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10008. Maj. Gen. J.I.H. Owen, Editor Brassey's Infantry Weapons of the World. "Description of 415 weapons, including rockets and grenades, with illustrations, plans, how they're built, and how they operate." Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual Ltd./Bonanza Books, 1978 ed. "Since 1886 Brassey's has been famous...Now...a series of completely new and authoritative reference books of which this volume is the first." Weaponry, Reference, Rocket, Grenade, Pistol, Revolver, Machine Gun, Submachine Gun, Carbine, Rifle, Missile, Flamethrower, Bayonet, Knife 9 x 12-1/4, 323 pp., 1/4 grey linen with green boards, d.j., index. "Covers the whole range of infantry weapons and combat aids in current use by the regular and reserve forces of all nations...Pistols and Revolvers, Light and Medium Machine Guns, Mortars, Free Flight Missiles, Grenades, Mines, Pyrotechnics, Submachine Guns and Carbines, Rifles, Heavy Machine Guns, Guided Missiles, Grenade Launchers, Flamethrowers, Bayonets and Knives." Light d.j. shelf wear, internally as new. 48.50

10010. G.N. Georgano, Editor. The Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars, 1885-1968 E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., N.Y.: 1968. First Ed., Second Impression. Automobile, Reference. 8-1/2 x 11-1/4, 638 pp. + 61 full-page full-color plates, Addenda, Glossary, three Indices, exhaustively illustrated with photographs of cars of every period and every country, including many obscure, low-production, and unusual marques. White-stamped forest green cloth, black and white text. Without question, the most important, useful and extensive work on automotive history. Ex-lib., no d.j., traces of card pocket at back endpaper, front hinge open, else very satisfactory. 69.50

10012. William McKallip. Antique Car Owner's Guide. Fascinating, rare privately-published compilation, produced on a manual typewriter, of products, services, clubs, and other information of value to the old car enthusiast in 1963. Sections include: Specialized Items, Suppliers of New & Used Parts, Model A and T Specialty Items, Parts and Accessories, Registering Antique Cars, Museums and Clubs, Recent Asking Prices of Some Antique Cars, and Glossary of Antique Car Terms. Author, East Hampton, N.Y.: 1963. Automobile, Antique Car, Car Museum, Ford Model A, Ford Model T, Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Reference. 8-1/4 x 11, 42 pp., black cloth, d.j., cello overwrap, black and white text. "Recent asking prices" include 1930 Duesenberg Sedan, $1,800, 1941 Lincoln Continental Convertible, 1,595, and 1906 Cadillac Touring for 4,125. Clymer literature bound in at rear; fascinating c. 1967 Inskip mimeographed sales bulletin pasted to blank front flyleaf, illustrating 1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II for sale, and listing 1930 Bentley Black Label from Kenya, Aston Martin, and others! Ex-lib., one tear, else v.g. 19.75

10014. T.R. Nicholson. The World's Motor Museums. "...the only comprehensive guide to the motor vehicle museums of the world...over 150 institutions, large and small...devoted to antique cars, fire-fighting equipment, racers, and motorcycles...." J.B. Lippincott Co., 1970. Automobile, Museum, Firefighting, Racing, Motorcycle, Bus. 7-1/2 x 10, 143 pp., orange cloth, color d.j., clear overwrap, 130 black-and-white and 8 pp. of color photographs. Fascinating travelogue of the world's auto museums, many now closed, with a spectacular range of important and unusual vehicles, including c. 1921 Rumpler, 1907 Itala, winner of Peking-Paris race, 1912 200-H.P. Benz, 1931 Bugatti Royale, 1950 Ferrari and Maserati, and many more. Trifle shaken, else very good 47.50

10023. Automobile Club of Italy. World Cars 1976. Profusely illustrated, exhaustively documented compendium of pictures, specifications, prices, and information on virtually every passenger car made anywhere in the world in 1976, over 1,500 in all! Including obscure entries from Rumania, Yugoslavia, South America, Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Iran, China, The Philippines, and many more. Herald Books, Pelham, N.Y.: 1976. Automobile, Sports Car, Racing Car, Electric Car, Dream Car 9 x 11, 439 pp., laminated color printed boards, black and white enamel, some color. With separate section containing brief histories of carmakers and coachbuilders, and indices by name of car, by maximum speed, and by make, model and price. Soft warp of covers from bookshelf storage, minor lower spine wear, ex-lib., else very good, and internally very fine. The only work of its kind, published yearly. 39.99

10032. Sergio D'Angelo, Editor. World Car Catalogue 1968. About 1,000 photographs; the exhaustively documented compendium of pictures, specifications, prices, and information on virtually every passenger car made anywhere in the world in 1968, over 500 in all! Including obscure entries from South America, Turkey, Israel, China, U.S.S.R., plus all of the exotics, low-production, and special marques. New section on Prototypes, including Abarth, Alfa, Alpine, Aston Martin, Chaparral, Ferrari, Ford, and Porsche. Herald Books, Bronxville, N.Y.: 1968. Automobile, Sports Car, Racing Car, Electric Car, Dream Car, Prototype Car 9 x 10-3/4, 672 pp., boards, black and white enamel, some color, d.j. With separate section containing brief histories of carmakers and coachbuilders, and indices by name of car, by country, by maximum speed, and by price. Minor d.j. edge wear, portion blank front endleaf removed, evidently ex-lib., else clean, and very good-fine. The only work of its kind, published yearly. 99.50

10033. L'Editrice dell'Automobile, Editor. World Car Catalogue 1970. About 1,000 photographs; the exhaustively documented compendium of pictures, specifications, prices, and information on virtually every passenger car made anywhere in the world in 1970, about 800 in all! Including obscure entries from South America, Turkey, Israel, China, U.S.S.R., plus all of the exotics, low-production, and special marques. New sections on Prototypes, inc. Abarth, Alfa, Alpine, Aston, Chaparral, Ferrari, Ford, and Porsche; Special Bodies. Herald Books, Bronxville, N.Y.: 1970. Handsomely printed in Verona, Italy. Automobile, Sports Car, Racing Car, Electric Car, Dream Car, Prototype Car 9 x 10-3/4, 439 pp., laminated color boards, black and white enamel, much color. With separate section containing brief histories of carmakers and coachbuilders, and indices by make, by maximum speed, and by price. Slight cover curl from bookshelf storage, else internally clean, and very fine. The only work of its kind, published yearly. 49.50

10046. Leonard Setright. Rolls-Royce. Introduction by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu. Ballantine's Illustrated History of the Car, Marque Book No. 7, N.Y.: Sept. 1971. Evidently first American printing. Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Racing Car, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, British Car, English Car, Brooklands, Aviation, Royalty 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 160 pp., color wrappers, black and white text. Profusely illustrated, comprehensive and exquisitely written history of the marque, from the earliest period, through the Wars, and up to 1971. Including Rolls-Royce's racing, aviation, and industrial ventures, in addition to the cars themselves. Some cover scuff, evidently from shelf storage, else excellent, showing little use. 19.00

10049. Kenneth B. Butler. How to Stage an Oldtime Automobile Event. A delightful and thorough book, probably the only one of its kind, from this relatively early period in the antique auto hobby, by this printer, adman, writer for "Advertising Age" and lecturer at Northwestern University. Twenty-one chapters, including "Those Funny Old Cars Bring Crowds," "Judging, Trophies and Awards," "Entertainment and Host Functions," "How to Organize an Antique Car Tour," and more. Self-published, The Wayside Press, Inc., Mendota, Ill.: 1960. First Printing. Automobile, Antique Car, Knox, Stanley Steamer. 5-3/4 x 8-3/4, 197 pp., gold-stamped Spanish leatherette, black and white text, photos. With lists of car clubs, and suppliers of trophies, plaques, and prize ribbons! Ex-lib., four tape stains at blank edges of covers, inside front hinge broken, internally fine and clean, and a scarce curiosity. Presumably printed in small numbers; not in Warth Guide. 37.50

10052. Floyd Clymer. Floyd Clymer's Historical Motor Scrapbook, Number 2. "250 Ancient Cars and Motorcycles Illustrated (and) Described with Interesting Photos, Ads, Specifications. Historical, Amusing!" The usual Clymer compendium of pictures and text from a wide variety of original sources, on cars from Aerocar to Zimmerman, and including 28 pp. on early and odd motorcycles. Clymer Motors, Los Angeles, Calif.: 1944, Aug. 1955 Printing. Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Electric Car, Steam Car, Transportation, Antique Motorcycle 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 224 pp., red and black on goldenrod leatherette cover, black and white text, index. Serially numbered. Very light cover soiling, else a New Old Stock copy in excellent condition. 16.50

10053. Floyd Clymer. Floyd Clymer's Historical Motor Scrapbook. Uncommon First Edition of his first volume. "250 Early Cars and Motorcycles Illustrated...U.S. and Foreign Makes...Pierce "4," 1500 Lb. Monster, Steam Motorcycles, Early Scooters." The usual Clymer compendium of pictures and text from a wide variety of original sources, on cars from Aerocar to Zimmerman, and including 28 pp. on early and odd motorcycles. Clymer Motors, Los Angeles, Calif.: First Edition, Third Printing, June 1944. Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Electric Car, Steam Car, Transportation, Antique Motorcycle, Pierce Motorcycle, Scooter. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 160 pp., black on sulphur leatherette cover, black and white text. Including 34 pp. on motorcycles, with Ace, Emblem, Excelsior, Henderson, Indian, Pierce, Thor, Yale, and others depicted. Moderate cover soiling, some wear, else good. 23.50

10057. Floyd Clymer. Renault Owners Handbook of Maintenance and Repair. "Covers: Dauphine - De Luxe - Caravelle - Gordini - Caravelle Speciale - Plus Tuning Data on 4 CV. Including Floyd Clymer's Independent Road Test. For the Renault Owner and Prospective Buyer." For 1956-up models. Floyd Clymer, Los Angeles, Calif.: 1962. "Giant Second Edition." Automobile, Renault, Gordini, French Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Economy Car. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 400 pp. + advertising addendum, purple and black on white leatherette cover, black and white text. "Seldom does one encounter an automobile which not only retains its design qualities, but continues to be improved...." Probably the most comprehensive book on these cars, profusely illustrated with photos, how-to drawings, exploded parts diagrams, and reprint of owner's manual. Ex-lib., masking tape reinforcement at bound side of title p., minor wear, else about fine. 39.50

10058. Chevrolet. Automotive Sheet Metal Resin Repair System, As Applied to Used Car and Truck Reconditioning. A highly technical instruction booklet not intended for public distribution, containing proprietary repair methods for the new Corvette and other models. "When it became necessary to repair Corvette fiberglass reinforced resin bodies due to damage from accidents, it was noted that the resins used in these repairs were extremely difficult to remove from metal tools...." Chevrolet Motor Div., 1955, Second Edition. Automobile, Chevrolet, Corvette, General Motors, Sheet Metal, Auto Body, Auto Repair, Truck Body, Truck Repair, Antique Car 5 x 8, 34 pp., black on avocado leatherette, black and white text. Photographs of car being repaired, apparently a late '40's Chevrolet 4-door sedan. Also includes, "Repairing Turret Tops, one of the more difficult and time consuming body repairs...," gas and radiator tanks, mufflers, and fabricating custom parts. With notes in ink by William Todd, Mack Truck and GM engineer, who would become GM Senior Foreman in the '60's. Some cover soiling, else very good and rare Corvette item. 55.00

10062. Jud Purvis. Fix Your Volkswagen. Comprehensive aftermarket manual for the early VWs, by the Editorial Director of "Motor Service Magazine." Including shortcuts and shop kinks. "Mechanics unfamiliar with the Volkswagen will be amazed at the simplicity and ease of repair work." The Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc., Chicago: 1960. Automobile, Volkswagen, Beetle, Karmann Ghia, German Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Auto Repair. 6 x 8-1/2, 208 pp., beige cloth, black and white text, index. Profusely illustrated with photos, line drawings, and exploded parts views. Comprehensive treatment of tuning, carburetor, fuel, electrical, and cooling systems, valve conditioning, brakes, suspension, engine lubrication and repair, clutch, transmission, rear axle, troubleshooting, and specifications. Brown kraft d.j. taped at inside endpapers, old tape stain at bound edge of title p., else about fine. 21.50

10075. General Motors. GM Diesel Engine Maintenance Manual. Series 72, 2 Cycle Diesel Engine. GMC Truck and Coach Div., Pontiac, Mich.: Nov. 1950. Bus, Coach, Truck, General Motors, GMC, Diesel, Engine, Agricultural Engine, Industrial Engine, Marine Engine. 8 x 10-3/4, 178 pp., brick-red and black cover, black and white text, red cloth spine, index. Profusely illustrated with photos and drawings. Including Special Tools and Equipment, Bolt and Nut Torque Specs., tables. Back cover soft fold at edge from shelf storage, else a new, unused copy in very fine condition. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer and GM Senior Foreman. GM bus manuals are uncommon. 120.00

10078. (Autograph). Senator Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota. Typewritten Letter Signed on official Senate letterhead, as Chairman of "Special Committee Investigating the Munitions Industry." Washington, D.C., Mar. 4, 1936. Autograph, Senator, North Dakota, Hortonville, Wisconsin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Munitions. 8-1/2 x 11. To a Philadelphia gentleman: "...it gives me pleasure to append hereto my signature for your autograph collection...." With postmarked envelope bearing his printed free-frank. Originally a newspaperman in Wisconsin and Iowa, Nye remained active in public life until his death in 1971. He originally filled his Senate seat by appointment; he was subsequently elected in 1926. Minor toning on letter from seams of envelope, else very fine. 24.50

10085. U.S. Department of the Interior Sequoia National Park, California guidebook. Government Printing Office, Washington: 1935 Sequoia, National Park, California, Muir, West, wildlife, trees, flowers 6 x 9, vi + 42 pp., large folding map tipped to rear, photos, black on cream text and cover. With sections on history, Giant Forest, the Sequoias, General Sherman and other famous trees, animals, flowers, High Sierra pack trips, and interesting descriptions of other Sequoia features and attractions. Contemporary tourist's pencil notes on back cover. Light cover soiling, else fine; map perfect. 9.75

10098. C.F. Chapman, Editor of "Motor Boating" Practical Motor Boat Handling, Seamanship & Piloting. "A handbook containing information which every motor boatman should know. Especially prepared for the man who takes pride in handling his own boat and getting the greatest enjoyment out of cruising. Adapted for the yachtsman interested in fitting himself to be of service to his Government in time of war." Motor Boating/International Magazine Co., N.Y.: 1917 Boating, Motor Boat, Power Boat, Nautical, Maritime, Naval, Yachting 5 x 7, 176 pp., indexed, black-stamped green buckram; 81 illustrations, plus pictorial addendum of Naval Insignia. Comprehensive and early work on this subject, at this time largely indulged in by the wealthy. Including chapters on lights, instruments, navigating in fog, flags and colors, yachting etiquette, boat handling under various sea conditions, boat equipment, provisions and supplies, suggestions for meals (bean puree!), Navy signaling, and more. Some cover wear, else very good. 65.00

10101. David Catarivas. Translated by F. Carter Israel. Highly interesting, well-written, comprehensive look in words and pictures at Israel, including ancient, mediaeval and modern history, current successes and setbacks, historical background of events leading to settlement and declaration of independence, religious backdrop of life in Israel, the people, and more. Vista Books, N.Y.: 1964 ed. Judaica, Israel, Middle East, Palestine, Zionism 4-3/4 x 7, 192 pp., many black-and-white and gold-tone historical and twentieth-century photographs, softbound. Minor cover creases, old prices in prominent marker and label on cover, else internally clean and fine. 11.75

10104. Nelson L. North and Alfred A. Ring. Real Estate - Principles and Practices. Prentice-Hall, Inc.: 1960 ed. of the 1922 classic. Real Estate, Property, Land, Building, House, Investing, Law 6-1/4 x 9-1/4, 504 pp., indexed, 20 appendices, brown- and silver-stamped mocha cloth. Clearly but thoroughly written, covering every real estate topic of importance in some 28 chapters. Whether buying, selling, managing, leasing, valuing, or building on real estate, this perennial work offers clarity and sound guidance. Occasional ink underlining and neat marginal notations by an avid reader, together with a sheaf of his manuscript notes inserted at rear. Minor spine wear, else fine. 18.50

10109. Dale Carnegie. Public Speaking and Influencing Men in Business. Association Press, N.Y.: June, 1956 printing. Business, Public Speaking, Motivation, Promotion, Psychology, Y.M.C.A., YMCA 5-1/2 x 8-1/4, 408 pp., maroon-stamped peach cloth. Immensely readable classic, Carnegie's first, and one of the best-selling popular books of this century. "Dale Carnegie has probably helped more people to find themselves and to go on in more successful and satisfying living than any other teacher or human leader...." Very light cover wear, possibly lacking d.j., else fine. 9.25

10115. Pierce-Arrow Motor Truck 1. Undated salesman's photo, 5-Ton, C-cab, dump body, with livery of local "U.S. Bond Carrier." Rubber stamp of Philadelphia photographer on verso. "Foss-Hughes Co., Pierce Arrow Motor Cars, Truck Dept." on front. Taken especially by this local distributor. 2. Another, different, split windshield, interesting illuminated placard above windshield with advertisement; extended wheelbase, body covered with tarpaulin. Both with some creases, minor foxing, but images sharp and fine. Continued below.... Believed second half of 1920's. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Pierce-Arrow, Buffalo, New York, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 3. Foss-Hughes sales sheets, "Exclusive Dealers in Pierce-Arrow MotorTrucks...," 5 x 8-1/4 obl., unill. but with stylized typography for Pierce line. "Costs to be Considered in the Operation of one 5-Ton Pierce-Arrow Truck...." Apparently intended to serve as figuring paper for salesman's computations. Three such sheets, two with curious pencil notations by Pierce salesman, one dated Apr. 28, (19)22; all accompanied abovephotos. In all, five items. 110.00

10116. Pierce-Arrow Motor Truck "1921" folder, Tite flex Metal Hose Corp., "for Pierce-Arrow Trucks,"Newark, blue and black, 9-3/4 x 9-1/4. Listings of all gas, oil and water lines for Pierce Arrow Trucks as of publication date 1921: Mods. R-8, R-9, X-4, and X-3, with technical line drawings, and handsome head-on photo of truck on front panel. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Pierce-Arrow, Buffalo, New York, Newark, New Jersey One original fold, else very fine and clean. 44.50

10117. Hoppenstand automobile HOPPENSTAND (Models 790, 690 and 555), "Hoppenstand: The Only Car with All Aluminum Body and Other Noteworthy Construction Features": sales sheet, black and white, 8 x 11. 1948/49 Transportation, Automobile, Minicar, Hoppenstand With three-quarter frontal view photo rendering of rear engined Hoppenstand 790 Convertible at top, and specifications for the Hoppenstand 790 Convertible, 690 Coupe and 555 Open Car at bottom. Rare. 59.00

10118. Mercury automobile MERCURY (Cougar 351-4V and C.J. 428, Marauder and Cyclone), 1969, "Street 'n Strip . . . Streep Scene!" color folder, 10x12. White cover, with red, blue and black title, has psychedelic cartoon-style collage of the cars, the people who drive the cars -- and Coca-Cola, the drink for people who drive these high performance cars. Transportation, Automobile, Mercury, Cougar, Auto Racing, Drag Racing, Coca-Cola, Sixties, Psychedelic Artwork Thirteen additional colorful photo renderings and drawings show the cars and the engines. Includes definition of "streep" and its derivations, info on "Mercury's Winning Streep" of race results, recommendations by Dan Gurney, "Dyno" Don Nicholson, and Cale Yarborough on their favorite engines, and specifications. 100.00

10122. 1920's Pierce-Arrow showroom sample book of upholstery and laprobe fabrics. Transportation, Automobile, Pierce-Arrow, Buffalo, New York Excessively rare. Request detailed description. 690.00

10125. 1910 Elmore deluxe catalogue Clyde, Ohio Transportation, Automobile, Elmore, Clyde, Ohio Request detailed description. 190.00

10131. Hal Higdon. Thirty Days in May - The Indy 500. "For thirty days each year one event dominates the automobile racing calendar...Here is the story of those thirty days, from the arrival of drivers who hope to start, through the time trials, the mechanical problems, the excitement, and finally the race itself. This is the story of the 1970 Indy 500, but the scenes are repeated during the first thirty days of every May." G.P. Putnam's Sons, N.Y.: 1971 Automobile, Racing, Indianapolis 500, 1970, Al Unser, Mark Donohue, Dan Gurney, Mario Andretti, A.J. Foyt 5-1/2 x 8-1/4, 190 pp., pictorial cloth, photos, indexed. Highly readable, offering day-by-day chapters, building up to race day. Ex-lib., bookplate, spine label; card pocket removed at blank rear endleaf, corner wear, else generally satisfactory and internally very good. 24.50

10133. Illustrated World magazine. Fascinating periodical of this era, filled with photos, artwork, and stories including W.W. I, autos, aviation, inventions, science, technology, and the unusual. Including: submarine freighters that transfer their cargo on the ocean bed!; a searchlight two miles up in the air hot enough to set fire to anything it played upon; "Sending a Message to Mars," in which a giant triangle would be carved into the Sahara, mimicking the Martian canals which "prove" that it is inhabited! Illustrated World, Chicago: Sept., 1917-Feb., 1918. Contemporary binding with tables of contents at front of volume, and without covers. Magazine, World War I, Automobile, Aviation, Flight, Future, Futurism, Mars, Military, Outer Space, Science, Submarine, Technology 6-1/2 x 9-1/2, (950) pp., sprinkled edges, gold-stamped pea-green buckram. Extraordinary future prediction, with five illustrations, of "Globe-Circling Liners of the Air" in 1950: carrying up to 1,000 passengers, "it is probable that these air cruisers will be so constructed as never to have to descend to earth except for the purpose of...re-enameling...." Elsewhere, "Does it Pay to Buy a Car Costing Less Than $500?," with delightful cartoons. Spine trifle sunned, slightly shaken, else very good. 75.00

10139. (Ford Model A) Ford Model A Enthusiast's Reference Collection. Varied accumulation of source and reference materials relating principally to the Ford Model A. Collected by late William Todd, Mack Truck and General Motors engineer, antique auto historian, and Model A enthusiast. Principally 1960's and '70's. A diverse group, weighing some 14-1/2 pounds, which if for no reasons other than its variety, obscurity and randomness should offer information not duplicated in most collections. Including: O.P. books, some N.O.S. and now scarce, national and regional Model A Club publications; over three pounds of local Model A Club mimeographed news sheets, old photocopies of technical information, color and black-and-white magazine clippings, circulars from Model A parts suppliers, sales literature for Talisman Model A replicar (1979, Miami: 4 sheets plus letter signed by builder and envelope), ms. notes by Todd, printed drawings on vellum, and original snapshots. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Model A, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Henry Ford, Automobile Restoration With other interesting miscellany. A wealth of trivia, pictures, data, and other Model A oddities and curiosa. Minor duplication (among loose matter only); varied condition, but generally good and better. Request detailed description (for e-mail attachment, please specify best program). (Original sales literature, signed artwork for Model A Moto-Meter, original Ford trademark grants, and other items also available.) 270.00

10147. U.S. War Department. Technical Manual TM 9-331, 155-mm Howitzer M1 and 155-mm Howitzer Carriages M1 and M1A1. Restricted. G.P.O., Washington, D.C.: 22 Nov. 1943, reprinted 1947. Transportation, Military, Howitzer Gun Carriage, Army, World War II, WWII, Ammunition, Cannon, Gun, Weapon. 5-3/4 x 9, 258 pp., kraft wrappers. Profusely illustrated with some 160 photographs of this ubiquitous wheeled gun familiar to history buffs and soldiers alike. Including sections on ammunition, subcaliber equipment, tools, parts, and accessories, storage and shipment, operation under unusual conditions, and more. Cover and spine soiling and wear, internally good. Scarce. 79.00

10156. Hugh B. Killough International Trade. "Gives a lucid discussion of the principles of international trade and examines various types of national policy in international economic relations in their historical settings. Economic principles which the application of these policies has evolved are explained and their operation illustrated with a wealth of factual information concerning the world's population, its natural resources, and its industries and commerce." McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., N.Y.: 1938. First Ed. 6-1/4 x 9-1/4, 622 pp., gold- and black-stamped burgundy linen, d.j., map endpapers, index; 35 tables; footnotes, extensive bibliography. Money, Finance, Trade, International Trade, Free Trade, Protectionism, Japan, World War II, WWII, Gold, Silver, Oil, Rubber Notwithstanding the impenetrable subtitle, a highly interesting analysis of the stresses and strains in the world on the eve of World War II, as reflected in the balance of power in natural resources, manufactured goods, and money. Timely passages on free trade, protectionism, Japanese imperialism, precious metals, energy resources, and more, clearly written with highly interesting historical context. D.j. dust soiling and some tears but no loss of paper, minor fore-edge dust soiling, else fine. 6.95

