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264. Eisen, Gustav (1847-1940), The Great Chalice of Antioch, New York: Kouchakji Freres, 1923, in two volumes, numbered four of 1000 copies, half morocco, folio, (ex-library collection, minor wear). $300-400 265. Eisen, Gustav (1847-1940), Portraits of Washington, New York: Robert Hamilton & Associates, 1932, numbered 155 of 300 and signed by the author, in three volumes, half green morocco and gilt embossed cloth, 4to, (good, ex-library collection). $250-300 266. Eliot, Thomas Stearns (1888-1965), Ash Wednesday, New York and London, 1930, first edition, numbered 259 of edition of 600, and signed on numbered endsheet, gilt embossed cloth, (lacking dust jacket, minor soiling, writing to front endpaper). $500-700 267. Eliot, Thomas Stearns (1888-1965), Two titles in one volume, The Dry Salvages and East Coker, London: Faber and Faber, [1940] and 1941, moiré cloth, (name to front endsheet, spine and top edge of front cover with fading). $75-100

268. (Ely, Alfred, 1815-1892, New York Congressman, His Copy), Watts, Isaac (1674-1748), A Guide to Prayer, London: Third Edition Corrected, 1722, inscribed on flyleaf and title page, calf, 12mo, (re-backed, trimmed, soiling). $200-300

269. (Emblematic), [Spinniker, Adriann (1676-1754)], Leerzaame Zinnebeelden Berymd Door Adriaan Spinniker. Tweede Druk., and Vervolg Der Leerzaame Zinnebeelden, Spiegel der Boetvaardigheid en Genade...door Adriaan Spinniker, Haarlem: Jan Bosch, 1757-58, two parts in one volume, contemporary vellum, with eighty engraved emblems by Vincent van de Vinne in text and with four additional plates by J.C. Philips in text, 4to, (last few leaves loose, soiling to covers, minor spotting). $1,200-1,800

270. Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-1882), Essays: Second Series, Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1844, Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1844, embossed cloth, 8vo, (foxing, bumped, chipped, discoloration). $150-200


271. (English Art and Literature), Two titles, Wordsworth, William (1770-1850), Peter Bell, a Tale in Verse, London: 1819, William Michael Rossetti’s copy, inscribed on endsheet, wraps, 8vo, (cover replaced); and Swinburne, Algernon C. Swinburne, Proclusions or Select Pieces Antient Poetry, London: 1760, first edition, association copy, with thirty-three line verse in Swinburne’s hand; with manuscript of the first twenty-five lines of After Sunset (one of the sonnets in The Poems), two pages. $600-800 272. (English Authors, Their Copies), Three titles, Lamb, Charles (1775-1834), his copy, Owen, William (d. 1793), Owen’s Book of Fairs: being and authentic account of all the fairs in England and Wales, London: for Owen and Goadby, 1778, old boards and slipcase, 12mo; Southey, Robert (17741843), his copies, Jacopo Uziel, David: Poema heroico, Venice: Barezzo Barozii, 1624, old morocco, inscribed by Southey on title, 8vo; Croft, Herbert (1603-1691), The Legacy of...Herbert Lord Bishop of Hereford: to his diocess, London: Charles Harper, 1679, inscribed by Southey, 4to. $600-800 273. (English Country Seats), Angus, William (1752-1821), Seats of the Nobility and Gentry in Great Britain and Wales In a Collection of Select Views engraved by W. Angus, London: Cary, [1787], old calf, with engraved title and forty-eight plates, oblong folio, (covers loose, spotting and dampstaining). $250-350 274. (Equestrian), Thompson, Charles, Rules for Bad Horsemen, London, 1775, fourth edition, later gilt tooled half red morocco, 8vo, (front board off, frontis page loose, irregular toning to pages). $300-500 275. (European Culture), Three titles, Smith, F. Hopkinson, Venice of Today, New York: Henry Thomas, 1905, ten parts, loose as issued, in cloth folio; another copy, printed by Himebaugh & Browne, New York, [c.1905], plates only; Lose, Federigo, The Terra-cotta Architecture of North Italy, London: John Murray, 1867, cloth, with forty-eight plates (thirty-two in color), folio; Fulop-Miller, Rene & Gregor, Joseph, The Russian Theatre its Character and History, Philadelphia: Lippincott, [1930], original cloth, one of 350, folio, (library markings). $400-600 276. (Europe, Landscape and Architecture), Two titles, Monumentos Arquitectonicos de Espana: Toledo, Madrid, 1905, volume one only, silver and gold embossed pictorial cloth, folio; and Picturesque Europe: A Delineation by Pen and Pencil, New York: D. Appleton and Company, [1878], volume two only, gilt embossed morocco, folio, (ex-library collection, both bumped and chipped, spine wear, scattered foxing and soiling). $175-200


277. (European Travel), Four titles, Taylor, Bayard, Views A-Foot: or Europe Seen with Knapsack and Staff, New York, 1854, (cloth very worn); Smith, Albert, The Story of Mont Blanc, New York, 1853; Pfeiffer, Ida, A Visit to Iceland and the Scandinavian North, London, 1852; and Norway and its Scenery, London, 1853, (all 8vo, cloth, starting, chipped, extremity wear). $400-600 278. (Europe, World War I), Two titles, Raemaekers, Louis (1869-1956), The Great War: A Neutral’s Indictment, London: The Fine Art Society, Ltd., 1916, Edition Deluxe of 1000 trade copies, with 100 cartoons, and The Great War in 1916: A Neutral’s Indictment, London: The Fine Art Society, Ltd., 1917, with sixty cartoons, both half cloth, folio, (exlibrary collection, starting, extremities worn). $200-300 279. (Exotic Travel), Two titles, signed, Thomas, Lowell, The Sea Devil’s Fo’c’sle, Garden City: Garden City Publishing Company, 1929, signed August 1939 on flyleaf, (top edge of rear cover bent); and Roosevelt, Mrs. Theodore (Martha), et al., Cleared for Strange Ports, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1927, signed October 14, 1935, on flyleaf, both gilt pictorial cloth with dust jacket, 8vo, (wear to dust jacket). $175-200 280. Ferraris, Lucius, Prompta Bibliotheca Canonica, Juridica, Moralis, Theologica..., Madrid, 1795, ten parts in five volumes, full tree calf, 4to, (bumped, chipped, some surface wear to calf). $300-500 281. Field, Eugene (1850-1895), A Little Book of Profitable Tales, New York: Scribner’s Sons, 1891, signed July 24, 1893, on flyleaf, cloth, 8vo, (chipped, bumped, somewhat loose). $100-150 282. (Fine Art), Engravings on Wood, New York: Harper and Brothers, 1887, half cloth, folio, (ex-library collection, starting, bumped and chipped). $250-350 283. (Fine Art Illustration), Verve: An Artistic and Literary Quarterly, two issues, Paris: December 1937 and Spring 1938, directed by E. Teriade, first with lithographs by F. Leger, Joan Miro, Rattner, Bores, and with cover by Matisse; second with cover by G. Braque, lithographs by Masson and Kandinsky, each with pictorial box, folio, (some splits to boxes, very good overall). $300-500 284. (Fine Press), Charles Dickens and Maria Beadnell, Private Correspondence, Boston: The Bibliophile Society, 1908, one of 493 copies, half vellum, 8vo, (foxing, soiling). $200-300



