BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA: CATALOGUES DE 1867 ET 1878 ET SUPPLÉMENTS DE 1881 ET 1887.
Photographic reprint of 1878 Edition and Supplements 1 and 2 (1881 and 1887)
Four volumes reprinted in one. Charles Leclerc edited the 1878 catalogue (and supplements) of Americana offered for sale by the French firm Maisonneuve and Co. (Besterman 310, Blogie 634 & 637) By the time of the last supplement (1887), the company's name had changed to Maisonneuve Frères & Ch. Leclerc. The combined work includes well over 3620 entries dealing with North and South (and Central) America and the Philippines. The first catalogue was issued in 1867. Bookseller's ink stamp on free endpaper.
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CATALOGUES BY MASONIC AND MISCELLANEOUS PUBLISHERS
Group of seven auction catalogues dating to June 1877, December 1877, June 1878, June 1879, November 1879, November 1880 and May 1888. These are all catalogues of standard and rare old Masonic Books, pamphlets, magazines etc. (McKay 2243, 2308,2396, 2528, 2571,2699, & 3601) All the catalogues show edgewear with the pages tanning slightly.