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Lot 1001

$250

Title: The Ports, Harbours, Watering-Places, and Coast Scenery of Great Britain. Illustrated by Views Taken on the Spot by W. H. Bartlettt; With Descriptions by William Beattie
Author: William Beattie
Publisher: George Virtue
City: London
Year: 1842
Printing Information: First Edition
Binding Style: Hardcover
Number of Volumes: 2 Complete: Yes
Width: 8.75" Height: 11"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: Antique set is bound in three-quarter leather, with marbled paper-covered boards, raised bands and gilt-lettered spine labels. Books show mild external wear, with minor chipping along edges and to covers of spine. Binding of first volume is cracked between blank preliminary pages. Books have marbled endpapers and edges. Foxing can be seen preliminary pages of both volumes. Scattered foxing is also visible throughout text and, in varying degrees, on plates.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $10.50
Lot 1002

$110

Title: History of the United States To Which Is Prefixed a Brief Historical Account of Our [English] Ancestors, from the Dispersion at Babel, to Their Migration to America and of the Conquest of South America by the Spaniards
Author: Noah Webster - Noah Webster, Jr. was a lexicographer, textbook pioneer, English spelling reformer, political writer, editor, and prolific author. He has been called the "Father of American Scholarship and Education." His blue-backed speller books taught five generations of American children how to spell and read, secularizing their education. According to Ellis (1979) he gave Americans "a secular catechism to the nation-state." His name became synonymous with "dictionary," especially the modern Merriam-Webster dictionary that was first published in 1828 as "An American Dictionary of the English Language."
Publisher: Durrie & Peck
City: New Haven
Year: 1833
Printing Information: Other - see description
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: 324 pages
Width: 4" Height: 6"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: Antique volume is bound in quarter leather, with printed paper-covered boards. Book shows external wear, with cracking along spine edges and rubbing to covers. Minor loss can be seen at corners of boards. Front board is nearly detached. Previous owner's signature appears at top of front flyleaf, offsetting is also visible from newspaper clipping pasted on following page. Gift inscription appears on preliminary blank page. Pages display foxing throughout. A small number of pages have marginalia. Contains numerous textual illustrations.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 1003

$100

Details: This lot includes the original large antique Remington print in period oak fame shown in the corresponding image(s). Artist signature appears in plate, under image. Quality of paper indicates this to be an early twentieth-century print. In addition, it has as its companion piece a work in identical frame with clearly stated copyright of 1901 (by Robert Howard Russell). To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.
Condition / Notes: Print has had approximately one inch trimmed off bottom edge. Small closed tear and crease can be seen at mid-section of left side. Piece is otherwise well-preserved under glass, with bright colors, and inner frame that shows minor loss of material at most interior rim. Outside frame displays light wear. Framed print measures approximately 21.5" x 25.5".

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $29.50
Lot 1004

$250

Details: This small Victorian photograph album measures only 5" x 6" x 1", but is completely filled with 17 very fine quality pictures of Henry J. Van Lennep, his wife, and their children. These professionally made pictures were taken in Hartford, CT and Great Barrington, MA studios, and are about evenly divided between head shots and full-body poses, including a hand-tinted one of a deceased toddler. The embossed album is finished with a beautifully ornate brass clasp.

Henry J. Van Lennep (1815-1889) was a noted nineteenth century minister, missionary, writer, illustrator, and educator. Born in Smyrna, Van Lennep was educated in the U.S. but returned to Turkey upon ordination, where he served as missionary for 29 years. During this time, he traveled extensively throughout western Asia and Egypt, aided by his proficiency in many languages. A skillful artist, he wrote and illustrated several books based on his travels. Published during a time when public curiosity about "the Orient" was high, these books were very popular, showing the scenery, people, and customs of Asia Minor, and discussing these elements with Biblical and archaeological references. He also illustrated scientific texts with the noted geologist and President of Amherst College, Edward Hitchcock. After losing his sight in 1869, he returned to the U.S., where he spent the last twenty years of his life teaching natural sciences and languages at Ingham University, a women's college in Le Roy, New York, and later serving as co-principal at the Sedgwick Institute in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, with his son, Edward.

The provenance of this material can be traced directly back to Henry Van Lennep through four generations of his descendants.

To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.

Condition / Notes: This album shows wear around the edges, but is otherwise in very good condition, with a firm binding and undamaged pictures.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $6.50
Lot 1005

$60

Details: This antique, leather-clad fire bucket was decorated with a coat-of-arms decal, but much of that has worn off. Made of heavy galvanized steel, the bucket is 12" tall, and its leather handle adds another 8-1/2" to its height. The top diameter is 10-14". This item came to us directly from the Van Lennep family estate.

