The Monday, May 18th “pick” auction features books from the library of William Hilldebrandt with and emphasis on printing and calligraphy. In addition, we will begin selling the collection of a Connecticut State Representative whose interest was U.S. history. There will also be books on the law, religion, archaeology, fiction, science, and mathematics.
Of interest: Milton (1801, 6 Vols.), The Poetical Works of John Milton; Crowinshield (1898), Naval History of the Spanish War; Baum (1900), Father Goose: His Book; Rosset (1774), L’Agricultute Poeme; Horace (1711), In Q. Horatium Flaccum; Ambrose (1701), The Compleat Works of that Eminent Minister of God’s Word Mr. Isaac Ambrose; Sitgreaves (1853), Report of an Expedition Down the Zuni and Colorado Rivers; Robinson (1856), Biblical Researches in Palestine and in the Adjacent Regions; Day (1806), Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Errors of the State of Connecticut; Shower (1794, 2 Vols.), Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court King’s Bench; Leo (1901), Casting the Horoscope; Leo (1908), How to Judge a Nativity: The Reading of the Horoscope; Hinman (1836), Letters from the English Kings and Queens; and more.
We are accepting consignments for future “pick” book auctions. Call Tom at 1-860-908-8067 or email at email@example.com to discuss your books and paper. Be sure to visit our website: cfabookauction.com to learn more about CFA Book Auctions and be sure to read the webpages on “How to Sell Books.”