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4-Day Summer Antiques & Fine Art Auction, Day 2

by James D. Julia


788 lots with images

August 22, 2012

Live Auction

203 Skowhegan Road

Fairfield, ME, 04937 USA

Phone: 207 453 7125

Fax: 207 453 2502

Email: loakes@jamesdjulia.com

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TWO FISHING DERRYDALES & Southard's TROUT FLY-FISHING IN AMERICA.

Lot 2000: TWO FISHING DERRYDALES & Southard's TROUT FLY-FISHING IN AMERICA.

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Description: Connett, Eugene. AMERICAN BIG GAME FISHING. New York:The Derrydale Press, (1935). One of 850 copies. Folio. Spine faded, crown and tail chipped, marks to rear board, owner's inscriptions with: Phair, Charles. ATLANTIC SALMON FISHING. New York:The Derrydale Press, (1937). One of 950 copies. Spine faded, some rubs and minor stains to front board. Owner's ink inscriptions and Southard, Charles Zibeon. TROUT FLY-FISHING IN AMERICA. NY:Dutton & Company, 1914. Loose in the case, split to upper right hinge. Owner's ink inscriptions. All three volumes in quarto. CONDITION: See above. 9-25779

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Jules Verne VOYAGE EXTRAORDINAIRES 4 Vol set TOGETHER WITH Wallace Nutting FURNITURE TREASURY in 3 Vols IN ORIGINAL SHIPPING CRATE.

Lot 2001: Jules Verne VOYAGE EXTRAORDINAIRES 4 Vol set TOGETHER WITH Wallace Nutting FURNITURE TREASURY in 3 Vols IN ORIGINAL SHIPPING CRATE.

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Description: 19th century. First illustrated editions published by Pierre-Jules Hetzel (1814-1886) including Les Enfants du Capitaine Grant 622 pages plus eight pages of advertisements, L'ile Mysterieuse 612 pages plus eight pages of advertisements, Le Sphinx des Glaces 447 page plus eight pages of advertisements, and Vingt Mille Lieges Sous Les Mers 634 pages plus eight pages of advertisements. Many black and white illustrations. Text in French. Original decorative red and blue cloth with gilt designs and lettering. All edges gilt. Early 20th century. Wallace Nutting set published by Old America Company, Framingham, Massachusetts. Volumes one and two retain dust jackets and in original cardboard sleeve, copyright 1928. Volume three without dust cover, copyright 1933. Of special interest is that the set is retained in the original wood shipping crate with mailing label from Wallace Nutting, Old America Co. of Framingham, Massachusetts. CONDITION: Verne books with wear to spines and edges of covers. Pages generally good. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea with water staining at bottom outer corner of first 75 pages. Nutting books in unused condition with deterioration to dust covers. Otherwise generally very good. 9-26207

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FOUR BOOKS ON NATIVE AMERICANS.

Lot 2002: FOUR BOOKS ON NATIVE AMERICANS.

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Description: Dodge, Richard. OUR WILD INDIANS. Hartford:1882. Howes D-403; Frost, John. THRILLING ADVENTURES AMONG THE INDIANS. Phila:(1851); Drake, Samuel. THE BOOK OF THE INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA. Boston:1833; and Penhallow, Samuel. THE HISTORY OF THE WARS OF NEW-ENGLAND WITH THE EASTERN INDIANS. Howes P-201. CONDITION: The Penhallow in an attractive three quarter red leather binding. Foxed, various ink inscriptions. The Drake in a repaired binding, foxed. The Frost an about very good copy, the spine bright. The Dodge with faded spine but complete with all six chromolithographs tissue guarded and bright. 9-25778

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THE HISTORY OF THE DISTRICT OF MAINE BY JAMES SULLIVAN, 1795

Lot 2003: THE HISTORY OF THE DISTRICT OF MAINE BY JAMES SULLIVAN, 1795

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Description: Printed by I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews, Boston containing "a new correct map of the district". Leather bound. SIZE: 8-1/4" x 5-1/4" CONDITION: Binding with separation and use. The interior having toning. The map intact with folds, some foxing but generally in good order. 9-26762

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THE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR VOLUMES I & II

Lot 2004: THE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR VOLUMES I & II

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Description: The large leather-bound books being a pictorial history of the conflict from 1861-1865 by J.H. Brown Publishing Company, 1884. The 400+ page books filled with wonderful black and white illustrations of both people and battles. SIZE: 16-1/2" x 12" CONDITION: Both volumes in very good condition. A very attractive set. 9-26764

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BOOK: A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD IN THE YEARS 1740-42 BY GEORGE ANSON

Lot 2005: BOOK: A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD IN THE YEARS 1740-42 BY GEORGE ANSON

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Description: Sixth edition, London, 1749. Printed for John and Paul Knapton. Including three maps. SIZE: 8-1/4" x 5-1/4" CONDITION: Maps with tears at fold but intact. 9-26177

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MIXED LOT OF LEATHER BOUND BOOKS.

Lot 2006: MIXED LOT OF LEATHER BOUND BOOKS.

