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    Hardcover. Zustand: Good. Signed. Hardcover w/o jacket. #129of a limited signed edition of 350 copies. Some light edge wear and rubbing on boards. Unmarked text. Slightly yellowed pages. Tulsa's largest used bookstore. Located on South Mingo Road since 1991. No-hassle return policy if not completely satisfied.

  • Hardcover. Zustand: Fine. 2nd Edition. #62 Of A Limited Edition Of 350 Copies Signed By Nolie Mumey, Blue Cloth, Gilt, 19 1/8" X 13 5/8", Facsimile Of The 1866 Original, With Colored Pencil Sketches Throughout. With, Alfred Edward Mathews (1831-1874), 1961, By Nolie Mumey78 Pp, Blue Cloth Over Red And White Paper Covered Boards, 1961, One Of 350 Copies, With Map In Pocket At Rear, In Original Plain Brown Envelope. With, Interesting Narrative, Being A Journal Of The Flight Of Alfred E. Mathews, Blue Wrappers Printed In Black, A Facsimile Of The 1861 Original. All Enclosed In The Publisher's Brown Box With Printed Paper Label. Three Items Fine, No Wear Or Marks, Box With Slight Wear At Corners.

  • Nolie Mumey after Alfred Mathews

    Verlag: Nolie Mumey, Denver., 1961

    Anbieter: The Old Print Shop, Inc., New York, NY, USA

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Edited by Nolie Mumey. 48 pages 23 pages of color reproductions of the original Alfred Mathews lithographs. Printed on rectos only. Facsimile of the 1861 edition. Limited to 350 copies of which this is #71. oblong. folio. (13 1/2 x 19 1/4"), hardcover, burgundy cloth, gilt-stamped on front cover. Good condition, signed by Mumey on the colophon. Staples used to bind the pages together have left rust residue on the hinges of end papers, binding is slightly shaken. #13832-1. Signed by Author(s).

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good-. This is a set of three imprints housed in a folding publisher's box. The box has quite a bit of repair with strapping tape and is worn at the edges and seams. The imprints are in very good condition. The three imprints are: "Pencil Sketches of Colorado"; "Biography of A.E. Matthews"; "Civil War Diary". These are all beautifully reproduced in facsimile by Colorado historian Nolie Mumey.

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Good. Limited Edition. PENCIL SKETCHES - Unpaginated. #95 of 350 copies. SIGNED by Mumey. 27 color sketches with end note descriptors. 19 x 13.5. Originally published in 1866, AEM writes that his work is "a collection of lithographed sketches of Colorado, embracing its cities, and most of its Principal Towns, together with some of its beautiful Mountain Scenery which abounds in this incomparable territory." Interior coloring subtle but still bright. Cloth boards clay red with red lettering in gilt box on front cover. Inside front/back gutters showing spine and loosening same as weight of text block has torn away at the paper which shows stains along the gutter. GOOD condition. BIOGRAPHY by N. Mumey (Johnson Publishing Co.) - 1 of 350 copies. 78 pp. with index. Some uncut pages. Tipped-in pencil portrait opposite title page, tipped-in map at back. Muted red design boards with blue cloth quarter spine with blue title lettering. Front cover has soft yellow paste-on label with red lettering. VERY GOOD condition. INTERESTING NARRATIVE (1861, reprint) - 34 pp. Sewn paperbound journal of AEM's flight from Texas to Chicago just before the outbreak of the Civil War. Blue wraps, top corners of last three pages bent. GOOD condition. Brown paper-covered presentation box sturdy but showing much wear, tear at flap ends. Paste-on label on front, contents label on underside. FAIR condition. Signed by Author(s).

  • MATHEWS, A[lfred] E.

    Anbieter: G.S. MacManus Co., ABAA, Bryn Mawr, PA, USA

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    MATHEWS, A[lfred] E. Pencil Sketches of Colorado. [Denver, 1961]. A facsimile reprint, by Nolie Mumey, of the 1866 edition. Oblong folio. Numerous fine color reproductions. A near fine copy in orig. cloth. Howes M-413. Limited to 350 numbered copies, signed by Nolie Mumey.

  • Hardcover. Zustand: Good. 3 items in slipcase, still in original mailer, brand new. rpt. Howes M-413.

  • Mathews, A.E.

    Verlag: Nolie Mumey, Denver 1961, 1961

    Anbieter: Dawson's Book Shop, ABAA, ILAB, Los Angeles, CA, USA

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    Zustand: Very good. 19 x 13 1/4 inches, cloth, Signed, 1961 reprint of this 1866 publication. 23 full page color illustrations printed on rectos only, seperated by blank leaves, with 13 pages of text. edition. Very good.

