Chicago: 1951. Softbound. Blue printed wraps. 40 pp., 68 bw plates. A reading copy only. Has wonderful photos and some rooms pictures, as well.
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NY: American Art Association / Anderson Galleries, Inc., 1930. Softcover. Tan wraps. 66 pp. Bw illustrations. 203 lots for public sale.
New York: Sotheby's, 1982, July 16 and 17. Softbound. Color illuystrated wraps. 607 lots are annotated, and some are illustrated. 607 lots are featured in this extraordinary catalogue.
New York: Sotheby's, 1995. Paperback. Dark blue glossy color illustrated glued wraps. 228 pp., profusely illustrated mostly in color. Lists 360 lots, all pictured and annotated.
New York: Christie's, 2011, December 13-16. Softbound. 6 vols. in a slipcase. 1, 472 pages, 945 mostly color plates and appx 1, 000 color and duotone illustrations. One of the landmarks in Auction History! An introductory volume describes the auction. Vol. 1 contains The Legendary Jewels, Evening Sale, showcases 79...
Philadelphia, PA: Samuel T. Freeman & Co., 1926, April 19. Softbound. Printed paper wraps, illustrated. 21 bw plates illustrate many of the lots. catalogue lists 219 lots, including glass, pottery, hardware, copper and brass, pewter, lighting fixtures, fireplace fittings, coverlets, Windsor chairs and other furniture. The hardware section, and accompanying...
Philadelphia, PA: Samuel T. Freeman, 1930, June 9-11. Softbound. Printed wraps. 670 lots included. 4 bw plates illustrate many of the items in-situ. 670 lots are listed, almost all of them priced in ink or pencil A mamoth sale of varied items.
New York, New York: Christie's, 2006. Softcover. Color pictorial wraps; 111 pp.; Profusely illustrated with color photos. Accompanied sale NUSRALA-1745, which was held on January 21, 2006; Lots 641-719 listed with annotations; Includes early American furniture and other decorative arts, including needlepoint, embroidery, English porcelain (Wedgwood and Staffordshire), and more.
NY: Anderson Galleries, 1928. Softcover. Paper wraps. 97 pp. Bw illustrations. 239 lots for public sale.
New York: Christie's, 2011. Softcover. Lavender card wraps with bw portrait photo.  with color and bw photographs throughout. An A to Z tour of the life, loves, and luxury of Elizabeth Taylor: Art, Burton, Chanel, Dior, Egyptian Revival, Exotic, Emeralds, Feathers, Gold Charm Bracelet, Handbags, Iguana, etc. With annotations...
Arizona: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1988. Softcover. Grey pictorial stapled wraps; 24 pp.; Profusely illustrated with color and bw photos and figures. Over 70 decorative designs, including furniture, fabrics, wallcoverings, windows, and more; Extensive annotations.
Wilmington, DE: Historical Society of Delaware, 2007. Softbound. Red illstrated wraps. 48 pp. Color illustrations. Exhibition February 9 through August 18, 2007.
New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., 1950. Bluish faded wraps with black printing. 233 pp., profusely illustrated in bw. Superb Eighteenth Century American Furniture and Silver. Early American Portraits and Miniatures. An Notable Collection of Baccarat, Clichy, St.Louis and Millville Glass Paperweights. Battersea and Bilsted Enamel Bird Boxes. Blue Staffordshire Ware...
Boston, MA: Samuel T. Freeman & Co., 1943, Nov. 23. Softbound. Color printed wraps. 22 bw illustrations of selected items, including a group picture of about 54 pieces of pewter. The pewter was sold in 26 lots at the beginning of the sale. Included two kneehole desks (lists buyer's names)...
New York, New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc., 1948. Softcover. Blue wraps; 65 pp.; Profusely illustrated with bw figures. Accompanied sale 1002, held November 6, 1948. 146 lots listed, including Georgian silver, Sheffield plate, paintings by Gilbert Stuart and Rembrandt Peale, Chippendale, Sheraton, and Hepplewhite furniture, and much more.
New York: Christie's, 2001. Softbound. Color pictorial wraps. 100s of color plates, some bw photographs are reproduced. Includes salesroom notes and corrections, as well as prices realized. Correspondence, speeches, memoirs, furniture, china, silver, art, jewelry, photos, and more.
New York: American Art Association / Anderson Galleries, Inc., 1931. Softcover. Green paper wraps. 165 pp., Many bw illustrations. 368 lots of just wonderful material. Many of the pieces sold in this sale were labeled.
1934. Softcover. Blue wraps. Numerous bw plates. All works are priced. 376 lots.
1934. Softcover. Light green wraps. 203 pp. Numerous bw plates. Rugs, porcelain, Jade, and French and English 18th century furniture. Paintings by Gainsborough, Hoppner, Romney, Reynolds, Largilliere, Tournieres, Greuze, Nattier, Schreyer, and others.
1929. Softbound. Printed outer wraps. 180 pp. Numerous bw plates. Astounding. Prices are written in.
1928. Softcover. Beige wraps. 166 pp. Numerous bw plates. The first session sold Japanese Ivories, European Ivories, Bronze Statuettes, Japanese Objects of Art, Japanese Porcelain and Chinese Porcelain. The second session sold American and European Paintings. The third session sold Whieldon and Wedgewood Salt-glaze and tortoise-shell ware, mainly purchased by...
Madison: Sound View Press, 1991. Hardcover. Navy cloth with gilt lettering and black ill. DJ. 432 pp. 43 color plates and 248 bw ills. 36 essays by a team of leading international experts. Explores the hue of various types of gold and silver leafs and many of the problems that afflict gilded surfaces.
Beaumont, TX: McFaddin-Ward House, 1994. Softcover. Green patterned wraps. 104 pp. 53 bw and color plates. Essay by Bradley Brooks. Collection features gorgeous furniture, silver, costumes, porcelain, glass, and clocks. Catalogue from the exhibition of Feb. 1994 to March 1995.
Boston: Skinner, 2014. Softcover. Color-illustrated softcover with white lettering. 160 pp. Color illustrations. Catalogue contains lots 1-138 from June 15, 2014 auction in Marlborough, MA of Shaker Furniture from the collection of Faith and Edward Deming Andrews. Includes essays by Jean M. Burks and Chrisitan Goodwillie.
New York, New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1997. Hardcover. Burgundy cloth over boards; Color pictorial dj.; 264 pp.; 107 bw, 117 color plates and figures. An updated and revised edition of the original from 1985; Includes new sections on Winterthur's garden and exhibition building; Photos by Lizzie Himmel; Extensive text; Well illustrated.