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1 "Santiago de Cuba"
Box Very Good 
Extraordinary group of ten original "postcards" with mixed media artwork depicting the sights of Santiago de Cuba. N.d., 1950s. With each folk art-y depiction of a monument, building or the like there is a combination of wafer thin pieces of wood pasted down and watercolors and pen and ink applied directly to the card. On to the wood is applied inkwork as well. The sights include the Jose Marti monument, the Abel Santa Maria monument, the cathedral, the Moncada, the Pdre Pico stairs, the Castello del Morro, the Diego Velazquez balcony, the Plaza de la Revolucion Antoni Maceo, the Granjita Siboney, and the City Hall. Homemade box, with faux wood panels -- the faux finish is carried over to the interior of the box as well -- alligator trim and card label made to look like sign nailed down. We would guess that the cards and box were made by a local artist for sale to a visitor, but we can't say for sure that they were not made by an enthusiastic, talented tourist. Either way, does it really matter? Somehow, to the whole production, something of the improvisational, original and quirky spirit of Cuba itself is captured! The box measures 14 by 12 by 2 cm. The cards are 13.5 by 10 cm. 
Price: 1000.00 USD
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Album of a Dozen Chinese Watercolors of Colorful Birds on Pith Paper, 19th Century
2 Album of a Dozen Chinese Watercolors of Colorful Birds on Pith Paper, 19th Century
Silk covered boards Good 
N.d., circa 1850. 12mo, 16 by 12 cm. Each painting mounted on thin paper and framed with blue strips, as typical of such albums made presumably for the tourist and expatriate market. The paintings have a disarming naive quality. Yet in our view the paintings have more color and detail than the average such album of this size (larger format pictures tend to be more nuanced when it comes to this genre). The silk patterned cover has had its joints repaired. The usual amount of fissures, or tears, to the pith paper. Most of the paintings have no or very light defects of this type. 
Price: 1500.00 USD
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Album of seventeen miniature-sized pen-and-ink caricatures
3 Album of seventeen miniature-sized pen-and-ink caricatures
1857 Morocco spine. Blindstamped cloth boards. Very Good 
Oblong, 11 by 19 cm. Nine leaves with 17 cartoons or caricatures, all done on a miniature scale, which is a part of their charm. Each drawing has a short caption written in block letters. The drafting is quite fine -- these drawings could pass for published work of the mid-Victorian era. And the visual humor, showing drunks, sleepers, musical bandits, the injured, etc., holds up remarkably well. Neat though the captions are, an inscription presumably to the artist's sister is not entirely legible to us, and thus we can not identify the artist, other than to state that the artist was probably a woman. And that adds interest to the album, as generally such caricature work was then more common among men. Condition: moderate wear to the cover. Scattered soiling. 
Price: 275.00 USD
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Collection of 46 Pen-and-Ink Caricatures, Mid-19th Century, from New England probably
4 Collection of 46 Pen-and-Ink Caricatures, Mid-19th Century, from New England probably
Custom clamshell cloth box, with leather spine ti Good 
N.d., circa 1870. Caricatures on heavy card stock, 29 by 13.5 cm. Each card contains a single person caricatured. The caricatures are evocative of the type one finds on Vinegar or Poison Valentines of the day, and a few might bring to mind caricatures in Puck and the handiwork of Thomas Nast. The caricatures have a deliberate crudity to them. Among subjects lampooned are suffragettes, the Catholic clergy, various low life, teetotalers and drinkers, and perhaps anyone in sight. We say this is from New England probably because one of the caricatures contains a depiction of an advertisement of a Providence, Rhode Island clothing store. Condition: original binding now disbound, with outer boards remaining, but a modern clamshell box serving to keep things tidy. The cards generally have small corner chips as a result of the brittleness of the card, and there is lots of shavings from the card in this box. The artwork, though, is not affected excepting minor loss to a few captions. 