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Description: A set of THE DECAMERON (London:1914), in three quarter decorated leather (the spines a bit rough), complete in 4 volumes; Count Rumford's ESSAYS, POLITICAL, ECONOMICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL. (London:Cadell, 1798 & 1800.) 8vo, tree calf, boards of volume one missing; MCFINGAL. Hartford:1782. Front board starting, chip to tail; a second American edition of THE COOK'S ORACLE. Boston:1823. Foxed, boards detached. A later edition (1920) in boards of Rilke's STUNDEN BUCH; and three others in leather. CONDITION: See above. 9-25325-2

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TEN EARLY LEATHER-BOUND BOOKS

Lot 2007: TEN EARLY LEATHER-BOUND BOOKS

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Description: 1) New Geographical Historical and Commercial Grammar; And Present State of the Several Kingdoms of the World by William Guthrie, London, 1788, 11th edition. Maps are present. 2) Elements of General History, Translated from the French of the Abbemillot, Volume III, Worcester, MA by Isiah Thomas, 1789, First American Edition. 3) Morse's Geography, 1789. 4) Travels in New England and New York by Timothy Dwight, Volume III, 1822. Frontis map included. 5) The History of Scotland, Volume II, 11th Edition by William Robertson, London, by T. Cadell, 1787. 6) The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the Independence of the United States of America by William Gordon, 3rd American Edition, Volume II, New York, Samuel Campbell, 1801. 7) The History of England by Doctor Goldsmith, Volume I, 4th Edition, Dublin, 1789. 8) The History of America by William Robertson, Volume II, 5th Edition, London, 1788. 9) Sacred Biography..., by Henry Hunter, 1st American Edition, Volume V, Boston, 1795. 10) A New Geographical, Historical and Commercial Grammar; And Present State of the Several Kingdoms of the World by William Guthrie, 1st American Edition Improved, Volume II, 1809. Five maps present. SIZE: Vary from 7" x 4" to 8-1/2" x 5-1/2". CONDITION: Ex-library books show use, generally intact. 7-70111-1

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HAND COLORED PLATES OF BIRDS-London (1786).

Lot 2008: HAND COLORED PLATES OF BIRDS-London (1786).

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Description: This copy is signed "Carroll Tyson" famous Maine artist who painted birds of Mt. Desert Island. A profusion of hand colored plates perhaps as many as 100. Three volumes bound as one. Plates bright and refined. CONDITION: No appreciable foxing to the plates. Tight, but front and rear boards missing. 9-25325-1

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THE BOOK OF SPORT, THE EDITION DE GRANDE LUXE BY WILLIAM PATTEN

Lot 2009: THE BOOK OF SPORT, THE EDITION DE GRANDE LUXE BY WILLIAM PATTEN

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Description: Copyright 1901 by J.F. Taylor & Company. Limited edition to 450, numbered 195. The half-leather bound book illustrated with photographs of different sports including; men and women's golf, tennis, polo, foxhunting, automobiling, lawn tennis, and yachting. SIZE: 14-1/2" x 11" CONDITION: Intact. Generally in very good condition. Binding shows use. 7-70111

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A MAGNIFICENT COSWAY BINDING.

Lot 2010: A MAGNIFICENT COSWAY BINDING.

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Description: Dickens, Charles. DEALING WITH THE FIRM OF DOMBEY AND SON. London; Bradbury & Evans, 1848. In a gorgeous full navy Morocco binding with elaborate green, gold, & red floral surrounds and spine panels. Elaborately ruled inner dentelles with winding vines in gilt. The binding, executed for Byanton Riviere is adorned with a portrait on ivory by the renowned Ms. C. B. Currie. The work is illustrated by Hablot Browne ("Phiz"). The final line on page 324 reads "Captain", this then would be a later issue. With the bookplate of J.F.D. Tutt. All edges thickly gilt. Top, bottom, and fore edges of the binding with deep & precise gilt chain adornments. NOTE: Title has typrographical error. The binder's name is spelled Cosway NOT Causeway as indicated in catalog. PROVENANCE: From a fine southern Maine home. CONDITION: Flawless, appearing as fresh as when issued. Contained in a custom folding box. 9-25214

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SHACKLETON, E.H. THE HEART OF THE ANTARCTIC.

Lot 2011: SHACKLETON, E.H. THE HEART OF THE ANTARCTIC.

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Description: London; William Heinemann, 1909. COMPLETE IN ALL THREE VOLUMES. Volumes I & II (small folio) bound in gold stamped vellum. Copy 11 of 300. The third (folio) volume is bound in half vellum over boards and contains all 16 signatures of the participants in the 1907-1909 Expedition. CONDITION: Each volume has been collated and is complete with all color and black & white plates, portraits, & maps. Ribbon markers in the first two volumes are present and near perfect. The folding panorama on tissue is in "as issued" condition. The vellum remains clean & bright with the inevitable minor contraction of the crowns and small discoloration to tails. A set without an apology. 9-25317

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THREE VOLUME SET

Lot 2012: THREE VOLUME SET "THE QUADRUPEDS OF NORTH AMERICA" BY JOHN JAMES AUDUBON AND THE REVEREND JOHN BACHMAN, 1849

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Description: The three volumes bound in green leather with gold tooling. The books filled with color plates of the animals of America with text. SIZE: 11" x 7-1/2" CONDITION: One binding separated, the other two show use but intact. The interior with strong and bright plates in very good condition. 9-26763

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Johnson, Samuel. THE LIVES OF THE MOST EMINENT ENGLISH POETS.

Lot 2013: Johnson, Samuel. THE LIVES OF THE MOST EMINENT ENGLISH POETS.

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Description: London:Bathurst et al, 1781. The presumed first edition with portrait frontise piece in Volume I and one page (505) ad at the end of Volume IV. With the bookplate of Lord Esme S. Gordon. Small octavo in three quarter brown leather over marbled boards with richly decorated spines, and mahogany and black spine labels. CONDITION: Slight rub to second band of Volume IV. A most handsome set. 9-25325

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TWO BOOKS ON BRITISH ARCHITECTURE.

