnston, Charles||Narrative of the Incidents Attending the Capture, Detention and Ransom...To Which are Added, Sketches of Indian Character and Manners. 12mo, later 3/4 red leather, top-edge gilt; some foxing. |
New York, 1827 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. Howes J158; Fields 784; Ayer 165.
|123. Jones, David||A Journal of Two Visits Made to Some Nations of Indians on the West Side of the River Ohio, in the Years 1772 and 1773. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with portraits, including 1 mounted photograph; double-page map, "An Exact Map of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland & Virginia from Russell's History of America, 1778 and Kitchin, A New Map of Virginia, 1761. 4to, later 3/4 blue leather by Stikeman, spine gilt in 6 compartments, top-edge gilt; portraits with top margin stain, generally sound otherwise. |
New York: Joseph Sabin, 1865 [100/150]
ONE OF 50 NUMBERED LARGE PAPER COPIES, INITIALED BY SABIN. Howes J208.
|124. Jones, David||A Journal of Two Visits Made to Some Nations of Indians on the West Side of the River Ohio, in the Years 1772 and 1773. 8vo, gilt-lettered calf-backed boards, George Dawson Coleman armorial bookplate, rubbed. |
New York: Joseph Sabin, 1865 [75/100]
ONE OF 200 NUMBERED COPIES. Howes J208.
|125. Jones, Miss Electa F.||Stockbridge, Past and Present; or, Records of an Old Mission Station. 275 pages. 8vo, publisher's cloth; a bit shaken, some foxing and browning. |
Springfield, MA, 1854 [100/150]
FIRST EDITION. "Practically a history of the Mohegans." - Howes J210.
|126. Keneally, Thomas||Schindler's Ark. Illustrations by Antony Gormley. 2 volumes, including portfolio with additional plate SIGNED & NUMBERED BY GORMLEY. 4to, cloth, slipcase; minimal wear. NUMBER 20 OF 35 (of 160) ROMAN NUMERAL COPIES, SIGNED BY KENEALLY.|
(Isle of Man): Oak Tree Press,  [150/250]
|127. Kennedy, Robert F||Typed Letter Signed to Mr. Robert E. Groves regarding organizing a group of younger Democrats. 1 page. 4to, RFK letterhead, envelope; horizontal folds. |
Washington, December 2, 1960 [80/120]
Together with: Two general admission tickets to U. S. Senator John F. Kennedy speech at Boston Garden, November 7, 1960 (pin holes) * Vari-vue political pin for "The Man for the 60s , John F. Kennedy.
|128. Kilgour, Bayard Livingston||The Kilgour Collection of Russian Literature, 1750-1920. Illustrated. 4to, cloth, dust jacket; moderate wear.|
Cambridge, MA, 1959 [100/150]
FIRST EDITION with 2 typed errata letters from Indiana University. Besterman 5524.
|129. Klablunde, Charles||The Flying Machine. Fine color etching. 21-1/2 x 11-3/5 inches plus margins, neatly matted, in glass-fronted frame. ONE OF 100 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY KLABUNDE. |
Np, nd [75/100]
|130. Kollwitz, Kathe||An Der Kirchenmauer. [By the Church Wall]. Fine etching. Image size 9-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches plus margins, neatly matted, in glass-fronted frame. (Klipstein 19, State II).|
Np,  [150/250]
|131. Kollwitz, Kathe||Beratung. [Consulatation]. Fine etching. Image size 11-1/4 x 6-3/4 inches plus margins, neatly matted, in glass-fronted frame. (Klipstein 25, State IV).|
Np,  [150/250]
|132. Kollwitz, Kathe||Sturm. Fine etching. Image 9 x 11-1/4 plus margins, neatly matted, in glass fronted frame. (Klipstein 33).|
Np,  [80/120]
|133. Kuzmin, Mikhail||Nezdeshnie vechera. [Evenings elsewhere]. 135 pages. 8vo, pictorial wrappers by M. V. Dobuzhinskii; spine frayed, covers hand-soiled. FIRST EDITION. (Kilgour 608).|
Petersburg: Petropolis, 1921 [200/300]
|134. [L'Estoile, Pierre de]||Memoires pour Servir a L'Histoire de France. Engraved frontispieces, 33 engraved portraits by Harrewyn. 2 volumes. 8vo, contemporary speckled calf, spines gilt in 6 compartments; moderate wear, scattered foxing.|
Cologne: Heritiers de Herman Demen, 1719 [250/350]
Brunet III, page 1019; Dauze, page 692; Cohen-de-Ricci, page 639.
|135. Laboureur, Jean-Emile||Petite Blanchisseuse. Fine etching. 6 x 4 inches plus wide margins, matted. ONE OF 77 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY LABOUREUR.|
Np, nd [80/120]
|136. Landau, Jacob||Eagles. Fine woodcut print. About 15 x 11-1/2 inches plus wide margins, neatly matted, in glass-fronted frame. ARTIST'S PROOF, SIGNED BY LANDAU.|
Np, nd [75/100]
|137. Lang, John D., & Samuel Taylor||Report of a Visit to Some of the Tribes of Indians, located West of the Mississippi. 8vo, printed wrappers (chipped); generally sound. |
New York, 1843 [80/120]
FIVE COPIES. FIRST EDITION. Howes L72; Graff 2386; Field 855; Wagner-Camp 96.