285. (Fine Press), Three titles, The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke, London, The Chiswick Press, 1919, numbered 641 of 1000 copies, frontispiece and title page with woodcuts by G. Raverat, half cloth, 8vo, (bumped, toned); Wolfe, Humbert (1886-1940), The Silver Cat, and Other Poems, New York, The Bowling Green Press, 1928, boards with paper wrap, 4to, (good, minor tears to wrap); The Poetry Quartos, New York, Random House, 1929, one of 475, designed by Paul Johnston, in twelve folio parts with paper wrap and slipcase, (slipcase with tears, toning). $150-250 286. (Fine Press), Two titles, The Legend of Ermengarde by the Troubadour, Paris: Edward Titus/Black Minikin, 1929, original wraps, one of 250, (good); Bacon, Sir Nicholas, The Recreations of his Age, Oxford: Daniel, 1903 (issued 1919), original wraps, 8vo, (very good). $300-400 287. Finney, Charles Grandison (b. 1905), The Circus of Dr. Lao, two copies, New York: The Viking Press, 1936, illustrations by Boris Artzybasheff, red cloth with cover and spine paste downs, 8vo, (one with worn, torn, and repaired dust jacket, soiling; the other copy lacking jacket, toning). $150-250 288. (Fine Press), Shelley, Percy Bysshe (1792-1822), Note Books of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Boston: The Bibliophile Society, 1911, edition of 465, in three volumes, quarter vellum, 8vo, (foxing, bumped). $300-500

289. (Fly Fishing), Schmookler, Paul, The Salmon Flies of Major John Popkin Traherne, Millis, Massachusetts: The Complete Sportsman, 1993, gilt quarter morocco, one of 300, signed and inscribed, 8vo, with slipcase, (very good to excellent). $400-600

290. Forbes, Abner, and Greene, J. W., The Rich Men of Massachusetts, Boston: Fetridge and Company, 1852, second edition, with later Zaehnsdorf half green calf binding, 8vo, (bumped, spine faded and chipped, original wrap covers bound in). $300-400

291. (Fore-edge Painting), Baskerville imprint, The Book of Common Prayer, Cambridge: John Baskerville, 1760, gilttooled and lettered red crushed morocco, with a painting of Hereford Cathedral on fore-edge, thickness 1 1/2 in., 8vo, (hinges weak, minor edge chipping). $3,000-5,000

292. (Fore-Edge Painting of a Whaling Scene), The Poetical Works of Henry Kirke White, London: William Pickering, 1830, gilt-tooled and lettered full crushed green morocco, depicting a whale attacking a harpoon boat, small 8vo, (very good overall). $700-900


293. (Fore-Edge Paintings), Three paintings, P. Ovidii Nasonis, Operum, Amsterdam, 1702, three volumes, gilt lined full crushed red morocco, painted with scenes from Edinburgh, Scotland, comprising The West Bow; House of John Knox, High Street; and The Canongate, 8vo, thickness 1 1/2 to 1 7/8 in., (some weakness in hinges, rubbing, good overall). $1,200-1,800

294. Fraser, Claud Lovat (1890-1921), Characters from Dickens, London: J.C. and E.C. Jack Ltd., numbered 75 of 350 copies, boards, (ex-library collection, loose, spine repaired, lacking one plate). $75-100

295. Freeman, Douglas Southall (1886-1953), Signed copy, Lee’s Lieutenants: A Study in Command, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1942, volume I only, first edition, original gilt lettered black cloth, signed on flyleaf, 8vo, (minor chipping). $200-300

296. (French Literature and Social History), Two titles in five volumes, Segur, Alexandre Joseph Pierre, Vicomte de (17561805), Les Femmes, Leur Condition et Leur Influence dans L’Ordre Social..., Paris, 1803, in three volumes, tooled calf, 8vo, (minor bumping and soiling); Beyle, Marie Henri (“Stendhal’’) (1783-1842), La Chartreuse de Parme, Paris, 1883, in two volumes, numbered 262 of 350, three-quarter morocco, (minor bumping). $100-150

297. (French Revolution), Gazette of the United States, newspaper, dated September 16, 1789, detailing the first news of the storming of the Bastille and sketchy accounts of the battle, framed. $300-400

298. Froissart, Jean (1333?-1400?), Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the Adjoining Countries, London: Henry G. Bohn, 1855, in two volumes, in crushed red gilt tooled morocco binding by J. Wright, with numerous hand-colored and gilded plates, 8vo, (hinges starting, volume I with endpaper loose, minor wear). $800-1,200

299. Frost, Robert (1874-1963), West-Running Brook, New York: Henry Holt and Company, [1928], half cloth with pictorial boards, one of 1000, signed by the author and illustrated by four woodcuts signed by J.J. Lankes, 8vo, (very good, rubbed). $400-600


300. Frost, Robert (1874-1963), Collected Poems, New York: Henry Holt and Company, [1930], second printing, signed to title page with inscription “We have ideas yet that we haven’t tried,” brown gilt embossed cloth with dust jacket, 8vo, (good, minor tears to dust jacket). $700-900 301. Frost, Robert (1874-1963), Three signed Christmas greetings, first, To A Young Wretch, New York: The Spiral Press, 1937, signed and inscribed to Robert Born, original wraps; second, Closed for Good, New York: The Spiral Press, 1948, original wraps, signed and inscribed to Earle; third, Holiday Greetings from Robert Frost, New York: The Spiral Press, 1949, inscribed for Russell Alberts, (very good). $600-800 302. Frost, Robert (1874-1963), The Complete Poems of Robert Frost: with a Preface by the Author...and Wood Engravings by Thomas W. Nason, New York: Limited Editions Club, 1950, two volumes, cloth with slipcase, signed by Frost, Nason, and Bruce Rogers, 4to, (minor losses). $600-900 303. Frost, Robert (1874-1963), Inscribed copy, Collected Poems, New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1930, first trade edition, signed on title page Amherst, 1930, gilt embossed cloth, 8vo, (leaning). $200-300 304. Frost, Robert (1874-1963), A Further Range, New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1936, signed and numbered 150 of 803 copies, cloth, (good, lacking dust jacket). $300-500 305. Frost, Robert (1874-1963), A Masque of Reason, New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1945, first edition, cloth, with dust jacket, 8vo, (minor wear to dust jacket, price clipped, scattered foxing, soiling to cloth). $150-200 306. Frost, Robert (1874-1963), New Hampshire, New York: Henry Holt & Company, 1923, first trade edition, half cloth, (no dust jacket). $150-200 307. (Garden Design, Europe), Two titles in three volumes, Triggs, Henry Inigo (1876-1923), Formal Garden in England and Scotland, Two copies, London: B.T. Batsford, 1902, one three-quarter morocco (partially disbound), the other Subscriber’s Copy, boards, loose as issued, (minor wear to folio); and The Art of Garden Design in Italy, New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1906, gilt embossed cloth, all folio, (starting, lacking spine), (ex-library collection). $100-150

