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Lot number (low to high)
1014 Alken, Henry | A sweeping depiction of English sport
1015 Alken, Henry | A fine set of this rare collection of Alken's major works
1016 Alken, Henry | A very sporting binding
1017 (Alken, Henry) | A group of seven titles with illustrations by Henry Alken related to sporting
1018 Beer, John | Off to the races!
1019 Berners, [Dame Juliana] | Hawking with a fine provenance
1020 (Binding) — [Ellis, George, editor] | An ornate mosaic binding
1021 Brown, Peter | "New, Curious, and Non-Descript Birds, with a Few Quadrupeds, Reptiles, and Insects."
1022 Catesby, Mark | With plates much-loved by Jefferson
1023 Clark, Roland | Presentation copy, number 44 of 50 numbered copies
1024 [Clemens, Samuel L.] | First American edition, one of 200 in the half brown morocco binding
1025 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, John Keats, and Percy Bysshe Shelley | An exceptional association copy of the first collected edition of Keats' works
1026 [Crawhall, Joseph] | Presentation copy of "The Compleatest Angling Booke that Ever was Writ..."
1027 [Defoe, Daniel] | The birth of the novel in English
1028 Dickens, Charles | Bleak House, in original monthly parts
1029 Dickens, Charles | A Tale of Two Cities, in original monthly parts
1030 Frost, Arthur Burdett | A complete copy of Frost's masterpiece of sporting art
1031 Goode, George Brown and Kilbourne, Samuel A. | With their natural habitats beautifully depicted
1032 [Gosden, Thomas] | Three handsome sporting bindings, one with a fore-edge painting
1033 Gould, John | It's Lear
1034 Hodges, W.P., and Henry Alken | Tally-ho!
1035 Hunt, Lynn Bogue | U.S. game birds, with an original watercolor
1036 La Fontaine, Jean de | With Moreau's plates in two states
1037 Morris, Beverley R. | First edition of British Game Birds and Wildfowl
1038 (New York) | Attractive lithographed maps of Nassau County
1039 North, Roger — Eleazar Albin (illustrator) | Beautifully colored fish...
1040 Poe, Edgar Allen, and John Tenniel (illustrator) | With original drawings and an autograph letter
1041 Remington, Frederic | "...the Frontier glows before us once more in living flesh and blood..."
1042 [Schiff, Mortimer L., collection] — de Ricci, Seymour, compiler | The catalogue of Schiff's library of signed bindings
1043 Sewell, A[nna] | First American edition
1044 Shelley, Percy Bysshe | An ornately bound Prometheus Unbound
1045 Smith, Jerome V. C | Reprint of the limited release of earliest American literature on angling
1046 Stowe, Harriet Beecher | First English edition, in the original parts
1047 Stubbs, George | A landmark work in the study of equine anatomy
1048 [Swift, Jonathan] | "One of the earliest and greatest of all English novels"
1049 Vieillot, L[ouis] P[ierre] | With handsome colored plates of tropical birds
1050 Wordsworth, William | Dora Wordsworth's inscribed set of her father's works—a remarkable association copy
1051 Allen, Ethan | The rare first publication in the United States openly against Christianity
1052 (Civil War) | Includes a chart of Mobile Bay inscribed by Farragut
1053 Custer, George Armstrong | Custer attacks Andrew Johnson and advocates for Black suffrage
1054 Benjamin Franklin Imprints | A pair of Benjamin Franklin's rarest imprints
1055 Gardner, Alexander | A check signed three times by Alexander Gardner
1056 (Hamilton, Alexander) | A volume from Hamilton's library, also signed by two of his sons
1057 Jackson, Thomas J. ("Stonewall") | A firsthand report of the Siege of Veracruz by Stonewall Jackson
1058 Jefferson, Thomas | A Northwest Territory land grant signed by Jefferson and Madison
1059 Jefferson, Thomas | Supervising the supervisor at Monticello
1060 Jefferson, Thomas | President Jefferson writes that his "retirement from office … will be a day of great relief & joy to me"
1061 Lincoln, Abraham | A lengthy Lincoln legal document signed "Lincoln & Herndon for Complt"