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Lot 274

#104 [Tools from the workshop of Denis Gouey Bookbinding Studio, see bookbinding.com]

2 brass stamping dies, one done for the Limited Edition Club A Season in Hell, one Constitution of the United States

Engraved for the LImited edition of 30 portfolio

Lot 275

After Jost AMMAN

The Bookbinder

Stain glass circa 1900

Lot 279

John Andrews ARNETT

An Inquiry Into the Nature and Form of the Books of the Ancients

Rare title on bookbinding featuring an engraving of Roger Payne

Lot 283

Anne MORGAN (1873-1952), Anne Murray DIKE and others. – J.H. RHOADES (recipient).

[A printed and manuscript certificate issued by the American Committee for Devastated France]

A rare piece of WWI ephemera, recalling the part this American women’s volunteer civilian relief organization played at the end of the Great War.

Lot 299

Horace Bellow's Erotica Collection

1937- 2 Limited Edition Volumes - 'Art Album of Flagellation'

Photos & Drawings - Bondage, Flagellation, Whips

Lot 300

1950-'60s "Cheesecake" Photos

"For Your Eyes Only"

Lot 321

Jose Maria de Ortega, contributor;

[ REPUBLIC OF TEXAS] [NEWSPAPER]. Semanario Politico Del Gobierno De Nuevo Leon, Monterrey, Abril 11, 1844.

Rare border country newspaper from the year the U.S. annexed the territory of Texas.

Lot 326

[W. Thallon DAUS, Capt. A.R.C.

[WWI] PRACTICAL HINTS ON PARIS. With folding maps.

Uncommon World War 1 travel booklet.

Lot 330

Abraham MASLOW; Elizabeth Hall

[ASSOCIATION COPY] Toward a Psychology of Being

Inscribed to Elizabeth Hall the editor of Psychology Today.

Lot 354

[TIN WARE] G. A. Gridley & Son; R. M. Watts, printer 1874

[PUZZLES] [ADVERTISING] Decorative broadside flier for an Elmira, N.Y. hardware store, with a rebus

Rebus handbill advertising 1874

Lot 364

[The Kelmscott Press]. – Sydney C. COCKERELL and William MORRIS.

[The Kelmscott Press]. Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century.

one of just 225 copies, this from Henry Poor's library

Lot 366

Charles DICKENS

Bleak House

1853 1st edition, signed binding: D.H. Dalton, bookseller to the Queen 3/4 Leather

Lot 368

[A.L.S.] Thomas F MADIGAN; Charles SUMNER

[AUTOGRAPH] 3p. ALS to Gen. U. S. GRANT by Senator SUMNER, bound in Word Shadows of the Great The Lure of Autograph Collecting

Sumner introduces Auguste LAUGEL a French writer to Gen. Grant

Lot 372

James Thacher

A Practical Treatise on the Management of Bees

and the Establishment of Apiaries, with the Best Method of Destroying and Preventing the Depradations of the Bee Moth.

Lot 373

William Jardine

The Natural History of Bees.

Comprehending the Uses and Economical Management of the British and the Foreign Honey-Bee; together with the Known Wild Species.

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