Catalogues

Elist 42 ~ Ephemera, Photographs, Maps, New York City, Australia

Elist 42 ~ Ephemera, Photographs, Maps, New York City, Australia

63 items including Secunda etas Mundi, Schedel's world map, 1493; Peacock's Improved Double Dissection puzzle of the world with lyrebird and kangaroo; charming Neopolitan album illustrating Italian life and trades, ca. 1830; U.S. passport signed by Hamilton Fish, NY Governor, Senator and US Secretary of State under Grant to prominent Cuban American businessman, 1872 ; Lossing's Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution; War of 1812; Civil War, in uniform leather bindings; Suez Canal construction albumen photographs possibly by Kowzlowski; Trompf travel post of Western Australia; 1830 surgery diploma signed by early British eye surgeon Frederick Tyrrell; collections of Gazette du Bon Ton elegant pouchoir prints of French fashion; Bromley, Land Book of the Borough of Manhattan 1925 & Map of the City of NY, Upper West Side real estate maps. 1872; C & I print by Fannie Palmer The Hudson From West Point.

Books, Maps, Print, Ephemera, Photographs, etc.

 

Elist 41 ~ Posters, Maps, Rugby, Military, Australia, China

Elist 41 ~ Posters, Maps, Rugby, Military, Australia, China

75 items including a group of Australian travel posters by Northfield, Trompf and others; a letter from a woman tradesperson in 1850 Adelaide urging her plumber sister to immigrate; a Paris postcard posted from Germany on the eve of the 1936 Berlin Olympics; maps including Bougainville’s Port Jackson, 1837, Alexandria by Braun & Hogenberg, ca. 1575; Karma, a Story of Early Buddhism by Hasagewa, 1896; 1939 photograph & trip ephemera album of the “Prime Minister of Mirth”, George Robey and wife, their return to England flying Qantas necessitated by the start of W.W.I.I.;  Salictum Woburnense: or, a Catalogue of Willows Indigenous and Foreign, one of 50 copies privately printed, 1829 with 140 plates;  Gen. Winfield Scott, Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manoeuvres of Infantry in original boards, 1815; print of the dingo from rare colored edition of Philip’s Voyage… to Botany Bay.

Photographs, books, maps, ephemera

Cook's Last Voyage

Cook's Last Voyage

Cook's Last Voyage - The Artistic Vision in John Webber's Prints Unpublished Aquatints; Lifetime Issues; Boydell Issues A series of Webber views of Cook's third voyage to the South Pacific including New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga, Tahiti, Krakatoa, French Polynesia, Vietnam, Russian Kamchatka and Macao in China, published from 1787 to 1820.