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Antique chromolithograph of Hawaiian fish, printed by Julius Bien. New York, 1903

Description: Antique chromolithograph of Hawaiian fish, printed by Julius Bien. New York, 1903. Sight through mat 7 1/4" x 10 7/8"

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JULIUS BIEN (American, 1826-1909)

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: JULIUS BIEN (American, 1826-1909), ''Central City; Looking Up Spring Gulch'', lithograph in colors, from ''Pencil Sketches of Colorado'' published by Alfred E. Matthews, 1866. Image 9''h, 16''w. Light foxing, soiling and creasing.

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JULIUS BIEN (American, 1826-1909)

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: JULIUS BIEN (American, 1826-1909), ''Laramie Street, Denver'', lithograph in colors, from ''Pencil Sketches of Colorado'' published by Alfred E. Matthews, 1866. Image 9''h, 16''w. Light foxing and staining to margins.

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Julius Bien, [6 Views of the Cities of Tennessee on One Sheet].

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: BIEN, Julius (1826-1909). [6 Views of Tennessee Cities on one sheet]. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1891-95. One sheet showing six fine lithographed views of Knoxville and Chattanooga. Originally published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-1865 (plate CXXX). 18 ½ x 29 ¼ inches (unframed)

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Pair of Julius Bien Prints After Audubon

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Julius Bien (1826-1909). Mango Hummingbird and Columbian Hummingbird. Lithographs, 1860. Sight size 21.5 x 14.5 inches, frame size 29 x 21.5 inches. Matted and framed. Provenance: Ruchi K Jain, New York Private Greenwich Collection, CT Notice to bidders: Condition reports and additional photographs are provided by request as a courtesy to our clients, as such any condition report is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, restoration, wear and tear, or the effects of aging. Capo Auction shall have no responsibility for any error or omission, additionally all lots are sold 'As Is' and in accordance with the conditions of sale.

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Pair of Julius Bien Prints After Audubon

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: Julius Bien (1826-1909). Mango Hummingbird and Columbian Hummingbird. Lithographs, 1860. Sight size 21.5 x 14.5 inches, frame size 29 x 21.5 inches. Matted and framed. Provenance: Ruchi K Jain, New York Private Greenwich Collection, CT Notice to bidders: Condition reports and additional photographs are provided by request as a courtesy to our clients, as such any condition report is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, restoration, wear and tear, or the effects of aging. Capo Auction shall have no responsibility for any error or omission, additionally all lots are sold 'As Is' and in accordance with the conditions of sale.

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Popular Civil War Era Map of the Capital of the Confederacy, Richmond, VA

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: One Hundred Fifty Miles around Richmond-Battleground of the Wilderness. Julius Bien (1826-1909). Two color lithograph. New York & Washington, c. 1869. 26 x 30 inches, 40 1/4 x 35 1/2 inches framed. This was a popular map, being issues in 12 editions. The central circular map shows the country around Richmond, and is surrounded by nine smaller circular maps of other battle areas.

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Julius Bien, (German/American, 1826-1909), fish studies, color lithographs, 6 1/2

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Julius Bien (German/American, 1826-1909) fish studies color lithographs identified lower field Good condition. 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"

Condition Report: A statement of "Very good condition" means, that in our opinion, there are no significant damages and there has been no repair. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to the client. We are offering our professional opinion. We attempt to submit condition reports in the description. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Antique Helper, Inc., et al shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition.

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After John James Audubon (American, 1785-1851), two chromolithographs of birds by Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909):

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: After John James Audubon (American, 1785-1851), two chromolithographs of birds by Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909): "Brown Pelican", Plate 423, showing adult male bird with yellow head, green neck, white and black body, and flexible webbed feet, "No 12-1" appears UL corner, some tears along upper margin, foxing, double elephant broadsheet folio, approximate as: 40" w. x 26" l.; along with "Pileated Woodpecker", Plate 257, showing adult and juvenile mixed sex yellow-crested woodpeckers devouring worms in berry bush, "No. 7-2" appears UL corner, some tears and rips along top edge and sides, double elephant broadsheet folio, approximate as: 40" w. x 25 3/4" l.