10159. Pope Manufacturing Co. Columbia Motor Bicycles trade catalogue. Model "B." Excessively early American motorcycle literature for any marque; unlike this example, some other catalogues of this period are for bicycles, with one or two illustrations of a motorized version appended as an afterthought. Two full-page photos of complete motor bicycle, with smaller halftones of handlebars, forward frame and brake lever control, motor, rear hub, muffler, spring sprocket, carburetor, and rider ascending a 22% grade. Pope Manufacturing Co., Eastern Dept., Hartford, Conn.: 1903. 5-1/4 x 7-3/4 oblong, 16 pp., blue-black on grey flannel cover with Art Nouveau silver-stamped swirl frame, brown on cream text with stylish pale green border all pages. Transportation, Motorcycle, Motor Bicycle, Pope Manufacturing Co., Hartford, Connecticut, Trade Catalogue "In the 'Great Three Days' Endurance Run, N.Y. to Worcester...the three Model B starters each...came in with the perfect score of 1000 points." Considerable waterstaining at lower inside portion with noticeable but acceptable loss of some live matter within few photos, two cover scrapes, one revealing bit of title page, first and last leaves separated at spine, else satisfactory, very rare, and probably the flagship line of the Pope empire, in its day one of the country's most important manufacturers. 590.00

10170. Stephen Green Taking Sides. America's Secret Relations with a Militant Israel. Endorsed by Sen. Fulbright as "unusually courageous. William Morrow, N.Y.: 1984. World Affairs, Current Affairs, Middle East, Israel, Espionage 370 pp., index. Mint. 10.00

10173. Cecil Woodham-Smith Queen Victoria. Biography, from her birth to the death of Prince Albert. Detailing the romances of her life, and more. Knopf, N.Y.: 1972. Biography, Royalty, Queen Victoria, English Monarch, Women, Victorian, Prince Albert 495 pp., cloth, photographs, index. Very good. 12.00

10174. R.J. Johnston Urban Residential Patterns. Lifestyles, locations, minorities, integration, and more, discussed in context of city life. Praeger, N.Y.: 1971. Urban Affairs, City Planning, Cities, Residential Patterns, Sociology, Integration, Minorities, African American 383 pp., charts and maps. Very good. 7.50

10177. Phil Donahue The Human Animal. Man's behavior explored by the television host, with help of over fifty of the world's most distinguished experts in behavioral sciences. Simon & Schuster, N.Y.: 1985. Sociology, Behavior, Behavioral Science, Abnormal Behavior, Psychology, Entertainment, Phil Donahue. 412 pp., over 400 illustrations, index. Informative reading! Good. 15.00

10178. Royal S. Copeland. Signature on oversize steel-engraved card, "United States Senate / Washington, D.C.," dated 1936 in his hand. With original envelope bearing his printed franking signature, postmarked Washington, Mar. 2, 1936. Autograph, Royal S. Copeland, Senate, Senator, Mayor, Ann Arbor, Michigan, New York City, Public Health, Medicine, Doctor A medical doctor, Copeland served as Mayor of Ann Arbor before moving to New York, becoming Commissioner of Public Health, and long-time Senator. He was nationally known for his writings and radio broadcasts on health problems. Seam stains on envelope, light corresponding transfer on blank corners of card, else excellent. Two pieces. 13.50

10179. Bennett Champ Clark. Typewritten Letter Signed thus on his Senate letterhead, "Committee on Finance," Washington, Feb. 29, 1936, sending his autograph to a Philadelphia collector. With original envelope, bearing his printed franking signature. Autograph, Joel Bennett Champ Clark, Bowling Green, Missouri, Senate, Senator, World War I, WWI, Parliamentary Law, Political History In a curious sidebar of political history, Clark, having been appointed to the Senate to fill a vacancy, was sworn in one day early, and could not commence his duties until the next day. Parliamentarian of the Democratic National Convention in 1916, he later compiled several manuals on parliamentary law. Listed with him on this letterhead are Sens. Barkley, Gore, La Follette, et al. Three original folds, none through bold signature, else fine. Two pieces. (Sanders Price Guide at 120.00.) 80.00

10181. David I. Walsh. Typewritten Letter Signed twice, as Senator from Massachusetts, on his "Committee on Education and Labor" letterhead, Washington, Feb. 28, 1936. With original envelope bearing his printed franking signature. Autograph, David I. Walsh, Leominster, Massachusetts, Governor, Senator, Senate, Democratic National Convention, Political Campaigns, Political History To a Philadelphia autograph collector, Walsh has signed once beneath the closing, and again across the bottom of the sheet, this example 4" long. Governor of Mass. (1914-15), he served as Delegate at Large to every Democratic National Convention from 1912 to 1944, serving as Senator from 1919-25 and again from 1928-47. Light symmetric seam stains from envelope, else fine. Two pieces. 21.50

10182. Josiah Bailey. Typewritten Letter Signed as Senator from North Carolina, on official "Committee on Claims" letterhead, Washington, Mar. 12, 1936. Flamboyantly signed, to a Philadelphia autograph collector. With original envelope with printed franking signature. Autograph, Josiah William Bailey, Warrenton, Raleigh, North Carolina, University of North Carolina, Senate, Senator Presidential elector on the 1908 Bryan-Kern ticket, Bailey was serving as Trustee of University of North Carolina in 1930 when he was elected to his first of several terms as Senator. Very faint discoloration from envelope seams, else excellent. Two pieces. 14.75

10187. Clarence D. Martin. Choice signature on exquisitely engraved large presentation card, "Office of Governor, Olympia," with multi-level embossed likeness of George Washington in state seal. With original envelope bearing blind-embossed official cornercard, postmarked Olympia, Mar. 9, 1936. Autograph, Clarence D. Martin, Olympia, Washington, Governor Some edge soiling of envelope; card superb: a finer example could not be imagined. 9.75

10189. Lewis O. Barrows. Signature on small card bearing Maine state seal steel-engraved in gold. With original envelope bearing printed cornercard, "State of Maine / Office of the Governor," postmarked Augusta, Oct. 25, 1938, with pictorial cachet showing a car crash, promoting regular radio program, "It Happened So Quick - Every Sunday 10:30 A.M...Highway Safety Division, Maine State Police." Autograph, Lewis O. Barrows, Governor, Augusta, Maine Light envelope soiling, card clean and excellent. Two pieces. 9.75

10191. Walter A. Huxman. Choice signature in water-blue ink on printed presentation card, as Governor of Kansas. With original envelope bearing printed cornercard, "Office of the Governor...," postmarked Topeka, Oct. 27, 1938. Autograph, Walter A. Huxman, Governor, Topeka, Kansas Light envelope edge wear, card lovely. Two pieces. 9.75

10192. H(enry) Styles Bridges. Signature on superlative presentation stiff vellum card, 4 x 6", pastel blue and black, bearing his portrait, Seal of New Hampshire, and pen-and-ink rendering of the State Capitol Building. Printed, "With best wishes from the State of New Hampshire," signed in blue. With original envelope postmarked Concord, Mar. 9, 1936, to a Philadelphia autograph collector. Autograph, Henry Styles Bridges, Governor, Senate, Senator, Concord, New Hampshire, West Pembroke, Maine Within less than a year from this signing, Bridges would be elected to the Senate, serving from 1937 until his death in 1961. From 1953 to 1955, he served as President pro tempore of the Senate. Several descenders slightly smudged by the Governor's own hand, some envelope soiling, card clean and choice. Lovely for display. Two pieces. 11.75

10204. (Dixie) Bibb Graves Signature as Governor of Alabama at top of his official letterhead, handsomely steel-engraved in blue, with Great Seal in metallic gold. With original envelope bearing "Executive Department" cornercard, postmarked Montgomery, Apr. 14, 1937. Dixie Bibb Graves, Montgomery, Alabama, Governor, Senate, Senator, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Famous Women Born on a plantation near Montgomery, Graves was President of the Alabama Division of United Daughters of the Confederacy (1915-17), and was appointed late in 1937 to the Senate to fill Hugo Black's vacancy. Some envelope soiling, letter very fine and clean. Two pieces. 12.25

10207. Frank F. Merriam. Typewritten Letter Signed on his letterhead as Governor of California, Sacramento, Mar. 11, 1936, steel-engraved in blue, with Seal in oversize watermark. Together with signed stiff presentation card, engraved with Seal of California in rich gold; and with original envelope to a Philadelphia collector. Autograph, Frank F. Merriam, Governor, Sacramento, California Some seam browning of envelope, trivial clip mark at blank edge of card, else card choice and letter very fine. Three pieces. 21.50

10208. Frank F. Merriam Typewritten Letter Signed on his letterhead as Governor of California, Sacramento, Oct. 28, 1938, steel-engraved in blue, with Seal in oversize watermark. Together with signed stiff presentation card, engraved with Seal of California in rich gold; and with original envelope to a Philadelphia collector. Autograph, Frank F. Merriam, Governor, Sacramento, California Postal soiling of envelope, trivial clip mark at blank edge of card, trivial smudging of few strokes of "Frank" by his own hand, else card choice and letter very fine. Three pieces. 21.00

10209. Richard C. McMullen. Bold signature as Governor of Delaware on large cream presentation card, steel-engraved in Wedgewood blue with State Seal. Together with letter of transmittal on his stationery, signed by secretary, with same Seal in metallic gold, and original envelope, postmarked Dover, Oct. 26, 1938. Autograph, Richard C. McMullen, Governor, Dover, Delaware Minor envelope edge wear, minor tip creases and edge blemish in blank areas of card from postal handling, else fine. Three pieces. 9.50

10210. M. Clifford Townsend Typewritten Letter Signed as Governor of Indiana, on steel-engraved letterhead. Together with large plain card also signed boldly by Townsend, with "Gov. of Ind." also in his hand, and with original envelope, postmarked Indianapolis, Nov. 25, 1938. Autograph, M. Clifford Townsend, Governor, Indianapolis, Indiana Old clip stain on blank margin of card, faint envelope seam offset on letter, envelope with stains and soiling, but card and letter otherwise about very fine. Three pieces. 17.50

10212. C. Douglass Buck Bold signature on eggshell-white card as Governor of Delaware. With letter of transmittal on richly steel-engraved letterhead, with State Seal, and original envelope, postmarked Dover, Mar. 4, 1936. Autograph, Clayton Douglass Buck, Governor, Senate, Senator, Dover, Delaware Buck later served as Senator, from 1943-49. Light clip mark on card on last name, else about fine. Three pieces. 10.75

10214. Herbert H. Lehman Bold signature, with holograph inscription, "Governor of New York," on handsome presentation card steel-engraved in blue and metallic gold. With Typewritten Letter Signed from Lehman's Secretary, Mar. 9, 1936, and original envelope to a Philadelphia collector. Autograph, Herbert H. Lehman, Governor, Senate, Senator, New York, New York City, Lehman Brothers, Investment Banking, Finance, Money, Stock Market, World War I, WWI, United Nations, Democratic National Conventions, Political Campaigns Partner in Lehman Brothers, Lehman was Governor of New York from 1933-42, first Director General of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, 1943-46, and Senator. He was delegate to every Democratic National Convention from 1928 to 1956. To this day, Lehman's name provokes respect and admiration from New Yorkers. Light soiling at top of card, else very fine; letter with light envelope seam toning. Three pieces. 14.75

10223. "Daily News." Complete, original issue of New York "Daily News," Sunday, Nov. 20, 1977, with one of the most novel headlines in a U.S. newspaper: the word "Shalom" in HEBREW letters over 4" high. Below: "Israel Gives Sadat a Rousing 'Shalom,' Arab Brings Peace Plan; Has 1st Talk with Begin." Historic Newspaper, Journalism, Firsts, Judaica, Israel, Menachem Begin, Egypt, Sadat, Middle East, Mideast, Peace Process, Hebrew 128 pp., including centerfold picture section. This may have been a unique use of another alphabet on a front page of an English-language daily; in all events, it is a highly unusual conversation piece. Light toning, else New Old Stock, unread. (Small quantity available.) Ea., 19.50

10224. Gold stamped "General Motors Java / September 1928." (Dawn of Asian Automobile Manufacturing). Sumptuous oversize album, bound in top-grain luggage-grade saddle leather, evidently for presentation to a high government or company official. 12 x 14-3/4 oblong, 2" thick, with original photographs in lovely milk-chocolate sepia on double-thick stock. Content including Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and Pontiac. Including Sikh plant police, manufacturing, trimming, testing, body polishing, plant restaurant, model showroom, staff, and more. Photographer "W.R. Wallace...Java." At this time, manufacture of automobiles with local nameplates was virtually unknown in Asia. The humble operation depicted here, with a single seat cushion completed, and the cars themselves handbuilt by barefoot locals, is a far cry indeed from the car business in Asia today. These are believed to be the earliest original photographs in private hands of automobile manufacture in Asia. Transportation, Asia, Orient, East Indies, Indonesia, Java, Automobile, Automobile Manufacturing, General Motors, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Industry One four-foot panoramic photo of factory; 26 additional photos 6-1/2 x 8-3/4, mounted on rigid brown leaves, within multiple blind-embossed frames, with captions imprinted in Old English on citrine onionskin glassine guardleaves. A remarkable contemporary photographic record of this prewar automotive operation in the Orient, at once picturesque and primitive, and of the utmost historical significance. *Request detailed description (please specify best program for e-mail attachment). 1,990.00

10226. Pepsi-Cola Original, never-used colorful "Bottle Master" carrier, patent 1951. Red, white and blue Pepsi bottlecaps appear three times in all, against bright yellow vertically-striped background and blue type, "Pepsi-Cola - The Light Refreshment." Manufactured by Mead-Atlanta Paper Co. Nostalgia, Memorabilia, Fifties, 1950s, Pepsi-Cola, Pepsi Overall 9-3/4 x 10-1/2 irregular; diecut handle, slits, and corners. Flat, as manufactured. Very light storage evidence, else New Old Stock and very fine. Highly attractive for a Fifties-theme display in home bar, den, or kitchen. Seven identical available (request lot price). Ea., 18.50

10228. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for A.C.F. (American Car and Foundry Motors Co.), Oct. 16, 1928, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with A.C.F.'s attorney when their name and symbol were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, ACF, A.C.F., American Car and Foundry, New York City, New York Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, some underlining in Pulfer's hand, tape stains, good. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 145.00

10229. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for A.C.F. (American Car and Foundry Motors Co.), Sept. 5, 1939, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with A.C.F.'s attorney when their name and symbol were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Boat, Barge, Railway Car, Railroad Car, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, ACF, A.C.F., American Car and Foundry, New York City, New York Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, some underlining in Pulfer's hand, else very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 125.00

10230. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for A.C.F. (American Car and Foundry Motors Co.), Sept. 26, 1939, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with A.C.F.'s attorney when their name and symbol were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Boat, Barge, Railway Car, Railroad Car, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, ACF, A.C.F., American Car and Foundry, New York City, New York Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, some underlining in Pulfer's hand, else very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 125.00

10231. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for ACF-Brill Motors (previously American Car and Foundry), Philadelphia, June 28, 1949, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with ACF-Brill's attorney when their name and symbol were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Boat, Barge, Railway Car, Railroad Car, Railroad, Trolley Car, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, ACF-Brill, A.C.F.-Brill, American Car and Foundry, New York City, New York Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, some underlining in Pulfer's hand, some wrinkling, wear at blank lower right corner, else fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 145.00

10233. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Auburn Automobile Co., Auburn, Ind., Dec. 19, 1933, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4, for their five-sided logo. This was filed with Auburn's attorney when their name and symbol were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg, Auburn, Indiana, Classic Car Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underlining and several marks in Pulfer's hand, , else very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 590.00

10234. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Auburn Automobile Co., Auburn, Ind., Dec. 19, 1933, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4, for their "Auburn 8" logo. This was filed with Auburn's attorney when their name and symbol were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg, Auburn, Indiana, Classic Car Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, underlining and several marks in Pulfer's hand, , else very fine. Consecutively numbered with our other Auburn logo certificate. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 590.00

10236. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Biederman Motors Corp., Cincinnati, Nov. 19, 1946, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with Biederman's attorney when their name and symbol were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Biederman, Cincinnati, Ohio Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underlining in Pulfer's hand, else very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 145.00

10237. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Buda Co., Harvey, Ill., Nov. 2, 1943, surprinted Mar. 19, 1954, "affidavit received," 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with Buda's President when their name and symbol were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Engine, Railway Car, Railroad Car, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Buda, Harvey, Illinois Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, else very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 170.00

10238. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for American Austin Car Co., Butler, Pa., Jan. 13, 1931, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with American Austin's President when their name and symbol were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, American Austin Car Company, Bantam, Butler, Pennsylvania Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underlining and mark in Pulfer's hand, else very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 270.00

10239. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Brockway Motor Truck Corp., Cortland, N.Y., June 18, 1929, surprinted June 18, 1949 upon renewal, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with Brockway's Secretary when their name and symbol were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Brockway Motor Truck Corporation, Cortland, New York Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one mark in Pulfer's hand, else very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 325.00

10242. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Chrysler Imperial, Feb. 10, 1931, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with Chrysler's attorney when their name and symbol for Imperial were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Chrysler, Chrysler Imperial, Classic Car Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, three red underlinings in Pulfer's hand, else very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 590.00

10246. Studebaker Original showroom album for Studebaker and Studebaker-Garford "40," Model G-7. Twenty-six photographs in all, comprising 23 of cars or chassis on linen, 1 laid in, and 2 of renderings of cars on linen. Including two photos and one rendering of Speed Car, plus bizarre Torpedo Body (two views) ("This is not a standard car"), Limousine, Landaulet, and others. Painting and specifications leaf from Studebaker catalogue also bound in, by dealer, and factory "record of distribution" of photos at front. No date but 1911; interestingly, a Studebaker binder was used, even though Jan. 1911 saw Garford introduce its own car. By 1912, they were absorbed by Willys-Overland; their final year was 1913. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Brass Car, Coachbuilding, Custom Car, Racing Car, Garford, Elyria, Ohio, Studebaker, South Bend, Indiana 7-3/4 x 11 oblong, brown Studebaker script stamped on caramel cloth, two brass posts; photos identified with red imprinted captions; Oshkosh, Wis. dealer's name written on inside front endpaper. Some cover soiling, one loose photo with edge fraying and internal tear but no loss of image, balance with occasional light foxing on linen side only, else fine to excellent, most tending towards the latter condition. Rare. 725.00

10248. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Chrysler Town and Country, Sept. 11, 1951, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with Chrysler's Secretary when their name for this celebrated model was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Chrysler, Town and Country, Woodie, Woody Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underlining in Pulfer's hand, else very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 370.00

10249. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificates for Citroen, May 6, 1952, consecutively numbered, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. These were filed with Citroen's New York representative when their name was registered in the U.S. after the war. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Citroen, French Car Both of these Citroen logos were in use since "June 10, 1920"; it took some 32 years to register them in the U.S.! Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, two ink markings in Pulfer's hand on one sheet, else both very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* Pair, 240.00

10250. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Continental Flyer, Jan. 9, 1934, 7-1/4 x 11-1/4. This was filed with Continental's President when their name was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Continental Automobile Company, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, several underlinings in Pulfer's hand, else very fine. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 340.00

10251. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Chevrolet Corvette, "first used...Jan 6, 1953," registered Sept. 1, 1953, 7-1/2 x 11. This was filed with GM's Vice-President when the Corvette name was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Chevrolet, Corvette, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, pencil notation in Pulfer's hand, trivial soft wrinkles at blank lower portion, else very fine. The actual - and only surviving - document granting the Corvette name and logo to General Motors, and arguably the most important Corvette-related document in private hands. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 2400.00

10253. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Cushman Truckster, Mar. 3, 1953, 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with Cushman's Vice-President when their name and logotype were registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Cushman Motor Works, Lincoln, Nebraska Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one pencil notation in Pulfer's hand, else excellent. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 180.00

10254. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Diamond T Truck, Jan. 27, 1948, surprinted "affidavit received, May 19, 1954," for their logo in use since 1905! 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with Diamond T's President when their logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Diamond T Motor Car Company, Chicago, Illinois Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, else excellent. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 345.00

10259. George Dammann. Sixty Years of Chevrolet. "You 'bowtie' fans will enjoy this massive volume covering every car and truck built during Chevy's three-quarters of a century. Over 1,000 photos show each model with facts, changes, and specs, plus some of Chevy's one-off cars and Pace cars. Many rare photos. A must for your Chevrolet library." Crestline series: out-of-print older edition, 1972. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Van, Commercial Vehicle, Chevrolet, Chevrolet Truck, Camaro, Corvette, Impala 8-1/2 x 11, approx. 320 pp., blue foil-stamped aqua cloth. Minor shelf wear, else fine. Two copies available. Ea., 34.95

10262 U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Dodge, Jan. 20, 1953, for their logo "first used Nov. 12, 1914"! 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with Chrysler's Assistant Secretary when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Chrysler, Dodge, Highland Park, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, else excellent. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. *Many other marques available; ask!* 195.00

10263. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Duesenberg, June 24, 1930, for their logotype used "since Nov. 1, 1920"! 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with Duesenberg's New York attorneys when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Duesenberg, Indianapolis, Indiana Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, two underlinings and one marginal note in Pulfer's hand, else excellent. Each believed unique. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance, for one of the century's most enduring icons. *Many other marques available; ask!* 2900.00

10264. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Elcar, made by Elkhart Carriage & Motor Car Co., May 23, 1916. 7-1/2 x 11. This was filed with Elkhart's Secretary when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Elcar, Elkhart Carriage & Motor Car Company, Elkhart, Indiana Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one red underlining in Pulfer's hand, logotype in center of sheet once removed, possibly by a printer, then expertly taped back in position; old tape on front and back of logotype, else very good. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 240.00

10270. Dr. Alvin J. Cox, General Editor or Warren D. Smith, Chief, Division of Geology and Mines, Bureau of Science, Manila, variously. The Philippine Journal of Science. Collection comprising: Vol. XI, Section A, Chemical and Geological Sciences and the Industries, 1916, 47 pp., 5 plates, 13 text figures. Bound with: Section A, Nos. 2-6, all 1916, and with Annual Reports of Bureau of Science, Years Ending Aug. 1, 1909, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, and 1915; Mineral Resources of the P.I., 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, and 1915, most with covers. Also: folding map at rear; booklets pasted to endpaper, "Philippine Journal of Science & other Publications," 1915, and "Industrial Resources of the P.I.," c. 1911. All preceding bound together in massive volume weighing about 7 lbs., calf and cloth; spine cover lacking, else v.g., clean and tight. All items Bureau of Printing, Manila: 1910-17, variously. Asia, Philippines, The Philippines, Philippine Islands, Manila, Science, Botany, Chemistry, Fauna, Flora, Forestry, Geology, Minerology, Mining, Fish, Wildlife, Anthropology, Volume I Number 1 TOGETHER WITH: 9 additional large, heavy vols., "Philippine Journal of Science," from *Vol. I, No. 1* (1906); comprising Vols. I, I Supplement, II, III, IV, V, VIII, IX, and X (lacking VI and VII). (Vol. XI described at beginning.) Many photos, cuts, folding maps, and other embellishments. Various style original cloth bindings; ex-U.S. Dept. of Interior Library. In all, 10 volumes. Evidently very rare; this title is lacking in many Asian and Western archives. Exhaustive chronicle of science in The Phili 1490.00

10271. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Essex Super Six, July 19, 1927. 7-1/2 x 11. This was filed with Hudson's President when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Essex, Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, uniform age toning, else excellent. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 340.00

10272. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Evans Auto-Railer, Dec. 29, 1936. 7-1/2 x 11. This was filed with Evans' attorney when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Automobile Transport, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Evans Auto-Railer, Evans Products Company, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, else excellent. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 50.00

10273. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Fageol Twin Coach, Apr. 23, 1929. 7-1/2 x 11. This was filed with Fageol's attorney when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Bus, Truck, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Fageol, New York City, New York, Twin Coach, Kent, Ohio Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, light edge toning, else fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. Fageol had a rich, colorful career, building at one point the most expensive automobile in America ($17,000 in 1917). *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 180.00

10274. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Falcon Knight, June 14, 1927. 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed, interestingly, with Willys-Overland's attorney in Toledo when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Falcon Knight, Falcon Motors Corporation, Willys-Overland, Toledo, Ohio Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, light edge toning, two underlinings by Pulfer, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 220.00