308. (Garden Design, Italy), Triggs, Henry Inigo (1876-1923), The Art of Garden Design in Italy, New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1906, gilt embossed cloth, folio, (ex-library collection, foxing). $100-150 309. (Gems), Jeffries, David, A Treatise on Diamonds and Pearls...Plain Rules are exhibited for Ascertaining the Value of both..., London: C. and J. Ackers, 1751, second edition, later quarter morocco, with thirty plates, 8vo, (ex-library copy, pinholing to title page, very minor spotting). $400-500 310. Gibson, Charles Dana (1867-1944), Ten titles, one signed, The Education of Mr. Pipp, 1899, signed on the half title; Pictures of People, New York: 1906; London, New York: 1907; Sketches and Cartoons, New York: 1900; Our Neighbors, New York: 1905; A Widow and Her Friends, 1901; The Social Ladder, 1902; Everyday People, 1904; Americans, 1900; Drawings, 1894, all New York, cloth, oblong folio, (ex-library collection, partially/fully disbound, chipping). $700-900 311. Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (1749-1832), Reineke Fuchs, Stuttgart and Tubingen: 1846, First Issue, with numerous plates, including plate at page forty-two, threequarter morocco, 4to, (starting, endsheets detached and chipped, scattered foxing and dampstaining, bumped and chipped). $600-800 312. Goldsmith, Oliver (1728-1774), An History of the Earth and Animated Nature, Philadelphia, 1795, volume one only, modern sueded morocco binding, 8vo, (contents page bound at rear, soiling, minor chipping to pages). $300-500 313. Goodhue, Bertram Grosvenor (1869-1924), A Book of Architectural and Decorative Drawings, New York: The Architectural Book Publishing Company, 1924, second printing, three-quarter cloth, folio, (ex-library collection, starting, minor chipping and bumping). $150-200 314. Goudeau, Emile, Paris Qui Consomme, Paris: Henri Beraldi, 1893, gilt three-quarter crushed green morocco with original wraps bound in, one of 138, with illustrations by Pierre Vidal, 4to, (very good). $100-150 315. (Grabhorn Press), The Scarlet Letter, New York: Edwin and Robert Grabhorn for Random House, 1928, half calf, with illustrations Valenti Angelo, 8vo, (hinges weak). $150-200


316. (Greenaway, Kate), Spielmann, M.H. & Layard, G.S., Kate Greenaway, London: Adam and Charles Black, 1905, Edition De Luxe, gilt stamped cloth, one of 500, signed by John Greenaway and with a pencil drawing by Kate Greenaway inset into the flyleaf, 4to, (some worming, hinges weak, minor soiling). $1,000-1,500 317. Grey, Zane (1875-1939), Riders of the Purple Sage, New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1912, first edition, tan and black embossed cloth with pictorial paste down to front cover, 8vo, (chipped, bumped, toned). $200-400 318. Hakewill, James (1778-1843), A Picturesque Tour of Italy, London: John Murray, 1820, with numerous engravings, half calf, 4to, (ex-library collection, extremities worn, soiling and foxing). $500-700



319. Hales, John Groves, A Survey of Boston and Its Vicinity, Boston: Ezra Lincoln, 1821, boards, 8vo, (folding map repaired, foxing, extremities worn). $200-300 320. Hawthorne, Nathaniel (1804-1864), The Gentle Boy: A Thrice Told Tale, Boston: Weeks, Jordan & Co., 1839, unbound, with an illustration by J. Andrews, oblong 4to, (chipping, some spotting to illustration and minor browning). $300-500 321. Hawthorne, Nathaniel (1804-1864), The Scarlet Letter, A Romance, Boston: Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1850, first edition, first issue, original blind stamped and gilt lettered brown cloth, with four pages of advertisements dated March 1, 1850, and the misprint “reduplicate” for “repudiate” at line 20 page 21, no preface, 8vo, with slipcase (spine chipped, hinges cracked, corners chipped) $1,200-1,500



322. Hawthorne, Nathaniel (1804-1864), The House of The Seven Gables, a Romance., Boston: Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1851, first edition, first issue, original stamped brown cloth, with four pages of ads, dated November 1850, following issue points for pages 50, 278, and 341, 8vo, with slipcase, (spine head and foot with fraying, some slight weakness inner hinges). BAL 7604. $400-600

323. (Heintzelman, Arthur William/Guiot, Marcel), Arthur Wm. Heintzelman Aquafortiste, Paris: Marcel Guiot, 1928, numbered 212 of 325, wraps, folio, (ex-library collection). $100-150

324. Hemingway, Ernest (1899-1961), Signed copy, The Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1955, original gilt blue cloth with dust wrapper, inscribed on flyleaf “To Pat and Harvey with all good wishes, Hem,” 8vo, (some chipping to jacket, minor spotting). Note: Harvey and Pat referred to are likely Harvey and Pat Breit. Harvey Breit was a reviewer for the New York Times Book Review from 1940-65. In addition to his reviews, he was a poet and playwright and wrote articles and reviews for Poetry magazine. $3,000-5,000 325. Henry, Alexander (1739-1824), Travels & Adventures in Canada and the Indian Territories, Boston: Little, Brown, & Company, 1901, numbered 475 in edition of 700, cloth, 8vo, (starting, bumped, soiling). $200-300 326. Hersey, John, Hiroshima, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1946, first edition in book form, cloth, with dust jacket, 8vo, (dust jacket with fading to spine). $100-150 327. Hogarth, William (1697-1764), The Works of William Hogarth, London: Jones and Co., 1833, embossed red morocco, 4to, (one spine loose, starting, minor fading). $150-250 328. Holbein, Hans (1497-1543), The Dance of Death, London: B. McMillan, 1816, engraved by Wenceslaus Hollar, with two portraits and thirty-one plates, later gilt tooled crushed red morocco, 8vo, (lacking front endpaper, extremity wear). $200-300 329. Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1809-1894), Presentation copy, Soundings from the Atlantic, Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1864 [1863], first edition, cloth, 12mo, (good, spine faded). $500-700 330. Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1809-1894), Signed copy, Humorous Poems, Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1865, signed in pencil on title page, wraps as issued, 8vo, (front wrap off but present, corner wear, foxing). $300-500 331. Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1809-1894), Signed copy, A Mortal Antipathy, Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1885, signed in flyleaf, gilt embossed cloth, 8vo, (minor extremity wear). $250-350

332. Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1809-1894), Signed copy, Elsie Venner: A Romance of Destiny, Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, [1889], inscribed on flyleaf, gilt embossed cloth, 8vo, (ex-library collection, minor edge wear). $250-300 333. Homer, Works in Greek and Latin, Strasbourg: Theodosius Rihel, [1572], with 17th century armorial gilt tooled calf binding, 8vo, (armorial book plate, minor bumping, crack to hinge, toned, gutters tight). $800-1,200 334. Hoover, Herbert (1874-1964), The Challenge to Liberty, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1934, signed on endsheet, gilt embossed cloth with dust jacket, 8vo, (ex-library collection, minor bumping and wear). $100-150 335. Hoover, Herbert (1874-1964), Presentation copy, America’s First Crusade, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1942, inscribed on endsheet, cloth, 8vo, (good); sold with a typed letter signed by Mrs. Herbert Hoover, dated February 10, 1942. $300-400 336. Horace (65-8 B.C.), Works, Paris: D. Iacobum, 1545, gilt tooled red morocco, small 8vo, with provenance notation to Duke of Roxborough’s sale, 1812 to endpapers, (toning, extremity wear, bookplates). $300-400 337. Horace (65-8 B.C.), Works, Cambridge, 1711, translated by Bentley, Richard (1662-1742), in gilt tooled full red morocco, 4to, (bumped, chipped, hinged strengthened). $500-700 338. (Hudson River Valley), Brown, Henry Collins, The Lordly Hudson, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, [1937], original cloth, one of 874, signed by author, with photographic illustrations, folio, (very good). $100-150 339. (Hunt, Leigh, 1784-1859), Three titles, A Legend of Florence, London: Edward Moxon, 1840, presentation copy, wraps, 8vo, (starting); Tasso, Torquato, Tasso’s Jerusalem Delivered: or Godfrey of Bulloign, London, 1749, Hunt’s copy, signed on title page, with notations throughout, three-quarter morocco, slipcased, 8vo, (minor extremity wear, scattered foxing); The Amulet: A Christian and Literary Remembrancer, London, 1834, with contribution by Hunt, morocco, 12mo, (starting, extremity wear); sold together with Hazlitt, William (1778-1830), The Plain Speaker, London, 1826, in two volumes, half cloth, 8vo, (starting, scattered foxing). $600-800



