Roster of North Carolina Troops In The War Between The States Prepared by John W. Moore, Late Maj. Comd'g 3rd Battalion Light Artillery. In Four Volumes. Vol. I is 581 pages; Volume II is 743 pages; Volume III is 741 pages; Volume IV is 458 pages. All bound in publisher's brown cloth with NC State Seal, Flags & Roster of North Carolina Troops, 1861-1865 emblazoned in gold on all front covers and blind-tooled on all rear covers with gilt lettering on spines...
New York and Washington, The Neal Publishing Co., 1904. 367 pages bound in green cloth with gilt lettering and white lettering on front cover; spine is gilt-lettered. On first flyleaf is ink ownership and an erasure of another. Lightly-toned throughout, but quite clean and tight. Exterior extremities are rubbed and bumped; chipping beginning at spine ends, otherwise quite a nice book. 8 3/4" tall.
Three Months In The Southern States: April-June, 1863 by Lieut.-Col. Fremantle, Coldstream Guards. New York: Published by John Bradburn (Successor To M. Doolady). 49 Walker Street, 1864. Binding of bluish-green cloth with a zig zag-type pattern embossing with blind ruling and a decorative device on both covers, with a gilt-lettered spine. First flyleaf is lacking; some foxing; evenly toned; exterior rubbed at corners with some bruising at spine ends, but looks good overall...
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896. Publishers light blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine. 180 pages untrimmed, with extremities rubbed and bumped. A trace of a bookplate remains inside the front cover and ownership or inscription erasure on first flyleaf; toned and foxed. Page fore-edges untrimmed. 8 1/4" tall.
Cincinnati: Miami Printing and Publishing Co., Print. 1867. Rebound black library cloth binding with gilt letters on the spine. The interior is foxed throughout, and the corners and spine ends are bumped but overall a sound, tight copy even though it is ex-library. 9" tall.
With Sabre And Scalpel: The Autobiography Of A Soldier And Surgeon by John Allan Wyeth. Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York and London, 1914. Rebound library cloth light blue binding with gilt letters on spine. Lacks first flyleaf but interior is clean. Dedication page had a 1 1/2" tear at bottom repaired with archival mending tape. Book is very clean and tight for an ex-library copy. 8 1/4" tall; 535 pages.
Original Pencil-Signed Lithograph, #72/350. Excellent condition. Sheet measures 23" x 28."
Original Oil on Canvas Portrait; 1877. Signed and dated in the upper right-hand corner: 'D. Penther, 1877.' Framed in a fine hand-carved gilt frame. Painting measures 25" x 19 7/8;" frame is 36 1/4" x 30 5/8."
Painting ca. 1920. Signed 'Hans Stalzer' in the lower left-hand corner. No major problems; very good overall condition. Painting measures 26" x 20 3/4;" Frame is 31 3/4" x 26 1/2."
Oil Painting is ca. 1870. Good overall condition; no major problems. Painting measures 29 1/8" x 23 5/8;" frame is 39 1/2" x 33 3/4."
Original Pencil-Signed Artist's Proof Lithograph of Still Life With Flowers In Vase. Lithograph ca. 1970. Minor edge staining at bottom edge border, on Arches paper. Sheet measures 30" x 22."
Original Pencil-Signed and Titled Etching on Cream Paper, ca. 1920. Title translates to 'Weissenkirchen on the Danube, Wachovia," (Present day Austria). The print is adhered to the mat in spots and there is some foxing mostly noticed on the reverse of the image area; the image itself is quite clean and nice. Plate mark is 10 1/4" x 7 3/4;" sheet measures 16 5/8" x 12;" matting is 17 1/4" x 13 1/2."