|138. Laurent, Joseph||New Familiar Abenakis and English Dialogues. 230 pages. 8vo, pictorial cloth; covers foxed, fore-edge browned, generally sound internally. |
Quebec, 1884 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. Inscribed & SIGNED BY LAURENT. STC Canada L769.
|139. Le Carre, John||The Spy Who Came in from the Cold. Mounted woodcut portrait SIGNED BY STEPHEN ALCORN. 8vo, cloth-backed boards, printed paper cover-label, slipcase; minimal wear. NUMBER 20 OF 150 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY LE CARRE.|
(Isle of Man): Oak Tree Press, (2008) [80/120]
|140. Lee, L. P.||History of the Spirit Lake Massacre! and of Miss Abigail Gardiner's Three Months' Captivity among the Indians. Woodcuts. 47,  pages. 8vo, wrappers; light margin stains to wrappers, generally sound otherwise. |
New Britain, CT, 1857 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. Howes L210; Ayer 181.
|141. Leech, John||Pictures of Life and Character...First [-Fourth] Series. Profusion of illustrations after Leech. 4 volumes in 2. Oblong folio, publisher's gilt-decorated red leather-backed gilt-pictorial covers; rubbed, tips worn, generally clean and sound internally. |
London: Bradbury, Evans & Co., [1854-63] [125/175]
FIRST EDITION IN BOOK FORM of his series of illustrations for Punch. Field, pages 62-65.
|142. Lydekker, Richard||Editor. The Royal Natural History. 72 chromolithographed plates; profusion of illustrations within text. 6 volumes. Large 8vo, publisher's cloth; moderate wear. |
London, (1922) [150/250]
|143. M'Guire, Edward C.||The Religious Opinions and Character of Washington. xxviii, -414 pages + 6 page catalogue. 8vo, publisher's gilt-lettered embossed cloth covers; moderate wear, scattered foxing. |
New York, 1836 [200/300]
FIRST EDITION. Sabin 43296; AI 38652.
|144. [Mably, Abbot Gabriel Bonnot de]||Parallele des Romains et des Francois. 2 volumes. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf, spines gilt in 6 compartments, all edges dyed red; moderate wear, Bibliotheque de A. H. Campmartin bookplates. |
Paris: Didot, 1740 [100/150]
|145. Manchester, William||The Death of a President. November 1963. 8vo, cloth, dust jacket; light wear, publisher's mailing label mounted to rear colophon (loose). |
New York, (1967) [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. Inscribed to Asher Baker and SIGNED BY MANCHESTER.
|146. Mankell, Henning||The Man Who Smiled. Translated by Laurie Thompson. 8vo, gilt-lettered leather-backed boards; light wear. ONE OF 80 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY MANKELL.|
Gladestry: Scorpion Press, (2005) [75/100]
|147. Manuscript||Liber Primus [-Qinq] in Digesta de Justitia et Jure. Over 270 pages in a fine cursive Latin. Small 4to, full contemporary calf decorated in blind, remnants of leather ties; generally clean and sound. |
Np, 1661 [400/600]
"Annotata composita per F. M. Zylof 1661."
|148. Marsh, Reginald||Dance Marathon. Fine etching of a couple dancing. 7 x 5 inches plus margins, neatly matted, in glass-fronted frame.|
Np,  [300/500]
FINAL STATE. NUMBER 9 OF 14 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY MARSH. Sasowsky 112.
|149. McCoy, Isaac||History of Baptist Indian Missions. , 611 pages. 8vo, modern green cloth, gilt-lettered spine-label; foxed, later lithograph map mounted to rear pastedown. |
Washington and New York, 1840 [100/150]
FIRST EDITION. "The author resided more than twenty years among the Ottawas, Pottawatomies, and Miamis as a missionary." - Field 982; Graff 2589; Howes M68; Pilling 2365; Sabin 43112; Streeter 1804.
|150. (Mencken, H. L.)||The Charlatanry of the Learned. by Johann Burkhard Mencken. Notes and Introduction by H. L. Mencken. Facsimile frontispiece. 8vo, cloth; light wear.|
New York and London, 1937 [80/120]
ONE OF 1475 COPIES designed by W. A. Dwiggins. Inscribed to Harry Richel and SIGNED BY MENCKEN.
|151. Mexican Railroad||Nervo, Amado. Seleccion Breve de sus Poesias. Color lithographs by Gabriel Fernandez Ledesma; photographic views; folding map. Oblong 8vo, full calf decorated in blind, pictorial cover-label, string-tied spine; moderate wear. |
Mexico: Ferrocarril Mexicano, 1919 [80/120]
Printed as a souvenir of the Ferrocarril of Mexico. Palau 189878.
|152. Miniature Book Reference||Sikorsky. USSR Miniature Books * Badalov. A Travel to the World of Microbooks. Together 2 volumes. Illustrated. 3-1/4 x 2-1/4 and 3-1/2 x 2-3/4 inches respectively, second with dust jacket; light wear. |
Moscow, 1982; 1991 [75/100]
|153. Minucius Felix, Marius||Octavius [bound with:] Le Clerc. Proscriptio. Engraved plate, engravings within text. , 496, ; 56 pages. 8vo, contemporary vellum; scattered foxing. |
Lugduni Batavorum: Cornelium Boutestein & Samuelem Luctmans, 1709 [125/175]
"Bonne Edition." - Brunet III, page 1737.
