"... 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 hard cover with green cloth boards and dust jacket published in 1936 by Charles Scribner & Sons. First edition/first printing with "A" noted along with the Scribner seal.The pages have toning, there is a name inscribed on the front free paper and also a note in pencil on the back paste down. The jacket has small tears, and some paper loss along the edges 602pp.
A three piece carving set with stag horn handles. The blade has light wear and is marked accordingly. The red shagreen box's satin insert has some brown staining.
A simple, elegant set of six spoons stamped 950 Sterling.There is no maker's mark and they are in their original box. The spoons measure 4-1/2".Combined sterling weight: 1.6ozs.
A heavy 3-D gold plate pendant faintly marked (RE-) with ropetwist chain. The cast pendant measures 3" x 2-1/2", the chain 24". Total weight 1.4ozs.
A contemporary bangle with citrine, peridot,amethyst and moonstone cabs accented by raised leaves and textured background. Marked 925, the bracelet is somewhat adjustable.
A folio with six vibrant Italian scenes. The prints measure 12" x 15; the oversized envelope is curled at the corners and shows light wear (the prints are fine). Marked Don Art Co., New York along with a serial number for each print. Printed in Holland.
Marked 800 along with other faint stamps, this large coral brooch measures 1-3/4" round and has a trombone clasp.
A pair of solid, etched silver cufflinks marked 800. Possibly German. The front measures 3/4"; total weight 11.3 grams.
The book features 219 lots including jade, ivory, silver and gold. Colored photos. Mint condition. Published by the Oriental Art Gallery London.
Ca 1950 Three dishes or trays with etched design and beaded rims. Each has a different center design and one has marks both on the front and back. (All are marked on the back.) Some light spotting. 2-3/4" round~ total weight 54.7grams.
An interesting silver case with enameled hunter shooting at ducks. No marks. The opening measures 2-3/16" round and the piece is 3-1/2" (h) x 4-1/2"(w) x 1" Two holes for screws are on the back. There is a small dab of solder on the top inside. This appears to be silverplate and would benefit from a cleaning.
A soft cover published by the Cambridge University Press in 2007 (Ninth Printing). Forward by Kwang-Ching Liu.Invaluable resource with art work and photographs that highlight four millennia of Chinese history and social life. 352pp. Mint condition.
A first edition hard cover with jacket written by Garth Clark and Margie Hughto and published by E.P. Dutton in 1979.The green pictorial jacket that shows wear along the top with a small tear. The book is in mint condition with only a small pencil price notation on the front free paper.Illustrated with black and white and colored photos throughout. 371pp.
Ca 1950 A handsome pair of gold plate and silver cuff links marked Anson in their original box. The tie clip was lost some time ago. The treated burlap box has light staining.
A complete two volume set published by Harper and Brothers, New York in 1894. The gilt top pages are uncut and there is a frontispiece with each volume. The dark blue cloth boards show some wear especially at the corners.
A second revised edition hard cover with dust jacket published in 1967 ( though no date is noted on the front page). The book features Russian art and architecture from the Kremlin. Colorized plates. 187pp.
A hard bound printed catalogue with no date, featuring the works of James and Charles Whitehead ( Hanley, Staffordshire)with an introduction by Reginald Hagger. There are 25 pages of text in English, German, Dutch and French, 29 engraved plates of table wares,along with four engraved supplemental plates depicting tea and coffee ware shapes. The cover shows slight smudging and there is a tiny nick otherwise the pages are like new.