10275. The American Horticultural Society. Illustrated Encyclopedia of Gardening. Delightful, colorfully illustrated ensemble of six different topical volumes: Container Gardening, Fundamentals of Gardening, Houseplants, Landscaping, Roses, and Vegetables. The American Horticultural Society, Mount Vernon, Va.: c. 1980 edition. Reference, Gardening, Container Gardening, Fundamentals of Gardening, Houseplants, Landscaping, Roses, Vegetables, Nature, Photography Approx. 8-3/4 x 11-1/4, typically 144 pp., indices, full-color pictorial laminated boards. Trivial occasional evidence of ordinary original postal handing and incidental shelf storage, else virtually as new. Six for, 35.70

10279. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Federal Truck, "Floating Load," Jan. 3, 1933, 7-1/2 x 11. This was filed with Federal's attorney in Dearborn when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Federal Motor Truck Company, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, light edge toning, else excellent. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 195.00

10280. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Flxible Company's Airporter, Apr. 13, 1948, 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with Flxible's Vice President when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Bus, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Flxible Company, Loudonville, Ohio Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underlining by Pulfer, else excellent. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 165.00

10281. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Ford Sportsman, May 2, 1950, 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with Ford's Secretary when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Ford Motor Company, Ford Sportsman, Dearborn, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underlining by Pulfer, else excellent. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 325.00

10282. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Ford Victoria, Sept. 1, 1953, 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with Ford's Assistant Secretary when the logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Ford Motor Company, Ford Victoria, Dearborn, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underlining by Pulfer, else excellent. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 445.00

10286. (Old New York account book) Highly interesting account book, Lyons, Wayne County, N.Y., 1876-1903, variously, with a plethora of entries relating to rural life, including content on *peppermint farming*, an important product of Central New York State. "...Set mint...dig roots...to distilling 72 lbs. peppermint...distilling mint half the night, 75¢...harvesting mint crop...put mint in furrough...went to trots...." For working the entire month of Aug. 1878 on distilling mint, for example, his wages, itemized daily, totalled $37.92. New York, Wayne County, Lyons, Farm, Agriculture, Farming, Rural, Peppermint, Mint, Horses, Trotters, Trotting, Account Book, Diary, Journal, Ledger, Manuscript, Americana 8-1/2 x 12-1/2, approximately 121 + 3 of 385 pp. bearing entries in a neat hand in rich brown ink, elaborately tooled suede boards with bottle-green and brown polished leather inlays, gold- and burn-stamped designs, hubbed spine. Records his purchase of a gold watch, Geneva, N.Y., for $250; "Sept. 29, 1877, Barn Buildings Burned down." On flyleaves in pencil, numerous medical remedies for horses, e.g., "for a sore from trotting on hard tracks linament." Moderate cover wear, internally fine. 115.00

10289. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Gramm Motors buses and trucks, Sept. 20, 1927, 7-1/2 x 11. This was filed with Gramm's President when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Gramm Motors, Lima, Ohio Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one word in Pulfer's hand, uniform light toning, one tear in blank margin, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 220.00

10290. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Hibbard & Darrin's "Sylentlyte" automobile bodies, Jan. 14, 1930, 7-1/2 x 11. This was filed with Howard Darrin when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Automobile Body, Coachbuilding, Custom Body, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Hibbard & Darrin, Puteaux, France, Howard A. Darrin Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, three underlinings by Pulfer, his handstamp in lower right corner, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 390.00

10291. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Hudson 8, June 17, 1930, surprinted "Republished...Feb. 8, 1949," 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with Hudson's Secretary when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underlining by Pulfer, light edge toning, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 320.00

10292. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Hudson, Aug. 26, 1930, 7-1/4 x 11, showing a highly stylized hexagon in triangle logo not widely used by them. This was filed with Hudson's Secretary when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 345.00

10293. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Hudson, Feb. 21, 1950, 7-1/4 x 11, showing their familiar postwar dome logo enclosing two ships and two towers. This was filed with Hudson's Secretary when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underlining by Pulfer, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 390.00

10294. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Hug Roadbuilder Truck, Aug. 26, 1930, 7-1/4 x 11, showing their logotype. This was filed with Hug's attorney when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," this is an historical document with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Hug Company, Highland, Illinois Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, two underlinings by Pulfer, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 220.00

10295. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificates for International Harvester's familiar superimposed "IH" logo, consecutively numbered, Mar. 25, 1947, 7-1/4 x 11. These were filed with International's Vice-President when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, International Harvester Company, Chicago, Illinois Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, underlinings by Pulfer, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. Both were applied for the same day, in 1944, and granted the same day in 1947. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* Pair, 695.00

10297. David Culshaw and Peter Horrobin. The Complete Catalogue of British Cars 1895-1975. "This long out-of-print classic has now been revised and updated. The most comprehensive account of British cars ever published, this book presents a huge amount of historical and technical information. Nearly 700 manufacturers and 3,700 individual models are profiled, including technical specs for most cars. A wide selection of photographs feature all major marques." In-print. Transportation, Automobile, British Cars, English Cars, Reference, Edwardian Cars, Vintage Cars, Classic Cars, Coachbuilt Cars, Custom Cars, Sports Cars. Cloth, 8-1/2 x 11, 496 pp., over 1,000 black and white photographs, d.j., indices. Copies sold for up to $150 before this new printing. The equivalent of "Standard Catalog of American Cars" for British marques. Absolutely indispensible. Brand new; unread. 31.50

10298. (Palmer, Massachusetts Ledger.) Original manuscript ledger kept by one S.H(?). Lawrence of Palmer, Mass., evidently a meat and provisions dealer, for years 1865 (May forward) and principally 1866, with some entries through 1868. Countless entries, with dates, customers, quantities and prices for meats: beef, lamb, tripe, pork, chicken, veal, hogs, ham, lard, mutton, liver, suet, scraps, beef heart, for "cutting meat," together with onions, pickles, turnips, corn, beans, pumpkins, salt, cabbage, and other items. Mounted on first 45 pp. are contemporary articles from the Palmer "Journal" newspaper, 1876-1886, many on early Palmer history, including "The Centennial in Palmer - A Glorious Day...," facsimile of Declaration of Independence adopted in Palmer on June 17, 1776, together with news, poems, obituaries, and other local interest. Massachusetts, Hampden County, Palmer, Springfield, Meat, Beef, Lamb, Pork, Cattle, Farm, Agriculture, Farming, Rural, Account Book, Diary, Journal, Ledger, Manuscript, Americana, Civil War, Revolutionary War 8 x 13-1/2, 200 numbered pp., all used, plus endleaves, original calf spine with earth-tone marbled boards, leather tips, diecut alphabetical tabs with ornate letters at front, lilac- and blue-lined account pages. Some scuffing of boards, portion of marbled surface of rear board torn, corner and spine wear, first two leaves loose, balance slightly shaken, else complete and very satisfactory. A coherent artifact of a hard-working New Englander in the Civil War era, rich in local history flavor. 110.00

10304. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Jordan Motor Car Co., Jan. 4, 1927, 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with the Edward S. Jordan, their irrepresible President, when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Jordan Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, several underlinings by Pulfer, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. The inverted arrowhead was used by Jordan since "the 15th day of April, 1916," but for some reason, the waited over ten years to register it! Within three years, the marque would be defunct. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 625.00

10305. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Lagonda automobiles, Dec. 8, 1936, 7-1/2 x 11. This was filed with their American attorney in Washington, when this logotype was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Lagonda, Staines, Middlesex, England Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one checkmark at top, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. "The mark has been continuously used...since the 7th day of November, 1902"! *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 590.00

10306. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for La Salle, Feb. 8, 1927, 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with their attorney in Detroit, when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, La Salle, LaSalle, Cadillac, General Motors, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underline and one marginal notation, loss of blank lower left corner, Pulfer handstamp, else very good. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. This is the first La Salle logo, the front crossbar-mounted monogram. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 650.00

10307. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for La Salle, Apr. 5, 1927, 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with their attorney in Detroit, when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, La Salle, LaSalle, Cadillac, General Motors, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one underline by Pulfer, Pulfer handstamp, else about fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. Introduced on the same day in 1926 as our other La Salle logo, this features their "three-dimensional" logotype used on metal plates. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 650.00

10308. Jaguar 1956 Jaguar racing poster, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victory at Le Mans, France. 30 x 40, blue on white, printed in Coventry, England by Jaguar factory's customary shop. "For the Fourth Time in Six Years Jaguar Wins Le Mans...." In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their team. Following this race, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Le Mans, LeMans, France, Grand Prix especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received it was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to hang it up. A superb relic of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing. With letter of authenticity and provenance. 725.00

10309. Jaguar 1957 Jaguar racing poster, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victory at Le Mans, France. 29 x 39-3/4, red and blue on white, printed in Leicester, England by Jaguar factory's shop. "The Fifth Jaguar Victory in Seven Years...." In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their team. Following this race, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Le Mans, LeMans, France, Grand Prix especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received it was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to hang it up. A superb relic of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing. With letter of authenticity and provenance. 925.00

10310. Jaguar 1956 Jaguar racing poster, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victory at Le Mans, France. 29-3/4 x 44 (eighth-folded by printer), red and black on grey, printed by Jaguar factory's shop. "Jaguar Winner of 1956 Le Mans...." Large photograph of Jaguar car. In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their team. Following this race, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Le Mans, LeMans, France, Grand Prix especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received it was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to hang it up. A superb relic of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing. With letter of authenticity and provenance. 1190.00

10311. Jaguar 1950's Jaguar racing poster, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victory at Silverstone. 30 x 39-3/4, orange-red and navy, printed by Jaguar factory's shop in Coventry. "For the Sixth Year Running! Jaguar Wins at Silverstone...." In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their team. Following this race, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Silverstone, Grand Prix especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received it was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to hang it up. A superb relic of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing. With letter of authenticity and provenance. 925.00

10312. Jaguar 1950's Jaguar racing poster, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victory at Sebring, 29-3/4 x 39-3/4, red and navy, printed by Jaguar factory's shop in Coventry. "America's Greatest Sports Car Race / The Florida International 12 hrs. Grand Prix at Sebring Won By Jaguar...." In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their team. Following this race, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Sebring, Florida, Grand Prix especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received it was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to hang it up. A superb relic of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing. With letter of authenticity and provenance. 925.00

10313. Jaguar June 29, 1952 Jaguar racing poster, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victory at Rheims, 20 x 29-3/4, red and navy, printed by Jaguar factory's shop in Coventry. "Grand Prix de Rheims, France...Jaguar 1st driven by Stirling Moss...." In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their team. Following this race, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Rheims, France, Grand Prix especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received it was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to hang it up. A superb relic of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing. With letter of authenticity and provenance. 925.00

10316. Jaguar 28th-30th March, 1952 Jaguar racing poster, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victory in "Lyons-Charbonnieres Rally," 20 x 30-1/4, orange-red and black, printed by Jaguar factory's shop in Coventry. "Jaguar 1st...2nd...3rd...." In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their team. Following this race, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Lyons, Charbonnieres, France, Rally, Grand Prix especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received it was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to hang it up. A superb relic of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing. With letter of authenticity and provenance. 925.00

10317. Jaguar 1950's Jaguar racing poster, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victory in "R.A.C. International Rally," 20 x 29-3/4, black on ivory glazed stock, printed by Jaguar factory's shop in Leicester. "Jaguar Wins Outright...." In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their team. Following this race, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Lyons, Charbonnieres, France, Rally, Grand Prix especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received it was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to hang it up. A superb relic of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing. With letter of authenticity and provenance. 725.00

10318. Jaguar 1950's Jaguar racing poster, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victory in Alpine Trial, 20 x 30, navy, printed by Jaguar factory's shop in Coventry. "Following Le Mans and R(h)eims Successes / Jaguar Triumphs in Alpine Trial...." In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their team. Following this race, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Alpine, Le Mans, Rheims, France, Rally, Grand Prix especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received it was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to hang it up. A superb relic of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing. With letter of authenticity and provenance. 725.00

10319. Jaguar May, 1952 Jaguar racing poster, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victory at Silverstone, 20 x 29-3/4, red and black, printed by Jaguar factory's shop in Leicester. "'Daily Express' International Meeting / Silverstone Production Car Races / Jaguar 1st...." In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their team. Following this race, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Silverstone, Rally, Grand Prix especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received it was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to hang it up. A superb relic of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing. With letter of authenticity and provenance. 925.00

10320. Jaguar Collection of Jaguar racing posters, reliably believed unique, 1949-57, issued in tiny numbers by factory following victories throughout Europe and elsewhere, about 20 x 30 and 30 x 40, Coventry and Leicester imprints. In the difficult years following the war, Jaguar was enjoying tremendous success in racing, shaping the Jaguar mystique which persists to this day, and including some of the most celebrated drivers of the Fifties on their teams. Following these races, a very small number of posters were hurriedly printed for mailing to Jaguar dealers for showroom and window display. Such posters are seldom found, especially in such fine condition. None are known to have been offered at Sotheby's or Christie's in recent memory. Being ephemeral items, they would have been torn down after several weeks and discarded. In this case, the tiny Canadian dealer who received them was in semi-retirement, selling an average of one vehicle per year(!) and had neither the room nor the motivation to display them. Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Poster, Jaguar, Sports Car, Alpine, Cannes, Le Mans, Liege-Rome, Lyons-Charbonnieres, Monte Carlo, Montlhery, Rheims, Sebring, Silverstone, Spa, Tulip Rally, Ulster T.T., Rally, Grand Prix Superb relics of the glorious era of high-speed auto racing, from Monte Carlo, Spa, Tulip Rally, Cannes, Alpine, Liege-Rome, Ulster T.T., Montlhery, Silverstone, Le Mans, Sebring, Rheims, and Lyons-Charbonnieres; variants and different years for some. *These are the only located examples of some of these posters, and are only offered as a collection.* With letter of authenticity and provenance. 32 items in all. P.O.R.

10327. Ward Baking Co. Original oversize fibreboard tub used to carry Ward's Tip-Top bread and cake from delivery truck into the store (or ballpark*). By the early Twenties, Ward's facility in The Bronx was the largest commercial bakery in the world - and one of the first plants of any kind to boast "conditioned air." Promoting their "sanitary baking" procedures, Ward had dozens of brand names for their white and rye breads, rolls, and packaged cakes. Probably 1940's-'50's. Dark green; large red, white and blue Ward shield logos on two sides, integral carrying handles. Americana, Food, Bread, Cake, Bakery, Ward Baking Company, Tip-Top Bread, Silver Queen Cake, Baseball, Baseball Stadium, Ebbets Field, Polo Grounds, Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants, Bronx, New York City, Ballpark, Hot Dog, Frankfurter *The Ward name was known to every baseball fan in Gotham: they were the sole supplier of hot dog buns at the Polo Grounds and Ebbets Field for decades. Until 1965 the Ward name even remained from their own electric bread truck and body business! Logo on one side good, other side fair; some waterstaining and understandably evidence of use, but satisfactory and suitable for display. Request further details. U.P.S. oversize. 46.50

10328. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Lincoln, June 19, 1928, for their famous leaping greyhound, used "since Dec. 1, 1924." 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with their attorney in New York, when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Lincoln, Lincoln Motor Company, Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, three underlines by Pulfer, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 950.00

10329. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Linn Tractors, Aug. 20, 1929. 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with their attorney in Washington, D.C., when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Tractor, Tractor Truck, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Linn Tractors, Linn Manufacturing Company, Morris, New York Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, else excellent. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 270.00

10330. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Locomobile Jr. 8, Mar. 1, 1927. 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with their Vice-President in Bridgeport, when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Locomobile Company of America, Locomobile Junior 8, William Durant, Bridgeport, Connecticut Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, pencil notation in blank margin, else very fine. With letter of provenance. One of the more attractive automotive trademarks, with their checkered flag logo. Once regarded as the finest automobile built anywhere, by anyone, Locomobile, now under the stewardship of Billy Durant, would vanish within several years. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 345.00

10331. Bobby Thomson with Lee Heiman and Bill Gutman. "The Giants Win the Pennant! The Giants Win the Pennant!" The Amazing 1951 National League Season and the Home Run that Won it All. Foreword by Leo Durocher, Afterword by Ralph Branca. "'The Miracle of Coogan's Bluff'...a dramatic story of a man, an event, a pennant race and a golden era of baseball that will forever be remembered for the unmatched glory of its heroes...." Zebra Books, N.Y.: June, 1991. First Printing. Sports, Sports History, Baseball, New York Giants, Brooklyn Dodgers, Bobby Thomson, Ralph Branca, Polo Grounds, Miracle of Coogan's Bluff, Shot Heard Round the World, National League 6-1/4 x 9-1/2, 285 pp., red linen with black paper over boards, pictorial d.j., photographs. "Now, for the first time in four decades, Bobby Thomson tells the complete story of that dramatic event that will be forever framed in the history of the national pastime...It would all come down to the last half of the last inning of the last game...with the words of Giant manager Leo Durocher ringing in his ears: 'Bobby, if you ever hit one, hit one now.'" As new. Two copies available. Ea., 23.50

10345. Alvin L. Hall, Editor. Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and the American Culture, 1990. Meckler: 1991 Sports, Baseball, Baseball History, Cooperstown, Baseball Hall of Fame 6-1/4 x 9-1/4, in original publisher's shrinkwrap, over 1" thick, burgundy cloth, pictorial d.j. The second in the Cooperstown Symposia, and most recent (as of publication date) in an impressive roster of "Baseball and American Society" works, this is a serious monograph on the impact and importance of the national pastime on America. As new. Two copies available. Ea., 20.00

10353. North River Steamboat Co. Partly printed receipt for payment for freight, carried on the "Propeller Raleigh, Pier 24, N.R., foot of Franklin St., N.Y.," green-stamped Dec. 1, 1911. Franklin Street was in the wholesale butter, egg and cheese district; surrounded by a changing Manhattan, it remained a sleepy, charming neighborhood well into the 1970's, though these New Jersey-bound boats vanished around the '50's. (In 1912, this merchant was the Fire Chief of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.!) Transportation, Maritime, Steamboat, Steamship, New York City, Hudson River, North River, Food, Eggs 3-1/4 x 8-1/2 oblong, black and white, accomplished in pencil. For "1 c(a)s(e) Eggs 22 (cents)...." Moderately attractive typography. Some wrinkling, else very good. Several available, various near dates. Ea., 4.75

10354. North River Steamboat Co. Partly printed receipt for payment for freight, carried on the "Propeller Raleigh," (probably Pier 24, foot of Franklin St., N.Y., green-stamped Dec. 7, 1908. Franklin Street was in the wholesale butter, egg and cheese district; surrounded by a changing Manhattan, it remained a sleepy, charming neighborhood well into the 1970's, though these New Jersey-bound boats vanished around the '50's. (In 1912, this merchant was the Fire Chief of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.!) Transportation, Maritime, Steamboat, Steamship, New York City, Hudson River, North River, Food, Butter 3-1/4 x 8-1/2 oblong, black and white, accomplished in pencil. For "1 Tub Butter 10 (cents)...." Moderately attractive typography. Some wrinkling, else very good. Several available, various near dates. Ea., 4.75

10357. United Nations. Original sepia press photo of the opening of the United Nations, Mar. 25, 1946, at Hunter College (The Bronx, N.Y.). "UNO Opening..., Governor Dewey speaks, Dr. Quo Tai-chi beside him...Secretary Byrnes behind him." Believed ex-"N.Y. Herald-Tribune" archives. World History, United Nations, UN, UNO, World War II, WWII, Thomas Dewey, Hunter College, The Bronx, New York 8 x 10 oblong. The representatives of the U.S.A., Austria, and Brazil, with their respective nameplates on the curved table are in the foreground, with a group of dignitaries and interpreters behind them. Carbon copy caption leaf tipped to verso. Minor handling wrinkles, corner creases, else very good, and a somewhat stark image belying the historic moment of the occasion. 34.00

10358. J. Edgar Hoover. Original press photograph, "Former President Herbert Hoover and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover look over plans for the up-coming 54th Annual Convention of the Boys' Club of America during a dinner at the University Club here (N.Y.)...The Director of the FBI is a member of the National Board of Directors of the Boys' Clubs and is a strong supporter of the national youth organization." United Press International. Mimeographed pulp caption leaf tipped to verso, dated Apr. 25, 1960, stamped Apr. 26. Believed ex-"N.Y. Herald-Tribune" archives. Politics, Herbert Hoover, J. Edger Hoover, Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI, Boys' Club of America 7 x 9. Both dressed in tuxedos, Pres. Hoover holds a Boys' Club pamphlet whose cover is headed, "The Herbert Hoover Building." Two lower left corner creases, minor handling evidence, else about fine. 19.00

10363. Greyhound Bus. Collectible Greyhound bus driver's uniform, with accessories. Late 1960's style. Comprising: jacket, with contrasting blue wrist stripes; vest; trousers; Summer and Winter "regulation Greyhound shirt," with Greyhound logo across fabric; necktie with logo; cap badge, red and blue on frosted and bright chrome; cufflinks; cloisonne lapel pin, three colors enamel; driver's engraved breast nameplate, with cloisonne onlay matching lapel pin; pocket protector. Also: one early-style brass Greyhound coat button; and woman's logo necktie (his wife also worked for Greyhound). Both were based in the Baltimore-Washington region. Transportation, Bus, Greyhound, Uniform, Cap Badge, Cloisonne Enamel, Vintage Clothing, Baltimore Dry-cleaned and bagged following his retirement. Some fraying of extremities of sleeves, else all in remarkably fine condition, the jewelry especially attractive, showing little wear. Rare. In all, 14 pieces. 445.00

10364. Motorcycle Racing. Actual paddock pass for contestant Sig. Cav. G. Nino Caimi, in one of the first motorcycle races in Italy, (July 2, 1905), Moto-Velodromo Umberto I. 2-7/8 x 4-3/8, black on pistachio card, holed at top for suspension, ornate vignette if eagle atop globe, "Minimum Km 200...," "Pesage" (Pass) in bold letters, signed in ink by race official. Printed legend instructs contestant to wear pass conspicuously. Rider Caimi placed third in this dirt-track race. Transportation, Motorcycle, Motor Cycle, Racing, Race, Motorcycle Racing, Italy, Dirt Track Light foxing and wear, else very good. Motorcycle racing items prior to World War I are very rare; from this ancient period, they are rare, and seldom found. 290.00

10370. Womens Education. Printed sheet, "Thirty-fourth 'Soiree Musicale,' at The Abbot Collegiate Institute for Young Ladies, Fifth Avenue and 34th Street, June 18, 1862...." 5-1/4 x 8. Presenting some thirteen compositions with names of the students performing them, including works by Rossini, Venzano, Blumental, Arditi, Mercadante, Goria, Bellini, Meyerbeer, and Weber. Civil War, New York City, Women, School, College, Education, Music, Vocalist, Empire State Building A charming Civil War period artifact of a genteel private school located at what remains one of the more desirable addresses in Manhattan, today the site of the Empire State Building. Some wrinkling, very light discoloration, else very good. 14.00

10377. Casablanca related. Splendid colorful bond for Casablanca's Les Grands Hotels Marocains, Oct. 13, 1948. Handsome red, blue, cream and green design, showing the Art Deco moderne edifice, with a "GHM" banner flying atop their main entrance, ringed with palm trees. Seventeen of 18 coupons present, ink signature, Casablanca imprint. Financial History, Bond, North Africa, Morocco, Casablanca, Art Deco, Hotel, Humphrey Bogart, Display 8 x 9-1/2 oblong. Scalloped edge. Minor corner wrinkles, else excellent. Lovely for display, intimating the intrigue and grandeur of Casablanca, the world of Bogey. Nine available; inquire for special lot price. Scan at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Hotels_Marocains_Bond.JPG Ea., 21.50

10380. The Kokumbo (Ivory Coast) Company Ltd. Magnificent certificate for five shares. Black and emerald-green, with richly ornate border and highly stylized, attractive typography, English and French text. London: Apr. 8, 1903. London engraver's imprint. Financial History, Stock, Bond, Africa, Ivory Coast, Kokumbo, Engraving, London 14-1/2 x 20. All twenty coupons present; one ink and two rubber-stamped signatures of Directors, blind-embossed seal, pink French and butterscotch English seals. Old quarter-folds, minor marginal toning, light wrinkles, else about fine and superb for display. 39.50

10387. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Mack Truck, June 28, 1949, "first used Oct. 13, 1911." 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with their Secretary when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Mack Manufacturing Corporation, New York City, Allentown, Pennsylvania Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, very minor edge wrinkles, else very fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 550.00