|154. Moon, Karl||Lo-Lee-Ta. Pueblo Girl of Laguna. Sepia-toned photogravure portrait of a girl. 17-1/4 x 13-3/4 inches on textured paper; mount adhesions on verso corners, generally sound.|
Np: Fred Harvey, 1907 [300/400]
With Harvey's embossed stamp in lower right corner.
|155. (Moser, Barry)||Carroll. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Illustrated by Moser, including a SIGNED PRINT in separate cloth portfolio. Folio, cloth, slipcase; minimal wear.|
Berkeley, (1982) [75/100]
|156. Moynahan, J. M.||The Ace Powell Book. Illustrated. 4to, cloth, dust jacket, slipcase; moderate wear. |
(Kalispell MT, 1974) [100/150]
ONE OF 200 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY MOYNAHAN and with an ORIGINAL ETCHING NUMBER ONE OF 100 COPIES, SIGNED BY POWELL.
|157. Nabokov, Vladimir||The Real Life of Sebastian Knight. 8vo, red burlap, printed paper spine- and cover-labels, dust jacket (chipped); moderate wear.|
Norfolk: New Directions, (1941) [75/100]
FIRST EDITION in first state burlap binding. From Alfronso Ossorio's library with his signature.
|158. Nabokov, Vladimir||Lolita. Text in Russian. 8vo, publisher's pink cloth lettered in gilt, dust jacket; light wear. FIRST EDITION IN RUSSIAN. (Juliar A28.7b).|
New York: Phaedra, 1967 [200/300]
|159. Nabokov, Vladimir||Bend Sinister. 8vo, cloth, dust jacket; light wear. FIRST EDITION. (Juliar A24.1).|
New York, (1947) [75/100]
|160. Native American||Group of 6 volumes, as listed below. Some illustrated. 8vo, cloth; moderate wear. |
Vp, vd [150/250]
Barrett. Geronimo's Story of His Life. 1906 * Myrtle. The Iroquois; or, the Bright Side of Indian Character. 1855 * Brunner. The Indians of Berks County, PA. 1897 * Grinnell. By Cheyenne Campfires. 1926 * Peale. Uncas and the Mohegan-Pequot. 1939. SIGNED * Johnson. Flathead and Kootenay. 1969.
|161. Native American||Group of 3 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, last with plain wrapper, uncut; moderate wear. |
Vp, vd [80/120]
Garrard. Wah-To-Yah & the Taos Trail. 1936. ONE OF 550 * Stratton. Life Among the Indians or: The Captivity of the Oatman Girls. 1935. ONE OF 550 * Hammond & Rey. Expedition into New Mexico Made by Antonio de Espejo. 1929. ONE OF 500.
|162. Native American||Group of 5 pamphlets, as listed below. Between 31 and 84 pages. 8vo, various bindings; some removed, some foxing, etc. |
Vp, vd [200/300]
Documents Relative to the Marshpee Indians.  * Wilde. Speech...on the Bill for Removing the Indians from the East to the West Side of the Mississippi. 1830 * Welsh. Four Weeks among some of the Sioux Tribes of Dakota and Nebraska. 1882 * Strong. A Further Illustration of the Case of the Seneca Indians...1841 * Arnold. A Statement of the Case of the Narragansett Tribe of Indians. 1896.
|163. Native American Slaver||The Choctaw Freedmen, and the Bible in the Public School [cover-title]. By Robert Elliott Flickinger. 8vo, gilt-lettered brown cloth; covers a bit abraded, some foxing to fore-edge; generally sound. |
Pittsburg: Presbyterian Board of Missions for Freedmen, 1914 [80/120]
FIRST EDITION of this comprehensive history of the Choctaw in Oklahoma. Blockson 2589.
|164. Neal, Joseph C.||Charcoal Sketches; or, Scenes in a Metropolis. Frontispiece and 3 plates by David Claypoole Johnston. 8vo, publisher's floral embossed cloth, printed paper spine-labels; spine faded, some foxing, generally sound.|
Philadelphia, 1838 [150/250]
FIRST EDITION of author's first book. BAL 14936.