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Condition / Notes: This fire bucket is in generally good condition. Much of the decal has been lost, but the leather covering is not dried out, the handle is intact, and the bucket is not dented.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $12.50
Lot 1006

$120

Title: The Life of Dr. Benjamin Franklin
Author: Benjamin Franklin - Dr. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. A noted polymath, Franklin was a leading author, printer, political theorist, politician, postmaster, scientist, musician, inventor, satirist, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat. As a scientist, he was a major figure in the American Enlightenment and the history of physics for his discoveries and theories regarding electricity. He invented the lightning rod, bifocals, the Franklin stove, a carriage odometer, and the glass 'armonica'. He formed both the first public lending library in America and the first fire department in Pennsylvania.

Franklin earned the title of "The First American" for his early and indefatigable campaigning for colonial unity; as an author and spokesman in London for several colonies, then as the first United States Ambassador to France, he exemplified the emerging American nation. Franklin was foundational in defining the American ethos as a marriage of the practical and democratic values of thrift, hard work, education, community spirit, self-governing institutions, and opposition to authoritarianism both political and religious, with the scientific and tolerant values of the Enlightenment. In the words of historian Henry Steele Commager, "In a Franklin could be merged the virtues of Puritanism without its defects, the illumination of the Enlightenment without its heat." To Walter Isaacson, this makes Franklin "the most accomplished American of his age and the most influential in inventing the type of society America would become."
Publisher: Josiah Parks
City: Montpelier, Vermont
Year: 1809
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: 202 pages
Width: 4.5" Height: 7"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: Antique volume is bound in full leather, with gilt-lettered spine label. Book shows external wear, with scuffing and soiling to covers. Minor loss of material is visible at ends of spine and at outside corners. Binding is sound. Faint water markings appear at ends of text block. Previous owner's name is written at top margin of front flyleaf. Pages display scattered foxing.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 1007

$300

Details: This antique wool Navajo rug bears a relatively complex design in five colors: taupe (grayish brown), tan, ivory, red, and brown. Tinted with natural vegetable dyes, the colors are simultaneously rich and soft. The rug measures 57-1/2" x 100", or roughly 5' x 8', and is part of the Van Lennep family estate.

To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.

Henry J. Van Lennep (1815-1889) was a noted nineteenth century minister, missionary, writer, illustrator, and educator. Born in Smyrna, Van Lennep was educated in the U.S. but returned to Turkey upon ordination, where he served as missionary for 29 years. During this time, he traveled extensively throughout western Asia and Egypt, aided by his proficiency in many languages. A skillful artist, he wrote and illustrated several books based on his travels. Published during a time when public curiosity about "the Orient" was high, these books were very popular, showing the scenery, people, and customs of Asia Minor, and discussing these elements with Biblical and archaeological references. He also illustrated scientific texts with the noted geologist and President of Amherst College, Edward Hitchcock. After losing his sight in 1869, he returned to the U.S., where he spent the last twenty years of his life teaching natural sciences and languages at Ingham University, a women's college in Le Roy, New York, and later serving as co-principal at the Sedgwick Institute in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, with his son, Edward.





Condition / Notes: This rug in generally good, usable condition, with a few caveats: there are stains on one tan medallion, and the rug needs to be cleaned. In addition, the edges have several small tears, and there are a number of finger-sized holes scattered around the rug. Please examine the photographs.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $21.50
Lot 1008

$30

Title: The Political and Confidential Correspondence of Lewis XVI with Observations on Each Letter
Author: Helen Maria Williams - Helen Maria Williams was a British novelist, poet, and translator of French-language works. A religious dissenter, she was a supporter of abolitionism and of the ideals of the French Revolution; she was imprisoned in Paris during the Reign of Terror, but nonetheless spent much of the rest of her life in France.

A controversial figure in her own time, the young Williams was favorably portrayed in a 1787 poem by William Wordsworth, but (especially at the height of the French Revolution) she was portrayed by other writers as irresponsibly politically radical and even as sexually wanton.
Publisher: H. Caritat
City: New York
Year: 1803
Printing Information: First Edition
Binding Style: Other - see description
Number of Volumes: 3 Complete: Yes
Width: 5.75" Height: 8.75"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: First two volumes lack boards. Third volume is bound in paper-covered boards. Books show external wear. Chipping can be seen on spine of third volume. Bindings are sound. Previous owner's name appears on blank preliminary pages. Pages display scattered foxing.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 1009

$325

Details: There are at least 450 cards in this very special postcard lot. The antique ones are particularly nice, and some of them are unusual. In addition to many extra-fine quality postcards, most of which celebrate holidays, there are 15 special postcards hand-decorated with embossing, embroidery, velvet fabric, ribbon or glitter.