340. (Illuminated Manuscript Leaves), Two polychrome decorated and part gilded leaves, now mounted as a binding, cover with illuminated square depicting a mandolin player in a gilded surround, with foliate scrolls in borders, 14 by 9 3/4 in. $400-600 341. (Illuminated Manuscript Leaves), Three illuminated leaves, likely from a Psalter, 15th/16th century, two joined leaves and another, first with gilded vines in margins and polychrome initials with gilding; second with similar illumination to text and with foliate scrolls in margins, 6 3/8 by 4 3/4 in. $250-300 342. (Illustrators), Two titles, Caldecott, Randolph (1846-1886), Last “Graphic” Pictures, London: George Routledge & Sons, 1888, boards, oblong 4to, (extremity wear), and Legrand, Edy, Macao et Cosmage, Paris: [1919], boards, folio, (hinged repaired, extremity wear), (both ex-library collection). $175-200 343. (Illustrators), Three titles, Irving, Washington, Rip Van Winkle, London: William Heinemann, 1909, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, gilt pictorial cloth, (one loose plate); Ibsen, Henrik, Peer Gynt, Garden City, 1929, illustrated by Elizabeth MacKinstry, half cloth, (sun fading, wear); and Legrand, Edy, Macao et Cosmage, Paris, [1919], boards, (hinges strengthened, wear), (all ex-library collection). $300-350


344. (Illustrators), Two titles, Kipling, Rudyard, Collected Verse, New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1910, illustrated by W. Heath Robinson, with nine chromolithograph plates, half morocco, 8vo, (bumped, starting, a few loose pages); and Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories by the Brothers Grimm, New York: George H. Doran Company, [1927], illustrated by Kay Nielsen, with ten chromolithograph plates, cloth, (partially disbound, lacking endpapers, soiled). $200-300 345. (Illustrators), Two titles, Kent, Rockwell (1882-1971), This is My Own, New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1940, first edition, inscribed on half title Nov. 24, 1940, pictorial cloth, with dust jacket, 8vo, (minor wear to dust jacket); and Dorey, Jacques, Three and the Moon, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1929, illustrated by Artzybasheff, Boris, pictorial cloth, oblong 8vo, (ex-library collection). $275-300 346. (Incunabula), Paulus de Castro [fl. 1440], Consilia et Allegationes, Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1485, third edition, contemporary limp vellum, double column with seventy lines per, types 9:165G, 7:92(83)G (text), initials in red or blue, paragraph marks in blue and red and capital strokes in red with occasional yellow body color, with 286 of 294 leaves, folio, (lacking preliminaries, hinged cracked, lacking closures, approx. first twenty leaves with minor chewing and water staining to lower margin). Hain-Copinger 4641; British Museum XV Cent., vol. 2, p. 428; Stillwell P145; Goff P-166. $1,500-2,000

347. (Indian Folk Tales), The Ocean of Story being C.H. Tawney’s Translation of Somadeva’s Katha Sarit Sagara (or Ocean of Streams of Story), London: privately printed by Chas. J. Sawyer, 1924-28, ten volumes, later cloth, Kashmiri edition, one of 500, out of series copy, 8vo, (interior clean and tight). $500-700 348. Irving, Washington (1783-1859), A History of New York, London: John Murray, 1820, full gilt tooled blue crushed morocco, 8vo, (bumped, hinge wear). $150-200 349. Irving, Washington (1783-1859), A Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada, Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Carey, 1829, Agapida edition, two volumes in one, three-quarter morocco, 8vo, (re-backed, foxing and soiling). $100-150 350. Irving, Washington (1783-1859), Voyages and Discoveries of the Companions of Columbus, Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1835, mottled calf, 4to, (extremities worn, foxing and soiling). $100-125 351. Irving, Washington (1783-1859), History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Philadelphia: Carey, Lea, & Blanchard, 1835, in two volumes, mottled calf, 8vo, (gutters loose, extremities worn). $150-250 346

352. (Irving, Washington, 1783-1859), Illustrations of Washington Irving’s Dolph Heyliger, New York: George P. Putnam, 1851, illustrated by John W. Ehninger, with faint inscription from Ehninger dated 1860 on title page, oblong folio, cloth, (ex-library collection, hinges strengthened, foxing). $75-100 353. (Italian Press, Early), [Sessa, Giovanni Battista], Opera...Ciceronis Partitiones Oratoriae. Oratore ad Brutum, Venice, 1505, limp full vellum with manuscript inscriptions, eighty-three printed leaves, 8vo, (age-typical wear). $200-300 354. James, Henry (1843-1916), Seven first edition titles in eight volumes, The Wings of the Dove, New York, 1902, in two volumes; The Sacred Fount, New York, 1901; A Little Tour in France, Boston, 1900; The Portrait of a Lady, Boston, 1882; French Poets and Novelists, London, 1878; Embarrassments, New York, 1896; The Awkward Age, New York, 1899, all with original cloth, 8vo, (bumped, chipped, toning, scattered soiling and foxing, Poets with bubbled covers). $600-800

355. (Japan, Early Photographic Views), Views of Japan, [c. 1870], with gilt pictorial blue cloth, having thirteen photographs (one with hand-coloring), each approx. 9 3/8 by 10 7/8 in., with legend and explanatory notes pasted opposite each photograph, oblong folio, (binding with water staining and rubbing). $400-600 356. Jeffers, Robinson (1887-1962), Descent to the Dead: Poems written in Ireland and Great Britain, New York: Random House, 1931, half vellum in tattered slipcase, one of 500, signed, designed by A. G. Hoffman, 4to, (minor soiling). $150-2,000 357. John, Augustus (1878-1961), Presentation copy, Augustus John, His Paintings and Drawings, London, original cloth with wrapper, inscribed “to Vera, Augustus and Dodo,” (good, minor wear to dust jacket). $150-200



358. Johnson, Lyndon B. (1908-1973), Two titles, White, William S., The Professional: Lyndon B. Johnson, Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1964, fourth printing, cloth with dust wrapper, signed and inscribed to Jerry Wagner, 8vo; and To Heal and to Build: The Programs of President Lyndon B. Johnson, New York: MacGraw-Hill, 1968, original cloth with dust jacket, (both excellent). $300-500 359. Johnston, Robert, A.M., Travels through Part of the Russian Empire and the Country of Poland, London, 1815, with handcolored plates, 4to, (disbound, foxing). $300-400 360. Keller, Helen (1880-1968), The World I Live In, New York: The Century Co., 1908, gilt cloth, inscribed to “Colonel Higginson. Believer in the World of the Soul. Helen Keller,” small 8vo, (ex-library collection, spine taped). $400-600 361. Kennedy, John F. (1917-1963), Signed copy, Profiles in Courage, New York: Harper & Brothers, 1956, inscribed and signed on flyleaf “John Kennedy,” cloth, 8vo, (dust jacket with tears and chips). $4,000-5,000


