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After John James Audubon (New York, 1785-1851) Fish Crow in a Honey Locust Tree, with salt-water crab, Pl. 226, from Birds of America, 1860, Bien edition,... [this item is NOT for sale]

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    Quadrupeds of North America. New York: V. G. Audubon, 1854-1854-n.d. Second octavo edition; Together with AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. The Birds of America from ... [more like this]
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    Crow in a Honey Locust Tree, with salt-water crab, Pl. 226, from Birds of America, 1860, Bien edition, signed, chromolithograph on paper, 39 x 25-7/8 in. (sheet), unframed (New ... [more like this]
  • after John James Audubon (1785 Snowy Owlhand-colored
    engraving, sheet size 38 3/4 by 25 7/8 in. by Robert Havell"Snowy Owl (No. 25, Plate CXXI)""Strix Nyctea""Drawn from Nature by J. J. Audubon F.R.S.F.L.S." lower left"Engraved, ... [more like this]
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    Fish Crow, Plate CXLV, from The Birds of America, London, John James Audubon, 1827-1838, by Havell, double elephant folio, hand-colored engraving with aquatint and etching ... [more like this]
  • Frank W. Benson (1862 signed and dated "F.W.
    Benson '26" lower leftwatercolor, 14 5/8 by 20 in.Frank Weston Benson, one of the Ten American Painters and a leading influence in the Boston School of American Impressionism, ... [more like this]
  • JOHN JAMES AUDUBON American (1785-1851) "Fish
    Crow" handcoloring & etching & engraving, 1832, pl. CXLVI, full margin. 38 x 25 1/4. Provenance: Christies, New York, June 25, 2004, lot 146, "The Magnificent Sachsen-Meiningen ... [more like this]
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    United States, 1831-1913, signed items: "Edw.[ard P.] Livingston" autograph check, New York, October 8, 1829", cut-canceled ; "Louis McLane", Custom ... [more like this]
  • High-Head Pintail Drake Charles Walker (1873-1954) Princeton,
    IL, c. 1930 18 1/4 in. long This elegant, hollow Illinois River decoy hails from the Skinner Rig, which represents Walker’s best work. It features a turned head with pronounced ... [more like this]
  • Books: Early 20th century British angling
    titles FISHERMEN'S WEATHER. Ed. F.G. Aflalo. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1906. First edition with blue boards and gilt decoration. Halford, Frederic M. MAKING A FISHERY: ... [more like this]
  • Oliver Kemp (1887 Fishing, c. 1910 oil on
    canvas, 32 by 24 in. Maj. Oliver Kemp was an accomplished artist and illustrator who created many covers for popular periodicals including The Century, Colliers, Scribner's, ... [more like this]
  • Fine leatherbound books: Histories Lansdale
    Maria Honor. THE CHATEAUX OF TOURAINE. New York: The Century Co. 1907; Carlyle Thomas. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. 2 Vols. Chicago: Belford Clarke & Co. n.d.; Yarrell William. ... [more like this]
    John: "The Fly and the Fish." New York, Angler's Club of NY, 1951. First edition, octavo, bound in blue cloth, includes slipcase. 1 of 222 copies, two extra plates laid-in. ... [more like this]

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