|165. New York||Tanner, H. S. Map of New York with the Roads, Canals, Railroads, Counties, &c. Fine folding hand-colored map. 22 x 27 inches, folding into 12mo gilt-lettered cloth holder (cover detached); light browning along center crease.|
New York, 1841 [80/120]
|166. O'Brien, Tim||Northern Lights. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth-backed boards, dust jacket; light wear, cover edges faded. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY O'BRIEN.|
[New York], (1975) [100/150]
|167. Oak Tree Press||Lessing, Doris. Nobel Prize Lecture * Grass, Gunter. ditto. Together 2 volumes. Woodcut portraits. Tall 8vo, cloth-backed boards, slipcases; minimal wear. Each is NUMBER 20 OF 150 (of 176) NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.|
(Isle of Man): Oak Tree Press, 2008; 2009 [80/120]
|168. Oak Tree Press||Group of 8 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated, first 5 with additional plate SIGNED & NUMBERED BY THE ARTIST. 1 or 2 volumes, including 5 with portfolio. 4to, cloth, slipcases; minimal wear. |
(Isle of Man): ,  [400/600]
Coetzee. Life and Times of Michael K. DELUXE EDITION, NUMBER 20 OF 35 (of 350) ROMAN NUMERAL COPIES, SIGNED * Atwood. Blind Assassin. NUMBER 20 OF 35 (of 160) ROMAN NUMERAL COPIES, SIGNED * Middleton. Holiday. NUMBER 20 OF 35 (of 160) ROMAN NUMERAL COPIES, SIGNED * Hollinghurst. Line of Beauty. NUMBER 20 OF 35 (of 160) ROMAN NUMERAL COPIES, SIGNED * Gordimer. The Conservationist. NUMBER 20 OF 35 (of 350) ROMAN NUMERAL COPIES, SIGNED * Rushdie. Midnight's Children. ONE OF 150, SIGNED * Unsworth. Sacred Hunger. ONE OF 160, SIGNED * Byatt. Possession. ONE OF 160 SIGNED.
|169. Oriental Rugs||Rare Oriental Carpets. Volumes 3-4 & 8-9 * Von Lotto bis Tekke * Von Uschak bis Yarkand. Together 6 volumes. Text in English and German. Profusely illustrated. 4to, pictorial boards; spine-ends frayed, generally sound.|
Munich: Eberhart Herrmann, (1978-87) [150/250]
|170. Ovidius Naso, Publius||Metamorphoses. Engraved plates 1-2; 4-30; 32-34; 36-55, titled in Dutch and Latin. Oblong 4to, later cloth-backed boards; disbound, several closed tears, some foxing and soiling, etc. SOLD-AS-IS.|
The Netherlands?, 17th-century [200/300]
|171. Pamuk, Orhan||The White Castle * The Black Book. Together 2 volumes. 8vo, cloth, dust jackets; light wear. Each is a FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, SIGNED BY PAMUK.|
New York, (1991; 1994) [75/100]
Together with: The Naive and the Sentimental Novelist. 2010. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED * The Red-Haired Woman. 21017. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED.
|172. Panciroli, Guido||Rerum Memorabilium sive Deperditarum Pars Prior [-Posterior]. 2 volumes in 1. , 349; , 313,  pages, including engraved title-page. 4to, contemporary calf ruled in blind, gilt-lettered spine-label (chipped); joints scuffed, foxed, generally sound otherwise.|
Frankfurt: Gottlieb Tambach, -31 [200/300]
Brunet IV, page 339; Wellcome 4705.
|173. Pardoe, Julia||Lady Arabella: or The Adventures of a Doll. Illustrated by George Cruikshank. 8vo, gilt-ruled full polished brown calf by Worsfold, spine gilt in 6 compartments, gilt turn-ins, original cloth cover bound in, bookplate of Sir David Salomons; extremities flaked. (Osborne 2, 1019; Cohn 625).|
London: Kerby and Son,  [80/120]
|174. Paris Dans sa Splendeur||Monuments, Vues, Scenes Historique, Description et Histoire. Premiere Volume (only). Additional lithograph title; 47 lithograph plates. Folio, publisher's gilt-decorated morocco-backed boards, all edges gilt; shelf-worn and lacking part of the spine, some foxing. (Dauze, page 869).|
Paris, 1861 [150/250]
|175. Periodical||Fantasio. Magazine Gai. 37 miscellaneous issues. Illustrated, including color plates by Roubille, Fabiano, Barrere, Le Monnier, Wegener and others. 4to, pictorial wrappers; moderate wear, some soiling. |
Paris: Felix Juven, 1919-29 [200/300]
|176. Photographic Tobacco Cards||Actresses and Celebrities. Almost 300 photographic cards, including some duplicates. Each 3 x 1-3/4 inches; varying wear. |
NC and New York: W. Duke Sons & Co., 1890s [400/600]
Mostly Forbes and Mitchell N46.
|177. Photography||Miss. L. Warren * Charles & Lavinia Warren Stratton. Together 2 cartes-de-visite. Each 4 x 2-1/2 inches; corners slightly clipped. Second is INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY THE STRATTONS. |
Np, nd [75/100]
|178. Pliny, Caecilius Secundus||Epistolarum Libri Decem. Printer's device on title. 64,  pages. 8vo, later vellum, gilt-lettered spine-label (chipped); some ink numbering in margins, red pencil underlines throughout, varying margin stains, etc. |
Lugduni: Seb. Gryphium, 1551 [250/350]
|179. Pratt, Charles Stuart||Bye-O-Baby Ballads. Illustrations and decorations by F. Childe Hassam. 4to, cloth-backed pictorial boards, dust jacket (chipped with loss); inner front joint split, tips worn, generally sound otherwise. |
Boston: D. Lothrop, (1886) [100/150]
|180. Prayer Books||Paroissien Romain. Engraved frontispieces. 4 volumes. 12mo gilt-lettered full crushed red morocco initialed V L on covers, gilt turn-ins, gilt over marbled edges, original box (broken); light wear. |
Tours, 1868 [125/175]
|181. (Priessig, Vojtech)||Whitman. Salut au Monde! * Franklin. The Way to Wealth. Together 2 volumes. Illustrations by Preissig. Folio, vellum- or cloth-backed, second with printed paper label, covers of broken slipcases; light wear. |
New York: Random House, (1930) [200/300]
Numbers 1 & 2 of The New Fine Book Series printed in Czechoslovakia. Each is ONE OF 390 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY PREISSIG.
