DoneNov 07, 2020 6:24 PM EST
Petersburg, VA, United States
Auction Details

Books, Art, Ceramics and Collectibles

In this online auction, we offer a large variety of collectible antiquarian books and first editions, authentic 18th century engravings, ephemera, genuine lithographs, Asian and European porcelain, 1930s American Folk Art, paintings, and much more. Among other rare books, there are 18th and 19th century illustrated editions, early American books, American Universal Magazines of 1797 and Franklin Almanac of 1822; as well "Franklin’s Way to Wealth and Penn’s, Maxims" (1st/1st 1834); 18th and 19th century illustrated editions of "Robinson Crusoe," Walter Scott album with attached genuine 1866' photographs by Thomas Annan; first Printing of Mark Twain's Following the Equator (1897) and Autobiography (1871); first official printing of Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind" [June 1936]; Catcher In The Rye by Salinger, To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee; and limited to 750 numbered copies first introductory large format printing of Dumas "Three Musketeers" with 250 wood engraved illustrations by Maurice Leloir (1894); 1st complete 8-volume memoirs of Casanova (Limited Editions Club 1940). Among the artworks are the paintings by the two extraordinary American female painters, "The Impressionist Landscape" (1957) by Maud H. Purdy, and "The Fisher Girls at Giverny" (1894) by Mariquita S. Gill; also original museum's quality original copper engravings by the leading engraving artists of the 16th and 18th centuries, and original 1880s Goupil photogravures. Please, also review our Asian, European and American porcelain and collectibles. Auction Curators.
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