The Monday, April 4th “pick” auction features volumes on art, linguistics, philosophy, literary criticism, archeology, anthropology, fiction, birds, poetry, and history.
- Chaplin (1964). My Autobiography. Reprinted before publication, Signed by Chaplin on the half-title page.
- Wilberforce (1894). An Unrecorded Chapter of the Indian Mutiny. 1st
- Miller (1964). After the Fall. Second printing, Signed by Miller on the front fep.
- Morris (1864). A History of British Butterflies. Later printing. Seventy-one coloured plates.
- Lyte (1899). A History of Eaton College. Three quarter leather.
- Carver (1838). Carver’s Travels in Wisconsin. Third London Edition, missing the frontis.
- LaLauze (1884). A Handbook of Gastronomy. Later printing. Illustrated.
- Riker (1881). Harlem (City of New York) Its Origins and Early Annals. First edition. Ex library, with folded map.
- Browne (1913). The Conquest of Mount McKinley. First edition with folded map.
- Stuck (1914). The Ascent of Denali. First edition with folded map.
- Hunt (1953). The Ascent of Everest. First edition. Signed by Sir Edmund Hillary on the title page.
- Bossert (1924). Das Ornamentwerk. Colored plates.
- Rice and Brown (eds.) (1972). The American Campaigns of Rochambeau’s Army 1780 – 1783. Two volumes in slipcase Signed by both editors on the title page.
And much more.
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