362. Kerouac, Jack (1922-1969), On the Road, New York: The Viking Press, 1957, first edition, first issue, black cloth with white lettering, dust jacket with red and blue bands to back panel, red top stain, 8vo, (dust jacket with some chips and tears, some with cellophane tape repairs, minor toning). $1,500-2,500

363. Kerouac, Jack (1922-1969), On the Road, New York: The Viking Press, 1957, first edition, first issue, black cloth with white lettering, dust jacket with red and blue bands to back panel, red top stain, 8vo, (dust jacket with chips, creases and tears, cellophane tape residue to jacket, inside flap, and endsheets, inked name to front endpaper and half title, leaning slightly, toning). $300-400

364. Koehler, Sylvester Rosa, Etching: An Outline of its Technical Processes..., New York: Cassell & Company, 1885, gilt embossed cloth, with thirty plates, 4to, (bumped and chipped, top of front cover with edge tear, endpapers repaired/replaced). $200-300

365. LaFrentz, Ferdinand W., Cowboy Stuff, New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1927, illustrations by Henry Ziegler, numbered 3 of 500, and signed by the author, illustrator, and publisher, half vellum, 4to, (minor dampstaining, fading, and toning). $300-500 366. (Latin Missal), Gaulterus, likely Jacobus, Recta Intentio Omnibus Humanarum Actionum Amussis, Duaci: Baltasaris Belleri, 1632, gilt tooled calf, small 8vo, (missing front endsheet, minor wear). $300-400 367. Lawrence, David Herbert (1885-1930), Lady Chatterley’s Lover, [Florence]: privately printed, 1928, pirated edition, numbered 1092 of 1500 copies, half gilt tooled maroon morocco, 8vo, (partially disbound). $500-700 368. Leconte, Emile, Choix de Nouveaux Modeles de Serrurerie, Paris: Maheu, 1872, cloth, folio, (ex-library collection, minor staining to covers). $100-150 369. Leonard, William Ellery (1876-1944), Signed copy, two titles, Two Lives, a Poem, New York: B. W. Huebsch, Inc., 1925, numbered 61 of 135 trade copies signed by the author, boards, 8vo, (minor toning); and A Man Against Time, an Heroic Dream, New York and London, D. Appleton-Century Company, 1945, cloth with dust jacket, 8vo, (dust jacket with minor tears, minor toning). $100-150 370. (Limited Editions Club), Three titles, Twain, Mark Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, New York, 1942, illustrated by Thomas Hart Benton, signed; Maugham, W. Somerset, Of Human Bondage, 1938, two volumes, illustrated by John Sloan, signed; Lewis, Sinclair, Main Street, 1937, illustrated by Grant Wood, signed; all one of 1500, (minor wear, second with spine fading). $500-700 371. (Literary Notables, American), The American Spectator, November, 1932, Volume I, No. I, signed on front page by Eugene O’Neill, George Jean Nathan, Ernest Boyd, Theodore Dreiser, and James Branch Cabell, in blue cloth folio, (minor browning, very good overall). $800-1,200 372. London, Jack (1876-1916), The Call of the Wild, New York: The Macmillan Company, 1903, first edition, first issue, illustrated by Philip R. Goodwin and Charles Livingston Bull, pictorial vertically ribbed green cloth, 8vo, (starting, bumped and chipped, library plates). $200-400

373. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (1807-1882), The Seaside and the Fireside, Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1850, first edition, original boards, 8vo, (re-backed, minor bumping, soiling, and toning). $200-300 374. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (1807-1882), The Song of Hiawatha, Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1855, first American edition, likely third issue, “curlew” for “heron” on page 27, line 9, the “n” in “one” present on page 279, fifth line from bottom, “Vocabulary” at rear, blind stamped brown cloth, gilt lettering, 8vo, (starting, bumped, spine ends chipped, losses to endpapers). $200-300 375. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (1807-1882), Tales of a Wayside Inn, Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1863, first edition, first issue with correct points on pages 11 and 225, original stamped green cloth, 12mo, (minor fraying and fading to spine). $300-500 376. Lorant, Stefan, Fourteen titles, presentation copies, Lincoln: A Picture Story of His Life, five copies in two editions; The Presidency: A Pictorial History; The Glorious Burden: The American Presidency; FDR: A Pictorial Biography; Pittsburgh: The Story of an American City; Lincoln: His Life in Photographs; The Life and Times of Theodore Roosevelt; Sieg Heil!; I Was Hitler’s Prisoner; and Wir Vom Film, (some library markings). $600-800 377. Louys, Pierre (1870-1925), Aphrodite, [N.p., 1926], numbered 92 of 650, illustrated by Clara Tice, half gilt pictorial red morocco, gilt top edge, 4to, (bumped, bookplate). $300-400 378. Lowell, Amy (1874-1925), Two titles, A Dome of ManyColored Glass, Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1912; and Pictures of the Floating World, New York: The Macmillan Company, 1919, both with original quarter cloth and boards, 8vo, (good, with minor bumping and wear). $200-300 379. Lytton, Edward Bulwer (1803-1873), Three titles, Eugene Aram. A Tale, London: Colburn and Bentley, 1832, three volumes, first edition, original boards, 8vo; Ernest Maltravers, London: Saunders and Otley, 1837, three volumes, first edition, original boards, 8vo; Night and Morning, [London: Saunders and Otley, 1841, three volumes, original boards, 8vo, (wear). Sadleir 404, 403, 424. $300-500


383. Mallarme, Stephane (1842-1898), Madrigaux, Paris, 1920, Editions de la Sirene, original blue pictorial wraps, illustrated by Raoul Dufy, one of 1000, 4to, (some chipping and fold separation to wraps, minor soiling); together with Salmon, Andre, Andre Derain, Paris: 1929, Editions des Chroniques du Jour, original wraps, (split). $300-500 384. Masefield, John (1878-1967), Two titles, Poems, New York: The Macmillan Company, 1930, one volume edition, threequarter blue morocco, signed, 8vo, (minor bumping and toning); and Dauber, a Poem, London, William Heinemann, 1913, cloth, with blue faux calf wrap and slipcase, 8vo, (bloom). $75-100 385. Matisse, Henri (1869-1954), Illustrator, and Joyce, James (1882-1941), Author, Ulysses, New York: Limited Editions Club, 1935, numbered 1071 of 1500 copies signed by Matisse, pictorial gilt cloth, with slipcase, folio, (very minor wear to extremities, slipcase worn). $6,000-8,000 386. Matisse, Henri (1869-1954), Portraits, Monte Carlo: Andre Sauret, 1954, limited edition numbered 822 of 2850, wraps, with board slipcase, 4to, (binding loose, slipcase with cracks). $400-600 385

380. Machiavelli, Niccolo (1469-1527), Works, London, 1680, folio, half calf, verso of title page with Earl of Derby bookplate dated 1702, later crested and gartered bookplate to interior of front cover, folio, (re-backed, replaced endsheets). $700-900 381. Macquoid, Percy, A History of English Furniture, London: Lawrence & Bullen, Ltd., 1904-08, in four volumes, gilt embossed cloth, folio, (ex-library collection, starting, bumped and chipped, sun fading). $350-400 382. Macy, Obed, The History of Nantucket, Boston: Hilliard, Gray, and Co., 1835, first edition, with one map and one plate, half morocco, 8vo, (starting, soiling, extremities worn). $200-300


