A heavily illustrated, handsome quarto size book dealing with a subject on which there is little other reference material. Published in 1991 it should find a place in any good library devoted to American furniture and folk art. This copy is in very good condition with minor wear showing at the spine ends and some wear damage at the top of the dust jacket, including a clean two-inch tear at the left side which can be seen in the scan...
Full title is: American Silver 1655-1825 in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts Boston by Kathryn C. Buhler. This two volume hardcover book was published in 1972 and came in a slipcase. The individual volumes never had dust jackets. This is an essential reference work if one is a serious collector of or dealer in early American silver. The illustration shows the front and back of the slipcase. This is a crisp new copy that has never been used.
Handsome and useful book. Ex-Library with usual associated stamps, labels, pockets, etc., with protective cover on dust jacket. Flap from dj pasted on ffep. Book itself in very good condition with only a few marks on title and copyright page. Useful information on the marks on the pottery. About 60 plates, many showing more than one object. Published in 1962 by Tuttle.
A beautifully printed and illustrated book detailing 318 items in the outstanding collection of American furniture at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, one of the best in the country. The author is Richard H. Randall,, Jr. Published in 1965, the catalog is broken down into categories such as chests desks, tables, chairs and clocks and many more. It is a hardcover book in a nice slip case, all in fine condition. The cover of the book has a gilt eagle stamped onto it....
Catalog for the auction of the M. Austin & Jill R. Fine Collection held by Northeast Auctions in Manchester, NH, on August 7, 2010. An interesting and important collection of tinware, creamware, pearlware, folk art, brass and furniture. Fully illustrated in color. Includes list of prices realized.
Catalog of Skinner auction held in November 2007 that included the Jacquelin Patterson Collection of Lighting consisting of 112 lots. Includes list of prices realized. Catalog is in very good condition clean, unmarked.
Catalog from the sale of the Meryl & Jay Weiss Collection of American folk art and furniture held February 18, 2007, at the Skinner gallery in Boston. There are 182 lots illustrated in color. The catalog is brand new, never read or used, and is accompanied by the list of prices realized.
This work, published in 1980 by a doyenne of the folk art world, is described as being about "boxes and their contents used in early American households." That said, it is considered a classic in the field. This is the paperback version, 204 pp. This is a first edition of the paperback, published by E. P. Dutton.
Interesting small catalog from sale titled "A Group of Important Georgian Silver" held on Friday, May 16, 1941, at Parke-Bernet Galleries on East 57th Street. The silver was property of Parish-Watson & Co., Inc., of New York "to be sold consequent on the death of M. Parish-Watson, Esq. The 24-page booklet is self-bound and contains listings of 31 lots and photographs of most of them. A nice period piece for collectors and dealers.
This is really a terrific publication, produced to accompany an exhibit that traveled to museums in Los Angeles, Window Rock (AZ), Brooklyn, Rice University, Kansas City and Hamburg, Germany. Authors are Mary Hunt Kahlenberg and Anthony Berlant; it was published by Praeger in association with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art...
The theme is "Jack Tar, A Sailor's Life 1750-1910" and the sale includes portraits of sailors, officers and sea captains, ship portraits, log books, diaries and scads of other fascinating items relating to life at sea. Thoroughly enjoyable to regard. Catalog has 208 pages showing 405 lots, most all of which are illustrated in color. Includes list of prices realized. In like new condition.
Offered is the catalog for the Annual Summer Americana Auction of Northeast Auctions, held August 1-3, 2008, in Manchester, New Hampshire. Besides other items, there are 80 lots of Mocha from the renowned collection of Jonathan Rickard. There is also a significant group of pewter. A list of prices realized is included. Catalog is in very good condition, unmarked, with just a minor bruise at edge of front cover.
Catalog of sale of the Schnall Collection held on August 2, 2008, in Manchester, New Hampshire, by Northeast Auctions. There were 428 lots all lavishly illustrated in color. Included is a list of prices realized. Catalog is in like new condition. Free Priority Mail shipping is offered.
Catalog of the sale of the Kahn Collection Part One held on August 3, 2008, in Manchester, New Hampshire, by Northeast Auctions. The sale consisted of 279 lots, virtually all of which are illustrated. Accompanying the catalog is a list of prices realized. Price includes free Priority Mail shipping within the USA
This is the catalog for the August 2, 2008, sale of The Drs. John R. Ribic & Carla M. Kingsley Shaker Collection at by Northeast Actions at Manchester, NH. The sale consisted of 150 lots, all beautifully illustrated in color. Included is the list of prices realized.
Heavily illustrated catalog of sale including list of prices realized. Good for reference.
Heavily illustrated catalog of sale at Christie's held on October 29, 1990. Includes list of prices realized.
Handsome, heavily illustrated catalog of sale with list of prices realized included.