A double Coast Guard pin with chain. The detail on the insignia is accented by blue and red enamel. One faux pearl is missing on the other pin. No marks.
Collector's Library. Hardcover with dustjacket published in 1950 by Gramercy Publishers, New York.Translated from the Swedish by Lillian Ollen. Periods discussed - 101 accompanying photos.Light wear on the cover otherwise fine.
This lot includes two Sotheby Parke Bernet NY auction catalogs. One is dated 10/2/75, the other 12/2/75. The latter auction includes English and Continental Pewter. Estimate lists are included in both; the December catalog has final prices written in and October has a final list price printed. Light wear.
Published in 2004 by World Publications Group Dighton, MA. An oversized coffee table book that gives a nice history along with large colored photos. The jacket shows modest wear on the edges otherwise the book is in pristine condition. 112 pgs. Appendix lists Shaker communities.
A blue hard cover and former library copy published by Hyperion Press.No date. There are library date stamps on the front end paper which is clipped.Seventy nine plates.
Published in 1967 by Simon and Schuster, a stated fourth edition signed by the author. Hard cover with jacket that shows minor wear.
Written by Marie Louise d'Otrange Mastai and published in 1981 by the Smithsonian. The book is part of a set of reference books on antiques. Prepared by the Cooper Hewitt Museum. Very light wear on the jacket otherwise in fine condition.Illustrated with 33 color plates and 102 B&W photos.
Written by Veronique Vienne. A large soft cover published in 1993 by Express, Columbus Ohio. Includes many illustrations and colored photos. 9 3/4"-12"; 93 pp. Like new.
Paperback catalog with photos and price guide. Written by Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh and published in 1992 by the Hurst Gallery.
Softcover published in 1989 by Hurst Gallery Cambridge,MA. Text by Peter Hester. Softcover published in 1989 by Hurst Gallery Cambridge,MA. Text by Peter Hester. Artwork (baskets, pottery implements, jewelry) from Pre-Columbian Southwest i.e., cultures that fluorished from 200BC-AD 1500. Faint smudge on front cover, and a one inch stain and Hurst label on the back (cover) otherwise in very good condition. 107 b/w photos. 48pp.
A soft cover catalog featuring artwork in the International Museum of Children's Art. The museum was founded in Berlin in 1993. Also included is a museum brochure. Text is in English and German. Many colored plates. Near fine condition. 176 pp.
A slim, oversized softcover book with b&w photos. Text by Robin Emmerson. Printed by The Gallpen Press Ltd. Pottergate, Norwich(1984.) Very very light wear on the cover. Unmarked. 24pp.
Possibly an unstated first edition (noted in pencil on the end sheet along with another notation.) Published in 1925 by the Penn Publishing Company. The spine is slightly cocked and the pages have yellowed otherwise in nice tight condition. Green boards with graphic. Fiction.
Auction catalog from Sotheby's York Avenue Galleries (April 7, 1981). Very slight musty odor. There are 305 lots of American, Continental and English silver (tankards, coffee sets,centerpieces, etc.) with B&W photos. The cover shows some wear but there is no script.Estimate page included. Sold as is.
First edition published in 1960 by Viking Press and edited by Cleveland Amory and Frederic Bradlee, this book includes some fabulous photographs and stories taken from Vanity Fair magazines during the 1920's and 1930's. Cover is worn and torn in places as noted in the pictures but otherwise in good condition.
Here is a compelling full page ad that was featured in the New York Times, May 10, 1970. "Finally Your Senator Can Vote to End the War. Angry Americans. Saddened Americans....Your kids shouldn't go to college to get killed... Support the peace amendment sponsored by McGovern, Hatfield, Goodell Cranston & Hughes." Paper has yellowed and is folded and the names of senators who supported the amendment have been underlined in ink.
Ca 1930 Electroplated nickel silver (EPNS) tea strainer with enamel crest/shield for Aberfeldy. The yellow, white and black enamel shield is highlighted by gold stags on either side as well as a gold crown. Pierced handle. Marked EPNS. 30 grams. 5-1/2" x 2-1/4"
Stated first edition (1957) of Harold Courlander's, Terrapin's Pot of Sense. Illustrated by Elton Fax and published by Henry Holt & Co, New York. Library copy with bookplate and back pocket. The very first page (which perhaps was blank) has been torn off with a razor (picture #3.)125 pp.