Lot 2014: TWO BOOKS ON BRITISH ARCHITECTURE.

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Description: Garner, Thomas and Arthur Stratton. THE DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE OF ENGLAND DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. London:Batsford, 1911. Vol. I only, signed by Stratton. Numerous plates and diagrams, boards detached, spine missing. Together with: Carter, John. THE ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE OF ENGLAND PART I. London:Bohn, 1887. The New Approved Edition. Tall (20") folio in three quarter leather over marbled boards, tight but rubbed. Spine bright, spine label about fine, both parts actually bound as one. CONDITION: See above. 9-25320

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CASE OF JAMES EARL OF BALCARRAS CLAIMING THE TITLES AND DIGNITIES OF EARL OF CRAWFORD AND OLDER BARONY OF LINDSAY.

Lot 2015: CASE OF JAMES EARL OF BALCARRAS CLAIMING THE TITLES AND DIGNITIES OF EARL OF CRAWFORD AND OLDER BARONY OF LINDSAY.

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Description: There are 6 folio volumes describing the case at bar contesting the titles, honors, dignities and properties of the Earldom of Crawford. These were most likely published in London in the second half of the 19th century. The claims revert to the title of the Original Dukedom of Montrose created in 1488. Part 2 of the supplement volume is inscribed to "Joseph Robertson Esq with Lord Lindsay's compliments". Second folio has the same presentation. Third folio has the armorial bookplate of Cecil George Savile Foljambe. Together, 6 tall folios. CONDITION: All six bindings in various states of distress, some boards detached. 9-25323

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TWO GORGEOUS LEATHER BOUND ART BOOKS.

Lot 2016: TWO GORGEOUS LEATHER BOUND ART BOOKS.

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Description: Alexandre, Arsene. HISTOIRE DE L'ART DECORATIF DE XVI SIECLE A NOS JOURS. Paris:Henri Laurens, (1892). Tall (16") folio. In beautiful three quarter purple binding over purple marbled boards. Uniform, but still bright, fading to spine. AEG. In original velvet lined slipcase. Complete with the richly colored chromolithographs (some double page) with: PIETER BREUGHEL DIT L'ANCIEN CHOIX DE 50 PHOTOTYPIES. London & Haarlem:Kleinmann (c.1915). Tall (16"). Brown three quarter leather over marbled boards. An about fine copy. CONDITION: See above. 9-25775

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LA COLLECTION SPITZER.

Lot 2017: LA COLLECTION SPITZER.

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Description: Paris:Quantin & Librarie Centrale 1890-1892. In six tall (20") folios. Copy number 230 of 600 on velin paper. Magnificent illustration with a profusion of chromolithographs of objects extending from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. CONDITION: Volume I spine and front board intact, but major split to rear hinge, contents detached. Volume II tight and sound but with red tape repair to lower third of outer spine. Remaining four volumes are tight and sound, but have some rubbing. 9-25774

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THE MEMORIALS OF THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH COMMISSARIES CONCERNING THE LIMITS OF NOVA SCOTIA OR ACADIA & ME'MOIRES DES COMMISSAIRES ANGLOIS & FRANCOIS SUR L'ISLE DE ST. LUCIE.

Lot 2018: THE MEMORIALS OF THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH COMMISSARIES CONCERNING THE LIMITS OF NOVA SCOTIA OR ACADIA & ME'MOIRES DES COMMISSAIRES ANGLOIS & FRANCOIS SUR L'ISLE DE ST. LUCIE.

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Description: London:1755. This is Howe's M 508. The critical contemporary account (in French and English) of the boundary dispute concerning what is now Maine and Eastern Canada. The ultimate resolution came with the conclusion of the French and Indian war. 4to, three quarter vellum. Woodcut decorative initial letters and head and tail pieces. CONDITION: Volume 1 quite loose in the case with the front free fly detached. Split to lower front hinge. Loss to small portion of the upper right margin of the title page. Loss to margins, 37-40. Occasional mispagination, but book collates to 771 pages. Second volume has become detached from the case. Missing the front free end paper(s), title and half title detached with marginal loss and tears to the title page. Occasional light foxing and mispagination. Book collates complete in 520 pages. Please note the Jeffery's map is not present. Occasional chips, tears and loss to the margins of several pages. 9-25324

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RENARD, LOUIS POISSONS, ECREVISSES ET CRABES.

Lot 2019: RENARD, LOUIS POISSONS, ECREVISSES ET CRABES.

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Description: Amsterdam; Reinier & Ottens, 1754. A beautifully hand colored copy of what is the second edition, possibly colored on the remaining copper plate etchings of the first edition of 1719. From our research there are only 34 known copies, 5 of which are in North America. Slim folio rebacked within the past 50 years in 3/4 leather preserving the presumed original boards. The title page (with water stain to a small portion upper left) printed in red & black. Present is the preface by Aerout Vosmear. Bound in is a partial English translation in a fine 19th Century hand. The Avertissement de L'Editeur of 2 pages is present as is the 4 page Declaration Sur Cet Ouvrage. Both half titles are present (in black), Tome I is complete with 43 plates. Tome II with 56 of the 57 plates, missing the Mermaid plate. Subject of great controversy in preparation for publication, history has vindicated the illustrators (predominately Samuel Fallours )with great fidelity to shape and color. There are, nonetheless, charming incorporation of human characteristics to some of the crabs, crayfish, lobsters & fish. The arc of the age of enlightenment sought to illuminate all of nature with precision as to shape & color and these illustrations, in great measure, succeeded. The University of Glasgow asserts that this is the earliest known work of fishes illustrated in color. There is occasional textual commentary, including the edibility of some of the specimens. Present as well is the Table Alphabetique Des Noms in four pages. CONDITION: The illustrations are uniformly bold & bright. There is some age toning to the paper, more so in Tom I. This gives no real offense. There is a small stain to the margins of Fol Arabic III. There is a repaired margin to Fol 3 in Tome I. There is a repaired margin to Septieme Planche and a small margin tear to plate XVI (both in Tome II). There is a curious rectangular discoloration following the plate mark to XXXII. Also as noted above. 9-25315

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PALLADIO, ANDREA. LES ANTIQUITEZ DE LA VILLE DE ROME.