10389. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificates for the first Mercury, applied for 1938, and registered various dates in 1939. Three distinct certificates, trimmed and mounted by a Patent Office clerk to conserve filing space, on both sides of one leaf 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with their attorney in Washington when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Mercury, Ford, Dearborn, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, one mounting stain, several marginal pencil marks, else about fine. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 470.00

10390. U.S. Patent Office Original printed official trade-mark registration certificate for Oldsmobile Futuramic, applied for 1948, registered Feb. 21, 1950. 7-1/4 x 11. This was filed with their Vice-President when this logo was registered. Not to be confused with pages from "Patent Gazette," these are historical documents with provenance. *No other such originals are located or believed to be extant.* For the marque specialist, these are the most seminal artifacts to be had. Discarded after World War II to save file space, these were rescued by a CIA officer who was also an avid antique auto buff. They served as the reference file for the renowned late Harry Pulfer, the foremost authority on automobile emblems. Indeed, these documents provide the most authoritative information for dating variants of such names and emblems. Transportation, Automobile, Patent, Trade-mark, Trademark, Oldsmobile, Futuramic, General Motors, Detroit, Lansing, Michigan Three-hole punch in blank margin by later collector, else excellent. With letter of provenance. A superlative cornerstone of the utmost historical significance. *Many other marques available; ask! Each believed unique.* 425.00

10392. Cadillac related. Original brick from Fleetwood Body plant, Detroit, demolished c. 1990. Begun in Fleetwood, Pennsylvania, the Fleetwood Body Company rapidly made its way into the highest ranks of America's fine coachbuilders. Acquired by General Motors in the Twenties, their work was reserved for Cadillac chassis exclusively. During Cadillac's reign as "Standard of the World," more than once the Fleetwood-bodied Cadillacs would be considered the finest production cars in the world by connoisseurs. Indeed, the foremost symbol of American power and prestige, Cadillac's flagship Series 75 of the 1940's, was built by senior craftsmen - and women - at Fleetwood. (Fleetwood personnel in a photograph in a 1941 dealer's data book all seem to share one thing in common: white hair!) Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fleetwood, General Motors, Custom Body, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Detroit, Michigan, Industrial Archaeology, Industrial History, Brick, Souvenir A rare artifact of the hallowed halls of Fleetwood. Obtained in person by a GM employee. Demolition is said to have occurred within such a short period of time that it is unlikely that any others were saved, except for casual passers-by with an eccentric eye for history. With our letter of provenance and authenticity. Two only available. Ea., 54.50

10396. Autobus Belges. Lovely, ornate bond issued by Autobus Belges, Anvers (Antwerp), June 9, 1923. Opening to 12-1/2 x 17-1/4, Anvers imprint. Rich brown and black, with orange and black royal tax stamps. At bottom, delightful woodcut of a bus in their medieval town square. All 30 coupons present, the last due in 1953. Financial History, Europe, Belgium, Anvers, Antwerp, Transportation, Bus, Bond, Fine Printing Minor marginal foxing, else very fine. Splendid for display. 18.50

10399. Motion Pictures. Exquisite bond issued by Pathe-Baby, Paris, Sept. 5, 1923, a pioneering French motion picture company, whose name survives to this day. 10-3/4 x 11-1/2, blue and sulfur-yellow; charming vignette of crowing rooster at top, repeated in red printed seal at bottom. Lovely late Art Nouveau floral border. Sixteen of 20 coupons present. A significant breakthrough in motion picture film technology, the Pathe Baby, a home cinema using novel 9.5 mm film, was introduced in December 1922. Offering "a steady image of amazing clarity...subjects included newsreels, documentaries, comedies and feature films...." Notwithstanding the 100 film sizes that have come and gone, Pathe Baby's 9.5 mm format still has a following today. Financial History, Motion Picture, Movie, Film, Silent Movie, Silent Film, Pathe, Paris, Twenties, 1920s, 1920's Ink signature of administrator; black pictorial French tax stamp. Minor wrinkling, else fine and clean. From one of the oldest names in the history of film. Five available. Each, 60.00

10400. Silent Movie related. Strikingly pretty bond issued by Societe Francaise de Cinematographie et de Photographie Films en Couleurs Keller-Dorian. Paris, Sept. 15, 1928. Printed by G. Ballon, Paris. 10-1/2 x 14-3/4, blush pink and green-black, subminiature geometric border, stork logo, and in large pink and white outline letters behind type, "Films en Couleurs Keller-Dorian." Signed in ink by Keller. Complete with all 28 coupons. Financial History, Motion Picture, Movie, Film, Silent Movie, Silent Film, Color, Color Film, Film History, Movie History, Keller-Dorian, Paris, Twenties, 1920s, 1920's Trivial edge wear, else excellent. In proportion, shades of color, typography and pressmanship, one of the most satisfying bonds of the period we've had. Although "color" was first applied, by hand, to photographic film as early as 1894 the first appearance of process color in a motion picture did not occur until 1911; French companies were active in pioneering color. With modern historical timeline of color film, mentioning Keller-Dorian. Scarce. Four available, consecutively numbered. Each, 35.00

10406. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Exquisite miniature program, "Senior Dance of the Class of 1906, Copley Hall, June 4," comprising M.I.T. logo steel-engraved in metallic silver, grey and crimson on cold-pressed imitation parchment, with 4-page "Order of Dances" nested inside. Bound with braided crimson cord, fancy tassel at top, petit copper-capped Eagle pencil suspended. Education, School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, College, University, Dance, Fine Printing, Engraving, Ephemera 2-1/2 x 4-1/4. For most of the sixteen dances, alternating between "Waltz" and "Two Step," names, presumably of students, have been penned in a neat contemporary hand; names of Matrons and Dance Committee printed on last page. Light paste residue on blank back cover where mounted in a scrapbook, else very fine. 19.00

10418. Jackie Gleason. Bold signature in black marker on First Day of Issue cover for George M. Cohan postage stamp, postmarked Providence, R.I., July 3, 1978. With simulated-color photographic onlay as cachet, showing Cohan overlooking Broadway at night, with electric marquees announcing "Little Johnny Jones," "The Man Who Owned Broadway," and "The Tavern." Entertainment, Television, TV, Film, Motion Pictures, Movies, Jackie Gleason, Honeymooners, Autograph, George M. Cohan, Broadway, Providence, Rhode Island, First Day Cover An attractive item, linking two of America's favorite show business personalities. Very fine. 65.00

10419. Jackie Gleason. Bold signature in black marker on First Day of Issue cover for 22¢ U.S. flag postage stamp, postmarked Washington, D.C., Mar. 29, 1985. With color photographic onlay as cachet, of an early American flag with George Washington in place of stars. Entertainment, Television, TV, Film, Motion Pictures, Movies, Jackie Gleason, Honeymooners, Autograph, Flag, American Flag, Washington, First Day Cover An attractive item. Very fine. 60.00

10420. Jackie Gleason Bold signature in black marker on typewritten sheet bearing Pledge of Allegiance. Entertainment, Television, TV, Film, Motion Pictures, Movies, Jackie Gleason, Honeymooners, Autograph, Pledge of Allegiance, Flag, American Flag 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 oblong. Very minor soft wrinkle blank upper right corner, else very fine. 55.00

10424. Duesenberg II sales catalogue, Elite. Probably early 1970's, when the original name was reincarnated for this expensive effort. Notwithstanding the considerable glamour and novelty of this pre-oil embargo land yacht, J. Herbert Newport, Jr., Chief Engineer of Duesenberg during their glorious period of the early Thirties, would have little to do with it, and declined to attend its debut in Beverly Hills. Black and white. Fine. Call for detailed description. Two available. Ea., 23.50

10425. 1936 Hudson automobile color glass lantern slides, highlights delightfully hand-painted. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Terraplane, Lantern Slide, Antique Car Very lovely views of these handsome, streamlined cars. Interesting, rather late use of glass lantern slides, which even in 1936 must have seemed somewhat old-fashioned. Very minor shelf storage evidence, else original colors bright, and fine. Provenance: Michael Duff Hudson agency, Newfoundland. Call for detailed description. Ensemble of six different, 235.00

10426. 1947-49 Humber automobile sales catalogue, for their police cars as used by Scotland Yard. Fascinating if primitive interior photos of police station, including their radio communication station. Transportation, Automobile, Humber, British Car, English Car, Foreign Car, Police Car, Scotland Yard. Some color. Minor wear, very good. Request detailed description. 39.50

10427. 1938 Mercedes-Benz sales folder, Model 170-V, comprising extract from German magazine "Motor und Sport" reporting favorably on their car. Printed by Mercedes-Benz as a credibility-building handout for motor shows and in salesrooms. Transportation, Automobile, Mercedes-Benz, German Car, Foreign Car, Antique Car. Black and white, photographs. Minor wear, about fine. Request detailed description. Prewar Mercedes-Benz literature is uncommon. 65.00

10431. Stevens-Duryea automobile data plate, "...Model C, Engine #3." Cast aluminum. Chicopee Falls, Mass., (early 1913). Transportation, Automobile, Stevens-Duryea, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts, Antique Car, Brass Car. Very scarce artifact of this high-grade maker of luxury cars, the distinct enterprise of J. Frank Duryea. It is said that neither brother set foot in the other's auto factory; Frank was considerably more successful. Debuting in 1913, the Model C cost up to $5,950. Request detailed description. Fine condition. 220.00

10433. Monitor Automobile Works. 1911 Monitor Commercial Cars 'Truck] deluxe sales catalogue No. 5. Model B, including Motor Bus, and "Special Model A Car." Ten full-page and seven smaller crisp halftones. Charming sketches at masthead of every other page showing the Civil War ironclad Monitor firing its gun. Janesville, Wisconsin. Janesville imprint. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Monitor Truck, Ironclad, Janesville, Wisconsin. 6 x 9 oblong, 32 pp., handsomely embossed mocha linen cover with views of the Civil War ironclad Monitor, and their Monitor Truck highlighted in cream and chocolate brown. Olive green and black text, the former color to evoke "Brewster Green Panels" used on many of their vehicles. Paterson, NJ dealer's handstamps. Light edge and spine wear of oversize cover, internally fine condition. Scarce. 115.00

10434. Traffic Truck illustrated sales folder, n.d. but early 1920's. Two-ton. St. Louis, Missouri. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Traffic Truck, St. Louis, Missouri. Minor wear, else fine, and undistributed retained copy bearing dealer's handstamp. Request detailed description. 45.00

10436. Cartercar automobile sales catalogue and folder. Model 5. C. 1913 Transportation, Automobile, Cartercar, Byron C. Carter, Pontiac, Michigan, General Motors, Oakland, William Durant. One of the original thirty(!) firms making up the earliest version of General Motors, Cartercar's plant soon fell victim to consolidation, closing in 1915 for assumption of production of the Oakland. Request detailed description. Two items, 135.00

10441. Original brass buggy plate, "Jackson Carriage Co., Jackson, Mich." Probably c. 1885-1905. Transportation, Carriage, Buggy, Horse-Drawn, Horsedrawn, Jackson Carriage Company, Jackson, Michigan. 3/4 x 2-3/4, rounded corners, formal script etched in white (somewhat worn). Several soft dings, two small original holes at ends for mounting, patina varying from milk chocolate to green-gold, but overall good and rare. (The relationship of this firm to the later Jaxon and Jackson automobiles has not been researched, however Jackson, Michigan was home to a number of marques.) 47.50

10444. Ellen Jackson. "Guides, Catalogs, and Indexes" supplement by W.A. Katz. Subject Guide to Major United States Government Publications. "...intended for reference librarians, for library school students...and for librarians who, under the new provision for regional depository libraries, will be able to borrow...Earlier compilers have written ruefully of encountering difficulties in making a catalog of U.S. government publications...." A rigorous labor of love; even some thirty years later, in this Internet era, its poignant simplicity of value in targeting research tools. American Library Association, Chicago: 1968 Reference, Research, Subject Guide, Bibliography, Government Publications, United States, U.S., History, Politics, Science. "This is a listing of some of the works of permanent value that the compiler found useful in a quarter-century of exploring the terra incognita of government documents...from the earliest period to the present..." 6-1/4 x 9-1/2, 175 pp., red foil-stamped navy linen, black on cream text. Several ex-lib handstamps, spine label and Dewey marking, light tip wear, else fine, clean, and a useful work. 6.25

10445. Jack Martells Antique Automotive Collectibles. Believed the only work to cover such a wide range of collectibles, with many photographs in black and white, and some in color. Including delightful chapters on threaded hubcaps, spark plugs, license plates, emblems, script, advertising, brass, mascots, photographs, tool and accessories, Ford items, and more. Contemporary: 1980. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automotive Collectibles, Collectibles, Hubcap, Spark Plug, License Plate, Radiator Emblem, Script, Advertising, Brass, Mascot, Photograph, Tool, Accessory, Ford. 8-1/2 x 11-1/4, 216 pp., brown cloth, color pictorial d.j. Long out-of-print, and essential reference for the collector, both new and advanced; its many close-ups allow comparison of rare items with new finds, especially important in view of the sizeable number of reproductions of radiator emblems made in the last forty years. 1-1/2 x 2" semicircular section of top right edge of d.j. lacking, else internally fine. 125.00

10446. James Wieland and Dr. Ed Force. Detroit in Miniature. 400 Photos of American Diecast Models Made Worldwide. Miniature Auto Sales, Litchfield, Conn.: c. 1981 printing of 1963 work. American Motors, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Corvette, Chrysler, De Soto, Dodge, Edsel, Ford, Hudson, Imperial, Jeep, Kaiser, Lincoln, Continental, Mercury, Metropolitan, Mustang, Nash, Oldsmobile, Packard, Plymouth, Pontiac, Rambler, Studebaker, Thunderbird, Willys. 6 x 9, 118 pp., green on orange pictorial wrappers, black and white text, 400 photographs with detailed captions; list of models, and descriptive roster of model manufacturers, many defunct. From the crude to the exquisite, a splendid showing of scale models of a wide range of American cars from 1939 to 1981, variously. Several captions neatly highlighted in yellow, not touching photos, neat pencil ruling in indices, minor sunfading of spine, else very good. 26.50

10447. Jacques Greilsamer and Bertrand Azema. Catalogue of Model Cars of the World. "...a unique book and an essential reference for all collectors of miniature car models...Details of 7,000 different examples of model cars manufactured between the early 1920s and 1967, covering 86 different makes of die-cast and injection-moulded models in metal and plastic, made in 18 countries, and 88 different makes of model car construction kits from 8 countries...." Edita Lausanne, Switzerland: 1967. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Racing Car, Military, Tank, Model Car, Scale Model, Corgi, Dinky, Hubley, Matchbox, Meccano, Tootsietoy, Car Kit, Monogram, Pyro, Strombecker, Revell. 8-1/2 x 10-1/2, 297 pp., red cloth, color pictorial d.j., clear overwrap. "More than 500 illustrations, some in colour, many depicting professionally hand-made models which can only be described as works of art...." A wonderful work, including tables of models, with old and new numbers, dates of manufacture, and brief description. Price neatly clipped from inside d.j., top edge tear d.j., else fine. Scarce. 79.50

10452. Brian Davis The Thriller - The Suspense Film from 1946. "By the mid 1940s...directors seeking a new realism, a new way of keeping the audiences on the edge of their seats, began to make suspense thrillers - and inadvertently discovered the formula that was to keep box office takings healthy for over thirty years...Traces the metamorphosis of this genre, from the 'new realism' of The House on 92nd Street and Naked City to the gritty crime thrillers and superspy extravaganzas of the present day...." "Two of the thriller film's key motifs, the robbery and the chase, are examined in detail...." Studio Vista/Dutton Pictureback, London: 1973 Film, Movies, Motion Pictures, Thriller, Suspense, The French Connection, Shaft, Richard Roundtree, James Bond, Sean Connery, Dean Martin, John Frankenheimer, Alfred Hitchcock, Elia Kazan, The Man from UNCLE, The Naked City. 5 x 7-1/4, 160 pp., pictorial laminated covers, perfect bound, enamel text, index, over 100 large stills from movies. Fascinating work, with exposition on films both familiar and obscure. Trivial shelf wear, else virtually as new. 29.00

10454. Henry W. Longfellow. Handsome steel-engraved portrait, "engraved for The Eclectic by J.J. Cade, N.Y. From a Photo by Sarony." N.d. but turn of century. Literature, Poet, Author, Writer, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Portrait, Steel Engraving, Sarony. 5-1/4 x 7--3/4. Facsimile signature engraved below. Trivial age toning, else very fine. 6.75

10459. 1941 Hires Root Beer promotional "Book Mark and Reader's Data Sheet - How to Take Care of Books." Woodcut of mediaeval scholar reading by candlelight, with vignette of a bottle and glass of Hires Root Beer below, with a sandwich. Large bottle with detail of label on back, "Three Things That Are Good...Old friend for company, Old books to read...and Hires to drink. Made with Real Root Juices." Hints for taking care of books on back panel. Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia: 1941 Advertising, Beverage, Soda, Soft Drink, Hires, Root Beer, Charles E. Hires Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Bookmark, Book Mark, Books, Old Books. 2-1/2 x 7-3/4, 4 pp., reflex blue and red on white. Trivial tip fold, else evidently unused and in fine condition. Delightful for display. 22.50

10460. New Old Stock candy wrapper, "Divinity Fudge / 5¢ / Made At Lucy Braley's Candy Kitchen...." A small regional candymaker, they made specialties also including cream rolls. N.p. but Massachusetts, believed Cape Cod region. N.d. but not later than about 1940. (Unillustrated.) Candy, Chocolate, Fudge, Confection, Confectionary, Confectioner, Candy Wrapper, Lucy Braley, Massachusetts. 5-1/2 x 7, green on glassine. Flat, never used. Fine. Per wrapper: 1/2.00, 10/1.50 ea., or lot of about 300 (good item for shop or show) for only... .19

10461. John Rothschild A Fool and his Money - The Odyssey of an Average Investor. "The funniest investment guide you'll ever read."--"Business Week" "Armed with a modest financial stake, a hopeless case of irreverence, and a sincere desire to get rich, sets out to answer these questions...He provides 25 Useful Tips ('Never buy anything from a broker at an airport'), and gives a true inside look - from a knowledgeable but outrageous perspective - at the financial marketplace...." Penguin Books, N.Y.: 1989 Finance, Money, Investing, Investment, Stocks, Stock Market, Option, Call, Put, Commodities, Humor. 5 x 7-3/4, 251 pp., paperback. With humorous Glossary: "Hot Stock: what your brokerage firm calls any stock it wants to sell...." Original retail price label on outside back cover, else excellent. Pub. at 7.95. 8.95

10463. Barry Tarshis What It Costs - Your own island, a Swiss bank account, Masters & Johnson sex therapy, an English butler, a tattoo, cooking lessons at Cordon Bleu, a gigolo, a week at the Golden Door, your own tennis court, a bodyguard, renting an elephant, a McDonald's franchise. "The most practical guide to the impractical ever written!...Full of useful information...all the things you didn't even know you could do if you had the money" -- The New York Times. Penguin Books, N.Y.: 1979 printing. 4 x 7, 255 pp., paperback. Money, Wealth, Luxury, Novelty. "If you want to turn your fantasies into reality, this is the book for you. Whether you hanker after a year's supply of caviar, a face-lift by the world's most celebrated plastic surgeon, an electric car, an expedition to the top of Mount Everest, your message flashed in lights on Times Square, or any of nearly 300 other flights of fancy, 'What It Costs' will tell you not only the price of your caprice but also how to make all the necessary arrangements." Minor wear, very good. 2.95

10468. Hilary Lloyd Jones, editor. Pets and Pet Care. "This beautifully illustrated book is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of sharing your home with a domestic animal. Choosing and caring for a pet, whether it be a dog or a cat, a horse or a gerbil, raises a myriad of complex questions for the owner...This book gives the answers to these and many other questions...and drawbacks of ownership... ...how to choose a healthy animal, whether the pet is suitable for young children, how much exercise it requires, what to feed it, how to breed it...." G.P. Putnam's Sons, N.Y.: 1977. Printed in England. Natural History, Animals, Domestic Animal, Pets, Mammal, Dog, Cat, Horse, Bird, Canary, Pigeon, Parrot, Parakeet, Finch, Fish, Aquarium, Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Gerbil, Mouse, Rat, Tortoise, Terrapin, Goat, Donkey. 8-1/2 x 11-1/4, 253 pp., gold-stamped green linen, color pictorial d.j., full color photographs throughout. Lovely photography and fine pressmanship, yielding brilliant colors and excellent detail; many of the animals exhibit enormous personality and endear themselves to the reader. Some d.j. tears from shelf wear, scuffing at back d.j., old price sticker, else fine and clean. 19.00

10475. Original railroad traincar hanging sign, "Dining Car in Opposite Direction." 5 x 7, white on navy blue, printed one side on rigid cardstock, oval brass grommet for placement on hook at end of passenger car. N.d. but probably 1940's. The Pullman Co., Chicago, "Form 93.8247." Transportation, Railroad, Train, Dining Car, Pullman Company, Chicago, Sign, Signage. Evidently supplied with new railcars built by Pullman. Lower left corner struck, moderate wear, else very good, delightful for display, and uncommon. 29.00

10478. D.G. ("Barney") Roos Typewritten Letter Signed as Chief Engineer of Studebaker, South Bend, Ind., Sept. 9, 1930. With technical content: Writing to the President of the Landis Engineering Co., Roos offers: "I am perfectly willing to operate a set of your shock absorbers on an executive engineering department car this fall and winter but I explained to Mr. Hoot that at the present time all research and development work along these lines are being temporarily discontinued...." A remarkable individual, Bronx-born Roos served as Chief Engineer and V.P. of Engineering and Production at Locomobile (1912-20, var.), Chief Engineer of Pierce-Arrow (1920-21), C.E. of Marmon (1925-26), C.E. of Studebaker (1926-37), consulting engineer to Humber, Hillman, Talbot, Sunbeam, and finally Willys-Overland, in addition to President of the S.A.E. Transportation, Automobile, Barney Roos, D.G. Roos, Studebaker, Locomobile, Bridgeport, Connecticut, Pierce-Arrow, Buffalo, New York, Marmon, Indianapolis, Indiana, Humber, Hillman, Talbot, Sunbeam, Willys, Willys-Overland, Jeep, Automotive Engineer, Designer, Racing, Bronx, South Bend, Indiana. 8-1/2 x 11, boldly signed. Together with retained carbon copy of Landis' letter to Roos, offering to install a set of their shocks on "your personal Commander Free Wheel some day during the coming week...." Two file holes punched at top margin of both sheets, some edge browning, else fine. Autographs of automotive pioneers, with a handful of exceptions, are generally rare in any form; this is the only Roos item we've ever had. 170.00

10480. California Bill. Sales folder, "California Bill's Chevrolet Speed Equipment." Price list of Spalding cams for road, 3/4 ("for 'Hot' Coupes and Aero-Sedans"), and race ("for Roadsters and Competition Use"), ignition, valve covers, and dual manifolds. Small photos of five items. Also offering their machining services: "Milling & Filling, gives 8.5 to 1 Compression, 57.50; Drill Crankshaft...35.00...." California Bill, Los Angeles, Calif.: N.d. but probably late 1945-early 1946. "...will fit 1937 thru the latest models (none later than 1942 listed)...." Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Race, Racing, Speed, Speed Equipment, Hot Rod, California Bill, Engines, Motors, Machining. Opening to 9 x 12 oblong, orange and black. Also, photo of cover of their Chevrolet Manual, containing information on "How to build 110 m.p.h. road jobs, 140 m.p.h. hot rods." New Old Stock. Excellent and very scarce. 54.50

10485. 1963 Sabra automobile sales sheet. Based on Daimler dies, this was one of a very few cars made in Israel. "The Exciting Sabra Sports Car -Featuring quality fiberglass body...110 b.h.p. Alexander tuned engine...contour bucket seats, Carlotti racing steering wheel, Pirelli Cintura tires." Lee Alan Imports, "Your Chicagoland Sabra Dealer," 5840 North Broadway. Transportation, Automobile, Sabra, Daimler, Israel, Sports Car, Convertible, Alexander Engine, Carlotti Steering Wheel, Pirelli Tires. 8-1/2 x 11, printed 1 side, black on enamel. Large beauty photograph of a white convertible with tonneau cover, evidently posed in Chicago. Original soft mailing folds, else fine. Scarce. 45.00