387. Maugham, William Somerset (1874-1965), Five first edition titles, Cosmopolitans, Garden City, 1936; Strictly Personal, Garden City, 1941, with dust jacket; Ah King, Garden City, 1933; The Mixture as Before, New York, 1940; and East and West, The Collected Short Stories, Garden City, 1934, all cloth, 8vo, (fading to spines, extremity wear, some looseness). $300-500 388. Melville, Herman (1819-1891), Three titles in four volumes, Narrative of a Four Months’ Residence Among the Natives of a Valley of the Marquesas Islands, London: John Murray, 1846, first edition, second issue, with “Pomare” line one, page nineteen, map [xviii], no terminal ads; Redburn: His First Voyage, New York: Harper & Brothers, 1849, first American edition, 390 pages, fourteen pages of ads dated October, 1849, in original embossed purple cloth, yellow glazed endpapers; Mardi: and A Voyage Hither, New York: Harper & Brothers, 1849, first American edition, in two volumes, original embossed green cloth, volume one with 365 pages, volume two with 387 pages, and eight pages of ads, all 8vo, (soiling, minor bumping, minor sun fading). $800-1,200

389. Melville, Herman (1819-1891), Omoo; A Narrative of Adventures in the South Seas, New York: 1847, first American edition, original gilt pictorial and stamped cloth, with frontis map, two sets of advertisements at rear, 12mo, (some fading to covers and light wear). $300-500 390. Metalious, Grace (1924-1964), Peyton Place, New York: Julian Messner, Inc., 1956, first edition, black cloth with red spine printed in silver, 8vo, (excellent). $400-600 391. (Middle East, History and Exploration), Two titles, Shaler, William, Sketches of Algiers, Boston: Cummings, Hilliard, and Company, 1826, tree calf, 8vo, (hinges cracked, foxing); and Gardiner and Peet, The Inscriptions of Sinai, London: Egypt Exploration Fund, 1917, Part I, boards, folio, (hinges strengthened, board weak), (both ex-library collection). $225-275 392. Mills, John (d. circa 1885), The Flyers of the Hunt, London: “The Field” Office and Ward and Lock, 1859, gilt lettered full red calf, with hand-colored frontispiece and plates by John Leech, 8vo, (minor losses). $100-150 393. Milne, Alan Alexander (1882-1956), When We Were Very Young, New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, 1924, edition numbered 3 of 100 copies signed by the author, and additionally signed in large letters “Billy Moon” in pencil, illustrations by E. H. Shepard, pictorial boards, 8vo, (lacking dust jacket). Note: Lot is accompanied by a typed letter signed by John Macrae, President of E.P. Dutton & Company, on company letterhead, stating: “When Mr. Milne was signing this Limited Edition of When We Were Very Young, his son and the inspirer of these verses—Christopher Robin—thought it would be an excellent idea to have a finger in the pie, so of his own accord he took pencil in hand to write “BILLY MOON” in the first eight of the one hundred copies signed by his father. “BILLY MOON” is Christopher Robin’s own particular nickname and the magnitude of his signature is in correct proportion—so he says. This copy is Number Three of the eight signed ‘BILLY MOON.’” Milne dedicated this book to Christopher Robin, and references his son’s preference for the name Billy Moon. $1,500-2,000 394. Milton, John (1608-1674), Joannis Miltoni, Opera, Omnia Latina, Amsterdam, [no publisher], 1698, gilt-tooled full blue morocco presentation binding with silk end dublures and slipcase, 4to, (lacking endpapers). $400-600 399 with detail



395. (Miniature Books), Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 - Plays, New York: Knickerbocker Leather and Novelty Co., [c. 1890], twenty-four volumes in a fitted leather case, 16mo, (minor chipping). $150-300 396. Miro, Joan (1893-1974), Derriere Le Miroir, Paris: Maeght, 1963, parts 139-140, with lithographed pictorial wraps and six lithographs, folio, (excellent). $800-1,200 397. (Missal Leaf), likely 15th century, nineteen manuscript lines in gothic script, with some gilded letters and with rubricating throughout, double-sided, framed 4 5/8 by 3 1/8 in. $150-200

400. Montorgueil, Georges, Paris Dansant, Paris: Theophile Belin, 1898, three-quarter gilt and crushed blue morocco, one of 200, with illustrations by A. Willette engraved and colored by Vigna-Vigneron, with set of color separations for the frontispiece, the remaining plates in colored and uncolored states, 4to, (very good). $500-700 401. Moore, George Augustus (1855-1933), Author’s copies, one with drawings by Larionov, The Brook Kerith. A Syrian Story; London, 1916, original boards in slipcase, having five original gouaches and decorations by Michel Larionov, depicting scenes of Christ; The Making of an Immortal, [New York], 1927, galley proofs cut up and bound into a 12mo volume, inscribed by Moore, in clamshell box; Avowals, proof sheets with the author’s corrections, gilt lettered half morocco slipcase. $400-600

398. (Missals), including Missale Romanum ex Decreto Sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini Restitutum, Antwerp: 1762, and others, bound together in gilt tooled black morocco, brass clasps, folio. $150-200

402. Moore, Henry Spencer (1898-1986), Heads Figures and Ideas, Greenwich: New York Graphic Society, 1958, half cloth, folio, (ex-library collection, minor extremity wear). $150-200

399. Montgomery, Lucy Maud (1874-1942), Anne of Green Gables, Boston: L.C. Page & Company, 1908, first edition, first printing, April 1908, with eight plates, gilt embossed with tan cloth, cover with printed paste down in green border, 8vo, (sun fading, wear to paste down, contemporary presentation inscription to flyleaf). $15,000-25,000

403. Morley, Christopher (1890-1957), Two titles, Parnassus on Wheels, Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1931, original boards with wrapper, signed and inscribed on flyleaf; John Mistletoe, Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1931, original boards with wrapper, signed and inscribed on flyleaf, (both good, slight chipping to jackets, minor library markings). $200-400


404. Nicholson, William (1872-1949), Twelve Portraits, London, [1899], loose as issued, in green cloth portfolio, folio, (exlibrary collection, chipping to mounting boards, portfolio worn and with dampstaining). $600-800 405. (Nixon, Richard M., 1913-1994), Mazo, Earl, Richard Nixon: A Political and Personal Portrait, New York: Harper & Brothers, 1959, signed “Dick Nixon” on flyleaf, cloth, with dust jacket, 8vo, (good). $200-400 406. (Nonesuch Press), Five titles in ten volumes, Shakespeare, Works, 1953, in four volumes, cloth, (minor wear); Sidney, Astrophel & Stella, 1931, boards, in slipcase, (slipcase worn); Walton, The Compleat Angler..., 1929, morocco, (good); Cervantes, Don Quixote, 1930, in two volumes, numbered 457 of 1475 copies (575 for sale by Random House in America), morocco, (good); and Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, [1925], in two volumes, one of 750 copies, half vellum, (bumped and chipped). $500-700 407. (New Vade Mecum), The New Vade Mecum; or, Young Clerk’s Magazine, Lansingburgh: Silvester Tiffany, 1794, contemporary calf, 12mo, (minor dampstaining, soiling, flyleaves with ink names, some pages reduced, bumped). $150-200 408. (Officium), Officium Beatae Mariae Virginis, Paris: H. de Marnef and V.G. Cavellat, 1595, in Latin and Greek, Greek translation by F. Morellum, bound together with Vesperae, also Paris: Marnef and Cavellat, gilt tooled calf binding, (front hinge cracked). $300-400 409. (Onwhyn, Thomas, Illustrator), Twelve Illustrations to The Pickwick Papers, London: Albert Jackson, 1894, loose folio as issued, in modern slipcase, preface referencing discovery of these illustrations after the 1837 publication of a different set of illustrations for Dickens’ work, (good). $300-500 410. (Opera, Modern), Heyward, Du Bose (1885-1940) and Gershwin, George (1898-1937), Porgy and Bess: An Opera in Three Acts, New York: Random House, 1935, pebbled red morocco with leather labels, one of 250, signed by George Gershwin, Du Bose Heyward, Ira Gershwin, and Rouben Mamoulian, with straw-covered slipcase, 4to, (spine labels with nicks and losses, spine head worn, interior clean and tight). $3,000-5,000

