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Lot 4225

$200

Book Details: This lot includes the group of Civil War-era issues of Harper's New Monthly Magazine shown in the corresponding image(s). This collection contains volumes XXIII (June to November, 1861), XXIV (December, 1861, to May, 1862) and XXVI (December, 1862 to May, 1863). To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.

Condition / Notes: As with the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws.
 
Lot 4226

$50

Title: A Popular History of the United States, from the First Discovery of the Western Hemisphere By the Northmen, to the End of the Civil War, Preceded By a Sketch of the Pre-Historic Period and the Age of the Mound Builders
Author: William Cullen Bryant - William Cullen Bryant was an American romantic poet, journalist, and long-time editor of the New York Evening Post.
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
City: New York
Year: 1876-1881
Binding Style: Hardcover
Number of Volumes: 4 Complete: Yes
Width: 7.25" Height: 10.5"
Condition / Notes: Antique set is bound in dark brown cloth with elaborate gilt decorative designs. Books show light external wear, with volumes 3 & 4 show slightly more wear, with some minor abrasions to covers. Books are solidly bound. Interiors of first two volumes are clean and without markings, last two volumes display scattered foxing. All are lavishly illustrated.
 
Lot 4227

$130

Details: This lot offers 21 large original block prints of vivid Chinese scenes, with occasional characters. These pieces show beautifully, with strong, bright colors and elaborate dress and scenes. They are printed on fine laid paper and may depict literary scenes. Most of the pieces measure approximately 16.5" by 21.5" while three are larger, opening up to roughly double that size.
Condition / Notes: These pieces show beautifully with some fold lines and otherwise, only trace occasional age/wear indications. These have been carefully stored.
 
Lot 4228

$10

Title: Miscelllanea: Paul Rivet. Octogenario dicata
Author: Paul Rivet
Publisher: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
City: Mexico City
Year: 1958
Printing Information: First Edition
Binding Style:
Width: 7" Height: 9.5"
Book Details: Set is bound in original printed wrappers. Books show mild external wear. Interiors display occasional light pencil underlining.  Profusely illustrated with fold-out (color) plates, drawings , b&w photos and maps.
Condition / Notes: Set is bound in original printed wrappers. Books show mild external wear, with taping to foot of first volume. Interiors display occasional light pencil underlining.. Profusely illustrated with fold-out (color) plates, drawings , b&w photos and maps.
 
Lot 4229

$550

Title: The Revelation of Saint John the Divine
Author: uncredited author
Publisher: The Limited Editions Club
City: New York
Year: 1995
Printing Information: Signed Edition
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: Unpaginated
Width: 17" Height: 22.25"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: This is a scarce limited edition of this biblical text, pencil signed by illustrator Allan Rohan Crite on the colophon page. This is number 228 of 300.

This elephant folio is bound in full burgundy linen with bright gilt lettering stamped to front cover. Volume is in excellent condition. This book contains 15 tipped-on relief engravings by Allen Rohan Crite, who also contributes an afterword.

Allan Rohan Crite (March 20, 1910 – September 6, 2007) was a Boston-based African-American artist born in North Plainfield, New Jersey.  He won several honors, such as the 350th Harvard University Anniversary Medal.

This text has been set in Monotype Caslon with Romulus heads at Golgonooza Letter Foundry by Julia Ferrari with special numbers made from punches hand cut by Dan Carr. The book was printed at Wild Carrot Letterpress. The fifteen relief engravings were hand printed on Japanese Kitikata paper at Evans Editions. The text paper was made at Cartiere Enrico Magnani. The title page was designed by Dan Carr.

Black cloth clamshell case with gilt lettered leather tilte label and velvet lining is in fine condition. Case measures approximately 18" x 23.75".
 