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JULIUS BIEN - Map of Population Density of East

Estimate: $300 - $400

Description: Department of the Interior dated 1790. Size : 14.75" x 17.5"

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James John Audubon, Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909), lithographer,

Estimate: $600 - $800

Description: James John Audubon Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909), lithographer "Glossy Ibis" color lithograph, dated 1860 23 x 27 1/2 in., framed

Condition Report: frame wear Print ia not glued down. 1/4 in. tear on bottom edge. Top edge is rough. The dimensions measure 26 3/4 x 39 1/2 in.

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Bien Chromolithograph After Audubon, Rusty Grackle

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: John James Audubon (American, 1785-1851), "Rusty Grakle", plate No. 7-4, 222, from "The Birds of America", chromolithograph printed by Julius Bien (American,1826-1909) , New York, 1860. Ornithological chromolithograph print on paper depicting four rusty grackle or blackbirds (a male, a female and two young birds) perched in olive branches with scattered clusters of fruit. Upper left with "No. 7-4.", upper right with "PLATE 222", lower left with "Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F,R,S. F,L,S.", lower center with "Rusty Grakle QUISCALUS FERRUGINEUS. Bonap, Male 1. Female 2. Young. 3 Black Haw", lower right "Chromolithy by J. Bien, New York 1860". Framed approximately 46.5" x 36.75". Sight size approximately 34" x 23.75".

Condition Report: Prior to bidding, please consult the additional photos provided and ask all pertinent questions (i.e. condition, size, etc.). Packing and shipping is the responsibility of the buyer, please see our website for a list of shipping companies. For a condition report, please email Condition@AandOauctions.com. For additional photos, please email Photos@AandOauctions.com.

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Audubon

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: Audubon Bien Edition, John James Audubon (American, 1785-1851), "White-Headed Eagle with Yellow Catfish", Plate 31 from Birds of America, No. 7. Chromolithography by Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909), published in New York in 1860 by Roe Lockwood & Son. Print depicts an American Bald Eagle resting on a rocky outcrop with a fish in its claws, with a mountainside lake in the background with a sailboat. Inscribed below image lower left "Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.E.L.S.", lower center "White headed Eagle, Falco Leucocephalus, Linn, Mate, Yellow Cat Fish", and lower right "Chromolithy by J. Bien, New York, 1860". Framed 41.5" x 54.7". Plate size 24.8" x 37.4".Note: "The Bien Edition": In 1858, John James Audubon's youngest son, John Woodhouse Audubon, created the first American full sized reissue of his father's original "Birds of America" which were dated 1826-1838. This edition's lithography was done by Julius Bien.

Condition Report: Foxing to sheet, mat burn visible. Corners rounded from handling, losses to upper left corner. Darker thumb or finger prints visible in margins, predominately on right side. Fourteen holes at top from earlier mounting. Four tears visible, two at top, one upper left, the other at right. Wear to top edge with jagged surface, losses and rippling.

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Julius Bien, after Audubon, 1826-1909,

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: Julius Bien, after Audubon, 1826-1909, "Green Heron. Ardea Virescens.....", chromolithograph on paper, dated 1860, matted and framed under glass, paper trimmed and glued to back of mat, no visible water mark, toning to paper, torn lower corner. 26 1/2" high, 28 3/4"-30" wide.

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Julius Bien, after Audubon, 1826-1909,

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: Julius Bien, after Audubon, 1826-1909, "Glossy Ibis, Ibis Falcinellus", a chromolithograph on paper, dated 1860, matted and framed under glass, paper trimmed and glued to back of mat, no visible watermark, toning to paper. 26 1/2"-26 5/8" high, 31"-31 1/8" wide.

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Julius Bien & Co Point Sublime Geological Survey 1

Estimate: $800 - $1,000

Description: A reproduced Julius Bien & Co. United States Geological Survey lithograph depicting a view from the Grand Canyon's Point Sublime - Part 1, Looking East. The image measuring 19" x 30.5", framed and matted under glass measuring 27.75" x 37.5" x 1.25", weighing 10 lbs.

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Julius Bien & Co Point Sublime Geological Survey 2

Estimate: $800 - $1,000

Description: A reproduced Julius Bien & Co. United States Geological Survey lithograph depicting a view from the Grand Canyon's Point Sublime - Part 2, Looking South. The image measuring 19" x 30.5", framed and matted under glass measuring 27.75" x 37.5" x 1.25", weighing 10 lbs.