10489. William Brown. Charles Laughton - A Pictorial Treasury of his Films. Including a Listing of Cast Stars from All (of) Laughton's Movies. "This comprehensive book explores, in pictures and text, the film career of one of the most gifted screen artists in contemporary drama. The films that won Mr. Laughton international recognition and critical acclaim are all included, along with listings of cast, director, producer, etc... Details the struggles, defeats and triumphs that contributed to the ultimate success Laughton enjoyed...." Falcon Enterprises Inc., N.Y.: 1970. Entertainment, Motion Picture, Movie, Film, Charles Laughton, Drama, Quasimodo, Captain Blye, Mutiny on the Bounty, Spartacus, Biography, Nostalgia. 8-1/2 x 11, 159 pp. + Addenda, pictorial blue boards, matching d.j., profusely illustrated. Including his roles as Quasimodo and Captain Blye. Light d.j. shelf wear, else as new and excellent. 28.50

10490. "The 1947 Frazer" oversize color sales folder. "A new chapter of achievement at Willow Run...These new Frazers are being made by precious methods of mass production that utilize all the modern techniques developed and proved in years of wartime experience...I am proud to have these cars bear my name...Styled by Howard Darrin, famed creator of smart custom bodies...Forecast of the Future in Motor Car Design!...unhampered by prewar dies or tools...It looks like what it is - the newest thing on wheels!" Willow Run, July, 1946. Opening to 18 x 24. Transportation, Automobile, Kaiser-Frazer, Kaiser, Frazer, Graham-Paige, Willow Run, Michigan, Howard Darrin, Streamline, Industrial Design, Industry, Mass Production. A very early piece, showing Graham-Paige as its maker. Large view of rich crimson sedan on a stage; colorful renderings of rear compartment, trunk, trim, dash, and a complete interior in plum and ivory, together with aerial view of factory. The Graham-Paige name would continue for several years, then leave the automotive scene, though they remained in the Manhattan telephone directory til 1962! Mousechew at corner, some creases, but very good and uncommon. (Many other Kaiser-Frazer and Graham items.) 46.50

10491. Acme Color Chip and Formula Bulletin #27. 1958 Chevrolet paint colors. Oversize band samples, each 3/4 x 8-1/4, on 8-1/4 x 10-1/2 pages. In all, 15 samples on two leaves. Plus two leaves with diecut windows and printed mixing formulas, to be used when matching colors. Including Anniversary Gold Metallic. Acme Quality Paints, Inc., Detroit, Mich.: Oct. 1957. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, 1958, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Enamel, Lacquer, Acme Quality Paints, Detroit, Michigan, Industrial Design, 195*, 1950's, 1950s, Fifties. Edge wear, some soiling and staining, small fragment of Colonial Cream loose but present, else good and satisfactory. Interesting reflection of the bright colors so popular on cars of the Fifties. In all, four leaves, (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 12.25

10502. Acme Color Chip and Formula Bulletin #23. 1958 Ford paint colors. Oversize band samples, each 3/4 x 8-1/4, on 8-1/4 x 10-1/2 pages. In all, 12 samples on two leaves; plus "Spring 1957 Color - Silver Mocha Metallic." Plus two leaves with diecut windows and printed mixing formulas, to be used when matching colors. Acme Quality Paints, Inc., Detroit, Mich.: Aug. 1957. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, 1957, 1958, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Enamel, Lacquer, Acme Quality Paints, Detroit, Michigan, Industrial Design, 195*, 1950's, 1950s, Fifties. Minor edge wrinkling and light handling, else colors bright and fine. Interesting reflection of the bright colors so popular on cars of the Fifties. In all, four leaves, (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 12.25

10527. Floyd Clymer. Floyd Clymer's Historical Motor Scrapbook. Number 5. "250 Ancient Cars and Motorcycles Illustrated (and) Described - Interesting Ads, Photos." The usual Clymer compendium of pictures and text from a wide variety of original sources, on cars from ABC to Wright Brothers, and including 20 pp. on early and odd motorcycles. Clymer Motors, Los Angeles, Calif.: c. 1976 Printing of 1948 Edition. Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Electric Car, Steam Car, Transportation, Antique Motorcycle. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, (224) pp., blue and black on white leatherette cover, black and white text, index. Minor spotting of back cover, else New Old Stock, evidently unread, and a superior copy, suitable for upgrading your collection. (Discount for purchase of multiple different Clymer volumes.) 21.50

10528. Floyd Clymer. Floyd Clymer's Historical (Motor) Scrapbook, Foreign Car Edition, Vol. I. "250 Ancient Cars and Motorcycles Illustrated (and) Described - Interesting Ads, Photos." The usual Clymer compendium of pictures and text from a wide variety of original sources, on cars from Adams to Wolseley. Floyd Clymer, Los Angeles, Calif.: undated later printing of 1955 Edition. Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Electric Car, Steam Car, Transportation. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 224 pp., orange and black on white leatherette cover, black and white text, index. Owner's inscription on title, when purchased at Sarasota, Fla. Auto Museum. Trivial shelf wear, else New Old Stock, and a superior copy of a somewhat less common Clymer title. One of the nicest copies of any of Clymer's Scrapbooks we've had, perfect for upgrading your collection. (Discount for purchase of multiple different Clymer volumes.) 21.50

10529. Chevrolet. Extensive full-color sales catalogue, 1992 Chevrolet. Profusely illustrated, handsomely produced presentation, with spot varnish. Including Cavalier, Beretta, Corsica LT, Camaro, Lumina Coupe, Sedan, and APV, and Caprice. July 1991. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, 1992, Cavalier, Beretta, Corsica LT, Camaro, Z28, Lumina, Caprice, APV, Minivan. 9 x 10-3/4, 102 pp. With dramatic photography of Camaro Z28 and Camaro convertible. Body, trim, and custom two-tone color samples printed throughout. New Old Stock and mint condition. (One case of 40 available; inquire for low special price for all.) One catalogue, 4.99

10530. Chevrolet. Full-line color sales catalogue of 1995 Chevrolet, including Cavalier, Lumina, Monte Carlo, Camaro, Corvette, Impala SS, Caprice Classic, Beretta, and Corsica. Feb. 1995. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, 1995, Cavalier, Lumina, Monte Carlo, Camaro, Corvette, Impala SS, Caprice Classic, Beretta, Corsica. 7 x 9 oblong, (24) pp., self-cover, high-gloss enamel. Striking electric-blue Corvette in full profile across centerfold, with inset of convertible; double-page Impala SS. New Old Stock and mint condition. (Quantity available; inquire for low special price for all; quantities also available of other 1995 Chevrolet and Pontiac literature at low bulk prices.) One catalogue, 2.99

10552. The Fuller Brush Magazine, Feb. 1959. With full-color cover photo of red Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa; cover story, "Phil Hill - A young man...A Race to Fame" by Denise McCluggage, Sports Columnist, "New York Herald Tribune." Except for Fuller Brush ads, the entire issue devoted to Ferrari, racing, and Phil Hill. Including full-color, full-page photos of his 2 litre car outside the Ferrari factory with Ferrari transporter in background, 2.2 Export, 2.6 at track, 1953 Mille Miglia 3 litre on a California street, working on Testa Rossa engine, 1952 4.1 Mexico, 4.5 at speed, 3.5 12, Grand Tourismo (sic) Coupe at factory, and more; on back cover, a steel-grey Berlinetta in an art gallery. Transportation, Automobile, Ferrari, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Italian Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Phil Hill, Luigi Chinetti, Maranello, Carrera Panamericana, Mexican Road Race, Caracas, Nassau, Sweden, Le Mans, Sebring, Pierce-Arrow. 8-1/4 x 10-1/4, 42 pp. Probably the most famous Fuller publication, by virtue of its Ferrari content. Very light foxing, two leaves dogeared neatly at lower corner, light handling evidence, distributor's handstamp, else fine, with Fuller order blank remaining tipped at rear. Other copies offered elsewhere in recent years at up to 150.00. 49.50

10553. The Fuller Brush Magazine, Feb. 1959. With full-color cover photo of red Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa; cover story, "Phil Hill - A young man...A Race to Fame" by Denise McCluggage, Sports Columnist, "New York Herald Tribune." Except for Fuller Brush ads, the entire issue devoted to Ferrari, racing, and Phil Hill. Including full-color, full-page photos of his 2 litre car outside the Ferrari factory with Ferrari transporter in background, 2.2 Export, 2.6 at track, 1953 Mille Miglia 3 litre on a California street, working on Testa Rossa engine, 1952 4.1 Mexico, 4.5 at speed, 3.5 12, Grand Tourismo (sic) Coupe at factory, and more; on back cover, a steel-grey Berlinetta in an art gallery. Transportation, Automobile, Ferrari, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Italian Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Phil Hill, Luigi Chinetti, Maranello, Carrera Panamericana, Mexican Road Race, Caracas, Nassau, Sweden, Le Mans, Sebring, Pierce-Arrow. 8-1/4 x 10-1/4, 42 pp. Probably the most famous Fuller publication, by virtue of its Ferrari content. Very light foxing, some handling evidence, distributor's handstamp, else about fine. Other copies offered elsewhere in recent years at up to 150.00. 46.50

10556. Frank Oppel, Editor. Motoring in America - The Early Years. A delightful ensemble of 48 articles appearing between 1900-1910, each on a different motoring subject, from steam to gas to electrics, from racing to touring to shows, and much more. Including: "The Detroit Races" (1901), "The Automobile Show" (1901), "Motor Farm-Truck Delivery" (1902), "A Preliminary N.Y. to Buffalo Tour" (1901), "The Newport Races" (1901-), "Vagaries of a Vermont Automobile" (1902), "Motoring to the Jamestown Exposition" (1907), "What a Woman Can Do With an Auto," "How to Avoid Auto Accidents," "N.Y.-Boston Route," "Alcohol for Automobiles," "The Meaning of the Vanderbilt Cup Race," "What it Costs to Run an Automobile," and more. Castle Books, Secaucus, N.J.: 1989. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Horseless Carriage, Self-Propelled Vehicle, Racing, Touring, Racing Car, Vanderbilt Cup, Electric Car, Steam Car, Alternate Propulsion, Boston, Buffalo, Detroit, Jamestown Exposition, Long Island, New York, Newport, Vermont, Napier, Packard, White, Winton. 6-3/4 x 9-1/2, 476 pp., mustard canvas-textured paper over boards, colorful d.j., hundreds of black and white illustrations, black on cream text. Articles faithfully reprinted from originals, hence varying typestyles and formats within this thick volume. A splendid reference work, rich in the lore of the horseless carriage in the first decade of this century. Trivial d.j. edge blemishes from bindery, else New Old Stock, O.P., and unread. (Quantity available; inquire for lot price.) 17.50

10557. Chicago 1980 Buyers' Guide. A fascinating, and impressive, Yellow Pages-style commercial directory to every imaginable product and service made or sold in Chicago. "More goods are shipped from Chicago daily than from any other city...4000 classifications...." From corned beef to wrenches, adding machines to worm gears, here is the complete pre-NAFTA profile of one of the nation's largest industrial complexes. Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry: 45th Annual Issue. Business, Industry, Chicago, Illinois, Directory, 1980, Ford Thunderbird, Tractor. 8-1/4 x 11-1/4, 424 pp., perfect bound, color covers, black on groundwood text, indices; some illustrations within ads; Ford Thunderbird assembly line photo in cover montage. Some cover creases, believed from postal handling, else fine and unused. 5.99

10600. (Bicycles.) Advertising envelope of Henry Keidel & Co., 32 Hopkins Place & 31 S. Liberty St., Baltimore, Md., postmarked Nov. 24, (18)97, with pink all-over woodcut illustration on verso of Eagle Bicycle, a rather sleek chain-drive. In bold letters above and below, "Bicycles & Bicycle Sundries...." Transportation, Bicycles, Eagle Bicycle, Baltimore, Maryland, Philately, Advertising, Advertising Envelope, Advertising Cover, All-Over Cover. Two-cent stamp cut and torn where envelope opened, else clean, fine, and attractive for display. 26.50

10602. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "371st Infantry Regiment, 93rd Infantry Division, 1917-1919." Plate No. 488 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting black troops in France. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, World War I, W.W. I, WWI, France, Black Troops, African-American Troops. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 9.99

10603. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Field Artillery, United States Army, 1861-1865." Plate No. 474 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting two cannoneers, officer in field dress, a bugler, and Captain. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, Field Artillery, Cannoneer, Musician, Bugler. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10605. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Company L, 6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1898-1899." Plate No. 476 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Wonderful depiction of four Black soldiers on a bluff in Puerto Rico, overlooking the sea; Captain seated on a wooden crate reading a letter, as Lt. stands behind him brandishing sword, and soldier holds captured Spanish rosette (Army hat badge), prized as souvenirs. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition. Showing four African-American soldiers: two officers and two soldiers. Company L was a Black-officered and -manned unit within the all white 6th Massachusetts. It was the only Company of Black volunteers to see action (at the Battle of Yauco, on Aug. 26, 1898, on the southern coast of Puerto Rico); all other volunteers were used in occupation duty. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Spanish-American War, Puerto Rico, 6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, African-American, African American, Black, Negro, Troops, Yauco. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care. Occasional minor storage evidence, else excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) With descriptive text sheet. 9.25

10606. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "South Carolina Regiment of Militia Light Horse, 1781-1782." Plate No. 473 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting soldier in Sergeant Kershaw's Regt., Trooper Giles' Regt., Trumpeter Richardson's Regt., Trooper McDonald's Regt., and Capt. Kolb's Regt. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Revolutionary War, South Carolina Regiment, Militia Light Horse. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10608. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "BG Stephen Watts Kearney and Dragoon Officers, 1st U.S. Dragoons, 1847." Plate No. 483 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Kearney in fatigue uniform, a 2nd Lieutenant in full dress, and a Captain in stable jacket-fatigue. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Mexican War, Stephen Watts Kearney, Dragoons. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10610. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Artillery Company of Newport, Rhode Island, 1741-1757." Plate No. 481 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Private, Officer, and Sergeant, the latter sitting on a fallen tree and holding a pike, as he addresses the Private, brandishing a flintlock. A fascinating item, the emerald-green coat of the latter especially striking. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Colonial Wars, Newport, Rhode Island, Artillery Company, Flintlock, Pike. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10612. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "96th Aero Squadron, 1917-1918." Plate No. 496 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Pilot (Officer) in Coverall Flight Suit, 2nd Lieutenant in Mackinaw, and 1st Lieutenant in Winter Service Dress. Insignia on fuselage of plane in background depicts Devil about to drop a bomb. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, World War I, W.W. I, WWI, Aviation, 96th Aero Squadron, Aircraft, Airplane, Aeroplane. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 13.99

10613. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "2nd Troop, Philadelphia City Cavalry, 1897-1940." Plate No. 471 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Captain, Trooper, Sergeant, and Trumpeter, all in Full Dress, the Trooper with cape. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Spanish-American War, World War I, W.W. I, WWI, Philadelphia, Philadelphia City Cavalry, Cavalry. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10614. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Third South Carolina Regiment (Rangers), 1775-1780." Plate No. 494 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Private of Foot, Ranger Captain, Officer, Private, and Musician, the latter holding large drum with coiled snake emblazoned on its side. "Liberty or Death" on fronts of hats. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Revolutionary War, South Carolina, Regiment, Rangers, Musician, Drummer. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10617. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "U.S. Marines, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 2nd Uniform, 1898." Plate No. 490 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Private and two Officers, one with rifle and duffle bag, pistol, and pancake water jug, respectively. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Spanish-American War, U.S. Marines, Marine Corps, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10620. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "33rd Regiment, New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, 2nd Zouaves, 1863-1865." Plate No. 487 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting 1st Lieutenant, Private and Sergeant in Zouave uniforms, and Private in Regulation Uniform. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, Infantry, Zouaves. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10623. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "West India Regiments (Dress Uniforms), circa 1870-1900." Plate No. 508 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Sergeant, 1st W.I. Regt., 1874, Bandsman, 1st W.I. Regt., 1874, Lieutenant, 2nd W.I. Regt., 1878, and Private, The W.I. Regt., 1890. Enlargements of their belt buckle and helmet badge at top. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1981. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, West India, West Indies, Bandsman, Musician, Black. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10625. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "51st Regiment, N.G., S.N.Y., 1861-1881." Plate No. 511 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Corporal, Co. A, 1861, Enlisted Men of 1864, 1876, 1879, and 1880, and Officer of 1879. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1981. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, Indian Wars, Reconstruction, New York State, National Guard, 51st Regiment. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10626. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Special Forces Detachment B-56, Project Sigma, 1966." Plate No. 472 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Captain, Sergeant, and South Vietnamese CIDG Patrol Member and "Roadrunner." On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Viet Nam, Vietnam, Special Forces, Project Sigma, CIDG Patrol. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10630. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Alabama Red Rovers, 1835." Plate No. 502 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting four soldiers in fringed suede uniforms; one kneels, scratching out a map in the earth with a stick. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Alabama, Red Rovers. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10631. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "41st Regiment of Foot, 1799-1815." Plate No. 501 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Officer, 1799, Private, Battalion Co., 1800-1813, Corporal, Lt. Inf. Co., 2nd Battalion, 1813-1815, and Officer, 2nd Battalion, 1813-1815. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, 41st Regiment of Foot, 1799-1815, Officer, Private, Corporal, Light Infantry Company. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10633. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "5th Battalion (Colored), Connecticut National Guard, 1884-1890." Plate No. 498 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting four black soldiers at shooting range: Corporal and Captain in Full Dress, First Sergeant, with Overcoat and Forage Cap, and Private in Fatigue Uniform. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, African-American, Black, Colored Troops, 5th Battalion (Colored), Connecticut National Guard, 1884-1890, Corporal, Captain, First Sergeant, Private, Full Dress, Fatigue Uniform. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 7.99

10634. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "72nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1864, '3rd California Regiment' and 'Baxter's Fire Zouaves.'" Plate No. 495 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Col. DeWitt Clinton Baxter, Captain, Vivandiere, Zouave, and Sergeant with Left General Guidon, all in front of tent, the latter holding flag with bumblebee design. A particularly attractive plate. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, 72nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, 3rd California Regiment, Baxter's Fire Zouaves. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10636. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Alamo Scouts, U.S. 6th Army, 1943-1945." Plate No. 499 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Officer, Private, and Private First Class, in tropical brush, probably in the Pacific Theatre; enlarged insignia at top, "A" within a six-pointed star. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, World War II, W.W. II, WWII, Pacific Theatre, Alamo Scouts, U.S. 6th Army, 1943-1945. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10637. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "United States Cavalry Campaign Dress In The Lava Beds, 1872-1873." Plate No. 498 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Sergeant, 1st Lieutenant, Private, and Corporal, scouting in sandstone formations under the hot sun. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Indian Wars, West, Old West, Desert, United States Cavalry Campaign Dress In The Lava Beds, 1872-1873. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10640. R.S. Yeoman A Guide Book of United States Coins - The Official Red Book of United States Coins. Fully Illustrated Catalog and Valuation List, 1616 to Date. Including "A brief history of American coinage, early American coins and tokens, early Mint issues, regular Mint issues, private, state and territorial gold, silver and gold commemorative issues, proofs." Western Publishing Co., Inc., Racine, Wis.: 1981. 34th Ed. Reference, Numismatics, Coins, Money, Tokens, Medals, Mint, Gold, Silver, Copper, Colonial, Revolutionary War, Civil War, Territorial, Commemorative, Proofs, Dollar, Half Dollar, Quarter, Dime, Nickel, Penny, Cent, Half Cent, American History. 5 x 7--3/4. Gold-stamped red cloth, profusely illustrated, indexed, with prices for virtually every variant of coined money used in the United States from colonial times to compilation date, in every grade of condition. The superior close-up photographs allow the reader to enjoy many extremely rare and valuable pieces whose purchase would be prohibitive. Essential background not only for the numismatist, but for the history buff. Trivial evidence of original postal handling, else as new and unread. 6.99

10641. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Company 'A,' Milwaukee Light Guard, 1858-1861." Plate No. 479 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Enlisted men in Undress Uniform, and Lieutenant, Captain, and Sergeant in Dress Uniforms. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. This print by George Woodbridge, using nom de plume Ahrenholz. Enlarged insignia and buttons across top, four in all. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Light Guard, George Woodbridge. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 7.99

10642. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Company 'A,' Milwaukee Light Guard, 1858-1861." Plate No. 479 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Enlisted men in Undress Uniform, and Lieutenant, Captain, and Sergeant in Dress Uniforms. On Vintage Dull Gloss cover stock; only this series of four prints were printed thus. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Enlarged insignia and buttons across top, four in all. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates; this print by the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine, using nom de plume Ahrenholz. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Light Guard, George Woodbridge. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 7.99

10643. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "The Burnside Zouaves of Providence, Rhode Island, 1861-1870." Plate No. 480 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Drummer and Zouave, 1861-64, Officer, and Zouave, 1868. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. A superior print, bleeding at left and right; the brilliant red pantaloons and trousers, and other trim, was reproduced using fluorescent pink mixed with magenta. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, Providence, Rhode Island, Burnside Zouaves, Drummer, Officer. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10644. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "The Burnside Zouaves of Providence, Rhode Island, 1861-1870." Plate No. 480 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Drummer and Zouave, 1861-64, Officer, and Zouave, 1868. On Vintage Dull Gloss cover stock; only this series of four prints were printed thus. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. A superior print, bleeding at left and right; the brilliant red pantaloons and trousers, and other trim, was reproduced using fluorescent pink mixed with magenta. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, Providence, Rhode Island, Burnside Zouaves, Drummer, Officer. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10645. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Lieutenant, Light Infantry Company, 5th Regiment of Infantry, New York Militia, 1810." Plate No. 478 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting strikingly handsome officer, replete with plumed hat, sash, trimmed boots, sabre, and walking stick, probably in Hudson Highlands. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, War of 1812, New York State, New York Militia, Lieutenant, Light Infantry Company, 5th Regiment of Infantry. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10646. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Lieutenant, Light Infantry Company, 5th Regiment of Infantry, New York Militia, 1810." Plate No. 478 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting strikingly handsome officer, replete with plumed hat, sash, trimmed boots, sabre, and walking stick, probably in Hudson Highlands. On Vintage Dull Gloss cover stock; only this series of four prints were printed thus. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, War of 1812, New York State, New York Militia, Lieutenant, Light Infantry Company, 5th Regiment of Infantry. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10647. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Sherburne's Additional Continental Regiment, 1779." Plate No. 477 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting two Privates and a Colonel standing by water's edge, the latter holding a clay pipe, a ship in the distance. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Revolutionary War, Continental Army, Sherburne's Additional Continental Regiment, Private, Colonel. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10648. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Sherburne's Additional Continental Regiment, 1779." Plate No. 477 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting two Privates and a Colonel standing by water's edge, the latter holding a clay pipe, a ship in the distance. On Vintage Dull Gloss cover stock; only this series of four prints were printed thus. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Revolutionary War, Continental Army, Sherburne's Additional Continental Regiment, Private, Colonel. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

10649. R.S. Yeoman A Guide Book of United States Coins - The Official Red Book of United States Coins. Fully Illustrated Catalog and Valuation List, 1616 to Date. Including "A brief history of American coinage, early American coins and tokens, early Mint issues, regular Mint issues, private, state and territorial gold, silver and gold commemorative issues, proofs." Western Publishing Co., Inc., Racine, Wis.: 1974. 27th Ed. Reference, Numismatics, Coins, Money, Tokens, Medals, Mint, Gold, Silver, Copper, Colonial, Revolutionary War, Civil War, Territorial, Commemorative, Proofs, Dollar, Half Dollar, Quarter, Dime, Nickel, Penny, Cent, Half Cent, American History. 5 x 7--3/4. Gold-stamped red cloth, profusely illustrated, indexed, with prices for virtually every variant of coined money used in the United States from colonial times to compilation date, in every grade of condition. The superior close-up photographs allow the reader to enjoy many extremely rare and valuable pieces whose purchase would be prohibitive. Essential background not only for the numismatist, but for the history buff. Trivial evidence of original postal handling, else as new and unread. 6.99

10652. R.S. Yeoman A Guide Book of United States Coins - The Official Red Book of United States Coins. Fully Illustrated Catalog and Valuation List, 1616 to Date. Including "A brief history of American coinage, early American coins and tokens, early Mint issues, regular Mint issues, private, state and territorial gold, silver and gold commemorative issues, proofs." Western Publishing Co., Inc., Racine, Wis.: 1968. 21st Ed. 5 x 7--3/4. Gold-stamped red cloth, profusely illustrated, indexed, with prices for virtually every variant of coined money used in the United States from colonial times to compilation date, in every grade of condition. Reference, Numismatics, Coins, Money, Tokens, Medals, Mint, Gold, Silver, Copper, Colonial, Revolutionary War, Civil War, Territorial, Commemorative, Proofs, Dollar, Half Dollar, Quarter, Dime, Nickel, Penny, Cent, Half Cent, American History. The superior close-up photographs allow the reader to enjoy many extremely rare and valuable pieces whose purchase would be prohibitive. Essential background not only for the numismatist, but for the history buff. Very light incidental shelf wear, front blank endpapers browned, else near new and little-used. 6.99