Price: 2750.00 USD
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Der Osterhas aus Reisen
5 Der Osterhas aus Reisen
Half cloth (buckram). Decorative paper pasted ont Very Good 
Charming whimsical story about an Easter bunny, told in German verse and inimitably illustrated with original watercolors. 8vo. 21 by 17 cm. 50 pages, including title page, with an original watercolor on every page, virtually all of which are between a half to three-quarters of the page. The bunny decides to make a journey, using his eggs as currency along the way. On the trip he encounters various obstacles and threats such as a giant and a dragon, but he also meets Snow White and the seven dwarves, Hansel and Gretel, and the like. Before the trip is over he visits Africa. He gets back home just in the nick of time for Easter and to lay new Easter eggs for the children in the area. The narrative is very much secondary to the bright winsome illustrations and the lilting verse. 
Price: 1500.00 USD
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Fine Hand Painted French Bolting Cloths
6 Fine Hand Painted French Bolting Cloths
Cloth Good 
Beautiful collection of original watercolors of birds and flowers on bolting cloth. Besides the botanical and ornithological paintings, there are three picturesque paintings of children in the Queen Anne-style vein evocative of illustrators such as Kate Greenaway. N.d., late 19th century or very early 20th century. Folio, 36.5 by 29 cm. Unpaginated, 24 leaves (48 pages). 64 different swatches with original watercolors on the bolting cloth swatches, 36 of which we would describe as larger swatches, 28, as smaller ones. These are mounted, rather crudely using pieces of labels to hold the swatches into place. The album would appear to have been compiled by a business and was thus essentially a salesman's sample catalogue. Being created for an utilitarian purpose, the album was never meant to be anything but the scrappy-looking compilation that it is. To us, though, it is a rather singular survival that is correlative to wallpaper books, fabric sample catalogues and the like yet also different, and we have never seen anything quite like this before. The scrappiness of the assemblage belies the beauty of the designs, we would stress. Also included are five skeins of thin antique yarn with Asiatic dyes (pink, purple, gold, beige) made by Brainerd & Armstrong and called Roman Floss. (These are separate, in a plastic mylar sleeve.) Condition: binding worn and soiled. Some leaves loose, as are some swatches from the pages to which they were mounted. A few swatches were probably never mounted. 
Price: 1200.00 USD
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Fox-Hunting Scenes
7 Fox-Hunting Scenes
Berlin Sporting Gallery von F. Otto Beyer Very Good 
Collection of 37 mounted colored illustrations, some colorized photos from life, others, copies of artwork, which would generally appear to be not photographic copies of the originals but rather looser painted copies of them. The subject matter, notwithstanding the title on the outer portfolio, is not just foxhunting, but also, horseracing, including steeple chasing. N.d., circa 1880. (Race horses shown are born in the mid-1870s, and one, a victor in the 1879 Norddeuschen Derby zu Hamburg in 1879). Outer case, 37 by 54 cm, plates, 36.5 by 53.5 cm. 23 plates relate to foxhunting, 14, to horseracing. The use of English, as in "Sporting Gallery", was not so much about selling to English tourists as much as a manifestation of the newly unified Germany's fascination and envy of English culture and more specifically, an attempt to capitalize on the German association of equestriana with England and a romanticization of this aspect of English culture, something glorified in the works of Surtees and other English sporting writers. The photos of actual life would seem inherently more interesting than the reproductions of paintings, yet we would maintain that the latter should not be dismissed as inconsequential aesthetically. The reproductions here are not like photocopies; Beyer is adapting from the source artwork, and the result is something that can depart from it in interesting, and appealing, ways. So using the plate entitled "Whoo--Whoop", whose source we could identify as a painting by William H. Hopkins, the Beyer version has a folk art-ish charm all its own, and if one lines up the copy with the original, one will in fact see subtle differences in detailing that almost suggest that the copy was based on a staging of the painting, as opposed to a direct copy of the painting. The number of plates, 37, might suggest incompleteness, but we don't believe there would be anything that could be considered a complete set. We think it likely that Beyer had a storefront which sold the plates individually or in groupings selected by the buyer. This set, then, was assembled by a Beyer customer. It is obviously a very large selection of Beyer's offerings available at the time. And since the portfolio folder seems filled to capacity, it is inconceivable that there is much, if any, attrition in the number of plates in the initial collection. Since we believe relatively few Beyer plates are extant today, this collection can be viewed as about as diverse and deep a collection of Beyer plates as one is bound to come upon. Folder: red cloth, blindstamped, gilt lettering and gilt and black decoration, interior lined with patterned paper. Condition: moderate age toning. Some brittleness to the card stock used, and so a few chips in the margins. The folio folder has a moderate amount of wear. 
