Covering archeology and art, history, politics, memoirs, Native Americans, travel, military history, bibliography, literature, and more, printed from 1823 to 2007, with prices of $5 to $1250 (originally $10 to $2500) with more than half now on sale for under $25. Sale through June 2017. All prices net.
A Short List of 40 19th century American Pamphlets and Broadsides on Free Trade, Tariffs, and Protectionism. Many items are unrecorded or held by few if any institutions.
63 entries including multivolume series on Venezuela's Politics, History, Finance, Literature, Bibliography.
From the early 18th century to the early 21st century: books and broadsides, maps and manuscripts, posters and periodicals, Artists' books, photobooks, original drawings, from New York City Theater to San Francisco Streets, Politics, Judaica, French Louisiana to Canadian History, Connecticut to the Confederacy, Mexico and Nicaragua to New England.
Works date from the first decade of the 18th century to the last decade of the 20th, covering every geographic region and nearly every country and including uncommon broadsides, runs of 19th c. periodicals, signed colonial documents, maps, books, and pamphlets with topics ranging from Artigas and Bolivar to Indigenous Peoples, Law, Language, and Livres d'Artiste, to Photography, Spanish, Portuguese, and English Exploration, The Cold War, Columbus, Slavery, and Bibliography.