Amsterdam. 58 pages, 221 lots auctioned, almosty all lots illustrated except for 6 lots of books. Very good condition. Price list included.
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Paris. 139 pages, 292 lots auctioned (African, Oceanic,Indonesian, pre-Columbian, tribal art library), 185 lots illustrated--all items in the auction; nit illustrated are 100 lots of books, maps, and photographs. Cloth cover, with dust jacket. Fine condition. Most of the lots were from early collections of primitive art. 81 lots, however.....
Bern. 1. Illustrierte Bucher 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. June 8, 1966. Price list included.2. Illustrierte Bucher 20. Jahrhundert. June 11, 1968. Price list included.3. Dokumentations--Bibliiothek III. Teile der Bibliothek und Sammlung Tristan Tzara, Paris. June 12, 1968. Price list included.4. Kokumentations--Bibliothek IV. Illustrierte Bucher. June 16, 1969. Price list included.....
San Francisco. Approximately 90 pages, 555 lots of books auctioned, 15 lots illustrated. Price list included. Handwritten notes on title page and some lots.
San Francisco. Approximately 80 pages, 199 lots of books auctioned, 26 lots illustyrated. Price list included. Handwritten notes on the title pages and on some lot descriptions.
San Francisco. Total sales: $800,000. Approximately 150 pages, 397 lots auctioned, numerous color and b/w photographs. Cloth cover. Price list included. Mint condition.
New York. 164 pages, four sessions, 765 lots auctioned, including some of the most important publications on Western Americana and the American Indian. Cloth binding over original wrappers. Price list included.
1. The Library of the Late Henry O. Havemeyer. Parke-Bernet, New York, March 21, 1967. 2. Rare Books: Art Reference, English and American Literature. Estate of the Late Arthur A. Chalmers... Parke Bernet, New York, June 13, 1967. Price list included. 3. Fine and Valuable Printed Books.The Property of a......
London. 72 pages, 545 lots auctioned. Price list included.
Paris. 65 pages, 553 lots auctioned (perhaps 5,000 books, catalogues, and journals--all separated into various groupings, devised, perhaps by M. Lehuard). Mint condition.