Lot 200E: Extensive Lot of Nonfiction With Two WWII Propaganda Posters

Extensive Lot of Nonfiction With Two WWII Propaganda Posters, 1) A) History of Merrimack and Belknap Counties, New Hampshire. Edited by D. Hamilton Hurd. J.W. Lewis & Co., Philadelphia, 1885. 915pp. Extensively illustrated with portraits, most tissue guarded, plates in excellent condition. 3/4 morocco hardcover, 8" x 11". boards, spine and edges worn and rubbed, gilt edges, nice tight binding. B) History of Rockingham and Strafford Counties, New Hampshire, with biographical sketches of many of its Pioneers and Prominent Men. D. Hamilton Hurd. Illustrated, J.w. Lewis & Co., Philadelphia, 1882. Front board detached, boards and bindings poor condition, plates and pages good condition.
2) A) Maine at Gettysburg, Report of Maine Commissioners prepared by The Executive Committee, 1898. Complete with maps, some in color, charts and photographs. 602pp. Hardcover, 7" x 10". 3/4 morocco over blue boards, gilt decorated title illustration, spine well worn with top section partially detached. Internally clean good condition. B) "The Blue and the Gray, a Graphic History of the Army of the Potomac and that of Northern Virginia, including The Brilliant Engagements of these forces from 1861 to 1865....A Complete Roster of the Two Great Armies, and Twenty Full Page Maps." By Rev. Theodore Gerrish and Rev. John Hutchinson. Brady, Mace, & Co., Bangor, 1884. Hardcover, brown cloth with gilt title and circular illustration. 816pp. Fair condition, staining to edges, loose binding. C) "New Hampshire in the Great Rebellion, containing histories of the several New Hampshire regiments and biographical notices of many of the prominent actors in the Civil War of 1861-1865." Major Otis F.R. Waite. Published by Tracy, Chase & Co., Claremont, 1870. First edition, 608pp. Portrait frontispiece, portraits throughout. Original 3/4 morocco, gilt, raised spine bands. Worn, fair condition, part of first gathering detached but present, up to but not including title page. D) William C. Beecher, Samuel Beecher, assisted by Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher. Charles L. Webster, NY, 1888. Hardcover, Illustrated, 713pp. Decorative binding. E) Campaign of the Army of the Potomac; a critical history of operations in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania from the commencement to the close of the war, 1861-1865. William Swinton, Published by Scribner's Sons, 1882. Hardcover, with DJ. Revised and Reissued, as stated on title. DJ distressed with rips and stains, first gathering loose. Internally very good condition. 660pp +8pp Scribner advertising. F) "The Great Rebellion...With Numerous Fine Steel Engravings" Vol 1. J.T. Headley. American Publishing Company, Hartford, 1866. Fair Condition, Front board and spine detached, foxing throughout. G) A Complete History of the Great Rebellion; or, the Civil War in the United States, 1861-1865. Dr. James Moore. W.S. Burlock & Company, 1881. Hardcover paper over board, gilt and raised title on spine, front cover debossed center decoration. pp. 552.
3) A) "The Nations Around" by A. Keary. Macmillan, 1870. Hardcover, octavo, 3/4 leather over marbled boards, decorated spine, illustrations and fold out Egyptian chart present. 331pp. B) Rollin: The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Medes and Persians, Macedonians and Grecians...Vol VII of 8. Boston, 1809. C) The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature in the Polar and Equatorial Regions of the Globe. Two Volumes in One. Dr. G Hartwig. Two Hundred Illustrations. New Edition, sold only by subscription, C.A. Nichols & Co, Springfield, 1874. 811pp. Front board and first gathering up to title page detached. Boards and spine worn, internally good condition.
4) Museum of Antiquity; a description of Ancient Life: The employments, amusements, customs and habits, the cities, palaces, monuments and tombs, the literature and fine arts for 3,000 years ago. L.W. Yaggy and T. L Haines, Standard Publishing House, New York. 1881. First edition, deluxe hardcover edition.
5) Herman Melville, Redburn: His First Voyage. Harper & Bros, NY, 1849. 390pp. First edition, rebound without advertising supplements.
6) Howard Chandler Christy (1872-1952) World War I Bond Posters, c. 1917. Each 20" x 30", mounted on board, one framed. A) Color lithograph depicting a woman holding a flag with rows of soldiers behind her, "Fight or Buy Bonds, Third Liberty Loan", print signed and dated lower right. "Forbes Boston" insignia to extreme lower right and "3A" to lower left. Mounted on foam board, unframed, with water damage, soiling and stains. Areas of loss to boarders. B) "Clear the Way - !! Buy Bonds Fourth Liberty Loan", signed in the print lower left with "10-B". Mounted on foam, with stains, fold marks, small areas of damage.

Price Realized: $200

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