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Image for World War I War Savings Stamps Broadside: 'Size Up Your Savings' (Thrift Sign No. 2)

World War I War Savings Stamps Broadside: 'Size Up Your Savings' (Thrift Sign No. 2)

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: United States Government, Treasury Department: 1919

Seller ID: 1812566


Two horizontal creases as if this was mailed in a letter-sized envelope. Paper a bit toned. 1919 Broadside. 8 1/2 x 11. Single sheet. Text in black, with blue section in center reading 'W.S.S. War Savings Stamps Issued by the United States Government'. Beneath in black: 'Your Savings Account Tells a Story. Can You Improve That Story? Buy War Savings Stamps - Regularly.' View more info

Image for Premium List Rochester Fair and Exhibition, Rochester, New York, September 3rd to 8th, 1923

Premium List Rochester Fair and Exhibition, Rochester, New York, September 3rd to 8th, 1923

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Rochester Exposition Association: 1923

Seller ID: 1889863


Sticker removal mark on front corner, lightly rubbed & soiled, faint stain on top corner of last few pages. 1923 Stapled Binding. 46 pp. Original wrappers. Rochester advertisements throughout (most notably a rather blunt two-page centerfold ad for a 'Travel and Pedestrian Accident Policy' enumerating coverage amounts 'if killed while riding or driving'; for 'loss of both hands - both feet - both eyes'; etc.). Includes photograph of Monroe County Farm Bureau exhibit. List... View more info

Image for Menu, Hotel Lexington, New York City, Wednesday, December 22, 1948.

Menu, Hotel Lexington, New York City, Wednesday, December 22, 1948.

By: N/A

Price: $9.00

Publisher: Hotel Lexington, New York City: 1948

Seller ID: 2083656


Faintly toned, folded slightly askew such that fore-edge corners do not line up, but this appears to be an error of the printer (or the folder, if this was done manually). 1948 Single Sheet. Single sheet, folded once. 11 1/4 x 8 5/8. Labeled 'Hawaiian Room' across middle fold. A wide assortment of offerings, including whole lobster, Romanoff caviar, Lynhaven Oysters Rockefeller, etc., with nothing exceeding $4.50. There appear to be a number of variants of the 1948 menu,... View more info

Image for Loblaws Super Market Coloring Contest: Win 10 Big Prizes in this store! Plus Grand National Prize $5,000.00 Savings Bond or a 4-Year College Scholarship! Just Color the Pictures in This Book to Win!

Loblaws Super Market Coloring Contest: Win 10 Big Prizes in this store! Plus Grand National Prize $5,000.00 Savings Bond or a 4-Year College Scholarship! Just Color the Pictures in This Book to Win!

By: N/A

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Milart Associates: 1954

Seller ID: 2262500


Near fine. 1954 Stapled Binding. 32 pp. Food advertisements in coloring book format. Loblaws Super Market Coloring Contest: Win 10 Big Prizes in this store! Plus Grand National Prize $5,000.00 Savings Bond or a 4-Year College Scholarship! Just Color the Pictures in This Book to Win! View more info

Image for The Library of the Honorable Frederick W. Lehmann, St. Louis, MO. Containing His Noteworthy Charles Dickens Collection and Equally Important First Editions of American and English Authors, Sold by His Order (Sale Number 3871)

The Library of the Honorable Frederick W. Lehmann, St. Louis, MO. Containing His Noteworthy Charles Dickens Collection and Equally Important First Editions of American and English Authors, Sold by His Order (Sale Number 3871)

By: American Art Association / Anderson Galleries

Price: $10.00

Publisher: American Art Association / Anderson Galleries: 1930

Seller ID: 2199308


Rebound in green cloth with leather title panel on spine. Blank leaves bound in with bid card after text. Chips to some of the pages. 1930 Large Hardcover. 173 pp., plus several blank leaves. 10 x 7 3/8. Several photographs & facsimiles. Noteworthy in that prices, some with names, appear in pencil next to each item -- these appear to be the values realized at auction in 1930. View more info

Image for Julia Harrington, Winnebago, Iowa, 1913

Julia Harrington, Winnebago, Iowa, 1913

By: Bissell, Richard

Price: $4.00

Publisher: Little, Brown and Company: 1969

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2075175


First edition. Lacks jacket. 1969 Large Hardcover. 84 pp. A memoir of a young girl's childhood in Iowa, illustrated with reproductions of numerous early 20th century advertisements in both color and black & white. View more info

