The Monday, April 7th “pick” auction includes books on history, fiction, medicine, biography, poetry and children’s literature. Special Note: If you have an interest in economics, we will have a large collection of books from a retired professor of economics.
Of Interest: Douglass (1882). Life and Times of Frederick Douglass written by Himself; Flinn (1887). Campaigning with Banks and Sheridan; Pumpelly (1870). Across America and Asia: Notes on a 5 Years’ Journey Around the World; Prichard (1902). Through the Heart of Patagonia; Lay (1937, Signed). I Wanted Wings; Byrd (1930, Signed). Little America; Post (1908, Signed). Woven in Tapestry; Johnson (1932). Gutenberg and the Book of Books; Shiko (1964). One Hundred New Views of Japan Through Pictorial Woodcuts; Bolton (1848, 2 Vols.). A History of the County of Westchester; Brownell (1865). The Indian Races of North and South America; Cone (1876). Two Years in California; Markham (1914, Signed). California the Wonderful; Drake (1966, facsimile). The World Encompassed; Hayes (1880). New Colorado and the Santa Fe Trail; The 1926 Dulac illustrated The Nightingale and Other Stories and a 1750 copy of The Book of Common Prayers and the Administration of the Sacraments according to the Use of the Church of Ireland.
Note: In the event of bad weather call 1-860-908-8067 to confirm that the auction will be held
We are accepting consignments for future “pick” book auctions. Call Tom at 1-860-908-8067 to discuss your books and visit our website: cfabookauction.com to learn more about CFA Book Auctions and to be sure to read the webpages on “How to Sell Books.”