Lot 4230

$60

Book Details: This lot includes the group of Limited Editions Club books shown in the corresponding image(s). This collection contains titles by American authors, among which are Anthony Trollope's "Barchester Towers" (1958) and "The Newcomes: Memoirs of a Most Respectable Family" (1954, two volumes in slipcase) by William Makepeace Thackeray. These attractively illustrated books are signed by their illustrators. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.
Condition / Notes: As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. All of these books show light pencil markings to copyright page and, occasionally, to adjacent page and/or rear flyleaf.
 
Lot 4231

$35

Title: Decamarone di M. Giovanni Boccaccio ripurgato con somma cura da ogne cosa nocevole al suon costume e corredato con Note riguardanti al buon indrizzo di chi desidera scrivere con purita, e propeta tosacana a norma del'uso presente
Author: Alessandro M. Bandiera
Publisher: Francesco di Niccolo Pezzana
City: Venice
Year: 1795
Binding Style: Other - see description
Number of Volumes: 1 Complete: No
Pagination: 298 pages
Width: 4.5" Height: 7.75"
Condition / Notes: Antique volume is bound in crudely stitched blank paper wrappers. Book shows mild external wear, with light soiling to front cover and tearing at head of spine. Binding is sound. Pages are clean and without markings.
 
Lot 4232

$175

Book Details: This lot includes the group of bound compilations of Harper's Weekly shown in the corresponding image(s). These issues date from the years 1895 and 1896. Harper’s Weekly (A Journal of Civilization) was an American political magazine based in New York City. Published by Harper and Brothers from 1857 until 1916, it featured foreign and domestic news, fiction, essays on many subjects, and humor. During its most influential period it was the forum of the political cartoonist Thomas Nast, and also featured the work of some of the era’s most important illustrators: Winslow Homer, Granville Perkins and Livingston Hopkins. The issues included in this lot are originals and feature the following important articles and illustrations:

1895

Illustrations: Pictures by Remington, G.W. Peters, Charles Graham, Edwin Abbey and many others. Limited use of photography continues in this volume.
Article Content: Articles on Japan, the Chicago Stock Exchange, and a series of "Holy Grail" paintings executed for the Boston Public Library, are included along with those on politics, humor and serialized fiction.

1896

Illustrations: Many illustrations by artists Remington, Rogers, Thulstrup and many others.
Article Content: Articles include those on The President's Financial Policy, The Senate's Free-Coinage "Folly," as well as fiction, poetry, humor and others.

Each folio volume measures approximately 11.5" x 16.25.

Condition / Notes: Issues are well preserved in sturdy library binding. Pages are clean, bright and without markings. Initial front cover may display foxing. All front endpapers and first front covers bear library stamp
 
Lot 4233

$350

Title: Hiroshima
Author: John Hersey - John Richard Hersey was a Pulitzer Prize-winning American writer and journalist considered one of the earliest practitioners of the so-called New Journalism, in which storytelling devices of the novel are fused with non-fiction reportage., Robert Penn Warren - Robert Penn Warren was an American poet, novelist, and literary critic and was one of the founders of New Criticism. He was also a charter member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers. He founded the influential literary journal The Southern Review with Cleanth Brooks in 1935. He received the 1947 Pulitzer Prize for the Novel for his novel "All the King's Men" (1946) and the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1958 and 1979. He is the only person to have won Pulitzer Prizes for both fiction and poetry
Publisher: The Limited Editions Club
City: New York
Year: 1983
Printing Information: Signed Edition
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: Unpaginated
Width: 10" Height: 12.75"
Condition / Notes: This is a scarce limited edition of this work by John Hersey, with a new poem by Robert Penn Warren and silk-screens by Jacob Lawrence. This edition is pencil signed by both authors and illustrator on the colophon page. This is number 27 of 1500.