Lot 2020: PALLADIO, ANDREA. LES ANTIQUITEZ DE LA VILLE DE ROME.

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Description: Rome; Mario Catalani, 1646. BOUND WITH:LES SEPT EGLISES PRINCIPALES LA PRIMIERE EGLISE EFT. S. JEAN DE LATERAN. Presumed to be the same publisher & imprint date. The Palladio title comprises pages 131-190 (complete) and the first title in pages 1-130. It is my best opinion that this was a traveler's book to the great landmarks of Rome. Pages 189 & 180 give a distance table to Rome. Bound in limp vellum and adorned with a profusion of well accomplished woodcuts. The lettered spine title "Antiquities de Rome." CONDITION: Complete except for the preliminary blanks and likely the rear free fly. A bookworm has made its way through the outer and lower margins of the final 70 pages but is predominately marginal in nature. Several pages are mis-numbered but the book collates as complete. 9-25322

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Aquinas, Thomas CATENA AUREA.

Lot 2021: Aquinas, Thomas CATENA AUREA.

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Description: Thomas Aquinas' "Golden Chain" commentary on the church father's interpretations of the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Printed in 2 columns of 62 lines in Gothic letter. Magnificent rubricated initial letters and emphases in blue and red. 438 leaves to include the Colophon. We believe this to be the edition printed by Michael Wenssler in Basel in 1475. CONDITION: Disbound. Likely rebound at one time as evidenced by brighter trim lines on the inner aspect of the bottom edge. Clean, crisp, thick paper. Leaves 330 and 373 with minor loss to small portion of headline. Very occasional brief marginal annotations in an early hand. Recto of leaf 323 (Luke XXIII) in handsome manuscript. Highly desirable copy. 9-25319

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THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTEYNING THE OLD TESTAMENT, AND THE NEW: NEWLY TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINALL TONGUES & WITH THE FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REUISED BY HIS MAIESTIES SPECIALL COMANDEMENT. APPOINTED TO BE READ IN CHURCHES. IMPRINTED

Lot 2022: THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTEYNING THE OLD TESTAMENT, AND THE NEW: NEWLY TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINALL TONGUES & WITH THE FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REUISED BY HIS MAIESTIES SPECIALL COMANDEMENT. APPOINTED TO BE READ IN CHURCHES. IMPRINTED

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Description: This is the great "She Bible" with the proper reading found in Ruth 3:15 and Mathew 26:36 Reading "Then Commeth Judas with Them Unto a Place called Gethsemane". Folio, in full leather likely rebound at a very early date with blind stamped front & rear boards. Ample margins. Black letter in double columns of 59 lines. A most desirable copy of an early issue (the printings continue to be debated) of one of the most important books printed in the English language. No new translation of the Bible into the English language was again accomplished until 1885. The remarkable events and personalities surrounding this translation commissioned by King James are well known and are numbered among the greatest scholarly collaborations of the western world. See Herbert 319 and 309 and Printing and the Mind of Man (114) quoting Macaulay, "a book, which if everything else in our language should perish, would alone suffice to show the whole extent of its beauty and power." CONDITION: The title page of the New Testament with the date "1611" has not been altered. The first title page and preliminary blanks are missing. Minor damp stains to top edges of the first 21 leaves and final 10 leaves. There is minor loss to the first leaf of the book (the second leaf of the Dedication) and the first leaf of the Epistle Dedicatory; missing the first two leaves of the Apocrytha; missing the second leaf of the Translators Notes; missing 9 leaves of the Almanac and Table & Calendar. Missing the second, third, fifth, & sixteenth leaves of the Genealogy (Arabic numbers 1-4; 7/8 and 31/32) as well as the map by Speed. There is occasional repair including: One leaf of Isaiah with loss of one word; Chapter X of Marke; the second leaf of the Actes of Apostles; Tear & repair with manuscript additions to the fourth leaf of the Acts; two small repairs to first full leaves of Epistles of Paul; ten words in manuscript; margin repair to Chapter II of the Second Epistle of Paul to Timothie; small tear (no loss) to second & third leaves of Epistle of Paul to the Hebrewes and margin repair to leaf four; tears to first two leaves of First Epistle of Peter and a repair to the final leaf. No hand written marginalia; book seller/collector notes to front paste down & two paste overs to what is likely an (unknown) owner's signature to front paste down. Collation notation to final blank leaf and random letters & marks to rear paste down where the word "William?" is written on an oblique angle. The fourteen pages of the Genealogies are elaborately decorative. There is a small trail of a bookworm to the final eight leaves extending about 1/4" through the lower margin. There is hand coloring (red) to the device on the page listing Holy Days. 9-25318

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TWO HANDWRITTEN ILLUMINATED PAGES POSSIBLY 14TH CENTURY OR EARLIER

Lot 2023: TWO HANDWRITTEN ILLUMINATED PAGES POSSIBLY 14TH CENTURY OR EARLIER

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Description: Medieval manuscript pages handwritten in Europe, possibly France. Two double-sided pages having forty lines of text ruled in plummet. Titled at top of page with chapter numbers appearing within the text. Blue and red pen work ending the text in flourishes. Written on very fine vellum. SIZE: 13" x 9-1/4" CONDITION: Very good. 9-25313

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ILLUSTRATED 17TH CENTURY BOOK PAGE.

