Original Lithograph. Published by F. G. Moon on May 1, 1841. Full margins on the sides and top. Bottom area is trimmed, allowing only a 1/4" below image line; the date of publishing shows but the title is gone. Toned overall with mat window burn. There is a pin hole at the top right corner of mat burn with light surface abrasion just below the pinhole. Sheet is 12 1/2" x 16 5/8."
Signed and dated in plate, March 10, 1839. Published by F. G. Moon on October 1, 1842. Lightly toned with a couple of foxing marks and some light masking tape burn around the perimeter from the mat window liner. There is a pin hole at the top left and bottom right two corners and light abrasions at each. Sheet is 23 5/8" x 16 7/8."
Original Lithograph. Signed and dated in plate, March 7, 1839. Published by F. G. Moon on August 18, 1842. Lightly toned with a couple of foxing marks and some light masking tape burn around the perimeter from the mat window liner. There is a pin hole at the top two corners and light abrasions at each. A 1/2" tear on the far right edge does not enter into the image. Sheet is 23 1/4" x 17."
Original Colored Lithograph. Signed and dated in plate, April 19, 1841. Published by F. G. Moon on June 1, 1841. Lightly toned with a couple of foxing marks in the lower right margin and one pin-size mark between small tower and large dome. There are 1/2" margins around the sides and the top. The lower area measures 13/16" but is trimmed directly through the title. Sheet is 14" x 20 3/8."
This typed letter on ruled stationary was sent from Leavenworth Prison in 1939, and contains a great deal of information on some of his birds. "Special Purpose, May 9, 1939" is stamped in red at the top of the first page, and the pen signature reads "Robert Stroud #17431." Sheets measure 10 1/4" x 8."
Engraving has a printed signature and measures 11 3/8" x 8;" engraved by William E. Marshall, Copyright 1879 by Houghton Osgood & Co. The accompanying, separate clipped signature measures 2" x 3 1/4," and was hand-signed in brown fountain pen.
Hand-numbered 73/100 on the back of the photo; measures 8\"\"\" x 10.\"\"\"
Ball point pen signature as Vice President of S. G. S. Associates, made out to Triple G. Garage; check measures 3" x 8 1/4."
Advance And Retreat: Personal Experiences In The United States And Confederate Armies by J. B. Hood. Published for the Hood Orphan Memorial Fund; G. T. Beauregard, New Orleans, LA, 1880. Gray cloth binding with black ruling and gilt lettering on covers and spine. Spine ends are chipping; cover is soiled, bumped at corners and worn at extremities. Internally, the pages are toned with some foxing throughout. A trace of a bookplate remains inside the cover. 358 pages; 8 3/4" tall.
By Sally Rochester Ford. Reprinted From The Mobile Edition. New York: Charles B. Richardson, 1864. Bound in publisher's purple blind-tooled patterned cloth with gilt-lettered spine. The top of the spine is chipped off 3/4" to the first-ruled line; also 1/4" off the bottom of the spine. The spine is also sun-faded and the corners are bumped and worn. There is a 7/8" tear along the front hinge. The interior is toned with foxing scattered throughout...
New York: Blelock & Co., 1866. Bound in brown publisher's cloth with blind-ruled covers and gilt-lettered spine. Bumped corners; worn at extremities; spine ends chipping. There is a 1/2" split at the bottom of the front hinge. Internally, the first two flyleaves are missing and the pages are toned with occasional foxing. Red pencil lines notate various passages. Previous owner signed Title Page in 1866. 216 pages and 2 pages of advertisements; 7 1/4" tall.
Complete In Two Volumes; New York: Charles L. Webster & Company, 1885. Volume I is 584 pages; Volume II is 648 pages. Original green publisher's cloth with gilt medal of Grant on front and back of each cover along with gilt lettering on covers and spines. Covers have wear with bumped corners and spine ends, also beginning to chip. First flyleaf is lacking in both volumes; interiors are evenly toned with foxing. There are newspaper marks on pages 158-159 and on pages 228-229. 9 1/4" tall.
Volume I and Volume II; New York: Sturgis & Walton Company, 1910. Volume I is 433 pages; Volume II is 369 pages. Blue publisher's cloth bindings with gilt lettering on spines. Rubbed at extremities with bumped corners; spine ends bumped and beginning to chip. Volume II is lacking the first flyleaf and both Volumes have a previous owner's bookplate and pen name on each Title Page. Toned and foxed throughout. 8 1/2" tall.
With Illustrations. Complete In Two Volumes. London: Routledge, Warne, And Routledge, 1863. Volume I is 310 pages and Volume II is 320 pages. Original purple patterned publisher's cloth is blind-ruled with gilt lettering on the spine. The books are rather worn with bumped corners and chipped spine ends. The interior is lacking the first flyleaf and a water stain affects the tops of the plates as if they were stained prior to being bound...
Signed 'Giran-Max' in lower right-hand corner of canvas. Canvas is in very nice condition with lightly worn areas. Measures 20 1/2" x 29 1/2;" frame is 27 1/4" x 36 1/4."
Lists Of Military Organizations And Officers From Tennessee... Compiled And Prepared by General Marcus J. Wright. Ambrose Lee Publishing Company: Williamsbridge, New York City (1908). Bound in publisher's gray cloth with gilt Seal Of Tennessee on front cover and gilt-lettered spine. The covers have soiling and bumping with rubbed corners and extremities. The top of the spine is beginning to tatter. The interior lacks the first flyleaf and is toned and foxed throughout...
New York And Washington: The Neale Publishing Company, 1909. Bound in green publisher's cloth binding with gilt lettering on the front cover and spine. The extremities are rubbed and the corners are bumped. There is fraying at the top of the spine. The binding has sun fading, as well. The previous owner signed the flyleaf in pen, and the pages are lightly toned with some occasional foxing. A water stain is present throughout the book in the right margin area, but it does not affect the text...
Original Signed Watercolor on Paper, laid on cardboard, ca. 1969. Paper has light toning from matting but is otherwise in excellent condition. Bronson is a highly-appreciated wildlife sculptor, particularly of Western and Northwestern American larger species such as those depicted here...