Interestingly, there are a half-dozen postcards that have become accidental palimpsests of the past. The velvet-trimmed cards have identical gold-printed frames, with corners decorated with good luck symbols: an anchor, a horseshoe, and a four-leaf clover; but on every card the emblem on the fourth corner has been torn off. Only one card bears the faintly embossed remains of the missing sign: it was a swastika. Obviously the card was manufactured when the swastika was a benign symbol of good luck, and forty years later someone couldn't bear the sight of it.

The vintage category also contain some interesting items, including hand-tinted real photo cards, many with greetings in Italian, colorful chromolithographs, girlie or risque cards, scenes of Oswego, NY and other localities, and about 15 postcard folders. One card is a stereotypical piece of Black Americana, and other shows a Chinese man whose robe is made of real Chinese postage stamps.

To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.
Condition / Notes: These condition of these cards ranges from good to excellent, with most in the very good range. Most of the more special cards are protected in individual glassine envelopes.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $14.50
Lot 1010

$140

Title: The South since the War: As Shown by Fourteen Weeks of Travel and Observation in Georgia and the Carolinas
Author: Sidney Andrews
Publisher: Ticknor and Fields
City: Boston
Year: 1866
Printing Information: First Edition
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: 400 pages
Width: 5" Height: 7.5"
Book Details: "In the fall of 1865, Sidney Andrews, a northern-Illinois-based journalist, set out to take stock of the post-war South, traveling extensively in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia-attending state constitutional conventions and speaking with people from a variety of backgrounds. His scathing assessment gave ammunition to those advocating a more aggressive Northern hand in Reconstruction: he wrote disparagingly of a widespread lack of education and culture, an undemocratic caste system, festering racial tensions, and entrenched anti-Union sentiment.

His reports were published in The Atlantic and elsewhere, and the topic proved to be of such interest to Northern readers that some of his writings were gathered in an 1866 book, The South Since the War.

In the congressional elections that year, advocates of much harsher policies toward the South swept to power, and for the following decade-known as the years of "Radical Reconstruction"-the South would be subjected to firm rules imposed by Congress." (Introduction by Sage Stossel to the on-line text on Atlantic Montly website).
Condition / Notes: Antique volume is bound in blind-stamped green cloth, with bright gilt lettering to spine. Book shows light external wear. Binding is firm. Preliminary pages, including title page, and initial pages of text display light foxing. Pages are otherwise clean and without markings.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 1011

$50

Details: This set of antique bells was designed to be mounted on a horse's harness, usually the lead horse in a team. Although typically called Conestoga bells, they were used on all types of carriages, wagons, and buggies. This set is still beautifully melodious, with bells of three different sizes providing different pitches. The bells are attached to an wrought iron frame with mounting spikes, and the frame is covered with leather wrappings. The bells and frame measure 18" x 15" x 5". This item is from the Van Lennep family estate.

Henry J. Van Lennep (1815-1889) was a noted nineteenth century minister, missionary, writer, illustrator, and educator. Born in Smyrna, Van Lennep was educated in the U.S. but returned to Turkey upon ordination, where he served as missionary for 29 years. During this time, he traveled extensively throughout western Asia and Egypt, aided by his proficiency in many languages. A skillful artist, he wrote and illustrated several books based on his travels. Published during a time when public curiosity about "the Orient" was high, these books were very popular, showing the scenery, people, and customs of Asia Minor, and discussing these elements with Biblical and archaeological references. He also illustrated scientific texts with the noted geologist and President of Amherst College, Edward Hitchcock. After losing his sight in 1869, he returned to the U.S., where he spent the last twenty years of his life teaching natural sciences and languages at Ingham University, a women's college in Le Roy, New York, and later serving as co-principal at the Sedgwick Institute in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, with his son, Edward.

The provenance of this material can be traced directly back to Henry Van Lennep through four generations of his descendants.

To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction.

Condition / Notes: The iron frame shows oxidation, but is structurally sound. The leather harness material is dried out. The middle-sized bell has a 3/4" tight crack which has made it sound somewhat tinny.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $17.50
Lot 1012

$55

Book Details: This lot includes the group of books on European nautical history shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are a facsimile reprint of Paul Lecene's "Les marins de la Republique et de l'Empire (1793-1815)" (Cornmarket Press Limited, 1971), and James Anthony Froude's "English Seamen in the Sixteenth Century: Lectures Delivered at Oxford Easter Terms, 1893-4" (Longmans, Green, and Co., 1898), with detached front board. 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.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $12.50
Lot 1013

$50

Book Details: This lot includes the group of books on American political history shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are Chang-Wei Chiu's "The Speaker of the House of Representatives since 1896" (Columbia U. P., 1928. in dust jacket) and Sanford W. Higginbotham's "The Keystone in the Democratic Arch: Pennsylvania Politics, 1800-1816" (Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1952). 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.