This volume is bound in bound in full black aniline black, with blind-stamped title to front cover. Volume is in excellent condition. This book contains a new poem by Robert Penn Warren, "New Dawn: Hiroshima," which he dedicated to John Hersey and Jacob Lawrence, and that here serves as preface Hersey's account of the aftermath of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. Illustrated with eight silk screen plates by Jacob Lawrence

Jacob Lawrence (September 7, 1917 – June 9, 2000) was an American painter; he was married to fellow artist Gwendolyn Knight. Lawrence referred to his style as "dynamic cubism", though by his own account the primary influence was not so much French art as the shapes and colors of Harlem.

Lawrence is among the best-known 20th-century African-American painters, a distinction shared with Romare Bearden. Lawrence was only in his twenties when his "Migration Series" made him nationally famous. A part of this series was featured in a 1941 issue of Fortune magazine. The series depicted the epic Great Migration of African Americans from the rural South to the urban North. The collection has been split into two parts for public viewing.

This edition was printed by Bruce Chandler and Daniel Keleher at the Wild Carrot Letterpress in Hadley, Massachusetts. The book was designed by Ben Schiff. The text was hand set in Foundry Optima Medium at the Golgonooza Letter Foundry, Ashuelot Village, New Hampshire. The eight original silkscreens were printed in eleven colors at The Studio Heinrici Ltd., New York City. The book was bound at Robert Burlen & Son.

Full-cloth black slipcase with stamped red lettering to spine displays light shelfwear. Case measures approximately 10.25" x 13.25". Club Newsletter specific to this volume is laid-in.
 
Lot 4234

$30

Title: The Works of Francis Rabelais. Translated from the French by Sir Thomas Urquhart and Motteux; with Explantory Notes, by Duchat, Ozell, and Others. A New Edition, Revised, and with Addtional Notes
Author:
Publisher: Bell & Daldy
City: London
Year: 1867
Binding Style: Hardcover
Number of Volumes: 2 Complete: Yes
Width: 5" Height: 7.5"
Condition / Notes: Antique set is bound in three quarter leather with marbled paper-covered boards. Spines display bright gilt lettering to panels and elaborate ornamental designs. Books show mild external wear. Binding is firm. Volumes have marbled endpapers and gilt top edges. Preliminary and title pages of both volumes have water markings to lower inside corners. Work is illustrated with frontispiece portraits of author and translator.
 
Lot 4235

$175

Title: Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America during the Years 1799-1804 by Alexander von Humboldt and Aime Bonfland
Author: Alexander von Humboldt - Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander Freiherr von Humboldt was a Prussian geographer, naturalist and explorer, and the younger brother of the Prussian minister, philosopher and linguist Wilhelm von Humboldt (1767–1835). Humboldt's quantitative work on botanical geography laid the foundation for the field of biogeography.

Between 1799 and 1804, Humboldt travelled extensively in Latin America, exploring and describing it for the first time in a manner generally considered to be a modern scientific point of view. His description of the journey was written up and published in an enormous set of volumes over 21 years. He was one of the first to propose that the lands bordering the Atlantic Ocean were once joined (South America and Africa in particular). Later, his five-volume work, "Kosmos" (1845), attempted to unify the various branches of scientific knowledge. Humboldt supported and worked with other scientists, including Joseph-Louis Gay-Lussac, Justus von Liebig, Louis Agassiz, Matthew Fontaine Maury and, most notably, Aimé Bonpland, with whom he conducted much of his scientific exploration.

Translator: Thomasina Ross
Publisher: George Routledge and Sons, Limited
City: London
Year: circa 1885
Printing Information: Other - see description
Binding Style: Hardcover
Number of Volumes: 3 Complete: Yes
Width: 5.5" Height: 7.75"
Condition / Notes: Antique volumes are bound in three-quarter leather with raised bands and marbled paper-covered boards. Books show external wear, with taping to spines. Boards and spine covers are detaching. Text blocks are intact. Lightly age-toned pages show occasional light pencil markings.
 