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Julius Bien & Co Point Sublime Geological Survey 3

Estimate: $800 - $1,000

Description: A reproduced Julius Bien & Co. United States Geological Survey lithograph depicting a view from the Grand Canyon's Point Sublime - Part 3, Looking West. The image measuring 19" x 30.5", framed and matted under glass measuring 27.75" x 37.5" x 1.25", weighing 10 lbs.

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Julius Bien (AMERICAN, 1826-1909) Chromolithograph of Fairmount Park

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: A chromolithograph depicting the Waterworks in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, after the work by Jacob Kiehn, published 1867 by J. Kiehn.

Condition Report: Uneven discoloration, scattered stains, not examined out of the frame.

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BIEN, Julius. c.1860 Litho after Audubon of Hawks

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: BIEN, Julius. c.1860 Litho after Audubon of Hawks a large format book plate depicting a pair of hawks with rabbit prey. A chromolithograph after Audubon, possibly rare. Julius Bien, American, (1826-1909) Dimensions: 36 x 25 Condition: fair, age-toned and slipping from mat

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AFTER JOHN JAMES AUDUBON BY JULIUS BIEN (1829-1909)

Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: AFTER JOHN JAMES AUDUBONBY JULIUS BIEN (1829-1909)Iceland or Jer Falcon (Plate 19)Falco islandicuschromolithograph, 1860, on wove paper, backed with Japon, with margins, pale light-, mat and time staining, a few pale foxmarks and minor surface soiling in places, several touched-in areas and minor losses (primarily at the sheet edges), very pale moisture staining in places along the lower sheet edge, otherwise in good condition, framedL. 35 5/8 x 23 3/8 in. (905 x 594 mm.)S. 38¼ x 25¼ in. (972 x 641 mm.)

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Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909)

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909) "Tropical Fish", suite of four chromolithographs, New York, 1899, sight 7" x 10". Glazed, matted and presented in carved giltwood frames.

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Rare Texas Railroad Promotional