For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $12.50
Lot 1014

$20

Book Details: This lot includes the group of antique books on state histories shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are a two-volume "New York: The Planting and the Growth of the Empire State" (Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1887) by Ellis H. Roberts, and Joshua W. Caldwell's "Studies in the Constitutional History of Tennessee" (The Robert Clarke Company, 1895). It should be noted that four of these volumes belong to the series "American Commonwealth," with fold-out color maps at front of volumes. 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.


For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $8.50
Lot 1015

$275

Title: League of the Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee or Iroquois
Author: Lewis H. Morgan - Lewis Henry Morgan was a pioneering American anthropologist and social theorist, a railroad lawyer and capitalist. He is best known for his work on kinship and social structure, his theories of social evolution, and his ethnography of the Iroquois. Interested in what holds societies together, he proposed the concept that the earliest human domestic institution was the matrilineal clan, not the patriarchal family; the idea was accepted by most pre-historians and anthropologists throughout the late nineteenth century.

Also interested in what leads to social change, he was a contemporary of the European social theorists Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, who were influenced by reading his work on social structure and material culture, the influence of technology on progress. Morgan is the only American social theorist to be cited by such diverse scholars as Marx, Charles Darwin, and Sigmund Freud. Elected as a member of the National Academy of Sciences, Morgan served as president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 1879.

Morgan was a Republican member of the New York State Assembly (Monroe Co., 2nd D.) in 1861, and of the New York State Senate in 1868 and 1869.
Publisher: Sage & Brother, Publishers
City: Rochester
Year: 1851
Printing Information: First Edition
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: xviii/477 pages
Width: 6.5" Height: 9.25"
Book Details: This work presents the complexity of Iroquois society in a path-breaking ethnography that was a model for future anthropologists, as Morgan presented the kinship system of the Iroquois with unprecedented nuance.
Condition / Notes: Antique volume has been rebound in full leather, with bright gilt lettering to red spine label. Binding is in excellent condition. Antique library stamp appears in upper right corner of title page, with lower half presenting small closed tear. No other institutional markings or additions are visible. Pages show occasional light foxing. Illustrated with a frontispiece and 21 plates (including intact fold-out plate with caption "Ga-Ka-ah or Skirt") and numerous in-text illustrations. Large fold-out map at front of volume displays tears along folds and repairs. Fold-out plate at rear entitled "Table Exhibiting the Dialectical Variations of the Language of the Iroquois" has separated between first and second fold (along the division between columns showing Cayuga and Onondaga dialects).

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 1016

$90

Title: Eldridge's Coast Pilot
Author:
Publisher: S. Thaxter and Son
City: Boston
Year: 1883-1884
Binding Style: Hardcover
Width: 6.5" Height: 9.5"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: Volumes are subtitled " No. 1 Eastern Section. From Chatham to Canso, N. S. including Bay of Fundy" and "No. 2 Southern Section. From Chatham to the Rio Grande."

Volumes are bound in blind-stamped full leather, with gilt-lettered spine labels. Books show external wear, with front board of number 2 detached. All remaining hinges are weak, with boards loosely attached. Text blocks are intact. Pages are clean and without markings. Paper slips, colored yellow or pink, are laid/tipped in. Illustrated advertisements appear at the end of each volume.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $9.50
Lot 1017

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

- Elements et pratique de l'architecture navale, 1805 by David Steel, David Steel - Dated 2001 by Le Chasse-Maree/ArMen - First EditionGray-cloth clamshell folio folder contains full-sized reproduction of 38 folded plates, with English-language text on plates. Folder and plates are in excellent condition.
- ELEMENTS ET PRATIQUE DE L'ARCHITECTURE NAVALE 1805 2001 by David Steel This is a new book.