Lot 4236

$25

Title: Documentos para la historia economica en la epoca colonial: viajes e informes
Author: uncredited author
Editor: Antonio Arellano Moreno
Publisher: Academia Nacional de la Historia
City: Caracas
Year: 1970
Printing Information: First Edition
Binding Style: Perfect Binding
Pagination: xiv/552 pages
Width: 6.5" Height: 9"
Condition / Notes: Volume is bound in original printed wrappers. Book shows light external wear. Pages display occasional light pencil underlining and marginalia.  Folding map is laid in.
 
Lot 4237

$30

Book Details: This lot includes the group of books on New York state shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are Elen Hardin Walworth's "Battles of Saratoga, 1777" (Munsell's Sons, 1891, with folding map laid in) and John J. Vrooman's "Council Fire and Cannon" (Follett Publishing Co., 1962) signed by the author. Also present are author-signed "pictorial essays" by John Papp. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.

Condition / Notes: As with the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws.
 
Lot 4238

$450

Title: The Old Man and the Sea
Author: Ernest Miller Hemingway - Ernest Miller Hemingway was an American author and journalist. His distinctive writing style, characterized by economy and understatement, strongly influenced 20th-century fiction, as did his life of adventure and his public image. Hemingway produced most of his work between the mid-1920s and the mid-1950s, winning the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954. He published seven novels, six short story collections, and two non-fiction works during his lifetime; a further three novels, four collections of short stories, and three non-fiction works were published posthumously. Many of his works are classics of American literature.

Hemingway was born and raised in Oak Park, Illinois. After leaving high school, he worked for a few months as a reporter for The Kansas City Star, before leaving for the Italian front to become an ambulance driver during World War I. In 1918, he was seriously wounded and returned home within the year; his wartime experiences became the basis for his novel “A Farewell to Arms.” In 1922, Hemingway married Hadley Richardson, the first of his four wives, and the couple moved to Paris, where he worked as a foreign correspondent. During his time there, he met and was influenced by modernist writers and artists of the 1920s expatriate community known as the "Lost Generation". His first novel, ”The Sun Also Rises,” was published in 1926.

Shortly after the publication of “The Old Man and the Sea” in 1952, Hemingway went on safari to Africa, where he was almost killed in a plane crash that left him in pain or ill-health for much of the rest of his life. Hemingway had permanent residences in Key West, Florida, and Cuba during the 1930s and '40s, but in 1959 he moved from Cuba to Ketchum, Idaho, where he committed suicide in the summer of 1961.
Publisher: The Limited Editions Club
City: New York
Year: 1990
Printing Information: Signed Edition
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: 81 pages
Width: 15.5" Height: 11.25"
Book Details: "The Old Man and the Sea" is a novel written by the American author Ernest Hemingway in 1951 in Cuba, and published in 1952. It was the last major work of fiction to be produced by Hemingway and published in his lifetime. One of his most famous works, it centers upon Santiago, an aging fisherman who struggles with a giant marlin far out in the Gulf Stream. "The Old Man and the Sea" was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1953 and was cited by the Nobel Committee as contributing to the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Literature to Hemingway in 1954.
Condition / Notes: This is a scarce limited edition of this classic work of modern American literature, in a version based on its first appearance in Life magazine, with five photogravures inserted throughout, which are reproduced from the original negatives from the 1952 photos taken by celebrated photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt for Life Magazine. This limited edition is signed by Eisenstaedt and offers an introduction by Charles Scribner. This is number 375 of 600. Artist's signature appears in pencil on limitation page.

This oblong volume is bound in quarter leather with gilt lettering to spine. Volume is in excellent condition. This book is illustrated with 5 tissue-protected photogravures by Alfred Eisenstaedt (December 6, 1898 – August 24, 1995), a German-born American photographer and photojournalist, best known for his photograph capturing the celebration of V-J Day and for his candid photographs, frequently made using various models of a 35mm Leica rangefinder camera.

