LONDON BOOK AUCTIONS An Exhaustive Resume Of Prices Realised For Notable Books Sold By Public Auction In London...[two vols.] Vol. I-No. 1 June 29-July 22, 1903, Vol. I-No. II October 7-December 15, 1903

E. Marchmont: 58 Newington Butts, London, 1904. Paperback. Good. Item #21-6564

8.5 x 5.5", orange wraps, (1)-112 + index, green wraps, 113-202 + index, black cover lettering. Covers worn, soiled, torn and creased, paper label partially removed from one, page edges soiled, rusty staples, contents have light soiling and creasing, ink date on one front cover corrected in ink. Some of the authors whose works were on the auction block: Bewick, Thucydides, Walpole, Hakluyt, Dickens. Part of an interesting ad: "For Sale. A Very Curious Case Or Cabinet, Containing American-Indian Encampment, With Carved Wood Figures, Animals And Birds, Metal Canoes, Indian Wampum Grass Tents, &c., &c., Entirely The Work Of North American Indians, In A Heavy Old American Wood Frame, And Glazed. About 100 Years Old". Sold as a pair.

Price: $45.00

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