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: Rare Texas Railroad Promotional: Corpus Christi & Rio Grande Superb Borderlands Map lithographed by Julius Bien 147.     CORPUS CHRISTI AND RIO GRANDE RAILWAY COMPANY. The Corpus Christi and Rio Grande Railway Company. A Description of the New Railway across Southwestern Texas, from Corpus Christi, on the Gulf of Mexico, to Laredo, on the Rio Grande River; With a Copy of the Charter, Franchises, and a Brief Description of the Products and Resources of Texas, and the Mineral Wealth of Northern and Eastern Mexico. Philadelphia: Wm. F. Murphy’s Sons, Printers and Stationers, 509 Chestnut St., 1874. [1-5] 6-24 pp., tipped in at front, as issued, folded lithograph map on bank note paper, showing southwest Texas and northern Mexico with relief shown by hachure, drainage, and major cities and towns; railroad route in original red watercolor between Corpus Christi and Laredo; Mexico with original pale green tinting: Corpus Christi and Rio Grande Railway Company [lower right below neat line] Lith. by J. Bien N.Y. [inset map at lower left] Corpus Christi Channel; neat line to neat line: 36.6 x 61 cm; overall sheet size: 39.7 x 64 cm. 12mo (19 x 11.6 cm), original dark brown embossed pebble cloth, gilt lettered on upper cover. Binding: Small pieces missing from spinal extremities, corners slightly bumped, minor shelf wear, and a few light stains. Map superb. Text: Very mild foxing to endpapers, else fine. Very rare. Copies located at Yale and the Center for American History (University of Texas at Austin).      First edition. Map: Modelski, Railroad Maps of the United States 393 (citing the map and noting it appears in their copy of An Act to Incorporate the Corpus Christi and Rio Grande Railway Company and to Aid in the Construction of the Same. Passed May 24th, 1873). Not in CBC or other standard sources.      This railroad promotional seeks support and investors for the proposed railroad that was to run from Corpus Christi to Laredo. Among the advantages mentioned are the fact that Corpus Christi is the only real seaport for two hundred miles in either direction, that the line will tap into the mineral wealth of northern Mexico for export through the port, and that the line will open West Texas to development, which will again enrich the investors. The authors are so confident that they predict a double track will soon be required to handle the high volume of rail traffic they anticipate. Despite this glowing report, the railroad was never built because of financial difficulties. There were also enormous objections to the project from the wagon carting industry. Eventually, after wagon carting suffered a huge decline, interest was revived and the Corpus Christi, San Diego, and Rio Grande Narrow Gauge Company was chartered in 1875 and actually laid some track. The entire enterprise was eventually incorporated into the Mexican National Railway. See Reed, A History of the Texas Railroads, p. 473 (in the article “Texas Mexico Railway Company”).      The three factors that, according to the text, provided the impetus for this project were the return of Texas to the Union after her experience as “one of the Southern Disloyal States in our recent civil war,” the “changed and settled state of affairs [which] restored confidence in the stability of our Government,” and the completion of a ship channel at Corpus Christi, which is shown on the map inset (not to be confused with the modern ship channel). One cannot help but note a slight tone of bias toward Texas in statements like the following: It is but a short time since Texas belonged to the United States…. Between her “annexation” and the war, but little progress in civilization had been made in her “rural districts.” Enterprise had never taken hold of her people generally, and as a whole, she was sparsely settled. Such, in brief, is her former history. Now peace has taken the place of war, and Texas is loyal to the United States, recognizes the American flag, and claims its protection. Mexico is not neglected either: A few words of Northeastern Mexico. We shall not here write her history. It is sufficient to say, that it was her mineral wealth in silver and gold that tempted Spanish cupidity across the seas, that created piracy in the Gulf of Mexico, and organized banditti throughout Spain. Politically, discord, anarchy, and revolution are written upon every page of her former history. At last she has emerged from the arena of civil war and foreign usurpation. The United States has interposed her protecting arm…. The population is reasonably intelligent for a country practically isolated from the rest of the world…. The amount of wool and hides sent off by these people is perfectly astonishing.      The promoters and directors included such prominent men as Richard King (of King Ranch fame), zealous Texas railroad promoter Uriah Lott, and Galveston banker and merchant William Perry Doddridge, adviser and friend to Richard King and executor of his will. Cattle barons Richard King and Mifflin Kenedy long supported and financed construction of a railroad from Corpus Christi to Laredo, which would allow them to get their cattle to market more efficiently.      The handsome, finely executed, and rare Borderlands map was lithographed by Julius Bien (1826-1909), well known for his chromolithographs from Audubon’s copper plates. “Bien will always be remembered chiefly as the first great scientific cartographer in the United States” (Peters, America on Stone, p. 94). For more on Julius Bien and his New York publishing company, Bien & Company, see Tooley’s Dictionary of Mapmakers, revised edition, Vol. I, p. 137. The map was probably based on the survey work of Richard H. Savage, soldier-surveyor John James Dix, Jr. (1826-1910), and outstanding Texas surveyor and engineer Felix A. von Blücher (1819-1879). These three men are listed as the Engineer Corps for the Corpus Christi and Rio Grande Railway Company, respectively as Chief Engineer, Assistant and Consulting Engineer, and First Assistant Engineer.

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Map of the Northern Pacific Railroad, its Branches and Allied Lines

Estimate: $180 - $220

Description: This map illustrates the historic Northern Pacific Railroad, which connected the Great Lakes with the Pacific Northwest, opening vast new agricultural and mining lands and linking Washington and Oregon to the rest of the country. The railroad was chartered by Congress in 1864 and construction began in 1870, but due to several financial obstacles including bankruptcy, was not completed until 1883. It continued to expand and was embroiled in the financial panics and monopolies that dominated the railroad industry at the end of the 19th century.The map itself details the lines from St. Paul and Duluth, Minnesota to a number of locations in Oregon and Washington including Seattle, Tacoma, and Portland. The existing lines are highlighted in red and the proposed lines are dashed red. Also shows the lines of the Oregon Railway in blue. Lithographed by Julius Bien & Co.

Condition Report: Issued folding with some very light soiling and a few tiny holes and splits at fold intersections.

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[Lot of 2] Preliminary Map Showing Present State of Knowledge Relating to Underground Waters in the Central Great Plains [and] Preliminary Geologic Map of the Central Great Plains

Estimate: $100 - $130

Description: A. "Preliminary Map Showing Present State of Knowledge Relating to Underground Waters in the Central Great Plains". This attractive map of western Nebraska and Colorado and parts of bordering states shows considerable detail. Topography and hydrography are well developed. Several railway lines are identified. Eight geologic units are indicated by color. B. "Preliminary Geologic Map of the Central Great Plains". Same geography as above in vivid color with eighteen geologic units shown. Drawn by N.H. Darton.

Condition Report: Issued folding.