The text of this edition was set in monotype Romulus and printed at Typostudio Schumacher-Gebler in Munich. The photogravure plates have been made by Jon Goodman and the gravures were printed by Sara Krohn, R. E. Townsend, and at Wingate Studio on Archer Paper. The paper for the text was made at Cartiere Enrico Magnani. This book was designed by Benjamin Schiff.

Clamshell case with printed leather spine label and velvet lining is in fine condition. Club Newsletter specific to this volume is laid-in.
 
Lot 4239

$55

Book Details: This lot includes the group of Limited Editions Club books shown in the corresponding image(s). This collection contains titles by French authors, among which are Gustave Flaubert's "Salammbo" (1960, in slipcase) and a two-volume set of Saint Simon's memoirs (1959). These attractively illustrated books are signed by their illustrators. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.

Condition / Notes: As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. All of these books show light pencil markings to copyright page and, occasionally, to adjacent page and/or rear flyleaf. Stamped number in small print may appear at bottom of title page.
 
Lot 4240

$1,700

Title: Three Poems from Les fleurs du mal / The Flowers of Evil
Author: Charles Baudelaire - Charles Pierre Baudelaire was a French poet who produced notable work as an essayist, art critic, and pioneering translator of Edgar Allan Poe. His most famous work, "Les Fleurs du mal" (The Flowers of Evil), expresses the changing nature of beauty in modern, industrializing Paris during the 19th century. Baudelaire's highly original style of prose-poetry influenced a whole generation of poets including Paul Verlaine, Arthur Rimbaud and Stéphane Mallarme among many others. He is credited with coining the term "modernity" (modernite) to designate the fleeting, ephemeral experience of life in an urban metropolis, and the responsibility art has to capture that experience.

Publisher: The Limited Editions Club
City: New York
Year: 1997
Printing Information: Signed Edition
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: Unpaginated
Width: 14" Height: 14.75"
Book Details: "Les Fleurs du mal" is a volume of French poetry by Charles Baudelaire. First published in 1857, it was important in the symbolist and modernist movements. The subject matter of these poems deals with themes relating to decadence and eroticism.
Condition / Notes: This is scared limited edition of this signature work of nineteenth-century French literature. This edition is signed by celebrated photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson on limitation page. This is 228 of 300.

This volume is bound in full red cloth with printed paper label on front cover. Volume is in excellent condition. This book is illustrated with four full-page photogravure prints, printed on hand- made paper by Cartier-Bresson and selected by him especially for this edition.

Henri Cartier-Bresson (August 22, 1908 – August 3, 2004) was a French photographer considered to be the father of modern photojournalism. He was an early adopter of 35 mm format, and the master of candid photography. He helped develop the "street photography" or "life reportage" style that has influenced generations of photographers who followed.

This edition was designed, set in Monotype Walbaum and printed by Michael aand Winifred Bixler. The four photogravures were printed by Jon Goodman.

Clamshell case with stamped black lettering to spine label and velvet lining shows light sunning to spine. Box measures approximately 15" x 16.25".
 
Lot 4241

$80

Book Details: This lot includes the group of Documentary History of New York volumes in the corresponding image(s). These are number I to IV of this set containing papers and manuscripts relating to the early settlement of the state, encounters with Native Americans, biographies of historical figures, etc. Books are illustrated with plates and fold-out maps. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.

Condition / Notes: As with the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws.
 
Lot 4242

$40
This auction lot includes the following group of titles:

- Relaciones geograficas de Venezuela - Edited by Antonio Arellano Moreno - Dated 1964 by Academia Nacional de la Historia - First Edition - Title number 70 in the series Fuentes para la historia colonial de Venezuela.
- Fuero indigena venezolano - Edited by Joaquin Gabaldon Marquez - Dated 1954 by Ministerio de Justicia, Republica de Venezuela - First Edition Number of Volumes: 2 Complete: Yes
- Instruccion general y particular del estado presente de la Provincia de Venezuela en los anos de 1720 y 1721 by Pedro Jose de Olavarriaga - Dated 1965 by Academia Nacional de la Historia - First Edition - Title number 76 in the series Fuentes para la historia colonial de Venezuela.
- Impresos y mapas antiguos de Venezuela by Ivan Drenikoff - Dated 1975 by Ediciones del Congreso de la Republica
- Noticias historiales de Venezuela by Pedro Simon - Dated 1963 by Academia Nacional de la Historia - First Edition Number of Volumes: 2 Complete: Yes - Title number 66 in the series Fuentes para la historia colonial de Venezuela.
 