Lot 2024: ILLUSTRATED 17TH CENTURY BOOK PAGE.

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Description: The single page having a banner text below which is a man and woman with child in landscape below which is a family crest surrounded by writing and dated 1613. SIZE: 5-3/4" x 4-1/2". CONDITION: Some toning, light stains, very good. 9-26072

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SMALL MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY DOCUMENT SIGNED BY GOVERNOR FRANCIS BERNARD

Lot 2025: SMALL MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY DOCUMENT SIGNED BY GOVERNOR FRANCIS BERNARD

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Description: Francis Bernard was Governor between 1760 and 1769. The partially printed document directing to pay Miles Greenwood the sum of eleven pounds...dated August 31, 1763. SIZE: 8-1/4" x 6-1/4" CONDITION: Split at folds, toned, with foxing. Good signature. 9-25309

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COMMISSIONING DOCUMENT FOR A.S. WARNER SIGNED BY PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON.

Lot 2026: COMMISSIONING DOCUMENT FOR A.S. WARNER SIGNED BY PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON.

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Description: Standard document commissioning Warner the rank of Major August 1, 1864 for "Gallantry in the battle of the wilderness Virginia". Signed "Andrew Johnson" and dated April 14, 1865. Also signed by the Secretary of War, "E.M. Stanton". SIZE: 18-1/4" x 13-3/4". CONDITION: Tape adhesive marks on top and bottom edges; some soiling, wrinkles and folds. 9-27054

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COMMISSIONING DOCUMENT SIGNED BY PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON

Lot 2027: COMMISSIONING DOCUMENT SIGNED BY PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON

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Description: For Joseph F. Green appointing him a "Passed Midshipman" on June 10, 1833 signed in script by the President, Andrew Jackson, July 12, 1833. Also signed by the Secretary of the Navy Levi Woodbury. SIZE: 9" x 11-1/2" CONDITION: Very good. Stong signatures, seal intact. 9-25302

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COMMISSIONING DOCUMENT SIGNED BY ULYSSES S. GRANT

Lot 2028: COMMISSIONING DOCUMENT SIGNED BY ULYSSES S. GRANT

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Description: Fine commissioning document for Joseph F. Green appointing him a Rear Admiral in the Navy, July 13, 1870 signed June 5, 1872. Signed in bold pen "U.S. Grant" in script. Also signed by the acting Secretary of the Navy "N. Ludlow Case". SIZE: 20" x 16" CONDITION: Extremely fine with some light foxing marks and center horizontal fold with crisp signatures. A nice example. 9-25300

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COMMISSIONING DOCUMENT SIGNED BY PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN

Lot 2029: COMMISSIONING DOCUMENT SIGNED BY PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN

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Description: For Joseph F. Green appointing him a Captain in the Navy, July 16, 1862. Signed by the President with full script signature, February 21, 1863. Also signed by Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy. SIZE: 17" x 14" CONDITION: Center horizontal fold, strong signatures, some wrinkling to upper left, corners and edges. 9-25301

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LOT OF 24 PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS

Lot 2030: LOT OF 24 PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS

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Description: The 10" x 16" documents include; eleven Bounty Land Documents secretarial signed James Buchanan, six Bounty Land Documents secretarial signed Martin Van Buren, five Bounty Land Documents secretarial signed John Tyler, two Bounty Land Documents secretarial signed Abraham Lincoln and one Bounty Land Document secretarial signed Franklin Pierce SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Some with burnt edges but most are intact. 9-26323

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SIX PRESIDENTIAL LAND GRANTS

Lot 2031: SIX PRESIDENTIAL LAND GRANTS

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Description: Four Andrew Jackson, three of which are dated October 21, 1835. The other October 14, 1835. Two Martin Van Buren dated April 10, 1837 and August 1, 1838. All are secretarial signed. SIZE: 10" x 16" CONDITION: Some toning. No rips or tears. Otherwise very good. 7-70032

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HANDWRITTEN LETTER FROM HENRY KNOX TO THE GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA, JANUARY 18, 1794.

Lot 2032: HANDWRITTEN LETTER FROM HENRY KNOX TO THE GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA, JANUARY 18, 1794.

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Description: Letter as follows: "War Department January 18, 1794 Sir, I had the honor of writing to your Excellency on the 13th instant and of transmitting duplicates of the same. His Catholic Majesty's commissioners being desirous that every obstacle may be removed to their agents receiving the money taken by the L'Amee Margueritte, an illicit French privateer, from the Spanish brig St. Joseph, and it appearing indisputable from the evidence received that the money in possession of the Marshall of North Carolina was taken out of the said brig, your Excellency will therefore please to cause it to be delivered to the agent who has been appointed by the Spanish Commissioners for that purpose. I had the honor to be with great respect your Excellency's obedient servant, H. Knox, Secy of War". Marked on fold "NO.2 Duplicate/H.Knox/18 January 1794/Recd 6 February 1794". At this time Henry Knox was Secretary of War under George Washington and presided over the creation of a regular U.S. Navy and the establishment of a series of coastal fortifications. Knox was the nation's second Secretary of War. SIZE: 12-3/4" x 8". CONDITION: Crisp signature and calligraphy very good. 9-25303