410 with detail


414. (Paine, Robert Treat, (1731-1814), His Copy), Price, Richard (1723-1791), Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty..., London: printed by T. and J. Fleet, Boston, 1776, title page annotated u.r. “RT Paine’s 1776,” in modern slipcase, 4to, (disbound, worming, staining). $6,000-8,000 415. (Painted Glass), Westlake, Nathaniel H.J., A History of Design in Painted Glass, London: James Parker & Co., 1881, four volumes, later gilt cloth, with numerous steel engravings, (good, ex-library copy, clean). $300-400 416. Palfrey, John Gorham (1796-1881), Tables of... Ascertained by the Astronomical and Trigonometrical Survey of Massachusetts, Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, 1846, gilttooled red straight grained red morocco, 8vo, (some spotting); together with an autograph letter signed, July 4th, 1864, two pages, to Admiral Blake, letter of thanks, (mount residue left to edge). $300-500 417. Palustre, Leon (1838-1894), La Renaissance en France, Paris: A. Quantin, 1879-1885, in three volumes, cloth, folio, (ex-library collection, re-backed, corners strengthened, toning). $250-350


411. Duc d’Orleans, Charles (1394-1465), and Matisse, Henri, Poemes de Charles d’Orleans, Paris: edited by Teriade, printed by Mourlot Freres, 1950, pictorial wraps, illustrated and signed by Henri Matisse, one of 200, with fifty-four lithographs, folio, with slipcase, (very good). $3,000-4,000 412. Orwell, George (1903-1950), Nineteen Eighty-Four, New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1949, first American edition, tan cloth printed in black and red, with maroon dust jacket bearing $3.00 price, 8vo, (toning, very minor wear to edges and hinges of dust jacket). $300-400 413. (Paine, Robert Treat (1731-1814), His Copy), Chamberlayne, Edward (1616-1703), Magna Britannia Notitia: or, the Present State of Great-Britain, London, 1710, title page with annotation to top “Robert Treat Paine Liber 1746-7,” blind embossed tree calf, with modern slipcase, 8vo, (foxing, toning, bumped, re-backed, notations to endpapers). $1,000-1,500


418. Pardoe, Julia (1806-1862), The Beauties of The Bosphorus, London, 1838, illustrated by W.H. Bartlett, with portrait, engraved title, and numerous illustrations, embossed morocco, 4to, (starting, loose front gather, scattered foxing and dampstaining, ink staining to dedication page, bumped and chipped). $500-700 419. Parkman, Francis (1823-1893), The Old Regime in Canada, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1874, gilt pictorial cloth, part four of France and England in North America, 8vo, (bumped, foxed, spine faded). $100-150 420. (Parrish, Maxfield, Illustrator), Saunders, Louise, The Knave of Hearts, Racine: Artists and Writers Guild, [1925], spiral-bound pictorial wraps, folio, (covers with minor fading and soiling). $600-800 421. Penley, Aaron (1807-1870), The English School of Painting in Water-Colours: Its Theory and Practice, London: A. Tarrant, 1872, gilt pictorial cloth, folio, (ex-library collection, dampstaining, soiling, hinge repairs). $200-250

422. Percy, Thomas (1729-1811), Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, London: Henry Washbourne and Co., 1857, New Edition, in three volumes, later gilt tooled half green calf, with original wrap cover tipped in, 8vo, (bumped, toned). $300-350 423. (Periodicals, American), Group of American newspapers, including The Pennsylvania Packet, and Daily Advertiser, February 14, 1789, April 29, 1789, The Pennsylvania Packet or, The General Advertiser, November 18, 1780, February 13, 1781, both with news of the Revolutionary War and political happenings, and forty-one various newspapers, mainly 19th century, including a group from the California area (one discussing the San Francisco earthquake) and others, two framed, others in folios, (mostly good). $1,000-1,500 424. Perry, Matthew Calbraith (1794-1858), Narrative of the Expedition of an American Squadron to the China Seas and Japan , New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1856, single volume abridged edition, eleven folding maps, embossed cloth, 8vo, (starting, soiling, hinges strengthened). $300-400 425. (Periodicals, American, 18th Century), Gazette Francaise et Americaine/French and American Gazette, New York: various days beginning Friday, July 10, 1795 through Wednesday, March 2, 1796, printed in French and English, calf binding, folio, (lacking pages at front and rear, minor tears, toning). $150-200 426. (Picasso, Pablo, Illustrator) and Aristophanes (448?-380? B.C.), Lysistrata, New York: Limited Editions Club, 1934, pictorial boards with glassine wraps and slipcase, one of 1500, illustrated and signed by Pablo Picasso, 4to, (some splits to case, chipping to glassine). $4,000-6,000 427. Piranesi, Giovanni Battista (1720-1778), Antiquites de La Grande Grece, Aujourd’hui Royaume de Naples, Gravees par Francois Piranesi, Paris: Chez Les Piranesi Freres, An XII/1804, 1807, two volumes, original boards, with engraved titles and sixty-eight plates, imperial folio, (bindings poor, some plates with foxing and water damage to lower right corners). $3,000-5,000 428. (Playing Cards), Cary, Melbert, War Cards, New York: Press of the Woolly Whale, 1937, original cloth, one of 250, signed and dedicated on colophon leaf, with tipt in letter from Cary on read paste down, 8vo, (excellent). $100-150


429. (Poetry), Two titles, Ford, Ford Madox (1873-1939), New Poems, New York: William Edwin Rudge, 1927, one of 325 copies, signed on endsheet, boards with glassine wraps, 8vo, (starting, glassine worn); and Gibran, Kahlil (1883-1931), The Prophet, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1926, signed 1928 on half title, gilt pictorial cloth boards, slipcase, 8vo, (slipcase worn). $200-250 430. (Political Satire, 19th Century), Doyle, John, artist, Political Sketches & c., By H.B., London: Thomas McLean, 1829-44, volumes I-VIII only, old gilt lettered half morocco and boards, with approximately 790 lithograph plates each removed from original binding and tipt to a folio sheet, folio, (some covers detached, scattered spotting); together with Paston, George, Social Caricature in the Eighteenth Century, London: Methuen & Co., 1905, original cloth, folio, (fading to spine). $800-1,000