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Lot 1018

$25

Book Details: This lot includes the group of books shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are volume II of "A Dictionary, Practical, Theoretical, and Historical, of Commerce and Commercial Navigation" (Thomas Wardle, 1845) by J. R. McColloch, edited by Henry Vethake, and "Causes of the Reduction of American Tonnage and the Decline of Navigation Interests, Being the Report of the Select Committee Made to the House of Representatives of the United States on the 17th of February, 1870" (Government Printing Office, 1870). 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.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $10.50
Lot 1019

$25

Book Details: This lot includes the group of art and photography exhibit catalogues shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are "James Hendricks: A Travelling Exhibition. Recent Paintings & Drawings" (1993), "Salvador Dali" (Stadtische Galerie und Stadelsches Kunstinstitut, 1974), and Richard J. Wattenmaker's "Puvis de Chavannes and Modern Tradition" (Art Gallery of Ontario, 1975). 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 the shelf lots, these items are generally in good, intact condition with some age/wear indications; older items are more likely to have advanced flaws.


For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $18.50
Lot 1020

$45

Book Details: This lot includes the group of antique books on nautical history and literature shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are Sir Henry F. Woods's "Spunyarn from the Strands of a Sailor's Life Afloat and Ashore: Forty-Seven Years under the Ensigns of Great Britain and Turkey" (Hutchinson & Co., 1924, in two volumes) and Sir Frederick Treves' "The Cradle of the Deep: An Account of a Voyage to the West Indies" (E. P. Dutton and Company, Inc., 1934, in tattered dust jacket). 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.

For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $13.50
Lot 1021

$45

Book Details: This lot of decorative antique and vintage books on Christianity ranges from devotional works aimed to personally inspire to more historical and scholarly studies, such as "The Christian Platonism of Alexandria." One leather-bound inspirational book from 1854 has the loveliest, colored, fold-out engraving (see photo). Also included is a limited-edition novel from 1928, "St. Christopher's Day."

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.


For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $12.50
Lot 1022

$20

Title: The Writings of James Russell Lowell in Ten Volumes
Author: James Russell Lowell - James Russell Lowell was an American Romantic poet, critic, editor, and diplomat. He is associated with the Fireside Poets, a group of New England writers who were among the first American poets who rivaled the popularity of British poets. These poets usually used conventional forms and meters in their poetry, making them suitable for families entertaining at their fireside.

Lowell graduated from Harvard College in 1838, despite his reputation as a troublemaker, and went on to earn a law degree from Harvard Law School. He published his first collection of poetry in 1841 and married Maria White in 1844. He and his wife had several children, though only one survived past childhood. The couple soon became involved in the movement to abolish slavery, with Lowell using poetry to express his antislavery views and taking a job in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as the editor of an abolitionist newspaper. After moving back to Cambridge, Lowell was one of the founders of a journal called The Pioneer, which lasted only three issues. He gained notoriety in 1848 with the publication of "A Fable for Critics," a book-length poem satirizing contemporary critics and poets. The same year, he published "The Biglow Papers," which increased his fame. He went on to publish several other poetry collections and essay collections throughout his literary career.

Maria White died in 1853, and Lowell accepted a professorship of languages at Harvard in 1854; he continued to teach there for twenty years. He traveled to Europe before officially assuming his role in 1856. He married his second wife, Frances Dunlap, shortly thereafter in 1857. That year Lowell also became editor of The Atlantic Monthly. It was not until 20 years later that Lowell received his first political appointment, the ambassadorship to Spain. He was later appointed ambassador to England. He spent his last years in Cambridge, in the same estate where he was born, and died there in 1891.

Lowell believed that the poet played an important role as a prophet and critic of society. He used poetry for reform, particularly in abolitionism. However, Lowell's commitment to the antislavery cause wavered over the years, as did his opinion on African-Americans. Lowell attempted to emulate the true Yankee accent in the dialogue of his characters, particularly in "The Biglow Papers." This depiction of the dialect, as well as Lowell's many satires, was an inspiration to writers like Mark Twain and H.L. Mencken.
Publisher: Houghton , Mifflin and Company
City: Boston
Year: 1893-1895
Binding Style: Hardcover
Number of Volumes: 12 Complete: Yes
Width: 5.5" Height: 8"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: Though stated to be in ten volumes, this collection has two additional volumes published in uniform format added to it, namely "Latest Literary Essays & Addresses" (1894) and "The Old English Dramatists" (1894).

Antique set is bound in burgundy cloth, with gilt lettering to spines. Books show external wear, with markings to spines and covers. Tightly bound volumes with gilt top edges display foxing to preliminary pages, including title pages. Each volume is illustrated with tissue-guarded frontispiece.

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Lot 1023

$20

Book Details: These books on theatre history promise to be as entertaining as their subject. Included is a sketchbook of famous actors and actresses of the mid-20th century; location-specific accounts, i.e., history of the theatre in the Soviet Ukraine, in 18th c. Charleston, and in St. Louis between 1820 and 1840. Two dramatists, Thomas Sheridan and Giambattista Deela Porta, are considered; and the last volume is a book of essays on the ancient theatre by Bernard Knox.