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SIX ORDER DOCUMENTS OF REAR ADMIRAL JOHN A. DAHLGREN AND REAR ADMIRAL DUPONT PERTAINING TO THE CHARLESTON BLOCKADE

Lot 2033: SIX ORDER DOCUMENTS OF REAR ADMIRAL JOHN A. DAHLGREN AND REAR ADMIRAL DUPONT PERTAINING TO THE CHARLESTON BLOCKADE

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Description: John Adolphus Bernard Dahlgren (1809-1870). In February of 1863 Dahlgren was promoted to Rear Admiral and took command of the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. This lot includes: 1) Three page 13-1/2" x 8-1/2" order titled "Order of Battle and Plan of Attack Upon Charleston, S.C." dated April 5, 1863 and signed "S.F. DuPont" Rear Admiral Commanding, South Atlantic Blockade Squadron. This plan was enacted on April 7, 1863. Unfortunately, the nine ironclads were unable to navigate properly in the obstructed channels leading to the harbor. His ships were caught in a blistering crossfire, and he withdrew. Five of the ironclads were disabled and one sank. This was partly the cause of his being relieved of his command at his own request on July 5, 1863. 2) 9-3/4" x 8" letter dated July 15, 1863 from "Flag Stmr Augusta Dinsmore/Off Maris Island (Dahlgren used the Dinsmore as his flagship from June 30, 1863 to July 17, 1863) The order is addressed to "The Senior Officer Present Off Charleston Bar". He informs the senior officer that if the "enemy's ironclads" come out and attack our wooden vessels the vessel which observes their approach should show three rockets in rapid succession. At that point one of the monitors will be towed out at once to engage. Signed "J.A. Dahlgren" as Rear Admiral Commanding, S.A.B. Squadron. 3) 9-3/4" x 8" on blue-lined paper an order from the Flag Steamer Dinsmore July 21, 1863 signed "J.A. Dahlgren" as Rear Admiral Commanding, S.A.B. Squadron. This order directed to the Senior Officer outside the bar, informs him that the Confederate Steamer Sumter has left Liverpool and is headed our way and most likely headed to Fort Sumter with supplies of heavy ordnance. Dahlgren directs "for the capture of this vessel, and no effort should be spared to this end". 4) A 12-3/4" x 8" blue sheet titled "Order for Friday - 14th August 1863". Dahlgren announces that in a joint operation with General Gillmore "commencing today" the Passaic and the Patapsco will take positions off Fort Sumter and the other monitors will close on Fort Wagner and then advance along the beach towards Fort Gregg. 5) 8" x 5" two page letter written from the "Philadelphia" February 5, 1864. The page and a half letter concerns the plight of Lieutenant Commander Eastman. 6) 9-3/4" x 8" one page order written on blue-lined paper from the "Flag Steamer Philadelphia/Off Morris Island" February 5, 1864 signed "J.A. Dahlgren" as Rear Admiral Commanding, S.A.B. Squadron. The order is for marines from four different vessels to be sent on board the South Carolina. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Very good. 9-25311

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LARGE ARCHIVE OF PAPER EPHEMERA, PHOTOGRAPHS, ETC. RELATING TO THE PAN AM YANKEE CLIPPER

Lot 2034: LARGE ARCHIVE OF PAPER EPHEMERA, PHOTOGRAPHS, ETC. RELATING TO THE PAN AM YANKEE CLIPPER

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Description: The archive comes from Alan Wright and Chauncey D. Wright who was an engineer officer on the flights. The cache of material includes two fabulous photograph albums with annotations which include pictures overlooking New York City, the Brazilian Clipper in 1934 shown at West Point and Sikorsky Ramp. Also a series of photographs of Lindbergh's test of the Brazilian Clipper at Stratford, CT. A quantity of period photographs including some that are signed. Pamphlets concerning the Clipper, some awards, Pan American Clipper magazine, New Horizons magazine and much more. CONDITION: Generally in very good condition. 9-25532

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PHOTO OF JOHN AND JACKIE KENNEDY AUTOGRAPHED BY PRESIDENT JOHN KENNEDY

Lot 2035: PHOTO OF JOHN AND JACKIE KENNEDY AUTOGRAPHED BY PRESIDENT JOHN KENNEDY

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Description: The signature on a reprinted Mark Shaw photograph of John and Jackie standing on the White House balcony. Signed "Sincerely, John F. Kennedy". SIZE: 11-1/4" x 9-1/2" CONDITION: Photo faded. Signature clean. 9-25312

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SIGNED ONE PAGE LETTER BY CHARLES I KING OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELAND

Lot 2036: SIGNED ONE PAGE LETTER BY CHARLES I KING OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELAND

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Description: The letter dated April 23, 1628 and signed on the top "Charles R". The letter relating to a consolidation of troops to one location. It also indicates that the town where the soldiers would congregate would be compensated for their expenses. It needs to be understood that at this time Charles I was in the midst of a Parliamentary crisis involving taxation without Parliamentary consent. SIZE: 11-1/2" x 7-1/2" (a double-folded page) CONDITION: Very good. Some light foxing and light staining. 9-25307

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ONE PAGE DOCUMENT SIGNED BY LOUIS XIV KING OF FRANCE

Lot 2037: ONE PAGE DOCUMENT SIGNED BY LOUIS XIV KING OF FRANCE

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Description: Written in old French and dated March 6, 1707 the letter refers to a proclamation involving the city of Lille. At this time, in 1707, Lille was in the midst of the War of Succession with Spain. Lille was conquered by the Dutch but became French, once and for all, in 1713 with the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht. SIZE: 14-1/2" x 10" CONDITION: The paper has been affixed to flexible plastic. Some losses to corners, soiling, otherwise good. 9-25305

