The Monday, November 21st “pick” auction will have volumes on art, philosophy, literary criticism, history, and fiction.
- Schmidt (1946). Paul Klee. 1st edition folio with dj.
- Braque et al. (1951) Derriere Le Miroir Sur Quatre Murs. Illustrated wrappers, folio.
- D’Harnoncourt (1931). The Hole in the Wall. 1st edition in dj and Signed by the Author.
- Mumey (1972). The Life of Jim Baker. 1st Interland edition, limited to 126 copies Signed by the artist and Peter Becker.
- Singh and Zingg (1942), Wolf-Children and Feral Man. 1st edition.
- Foster and Green (1888). History of the Wilmer Family. 1st edition, privately printed, three quarter leather.
- Bulwer-Lytton (1833). Asmodeus at Large. 1st edition, an early example of fantasy fiction.
- Dunlop (1814). The History of Fiction. Three volumes, full leather, ex library from the special collections of the University of Bridgeport.
- Nichols (1817). Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century. 1st edition, six volumes, three quarter leather.
- Leroy-Beaulieu (1893). The Empire of the Tsars and the Russians.
Three volumes, ex library copy from the special collections of the
University of Bridgeport.
- Bentham (1824). The Book of Fallacies from the Unfinished Papers of Jeremy Bentham. 1st edition, ex library copy from the special collections of the University of Bridgeport.
- Virgile-Berry (1959). Les Georgiques: Avec les Lithographies Originales de Commere. 1st edition, ex library copy from the special collections of the University of Bridgeport
- Silliman (1820). Remarks Made on a Short Tour Between Hartford and Quebec in the Autumn of 1819. 2nd edition, rebound in brown cloth.
- Bernhard (1828). Travels through North America During the Years 1825 and 1826. 1st edition, 2 Vols. bound into one.
- Einstein (1920). Relativity: The Special and General Theory. 1st
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