|182. Pushkin, Aleksandr||Le Coq D'Or et D'Autres Contes de A. S. Pouchkine. 20 color plates by B. Zworykine, decorative text borders, and illustrations. 4to, woven cloth covers, gilt-lettered spine-label (chipped), top-edge gilt; moderate wear. ONE OF 775 NUMBERED COPIES.|
Paris, (1925) [400/600]
|183. Pushkin, Aleksandr||Pesn o Veshchem Olege [Song of Oleg the Wise]. 4 color lithographed plates, decorative initials, and head- and tail-pieces by Viktor Vasnetzov. Thin folio, 6 accordion-folded leaves, printed decorated covers; moderate wear.|
[St. Petersburg]: (V Ekspeditsii Zagotovleniia Gosudarstvennykh Bumag), , Circa 1899-1907 [500/700]
Three printings between 1899 and 1907, with no means of determining which edition this copy belongs to. - Kilgour 897. ONE OF VASNETSOV'S MOST FAMOUS ILLUSTRATED WORKS, published to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Pushkin's birth.
|184. Putnam, Wallace||Moby Dick Seen Again. Illustrations by the Author. Oblong 4to, loose as issued, printed wrapper, clamshell box (worn and joints frayed); generally sound internally. |
New York, 1975 [150/250]
NUMBER 67 OF 365 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY PUTNAM.
|185. (Pyle, Howard)||Tennyson, Alfred. The Lady of Shalott. Lithographed illustrations by Pyle. Square 4to, publisher's blue-green pictorial cloth decorated in gilt and black; spine-ends & tips rubbed, scattered foxing.|
New York: Dodd, Mead,  [80/120]
|186. (Pyle, Howard)||Caxton at his Press. Engraved print by W. H. W. Bicknell after a work by Pyle. 18 x 10 inches plus margins, remarqued, glass-fronted frame; light creasing at margins. SIGNED BY PYLE & BICKNELL.|
Np, 1903 [150/250]
|187. Quaker||Some Particulars...for the Improvement and Gradual Civilization of the Indian Natives. 31 pages. 8vo, modern plain boards; generally sound internally. |
London: William Phillips, 1823 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. Sabin 86711; Smith I, page 784.
|188. (Rackham, Arthur)||Little Brother & Little Sister. By The Brothers Grimm. Illustrated, including 12 mounted color plates by Rackham. 4to, publisher's gilt lettered cloth; moderate wear, owner's name gilt on front cover.|
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, (1917) [125/175]
|189. (Rackham, Arthur)||The Fairy Tales by The Brothers Grimm. Illustrated, including 40 mounted color plates by Rackham. Thick 4to, 1/2 suede decorated in gilt and black, pictorial brown covers, decorated endpapers; inner front joint split, tips worn, generally sound otherwise.|
New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1909 [250/350]
|190. (Rackham, Arthur)||Perrault, Charles. Cendrillon. Illustrated, including mounted frontispiece by Rackham. Text in French. 4to, gilt-decorated boards, cloth slipcase provided; spine-edge frayed, small split at lower 1/3, generally sound internally. ONE OF 500 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY RACKHAM.|
Paris,  [80/120]
|191. Ramsay, David||A History of the American Revolution. Engraved portrait in volume 2. 2 volumes. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf, gilt-lettered spine-labels; shelf-worn married set, upper portions of titles clipped with 1 supplied in facsimile, foxed and browned, few ink stains, soiled, etc., etc. SOLD-AS-IS. (Howes R35).|
Lexington, KY, 1815 [150/250]
|192. Rhode Island||Warren. Lithograph view with vignettes of select buildings along top and bottom margins. 21-3/4 x 27-3/4 inches; bottom margin 2 inch tear, some flaking and creasing. (Reps 3886).|
Boston: Bailey & Co., 1890 [150/250]
|193. Richmond, James Cook||Metacomet: A Poem, of the North American Indians. First American, from the London Edition. 47 pages. 8vo, publisher's blind stamped limp cloth boards lettered in gilt; some hand-soiling, generally sound otherwise.|
New York and Providence, 1851 [80/120]
"Written during his confinement in the McLean Asylum for the Insane at Somerville, Mass." - Sabin 71136
|194. (Rinehart, F. A.)||The Face of Courage. Introduction by Royal Sutton. With over 100 sepia-toned, full page reproductions of Rinehart's Native-American portraits and views. 4to, gilt-pictorial polished calf (spine rubbed), slipcase; light wear. |
Ft. Collins: Old Army Press, (1972) [200/300]
DELUXE EDITION, ONE OF 100 COPIES SIGNED BY SUTTON, with 3 copy print portraits in cloth case.
