IMPORTANT AMERICAN FURNITURE, SILVER, PRINTS, FOLK ART & DECORATIVE ARTS. Christie's, January 27, 1996. 4to. 186 pages. Illustrated. An impressive catalogue with 135 lots of important silver. Total number of lots - 320. "Prices realized" page is present and with prices for silver items marked in ink.
AMERICAN SILVER AT WINTERTHUR. By Ian M.G. Quimby. With Dianne Johnson. A Winterthur Book, (1991). 4to. 491 pages. Fully illustrated. Includes biographical data on 162 silversmiths and 517 entries listed with complete details. A very fine copy.
In The Neatest, Most Fashionable Manner: THREE CENTURIES OF ALEXANDRIA SILVER. Catalogue & Exhibition By Catherine B. Hollan. Alexandria, Virginia: The Lyceum, (1994). 4to. Original wrappers. Fully illustrated. 189 pages.
TOGETHER WITH: A Xerox copy of an exhibition catalogue - A CENTURY OF ALEXANDRIA, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA & GEORGETOWN SILVER 1750-1850. Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1966. 27 pages. Illustrated. (see enlargement 5).
AMERICAN SILVER. By John Marshall Phillips. With fifty-six reproductions in color and monochrome and fourteen text illustrations in line. New York, Chanticleer Press, (1949). 8vo. Cloth with paper label on spine. Covers from the seventeenth to nineteenth century. 128 pages.
CHURCH SILVER OF COLONIAL VIRGINIA. An Exhibition Organized by The Virginia Museum Feb. 2 - March 8, 1970. 4to. Original wrappers. Illustrated. 112 pages. Examples of fine Colonial silver from 36 Virginia Churches are shown and described.
SILVERSMITHS OF LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA. 1730 - 1850. By Vivian S. Gerstell. Lancaster COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 1972. 8vo. Cloth. Fully illustrated. 42 silversmiths are listed with examples of their work and pictures of their marks. In very fine condition.
VICTORIAN MINIATURE "CALENDAR OF THE SEASONS" Marcus Ward, 1885. A four-paneled calendar which originally would have been folded but now separated at each fold with each separate card measuring 4 1/4" by 2 5/8". The chromolithographed cards are printed in full colors and gilt. Each card features a portrait miniature of a young girl in a central medallion: 1.) SPRING; 2.) SUMMER; 3.) AUTUMN; 4.) WINTER. Please see enlargements for details. The backs have a calendar for 1885 wi ...click for details
JOHN WINSCH NOVELTY CHRISTMAS POSTCARD WITH SMALL BOOKLET ATTACHED. 1911. Printed in Germany in full colors and gilt. The card features a DIE CUT booklet attached to the front of the card with a pink silk ribbon. Inscribed in pencil on the back but not postally used - otherwise in mint condition with no inscriptions inside the booklet.