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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.


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Lot 1024

$35

Book Details: This lot includes the group of antique books on the U. S. Navy shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are J. Fenimore Cooper's "History of the Navy of the United States of America" (G. P. Putnam & Co., 1853), a three-volumes-in-one edition with 7 engravings, 5 portraits and 2 maps, and "Notes on the Year's Naval Progress: Annual of the Office of Naval Intelligence, Compiled for the Use of Naval Officers and Others. July, 1892." (Government Printing Office, 1892). 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.

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Lot 1025

$25

Book Details: This lot includes the group of books shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are "Un francais en Virginie: voyages d'un francois exile pour la religion. Avec une description de la Virginie & Marilan dans l'Amerique" (Droz/Johns Hopkins Press, 1932), signed by editor Gilbert Chinard, and "Life Was Never Dull" (Syracuse U. P., 1953) by Arthur Judson Brewster. 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.


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Lot 1026

$35

Title: Domestic Medicine: or, a Treatise on the Prevention and Cure of Diseases by Regimen and Simple Medicines. With an Appendix, Containing a Dispensatory for the Use of Private Practitioners - William Buchan
Author: William Buchan
Publisher: Phelps and Farnham and Nathaniel S. Simpkins
City: Boston
Year: 1825
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: viii/652 and 4 pages of publisher's advertisements
Width: 5.75" Height: 9.25"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: Antique volume is bound in full leather, with gilt-lettered spine label. Boards show rubbing. Cracking can be seen on spine. Binding is slightly shaken. Previous owner's name appears on front flyleaf. Water markings can be seen at edges of preliminary pages and first pages of text, as well as rear endpaper, index and advertisements at rear. Pages display occasional foxing.

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Lot 1027

$25
This auction lot includes the following group of titles:

- The New Industrial State by John Kenneth Galbraith - Dated 1967 by Houghton Mifflin Company - Signed EditionBook Club Edition signed, inscribed and dated (1971) by author on front flyleaf. Book and dust jacket show light wear. Laid in is a letter from Galbraith's office at Harvard University indicating autographing and return of book.
- The Right and the Power: The Prosecution of Watergate by Leon Jaworski - Dated 1976 by Reader's Digest Press - Signed EditionSigned and inscribed by author on front flyleaf. Book is in excellent condition. Dust jacket shows light shelfwear, with remnants of price sticker in upper right corner of front panel.
- Economics for the Power Age: A Statement of First Principles by Scott Nearing - Dated 1952 by The John Day Company - Signed EditionFirst edition signed and inscribed by author on front flyleaf. Book and dust jacket show light wear.


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Lot 1028

$30

Book Details: While this lot is dominated by antique books on philosophy and aesthetics by Emerson ("Books, Art, Eloquence") and Ruskin ("The True and the Beautiful," "Letters to Charles Eliot Norton"), 19th c. women's writings, less ethereal and more temporal, are also included. Mrs. Ellis' "Guide to Social Happiness" (1855), "Famous Types of Womanhood," and Mrs. Jameson's commonplace book fill out the lot.

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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.


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Lot 1029

$110

Title: An Authentic Narrative of the Loss of the American Brig Commerce, Wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa, in the Month of August, 1815. With an Account of the Sufferings of the Surviving Officers and Crew, Who Were Enslaved by the Wandering Arabs of the Great African Desart, or Zahahrah; and Observations Historical, Geographical, &c. Made during the Travels of the Author, While a Slave to the Arabs, and in the Empire of Morocco. Preceded by a Brief Sketch of the Author's Life; and Concluded by a Description of the Famous City of Tombuctoo, on the River Niger, and of Another Large City, Far South of It, on the Same River, Called Wassanah; Narrated to the Author at Mogadore, by Sidi Hamet, the Arab Merchant. With an Arabic and English Vocabulary.
Author:
Publisher: T. & W. Mercein
City: New York
Year: 1817
Printing Information: First Edition
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: xiv/554 pages plus 16 pages of glossary
Width: 5.75" Height: 8.75"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: Antique volume is bound in full leather, with gilt-lettered spine label. Book shows external wear, with rubbing, cracking to edges of spine, minor loss at ends of spine and corners of boards. Hinges are cracked. Front flyleaf is detached. Interior shows foxing and water markings to initial pages. Illustrated with frontispiece portrait of the author and full-page plates. Fold-out map of Africa is remarkably well preserved. Contains an Arab and English vocabulary at rear of volume.