|195. Roberts, Elizabeth J.||Indian Stories of the Southwest. Illustrations from photographs by Ben Ward. 8vo, decorated cloth, pictorial cover-label; moderate wear. FIRST EDITION. Inscribed & SIGNED BY ROBERTS.|
San Francisco: Harr Wagner Publishing Co., 1917 [75/100]
|196. Robinson, W. Heath||Bill the Minder. Illustrated by the Author, including 16 mounted color plates with lettered tissue guards. 4to, gilt-pictorial vellum, top-edge gilt, uncut, silk string-tie detached and laid in; several leaves roughly opened, including margin tears.|
London, 1912 [500/700]
ONE OF 380 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY ROBINSON.
|197. Rojan, Feodor||attb. Fine erotic watercolor on L. Bourdillon watermarked paper. 10 x 13 inches; light wear.|
Np, Circa 1930s [300/500]
Attributed to Rojan[kovsky] by Thierry Corcelle with his signed letter and photographs of signed comparative works provided.
|198. Rojan, Feodor Stephanovich||Quand la Bise Fut Venue. 6 chromolithograph plates by Rojan. Square 8vo, chromolithograph pictorial boards; title leaf detached, generally clean and sound otherwise.|
Paris: Grande Maison de Blanc, 1920s [250/350]
|199. Roosevelt, Franklin D.||Typed Letter Signed, as President, to Reverend Morris Butler Book ("Reverend and dear Sir"), requesting counsel. 1 page. 4to, White House Stationary; punch holes at left margin, tape marks at top & bottom margins.|
Washington, September 24, 1935 [300/500]
"I am particularly anxious that the new Social Security Legislation just enacted, for which we have worked so long...shall be carried out in keeping with the high purposes with which this law was enacted...I shall deem it a favor if you will write me about conditions in your community. Tell me where you feel our government can better serve our people."
|200. Rousseau, Jean-Jacques||Emile, ou de l'Education. Half-titles; 8 engraved plates by Moreau, engraved by Delvaux; 4-page publisher's catalogue at end of volume 4. 4 volumes. 12mo, contemporary mottled calf ruled in gilt, gilt-decorated spines, all edges gilt; a few spine-ends frayed, generally clean and sound otherwise. |
Londres: [Paris: Cazin], 1780-81 [300/500]
Also printed in 16mo and 8vo. Cohen-de-Ricci, pages 903-04.
|201. Russian Avant-Garde||Mandelstam, Osip. Tristia. 12mo, printed pictorial wrappers designed bym. V. Dobuzhinskii; covers a bit rubbed and hand-soiled. |
Petersburg: Petropolis and Berlin, 1922 [600/900]
SCARCE FIRST EDITION OF MENDELSTAM'S SECOND AND MOST IMPORTANT WORK. Rowell/Wye 377.
|202. Sanborn, John W.||Day-yu-da-gont. A Poem...Seneca Indian Legends. Title in red and black. 22 pages. Small 4to, string-tied blue-lettered wrappers (frayed); generally clean and sound. |
Friendship, NY, 1911 [75/100]
Second edition. Inscribed to Miss Winifred Ingalls and SIGNED BY SANBORN, "Indian Chief of Wolf Clan. Seneca Tribe N.Y. State Indians)."
|203. Santee Sioux Indians||Welsh, William, et al. Taopi and His Friends or Indians' Wrongs and rights. Frontispiece. 12mo, publisher's gilt-lettered brown cloth; moderate wear. FIRST EDITION. |
Philadelphia, 1869 [75/100]
|204. Saphire, Lawrence||Fernand Leger. The Complete Graphic Work. Illustrated. 4to, cloth, dust jacket; light wear.|
New York, (1978) [80/120]
ONE OF 1750 NUMBERED COPIES with additions and corrections.
|205. Schoolcraft, Henry R.||Narrative of an Expedition Through the Upper Mississippi to Itasca Lake...in 1832. 5 maps (2 folding). 8vo, modern gilt-lettered calf-backed boards; some foxing.|
New York, 1834 [200/300]
"On this trip was discovered what later proved to be the real source of the Mississippi." -Howes S187.
|206. Schoolcraft, Henry R.||Algic Researches, comprising Inquiries Respecting the Mental Characteristics of the North American Indians. First Series [all publ.]. 2 volumes bound in 1. 8vo, modern cloth-backed boards, printed paper spine-label; foxed.|
New York, 1939 [100/150]
FIRST EDITION. "The term Algic was invented by Mr. Schoolcraaft to indicate the Algonquin race." - Field 1368; Howes S180.
|207. Schoolcraft, Henry R.||Report of Mr. Schoolcraft, to the Secretary of State, transmitting the census returns in relation to the Indians. Census of the Iroquois. 285, vii, pages. 8vo, gilt-lettered leather-backed boards; joints flaked, some foxing. |
[Albany, 1846] [100/150]
FIRST EDITION. "This is the most valuable of Mr. Schoolcraft's works, having been executed after personal examination in an official capacity of all the tribes inhabiting New York." - Field 1371; Howes S191.
|208. Seidel, Herbert||Group of 3 linoleum or woodcuts, as listed below. Various sizes, each matted, in glass-fronted frames; first mat foxed, generally sound otherwise. Each is titled and SIGNED BY SEIDEL.|
Np, 20th-century [100/150]
Einzug in Jerusalem * David Singt vor Saul * Auferstchung (Holzschnitt).
