• narrow octavo, 63 manuscript pages plus blanks, bound in a contemporary vellum wallet style binding of presumably English manufacture, with original brass clasp, vellum is tooled with blind rules, vellum worn, and somewhat soiled, old tear to wallet flap with early…
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  • Quarto, approximately 356 letters, on thin tissue like paper, totaling 503 pages, bound in half leather, pebbled cloth, lacks spine, boards detached, corners and edges worn, front flyleaf detached, some water staining, letters dated 28 December 1885 - 17 November 1902. Most…
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  • Quarto, two pages, in very good clean and legible condition.
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  • Album 1: 108 black and white photographs, measuring between 1 x 1 ½ to 13 ¼ x 9 inches, plus 67 pieces of ephemera, including newspaper clippings, circulars, programs, certificates, etc., calling cards, invitations, postcards and award ribbons, dated c. 1900-1938. …
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  • quarto, two pages, plus address leaf, formerly folded, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • quarto, three pages, plus stamp-less address leaf, some light damp-staining, few small holes to second leaf, else in good, clean legible condition.
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  • folio, one page, with incomplete, but related manuscript in another hand on verso, formerly folded, some creases at corners, light dust soiling and toning to text, else in very good, legible condition.
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  • 40 items, 47 pages, various sizes ranging from small sheets to folio, in Dutch, both High and Low, Swedish and English, the documents have various condition issues, damp-stains, old tape stains, soiling, tears and loss, associated with over three hundred years of…
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  • Folio, one page, old folds, splits along folds, short tears into edges, old tape repairs to verso of sheet, document inscribed in ink, on 18th century American paper, of Philadelphia manufacture, watermarked "T & C", see Gravell, A Catalogue of American Watermarks…
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  • quarto, 1082 letters, 699 numbered pages, bound in half red leather, pebbled cloth covered boards, spine tips chipped, hinge of spine opening at rear, boards worn, scuffed, corners worn through, otherwise good, letters are copied in ink, on tissue paper, written…
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