Price: 4500.00 USD
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It's Done in the Best Places
8 It's Done in the Best Places
Chicago Calvert Distillers Col. 1938 First Plastic spiral. Card stock cover. Near Fine 
Scarce -- no copies of this New York nightclub promo found on OCLC or elsewhere. No. 2043 of a limited edition -- the size of the limitation unstated. Folio, 36 by 26 cm. Unpaginated, 34 pages. With translucent blue plastic outer cover. Big spreads on the legendary nightclubs and restaurants of the era, among them, the Stork Club, Versailles, El Morocco, Paradise, Leon & Eddie's, the Rainbow Room, the Colony Restaurant, the Savoy-Plaza Cafe Lounge, the Marguery, the Casa Manana, La Conga, the Larue Restaurant, and Le Coq Rouge. Each of these establishments is given a lavish two page spread, with imaginative lay-outs interspersing and sometimes overlaying the photos on the text, which is more ample, and more informative, than one might expect from such a publication. While this isn't a muckraking venture -- each of the customers of Calvert is allowed to shine -- the proprietors, who are extensively quoted, do go into their philosphies and approaches to many aspects of their businesses, and one can get a real sense of them and their venues. Thus, for example, Sherman Billingsley speaks about how he generally spurns hiring outside name bands, and he goes into great length about the centrality of publicity for his business. With each of these businesses, too, there is a crisp inset setting forth factual details about the place -- location, description of decorations, the rent, type of food, number of employees, average customers per week, charges per customer, and the like. 
Price: 1500.00 USD
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Miniature Indian Manuscript with 19 Watercolor Paintings
9 Miniature Indian Manuscript with 19 Watercolor Paintings
India Hardcover Good 
Probably an early nineteenth century manuscript, of undeniable, and irresistible beauty. Oblong, 7.5 by 13.5 cm. 157 leaves with manuscript text (over 300 pages), written with a calligraphic hand and decoratively ruled around the perimeter, text almost always on both sides, and 19 original watercolor plates of hunt, martial, court, and fantastical scenes, featuring along with the high born and the lowly, horses, elephants, and other animals. The watercolors generally have rich and vibrant color, with scenes that are both palpable yet seem to float in a mist of fantasy. The paintings are in a traditional mode, with the flattening of perspective, and their subject matter, it seems to us, as non-specialists in this sort of manuscript. Condition: a more modern binding, with a cloth spine, marbled boards. The papers within are very fine and delicate. Some dampstaining and other soiling. Also some wormholing, and some edges chewed. A few tiny holes in the paper. We believe that the text, though, is overwhelmingly unaffected. Of the nineteen plates, two have considerable damage, suffering some loss of their imagery or a dulling of their color. Perhaps one or two others have minor loss in one way or another -- nothing that we think will disconcert. In other words, most of the watercolors should dazzle. 
Price: 5750.00 USD
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Monogram Album with Monograms Incorporated into 38 Watercolors and Ink Drawings
10 Monogram Album with Monograms Incorporated into 38 Watercolors and Ink Drawings
Full Morocco Very Good Plus 
A marvelous monogram album in which the monograms are creatively incorporated into charming watercolor and ink illustrations, with a few highly imaginative examples. 4to. 29 by 25 cm. 38 leaves. The most special of the plates include a painting of two women in eighteenth century gowns fanning themselves in a drawing room; a portrait of one of those two women; a seated elderly woman by a table of fruits, the woman and her pose bearing a resemblance to Whistler's Mother; a Punch and Judy show with a little boy as specatator and a man playing a drum in front of the puppet theatre; a clock decorated with painted seraphs; a china plate with a Chinoiserie painting in its center; and a pretty young woman's portrait in profile. Perhaps less unusual to the genre but extremely well done are paintings of a slipper; of a screen; of a fan; of a cart; of criss-crossed badminton racquettes; of a cannon; of a pail; of a brush; etc. A few of the paintings are slightly unfinished -- we see pencil lines and perhaps some color had as yet not been brushed on. A decorative full morocco binding by W & A Webster of Piccadilly. The binding has gilt and blindstamped fleur-de-lys and star decoration covering the boards and the spine. Condition: a slight cock to the binding, with the rear board jutting out a touch further than the front board. 