10655. R.S. Yeoman A Guide Book of United States Coins - The Official Red Book of United States Coins. Fully Illustrated Catalog and Valuation List, 1616 to Date. Including "A brief history of American coinage, early American coins and tokens, early Mint issues, regular Mint issues, private, state and territorial gold, silver and gold commemorative issues, proofs." Western Publishing Co., Inc., Racine, Wis.: 1964. 17th Ed. Reference, Numismatics, Coins, Money, Tokens, Medals, Mint, Gold, Silver, Copper, Colonial, Revolutionary War, Civil War, Territorial, Commemorative, Proofs, Dollar, Half Dollar, Quarter, Dime, Nickel, Penny, Cent, Half Cent, American History. 5 x 7--3/4. Gold-stamped red cloth, profusely illustrated, indexed, with prices for virtually every variant of coined money used in the United States from colonial times to compilation date, in every grade of condition. The superior close-up photographs allow the reader to enjoy many extremely rare and valuable pieces whose purchase would be prohibitive. Essential background not only for the numismatist, but for the history buff. Some cosmetic spine wear and blemishes, else internally very fine. 6.99

10662. R.S. Yeoman A Guide Book of United States Coins - The Official Red Book of United States Coins. Fully Illustrated Catalog and Valuation List, 1616 to Date. Including "A brief history of American coinage, early American coins and tokens, early Mint issues, regular Mint issues, private, state and territorial gold, silver and gold commemorative issues, proofs." Western Publishing Co., Inc., Racine, Wis.: 1976. 29th Ed. "Bicentennial Edition" with eagle design gold-stamped on cover. Reference, Numismatics, Coins, Money, Tokens, Medals, Mint, Gold, Silver, Copper, Colonial, Revolutionary War, Civil War, Territorial, Commemorative, Proofs, Dollar, Half Dollar, Quarter, Dime, Nickel, Penny, Cent, Half Cent, American History. 5 x 7--3/4. Gold-stamped red cloth, profusely illustrated, indexed, with prices for virtually every variant of coined money used in the United States from colonial times to compilation date, in every grade of condition. The superior close-up photographs allow the reader to enjoy many extremely rare and valuable pieces whose purchase would be prohibitive. Essential background not only for the numismatist, but for the history buff. Trivial shelf wear, else near new. 7.99

10666. R.S. Yeoman A Guide Book of United States Coins - The Official Red Book of United States Coins. Fully Illustrated Catalog and Valuation List, 1616 to Date. Including "A brief history of American coinage, early American coins and tokens, early Mint issues, regular Mint issues, private, state and territorial gold, silver and gold commemorative issues, proofs." Western Publishing Co., Inc., Racine, Wis.: 1965. 18th Ed. Reference, Numismatics, Coins, Money, Tokens, Medals, Mint, Gold, Silver, Copper, Colonial, Revolutionary War, Civil War, Territorial, Commemorative, Proofs, Dollar, Half Dollar, Quarter, Dime, Nickel, Penny, Cent, Half Cent, American History. 5 x 7--3/4. Gold-stamped red cloth, profusely illustrated, indexed, with prices for virtually every variant of coined money used in the United States from colonial times to compilation date, in every grade of condition. The superior close-up photographs allow the reader to enjoy many extremely rare and valuable pieces whose purchase would be prohibitive. Essential background not only for the numismatist, but for the history buff. Trivial shelf wear, scuff on back cover, else near new and little-used. 8.49

10668. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 17 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1951 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1951, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 16.83

10669. (Cadillac.) Fascinating pair of 2 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1952 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-62 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1952, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 1.98

10670. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 4 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1953 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-76 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1953, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 3.96

10671. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 8 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1954 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1962-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1954, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 7.92

10672. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 10 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1956 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1956, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 9.90

10673. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 46 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1957 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1962-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1957, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 45.54

10674. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 89 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1958 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1958, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 88.11

10675. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 65 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1959 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-64 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1959, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 64.35

10676. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 132 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1960 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1962-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1960, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 130.68

10677. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 89 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1961 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1962-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1961, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 70.31

10678. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 64 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1962 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1963-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1962, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 50.56

10679. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 34 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1963 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1964-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1963, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 26.86

10680. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 20 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1964 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1964-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1964, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 15.80

10681. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 18 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1965 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1967-76 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1965, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 14.22

10682. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 30 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1966 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1967 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1966, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .59 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 17.70

10683. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 26 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1967 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1967-78 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1967, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .59 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 15.34

10684. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 23 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1969 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1976-78 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1969, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .59 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 13.57

10685. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 7 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1970 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1977-78 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1970, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .49 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 3.43

10686. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 5 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1971 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1976-78 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1971, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .49 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 2.45

10687. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 15 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1972 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1976-78 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1972, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .49 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 7.35

10688. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 30 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1973 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1976-78 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1973, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .49 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 14.70

10689. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 4 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1974 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1977-78 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1974, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .49 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 1.96

10690. (Cadillac.) Fascinating collection of 12 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1976 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1977-78 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1976, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .49 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 5.88

10691. (Cadillac.) Fascinating lot of 2 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1977 Cadillacs, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1978 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, 1977, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Cadillac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .49 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) .98

10692. (Chevrolet.) Fascinating collection of 60 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1958 Chevrolet 6 Station Wagon and 8 Impala, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-64 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, 1958, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Chevrolet's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 59.40

10693. (Chevrolet.) Fascinating collection of 34 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1959 Chevrolet 6 Station Wagon and 8 sedan, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, 1959, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Chevrolet's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 33.66

10694. (Chevrolet.) Fascinating collection of 29 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1960 Chevrolet, including Corvair, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1962-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Corvair, 1960, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Chevrolet's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 28.71

10695. (Chevrolet.) Fascinating collection of 6 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1961 Chevrolet, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1962-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, 1961, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Chevrolet's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 4.74

10696. (Chevrolet.) Fascinating collection of 32 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1962 Chevrolet, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1962-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, 1962, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Chevrolet's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 25.28

10697. (Chevrolet.) Fascinating collection of 34 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1963 Chevrolet, including Corvair and Station Wagon, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1963-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Corvair, 1963, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Chevrolet's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 26.86

10698. (Chevrolet.) Fascinating collection of 22 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1964 Chevrolet, including Corvair and Station Wagon, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1964-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Corvair, 1964, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Chevrolet's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 17.38

10699. (Chevrolet.) Fascinating collection of 7 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1965 Chevrolet, all Corvair, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1966-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Corvair, 1965, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Chevrolet's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 6.93

10700. (Chevrolet.) Fascinating collection of 12 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1966 Chevrolet, including 6 cyl. Panel Truck, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1967 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, 1966, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Chevrolet's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .49 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 5.88

10701. Old Cars. The Best of Old Cars. "Contains the finest material from the first five years, 1971-76. For the serious hobbyist, this indexed book will be a real research aid...no longer will he spend an hour looking for that article that appeared 'somewhere around Hershey in '74.' For subscribers who have only recently joined the ranks of 'Old Cars' readers, this volume gives them an opportunity to catch up on all the great reading they missed...Many hours of reading enjoyment, plus a great reference source...." Krause Publications, Iola, Wis.: 1978. Vol. (1). Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Antique Motorcycle, Antique Truck, Old Car, Old Cars, Old Motorcycle, Old Truck, Foreign Cars, Imported Cars, Racing Cars, Sports Cars, Steam Cars, Auto Restoration, Reference. 10-1/2 x 15-1/2, 496 pp., color wrappers, black on pulp, index. Thousands of illustrations together with articles on almost every area of interest, however obscure, to the antique car buff. A veritable reference work that will prove useful time and again; one cannot simply absorb its voluminous content by reading it once! Now scarce. (Vols. 1-5 available; all listed online.) Minor cover shelf wear, very minor edge toning, else generally about fine. Well worth... 26.95

10702. Old Cars. The Best of Old Cars. "Contains the finest material from the first five years, 1971-76. For the serious hobbyist, this indexed book will be a real research aid...no longer will he spend an hour looking for that article that appeared 'somewhere around Hershey in '74.' For subscribers who have only recently joined the ranks of 'Old Cars' readers, this volume gives them an opportunity to catch up on all the great reading they missed...Many hours of reading enjoyment, plus a great reference source...." Krause Publications, Iola, Wis.: 1978. Vol. (1), 1983 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Antique Motorcycle, Antique Truck, Old Car, Old Cars, Old Motorcycle, Old Truck, Foreign Cars, Imported Cars, Racing Cars, Sports Cars, Steam Cars, Auto Restoration, Reference. 10-1/2 x 15-1/2, 496 pp., color wrappers, black on pulp, index. Thousands of illustrations together with articles on almost every area of interest, however obscure, to the antique car buff. A veritable reference work that will prove useful time and again; one cannot simply absorb its voluminous content by reading it once! Now scarce. (Vols. 1-5 available; all listed online.) Thin spot blank upper right corner cover, edge tear, numerals in red on back cover, else internally fine and fresh. Well worth... 24.95

10703. Old Cars. The Best of Old Cars. "A gigantic, photo-filled volume that features the best articles that appeared during 1977-78." "For the serious hobbyist, this indexed book will be a real research aid...no longer will he spend an hour looking for that elusive article...For subscribers who have only recently joined the ranks of 'Old Cars' readers, this volume gives them an opportunity to catch up on all the great reading they missed...Many hours of reading enjoyment, plus a great reference source...." Krause Publications, Iola, Wis.: 1979. Vol. 2. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Antique Motorcycle, Antique Truck, Old Car, Old Cars, Old Motorcycle, Old Truck, Foreign Cars, Imported Cars, Racing Cars, Sports Cars, Steam Cars, Auto Restoration, Reference. 10-1/2 x 15-1/2, 464 pp., color wrappers, black on pulp, index. Thousands of illustrations together with articles on almost every area of interest, however obscure, to the antique car buff. A veritable reference work that will prove useful time and again; one cannot simply absorb its voluminous content by reading it once! Now scarce. (Vols. 1-5 available; all listed online.) Some cover handling evidence, else internally fine and fresh. Well worth... 26.50

10704. Old Cars. The Best of Old Cars. "A gigantic, photo-filled volume that features the best articles that appeared during 1977-78." "For the serious hobbyist, this indexed book will be a real research aid...no longer will he spend an hour looking for that elusive article...For subscribers who have only recently joined the ranks of 'Old Cars' readers, this volume gives them an opportunity to catch up on all the great reading they missed...Many hours of reading enjoyment, plus a great reference source...." Krause Publications, Iola, Wis.: 1979. Vol. 2. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Antique Motorcycle, Antique Truck, Old Car, Old Cars, Old Motorcycle, Old Truck, Foreign Cars, Imported Cars, Racing Cars, Sports Cars, Steam Cars, Auto Restoration, Reference. 10-1/2 x 15-1/2, 464 pp., color wrappers, black on pulp, index. Thousands of illustrations together with articles on almost every area of interest, however obscure, to the antique car buff. A veritable reference work that will prove useful time and again; one cannot simply absorb its voluminous content by reading it once! Now scarce. (Vols. 1-5 available; all listed online.) Considerable cover handling evidence, few pencil marks on title page, else internally about fine and clean. Well worth... 24.95

10705. Old Cars. The Best of Old Cars. "A gigantic, photo-filled volume that features the best articles that appeared during 1979-80." "For the serious hobbyist, this indexed book will be a real research aid...no longer will he spend an hour looking for that elusive article...For subscribers who have only recently joined the ranks of 'Old Cars' readers, this volume gives them an opportunity to catch up on all the great reading they missed...Many hours of reading enjoyment, plus a great reference source...." Krause Publications, Iola, Wis.: 1981. Vol. 3. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Antique Motorcycle, Antique Truck, Old Car, Old Cars, Old Motorcycle, Old Truck, Foreign Cars, Imported Cars, Racing Cars, Sports Cars, Steam Cars, Auto Restoration, Reference. 10-1/2 x 15-1/2, 552 pp., color wrappers, black on pulp, index. Thousands of illustrations together with articles on almost every area of interest, however obscure, to the antique car buff. A veritable reference work that will prove useful time and again; one cannot simply absorb its voluminous content by reading it once! Now scarce. (Vols. 1-5 available; all listed online.) Trivial cover shelf wear, else virtually as new and apparently unread. Well worth... 29.50

10706. Old Cars. The Best of Old Cars. "A gigantic, photo-filled volume that features the best articles that appeared during 1981-82." "For the serious hobbyist, this indexed book will be a real research aid...no longer will he spend an hour looking for that elusive article...For subscribers who have only recently joined the ranks of 'Old Cars' readers, this volume gives them an opportunity to catch up on all the great reading they missed...Many hours of reading enjoyment, plus a great reference source...." Krause Publications, Iola, Wis.: 1983. Vol. 4. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Antique Motorcycle, Antique Truck, Old Car, Old Cars, Old Motorcycle, Old Truck, Foreign Cars, Imported Cars, Racing Cars, Sports Cars, Steam Cars, Auto Restoration, Reference. 10-1/2 x 15-1/2, 552 pp., color wrappers, black on pulp, index. Thousands of illustrations together with articles on almost every area of interest, however obscure, to the antique car buff. A veritable reference work that will prove useful time and again; one cannot simply absorb its voluminous content by reading it once! Now scarce. (Vols. 1-5 available; all listed online.) Very light cover shelf wear, else virtually as new and apparently unread. Well worth... 19.75

10707. Old Cars. The Best of Old Cars. "A gigantic, photo-filled volume that features the best articles that appeared during 1981-82." "For the serious hobbyist, this indexed book will be a real research aid...no longer will he spend an hour looking for that elusive article...For subscribers who have only recently joined the ranks of 'Old Cars' readers, this volume gives them an opportunity to catch up on all the great reading they missed...Many hours of reading enjoyment, plus a great reference source...." Krause Publications, Iola, Wis.: 1983. Vol. 4. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Antique Motorcycle, Antique Truck, Old Car, Old Cars, Old Motorcycle, Old Truck, Foreign Cars, Imported Cars, Racing Cars, Sports Cars, Steam Cars, Auto Restoration, Reference. 10-1/2 x 15-1/2, 552 pp., color wrappers, black on pulp, index. Thousands of illustrations together with articles on almost every area of interest, however obscure, to the antique car buff. A veritable reference work that will prove useful time and again; one cannot simply absorb its voluminous content by reading it once! Now scarce. (Vols. 1-5 available; all listed online.) Some cover handling evidence, else internally fine and clean. Well worth... 18.50

10708. Old Cars. The Best of Old Cars. "A gigantic, photo-filled volume that features the best articles that appeared during 1983-84." "For the serious hobbyist, this indexed book will be a real research aid...no longer will he spend an hour looking for that elusive article...For subscribers who have only recently joined the ranks of 'Old Cars' readers, this volume gives them an opportunity to catch up on all the great reading they missed...Many hours of reading enjoyment, plus a great reference source...." Krause Publications, Iola, Wis.: 1985. Vol. 5. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Antique Motorcycle, Antique Truck, Old Car, Old Cars, Old Motorcycle, Old Truck, Foreign Cars, Imported Cars, Racing Cars, Sports Cars, Steam Cars, Auto Restoration, Reference. 10-1/2 x 15-1/2, 592 pp., color wrappers, black on pulp, index. Thousands of illustrations together with articles on almost every area of interest, however obscure, to the antique car buff. A veritable reference work that will prove useful time and again; one cannot simply absorb its voluminous content by reading it once! Scarcest of the five volumes. (Vols. 1-5 available; all listed online.) Light cover handling evidence and bindery scuffing, else virtually as new and apparently unread. Well worth... 29.50

10709. Old Cars. The Best of Old Cars. "A gigantic, photo-filled volume that features the best articles that appeared during 1983-84." "For the serious hobbyist, this indexed book will be a real research aid...no longer will he spend an hour looking for that elusive article...For subscribers who have only recently joined the ranks of 'Old Cars' readers, this volume gives them an opportunity to catch up on all the great reading they missed...Many hours of reading enjoyment, plus a great reference source...." Krause Publications, Iola, Wis.: 1985. Vol. 5. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Antique Motorcycle, Antique Truck, Old Car, Old Cars, Old Motorcycle, Old Truck, Foreign Cars, Imported Cars, Racing Cars, Sports Cars, Steam Cars, Auto Restoration, Reference. 10-1/2 x 15-1/2, 592 pp., color wrappers, black on pulp, index. Thousands of illustrations together with articles on almost every area of interest, however obscure, to the antique car buff. A veritable reference work that will prove useful time and again; one cannot simply absorb its voluminous content by reading it once! Scarcest of the five volumes. (Vols. 1-5 available; all listed online.) Top half front cover lacking, some fore-edge (only) staining, else internally very good and clean. Well worth... 16.50

10710. (Cars of Fifties and Sixties.) Massive archive of 1,800 invoices for auto parts and services from the files of Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., 1960-63 (approx. 1,371 pcs.) and 1976-78 (approx. 436 pcs.); for cars of model years 1949-up, principally Cadillacs, Chevrolets, Pontiacs, and Oldsmobiles, some with year, make, and customer's name indicated, together with Ford, Chrysler, Plymouth, and others. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. On various printed billheads, generally 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 to 8-1/2 x 11, many with automotive logos, including Cadillac, Oldsmobile, U.S. Royal Tires, Exide Battery, old-style Pontiac Chief, Clinton engines, Buick, Chevrolet, Cities Service Oils, Chrysler, Plymouth, Ford, Pirelli, and others. Understandable duplication of vendors; the number of sources in Kingston was finite. Transportation, Automobile, Automobile Parts, Automobile Accessories, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, 1940's, 1950's, 1960's, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 194*, 195*, 196*. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute to his skill that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years.Somewhat dusty and some soft edge creases, some soiled, else generally satisfactory. Interesting profile of the nearly lost world of the one-man garage. Weighs some 8 lbs.! More detailed description available. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year, at higher prices.) Cheap at... 35.99

10711. (Pontiac.) Fascinating lot of 2 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1940 Pontiac 6 Coupe, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, 5-1/2 x 7-1/2. Bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage (only 35,000!). Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1940, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 3.99

10712. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 4 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1949 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1959-64 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, 5 x 7. Most bearing name and address of owner (the same woman as the 1940 Pontiac he serviced in 1960!), description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1949, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .98 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 3.96

10713. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 5 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1954 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1961-62 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, 5-1/2 x 8-1/2. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1954, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .98 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 4.95

10714. (Pontiac.) Fascinating manuscript invoice for repairs on 1955 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1962 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, 5-1/2 x 8-1/4. Bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1955, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 1.25

10715. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 16 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1956 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1956, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .98 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 15.68

10716. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 15 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1957 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1957, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .98 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 14.70

10717. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 7 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1958 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-62 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Plus related receipts. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1958, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .98 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 6.86

10718. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 9 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1959 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Including receipt for molding of Pontiac-Buick dealer, with old-style Chief logo in red. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1959, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 10.75

10719. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 6 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1960 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1964-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1960, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .98 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 5.88

10720. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 14 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1961 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1962-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Including lengthy bill from local Pontiac dealer, with old-style Chief logo. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1961, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 12.25

10721. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 13 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1962 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1964-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1962, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 10.27

10722. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 27 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1963 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1963-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1963, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 21.33

10723. (Pontiac.) Fascinating collection of 4 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1964 Pontiac, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1967-78 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, 1964, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Pontiac's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .79 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 3.16

10724. (Oldsmobile.) Fascinating collection of 2 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1941 Oldsmobile, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1962-63 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1941, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Oldsmobile's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 4.50

10725. (Oldsmobile.) Fascinating collection of 9 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1950 Oldsmobile, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1950, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Oldsmobile's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 8.91

10726. (Oldsmobile.) Fascinating collection of 3 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1951 Oldsmobile, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-63 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1951, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Oldsmobile's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 2.97

10727. (Oldsmobile.) Fascinating collection of 28 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1953 Oldsmobile, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-64 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1953, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Oldsmobile's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 27.72

10728. (Oldsmobile.) Fascinating collection of 22 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1954 Oldsmobile, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1954, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Oldsmobile's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 21.78

10729. (Oldsmobile.) Fascinating collection of 54 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1955 Oldsmobile, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-63 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1955, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Oldsmobile's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 53.46

10730. (Oldsmobile.) Fascinating collection of 51 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1956 Oldsmobile, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-64 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1956, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Oldsmobile's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 50.49

10731. (Oldsmobile.) Fascinating collection of 100 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1957 Oldsmobile, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1957, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Oldsmobile's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 99.00

10732. (Oldsmobile.) Fascinating collection of 42 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1958 Oldsmobile, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-65 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1958, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Oldsmobile's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 41.58

10734. (Oldsmobile.) Fascinating collection of 125 manuscript invoices for repairs on 1959 Oldsmobile, by Lou Marz, Kingston, N.Y., performed 1960-67 when still on the road. Legibly written, with description of work done, parts used, and prices, all hysterically cheap by today's standards. One of the great mechanics of his day, Marz began in the '30's at Stuyvesant Cadillac-Olds; in the '50's, he was offered a job by Bill Harrah but declined to move his family such a distance. Upon "retirement," the corps of local doctors, judges, merchants and motorists he'd known at Stuyvesant sought him out at his tiny one-man garage to keep their Cadillacs and other cars running. His retained carbon copies, on his printed billheads, 6 x 9 and 7 x 8-1/2 oblong, yellow, pink, and other colors, variously. Most bearing name and address of owner, description of model, license and mileage. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1959, Automobile Mechanics, Automobile Repair, Kingston, New York, Hudson River Valley, Antique Automobile, Antique Car. Wonderful conversation pieces from a bygone era. Clearly a labor of love, it is tribute both to his skill, and to Oldsmobile's quality, that his customer's cars remained in service for so many years. Occasional minor defects, else generally very good to fine. Priced at .99 each, sold by year. (Many other Marz repair invoices available, sorted by make and year; inquire about discounts for quantity.) 123.75

10735. Ace automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in factory-installed Moto-Meter. Oct. 24, 1922. Overall board size 8" wide by 8-1/2" high. Ace drawn in white ink within black spade. Signed in full by artist A. Grossman on lower mount, "5-1/2 hr." Initialed by artist and two supervisors on verso. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Ace, Apex Motor Car Company, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of automaking. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10736. Ajax Six automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in factory-installed Moto-Meter. "Nash-Built." Nov. 10, 1926. 6 x 7-1/4. The Ajax was only built for one model-year. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Ajax, Nash, Racine, Wisconsin, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of automaking. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10737. American Balanced Six automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in factory-installed Moto-Meter. Known variously as the American, American Six, and American Balanced Six, its first Chief Engineer was Louis Chevrolet. Unusual suite of three pieces, comprising: June 26, 1918 finished master; pen-and-ink eagle; and Sept. 10, 1919 variant finished master in another size. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, American, American Six, American Balanced Six, Plainfield, New Jersey, Louis Chevrolet, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of automaking. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 645.00

10738. Apperson automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in factory-installed Moto-Meter. "Jack Rabbit Cars." Undated but c. 1920. Retouched master. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Apperson, Jack Rabbit, Jackrabbit, Haynes, Kokomo, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of automaking. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 195.00

10739. Biddle automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in factory-installed Moto-Meter. Dec. 15, 1919. Handsome crown and winged wheel logo of this costly marque. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Biddle, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Duesenberg, Rochester-Duesenberg, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of automaking. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10740. Brockway Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in factory-installed Moto-Meter. "The right way." Apr. 30, 1925 with changes made June 17, 1925, June 2, 1926 and Apr. 6, 1927. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Brockway, Cortland, New York, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 345.00

10741. Buick automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique dealer-installed Moto-Meter. The most elaborate piece in the collection, showing entire Moto-Meter device, with its base threaded through a radiator cap. Customized for Buick dealer E.A. Browne Auto Co., Paterson, N.J. Oct. 4, 1922. 8 x 12. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Buick, Flint, Michigan, E.A. Browne Auto Company, Paterson, New Jersey, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 440.00

10742. Buick automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique dealer-installed Moto-Meter. July 9, 1927. Evidently a custom design for Australian or South African agency. "Valve in Head / Motor Cars / ...Wagga Motor Garage Coy., Ltd." Marked "9-1/2 hours" by artist! Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Buick, Flint, Michigan, Wagga Motor Garage Coy., Ltd., Australia, South Africa, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 195.00