Image for Charles Millar & Son Company Mill and Factory Supplies, Catalogue M

Charles Millar & Son Company Mill and Factory Supplies, Catalogue M

By: Charles Millar & Son Co.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co.: 1920

Seller ID: 1722160


Faint wear to corners. 1920 Hard Cover. xxxi, 779 pp. 8vo. An extensive and profusely illustrated catalog of various mill and factory supplies issued by Charles Millar & Son Company, a wholesale manufacturing firm that originated in Utica, NY, and at the time of publication also operated facilities in Binghamton, NY and Springfield, MA. View more info

Image for The Convict Ship 'Success': The Last of England's Infamous Felon Fleet, The Oldest Ship Afloat, Launched at Molmein, British India, in 1790, Now Touring the Principal Ports of the World as an Educational Object Lesson

The Convict Ship 'Success': The Last of England's Infamous Felon Fleet, The Oldest Ship Afloat, Launched at Molmein, British India, in 1790, Now Touring the Principal Ports of the World as an Educational Object Lesson

By: Convict Ship 'Success'

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Convict Ship 'Success': 1924

Seller ID: 2200527


Top half of front wrapper and first few pages stained, edges rubbed, toned throughout. 1924 Stapled Binding. 16 pp. Original wrappers. A brief history of the last felon ship in Britain's fleet, still afloat in 1924, which toured the ports of the world as a traveling museum. Includes descriptions of 96 different points in the ship that were highlighted as exhibits, commentary from media and famous individuals, and an indictment of the old penal system and how it has influ... View more info

Image for Programme [for the] Opening of Eastman Theatre, Rochester, New York, Dress Rehearsal Performance, September Second, Nineteen Hundred Twenty Two - Dedicated to Music and Motion Pictures

Programme [for the] Opening of Eastman Theatre, Rochester, New York, Dress Rehearsal Performance, September Second, Nineteen Hundred Twenty Two - Dedicated to Music and Motion Pictures

By: Eastman Theatre

Price: $75.00

Publisher: The Eastman Theatre: 1922

Seller ID: 2055184


Wrappers toned. 1922 Stapled Binding. 22, [1] pp. Stapled binding, printed wrappers. Includes 16 black & white photographs and a diagram. The centerfold shows the first event schedule for the Eastman Theatre, with prices for the various shows. View more info

Image for Ford: The Universal Car - 1920-1921

Ford: The Universal Car - 1920-1921

By: Ford Motor Company

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Ford Motor Company, Detroit: 1921

Seller ID: 2098820


Lightly rubbed. 1921 Stapled Binding. 24 pp. Stapled binding. A pamphlet with full-page images of 5 models of Ford (touring car, runabout, sedan, coupe, one ton truck), Ford chassis, motor, comfort features, design, and worm drive construction. Also includes a profile of Henry Ford, facts about Ford cars, specifications of models, commentary on quality and pricing, and images of the various assembly and branch plants with locations and production numbers. At this point F... View more info

Image for Malt Marrow Cook Book: Recipes of Quality [Cookbook]

Malt Marrow Cook Book: Recipes of Quality [Cookbook]

By: McAvoy Brewing Company

Price: $115.00

Publisher: McAvoy Brewing Company / Felix Mendelsohn: 1912

Seller ID: 2055182


Boards lightly rubbed, front hinge loose but stapled binding holding strongly. 1912 Hard Cover. 16mo. Cloth spine, color pictorial paper over boards. A collection of recipes utilizing McAvoy Brewing Company's 'Malt Marrow' and 'Alma Mater'. Malt marrow was an alcohol-based children's medicine marketed by McAvoy both before and during the prohibition era. Using these sorts of clever ploys, the brewery was able to get away with such things as this book's cover, which shows... View more info

Image for Hood's Sarsaparilla Calendar 1905

Hood's Sarsaparilla Calendar 1905

By: McCrellis, H.D.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: H.D. McCrellis: 1905

Seller ID: 2266081


1905 Soft Cover. A calendar featuring a booklet of remedies for common ailments, along with weather forecasts and endorsements of the health benefits of Hood's sarsaparilla and other products. View more info

Image for A Stereoscopic Presentation of Packard Superiorities

A Stereoscopic Presentation of Packard Superiorities

By: Packard Motor Car Company

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Packard Motor Car Company: 1925

