CFA February Book Pick Auction

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 40 Shaw Street, New London, CT 06320  See map

The Monday February 24th "pick" auction includes books on science (especially mathematics) history
(especially New England), fiction, medicine, biography, poetry, cookbooks, and
art. Note: If you have an interest in children’s chapbooks, we will have a very
large number chapbooks, early children’s books, leather volumes, and interesting
ephemera in this auction. 

Of note: De Forest (1852), History of
the Indians of Connecticut; Harris (1900), Down South; Dodge (1882), Our Wild
Indians: Thirty-three Years Personal Experience; Norton (1905, limited), The
Governors of Connecticut; Sallustius (1639), Philosophi de diis et mundo bound
with Holstenius (1639), Demophili Democratis et Secundi; Walton (1925) The
Complete Angler; Thumb (1849), Life and Travels of Tom Thumb; Du Pryrat (1669),
Traitte de L’Origine des Cardinaux du Saint Siege; Humfreville (1903, Signed),
Twenty Years Among Our Hostile Indians; Barrie (1906), Peter Pan in Kensington
Gardens; Thomas et al (1890) The Golden Flower Chrysanthemum; Parley (1834) The
Every Day Book for Youth; Roscoe (1832, Signed) The Tourist in Italy; Lady
(1808) A New System of Domestic Cookery formed Upon Principles of Economy;
Johnson (1925 & 1926) The Book of American Negro Spirituals and The Second
Book of Negro Spirituals 

Note: In the event of
bad weather call 1-860-908-8067 to confirm that the auction will be held

We are accepting consignments for future
"pick" book auctions. Call Tom at 1-860-908-8067 to discuss your
books and visit our website: cfabookauction.com to learn more about CFA Book
Auctions and to be sure to read the webpages on “How to Sell Books.”


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