Original Oil on Artist's Board, ca. 1950. Signed 'IKC' in the lower right corner. There are no flaws on the painting canvas. The frame measures 21 1/2" x 25 1/2;" the board is 16" x 20."
With an Introduction by Herbert Ravenel Sass. The Dale Press: Richmond (1933). Limited to 1550 copies, this is #232 and is signed by Charles W. Smith. Bound in original black cloth with illustrated paper cover; silver lettering on spine. The dust-wrapper has wear and some tearing, including a 1" piece from the upper left of the back of the wrapper, which has been repaired with archival tape. Very clean on the inside, save for a small dot on the margin above Plate 3. 12 5/8" tall.
By Marie Tussaud. Complete in Two Volumes, Illustrated throughout. London: Saunders and Otley, 1838. Signed bindings by J. Larkins, bound in full crimson red morocco leather with gilt ruling and tooling on the covers and spine. The spines have five raised hubs. The book has very light wear and an almost new exterior appearance. The interior is clean with some remaining traces of pencil notation inside the front cover and on the first free flyleaf...
Pittsburgh: Patterson & Hopkins, S. Engles & Co. Printers, 1812. Bound in full tree-calf leather with a red leather label and gilt-ruling on spine; extremities rubbed but a very sound copy overall. Internally foxed and toned with some light staining to the top edges and some dog-eared pages. There is an ownership stamp on the inside cover and the first free end-paper, which has a 1 1/2" x 3/4" hole and ownership in ink script on the Title Page and Preface...
By Capt. Irving A. Buck and Pat Cleburne. McCowat-Mercer Press, Inc., Jackson, TN, 1959. Original blue cloth binding with gilt-lettered spine in very good or better dust jacket with some rubbing at the points and at the spine ends of the jacket. Very good overall condition. 378 pages; 9 1/2" tall.
New York: William E. Rudge's Sons, 1940. Original blue denim cloth binding with paper label on the front cover and tipped-in photographic prints throughout. There is some light wear to the extremities, but otherwise it is in very good condition. 175 pages; 8 1/4" tall.
Pencil-Numbered '8/50' in bottom margin. There is some window toning and light foxing present in the image on the left-hand side. The plate mark is at 14 1/8" x 10 1/8;" the sheet measures 18 1/8" x 14 7/8;" matting is 20 5/8" x 15 5/8."
Original Pencil-Signed Lithograph, Numbered 'Ed/50' in bottom margin. The sheet is laid down with a window toning line and three dots on the tone line at the lower left corner. The sheet measures 12 1/4" x 14 1/4;" matting is 15 1/2" x 17."
Original Pencil-Signed and Titled Lithograph. Light toning line around image window; very good overall condition. Full sheet measures 10 3/8" x 17;" matting is 14" x 19;" image window is 7 7/8" x 14 3/4."
Original Hand-Colored Lithograph, ca. 1870. Heavily toned with water staining in the margins and a piece of the left margin missing. Sheet measures 10 1/4" x 14."
"Girard Avenue Bridge. Fairmont Park, Philadelphia" Original Hand-Colored Lithograph, ca. 1870. There is toning/staining throughout, and a 3/4" tear on the lower left margin enters image for 1/4" but has been stabilized with archival repair tape. The full sheet measures 10 3/4" x 13 3/4."
Signed and Dated 'Kureth '45' in the lower right corner. Very good condition. The sheet measures 11 1/4" x 8 1/4;" Matting is 20" x 15 3/4."
After S. J. E. Jones. Published by J. Moore in London, 1827. Toned overall with foxing throughout. Sheet measures 16" x 19 3/4."
Toned overall with some foxing apparent in the margins. Sheet measures 25" x 19 1/2;" Matting is 28" x 22."
Original Etching, signed 'J Pennell Imp' in the lower central-right margin. This is a strong impression with a little smudging at each lower corner. Plate mark measures 7 3/8" x 11 7/8;" sheet is 8 3/4" x 13 3/8;" matting is 14" x 19."
Original Pencil-Signed and Numbered Color Lithograph, #43/100. The original Associated American Artists card is affixed to the back of the board. Laid down on board with some window toning and abrasions. Glue remains in margins no closer than 1/2" out from the window line. Sheet measures 20" x 25 3/4; Matting is 24" x 28;" Mat Window is 17 1/4" x 21 1/4."
Original Engraving from A Brief And True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia by Thomas Hariot, 1590. Signed 'Theodore De Bry' in late; also acknowledging in plate 'Jodocus Winghe,' who drew the picture. The corners are tipped (glued) to a laid paper under sheet as found from a collection of de Bry's work in an 18th Century scrap album. This is a scarce engraving in very nice condition. Sheet measures 9 7/8" x 7 1/2," Matting is 15 1/4" x 12."
Limited Edition Photo-Lithograph, Published by Miller's of New York, 1934. Very good condition, laid on 1/16" card stock. Measures 18 3/4" x 30 3/8."