Seller ID: 2263375


'Macyscope' glasses manufactured 'for viewing sculptural printing (MacyArt pictures)' laid in. Spine a bit rubbed. 1925 Stapled Binding. 12 pp. Oblong, 6 x 9. Colorfully decorated stapled binding. A promotional piece with six stereoscopic images featuring Packard vehicles, and details about the eight-in-line motor, shock absorbing system, lubrication system, safety features, and ease of maintenance. Inside the rear wrapper is a price list for ten models. View more info

Image for Kit Parker Films 1980/1981 Catalog

Kit Parker Films 1980/1981 Catalog

By: Parker, Kit (Editor)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Kit Parker Films: 1980

Seller ID: 1527576


Lightly rubbed. 1980 Large Softcover. 352 pp. 11 x 8 1/2. Film company order catalog. Numerous photoplay illustrations. CONTENTS: U.S.A./U.K.: Auteur Collection; U.K.: Selected Classics, Classic Films from Another Medium, Famous Series Pictures; U.S.A.: Silent Era; France; Germany; Russia; Selected International Classics; Prize Winners, Experimental, Early Cinema; Newsreels, Documentaries; Animation; Comedies, Musicals, Camp; Serials; KPF Journal; Terms Indices. View more info

Saguenay Trip, with an Appendix on the Homespun Industry [Canada Steamship Lines]

By: Potvin, Damase; Carless, William (Appendix)

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Canada Steamship Lines: 1959

Seller ID: 1308655


Light 1 inch crease on front corner, ink name crossed out inside cover. 1959 Trade Paperback. Includes numerous color and black & white illustrations of the Saguenay River and surrounding sites in Quebec. Also included is a fold-out map of The Saguenay Trip offered by Canada Steamship Lines Ltd -- the map covers the area of Quebec surrounding St. Lawrence River, the Saguenay River, and Lake St. John. Sites pictured in the book are labeled and described on the map. The ap... View more info

Image for Shakespeareana: Paintings, Drawings and Ceramics

Shakespeareana: Paintings, Drawings and Ceramics

By: Sotheby's Auctions

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc.: 1976

Seller ID: 1517910


Wave to pages and cover. 1976 Stapled Binding. Sotheby's Auction program from 1976 featuring various Shakespeare-related items. View more info

Image for Taschen Winter 2009/10 Catalog: Rich Books for Poor Times

Taschen Winter 2009/10 Catalog: Rich Books for Poor Times

By: Taschen

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Taschen: 2009

Seller ID: 2038701


Faint bump to top corner. 2009 Large Softcover. Unpaginated. A colorful catalog of offerings from Taschen, a publisher well-known for their high-quality, image-oriented printing, which often pushes the envelope of sexuality. Numerous book covers featured throughout, and profusely illustrated with photographs from within the titles offered, including a number of nudes. A particularly interesting catalog, given the reference in the title - this catalog was released shortly... View more info

Image for 1879 Broadside Advertisement: 4th of July Festival. Including Martial Music, Singing, Poems, Speeches, Dinner, Fireworks, etc., on the Baptist Parsonage Lawn, Penfield, [New York] July 4th, 1879. Singing by Mr. G.W. Rockefeller and Glee Club. A Warm Dinner from 1 to 2 o'clock, 25 cts. Ice Cream, Lemonade and other refreshments will be furnished on the grounds. Fireworks in the Evening. [Independence Day]

1879 Broadside Advertisement: 4th of July Festival. Including Martial Music, Singing, Poems, Speeches, Dinner, Fireworks, etc., on the Baptist Parsonage Lawn, Penfield, [New York] July 4th, 1879. Singing by Mr. G.W. Rockefeller and Glee Club. A Warm Dinner from 1 to 2 o'clock, 25 cts. Ice Cream, Lemonade and other refreshments will be furnished on the grounds. Fireworks in the Evening. [Independence Day]

By: Town of Penfield, New York

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Fairport Herald Print.: 1879

Seller ID: 2173001


Three faint horizontal creases, one vertical crease, faint crease on bottom corner, toned. 1879 Broadside. 6 x 8 7/8. A broadside advertisement printed 85 years after the foundation of the town that has been known as Penfield, New York since 1810 (it was previously called Northfield, changed to Boyle in 1808, and was divided into several towns in 1810). The company that printed the ad, Fairport Herald, was a newspaper that was only 6 years old at the time (it used this n... View more info