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Lot 98

SCIENCE FICTION CINEMA. - H.G. WELLS, Sir Alexander KORDA & William Cameron MENZIES

'Things To Come': a unique assemblage, put together by artist Norman H. Partridge, recording the film and the filming

including letters, stills, candid 'on set' photographs (including H.G.Wells), and more

Lot 101

CRESTS, MONOGRAMS & FLAGS.

An album, titled on the spine “Album of Diestamping”

with over mounted 1900 examples

Lot 104

Paul MORAND, Jean OBERLÉ

(Pochoir, FINE BINDING). Lewis et Irène. Gravures a l'eau-forte de Jean Oberlé.

Èmil-Paul Frères, 1925

Lot 110

Comte Tony de VIBRAYE

(WWI; signed) Carnet de route d’un cavalier. Aout 1914 Aout 1919. Paris, 1939

1 of 30 examples on Holland Van Gelder.

Lot 111

FITZGERALD, F. Scott

2 early First Editions by F. Scott FITZGERALD

Lot 114

Maurice BEDEL (1883-1954)

[POCHOIR; SKIING] Jerome 60° Latitude Nord.

1of 600 on Hollande paper. With illustrations by Per Lasson Krohg

Lot 118

Sister Mary Corita Kent;

(POSTER BOOK, SIGNED) Moments. Boston: Beacon Press, 1982

Large format.

Lot 124

THE MAGI. - [Unidentified British Engraver].

Original engraved wood printing-block featuring the Three Wise Men, their gifts to the new-born Christ in their hands.

probably for use in a Chapbook or Children's book

Lot 125

[SHIPS] Thomas COOK

Cook's Handbook to London

Tourist copy with various travel ephemera. Complete with the underground map.

Lot 127

BEES. – ‘LEE’, possibly J.LEE, engraver.

Original engraved wood printing-block featuring a father, seated beside a bee skep, explaining to his son about bees.

signed in the block ‘Lee’ (in reverse).

Lot 129

Baron de Férussac

(Natural History; Mollusks) 1823 Monograph on Melanopsis

Lot 131

Carlolo Agardh Westerlund

(NATURAL HISTORY). 2 iterms 1876 Fauna Europæa : molluscorum extramarinorum prodromus & a paleo-Arctic paper.

2 volumes in 1

Lot 132

August Nicolaus Herrmannsen

(NATURAL HISTORY) Indicis Generum Malacozoorum Primordia, 1846-1852

Lot 133

Thomas BROWN

(IRISH NATURAL HISTORY) “Account of the Irish Testacca” 1815, (1818); color plate

Early work on shells

Lot 138

Adolf d' AILLY

(AFRICA; NATURAL HISTORY) 1912 Contributions a la connaissance des mollusques terrestres et d'eau douce de Kameroun.

Cameroon freshwater terrestrial molluscs. Scarce. Together with 1 other scholarly work on African conchology

Lot 139

Richard I. JOHNSON

Small archive of Johnson’s Photographs, monographs, inscribed material, etc.

Includes Manuscript material, travel notes

Lot 143

C.S. WEAVER, & J.E. DU PONT

[COLOR PLATES; NATURAL HISTORY] Living Volutes: A Monograph of the Recent Volutidae of the World

Together with 5 other Conchology & related books

Lot 144

Nelson ANNADALE; Stanley KEMP; E. GNOSH; S. Thomas SATYAMURTI

[AUTHOR'S COPY] Fauna of the Chilka Lake.

[ INDIA] Together with The mollusca of Krusadai Island and another Item

Lot 145

Casto de ELERA

[ASIA; NATURAL HISTORY] Rare 1896 Catálogo sistemático de toda la fauna de Filipinas

Monumental work by the foremost Dominican Scientist of the 19th Century

Lot 146

[ENGRAVINGS] William BLAKE.

Twelve designs for "The Grave" by Robert Blair

printed separately for the first time from the original plates

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