  • MATHEWS, A. E.

    Verlag: Nolie Mumey, Denver, 1961

    Anbieter: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB, New York, NY, USA

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    hardcover. Zustand: fine. Many color plates. Oblong, elephant folio, blue cloth, publisher's box. (Denver: Nolie Mumey, 1961. Facsimile of the 1866 Edition. A fine set in a lightly worn box. One of 350 copies signed by Nolie Mumey, the publisher. A set published with the following two books: 1. Mumey, Nolie. Alfred Edward Mathews (1831-1874); Union Soldier, Illustrator of Civil War Battles.Map Maker and Delineator of Western Scenes, Especially those of the Territories of Colorado. Illus. Thin 8vo, 1/2 blue cloth. Boulder: Johnson Publishing, 1961. One of 350 copies. 2. Mathews, Alfred E. Interesting Narrative; Being a Journal of the Flight of Alfred E. Mathews.from the State of Texas.and His Arrival at Chicago.across the States of Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri. 35pp. 8vo, pr. wrs. (Denver: Nolie Mumey, 1961). Facsimile of the 1861 edition.

  • Bild des Verkäufers für PENCIL SKETCHES OF COLORADO, ITS CITIES, PRINCIPAL TOWNS AND MOUNTAIN SCENERY zum Verkauf von William Reese Company - Americana

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    Titlepage, preface leaf, and [12]pp. letterpress descriptions, plus thirty-six scenes on twenty-three tinted and lightly colored lithographed plates. Oblong folio. Publisher's russet cloth, front board stamped in gilt. Bookplate on front pastedown, new endpapers. A bit of light spotting or soiling, mostly confined to the margins, with the images very clean. A very good copy. In a red half morocco and cloth clamshell box, spine gilt. An exceptional book, and one of the half- dozen major illustrated works on the American West produced in the 19th century, ranking with Bodmer, Catlin, Moran, and Warre as an illustrated depiction of the opening of the West. It is the only one of these to show scenes of mining, so vital to the development of the West, and of the evolution of towns and cities, notably Denver. Alfred Mathews was a pioneering creator of city and country views in the American West. This is his first and most lavish view book, using multiple tint stones on each plate. His other notable books, PENCIL SKETCHES OF MONTANA (1868), GEMS OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCENERY (1869), and CANON CITY, COLORADO (1870), employ only one tint stone on the plates. "These views are celebrated for their documentary accuracy - apparently contemporary viewers could identify in the street views the rigs of various townspeople" - Streeter. Mathews writes in the preface: "'The author herewith offers to the public a collection of lithographed sketches of Colorado, embracing its Cities, and most of its Principal Towns together with some of the beautiful Mountain Scenery which abounds in this incomparable territory.[My aim is] to represent that portion of the country to which interest is attached on account of the rich gold and silver mines; and, if possible, to give non-residents an idea of the beauty and grandeur of the natural scenery in the mountains, which will compare favorably, in this respect, with any in the world." A wonderful set of Colorado views, justly famous for their precision and beauty, and very rare; only a few copies have been on the market in the last several decades. The plates are as follows: 1) "Snowy Range of the Rocky Mountains; from Bald Mountain, near Nevada." 2) "Denver, City of the Plains." 3) "F Street, Denver." 4) "Blake Street, Denver, Colorado." 5) "Laramie Street, Denver." 6) "Golden City." 7) "Black Hawk, looking up Gregory and Chase's Gulches." 8) "Central City; looking up Spring Gulch." 9) "Central City; from the side of Mammoth Hill looking up Gregory and Eureka Gulches." 10) "Nevada, Colorado." 11) [Mountain ranges, two images on one sheet:] a. "Russell Gulch, Gilpin County"; b. "The Chief, Squaw and Papoose, as seen from Idaho." 12) [Clear Creek County views, two images on one sheet:] a. "Idaho"; b. "Fall River." 13) [Fall River views, two images on one sheet:] a. "The Old Mountaineer"; b. "Profile Rock." 14) [Clear Creek County views, two images on one sheet:] a. "Empire City, from near the foot of Silver Mountain, looking towards Elizabethtown"; b. "Elizabethtown, from the Griffith Tunnel." 15) "South Park." 16) "Mount Lincoln. The town of Montgomery is seen at its base." 17) "Twin Lakes." 18) "Pike's Peak and Colorado City." 19) "Garden of the Gods." 20) "Monuments, near Monument Creek." 21) [Mining and Stamp Process, four images on one sheet:] a. "Gulch Mining. - Colorado Gulch"; b. "Spanish Arastra - on Clear Creek"; c. "The Stamp Process. - Mr. Sensenderfer's Mill"; d. "Shaft or Lode Mining. - Interior of No. 1, on the Gregory, the Black Hawk Co.'s Mine." 22) [The Keith Process. Hope Gold Company's Works, four images on one sheet:] a. "The Ore Breaking Room. - Blake's Ore Breaker"; b. "The Furnace"; c. "The Ore Pit, or Drying Room"; d. "Amalgamating Room." 23) [The Smelting Process. James E. Lyon & Co.'s Smelting Works; four images on one sheet:] a. "Ore Dressing Room - The Buddle and Jiggs"; b. "Reverberatory Furnace"; c. "Cupel Furnace"; d. "Scotch Hearths." BENNETT, p.72. DEÁK, PICTURING AMERICA 808 (ref). REPS, VIEWS AND VIEWMAKERS 482. HOWES M413, "c." GRAFF 2709. STREETER SALE 2171. REESE, BEST OF THE WEST 169.

