Lot 257 of 338:
Twenty-one miniature books related to postage stamps  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$216
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Twenty one miniature books related to stamps
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Place:
Various places
Publisher:
Various publishers
Date:
Various dates
Description:

21 volumes. Various sizes and bindings, many containing stamps.

21 miniature and pocket books about and often containing postage stamps. Includes commemorative stamp from the Miniature Book Society Grand Conclave XVII. Six volumes are signed.

Includes:

  • Challenger, Margaret. [Canada Post Selection]. Second edition popout book #1 of 4. 2001
  • Brady, Ernest W. Soliloquay of a Postage Stamp. Keepsake for friends. 1978.
  • Cummings, Eileen B. Bats: Myths and Misconceptions. Folding volume with both English and Spanish sides. 1989.
  • Harlow, Francis H. Pueblo Art: Southwestern Indian Pottery. Introduction by Ford Ruthling. 1983.
  • Levitan, Kalman L. Miniature Books relating to Postage Stamps. Both volumes included. 1983.
  • Savin, Janet. Antonin Dvorak. Published by Tamazunchale Press. 1988.
  • Pollock, Norman. The Beginnings of Photography. Includes postage stamp slipped in opposite half-title. Bound by Bela Blau.
  • Cohen, Lillian H. The Story of the Horatio Alger Commemorative Postage Stamp. #67 of 150. 1983.
  • Hilleary, Roger. Tao House. 1988.
  • Irving, Washington. A Literary Antiquary from Bracebridge Hall. Published by Tamazunchale Press. #86 of 250. 1984.
  • Poehlmann, Joanna. C is for Clown (A Postal ABC). Foldout with arn tie. #1 of 100. 1996.
  • St. Francis of Assisi. The Canticle of the Sun. Illurated with calligraphy by E. Helene Sherman. Bound by Bela & Mariana Blau. 1984.
  • Topical Albums. Keepsake of Eloise and Robert Massman for M.B.S. Grand Conclave X. 1992.
  • Miniature Book Society Grand Conclave XVII keepsake with commemorative South Carolina stamp. 1998.
  • Acker, Susan & Cunninham, Carol. Fifty State Birds and Flowers. #30 of 50 numbered copies. Signed on rear colophon by authors. 1982.
  • Smith, Toby. Skyborne: A Ballooning Baedeker. #13 of 200 numbered copies. Signed by author and printer Peter Wells on rear colophon. 1985.
  • Poska, Valentine J. Chronicles of Texas a Sesquicentennial Memento. #17 of 25. Signed by author on rear colophon. 1982.
  • Kapica, J.L. (printer). Eulogies to John F. Kennedy. #15 of 50 with unique stamp frontispiece. Signed by printer on rear colophon. 1964.
  • Brady, Don (printer). The Pony Express. #50 of 195. Signed on rear colophon by printer. 1998.
  • Hilleary, Roger R. (editor). Diamond Cut Diamond. #49 of 250. Signed on rear colophon by Hilleary.

 

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Faint signs of wear, volumes range from near fine to fine.
 
Item number:
301070
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