Lot 347 of 515:
Californiana, two volumes  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$48
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Two volumes in Californiana
Various authors
San Francisco
Various Publishers


  • The First Spanish Entry into San Francisco Bay...Together with four Contemporary Maps and Six Illustrations in Full colour from the Brush and Pencil of Louis Choris who was at San Francisco in 1816 edited by John Galvin. John Howell-Books, 1971. One of 5,000 copies. 
  • An Essay on A Bibliography of California and the Pacific West, 1510-1906 by Robert E. Cowan. With an Original Leaf from the Club's 1914 First Edition by Gary Kurutz. Book Club of California, 1993. First Edition. One of 390 copies.
Lot Amendments
Light wear to jacket of The First Spanish Entry, else fine.
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