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Fine Books & Manuscripts(792 Lots)
792 lots | 789 with images
November 18, 2007
The Heritage on the Garden
63 Park Plaza
Boston, MA, 02116 USA
Phone: +1 617 350 5400
Fax: +1 617 350 5429
Description: Arnold, Benedict (1741-1801), Autograph document signed, New Haven, 28 June, 1769, one page, to Mr. Cables, concerning a breakdown of a shipment of rum and who would own and/or receive particular quantities of hogsheads, framed with portrait, 12 1/4 by 8 in. (silked, repairs to folds, some burn through)View additional info »
Description: Bryant, William Cullen (1794-1878), Autograph sentiment signed, dated November 22nd, 1876, "These struggling tides of of Life, that seem, In wayward aimless course to tend, Are eddies of the Mighty stream, That rolls to its appointed end", matted with two prints, 3 by 7 in. (mat burn, minor spotting).View additional info »
Description: (Civil War, Union), English sterling silver presentation hunter case pocket watch with cabinet card, the watch hallmarked London, 1859, with engine turned covers, inscription engraved to interior cover "Presented by the Members of Co. B 1st N.O. Vols. to 1st Lieut. D. N. Dunlop, as a mark of esteem," dia. 2 1/4 in., together with a cabinet card photograph of Lieutenant Dunlap and his wife, (watch good, card with corner loss and soiling).View additional info »
Description: (Civil War, Union), Fellows, Daniel H., Co. "C" first Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, Four autograph letters signed, 1862-April 20th, 1865, describing various activities and the actions of the rebels, primarily in the Virginia Campaign, 4to and folio, (good condition).View additional info »
Description: (Civil War, Union), Three diaries, compiled by Abiel A. Livermore, Company "B", 8th New Hampshire Volunteers, 1861-1863, each cloth and pocket sized, mostly concerning camp life and eventually transfer to Louisiana where some engagements occur, (worn).
Condition Report: Includes a fourth diary, a "Soldier's Book" in leather wallet. It is unused, except for the first page, which is inscribed Abiel A. Livermore, Company B, 811 Reg., NH Vol., date of enlistment October, 26, 1861. The diaries are mainly written in pencil, with a few scattered ink entries. The last entries for the 1863 diaries are dated March 15th and March 27th. All with wear to covers (except unused "Soldiers Book", which is very good). Age/usage typical handling wear. Dampstaining. Some loose pages.View additional info and full condition report »