Price: 7500.00 USD
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New Departure Coaster Brake The Brake that brought the Bike back
11 New Departure Coaster Brake The Brake that brought the Bike back
Bristol, Connecticut The New Departures Mfg. Co. 1905 First Decorative Pin Near Fine 
Wonderful "pinwheel" calendar with comical color illustrations of elongated, El Greco-ized men attired in eighteenth century garb riding bicycles. Each month is marked by a card, most of which is dominated by the illustration. At the top of each card are four or more lines of rhymed promotional doggeril. The cards are 20 by 8 cm, and one can fan them out, with the decorative pin acting as a pivot point. The color palette is red, gold and green mostly. Scarce, with no copies of this located on OCLC or elsewhere, and the format, combined with the original illustrations, we also find quite novel. With an used mailing envelope. 
Price: 675.00 USD
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Ten Chinese Gouache Paintings on Pith Paper of Ceremonial, Pedagogical and Domestic Scenes
12 Ten Chinese Gouache Paintings on Pith Paper of Ceremonial, Pedagogical and Domestic Scenes
Very Good 
Especially bright pith or rice paper paintings. N.d., circa early to mid-19th century. Oblong, 23 by 33 cm. The paintings are 19 by 28 cm within the blue paper framing. The paintings include one showing religious observance before a shrine, an audience in a nobleman's receiving chamber, a servant bathing a bay while another serves a cup of tea, students studying, a woman breast feeding, an elderly man being carried in a chaise, etc. All the artwork is both simple yet highly detailed and nuanced, and the album is of extraordinary beauty, with the colors rich, deep and luminous. With the usual minor losses to the rice paper. Front board has a crack. 
Price: 4500.00 USD
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The Devil's Steeplechase The Celebrated Steeple-chase between His Satanic Majesty and the King of Terrors
13 The Devil's Steeplechase The Celebrated Steeple-chase between His Satanic Majesty and the King of Terrors
Half calf. Marbled boards. Modern black cloth cl Good. 
The Devil versus Death over hill and dale! A highly original illustrated manuscript, with vivid watercolor illustrations, forming the major part of a sketchbook. N.d., 1830s probably -- the race is dated as 1830. Oblong 8vo, 18.5 by 27 cm. 29 leaves in album. More pertinently, 9 full page watercolors devoted to the primary story contained within this album, the story we have entitled "The Devil's Steeplechase", each with a narrative on the facing page. The text installments are paginated. Three other watercolors of mere mortals riding, two of these in a steeplechase or a foxhunt. In addition, there are two other pages with watercolors, one of which is a finished painting, the other, sketchier, and 11 pages with pen and ink drawings, in varying states of finish, plus three pages heavy with text (two of which we also have counted as having illustrations. We note further we are counting the endpapers which are covered with pen and ink drawing.) The other illustrations, including a page of mostly silhouettes, are on military or equestrian themes mostly. Also in the manuscript is a four page rendering of "The Tragedy" from "The Ingoldsby Legends", which recounts the story of Catherine of Cleves. As "The Ingoldsby Legends" was published first in 1837, that serves as a marker of the earliest date for some of the sketchbook, but it doesn't rule out that some of the sketchbook was done earlier. So while this sketchbook has something of the appearance and character of a commonplace sketchbook, the dominance of one narrative, and the overall cohesiveness of the illustrations including those that are of a looser, sketchier nature, elevates this from the more pedestrian specimens of the genre. We think, also, without making grandiose claims as to the calibre of the illustrator's skill level, we would assert that no one would dismiss these illustrations as generic or common. Given how clever the illustrations and the story line accompanying the steeplechase are, it is unfortunate we do not have the name of the author/illustrator. We doubt it is a coincidence that the date of the Devil/Death steeplechase is but four days after the first English National Steeplechase, which was run in Bedfordshire and was the precursor of the Grand National race at Aintree. It is not, therefore, a giant leap to view this imaginary race as a sharp satire on the day's real-life racing scene. In the story here, a morbid variant of the turtle and the hare fable, the Devil gets off to an auspicious start, and then might seem to have the race clinched when Death falls into a water ditch. But as the Devil relaxes, Death recovers, catches up, and then with the final fence by a Churchyard, the Devil isn't able to jump it, "whether from his horse not having a jump left, or from Satan himself not liking the smell of consecrated ground". Death leaps into the cemetery "as easily as if he were driving through his own park gates" and celebrates his victory by throwing his head (which is a skull) in the air and catching it several times. Condition: Rebacked in red calf matching remnants of older leather. Edges rubbed. Moderate scuffing of boards. Corners bumped, not terribly. Two leaves conspicuously cut out -- no clue as to what was excised. One leaf with closed tear, not affecting illustration. One loose leaf. 
