Forum Auctions holds a sale of Books and Works on Paper on Thursday, July 29. The 295 lots include a manuscript address to a meeting of French physicians co-written by Joseph-Ignace Gullotin and Philibert Borie about the care of newborn children (£1,000–1,500); a copy of Charles Dickens' first appearance in print in America, among some 103 issues of The Albion (also estimated at £1,000–1,500). A manuscript "town book" from Smallburgh in Norfolk, England covering the period 1777 to 1837 could sell for £800–1,200.
On Friday, July 30, Disneyana and Pop Culture at Potter & Potter Auctions on 30 July. The 887 lots include an oil painting of a "stretched portrait" from the Haunted Mansion, estimated at $50,000–80,000. A partially-restored vehicle from the Mr. Toad's Wild Ride attraction could sell for $40,000–60,000. A original silkscreened "Haunted Mansion" poster signed by Imagineer Marc Davis is estimated at $10,000–15,000, while an original acrylic painting by Frank Sinatra could sell for $10,000–20,000.