AntiquarianAuctions Online Auction Runs January 22-29

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Lot No. 113
Thames River, London. Daumont, Paris, 1760.
Attractive view of the busy Thames River and London.
Estimate: $300

Lot No. 217
GOLDFINGER - in DW., Ian Fleming; Jonathan Cape, London, 1959. 8vo.
A very nice copy in dw. of the first edition, first impression in dw. of this James Bond title - the seventh in the series. 
In the original gilt embossed black cloth with a skull on the front panel. 
Estimate: $900-1200

Lot No. 171
NICOLAI BVRGVNDI I.C. CAESAREAE MAIESTATIS, NICOLAI BVRGVNDI (Nicolas de Bourgogne); Typis IOANNIS VRYENBORCH, LOVANII, 1647. Binding & Overall Condition: very good. 16 x 10,5 cm; 
Rare early edition with ''PRIVILEGE DU ROI PHILIPPI IV D'ESPAGNE le 2 octobre 1646''
NICOLAI BVRGVNDI I.C. CAESAREAE MAIESTATIS, ELECTORISQVE BAVARIAE CONSILIARI ET HISTORIOGRAPHI, COMITIS PALATINI; Nec-non in Academia Ingolstadiensi Cod. Prof. Ordinarij, COMMENTARIVS DE EVICTIONIBVS Theoricus & Practicus. Editio iterata, priori accuration."
Estimate: $400-500

Lot No. 12
A COLLECTION OF PORTRAITS OF THE SAVAGE TRIBES. Portraits. London, 1822, Folio (390 x 280 mm).
Lithographic title page and 8 fine hand coloured plates. Taken from the Life in 1812, by an Officer of the 21st Dragoons, engaged in an Expedition against those Tribes, under Lt.-Col. Graham.
A South African Bibliography, volume 1, page 593, records 4 copies only. Mendelssohn (Sydney) South African Bibliography (1910), volume 2, page 271, describes this work as a ‘great rarity’.
Estimate: $7000/9000

Lot No. 13
VOYAGE TO ABYSSINIA, Salt (Henry); AND TRAVELS INTO THE INTERIOR OF THAT COUNTRY, EXECUTED UNDER 
THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT, IN THE YEARS 1809 AND 1810; 
W. Bulmer. for F.C. & J. Rivington, London, 1814; 4to (360 x 270 mm). 

Estimate: $2250/2750

Lot No. 219
THE BANTU TRIBES OF SOUTH AFRICA, Duggan-Cronin (A.M.); Deighton, Bell & Co., Ltd. Kimberley, Alexander McGregor Memorial Museum, Cambridge, 1924-1954. 4to (295 x 215 mm)
Reproductions of Photographic Studies by A.M. Duggan-Cronin. 4 volumes in 11 parts - a complete set. Each part contains a letterpress introduction and photographic studies reproduced by the photogravure process with plate marks and tissue guards.

Estimate: $3500/4500

Lot No. 2
Naaukeurige en Uitvoerige Beschryving van De Kaap de Goede Hoop . . . (1727) 2 vols, Peter Kolbe; Balthazar Lakeman, Amsterdam, 1727, Fist thus, Large folio. 370 x 230; shelf space 10 cm; 3.5 kg. Valuable historical commentary on the government of the Cape six decades after the original Dutch settlement; compiled during Kolbe’s eight-year stay at the Cape (1705-1713), but completed only after his return to Europe
Estimate: $3500/4500

Lot No. 169
THE INDIAN DUCKS AND THEIR ALLIES, Baker (E.C. Stuart); The Bombay Natural History Society, 1908. 
Tall 8vo (275 x 185 mm). 
Reprinted from the Bombay Natural History Society’s Journal; with Corrections & Additions. With 30 Coloured Plates 
by H.Grönvold, G.E. Lodge and J.G. Keulemans.

Estimate: $250/300

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Next auction:  Auction #41: 5th - 12 March

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Image: Lot No. 113, Thames River, London. Daumont, Paris, 1760. Attractive view of the busy Thames River and London. Estimate: $300.

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