Lot 31 of 364:
Moser's Gold Rush with 25 wood engravings 1/350  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$600
Estimate:
$1,000 - $1,500

Title:
Gold Rush: Twenty-Five Wood Engravings by Barry Moser on a Theme of the Discovery and Mining of Gold in America, Africa, and Australia with a Note on those Prints by the Author
Author:
Moser, Barry
Place:
London
Publisher:
Arundel Press
Date:
1985
Description:

Title, text sheets & 25 wood-engraved plates, each initialed by Moser in pencil, loose in half morocco & cloth folder, as issued. (4to) 32x24 cm. (12½x9½"). No.18 of 350 copies printed by Harold McGrath.

Signed by Moser at the colophon, as issued.. Scenes from the gold rushes in California, Australia, Alaska, Colorado and elsewhere are depicted. Scarce complete set of the engravings in original folder.

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Light wear to outer case; contents fine.
 
Item number:
295582
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