Price: 6000.00 USD
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The United States Promotion House, Inc.  A Parent Company.  How Millions and Millionaires are made in Wall Street.  How their System combines almost 100% Safety with Fabulous Gain
14 The United States Promotion House, Inc. A Parent Company. How Millions and Millionaires are made in Wall Street. How their System combines almost 100% Safety with Fabulous Gain
The United States Promotion House, Inc. Wraps Very Good 
Scarce prospectus -- no copies located on OCLC or elsewhere. A get rich quick manual, or a primer on how to make money on Wall Street the easy way, before the crash, the SEC and stricter regulation spoiled the frolic and fun, with explanations on watering stock, insider trading, etc. N.d., 1919. Folio, 31.5 by 24 cm. Unpaginated, 16 pages. Condition: light to moderate wear of the black wraps. Clean within. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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[Faux Book Box] Book box with a
15 [Faux Book Box] Book box with a "sepia" hair artwork of a Gothic church framed on front board
Full straignt-grained morocco Very Good 
N.d., circa 1800. The size of a 12mo or small 8vo, the box measures 17.5 by 11 cm, and it has a small button on its foreedge to open it. The picture itself is oblong, 7 by 11 cm, and surrounded by a band of gilt foil. Around the perimeter of the boards are decorative floral rolls. The picture is created from pulverized hair which is then minutely attached to the surface using gum arabic. It is called "sepia" because of the coloration, obviously, and the different shades would presumably be achieved by using different hair specimens, ranging from light blond to dark brown. The process used in the picture here was innovated, as far as we know, in the 1770s in Coburg, Germany by a jeweller named Scharf. We have never before come across a sample of this artwork applied to a book object, and we believe further, that one will not readily find other examples of this artwork -- works with a kinship to the painting here -- other than in jewelry cameos. Condition: light to moderate wear. Some of the grains of hair have migrated, with minimal effect on the pictorial integrity. 
Price: 2500.00 USD
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[Grand Tour Souvenir] Roma. 18th Century Miniature Leporello with Ten Views of Rome, mostly of ruins
16 [Grand Tour Souvenir] Roma. 18th Century Miniature Leporello with Ten Views of Rome, mostly of ruins
Vellum Very Good 
Sublime, very finely detailed and beautiful miniature views of Rome and its ruins, done with pen-and-ink and wash. Oblong miniature, 40 by 62 mm, stretching to about 63 cm. Vellum binding with painted decoration. Views include Temple of Vesta, Vespasian's Arch, the pyramid, St. Peters, etc. Each is mounted on brown painted paper, which has ruling providing addtiional framing. This is a manifestly exquisite and unique Grand Tour souvenir. Soiling on the vellum, and light wear besides. 
Price: 2500.00 USD
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[Illuminated Manuscript] The Order of the administration of the Lord's Supper or Holy Communion
17 [Illuminated Manuscript] The Order of the administration of the Lord's Supper or Holy Communion

4to. 24.5 by 19 cm. 172 pp. 20 full page illuminated decoration. 28 decorated capitals. Decorative letters and vignette illustrations throughout, although the decoration is concentrated near the front. While textually the manuscript is complete, the illuminator probably intended to carry forward his artistry but for whatever reason, didn't carry through fully with his objective. Still, the decoration that is contained herein is lushly beautiful and very well-executed. Birds of various sort were most definitely a favorite subject of the artist -- they abound in the margins. But other animals and human figures are just as precisely and elegantly done in the various vignettes where they appear. We would also note that this manuscript has a lovely relief binding, with a cross forming the centerpiece on the front cover, a kneeling woman with a cross on the rear, and elaborate rinceaux, beaded bands and vine florets forming the decoration around these centerpieces. The binding was the artistry of F. Leake & Co. of Regents Street. Condition: spine rebacked inconspicuously with a matching brown calf. 
