Hap Moore Antiques Auctions

Auction of Estate Antiques

Saturday June 4, 2011 at 10:00 a.m.

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Catalog of Book Lots

44            Black Boy by Richard Wright
45            4 Celia Thaxter books and Oscar Laighton’s Ninety Years at the Isles of Shoals
46            The Volunter Soldier of America, Blue and Gray, The Civil War in Song and Story
47            Coronado’s Children by J. Frank Dobie
48            Massasoit by Alvin Weeks
49            Around the World with General Grant by J.R. Young, 2 vols.
50            1872 Atlas of York County
51            Citizen of New Salem by Paul Horgan
52            Lot of books and pamphlets on New England
100          Lezar’s Lithography and Typography, 1849
101          Bolingbroke Works, 1754, 5 vols.
102          A Family Prayer Book, Brooks, 1833
103          Grammar of the Greek Language, 1828. Owned by Charles Hayward, son of the first doctor in Boston.
250          Arctic Explorations by Dr. Kane, 5 vols.
251          Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe 1852, 2 vols., includes original ALS by H.W. Beecher (1, 2, 3)
252          1812 History of North Carolina by Williamson and inscribed by the author.
253          Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon by Herndon and Gibbon, 2 vols.
254          Farthest North by Nanson, 2 vols.
255          Africa and the American Flag by Foote, 1854
256          Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White, 1952, with orig. dust jacket.
257          Life of Washington by W. Irving, 5 vols.
258          Oeuvres de Moliere, 3 vols.
259          Ballads of a Cheechako by R.W. Service
260          In Darkest Africa by Stanley, 2 vols.
261          The Stranger in China, 1838, 2 vols.
262          A Complete Treatise of Practical Navigation by Patoun, 1760
263          The South Pole by Amundsen, 1912
264          The Worst Journey in the World by Cherry-Garrard, 2 vols.
265          The Papers of Wilbur and Orville Wright by McFarland, 2 vols.
266          Homes of American Authors, 1853
267          The Makers of Florence by Oliphant, 1889
268          The Book of American Interiors by Elliott, 1876
269          Memorials……….of Trade in France, 1737
270          Oldtown Folks by H.B. Stowe, 1869. Inscribed by author on separate leaf inside cover to a friend.
271          Artists and Arabs by Blackburn, 1868
272          Pablo Y Virginia by J.M. Alan, 1825
273          The Future of the American Negro by Booker T. Washington, 1900
274          The History of Fashion in France by Challamel, 1882
275          The Mariner’s Compass Rectified by Wakely, 1738
276          Treatise on the Screw Propeller by Bourne, 1852
277          Payne’s Universum, 3 vols.
278          Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation by Kemble, 1863
279          1872 Atlas of York County
280          1846 Military Laws of the United States by Hetzel, 3rd ed.
281          Works of Robert Browning, 1896, 6 vols. and Collected Poems of Alfred Noyes, 1913, 2 vols.
282          Conversations on Botany With Plates, printed for Longman, Hurst, et. al.
283          Philosophie de la Nature, 1789, 7 vols.
284          The Citizens of the World, 1775
285          Lot of books on African American history
286          The Works of John Fiske, 11 vols.
287          Miss Buncle Married and Four Feet, Two Feet, No Feet
288          The Buccaneers by E. Wharton, 1938
289          Cabbages and Kings by O’Henry, 1905
314          Mixed lot of genealogy books
315          The Great Migration, 1995
316          Lot of Town Histories
359          Lot of C.W. Anderson children’s books. Complete Lot Listing HERE
366          New Hampshire Beautiful and Massachusetts Beautiful by W. Nutting, 1923
367          Rawlinson’s Monarchies, 5 vols.
368          William Lloyd Garrison, 4 vols.
369          Two sporting books and framed steel engraving, Bass Fishing
370          19th c. Patent Office Reports, 11 vols.
371          Travels in the Air by Glaisher, 1871
372          The Rising Tide of Color and Adventures of an American Slaver
373          Natural History of New York – Zoology, 1842
374          Misc. book lot, including books on Japan, Alaska and London
375          Select Poems by John Fry, 1805
376          1817 Field Exercise and Manoeuvres of Infantry by Hill of Concord, NH and two store ledgers.
408          Nine older books on fishing
477          Seventy-Five Receipts by a Lady of Philadelphia, 1828
480          Nature by R.W. Emerson, 1834, his first book
481          My Life as an Explorer by Hedin, South by Shackleton and My Life With the Eskimo by Stefansson.
484          Misc. lot of old books.

*** Uncatalogued books from the Lyman library and other estate books may be made into individual lots (keep separate by estate) by interested persons during previews to the auction providing that person starts the lot for a minimum bid of $100.00. Any remaining books will be sold as one lot for each estate.

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