  • Bild des Verkäufers für Pencil sketches of Colorado, its cities, principal towns and mountain scenery zum Verkauf von Arader Galleries - AraderNYC

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. 1st Edition. THE REESE COPY. New York: Alfred E. Mathews, 1866. First edition. Oblong folio. 20th-century quarter calf to style over green pebbled cloth boards. Title and author gilt to the front board. With 36 scenes on 23 tinted lithographed plates. Spine faded. Head and tail worn. Margins of 5 plates repaired with tape, beginning with the frontispiece. Heavy foxing and offsetting throughout the plates. Final leaf chipped. Pencil ownership inscription of "May C. Mathew-Bishop"(?) on the title-page. Alfred Edward Mathews (1831-1874) emigrated to the U.S. from England and became an itinerant bookseller and artist. He came to Colorado in 1865, having honed his illustrative skills as a Union soldier during the Civil War. He sought to present the awesome natural beauty of Colorado, as well as mining interests there. His documentary illustrations of the American West are accurate and attractive, among the earliest and most important of his time. Julius Bien, an American lithographer originally from Germany, was a specialist in chromolithography. Based in New York City, he printed a broad array of topics and maps, including a lithographed edition of John J. Audubon's The Birds of America. From the collection of William S. Reese (1955-2018), who was one of the great Americana booksellers. His firm continues to trade in New Haven. After his death, Christie's New York sold his private collection (24-25 May 2022; the present item was lot 260).

  • [MATHEWS, Alfred E.]

    Erscheinungsdatum: 1866

    Anbieter: G.S. MacManus Co., ABAA, Bryn Mawr, PA, USA

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    EUR 80.684,64

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    [MATHEWS, Alfred E.]. Pencil Sketches of Colorado, its Cities, Principal Towns and Mountain Scenery. [New York: J. Bien], 1866. Titlepage, preface leaf, and [12]pp. letterpress descriptions, plus thirty-six scenes on twenty-three tinted and lightly colored lithographed plates. Oblong folio. Publisher's russet cloth, front board stamped in gilt. Bookplate on front pastedown, new endpapers. A bit of light spotting or soiling, mostly confined to the margins, with the images very clean. A very good copy. In a red half morocco and cloth clamshell box, spine gilt. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 35045. An exceptional book, and one of the half-dozen major illustrated works on the American West produced in the 19th century, ranking with Bodmer, Catlin, Moran, and Warre as an illustrated depiction of the opening of the West. It is the only one of these to show scenes of mining, so vital to the development of the West, and of the evolution of towns and cities, notably Denver. Alfred Mathews was a pioneering creator of city and country views in the American West. This is his first and most lavish view book, using multiple tint stones on each plate. His other notable books, PENCIL SKETCHES of MONTANA (1868), GEMS OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCENERY (1869), and CANON CITY, COLORADO (1870), employ only one tint stone on the plates. "These views are celebrated for their documentary accuracy - apparently contemporary viewers could identify in the street views the rigs of various townspeople" - Streeter. Mathews writes in the preface: "'The author herewith offers to the public a collection of lithographed sketches of Colorado, embracing its Cities, and most of its Principal Towns together with some of the beautiful Mountain Scenery which abounds in this incomparable territory.[My aim is] to represent that portion of the country to which interest is attached on account of the rich gold and silver mines; and, if possible, to give non-residents an idea of the beauty and grandeur of the natural scenery in the mountains, which will compare favorably, in this respect, with any in the world." A wonderful set of Colorado views, justly famous for their precision and beauty, and very rare; only a few copies have been on the market in.