Price: 3000.00 USD
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[Manuscript]  Histoire de la Cochonnette
18 [Manuscript] Histoire de la Cochonnette
Christmas, 1944 Hardcover. Cotton toile fabric pasted onto boards Very Good 
Charming original story about a clever pig and his rooster and chicken pals, and how they escape becoming their master's Xmas supper and then a ravenous wolf. Oblong, 21.5 by 27.5 cm. Unpaginated, 20 leaves, text and illustrations only on rectos. Eighteen original watercolor illustrations, all but two of which are full page or dominate the page. The watercolors are rendered with a confident simplicity -- these illustrations could easily have appeared in a published children's book. The text is written in a neat cursive. Besides the sweet narrative, we find the toile covers lovely, and also in keeping with the story within. On the front are vignettes of a coq and geese; on the rear, a horse, a dog and seraph, and both covers have a bucolic feel to them. Condition: the toile cover has staining. The interior has moderate wear. 
Price: 950.00 USD
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[Manuscript] Rmo P. Mag. Fr. Andreie Frühwirth.  Anthology of Religious Verses
19 [Manuscript] Rmo P. Mag. Fr. Andreie Frühwirth. Anthology of Religious Verses
1891, 1892 Cloth Very Good 
Idiosyncratic, religion-tinged manuscript with wonderful folk art-ish ornamentation and illustrations rendered in watercolors, along with some highly decorative calligraphy. Elephantine Folio. 44.5 by 34 cm. Unpaginated, 22 pages (with content -- both verse and watercolored decoration). The manuscript is predominantly in Italian, with some Latin, and a few lines of Greek. The Catholic poetry includes a tribute to St. Catherine of Siena, and a dialogue between Dante and St. Thomas. The poetry is uncredited, and we believe, largely, if not all, original. The title page, or perhaps more accurately described as a dedication page, is the true knock-out of the manuscript, with paintings of an adult angel, or perhaps a winged Jesus, holding up a scroll, a friar or monk working on a manuscript to the side, a round inset of the Virgin with her infant, and an escutcheon and crown adding to the thick decorative fabric of the whole. Other illustrations are of a haloed saint, an upright Jesus, St. Catherine, St. Peters Square, Dante and St. Thomas, an angel holding a harp. Floral decoration abounds. 
Price: 1250.00 USD
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[Trade Catalogue]  Francesco Beretta & Co., Milano, Stabilimento a Vap.re per l'Industria dei Giuocattoli.  Esportazione
20 [Trade Catalogue] Francesco Beretta & Co., Milano, Stabilimento a Vap.re per l'Industria dei Giuocattoli. Esportazione
Milano Stab. Lit. A. Bertarelli Wraps Near Fine 
Truly extraordinary trade catalogue for dolls, games and toys, with many bright chromolithographic color plates of great beauty. N.d., circa 1893. 4to. 28 by 22 cm. 42 plates, the first 28 of which are color plates. This catalogue was issued in conjunction with the company's factory expansion, and shortly following its success at the International Exhibition in Milan, 1891, and the Esposizione Italo-Americano in Genoa the following year. At the former, it received the highest honors, at the latter, a gold medal, and the proprietor, in the one-page prefatory comments -- the only text within the catalogue -- speaks of his extensive clientele in both Italy and America. His plant is pictured on the cover, and indeed shows that this was a business of considerable size for the day. Among the articles showcased are also doll accessories, dollhouses, furniture for dollhouses, rocking horses, billiards, croquet, swings, a puppet theater, performing monkeys, toy weaponry, mechanical toys, toy horses and stables, puppets, etc. We would emphasize that the color in the color plates is especially bright and dazzling, and this is a toy catalogue like none other that we have ever come across. Condition: light soiling and wear to the card thick wraps. 
Price: 3500.00 USD
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