Sporting and colored plate books, the library of the late William C. Dulles of Philadelphia, Pa. and Goshen, N.Y. : the largest and choicest collection ever offered for sale by auction : to be sold on the evenings of Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, December 10, 11, and 12, 1912, Tuesday evening, December 10, lots 1-200, Wednesday evening, December 11, lots 201-399, Thursday evening, December 12, lots 400-579. William C. Dulles.
Sporting and colored plate books, the library of the late William C. Dulles of Philadelphia, Pa. and Goshen, N.Y. : the largest and choicest collection ever offered for sale by auction : to be sold on the evenings of Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, December 10, 11, and 12, 1912, Tuesday evening, December 10, lots 1-200, Wednesday evening, December 11, lots 201-399, Thursday evening, December 12, lots 400-579
Sporting and colored plate books, the library of the late William C. Dulles of Philadelphia, Pa. and Goshen, N.Y. : the largest and choicest collection ever offered for sale by auction : to be sold on the evenings of Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, December 10, 11, and 12, 1912, Tuesday evening, December 10, lots 1-200, Wednesday evening, December 11, lots 201-399, Thursday evening, December 12, lots 400-579

Sporting and colored plate books, the library of the late William C. Dulles of Philadelphia, Pa. and Goshen, N.Y. : the largest and choicest collection ever offered for sale by auction : to be sold on the evenings of Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, December 10, 11, and 12, 1912, Tuesday evening, December 10, lots 1-200, Wednesday evening, December 11, lots 201-399, Thursday evening, December 12, lots 400-579.

New York: Anderson Auction Company, 1912.

Interleaved and priced. 82 pp. 524 lots. 8vo. Half dark pebbled morocco and marbled boards, t.e.g., by H. Zucker, Phila., with original wrappers bound in, signed by owner William West, with his code for binding and interleaving. Fine. McKay, 7191. Item #255043

Mr West's interleaved notes on some pages refer heavily to what Mr L.C. Harper in 1919 told him about the sale including "this sale was a perfectly good fake, that many of the books catalogued did not come from Dulle's (sic) collection...I attended one of the sessions with Henry Thouron..."

Price: $500.00 Free Domestic Delivery