10743. Buick automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique dealer-installed Moto-Meter. June 21, 1927. Highly unusual custom design for "Fox Bros. Buick Co.," with large hand-drawn fox atop Buick logo. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Buick, Flint, Michigan, Fox Brothers Buick Company, Fox, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 240.00

10744. Buick automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork for a Buick PEDAL CAR design. N.d. White ink on black ink nameplate, mounted over discarded printed template board of The American National Co., Toledo, Ohio. Probably for a Buick pedal car of the 1930's! Moto-Meter was purchased by this Toledo firm during the Depression; their work included emblems and dashboards for childrens' pedal cars, their automotive business having been rendered obsolete. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Buick, Flint, Michigan, Pedal Car, Toy, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 270.00

10745. Bush automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Selling automobiles by direct mail, John Bush would forward prepaid orders for "Bush" cars to whatever manufacturer was willing to build it for him wholesale. A Bush nameplate, per this original drawing, would then be affixed to the finished car. Bush cars were built by Sphinx, York, Pa.; Piedmont, Lynchburg, Va.; Norwalk, Martinsburg; Huffman and Crow-Elkhart, Elkhart, Ind. June 1, 1920. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Bush, Chicago, Illinois, Sphinx, York, Pennsylvania, Piedmont, Lynchburg, Virginia, Norwalk, Martinsburg, Huffman, Crow-Elkhart, Elkhart, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 245.00

10746. Cadillac automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique dealer-installed Moto-Meter. Feb. 2, 1924. Uniquely styled mediaeval knight with sword and shield, custom designed for Genessee (N.Y.?) Cadillac. Charming and unusual. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Cadillac, Detroit, Michigan, Genessee, New York, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 220.00

10747. Cadillac automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Feb. 10, 1920. "Standard of the World." Traditional crest; scroll beneath. Lacking blank lower left corner of black board. The finished master artwork of one of the most-recognized symbols in the world. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Cadillac, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 895.00

10748. Canadian Motors Limited, automobiles. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Apr. 13, 1928. Exquisitely rendered otter on a log. 5-1/2 x 6. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Canadian Motors Limited, Canada, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 295.00

10749. Carmer Motor Company, automobiles. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. May 10, 1920. Centerville, Iowa. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Carmer Motor Company, Centerville, Iowa, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. Unlisted in Kimes. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 220.00

10750. Carroll automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Made only from 1921-22, the Carroll was one of the more distinctive cars on the road, with its radiator recessed 7-1/2" behind the front axle. Memorabilia of any description relating to this marque is excessively rare. Apr. 12, 1920. Flamboyant Coca-Cola-style script of this costly, distinctive, and short-lived Ohio car. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Carroll, Carroll Six, Lorain, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 320.00

10751. Casco Speed Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Memorabilia of any description relating to this marque is excessively rare. "Made in Maine." Mar. 8, 1922. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Casco, Casco Speed Truck, Maine, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 320.00

10752. Chalmers automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. A marque with a rich history, Chalmers-Detroits were not only found in the garages of Vanderbilts and Rockefellers but were owned by the likes of Jesse Vincent, future Chief Engineer of Packard. In 1912, Chalmers won the Glidden Trophy; and soon enjoyed success at Pikes Peak and the Sheepshead Bay 24-hour marathon. The Chalmers would evolve into the first Chrysler. "The Master 'Six.'" Mar. 25, June 30, and Oct. 23, 1914. One of the earliest items in the archive; lettered in white on black. Corner defects. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Chalmers, Detroit, Michigan, Maxwell, Chrysler, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 295.00

10753. Chevrolet automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. May 16, 1928. Finished master of winged wheel and bowtie emblem. 5-3/4 x 6-1/4. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Chevrolet, Detroit, Flint, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 395.00

10754. Chevrolet automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Nov. 9, 1928(?). Finished master of bowtie-only variant. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Chevrolet, Detroit, Flint, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 395.00

10755. Chevrolet automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used evidently on a pedal car. By this time, the Moto-Meter Company had suffered a significant business decline, due both to the removal of water temperature gauges from the radiator neck to the dashboard, and the Depression. They offered their expertise in miniaturist etching to manufacturers of pedal cars, for faux nameplates and "speedometer" faces to adorn these childrens' toys. Highly unusual and rare. N.d. Nameplate, india ink. Probably for a Chevrolet pedal car of the 1930's. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Chevrolet, Detroit, Flint, Michigan, Toy, Pedal Car, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork.  Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 295.00

10756. Chrysler Airflow automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their logo. N.d. Original artwork for intaglio etched and enameled interior nameplate device. Two drawings, showing front and back, in maroon and black inks, and pencil, together with artist's tissue overlay with notes, and kraft overwrap. "1 bronze 'die]" pencilled on overwrap. Unusual. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Chrysler Airflow, Art Deco, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 495.00

10757. Citroen automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. May 28, 1924. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Citroen, France, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. view scan 1 | view scan 2.  220.00

10758. Clydesdale Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Aug. 23, 1920. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Clydesdale, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10759. Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique company-installed Moto-Meter. A curious item: "Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co., Hartford...Motoco...." Evidently a special logo to be used atop the radiators of Colt-owned vehicles, to prevent theft of their Moto-Meters! (The practice of branding spark plugs by utilities, bakeries, and others with large fleets was well underway.) Bearing five dates between Mar. 18, 1926 and Jan. 3, 1927. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co., Colt, Hartford, Gun, Pistol, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 270.00

10760. Commander automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Commander memorabilia of any description is rare. "Chicago, Ill. U.S.A." Aug. 22, 1923. Only one car was built, in fact an Ogren, a handsome Milwaukee-built car, with "Commander" badge and hubcaps. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Commander, Chicago, Illinois, Ogren, Milwaukee, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 345.00

10761. Courier automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Courier memorabilia of any description is rare; descended from the Maibohm, the Courier was only offered for the 1923 model year. Nov. 23, 1922. Exquisite miniature Mercury within their logo. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Courier, Sandusky, Ohio, Maibohm, Arrow Motors, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10762. Craig Tractor. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. June 9, 1918. Large, bold logo of this Cleveland-built tractor, believed the only industrial or farm vehicle to sport a Moto-Meter. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Farm, Tractor, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Craig Tractor, Cleveland, Ohio, Antique Tractor, Old Tractor, Vintage Tractor. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 320.00

10763. Crow Elk Hart automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. In early 1919, this modest marque - their capacity was thirty cars per day - was reorganized, but another receiver would be appointed in 1922. Oct. 9, 1919. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Crow Elk Hart, Crow-Elkhart, Elkhart, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 320.00

10764. Cruse-Crawford automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. July 5, 1922. Birmingham, Ala. Unlisted in Kimes thus, but possibly a local distributor of the Maryland-made Crawford, though total production that year was only 54 cars! Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Cruse-Crawford, Birmingham, Alabama, Crawford, Moller, Hagerstown, Maryland, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 220.00

10765. Cunningham automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "Cunningham were among the most handsome cars in America and the most expensive as well...reaching as high as $9000...Clientele included Mary Pickford, Harold Lloyd, William Randolph Hearst, Fatty Arbuckle and Cecil B. De Mille...."--"Standard Catalog of American Cars, 1805-1942." N.d. but c. 1922. Lovely white-on-black-ink scroll, "The Cunningham Car," on circular board. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Cunningham, Rochester, New York, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10766. D(etroit) A(ir) C(ooled) automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Closely modeled, both stylistically and technically, on the Franklin, it is not believed that any vehicles were built at their Detroit plant in 1922, other than two show cars, and by 1923 the firm, moved to Wayne, would be defunct. Memorabilia of any description for this marque is excessively rare. N.d. but probably 1922. Circular board. A curious inclusion, as the Moto-Meter, being by definition a water temperature gauge, albeit an ornate one, would be unexpected on an air-cooled vehicle! Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, D.A.C., DAC, Detroit Air Cooled, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork.  Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 370.00

10767. D.T.M. automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Unlisted in "Standard Catalog of American Cars, 1805-1942," and presumed obscure and of the utmost rarity. N.d. but probably c. 1922. Circular board. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, D.T.M., Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 340.00

10768. Daniels automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Each car tailored for individual preference, the radiator shell and core were cast together of one piece of pewter! A formidable automobile, typically weighing about 6,000 pounds, the Daniels was distinguished by its Fleetwood custom coachwork. N.d. but probably c. 1922. Circular board. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Daniels, Reading, Pennsylvania, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 425.00

10769. Dart Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Apr. 8/9, 1927. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Dart Truck, Waterloo, Iowa, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 270.00

10770. Deering Magnetic automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. A remarkable automobile, the Town Car costing $6,500 new, it combined a Dorris motor with Owen Magnetic's Entz transmission, the whole designed by Karl H. Martin, engineer of the Roamer, Kenworthy, and Wasp. Production lasted only two model-years. Memorabilia of any description for the marque is rare. June 27, 1918. Three swans' wings propelling a modernistic cam. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Deering Magnetic, Chicago, Illinois, Dorris, St. Louis, Missouri, Owen Magnetic, Karl H. Martin, Roamer, Kenworthy, Wasp, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork.  Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 345.00

10771. Defiance Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Mar. 15, 1929. Heavily inked master artwork. Perhaps the latest item in the archive. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Defiance Truck, Defiance, Ohio, Turnbull Wagon Company, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 245.00

10772. Delage automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Feb. 4, 1929. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Delage, France, French, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 425.00

10773. Derby automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Oct. 24, 1923. "Built of the Best / Winnipeg, Canada." Imprint of Moto-Meter of Canada. In all, six hours spent by artist on this charming oval. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Derby, Winnipeg, Canada, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10774. Detroiter automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. N.d. but not later than 1917. Handsome eagle on shield, "Made in Detroit USA." Circular board. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Detroiter, Briggs-Detroiter, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 325.00

10775. Denby Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Feb. 28, 1921. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Denby, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 245.00

10776. Dependable Truck and Tractor. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Built only from 1918 to 1923. July 28, 1919. Splendid simulated serrated seal with ribbon. "Galesburg, Ill." Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Tractor, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Dependable Truck and Tractor, Galesburg, Illinois, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Antique Tractor, Old Tractor, Vintage Tractor. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 325.00

10777. Diamond automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Unlisted in "Standard Catalog of American Automobiles, 1805-1942." July 10, 1922. St. Joseph, Mo. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Diamond, St. Joseph, Saint Joseph, Missouri, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 220.00

10778. Dominion automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Mar. 22, 1928. Canadian. 5-1/2 x 6-1/4. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Dominion, Canada, Canadian, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 440.00

10779. Dorris automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Sept. 1, 1916. Circular board. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Dorris, St. Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10780. Dort automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "Own a Dort / You Will Like It." N.d. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Dort, Flint, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 140.00

10781. Drexel automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Begun in 1916, the firm was bankrupt by the summer of 1917. "Probably no more than pilot models of the new Drexel had ever been built."--"Standard Catalog of American Cars." N.d. but c. 1916. Circular board. Successor to Farmack of Chicago. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Drexel, Farmack, Chicago, Illinois, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 325.00

10782. Drummond automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Drummond memorabilia of any description is excessively rare; we have never seen an example of sales literature, nor hubcap or emblem for the marque. For 1917, all Drummonds were V-8's, a feature still fairly distinctive at the time. Sept. 1, 1916. Circular board. Omaha, Neb. "...precious few of them were built...."--Kimes. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Drummond, Douglas Motor Corporation, Omaha, Nebraska, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 340.00

10783. Duesenberg automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. This is the original, finished, signed artwork for the logo of the first commercially-produced Duesenberg, the Model A. No other exists. "Indeed, it would be the 1922 model year before the car was available...."--"Standard Catalog of American Cars." Nov. 2, 1921. Initialed twice by artist C. F(ranz), and by two supervisors. Executed in white ink over black, depicting the vaunted eagle, as used on radiator and cowl emblems as well. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Duesenberg, Elizabeth, New Jersey, Indianapolis, Indiana, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. Of the utmost historical interest and importance. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 7,450.00

10785. Durant automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Apr. 24, 1922. "Sold by Toronto Durant Co...." Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Durant, Elizabeth, New Jersey, Long Island City, New York, Flint, Michigan, Toronto, Canada, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 220.00

10786. Durant automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Apr. 17, 1928. Small, Junior style, with retouched gargoyle-and-wreath emblem. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Durant, Elizabeth, New Jersey, Long Island City, New York, Flint, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 240.00

10787. Edwards Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. One of a handful of vehicles built in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1912 "H.J. Edwards and C.G. Stoddard (formerly of Stoddard-Dayton) took over the Longest 'truck] enterprise and incorporated the Edwards Motor Car Co. to carry on commercial vehicle manufacture...."--"Standard Catalog of American Cars." The only relic of this marque we've ever had. Mar. 8, 1920. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Edwards, Longest, Louisville, Kentucky, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. Of utmost rarity. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 445.00

10788. Elcar automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Feb. 2, 1920. "Elkhart Carriage & Motor Car Co...." Handsome. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Elcar, Elkhart Carriage and Motor Car Company, Elkhart, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10789. Elcar automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Jan. 19, 1927. Highly modernistic. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Elcar, Elkhart Carriage and Motor Car Company, Elkhart, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 325.00

10790. Elcar automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Nov. 21, 1927. Superlative sea monster rendered in miniature, in white and black inks, above "Elcar" banner, on shield, "A Well Built Car." Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Elcar, Elkhart Carriage and Motor Car Company, Elkhart, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10791. Elgin Six automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. July 7, 1919. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Elgin, Elgin Six, Argo, Joliet, Illinois, Watch, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10792. Empire automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "In late Dec. 1909, when the last brick (a gold-plated one) was ceremonially laid on the new Indy Speedway, the first car to try out the track was the new Empire, the first one off the line...In 1911 Harry C. Stutz was hired as a consulting engineer for the Empire...."--"Standard Catalog of American Cars." Nov. 30, 1917. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Empire, Indianapolis, Indiana, Greenville, Pennsylvania, Indianapolis 500, Indy, Speedway, Racing, Stutz, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 325.00

10793. Essex automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Dec. 22, 1919. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Essex, Detroit, Michigan, Hudson, Terraplane, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10794. Essex Super Six automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Mar. 8, 1927. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Essex, Detroit, Michigan, Hudson, Terraplane, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10795. Erskine automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Nov. 29, 1927. Small logo photoprint on ornate board. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Erskine, Studebaker, South Bend, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 195.00

10796. Falcon-Knight automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Intended by John Willys to bridge the gap between the Whippet and the Willys-Knight. Production commenced in 1927, and by the following year it was over, the plant turned over to the production of Willys bodies. Dec. 16, 1927. Small retouched, assembled photoprint on ornate board. Extraordinary detail and precision. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Falcon-Knight, Falcon Knight, Willys, Elyria, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 220.00

10797. Falcon-Knight automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Intended by John Willys to bridge the gap between the Whippet and the Willys-Knight. Production commenced in 1927, and by the following year it was over, the plant turned over to the production of Willys bodies. June 16, 1927. Larger size. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Falcon-Knight, Falcon Knight, Willys, Elyria, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 240.00

10798. Falcon-Knight automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Intended by John Willys to bridge the gap between the Whippet and the Willys-Knight. Production commenced in 1927, and by the following year it was over, the plant turned over to the production of Willys bodies. June 15/16, 1927. Largest size. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Falcon-Knight, Falcon Knight, Willys, Elyria, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 270.00

10799. Fageol automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Characterized for decades by their distinctive row of finned ventilators atop the hood, Fageol underwent a number of corporate changes, ultimately renamed Peterbilt in 1939, though a specialized line of streamlined furniture vans continued to bear the Fageol name into the '50's. Nov. 29, 1927. Makers of trucks and flamboyant parlor coaches. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Fageol, Oakland, California, Kent, Ohio, American Car & Foundry Company, Detroit, J.G. Brill Company, Philadelphia, Twin Coach, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10800. Federal Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Feb. 25, 1926. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Federal Truck, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10801. Fergus automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. A remarkably advanced car, with a fascinating story, the Fergus was to be built in Ireland and exported to the U.S. Because of shortage of materials during the War, and a chassis price that reached $8,500 in 1922, only three were ever built. Fergus memorabilia of any description is excessively rare. Nov. 29, 1920. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Fergus, Newark, New Jersey, Belfast, Ireland, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10802. Fiat automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "The Master Car." Dec. 21, 1925. For use in Australia. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Fiat, FIAT, American Fiat, Poughkeepsie, New York, Australia, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10803. Fleet Arrow / Pierce-Arrow automobile and truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. The Fleet Arrow name was used on a range of Pierce vehicles, from professional cars on limousine chassis, to trucks. Aug. 7, 1928. Commercial model range of the maker of high-grade cars. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Fleet Arrow, Pierce-Arrow, Buffalo, New York, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 345.00

10804. Flint automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Aug. 24, 1923. Charming logo incorporating two flint arrowheads. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Flint, Durant, Long Island City, New York, Elizabeth, New Jersey, Flint, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 270.00

10805. Ford automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork masters of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. "For the Model A Ford Car." Mar. 9, 1928-Oct. 31, 1929. Two pieces, one on board, 5-3/4 x 6-1/4, black on white, and one on paper, silhouetted by hand by artist, 2 x 2-3/4 irregular, found clipped to kraft flap, evidently as an alternate style. (Because of Moto-Meter's inability to reach an agreement with Henry Ford, the Ford Moto-Meter design is believed to have been offered as an aftermarket accessory. It is nonetheless a desirable and important artifact of one of the most significant automobiles of its era.) Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Ford, Model A, Dearborn, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 890.00

10806. Gardner automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Sept. 16, 1920. Customized for "Granville Motor Co., Distributors, Oxford, N.C." Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Gardner, St. Louis, Missouri, Oxford, North Carolina, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 120.00

10807. Gary Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. July 17, 1924(?). One of the more unusual designs in the collection, depicting stylized factories behind the Gary logo, with tall stacks spewing plumes of smoke. "Efficiency - Reliability - Durability - Simplicity - Economy." Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Gary Truck, Gary, Indiana, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10808. General Motors Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. With "GMC" logo. Dec. 15, 1927. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Coach, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, General Motors Truck, G.M.C., GMC, Yellow Coach, Pontiac, Michigan, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 345.00

10809. Geronimo automobile and truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Geronimo automobile items of any description are virtually uncollectible; one of the foremost literature collectors had only one piece, torn and incomplete, in his lifelong collection. The original artwork for this logo is a remarkable item. N.d. but c. 1917. Circular board. Superlative illustration of Chief Geronimo in profile, in shield, with wreath. "...Enid, Okla." An attractive, quality car, about 100 were exported to France; a factory fire in 1920 led to the firm's demise. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Geronimo, Indian, Chief, American Indian, Enid, Oklahoma, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 640.00

10810. Ghent automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. In business from 1916-18, only a small number of cars were sold. N.d. but c. 1916. Exquisite coat of arms, with three rampant lions. Lovely. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Ghent, Chicago, Ottawa, Illinois, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 425.00

10811. Godin automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Feb. 20, 1914. Believed the earliest item in the archive. Evidently for use in France. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Godin, France, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10812. Gotfredson Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "Walkerville." Dec. 11, 1926. American-owned Canadian truckmaker. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Gotfredson, G & J, Walkerville, Ontario, Canada, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 370.00

10813. Gramm Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Their plant today owned by Fruehauf. Oct. 7, 1926. Splendid white and black ink logo, featuring knight on shield bearing a heart. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Trailer, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Gramm, Fruehauf, Delphos, Ohio, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 345.00

10814. Gramm Kincaid Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Probably the most ephemeral of Gramm's enterprises, this name was used only in 1925-26. Memorabilia of any description relating to this marque is excessively rare. "Pioneers." July 22, 1925. Trucks. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Gramm Kincaid, Gramm, Lima, Delphos, Ohio, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10815. Gray automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Oct. 9, 1922. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Gray, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 145.00

10816. Gray Dort automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Sept. 17, 1927. Canadian. Heavily retouched assembled master. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Gray Dort, Gray, Canada, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 190.00

10817. Hudson automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "Super Six." N.d. Retouched assembled master print on board. "Made Especially for Hudson Motor Car Co...." Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Hudson, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 245.00

10818. Hudson automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "Super Six." Feb. 2, 1920. Larger image than preceding lot, customized for St. Louis Hudson Distributor. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Hudson, Detroit, Michigan, St. Louis, Missouri, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 225.00

10819. Hahn Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. From their Hamburg, Pa. period. "Motor Trucks." Sept. 2, 1924. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Hahn, Hamburg, Allentown, Pennsylvania, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10820. HAL Twelve automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. A high-grade car made only from 1916-1918, one of an exalted group boasting 12-cylinder engines. N.d. but c. 1916. Circular board. A striking piece, with bird's-eye view of a V-12 engine block, encircled with "The HAL Motor Car Co. / Cleveland - Ohio." Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, HAL, H.A.L., HAL Twelve, Hal, Lozier, Cleveland, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 425.00

10821. Hall Truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Made from 1915-1922, they specialized in large trucks, up to 7-ton capacity; "all models used 4-cylinder Continental engines and 3-speed gearboxes. Very few changes were made in the models from the beginning to the end." Memorabilia of any description for this marque is rare. "Made Especially For Lewis-Hall Motors Corp. of Detroit...." Oct. 19, 1921. Unlisted in "Standard Catalog of American Cars...." Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Hall, Lewis-Hall Motors Corporation, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 345.00

10825. Hassler automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Lasting less than one year, their total production is believed to have been the few cars exhibited at the Chicago Show that summer. Memorabilia of any description relating to this marque is rare. N.d. but prob. 1917. Circular board. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Hassler, Indianapolis, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10826. Haynes automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "America's First Car." May 5, 1922. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Haynes, Haynes Apperson, Kokomo, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 240.00

10827. Haynes automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Style as our preceding lot (#10826), but medium size, and apparently intended to be customized with motorist's name! May 19, 1921. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Haynes, Haynes Apperson, Kokomo, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork.  Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 270.00

10828. Haynes automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Style as our preceding lots (#10826, 10827), but jumbo size. May 19, 1921. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Haynes, Haynes Apperson, Kokomo, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 325.00

10829. Haynes Junior Six automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Different style logo. N.d. but 1917. Circular board. Possibly a speculative design; a "Light Six" was made from 1917-21, but we find no record of manufacture of a "Junior Six." Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Haynes, Haynes Apperson, Kokomo, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 295.00

10830. Henderson automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. The Henderson family later became prominent as motorcycle manufacturers. Feb. 7-Sept. 3, 1914, their last year as automakers. Excessively early, highly attractive Maltese Cross logo, executed in white ink on heavily inked black background, on double-thick board. Signed in white ink. Transportation, Automobile, Motorcycle, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Henderson, Cole, Indianapolis, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 425.00

10831. Highlander Six automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Mar. 17, 1919. "Made Especially For Midwest Motor Co., Kansas City, Mo." Few cars built. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Highlander Six, Hylander, Midwest Motor Company, Kansas City, Missouri, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10832. Hispano-Suiza automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. N.d. but circular board suggests c. 1917-1919. Magnificent drawing in white and black inks of the winged propeller logo. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Hispano-Suiza, Barcelona, Spain, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 1,490.00

10833. Howard automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "Quality / The A. Howard Co. / Galion, O. U.S.A." N.d. but believed 1916. Made for one year only. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Howard, A. Howard Company, Galion, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Howard items of any description are excessively rare. 345.00

10834. Houghton truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. July 12, 1916-May 28, 1917. Unlisted in Kimes; evidently the Marion, Ohio-built 1-ton commercial vehicle, made only from 1915-17, usually fitted with proprietary hearse coachwork. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Hearse, Funeral Car, Professional Car, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Houghton, Marion, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 345.00

10835. Huffman Six automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Jan. 19, 1920. Handsomely rendered bearskin-H logo, "...Elkhart, Indiana." Dated early in their first year of production. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Huffman, Elkhart, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 325.00

10836. Hulsebus automobile(?). The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Feb. 9, 1920. Highly ornate. Unlisted in Kimes' and Georgano's car and truck encyclopaediae, respectively. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Hulsebus, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 270.00

10837. Ideal Service automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Mar. 8, 1920. Possibly for the Ideal of Allentown, Pa., an export-only car made by the Bethlehem Motor Truck Corp. for 1920 only. Unusual. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Ideal, Ideal Service, Allentown, Pennsylvania, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 370.00

10838. Illinois Super Drive truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Jan. 16, 1919. Unlisted in Kimes' and Georgano's car and truck encyclopaediae, respectively. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Illinois Super Drive, Illinois, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Items of any description relating to this marque are excessively rare. 370.00

