New York — Doyle’s Rare Books, Autographs and Maps timed auction closing on November 24, 2020 beginning at 10am offers an interesting range of material from a number of private collections and estates. Tesla is represented by an inscribed copy of Thomas Martin Commerford’s The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla… 1894, inscribed by Tesla to General Daniel Adams Butterfield (lot 34). Literature includes a fine copy in dust jacket of John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath (lot 74) and an inscribed copy of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian classic The Handmaid’s Tale, now adapted into major television series (lot 41). The catalogues raisonnée include the great Zervos catalogue of Picasso (lot 156); and an attractive Lichtenstein drawing in a copy of Drawings and Prints, Lausanne:  (lot 144). Sets of the quarto editions of Audubon’s Birds and Quadrupeds are always attractive and desirable (lots 182 and 183), as is McKenney and Hall’s series of portraits of the North American Indians (lot 193). The sale ends with a further tranche of material from the collection of Arnold (“Jake”) Johnson, pertaining to angling, hunting, travel and Americana. See available works on paper, prints and multiples, and paintings for sale and learn about the artist. These include a small collection of Montaigne, including the first three John Florio editions; a good collection of the limited first editions of Arthur Rackham; a collections of catalogues raisonnées; a small collection of movie and television ephemera; and the next installment of the Jake Johnson collection of sporting books. A copy of one of the great exemplars of Elizabethan prose, John Florio’s great translation of Montaigne, in a binding with the arms of Queen Elizabeth, heads up a small group of editions of Montaigne (lot 14). As noted by Barbara Edwards, the artist's daughter, on the reverse of the board, this was "the last watercolour ever painted by Arthur Rackham". Per page: Lot 8: RACKHAM, Arthur. Easton Press Tales From Shakespeare Charles & Mary Lamb Illust by Arthur Rackham ARTHUR RACKHAM'S FINAL DRAWING AND AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE ILLUSTRATION. Arthur Rackham (British, 1867-1939) The Haunted Wood, Arthur Rackham's Book of Pictures interior illustration, 1913 Wa... Auction amount: $51,250.00 Sold: Oct 15, 2019 Betts of angling and sporting scenes, Washington State, about 1900 (lot 236); the very rare Leave of Absence in the Straits Settlements, Ceylon, Madras and Bombay, Bombay: 1859 (lot 292). Please read, Montaigne & Audubon Feature at Doyle’s Rare Books Auction, Early Photography and Manuscript Archives in High Demand at Cowan’s, Books, Posters & Ephemera at Potter & Potter's December Magic Sale, Jane Austen Leads Fine Books & Manuscripts at Swann, Getman’s Virtual Bibliophilic Holiday Gift Fair, December 4-7, Rare Hand-Colored First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle at Bonhams NY, Pablo Neruda Collection Launched at Catawiki, Classic Children’s Literature in Demand at Tennants, Letter Signed by Beethoven Brings $275K at Heritage Auctions. View Arthur Rackham’s 469 artworks on artnet. A group of film posters rounds out this section and includes the very large and rare three sheet poster for the 1951 film version of The Great Gatsby (lot 174). An exceptional American naval desideratum, the log for Matthew Calbraith Perry’s voyage in the Shark, during which he claimed the Florida Keys for the United States, is presented as lot 194. It was one of sixteen coloured plates in the 1940 edition published by The Limited Editions Club and appears opposite page 18. Sort by: Next. In the area of science and technology, we are pleased to offer material relating to three of the most illustrious figures in those fields: Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein and Steve Jobs. These include a small collection of Montaigne, including the first three John Florio editions; a good collection of the limited first editions of Arthur Rackham; a collections of … Two Einstein lots are on offer (lot 35 and lot 36), the first of which is an interesting pair of letters and other materials relating to a logical question posed by Professor Julian Hugo Bonfante. The collection of Rackham includes several copies with original drawings, most notably the Walton Compleat Angler, this copy 4, one of approximately twelve issued with a drawing. Four delightful and funny drawings by H.M. Bateman, most done for The Tatler are offered (lots 77-80). New York — Doyle’s Rare Books, Autographs and Maps timed auction closing on November 24, 2020 beginning at 10am offers an interesting range of material from a number of private collections and estates. Art and illustration are strongly represented in this catalogue. Of antiquarian interest are a pair of very lovely miniatures from a Book of Hours, attributed to Alexander Bening (lot 2). Also offered from the Estate of television producer Richard Schilling are several quality items of film and related memorabilia such as a prop chair from Rick’s Café in Casablanca (171) and six books especially bound for Humphrey Bogart’s yacht, Santana, formerly in the estate of his wife Lauren Bacall (lot 170). A small group of binding executed for the library of Madame la Marquise de Pompadour is offered (lot 21). This includes The Log of the Cruise of President Franklin D. Roosevelt aboard the Schooner Yacht Sewanna to Maine, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick 14 July 1936 28 July 1936, inscribed by Roosevelt to a friend (lot 262); a superb album of original drawings by C.B.
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