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Lot 1030

$50

Title: Western Wilds, and the Men Who Redeem Them. An Authentic Narrative, Embracing an Account of Seven Years Travel and Adventure in the Far West; Wild Life in Arizona; Perils of the Plains; Life in the Canon and Death in the Desert; Thrilling Scenes and Romantic Incidents in the Lives of Western Pioneers; Adventures among the Red and White Savages of the West; A Full Account of the Mountain Meadow Massacre; The Custer Defeat; Life and Death of Brigham Young, Etc.
Author: J. H. Beadle - John Hanson Beadle, journalist and author, was born in Liberty township, Parke County, Indiana, Mar. 14, 1840, son of James Ward and Elizabeth (Bright) Beadle. As a youth of twenty-one he enlisted in the 31st Indiana infantry for the Civil War, serving as a private until 1862, when he was discharged for disability. He then entered the State University of Michigan, where he studied law in addition to his regular subjects, and was graduated in 1867. He was admitted to the bar, but afer practicing in Evansville, Indiana for one year, abandoned that profession for the career of a journalist. His first newspaper work was done for the Cincinnnati Commercial following which he spent eight years in the far West, the first year as editor of the Salt Lake Reporter. His "Life in Utah," "Western Wilds and the Men Who Redeem Them," and "The Undeveloped West" are the results of his experiences in the western states. In the latter years of his life he wrote editorials and historical and political articles for the American Press Association. Subsequently he made an extended tour of Canada and Nova Scotia and in 1890, through Europe. Out of this latter experience came "A Hoosier Abroad." He was married Dec. 25, 1872, to Jennie, daughter of James Cole, of Evansville, Indiana, and had five children: Helen Marjorie; James Ward; Bessie Cole; Mary Eliza; and John Bookwalter Beadle. He died in Washington, D.C., Jan. 15, 1897.

National Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Vol. 27, pp. 344-345
Publisher: Jones Brothers & Company
City: Cincinnati
Year: 1878
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: 624 pages
Width: 7.25" Height: 9.75"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: Antique volume is bound in dark brown cloth over bevelled boards, with elaborate decorative designs in gilt and black to spine and front cover. Book shows mild external wear. Binding is firm. Previous owner's bookplate appears on front pastedown. Pages display occasional marginal foxing and/or smudging. Illustrated with well-preserved double-page color map as frontispiece, plates and a large number of in-text illustrations.

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Lot 1031

$20
This auction lot includes the following group of titles:

- Description de l'art de la mature by Charles Romme - Dated 1972 by Editions des 4 Seigneurs - Limited EditionThis is a scarce limited edition of this facsimile of the 1778 original. This is copy number 233 of 500.


Volume shows cracking along front gutter and detachment of bottom portion of spine cover (now laid in). Interior is clean and bright. Well-preserved plates, including large fold-out.
- L'art de la voilure by Charles Romme - Dated 1972 by Editions des 4 Seigneurs - Limited EditionThis is a scarce limited edition of this facsimile of the 1781 original. This is copy number 369 of 500.

Volume shows cracking along front gutter. Interior is clean and bright.


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Lot 1032

$20

Book Details: This lot includes the group of decoratively bound antique children's books shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are "Kate Morris" (Walker, Wise, and Company, 1864) by Frances West Atherton Pike, and "Tom's Opinion: A Story of a Boy's School" (A. L. Burt Company, Publishers, n.d.). 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.



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Lot 1033

$40

Book Details: This lot includes the group of antique magazine compilations & issues shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are Volume XIII of "The Ladies' Repository: A Monthly Periodical, Devoted to Literature and Religion" (L Swormstedt and A. Poe, 1853), with numerous plates, and volumes XXVII & XXVIII of "Merry's Museum and Parley's Magazine" (S. T. Allen & Co., 1854), also containing plates and in-text illustrations. 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 the shelf lots, these items are generally in good, intact condition with some age/wear indications; older items are more likely to have advanced flaws.

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Lot 1034

$15

Book Details: This lot consists of five, first editions by a popular novelist of the 1920s, Margaret Deland. Three of them still have their dust jackets. 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.


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Lot 1035

$120

Book Details: This large lot of books on nautical and maritime history includes volumes on the history of seamanship and merchant traffic. Related topics include histories of the Royal Navy, naval activities in the Indian Ocean, mutinies at sea, etc.

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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.