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Julius Bien (1826-1909), after John James Audubon

Estimate: £600 - £800

Description: Julius Bien (1826-1909), after John James Audubon Ruffed Grouse (Tetrao Umbellus), pl. 293 chromolithograph, published New York, 1860 S. 26¼ x 38½in. (66.5 x 98cm.)

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AFTER JOHN JAMES AUDUBON

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: BY JULIUS BIEN (1826-1909) Gadwall Duck (Plate 388), from Birds of America Anas Strepera chromolithograph, 1860, on wove paper, with wide margins, pale light-, mat and time staining, scattered foxing showing mostly in the lower left margin corner, small tears and losses along the upper margin edge, pale mat staining and stray printing ink on the reverse, otherwise generally in good condition, framed L. 173/4 x 231/4 in. (451 x 590 mm.) S. 263/4 x 39 3/8 in. (679 x 1000 mm.).

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Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909)

Estimate: $400 - $700

Description: Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909) "Tropical Fish", suite of eight chromolithographs, sight 10" x 7", New York, 1880. Glazed, matted and presented in carved giltwood frames.

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Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909)

Estimate: $400 - $700

Description: Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909) "Tropical Fish", suite of six chromolithographs, New York, 1899, sight 7" x 10". Glazed, double-matted and presented in silvered wooden frames.

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Julius Bien (American , 1826-1909)

Estimate: $400 - $700

Description: Julius Bien (American , 1826-1909) "Tropical Fish", suite of eight chromolithographs, sight 10" x 7", New York, 1880. Glazed, matted and presented in carved giltwood frames.

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American School (Early 20th Century)

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: American School (Early 20th Century) "Fish Studies", suite of six chromolithographs, sight 7-1/4" x 10", by Julius Bien, New York, 1900. Glazed, handsomely matted and framed en suite.

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Julius Bien New York (1829-1909) ICHTHYOLOGY

Estimate: $600 - $900

Description: Julius Bien New York (1829-1909) ICHTHYOLOGY color lithographs, framed sight size: H7" W9 3/4" (6pcs)

Condition Report: Good condition. They are framed alike to serve as matched set of six.

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BIEN JULIUS

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: (1826-1909 German) ''Carolina Parrot'', work after original graphic by John James Audubon, framed colored chromolithograph, approximate image size 34 3/4'' x 23 1/4'', with frame 43'' x 32'', artist identified in plate, dated 1860 lower right.

Condition Report: Light to moderate toning of paper, 1 1/4'' - 1 1/2'' staining along bottom right edge near matte, piece may be mounted, unexamined out of frame.

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Chromolithograph, after John James Audubon,

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: Framed chromolithograph, ''Iceland or Jer Falion'', after John James Audubon, by Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909), publication line beneath image, image: 37.75''h x 25''w, overall: 48.75''h x 36''w

Condition Report: Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The Gallery shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging.

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Kühe.: Ca. 50 Bl. Lithogr. mit Tonplatte von

Estimate: €0 - €300

Description: Kühe.: Ca. 50 Bl. Lithogr. mit Tonplatte von Julius Bien (1826 Naumburg - NY 1909) von verschiedenen Kuhrassen um 1870. Qu.8°. Mit engl. Untertiteln. Oben re. num. Betit. u.a.: Neckar Race, Alb Race, Limburger Race, Hollander Race, Duch Cow, Bavarian Price Bull.

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Kühe.: Ca. 50 Bl. Lithogr. mit Tonplatte von

Estimate: €0 - €200

Description: Kühe.: Ca. 50 Bl. Lithogr. mit Tonplatte von Julius Bien (1826 Naumburg - NY 1909) von verschiedenen Kuhrassen um 1870. Qu.8°. Mit engl. Untertiteln. Oben re. num. Betit. u.a.: Neckar Race, Alb Race, Limburger Race, Hollander Race, Duch Cow, Bavarian Price Bull.

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Litho, Julius Bien, Summer or Wood Duck, Audubon

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000

Description: Framed chromolithograph, ''Summer or Wood Duck'' (plate 391), 1860, by Julius Bien (American, 1826-1909), after ''Birds of America'' by John James Audubon, plate inscribed ''Chromolithy by J. Bien, New York, 1860.'' lower right and ''Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F,R,S F,L,S'' lower left, sight: 38''h x 24.875''w, overall: 53.25''h x 39.25''w

Condition Report: Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The Gallery shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging.

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