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SA Auction #83 begins on 18 Jun 2020

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US Auction #2 - Americana

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Lot 24

Daniel WEBSTER (1758-1843).

A Dictionary of the English language ... By Noah Webster … Reprinted by E.H. Barker ... from a copy communicated by the Author

Ex-lot 41 from the first sale in March - a second chance to buy this attractive copy of the 1st English edition of Webster's masterwork.

Lot 119

President Andrew JACKSON (1767-1845).

Jackson Democrats Read This. An Extract from the Farewell Address of President Jackson in 1837.

unsold in US auction #1: this broadside is very rare and worth a second look.

Lot 120

President Andrew JACKSON. - Washington IRVING.

A 3pp. autograph letter signed, New York, Feb 19th 1834, to Francis Barber Ogden, the U.S. Consul for the Port of Liverpool,

Unsold in the first US sale: an interesting letter that deserves a second time around.

Lot 125

David RAMSAY

The History of the Revolution of South-Carolina, from a British Province to an Independent State.

Unsold in US sale #1: this work offers an important and evocative Charleston provenance, in addition to being the first book to be granted US copyright protection.

Lot 127

Robert FLEMING (b. 1630, St. Bathens, nr. Dunbar – d. 1694, London).

The Fulfilling of the Scripture. Or an essay shewing the exact accomplishment of the word of God

Unsold in US sale #1 : the first American edition of an important Calvinist work.

Lot 128

The New York Historical Society. – Jacob HARSEN (1808-1863).

An engraved and manuscript testimonial, addressed to Jacob Harsen, appointing him a "Resident Life Member" of the NYHS

Unsold in US sale #1: an attractive aide memoire about the early history of Manhattan

Lot 132

AMERICAN Local Rules for golf, MISQUAMICUT Golf Club, Rhode Island. - R. P. FORGAN.

The Golfer's Handbook, including History of the Game; Special Uses of the Different Clubs; ... New Rules for the Game.

Unsold in US sale #1: an important relic, worth a second look

Lot 137

NEW YORK, 7th Regiment. - William Rhinelander STEWART, Snr. (1852-1925)

An album containing 100 items of ephemera recalling William R. Stewart’s ‘career’ in Company ‘K’ of the 7th Regiment, Nat. Guard

Unsold in sale number 1 – the 19th-century post-Civil War history of the fashionable Seventh Regiment told through the ephemera that was usually discarded: worth a…

Lot 139

[Attributed to R.S. GILBERT, or Alexander ANDERSON, wood-block cutters].

An original end-grain wood printing block of a Federal Eagle + a copy of “M’Carty’s American Primer.”

Unsold in sale #1: a rare chance to own an iconic piece of patriotic American imagery from the Federal period

Lot 166

ANTI-VIETNAM. - Robert Andrew PARKER (b.1927) & John F. MAHONY (1924-2018).

Manuscript scroll, titled 'In Tarrytown, July 4, 1971 / A Declaration of Peace'

unsold in sale #1: this deserves to be better known, to be in a collection of anti-war graphics and ephemera where it can be properly appreciated - here is a second…

Lot 175

NEWSPAPER History in the US.

Manuscript document being the draft of an agreement, Allen Township, Northampton, Pennsylvania, dated ‘2d Day of October 1775’,

unsold in sale #1 - an important document which shines a light on start of a communications netwrok which ensured news got where it was needed. Worth a second look

Lot 182

[Benjamin FRANKLIN]. - Jacques-Vincent DELACROIX (1743-1832).

Constitutions des principaux Etats de l’Europe et des Etats-Unis de l’Amerique.

Unsold in the first sale - an interestibg work which deserves a second lokk

Lot 206

PERU, President Lois M. SANCHEZ Cerro . - FOTO AVILES HNOS, and others, photographers

Photo archive: The Prince of Wales & the Peruvian President Lois M. Sanchez Cerro in February 1931

including the rare signature of the President: the first indigenous leader of a South American country,

Lot 209

Jonathan EDWARDS, Samule HOPKINS and Nathanael EMMONS.

[American imprints] Sammelband with Four 18th-Century items

Printers: Anthony Haswell, "printer patriot of Bennington, VT"; Shepard Kollock, Elizabethtown, NJ; & William Durell, NYC.

Lot 216

John MARSHALL - Joseph YEAGER (engraver).

Atlas to Marshall's Life of Washington.

10 hand-tinted maps by Joseph Yeager

Lot 217

Philip DODDRIDGE (1702-1751)

[American imprint.] The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul: Illustrated in a Course of Serious and Practical Addresses

Dedicated by Doddridge to Isaac Watts

Lot 218

[Washington IRVING, William IRVING, James K. PAULDING, and Evert A. DUYCKINCK]

Salmagundi, or, the Whimwhams and Opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, Esq. and Others.

Lot 231

John Romeyn BRODHEAD

History of the State of new York. 2 vols. Map..

Fine leather bindings.

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