The Tuesday September 18th “pick” auction continues the sale of the contents of one of the oldest bookstores in New England and other consigners. There will be lovely art books, several prints (some signed), history, science and technology, general fiction (some signed), mystery (some signed), biography, travel and adventure, poetry, medical books, and two tables of ephemera. Check the website for photos. Of interest: Darwin, Francis (ed.), (1888, 3 Vols.). “The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin.” Knapp, Samuel L. (1842). “Female Biographies containing notices of Distinguished Women.” Stevenson, Robert L. (1896). “Poems and Ballads.” Stevenson, Robert L. (1896). “Treasure Island.” Cabell, James Branch. (1929, Signed). “The Way of Ecben.” Fitzgerald, Edward. (1894). “Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.” The New York Mirror A Weekly Newpaper Devoted to Literature and the Fine Arts (1833). Vassos, John. (1929). “Contempo: This American Tempo.” Soyer, Raphael. (1969). Self-Revealment A Memoir.” Knut Lundmark. (1943). “Nya Himlar.” And Bryant, William Cullen. (1872, 2 Vols.) “Picturesque America or The Land We Live In.”This is just a sampling of the material to be found in 160 boxes of books filling eight tables, and two tables of ephemera that will be unpacked the day of the auction. We are accepting consignments for future “pick” book auctions. Call Tom at 1-860-908-8067 to discuss your books or visit our website: cfabookauction.com to learn more about CFA Book Auctions. Our next auction will be held in November. Date to follow.