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Lot 1036

$275

Title: The Bible
Author: uncredited author
Publisher: Harper & Bros.
City: New York
Year: 1846
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: 1288
Width: 10" Height: 13"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: This is a very fine quality Victorian-era Bible was originally a gift presented to the Rev. Isaac Bird and his family. (They were related to the Van Lennep family, from whose estate this volume comes.) In addition to profuse and beautifully executed steel engravings, this Bible features the Apocrypha -- unusual for a Protestant Bible -- a concordance, index, glossary of names, tables of weights and measures, etc. The pages on which the family would record genealogical information (births, deaths, marriages) are blank. The front cover of this Bible is stamped with a picture of Trinity Church in Manhattan, and the back cover shows celebrants at an altar and Biblical symbols.

Tucked into the pages of this Bible are three items, examples of Victorian ladies' handwork: a silk bookmark decorated with punchwork embroidery, a cut paper religious decoration, and a lovely pen and ink drawing (8-3/4" x 11-1/2") dated 24 August 1858.

The front board has separated from this Bible, which is otherwise in good condition.

Henry J. Van Lennep (1815-1889) was a noted nineteenth century minister, missionary, writer, illustrator, and educator. Born in Smyrna, Van Lennep was educated in the U.S. but returned to Turkey upon ordination, where he served as missionary for 29 years. During this time, he traveled extensively throughout western Asia and Egypt, aided by his proficiency in many languages. A skillful artist, he wrote and illustrated several books based on his travels. Published during a time when public curiosity about "the Orient" was high, these books were very popular, showing the scenery, people, and customs of Asia Minor, and discussing these elements with Biblical and archaeological references. He also illustrated scientific texts with the noted geologist and President of Amherst College, Edward Hitchcock. After losing his sight in 1869, he returned to the U.S., where he spent the last twenty years of his life teaching natural sciences and languages at Ingham University, a women's college in Le Roy, New York, and later serving as co-principal at the Sedgwick Institute in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, with his son, Edward.

The provenance of this material can be traced directly back to Henry Van Lennep through four generations of his descendants.

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Lot 1037

$20

Title: Den danske og norske somagt fra de aeldste tider indtil vore dage. Populaere skildringer
Author: J. C. Tuxen
Publisher: P. G. Philipsens Forlag
City: Copenhagen
Year: 1875
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: 674 pages
Width: 6.5" Height: 9.5"
Book Details:
Condition / Notes: Antique volume is bound in three-quarter leather, with marbled paper-covered boards and gilt lettering and decorative designs to spine. Book shows mild external wear, with chipping to gilt-lettered spine panel and minor loss at extremities of boards. Binding is firm. Mild spotting can be seen on endpapers. Pages and plates display varying degrees of foxing Profusely illustrated with vignettes, textual illustrations and (tissue-guarded) plates, a small number (including frontispiece) of which are in color.

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Lot 1038

$90

Title: The 24-Gun Frigate Pandora, 1779
Author: John McKay, Ron Coleman
Publisher: Phoenix Publications Inc.
City: Cedarburg, Wisconsin
Year: 1992
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: 128 pages
Width: 10.25" Height: 10"
Book Details: Title is the series Anatomy of the Ship.
Condition / Notes: Volumes and dust jackets are in excellent condition. Profusely illustrated with plans, drawings and b&w photographs.

Please note that this lot contains24 copies of THE SAME TITLE. Half of these books still in shrink wrap



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Lot 1039

$25

Book Details: This lot of decorative antique novels contains some real potboilers, like "A Professional Lover," by 'Gyp' (translated by Mrs. Edward Lees Coffey). Other authors include the more decorous lady of literature Fannie Eden, as well as Gouverneur Morris, Francis Lynde, James Lane Allen, and Adelbert Clark.

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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.


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Lot 1040

$40

Details: This very large lot of antique sheet music, most of it beautifully engraved, dates from the second half of the 19th century. It provides an entertaining mirror to the popular culture of the day, when the only way to listen to the latest hits was to learn to play their piano transcriptions or other instrumental arrangements. Selections include favorite composers like John Philip Sousa and Carl Krause (signed), an American imitation of "The Mikado." Women composers are also represented. Much of the music is written for piano or flute, but organ, violin, mandolin, etc. are also indicated. Rounding out the lot is a copy of "Kunkel's Musical Review" dated 1884.

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Condition / Notes: These pieces show wear consistent with their age. Most covers are present, but may be detached.


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Lot 1041

$25

Book Details: This lot includes the group of collectible vintage and antique poetry books shown in the corresponding image(s). Among the titles in this collection are "Hidden Sense: Seek and Find; or, Double Acrostics" (Frederick Warne and Co., 1867), edited by E. R. Babington, and "Poems and the Spring of Joy" (E. P. Dutton & Company, Inc., 1929) by Mary Webb. 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.




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