AMERICAS - EXOTIC PLANTS)
Denisse, Etienne (illus).
Paris. Gihaut. No date. [Ca. 1843-1846]. Hand colored lithograph, image approximately 15 x 11 inches on sheet size 18 3/4 x 12 1/2 inches. A few short edge tears, soft crease to three corners (outside plate area) and minor chip to lower left corner; good, clean condition... Item #46251
ANCHOR BUILDING BLOCKS)
Germany. Richters Anker-Steinbaukasten. No date. Ca. 1894. Staple-bound booklet 13 ½ x 9 ½ inches, 16 pages. Full page color illustrations depicting eight structures (two views of each) that can be built from a box of "Anchor Blocks No. 26A New Series." Letters of the alphabet are posted along the... Item #54245
ATLAS - WORLD)
A New General Atlas; Containing Distinct Maps Of All The Principal States And Kingdoms Throughout The World. From The Latest And Best Authorities. (Cover title: Ostell’s General Atlas).
London. Cradock and Joy (Successors to Mr. Ostell). 1809. Atlas 11 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches containing 30 maps with outline handcolor, including The World (double); 17 European nations; 4 Asia; 1 Africa; 3 North America (including United States); 1 South America; Chart of the World; 2 Ancient Geography (Greece... Item #54078
CATS - VICTORIAN ENGLAND)
Ballantyne, R. M. "Comus" (illus).
London, England. T. Nelson and Sons. 1867. Color illustrations throughout, unpaginated (72 pp., most printed on one side only), approximately 10 ¾ x 7 inches; cloth-covered boards with pictorial gilt-embossed front cover design. Text on title page states "Thirty-Two Pages of Illustrations, Printed in Oil... Item #54053
COLOR ILLUSTRATED THEATRE PROGRAM)
Soudeikine (cover illus).
New York. The Dancey-Davis Press. No date. Ca. 1923. 32 pp. black and white and color-illustrated program (sets by Serge Sudeikine and others) for Balieff’s Chauve-Souris of Moscow ("The Bat" Theatre of Moscow), a touring review that performed extensively in Europe and, as this program announces, was... Item #54101
Greetings Lee's Pharmacy Alaska Building Seattle, Wash Expert Prescriptionists. [Chromolithograph of two roses].
de Longpre, Paul (illus).
New York. Gray Lith Co. 1903. Chromolithograph on sheet size 14 x 10 1/2 inches. Scattered foxing, light toning to paper, a few short edge tears and soft creases; otherwise good condition with bright colors. Chromolithograph of two roses (one red, one pink) with several buds... Item #46206
FAUST - SOUVENIR PROGRAM) Hatton, Joseph.
London. J. S. Virtue and Company. No date. Ca. 1887- 1888. Souvenir booklet with pictorial paper-covered boards and cloth spine, 6 ½ x 9 ¼ inches, 32 pp. Numerous illustrations drawn together in the booklet from a variety of sources. The cover of the booklet denotes Irving's US tour with... Item #54057
MILLER - LARGE HANDCOLORED ENGRAVING - 18TH CENTURY)
[Untitled engraving of morning glory-like plant with fruit]. (From John Miller "An Illustration of the Sexual System of Linnaeus.")
Miller, John (illus).
London. J. Miller. [ 1771]. Engraving, handcolored, image 17 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches on sheet 20 1/2 x 13 1/2 inches. On laid paper with watermark. Even toning to paper, a few faint foxed spots, minor chipping to sheet edges well outside the image; pinhole in... Item #46233
NEW YORK - NEW YORK CITY)
New York. M. Dripps. 1863. Pocket map, handcolored engraving on sheet 26 x 19 1/2 inches folding into gilt-lettered decorative embossed cloth-covered board folder 5 x 3 1/2 inches. A few very short separations at fold intersections, overall very crisp, bright and clean. A scarce early edition of this beautiful map of New York City. Item #53164
NEW YORK - NEW YORK CITY)
A Map of New York. A Chart neither too Literal nor too Emotional, Showing the City New York Replete with the Wondrous Spectacles, Mysteries and Pastimes of the Natives. Done in the Year of the New York World's Fair 1939.
Patterson, Russell (illus).
New York. R. H. Macy & Co. Copyright 1939. Color pictographic / pictorial map, 20 x 26 inches on sheet size 22 x 27 3/4 folding as issued, now professionally mounted on linen. Light wear along folds; light toning to margins, very good, clean condition. A vibrant... Item #51767
NEW YORK CITY)
New York. Find It Guide Co. 1932. Card 4 x 3 3/4 inches with revolving wheel, two grommets. Light creasing to one corner, very good condition. The directions for use read: "'250 PARK AVE.' TURN DIAL UNTIL '250' IS OPPOSITE 'PARK.' SEE ANSWER 46ST. IN LEFT OPENING." Verso has an... Item #54147
NIBLO'S THEATRE NEW York CITY)
Boston. Maturin Murray Ballou. 02-24- 1855. Weekly newspaper, 15 x 10 ¼ inches, p 113 to p 128. Featured on the first page is a wood block engraving of the stage at Niblo's Theatre, New York City, as seen from the back of the stalls (ground floor seating). The image... Item #54135
OREGON - BIRD'S EYE VIEW MAP)
Routledge, Fred A. (illus).
Portland, OR. Portland Chamber of Commerce. 1929. Color bird's eye view map, image 20 1/4 x 32 1/4 inches on sheet size 22 x 33 1/2 inches, Light wear to folds now minimised by professional linen backing. Very good condition. Handsome color bird's-eye view map of... Item #46238
ORTMANN, WOLFGANG) Rebner, Artur (words by) Franz Lehár (music by)
Ortmann, Wolfgnag (illus).
Berlin. Drei Masken - Verlag. 1920. Sheet music titled "Eine Kleine Freundin" ("A Little Girlfriend") with color lithographic cover by Wolfgang Ortmann (1885-1969) hauntingly evoking the decadence of post World War I Berlin. The cover is approximately 13 ¼ x 10 ¾ inches and is dated 1920... Item #54041
Bocourt (engraved by).
[Paris]. Ca. 1807-1835. Color stipple engraving with added handcolor, plate mark 12 1/4 x 9 3/4 inches on sheet size 17 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches. A few very faint tiny foxing spots, light wear to edges including several mended tears (all outside plate area); a bright... Item #46218
Turpin (drawn by). Bouquet (engraved by).
[Paris]. Ca. 1807-1835. Color stipple engraving with added handcolor, plate mark 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches on sheet size 16 1/4 x 11 inches. Very good: a few faint foxing spots, toning to edges of verso (not affecting front); a bright image. An... Item #46220