Lot 4243

$40

Book Details: This lot includes the group of books on Chinese history and culture shown in the corresponding image(s). This collection contains titles devoted to the cultivation of miniature trees, traditional painting, ancient agriculture and Communist political culture (booklet on what appears to be the mourning ceremonies for Zhou Enlai, inscribed by one of the photographers whose work appears in the volume). To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.
Condition / Notes: As with the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws.
 
Lot 4244

$45

Title: 17th and 18th Century Ship Models from the Kriegstein Collection
Author: Arnold Kriegstein, Henry Kriegstein
Publisher: Pier Books/Dupont Communications
City: Florence, Oregon
Year: 2007
Printing Information: First Printing
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: 215 pages
Width: 12.5" Height: 10.5"
Condition / Notes: Book and dust jacket are in excellent condition. Lavishly illustrated.
 
Lot 4245

$80

Book Details: This lot includes the group of books on Venezuelan history and geography shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are a library-bound xerox of the two-volume set of Jose Gumilla's "El Orinoco ilustrado y defendido" and the second volume of "Glosarios del bajo espanol en Venezuela" (1954). To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.
Condition / Notes: As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws.
 
Lot 4246

$140

Title: A Suite of Eight Woodcuts To Illustrate "Steppenwolf" by Hermann Hesse
Artist: Helmut Ackermann
Medium: Print
Features: Signature
Print Year: 1979
Width: 12.75" Height: 18.0"
Art Notes: This is a scarce limited edition of this series of woodcuts, number 125 of 200 individually numbered and signed by the Helmut Ackermann. Plates are loose as issued in cloth folder with ties.

Printed separately from the 1977 book edition which offered the woodcuts in black-and-white only; this was specially created by Ackermann for members of The Limited Editions Club by The Print Club of New York. New York, 1979.

This publication marked Ackermann's first appearance as a book illustrator in America.

"Steppenwolf" (orig. German "Der Steppenwolf") is the tenth novel by German-Swiss author Hermann Hesse. Originally published in Germany in 1927, it was first translated into English in 1929. Combining autobiographical and psychoanalytic elements, the novel was named after the lonesome wolf of the steppes. The story in large part reflects a profound crisis in Hesse's spiritual world in the 1920s while memorably portraying the protagonist's split between his humanity and his wolf-like aggression and homelessness.
Condition: Prints and folder are in excellent condition.
 
Lot 4247

$25

Title: Pemonton Taremuru (Los Taren de los indios Pemon)
Author: Cesareo de Armellada - Ecclesiastic who worked among the indigenous peoples of Venezuela and wrote the first grammar and dictionary of the Pemon language. He was a member of the Academia de la Lengua Espanola de Venezuela and professor at the Universidad Catolica Andres Bello.

The Pemon language is a Native American language of the Cariban family spoken by some 30,000 Pemon people, in Venezuela's Southeast, particularly in the Canaima National Park, in the Roraima State of Brazil and in Guyana.
Publisher: Universidad Catolica Andres Bello
City: Caracas
Year: 1972
Binding Style: Perfect Binding
Pagination: 333 pages
Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25"
Condition / Notes: This is a scarce annotated bilingual edition, with Spanish translation facing original Pemon texts.

Volume is bound in original printed wrappers. Book shows very mild shelfwear. Lightly age-toned pages are clean and without markings.
 
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