Weekly Auctions of Exceptional Items
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Berlin, Germany
DoneFri, Apr 27, 2007 8:00 AM GMT

Valuable Books, Autographs, Decor. Prints

Wed, Apr. 25: Lot # 1 - 247: A commented catalogue of old and rare geography, history and travel books. A fine selection deals with polar and southern pacific voyages. A department is dedicated to historical Prussia with Berlin, Brandenburg, and the former German East.

Wed: # 301 - 624: Decorative Prints - Historical Maps
Historical city views and vedutes, portraits; astronomy, monuments, peep show, fashion etc., including a fine department of rare birds pictures.

Thu, Apr. 26: # 701 - 1471: Valuable Books
A wide selection of rare books.
It features a section of fine prints before 1600 including some incunabula books printed before 1500.
Facsimile prints. Books about theology; architecture; pharmacy; sciences; agriculture; Horsemanship; Botany; technology ... Scarce cook books and works on gastronomy. Genealogy, numismatics, military books. Varia. Literature from the ages of Baroque to the late 19th ct. Scarce playing cards ...

Thu: # 1501 - 1734: Autograph Letters
Comprising a fine selection of famous men who worked in the fields of literature, science, art, music, ballet, movie and history.

Fri, Apr. 27: # 2101 - 2355: Special Catalogue Alfred Richard Meyer
A catalogue presenting nearly 350 works by Alfred Richard Meyer (1956-1956), who wrote partly under his pseudonym Munkepunke. Meyer was one of the most important figures for the history of German literature in the Golden Twenties.

Fri (A-K), Sat (L-Z): # 2401 - 3255: Contemporary Literature & Documentation on the Arts by Artists and Authors
A wide range of books on art and literature with great illustrations by the best artists of the 20th ct.

Sat, Apr. 28: # 3301 - 3625: European Avant-Garde and Book Design
A rich collection of Avant-Garde books from Dada, Futurism and French Surrealism to more than 200 lots Czech book design.