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AUTOGRAPHED LETTER DATED MAY 30TH 1709 BY QUEEN ANNE OF GREAT BRITAIN

Lot 2038: AUTOGRAPHED LETTER DATED MAY 30TH 1709 BY QUEEN ANNE OF GREAT BRITAIN

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Description: The letter signed at top "Anne R". The letter as follows "Our Will and Pleasure is That out of such Moneys as are or shall come to Your hands for the Use of Our Forces You Pay unto Our Trusty and Welbeloved Major General James Maitland the Sume of One hundred Twenty Six Pound Sixteen Shillings and Seven pence halfpenny, the same being Certifiy'd by You to be Due to Our Garrison of Fort William under his Command for their Pay from the 25th of October to the 22d of December 1708. Both days incl. being 59. Days according to the Establishment and Muster Roll. And for So doing this with the Acquittance of the said Major General James Maitland or his Assign shall be Your Warrant and Discharge. Given at Our Court of St. James's this 30. Day of May 1709 in the Eighth Year of Our Reign/By her Majty's Command. Walpole (countersigned)/To Our Right Trusty and/Welbeloved Councillour/John Howe Esqr. Paymr./Generall of Our Guards/Garrisons and Land Forces/in Great Britain." SIZE: 12-1/2" x 8" CONDITION: Edge mounted to a light board. Large water stain at bottom but very readable with a clear signature. 9-25306

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AUTOGRAPHED DOCUMENT BY LOUIS XVI OF FRANCE

Lot 2039: AUTOGRAPHED DOCUMENT BY LOUIS XVI OF FRANCE

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Description: The document in French attesting to the account of 194,122 pounds 6 shillings to the assistant of the Royal Council Minister of Finances witnessed at Versailles December 19, 1786. Signed in script "Louis". SIZE: 15-1/2" x 10-1/4" CONDITION: The document has been mounted to a flexible plastic backing. Good. 9-25304

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ONE PAGE LETTER SIGNED BY THE MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE.

Lot 2040: ONE PAGE LETTER SIGNED BY THE MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE.

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Description: Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette (1757-1834). The one page letter addressed to Madame Randall, Paris postmarked October 6, 1829. The letter, in French. General content as follows: Here's what he tells me about your affairs: Having completely abandoned the practice of the legal profession and as I was almost always out of town, I would not have been able to give proper attention to the case made​​. Randall, so I left to the care of Mr. Charles Patterson, and I put his name on the blank proxy who had been given. It shall meet the cleverness has probity. Made. Randall can, I am sure, as it will all agree that he will write to him by his Interets.Il the first building, I think it will give him immediately the interest of the three thousand dollars, on the remains, after the bankruptcy of Mr. M. Ritchetes, and the state in which Mr. Randall's interest has left his properties, I fear that this has very little has to wait but for instructions which will be more particular by Mr. Patterson. SIZE: 9" x 7-1/4". CONDITION: Very good. 9-25310

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IMPORTANT SIX PAGE LETTER SIGNED BY COMPOSER RICHARD WAGNER FEBRUARY 5, 1855

Lot 2041: IMPORTANT SIX PAGE LETTER SIGNED BY COMPOSER RICHARD WAGNER FEBRUARY 5, 1855

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Description: The letter on a folded double-sided sheet containing six pages of text. A stamp to upper left "Straf-anstalt Zu Waldheim". The letter, in German, dated Zurich, 5 Feb 1855. It concerns a few topics, one the visit of his wife; the performance of Tannhauser across Germany and the success of his Lohengrin and Flying Dutchman though he states the performances are more or less bad. He mentions that the London Philharmonical Society invites Wagner for a series of concerts during the season and Wagner accepts. They were to be between March 12 and June 25. At the beginning of July he intends to be back at Seelisberg on the Vierwaldstatter. He has finished the composition of the Walkure and at the special request of Liszt he sends him the original of Rheingold for inspection. He gives an account of Schopenhauer's life and his philosophy. Note: There are correspondences with several autograph dealers in the 1970s regarding the possible sale of this document. In a response from Charles Hamilton is the following "Over the years I have handled dozens of Wagner letters, but yours is the finest I have ever seen!" With the letter there was provided a copy in German as well as two translations into English. On one of the copies it was noted that the letter had been published in the book "Letters by Richard Wagner" by W. Altmann. SIZE: 8-1/4" x 5-1/2" CONDITION: Very good. Clear text and signature. 9-25308

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FULL PLATE AMBROTYPE OF AN OUTING AT NIAGARA FALLS ATTRIBUTE TO PLATT D. BABBIT.

Lot 2042: FULL PLATE AMBROTYPE OF AN OUTING AT NIAGARA FALLS ATTRIBUTE TO PLATT D. BABBIT.

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Description: Circa 1855-1860. Scene shows a group on the American side of Niagara Falls including a child, three men, and two women all in fancy clothing. Babbit was known to have shot hundreds of photographs from the same vantage point referred to as "Prospect Point". Housed in a full plate leather case. SIZE: 7" x 9". CONDITION: Very good, case has broken hinge area. 9-27187

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LARGE ALBUMEN PHOTOGRAPH OF NAN-KUN-TO-WIP VALLEY ARIZONA, UNSIGNED BUT BY JACK HILLERS.

