Bonhams : Treasures from the Eric C. Caren Collection

Treasures from the Eric C. Caren Collection

6 - 14 Mar 2019

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CUSTER MASSACRE. The Daily Critic, no 2417. Washington, DC: Friday, July 7, 1876.

Siege of Ladysmith, Natal, Second Boer War. Herbert, A Kenney, Capt. Survey Department, Field Intelligence Division. Country around Ladysmith Natal enlarged from Major Althams photo dispatch map. P[ieter]m[arets]burg, December 6th 1899, with manuscript additions taken on the ground in Ladysmith, c.January 1900.

SIOUX INDIANS IN WASHINGTON. MANN, M.E. Imperial albumen print photograph, 6 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches (156 x 275 mm)

AN EXTRAORDINARILY LARGE MAP FEATURING A BEARDLESS LINCOLN. [Map of America with Historical Vignettes.] [N.P.: no publisher, 1860.]

DEATH OF MARTHA WASHINGTON. The Connecticut Courant, vol XXXVII, no 1949. Hartford: Hudson & Goodwin, May 31, 1802.

DETAILED ACCOUNT OF THE DEATH OF WASHINGTON. Commercial Advertiser, Vol III, No 691. New York: E. Belden & Co, December 27, 1799.

Society of the Sons of St. George certificate, 1797. HAZLEHURST, ISAAC. 1742-1834, and others. Engraved Document Signed ("Isaac Hazlehurst," "Geo Davis" and "Ph. Nicklin"), partially printed on vellum, confirming the election of Thomas MacDonald to the Society, 1 p, 4to (230 x 260 mm), Philadelphia, April 24, 1797,

FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR ENLISTMENT. Province of the Massachusetts Bay 1760/ I ____________ Do hereby inlist myself a soldier in His Majesty's Provincial Service ... [Enlistment Handbill]. [Massachusetts: 1760.]

FOUR INDIAN KINGS. ADDISON, JOSEPH, editor. The Spectator, no L. London: Printed for Sam. Buckley, at the Dolphin, April 27, 1711.

CROWNING OF WILLIAM AND MARY, 1689. A Proclamation declaring WILLIAM and MARY King and Queen of England, &c. to be King and Queen of Scotland. in A Continuation of the Proceedings of the Convention of Estates in Scotland, No 11.

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