|209. Sendak, Maurice||Opie, Iona & Peter. I Saw Esau. Illustrations by Sendak. 8vo, boards, pictorial cover-label, slipcase, original publisher's paper wrapper; light wear. ONE OF 350 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY IONA OPIE & SENDAK.|
Cambridge, MA, (1992) [80/120]
|210. (Sendak, Maurice)||Krauss, Ruth. A Hole is To Dig. Illustrations by Sendak. Square 12mo, pictorial boards, dust jacket (several chips along spine); moderate wear. |
New York, (1952) [100/150]
FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, with no "Grr-r-r" on page , Hanrahan A4.
|211. (Sendak, Maurice)||Group of 4 volumes, as listed below. Illustrations by Sendak. Oblong 4to or smaller, First 2 wrappers, rest cloth with dust jacket; light wear. Each is a FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY SENDAK. |
Vp, vd [100/150]
D'Aulnoy. Fortunia. Translated by Richard Schaubeck. (1974). ONE OF 326, SIGNED BY SENDAK & SCHAUBECK * Ten Little Rabbits. (1970) * We are All in the Dumps. (1993) * Stockton. The Bee-Man of Orn. (1964).
|212. Sloan, John||Girls Running. Etched print. Image 3-1/2 x 2-1/4 inches, overal 11-1/4 x 9-3/4 inches; tack holes around margins, image sunned.|
Np, Before 1914 [150/250]
ONE OF 100, SIGNED BY SLOAN. "Published" State. Morse 168.2.
|213. Soviet Propaganda||USSR in Construction. Numbers 1-12 for 1932, bound in 1 volume. Profusely illustrated. Folio, cloth, original wrappers bound-in; generally clean and sound. |
(Moscow, 1932) [800/1200]
FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. Designed by El Lissitzky and "the best Soviet photojournalists and graphic designers." - Parr/Badger 1, page 148-49.
|214. Spielmann, Jacob Reinbold||Institutiones Materiae Medicae. , 656,  pages, including errata. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt in 6 compartments; moderate wear, bookplate removed from front pastedown. |
Argentorati: Bauer, 1774 [300/400]
FIRST EDITION. Wellcome V, page 159; Blake, page 428.
|215. Stone, Arthur L.||Following Old Trails. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered red cloth; moderate wear, later bookplate. |
Missoula: Morton John Elrod, 1913 [75/100]
FIRST EDITION. "Little known information on men and events in Montana." - Howes S1027; Graff 3995; Adams, Six-Guns 2145.
|216. Thackeray, William Makepeace||The Virginians. Illustrations by the Author. 2 volumes. 8vo, fine full polished calf, spine gilt in 6 compartments with morocco labels; lightly rubbed, minor foxing and browning, etc., ad-leaf detached at end of volume I, clean and fresh internally. FIRST EDITION.|
London, 1858-59 [200/300]
|217. The Masses||Max Eastman, editor. Volume IV, numbers 20-31. Illustrated, including lithograph covers. 4to, gilt-lettered cloth (worn); partially disbound, a few leaf margins frayed.|
New York, 1913 [100/150]
The Masses "...is generally credited with being the fountainhead of the proletarian literary revolution of the thirties, although it functioned only between 1912 and 1917 under the direction of its two great editors, Dell and Eastman." - Tebbel, American Magazine, pages 215-16.
|218. Thomas A Kempis,||Saint. De Imitatione Christi. Libri Quatuor. Engraved vignette on title. 479,  pages, including final blank. 16mo, contemporary gilt-lettered calf, all edges gilt, gilt turn-ins; front joint split, contemporary manuscript notes on front free endpaper, generally sound otherwise. (De Backer 304) |
Paris: Frederici Leonard, 1697 [75/100]
|219. Tobacco Card Album||Governors Coats of Arms and States. 15 chromolithograph leaves depicting cigarette cards. Oblong 8vo, pictorial covers; cover corners chipped, generally sound otherwise. (Fobes & Mitchell N133).|
Durham, NC & New York: W. Duke Sons & Co., 1888 [75/100]
|220. Tobacco Cards||Collection of over 350 cards depicting military uniforms. Each 1-1/2 x 2-3/4 inches; varying wear, adhesions on some versos. |
New York: Kinney Tobacco Co., 1890s [250/350]
"The uniforms accurately depict military clothing of the 1880s." - Forbes & Mitchell N224.
|221. Tobacco Cards||Complete set of 50 cards depicting women in fancy clothing holding instruments. Each 2-3/4 x 1-1/2 inches; varying wear, adhesions on some versos. (Forbes & Mitchell N82). |
NC & New York: W. Duke Sons & Co., Circa 1888 [100/150]
|222. Tobacco Cards||Group of 19 (of 50) cards depicting actress portraits within flowered borders. Each 2-1/2 x 4-1/4 inches; varying wear, adhesions on some versos. (Forbes & Mitchell N106).|
NC and New York: W. Duke, Sons & Co., Circa 1888 [80/120]
|223. Tobacco Cards||Group of 21 cards, as listed below. Various sizes; varying wear, adhesions on some versos. |
Vp, 1890-1900s [80/120]
15 color cards, mostly from a Duke or Gintner's series, including Holidays, Parasol Drill, etc. Each 2-3/4 x 1-1/2 inches * 6 color Honest Long Cut card series, including Cowboys Scenes, Comic Characters, Sea Captains, Chauncey M. Depew, etc. Each 4-1/4 x 2-1/2 inches. Together with: Burdick. The American Card Catalog (in wrappers). 1956.