Lot 2042A: LARGE ALBUMEN PHOTOGRAPH OF NAN-KUN-TO-WIP VALLEY ARIZONA, UNSIGNED BUT BY JACK HILLERS.

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Description: This large albumen photograph illustrates a panoramic view looking down this gorgeous canyon. Above the photographer and near the center of the image, is a rock protruding from the ledge and a western figure laying in a reclining position on the very edge looking at the photographer. This is a terrific 19th C. vista. The image mounted on a period cardboard matte with a stenciled design and a printed title in the lower left of the image. SIZE: Approximately 9-3/4" w x 13" h , overall the size including card 16" w x 20" h. CONDITION: The matte overall lightly soiled, the image with some slight soiling, but generally image is strong and generally clean. A wonderful large southwest image. 4-45611-1

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12-PIECES OF HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE.

Lot 2043: 12-PIECES OF HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE.

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Description: Plates consisting of Five Shell and Foliage Border Series, "Commodore MacDonnough's Victory" including a 10" plate with minor flake on edge; two 9-1/4" plates and two 7-1/2" plates; a Foliage and Shell Series "View of Liverpool"; a Foliage and Shell Series "City of Albany, State of New York"; a Foliage and Shell Series scene with an anchored American ship in harbor; a Foliage and Shell Series 8-1/4" "Dartmouth"; a pair of 6-1/2" "Cowl's Harbour", all impressed Wood and Sons; together with an 8-1/2" high teapot with floral border depicting ships in an evening harbor, unknown maker. PROVENANCE: From the "Harp House" of Camden, Maine. CONDITION: All in good condition unless otherwise stated above. 9-26980

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THREE HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE COVERED DISHES.

Lot 2044: THREE HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE COVERED DISHES.

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Description: 1) Square form shell border series with harbor scene having rosette finial "Impressed Wood" (Enoch Wood and Sons). 2) Footed oval form with foliage border centered with Asian port scene with figures and pagodas in background having a rosette finial, unmarked. 3) Square form with shaped edge. Foliage and Scroll Border Series. River scene with fishermen, fortress in background with square finial. Impressed mark Clews Staffordshire. SIZE: 1) 9-1/2". 2) 12-1/2" X 9-1/2". 3) 12-1/4" X 10" PROVENANCE: From the "Harp House" of Camden, Maine. CONDITION: 1) Minor flake to rim underside and cover underside as well as three minor flakes to rosette. 2) Very good condition. 3) Two very minor chips to base rim. 9-26977

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LOT OF 13 PIECES OF STAFFORDSHIRE TEAWARE.

Lot 2045: LOT OF 13 PIECES OF STAFFORDSHIRE TEAWARE.

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Description: Consisting of two teapots with acorn finials, tallest 11" with floral border and farm views, unknown makers; four floral bordered teapots with various hunt and Asian port views, tallest 8-3/4"; four sugars, three covered, floral borders having various views; three creamers, tallest 5", with various views. PROVENANCE: From the "Harp House" of Camden, Maine. CONDITION: Finial and one handle lacking to sugar bowl, various chips and repairs. 9-26978

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13 PCS HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE.

Lot 2046: 13 PCS HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE.

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Description: The Picturesque Scenery and Select Views Series, consisting of set of four 10" plates "Llanarth Court, Monmouthshire"; set of eight 10"; "Pains Hill, Surrey" together with a 10 3/4" bowl "Warleigh House, Somersetshire" all by R. Halls with blue underglaze mark. PROVENANCE: From the "Harp House" of Camden, Maine. CONDITION: A few minor chips, otherwise in good condition. 9-26875

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EIGHT PIECES OF AMERICAN HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE.

Lot 2047: EIGHT PIECES OF AMERICAN HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE.

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Description: Consisting of three Shell Border Series, two 10" diameter, one 9" diameter plates featuring American paddle wheel "Union Line", impressed marked "Wood and Sons"; two Shell Border Series plates, "Falls Montmorenci, Quebec" impressed "Wood and Sons" with blue underglaze mark, 8-1/2" and 9"; one 9" American Independent 1776 Washington commemorative impressed "Wood and Sons" plate; one 5-1/2" Foliage and Scroll border river view impressed "Clews" Staffordshire and a 3-1/2" Shell Border Series cup plate with American fortress impressed "Wood and Sons." PROVENANCE: From the "Harp House" of Camden, Maine. CONDITION: 9" plate has crack with staple repair. Otherwise in good condition. 9-26979

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10 HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE RECTANGULAR PLATTERS.

Lot 2048: 10 HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE RECTANGULAR PLATTERS.

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Description: Consisting of a 19"w Select Views Series "Church of St. Charles and Polytechnic School, Vienna, Germany", R. Halls blue underglaze mark; set of three 14-3/4" Foliage and Shell Border Series, "View of Dublin", impressed mark Wood and Sons; one 12-3/4" Foliage and Shell Series "High Lands, Hudson River" impressed mark Wood and Sons; 11-3/4" London Views Series "London"; 11-1/4" Flower and Leaf border, pastoral view with castle in background, impressed Adams, Staffordshire; 10-3/4" Grapevine Border Series, "The Colosseum, Regent's Park", impressed Wood (Enoch Wood); 9-1/4" Acorn and Oak Leaf border "Oxburgh Hall"; 9-1/2" Fruit and Leaf border, scenic view with cathedral, unknown maker. PROVENANCE: From the "Harp House" of Camden, Maine. CONDITION: 19" very minor flake on rim, 9-1/2" as noted, otherwise in very good condition. 9-26982

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