431. Polo, Marco (1254?-1324?), The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the Venetian, Concerning the Kingdoms and Marvels of the East, London: John Murray, 1871, in two volumes, translated by Colonel Henry Yule, C.B., gilt pictorial green cloth, 8vo, (starting, bumped, extremity wear). $100-150 432. Pratt, Enoch, A Comprehensive History, Ecclesiastical and Civil, of Eastham, Wellfleet and Orleans..., Yarmouth: W.S. Fisher and Co., 1844, cloth, 4to, (staining and foxing, pencil annotations, extremities worn). $300-400 433. (Presidents, United States), The White House Gallery of Official Portraits of the Presidents, New York and Washington: The Gravure Company of America, 1906, original morocco with brass roundel depicting the Great Seal of the United States, the Executive Edition, containing twenty-five full page portraits from Washington to Theodore Roosevelt, folio, (cover mostly detached, interior very good). $500-700


434. Propert, John Lumsden, A History of Miniature Art, London: Macmillan and Co., 1887, gilt embossed vellum, 4to, (ex-library collection, hinges starting, dampstaining). $150-200 435. Pulci, Luigi (1432-1484), Morgante Maggiore di Aluigi Pulci, Fiorentino, Nuouamente stampato, & con ogni-diligenza reuissto, et corretto, dal suo uero originale tradotto, et historiato, Venice, 1537, contemporary limp vellum, two column format with forty lines per column, woodcut engraved title, 8vo, (wear to covers, minor internal browning and spotting). Note: Editions of this popular Italian romance of chivalry are rare. No other copy of the 1537 edition was found in sale records. $400-600 436. Rabelais, Francois (1494?-1553), Works, London: J. Hughs, 1737, in five volumes, later gilt tooled red morocco, 12mo, (minor bumping and extremity wear). $300-350 437. Rackham, Arthur (1867-1939), Illustrator, Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge (1832-1898), Aventures d’Alice au Pays des Merveilles, Paris: Libraire Hachette et Cie., [1907], numbered 167 of 270 copies, with twelve chromolithograph illustrations, in blue morocco with pictorial onlay by Meslier, Paris, 4to, (minor bumping, hinges with minor wear, minor foxing). $600-800



438. (Rackham, Arthur, Illustrator), Aesop (c. 620-560 B.C.), Aesop’s Fables, London and New York, 1912, numbered 1431 of 1450 copies and signed by Rackham, with thirteen chromolithograph plates and numerous black and white illustrations, gilt tooled full maroon morocco, folio, (bumped and chipped, toning). $600-1,000 439. (Rackham, Arthur, Illustrator), Hansel & Gretel & Other Tales by the Brothers Grimm, New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, 1920, original cloth, with twenty tipt in color plates, 8vo, (spine faded, minor dampstaining to upper cover). $200-300 440. (Rackham, Arthur, Illustrator), The Ingoldsby Legends, Mirth and Marvels, London: Heinemann, 1919, pictorial cloth, with thirty-five plates, 8vo, (rubbed); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, New York: Doubleday, 1908, gilt pictorial half cloth, with forty plates, 4to, (cover heavily rubbed and chipped). $130-150 441. Raleigh, Sir Walter (1552?-1618), The Historie of the World, London, 1628, with six double-page engraved maps and two double-page battle plans, engraved frontispiece, mottled calf, folio, (re-backed, replaced endpapers, minor wear). $2,500-3,500 442. Raspe, Rudolph Erich (1737-1794), The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, [1862], illustrated by Gustave Dore, pictorial red cloth, 4to, (bumped, re-backed, gutters strengthened, soiling). $200-300 443. Richardson, Charles James (1806-1871), Studies from Old English Mansions, Their Furniture, Gold & Silver Plate & c. by an Architect, London: T. McLean, 1841-48, Series parts I-IV, gilt lettered three-quarter red morocco, with four lithographed titles and 134 plates, folio, (hinges weak, spines with losses, minor browning). $600-800


446. Rockwell, Norman (1894-1978), Norman Rockwell: My Adventures as an Illustrator, Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1960, inscribed on half title, cloth with dust jacket, 8vo, (ex-library collection, good, with minor wear to dust jacket). $150-200

444. Ricketson, Daniel, The History of New Bedford, New Bedford: published by the author, 1858, original brown cloth, 12mo, (starting, bumped and chipped, front endpapers stained). $150-250

447. (Rockwell, Norman, 1894-1978), Two titles, Guptill, Arthur L., Norman Rockwell Illustrator, New York: WatsonGuptill Publications Inc., 1946, inscribed with a sketch of a dog on the flyleaf, cloth with dust jacket, folio; and Rockwell, Norman and Thomas, Norman Rockwell: My Adventures as an Illustrator, Garden City: 1960, signed on a half title, cloth, 8vo, (minor wear). $850-1,000

445. Rockwell, Norman (1894-1978), Two titles, Norman Rockwell: My Adventures as an Illustrator, Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1960, inscribed on half title with comical sketch, cloth, 8vo, (minor bumping); and Buechner, Thomas S., Norman Rockwell: Artist and Illustrator, New York: Harry N. Abrams Inc., 1970, inscribed on flyleaf, cloth with dust jacket, folio, (good, with loose front gather), (both ex-library collection). $550-650

448. Roosevelt, Franklin D. (1882-1945), Looking Forward, New York: The John Day Company, 1933, first edition, fifth printing, inscribed on the flyleaf, gilt embossed blue cloth with dust jacket, 8vo, (good, with spine fading and tears to dust jacket). $1,000-1,500



451. (Roycrofters), Two titles, both Hubbard, Elbert, East Aurora, New York: Roycrofters, Little Journeys to the Homes of Good Men and Great, 1908, original half calf, illustrated by Gaspard, (lacking portion of clasp, library markings); and Little Journeys to the Homes of Famous Women, 1898, numbered 184 of 470 copies, signed by Hubbard, original half calf, 4to, (bumped and chipped). $250-300

449 with detail

449. (Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919), Presentation copy, Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1908, New and Enlarged Edition, signed and dated on flyleaf October 28, 1908, gilt embossed brown cloth, 8vo, (bumped, somewhat loose, spine slightly faded). $2,500-3,500 450. (Roycrofters), Thoreau, Henry David (1817-1862), The Essay on Friendship, East Aurora: 1903, The Roycrofters, gilt tooled blue morocco with pictorial onlay to front cover designed by Samuel Warner, with moiré dublures, laid in presentation leaf dated 1927, 4to, (sun fading, very minor bumping). $800-1,200


452. Ruskin, John (1819-1900), “Essays on Political Economy,” Fraser’s Magazine for Town and Country, Vol. LXV, June, 1862, No. CCCXC, bound in three-quarter morocco, with autograph letter signed laid onto front paste down, text in part “Your correction...is quite right. The prose of Xenophon fruited as if it were verse is a more ludicrous, though less important mistake,” engraving of Ruskin tipped in at flyleaf, 8vo, (minor extremity wear). $300-500 453. Saintsbury, George, Signed copy, Notes on a Cellar-Book, London: Macmillan and Co., 1921, Edition de Luxe, one of 500 signed, half cloth, 4to, (bumped, staining to covers, minor toning). $130-150 454. Schnitzler, Arthur (1862-1931), Casanova’s Homecoming, New York: Privately Printed for Sylvan Press, 1947, pictorial morocco, illustrated by Rockwell Kent, one of 1499, 4to, (good, wrapper spotted). $150-250