|224. Tooker, William Wallace||John Eliot's First Indian Teacher and Interpreter Cockenoe-De-Long-Island and the Story of His Career from the Early Records. 2 plates. 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth, uncut; moderate wear, John Lyon Gardiner's bookplate. |
New York, 1896 [80/120]
ONE OF 215 NUMBERED COPIES, inscribed to Gardiner and SIGNED by "The Author."
|225. Trade Catalogue||Mead Ranger Cicycles. Illustrated, including color plates. 4to, pictorial wrappers; moderate wear. |
Chicago, 1925 [80/120]
|226. Truman, Harry S.||Typed Letter Signed, to Mr. Robert Crow, congratulating Dr. Boyden for serving sixty years at the Deerfield Academy. 1 page. 4to, Independence Missouri letterhead; light wear.|
Missouri, January 26, 1962 [80/120]
|227. Turgenev, Ivan||Zapiski Okhotnika. [Sportsman's Sketches]. 2 volumes. 8vo, contemporary calf-backed boards; shelf-worn, volume 1 joints split, paper acidified, volume 1 title and front free endpaper detached and chipped.|
Leipzig: Wolfgang Gerhard, 1876 [150/250]
First published in Moscow in 1852. - Kilgour 1220.
|228. Vertot, L'Abbe De||The History of the Knights Hospitallers. . . at present the Knights of Malta.,. 3 volumes. 8vo, 3/4 black morocco, spines gilt in 6 compartments; lightly rubbed, some foxing, etc.|
Dublin: J. Christie, 1818 [100/150]
FIRST IRISH EDITION, with the list of "Patrons of the Productions of the Irish Press."
|229. Von Gloeden, Wilhelm||Black and white photograph of partially clothed young male and female with cactus and Mt. Etna in background. 11-1/4 x 15-1/4 inches on Leonar stamped photographic paper; a few chips and creases at margins, some browning in skyline. |
Germany, Not after 1960 [75/100]
|230. Von Gloeden, Wilhelm||Elegie. Large photogravure of a male nude looking out over the ocean. Image size 9 x 12-1/2, overall 10-1/4 x 13 inch plate on a 14 x 17-1/2 inch mount (stained at corners); light stain affecting corners of image, name and description in marker at lower margin. |
Np, Circa 1900 [100/150]
|231. Walpole, Horace||[Sale Catalogue]. Strawberry Hill, the Renowned Seat of Horace Walpole. Mr. George Robins is honoured by having been selected...to sell by Public Competition, the Valuable Contents of Strawberry Hill...1842 [with] list of buyers and prices realized. 2 parts in 1 volume. Mounted India-proof lithographed frontispiece portrait; wood-engraved additional title. 4to, gilt-lettered leather-backed boards; rear cover detached, frontis margin stained, generally sound otherwise.|
Np, 1842 [150/250]
|232. Washburn, Rev. Cephas||Reminiscences of the Indians. 236 pages. 8vo, contemporary gilt-lettered cloth; moderate wear, scattered foxing, later bookplate.|
Richmond, VA, 1869 [100/150]
FIRST EDITION. "An important work. Washburn penetrated into the Arkansas Country in 1819, and spent upward of 20 years among the Indian tribes of the region." - Eberstadt 107: 389; Howes W127; Graff 4550; Field 1622; Rader 3588
|233. Wegenroth, Stow||Little Friends. Fine lithograph print. 9-7/16 x 14-7/8 inches plus margins, neatly matted, in glass-fronted frame. ONE OF 75, SIGNED BY WEGENROTH. (Stuckey 342).|
[New York, 1972] [100/150]
|234. Wegman, William||The Lewis and Clark Fishing and Cooking Expedition. Title-page and 14 etchings by Wegman (7 with collage). Folio, loose as issued, patterned cloth-bound clamshell box by the Jovonis Bookbindery with inset paper cover-label; minimal wear.|
(New York: Evans Editions, 1994) [2500/35000]
PRESENTATION COPY (of 55) TO THE JOVONIS BINDERY with each etching inscribed by WEGMAN.
|235. Welsh, William||, et al. Taopi and His Friends or Indians' Wrongs and rights. Frontispiece. 12mo, publisher's gilt-lettered brown cloth; inner front joint split, generally clean and sound otherwise. FIRST EDITION. |
Philadelphia, 1869 [75/100]
|236. Wildhack, Robert J.||Scribner's For March. 1907. Color lithograph poster. 22 x 15 inches, linen-backed; conserved top and bottom margins, several closed tears along margins, repaired pin holes, etc.|
Np, 1907 [300/500]
|237. Young, Calvin||Little Turtle (Me-She-Kin-No-Quah). The Great Chief of the Miami Indian Nation. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth; spine-ends frayed, covers hand-soiled, generally sound. FIRST EDITION. |
(Greenville, OH): Privately Printed, 1917 [80/120]