Nicely framed antique print. Light foxing but more pronounced on the edges. The frame measures 13" x 18". Not examined out of frame-sold as is. "In the French engraving Le Lever after Freudenberg, of the 1780s (illustration, right), gentle social criticism is levelled at the lady of the court; that she slept without unlacing her stays, apparently, perhaps can be seen as artistic licence...
A signed hard cover with dustjacket(that shows some wear). Published by Doubleday Doran & Co.,NY 1935. Possibly a later state of a first edition. Signed "With Best Wishes Kenneth Roberts".
Beautifully decorated cover with blue boards and gilt design and edging. Published by the Peabody Medical Institute, Boston, 1881, the book is copyrighted by Albert H. Hayes. Noted as the "Latest Edition". Mint condition. Includes responses to letters from patients with recipes for medicines. Attached to the pastedown is a certificate from the Board of Officers of the National Medical Association at Philadelphia, PA that awards Parker a medal...
No stated edition. Published by Horizon Press in 1964. Light wear on the dust jacket otherwise in near fine condition. 180 B&W plates. One page is uncut at the top.
L'Evenement au Bal ~ Freudeberg....Nicely framed antique print. Light foxing but more pronounced within the boxed script and on the edges. No date. The frame measures 13" x 18". Not examined out of frame -sold as is.
An older signed sterling 3-D pendant with carved Aztec jade face.Marked PVB Mexico 925 with 3 in a bell ...there are other rubbed marks. Measures 2-1/2" x 1-/2". Light wear on the nose but no chips.
A black satin coat or dress with brocade embellishments. There are tears which we prefer to leave to a professional restorer (under arms, on bodice side and in the center back). There is also satin loss on the cuffs, wear on the front ribbon ends and several small holes. Sold as is. Length 46"~shoulder to shoulder 17".
Stated "One of twenty" prints by illustrator and children's book publisher. Helena Chase Johnson. The print is also marked "For Norman" along with her signature. An interesting note -- Chase owned The Little Hotel by the Sea (located at the Grande Colonial Hotel in La Jolla, Calif.) The hotel boasted of having a beautiful six-passenger mahogany elevator, making it "The Littlest Hotel in the World with an Elevator."
Published in 1980 by the Smithsonian Institution Press/Renwick Gallery of the National Collection. Gray cloth boards. No dust jacket. B&W photos.
Translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and published in 1867 by Ticknor and Fields, Boston. An oversized book with green leather boards, uncut pages and gilt lettering.Some light foxing, a faint water stain that runs thru several pages,and the spine/front board has a 3-1/2" split but the book is intact. Staining is more pronounced on the back endpapers. Inscribed. Sold as is. 413 pp.
A heavy sterling necklace marked Mexico TM-181 925. The beads are a bit brighter than pictured. Strung on thin double wire. 16-1/4"~ 50gr.
The book features 219 lots including jade, ivory, silver and gold. Colored photos. Mint condition. Published by the Oriental Art Gallery London.
An etching by William D. Parish ( 1862-1949). Signed W.D. Parish in the lower left corner. Parish was born in Rhode Island, studied at Académie Julian in Paris, and subsequently moved to Cape Cod, MA where he painted during the 20s and 30s. In 1937, after his wife's death, he moved to CA. Matted but unframed. The picture measures approximately 6-1/2" x 4-1/2".
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : Scandinavian : Pottery : Pre 1920 item #369954
Ca 1916-20 Rams head vase by Michael Andersen & Son of Denmark(1890-). Terracotta with a black matte streaking~finish. One small chip on the rim and light wear inside (see photo please.) Marked M A& S Danmark with a production number, 632. 6" x 5 "
Ca 1950 A heavy, articulated brass belt marked Fabrica Far Fan Mexico. A few panels have been reinforced with solder. 31" x 1-5/16"~ weight 8.3 ozs.
A pen and ink print signed W.V.V.T in the lower right corner. There is a small white spot in the right area (see photos) otherwise in fine condition. Nicely framed (not examined out of frame). 12" x 16"
"... in defense of Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold, Jr. on trial for murder..." "Authorized and revised edition" Published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Fine Arts Building Chicago. Tan paper cover featuring a red and black pictorial design. The front and back covers have small tears, smudges and have separated. The pages are uncut and one or two have small tears. Acceptable condition with no script.121 pp.
A 10k gold etched gold key fob with the letter "H"(possibly for Harvard). Inset carnelian stone.Marked 10k Peters Pat.Weight 2.3 grams ... 3/4"x1/2"