Next Pick Auctions
Monday, Mar 20 & Apr 17

Preview 1:30 PM
Auction 6 PM

BP Learned Mission
40 Shaw Street
New London, CT

 Directions To Auction

TERMS: 15% buyers premium .
 Tax ID required or   6.35% sales tax  will be added to all sales. 

We are accepting consignments for future "pick" auctions. We urge you to review this website for information on CFA Book Auctions. Be sure to see
 "How to Sell Books" on this site.
 Please call Tom at 1-86O-9O8-8O67 for questions or to discuss your books.
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The Monday, March 20th "pick" auction will have volumes
on science and technology, art, philosophy, biography, history, and fiction.
If you like children’s books, we will have a large assortment from which to choose.

Of interest:

  • Stansbury (1852). Exploration and Survey of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah including a Reconnoissance of a New Route through the Rocky Mountains. 1st edition, 487 pages, Vol. I only. We also have a copy of the 1853 edition published by Armstrong.
  • Elliott (1896). The Report of Henry W. Elliott on the Condition of the Fur Seal Fisheries of Alaska. U.S. Government Printing Office.
  • Bourke (1891). On the Border with Crook. 1st edition.
  • Chenery (1872). Holstein Herd Book containing a Record of the Holstein Cattle in the United States. 1st edition.
  • Wilson (1875). The Abode of Snow: Observations on a Tour from Chinese Tibet to the Indian Caucasus. 1st US edition with folded map.
  • Hugo (1895). Victor Hugo Fiction: The Gallery of Illustrations. 1st edition.
  • Dredge (1882). Electric Illumination. Early work on lighting.
  • Annon (1918). Laying Out for Boiler Makers and Sheet Metal Workers. 3rd edition.
  • Zollikoffer (1803). Exercises of Piety or Meditations on the Principal Doctrines and Duties of Religion. Isaiah Thomas Publisher.
  • Page et al. (1853). The American Polytechnic Journal. Vol.I.
  • Blackstone (1807). Commentaries on the Laws of England in Four Books. From the special collections of the University of Bridgeport.

The Monday, April 17th "pick" auction will have volumes on philosophy,
biography, history and ephemera. We have just received a several thousand volume
consignment of mostly signed modern fiction (science fiction and fantasy) and signed poetry
that we will begin to auction off this month. If modern signed fiction and
poetry is your interest you do not want to miss this material.

Of interest:

    • Lester and Wilson (1905). Ku Klux Klan: Its Origin, Growth and Disbandment. 1st edition, Signed with post card banner of Klan laid in.
    • The Wallace Collection three elephant folio volumes, full leather custom bound from the Bridgeport Library Collection.
    • Dante (1921). La Divina Commedia. Full leather custom bound from the Bridgeport Library Collection.
    • Yriarte (1878). Venise. Elephant folio, full leather from the Bridgeport Library Collection.
    • Hoover (1953). The Memoirs of Herbert Hoover. Three volumes, mixed printings, each is signed by Hoover from the Bridgeport Library Collection.
    • Spillane (1973). The Last Cop Out. Signed 1st edition with four other Spillane novels 3 of which are signed.
    • Morrison (1981). Beloved. Signed 1st edition with three other Toni Morrison works which are all signed.
    • Stern (1993). The Life and Death of Superman. Signed 1st edition.
    • Levon aka Kesey (1990). Caverns. Signed by Ken Kesey 1st edition with three other Kesey works.
    • Maugham (1949). A Writer’s Notebook. Signed 1st edition in slipcase.
    • Frank (1934). Scrapbook of a Western Pioneer. Signed 1st edition with West of the Sabine (1938) in dj and Signed.



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