10839. Indiana Motor Trucks automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Apr. 30, 1926, and revised Apr. 8, 1930 -- exceptionally late for use of the Moto-Meter on new vehicles. From 1927-32, the firm was owned by Brockway, then by White from 1932 to the end of the marque c. 1940. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Indiana Motor Trucks, Brockway, Marion, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 370.00

10840. Imperial Omnibus automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Jan. 9, 1922. Delightful scroll design. Unlisted in Georgano's "The Complete Encyclopedia of Commercial Vehicles." Transportation, Automobile, Bus, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Imperial Omnibus, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10841. International Motor Trucks. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Mar. 22, 1928. The original finished artwork for the famous three-diamond logo. Transportation, Automobile, Bus, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, International, International Harvester, Chicago, Illinois, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 445.00

10842. Jackson automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. N.d. but pre-1923. Circular board. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Jackson, Jackson, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 270.00

10843. Jacquet Flyer automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Intended to compete with the Stutz Bearcat, only one car was built. May 24, 1920. Unusual stylized lettering. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Jacquet Flyer, Belding, Michigan, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Jacquet Flyer items of any description are excessively rare. 445.00

10844. Jeffery automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Made by Thomas Jeffery, father of the Rambler. Sept. 24, 1914, with five additional dates to Dec. 12, 1917. Curious glue remnants in blank margins, suggesting that when Jeffery ceased production, the draftsman, not wanting to discard the backing, reused it for a Marmon logo! Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Jeffery, Rambler, Nash, Kenosha, Wisconsin, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10845. Jewett automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. May 23 and June 16, 1923. "6-1/2 hours" beneath artist's signature. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Jewett, Paige-Detroit, Paige, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10846. Jewett automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "A Thrifty Six Built by Paige." Apr. 7, 1923. A custom design for Paige Wisconsin, their Milwaukee-based distributor. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Jewett, Paige-Detroit, Paige, Detroit, Michigan, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 180.00

10847. Jordan automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Mar. 5, 1927. Dramatic, exceptionally pristine original artwork for one of the most talked-about marques of the Roaring Twenties. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Jordan, Cleveland, Ohio, Somewhere West of Laramie, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 490.00

10848. Kelsey automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "Friction Drive." Oct. 31, 1921. Remarkably rendered motif suggesting the dynamic movement of his friction drive. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Kelsey, Newark, Belleville, New Jersey, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Kelsey items of any description are rare. 425.00

10849. La Salle automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Apr. 27, 1927. Inspired by the Hispano-Suiza, the first La Salles had just been introduced in March of that year. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, La Salle, LaSalle, Cadillac, General Motors, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 590.00

10851. Lincoln automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. "Leland Built." N.d. but job stamp and markings on verso. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Lincoln, Ford, Leland, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Classic Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 625.00

10852. Maibohm automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. June 9, 1919. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Maibohm, Racine, Wisconsin, Sandusky, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 320.00

10853. Marmon automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. May 10, 1920. Large artwork for their aviation-inspired logo. "Champion Liberty Motor Builders / Nordyke & Marmon Co...." Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Marmon, Indianapolis, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Classic Car, World War I, W.W. I, WWI, Liberty, Aeroplane, Airplane, Motor. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 290.00

10854. Marmon automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. N.d. but bel. 1920. The entire Moto-Meter rendered IN COLOR atop the radiator cap, in midnight blue, persimmon, black and white, with Dutch blue surround and *genuine gold leaf* wings, ribbon, background behind plane, and logo. Brilliant luster, and the only piece in the archive thus. Evidently prepared for approval by Marmon directors. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Marmon, Indianapolis, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Classic Car, World War I, W.W. I, WWI, Liberty, Aeroplane, Airplane, Motor. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 790.00

10855. Marmon automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Aug. 4, 1919. Custom design: "Manufactured Especially for Marmon Chicago...." Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Marmon, Indianapolis, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Classic Car, Chicago, Illinois. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 240.00

10856. Martin automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Apr. 28, 1915. Perhaps the obscure Chicago marque, of which manufacture is doubted. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Martin, C.A. Martin Manufacturing Company, Chicago, Illinois, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Of utmost rarity. 390.00

10857. Master Trucks. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Apr. 11, 1921. Dramatic, powerfully styled logo. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Master Trucks, Chicago, Illinois, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 245.00

10858. Maxim Trucks. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Apr. 29, 1921. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Fire Engine, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Maxim, Middleboro, Massachusetts, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 345.00

10859. Mercedes-Benz automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. "Made Especially For Mercedes Repair Co., New York." Oct. 19, 1921. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Mercedes, Mercedes-Benz, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Classic Car, German Car, Germany. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Mercedes items from this period are very scarce; artwork relating to their presence in America is virtually uncollectible. 220.00

10860. Merit automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Dec. 13, 1920. Short-lived marque: total production was between fifty and seventy-five cars only. Transportation, Automobile, Bus, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Merit, Cleveland, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Merit items of any description are very rare. 370.00

10861. Chevrolet Truck. 1995 Chevrolet Blazer full-color catalogue, 9-1/4 x 11, (36) pp. plus two full gatefolds, one in text and one at inside back cover. Very high-gloss varnish throughout, with magnificent beauty and scenic photography. Striking centerfold photo of purple metallic 4x4 against red sandstone lava beds. Elsewhere, double-page view of teal green metallic 4x4 towing a Bombardier jet ski. July 1994. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Chevrolet, Blazer, 4x4, 4 x 4, Sport Utility Vehicle, S.U.V., SUV. New Old Stock, in mint condition. (Quantity available; inquire for discounts.) Ea., 4.99

10862. Chevrolet Truck. 1995 Chevrolet S-Series Pickup full-color catalogue, 9-1/4 x 11, (36) pp. plus two full gatefolds, one in text and one at inside back cover. Very high-gloss varnish throughout, with magnificent beauty and scenic photography. July 1994. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Chevrolet, S-Series, Pickup, 4x4, 4 x 4, Sport Utility Vehicle, S.U.V., SUV. Striking photos of purple metallic on white-sand beach in front of surfboards. Elsewhere, double-page view of fire-engine red 4x4 in deep snow; teal green metallic pickup at a construction site; fabulous photo of brilliant blue metallic 4x4 on mass of cinder blocks; quicksilver metallic pickup in black basalt landscape; more. New Old Stock, in mint condition. (Quantity available; inquire for discounts.) Ea., 4.99

10863. Chevrolet Truck. 1995 Chevrolet Commercial Trucks full-color catalogue, 9-1/4 x 11, 44 pp.Very high-gloss varnish throughout, with magnificent beauty and scenic photography. Offering full range of pickup chassis, up to 183.5 in. wheelbase, with exhaustive technical specifications. Including commercial models of Astro and Lumina Cargo Minivans, panel vans, 15-passenger Sportvans, Blazer, Tahoe, Suburban, and Forward Control Step Van with aluminum body. July 1994. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Commercial, Chevrolet, Astro, Lumina Cargo Minivans, Panel Vans, Sportvans, Blazer, Tahoe, Suburban, Forward Control Step Van, 4x4, 4 x 4, Sport Utility Vehicle, S.U.V., SUV. Striking photos of variety of models and configurations in service. New Old Stock, in mint condition. (Quantity available; inquire for discounts.) Ea., 4.99

10864. Buick. 1992 Buick full-color catalogue, 9 x 10-3/4 oblong, 44 pp. Very high-gloss varnish throughout, with magnificent beauty photography. Showing full range of models, including Park Avenue Ultra, Riviera, Regal, LeSabre, Skylark, Century, and Roadmaster Sedan and Estate Wagon. July 1992. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Park Avenue Ultra, Riviera, Regal, LeSabre, Skylark, Century, Roadmaster Sedan, Roadmaster Estate Wagon. Striking photos of variety of models and configurations. New Old Stock, in mint condition. (Quantity available; inquire for discounts.) Ea., 4.99

10865. Chevrolet. 1991 Chevrolet color selector folder, "Passenger Car Exterior Colors," containing 27 actual mirror-gloss paint chip samples for all models, plus 10 for Corvette. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Corvette, Colors, Paints, Samples, Metallic . Opening to 8-1/2 x 11. Extremely attractive. New Old Stock, and in mint condition. (Quantity available; inquire for discounts.) Ea., 2.99

10870. Jane Koester and Rose Adkins, editors. Writer's Market '76. "Where to sell what you write - 5,137 paying markets for novels, stories, fillers, plays, articles, gags, verse and photos...100 different categories of markets that buy material from freelance writers." Writer's Digest Books, Cincinnati: 1976, 47th ed. Reference, Writers, Writing, Selling Writing, Articles, Short Stories, Poetry, Novel, Play, Fiction, Filler, Script, Gag, Joke, Photo, Greeting Cards, Vanity Publishers, Verse. 5-3/4 x 8-1/2, 971 pp., pictorial boards, d.j., glossary, index. The quintessential tool for writers and publishers. Including exhaustive lists of vanity publishers, company, consumer, trade, technical, and professional publications, plus buyers of gags, greeting card poetry and prose, authors' agents, and more. Some shelf warp of front board, d.j. worn but complete, else very good and internally clean. Interesting profile of the publishing landscape in the Seventies, almost unrecognizable now. Cheap! .99

10871. Meteor automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. (Piqua, Ohio). Aug. 11, 1919. Superb, with meteor theme. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Meteor, Piqua, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Funeral Car, Hearse, Professional Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Meteor items of any description are scarce. 390.00

10872. Meteor automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. (Philadelphia). Sept. 2, 1919. Fleetwood-bodied, Duesenberg-powered luxury car. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Meteor, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Fleetwood, Duesenberg, Coachbuilt, Coachwork, Custom Body. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Meteor of Philadelphia items of any description are rare. 390.00

10873. Mitchell automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Although production of Mitchell automobiles ended in 1923, the Mitchell name lived on, making fiberglass bodies for the first Corvettes, the Packard dreamcar, and luxury boats! Mar. 16, 1922. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Mitchell, Racine, Wisconsin, Chevrolet Corvette, Packard, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Mitchell items are uncommon. 370.00

10874. Moline-Knight automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. One of the firm's founders, W.H. Vandervoort, succeeded none other than Henry Leland as President of the S.A.E. in 1914. N.d. but believed c. 1914. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Moline-Knight, Dreadnought Moline, East Moline, Illinois, Knight Engine, Root & Vandervoort, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Moline-Knight items of any description are scarce. 345.00

10875. Monroe automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. With a highly interesting history, the Monroe was closely related to the first Chevrolet; indeed, its Vice President was Billy Durant Nov. 4, 1921. By this date in Indianapolis. Pasted over Cleveland logo! Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Monroe, Flint, Pontiac, Michigan, Indianapolis, Indiana, William Durant, Chevrolet, Cleveland, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making.See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Monroe items of any description are very scarce. 370.00

10876. Monte Stone Special automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. N.d. but pre-1920. Circular board. Unlisted in Kimes and Borgeson. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Monte Stone Special, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Racing Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Monte Stone items of any description are virtually uncollectible. 340.00

10877. Moon automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique distributor-installed Moto-Meter. Aug. 25, 1926. Customized for Moon of Philadelphia. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Moon, St. Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Moon items of any description are highly collectible. 270.00

10878. Nash automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. A remarkable, self-made man, Charlie Nash was the fastest cushion stuffer at Billy Durant's Flint Road Cart Company in the early 1890's; by 1912, he was President of General Motors. May 11, 1920. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Nash, Kenosha, Wisconsin, Durant, Dort, Durant-Dort, Flint, Michigan, Jeffery, Rambler, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Probably the most seminal Nash item obtainable. 425.00

10879. Canadian Oakland Six automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique factory-installed Moto-Meter. Aug. 23 and Sept. 28, 1927. Unusual. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Oakland, Pontiac, Michigan, Canada, Canadian, General Motors, Durant, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Canadian Oakland items of any description are very scarce. 290.00

10880. Ogden Motor & Supply Co. automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Unlisted in Kimes; likely a distributor. Mar. 17, 1919. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Ogden, Chicago, Illinois, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork. Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. The first Ogden automobile item we've ever seen. 220.00

10881. Cohasco, Inc. Hundreds of Collectibles from 7 Centuries. Mail/Phone/Fax Auction, plus Fixed-Price section and Reference Books. ****HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS AND DESIRABLE COLLECTIBLES. Send for our 96-page catalogue of collectibles: Autographs, Documents, Presidents, Civil War, Confederate, Black History, Revolutionary War, Authors, Music, Theatre, Photographica, Antiquarian Books, Maps, Prints, Legal, Medical, Science, Newspapers, Movies, Art, Cartoons, WWI/II, Nazi, Posters, Automobile, Aviation, Americana, Political, Judaica, Lincolniana, Military, Ancient Relics, ... 31 collecting specialties!**** Autographs, Presidents, Civil War, Confederate, Black History, Revolutionary War, Authors, Music, Photographica, Maps, Prints, Newspapers, Movies, Art, Cartoons, WWI, WWII, Nazi, Posters, Automobile, Duryea, Reading, Jaguar, Aviation, Americana, Political, Judaica, Lincolniana, Military, Ancient Relics, Auction, Audubon, Beatles, Bogart, Boone, John Brown, Buddha, Carver, Fire, Gehrig, Holocaust, Indians, Irgun, Jabotinsky, Lindbergh, Munster, Nightingale, Revenue Stamps, Schweitzer, Southcott, Titanic. Read the largest-circulation catalogue of its type in North America; established 53 years. Illustrated catalogue, 10.00 by first-class; next catalogue free. Phone 1-914-476-8500, Fax 1-914-476-8573. Closing date January 12, 1999, 8:00 P.M. E.S.T. Or, read entire text on our Website. 10.00

10882. Cohasco, Inc. HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS AND DESIRABLE COLLECTIBLES. Mail/Phone/Fax Auction, plus Fixed-Price section and Reference Books. ****Hundreds of Collectibles from 7 Centuries. Send for our 96-page catalogue of collectibles: Autographs, Documents, Presidents, Civil War, Confederate, Black History, Revolutionary War, Authors, Music, Theatre, Photographica, Antiquarian Books, Maps, Prints, Legal, Medical, Science, Newspapers, Movies, Art, Cartoons, WWI/II, Nazi, Posters, Automobile, Aviation, Americana, Political, Judaica, Lincolniana, Military, Ancient Relics, ... 31 collecting specialties!**** Autographs, Presidents, Civil War, Confederate, Black History, Revolutionary War, Authors, Music, Photographica, Maps, Prints, Newspapers, Movies, Art, Cartoons, WWI, WWII, Nazi, Posters, Automobile, Duryea, Reading, Jaguar, Aviation, Americana, Political, Judaica, Lincolniana, Military, Ancient Relics, Auction, Audubon, Beatles, Bogart, Boone, John Brown, Buddha, Carver, Fire, Gehrig, Holocaust, Indians, Irgun, Jabotinsky, Lindbergh, Munster, Nightingale, Revenue Stamps, Schweitzer, Southcott, Titanic. Read the largest-circulation catalogue of its type in North America; established 53 years. Illustrated catalogue, 10.00 by first-class; next catalogue free. Phone 1-914-476-8500, Fax 1-914-476-8573. Closing date January 12, 1999, 8:00 P.M. E.S.T. Or, read entire text on our Website. 10.00

10885. Old Hickory truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Mar. 14, 1919. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Old Hickory, Kentucky Wagon Works, Kentucky Wagon Manufacturing Company, Louisville, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Andrew Jackson. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. "Old Hickory" items of any description are rare. 370.00

10886. Overland 4 automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Nov. 10, 1919. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Overland, Toledo, Ohio, Willys, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A seminal Overland item. Companion Overland 6 artwork listed separately. 270.00

10887. Overland 6 automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. May 6, 1925. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Overland, Toledo, Ohio, Willys, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A seminal Overland item. Companion Overland 4 artwork listed separately. 270.00

10888. Overland Whippet automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Nov. 29, 1927. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Overland, Whippet, Overland Whippet, Toledo, Ohio, Willys, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A seminal Overland item. Companion Overland 4 and 6 artwork listed separately. 270.00

10889. Overland automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. May 2, 1921. Canadian. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Overland, Whippet, Overland Whippet, Toledo, Ohio, Canada, Canadian, Willys, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A seminal Overland item. Companion Overland 4, 6, and Whippet artwork listed separately. 290.00

10890. Paige automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. One of the most delightful pieces in the archive: an india-ink drawing of the "Pa(i)ge boy," holding the Paige emblem. The artist has pencilled in a miniature hand the various colors desired, comprising brass, silver, blue, and black. Charming and unusually elaborate. Aug. 8, 1927. Curious dating, as production ceased in 1927, and the firm was sold in June of that year to the Graham Brothers. The name "Graham-Paige" survived in the Manhattan telephone book until the 1960's, however, as owners of Madison Square Garden! Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Paige, Jewett, Graham, Graham-Paige, Graham Brothers, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. 390.00

10891. Pan-American automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Several weeks after the firm's Secretary-Treasurer disappeared, a $40,000 shortage was discovered. He was caught, and sentenced to prison, but the firm had to be liquidated. Mar. 11, 1919. Elaborately styled twin hemispheres, spanned by an eagle, with patriotic shield in center. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Pan American, Chicago Light Six, Decatur, Illinois, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Finance, Financial, Embezzlement, Scandal, Swindle. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Pan-American items of any description are scarce. 290.00

10892. Paterson automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. "Made in Flint." Aug. 5, 1918. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Paterson, Flint, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Paterson items of any description are uncommon. 390.00

10893. Peerless automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. May 27, 1924. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Peerless, Cleveland, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A superior Peerless item. 425.00

10894. Penn automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Dec. 8, 1921. A curious item, the best-known Penn automobile having been made only from 1911-12. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Penn, New Castle, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, McKay, Nova Scotia, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Penn items of any description are rare. 220.00

10895. Automobiles Peugeot / Paris. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. "Peugeot Auto Import Co. / N.Y." N.d. but c. 1920. Charming, magnificently executed white ink on black ink Art Nouveau-style logo. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Peugeot, Paris, France, New York City, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, French Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A lovely, unusual Peugeot item. 190.00

10896. Pierce-Arrow automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. N.d. but prob. 1930's. Curious item, possibly for nameplate in a dash instrument. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Pierce-Arrow, Buffalo, New York, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Pierce-Arrow items of this kind are rare, factory files having been discarded shortly after the firm's failure in 1938. 320.00

10897. Pontiac automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Mar. 29-Apr. 7, 1926. Early. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Pontiac, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A splendid Pontiac item. (See other Pontiac variants, listed separately.) 340.00

10898. Pontiac automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Nov. 29, 1927. Junior size. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Pontiac, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A splendid Pontiac item. (See other Pontiac variants, listed separately.) 290.00

10899. Pontiac automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. N.d. but prob. 1930's. Curious item, possibly for nameplate in a dash instrument. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Pontiac, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A splendid Pontiac item. (See other Pontiac variants, listed separately.) 290.00

10900. Pirsch truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. May 3, 1926. Dated the year their first complete fire apparatus debuted. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Fire, Fire Engine, Firefighting, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Pirsch, Peter Pirsch & Sons Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Pirsch items of any description are rare. 440.00

10901. Plymouth automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their logo to be used in this unusual speedometer face, made by the Moto-Meter Company. Apr. 16, 1935. Unusual full-size rendering of Plymouth speedometer, in black, white, red, and grey wash, on ivory illustration board. Signed and dated. A contemporary pencil notation: "Add mile lines." Plymouth ship logo at top. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Plymouth, Chrysler, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Plymouth artwork of this period is very rare. 295.00

10902. Premier automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. N.d. but c. 1920. Outstanding oak-leaf logo, Premier's script and details of leaf inked in white. Circular board. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Premier, Indianapolis, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Premier artwork of any description is virtually uncollectible. 390.00

10903. Preston automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Sept. 2, 1919. Birmingham, Ala.-built marque, a.k.a. Premocar. Choice. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Preston, Premocar, Birmingham, Alabama, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Preston/Premocar items of any description are very rare. 490.00

10904. Purity Jones, for automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. July 8, 1925. Splendid artwork of a young girl, curtseying in billowing dress. "Motoco." Possibly a brand of motor oil. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Purity Jones, Motoco, Oil, Petroleum, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. The first item of its kind we've seen. 245.00

10905. R & V Knight automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Jan. 22, 1923. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, R & V Knight, R&V Knight, Root & Vandervoort Engineering Company, Moline-Knight, Knight Engine, East Moline, Illinois, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. R & V Knight items of any description are scarce. 390.00

10906. Ranger automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. July 26, 1921. Controversial Houston-built marque; "Government charges alleged that the Ranger Six had not been built at all...the factory...was an elaborate stage set on the outskirts of town...."--Kimes. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Ranger, Houston, Texas, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Finance, Fraud, Swindle. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Ranger items of any description are excessively rare. 590.00

10907. Regal automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. N.d. but c. 1915. Circular board. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Regal, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Regal items of any description are uncommon. 340.00

10908. Renault automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. "Agencia Renault / Enrique Abal & Cia. / Buenos Aires / Montevideo." Sept. 9, 1920. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Renault, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, French Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Pirsch items of any description are very rare. 165.00

10909. Reo automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. May 18, 1927. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Reo, Lansing, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A splendid Reo item. Two other Reo Flying Cloud variants listed separately. 270.00

10910. Reo Flying Cloud automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Nov. 9, 1926 and Apr. 7, 1927. Art master depicting famed clipper ship on a stormy sea. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Reo, Lansing, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A splendid Reo item. Two other Reo variants listed separately. 270.00

10911. ReVere automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. July 29, 1918. Dramatic artwork of Paul Revere. Early: production was not under way until the following year. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, ReVere, Revere, Logansport, Indiana, Paul Revere, Duesenberg, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. ReVere items of importance are excessively rare. 390.00

10912. Reynolds truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Apr. 17, 1920. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Reynolds, Mount Clemens, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Reynolds items of any description are excessively rare. 340.00

10913. Richelieu automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Jan. 16, 1922. Intricate logo of this costly, Duesenberg-powered car, lasting only til the following year. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Richelieu, Asbury Park, New Jersey, Duesenberg, Fleetwood, Custom Body, Coachbuilder, Coachwork, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Richelieu items, especially of this calibre, are very rare. 440.00

10914. Roamer automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Sept. 1, 1916. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Roamer, Streator, Illinois, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Roamer items, especially of this calibre, are very rare. 440.00

10915. Rollin automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Nov. 9, 1922 and Apr. 16 and June 5, 1924. Lower right corner lacking, not affecting logo. The 1922 date is significant, as the firm was not formally organized until May 1923, and production only ran from Fall 1923 to late 1925. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Rollin, Cleveland, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Rollin items, especially of this calibre, are very rare. 390.00

10916. Rolls-Royce automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. The only original artwork for the Rolls-Royce logo of this early period in private hands. Some soiling and dampspotting, else highly satisfactory and eminently displayable. Easily a centerpiece for an automotive exhibit. May 26, 1919. Predating the purchase of their Springfield plant by some six months, and a full eighteen months before production of the first American Rolls-Royce. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Rolls-Royce, Springfield, Massachusetts, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A superlative Rolls-Royce item, of historic importance. 7450.00

10917. Ross Eight automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Apr. 17-Oct. 9, 1917. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Ross, Detroit, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Ross items are rare. 390.00

10918. Rugby truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Dec. 24, 1924. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Rugby, Durant, Star, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Rugby items are scarce. 270.00

10919. Ruggles truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Mar. 1, 1925. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Rugby, Saginaw, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Ruggles items are very scarce. 320.00

10920. Saxon automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Oct. 17, 1916. Circular board. Dramatic artwork of their Saxon warrior logo, splendidly executed and signed. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Saxon, Detroit, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Saxon items of this calibre are rare. (Another variant of Saxon emblem listed separately.) 345.00

10921. Honda. Honda S600 and S800 color sales catalogue (separate). Various dates in 1960's. English or Japanese, variously. Transportation, Automobile, Honda, Japanese Car, Sports Car, Racing Car, S600, S800. Several different in stock. Honda sports car literature is very scarce. Request detailed description. Very fine. Ea., 95.00

10922. Chevrolet. Extensive full-color sales catalogue, 1992 Chevrolet. Profusely illustrated, handsomely produced presentation, with spot varnish. Including Cavalier, Beretta, Corsica LT, Camaro, Lumina Coupe, Sedan, and APV, and Caprice. July 1991. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, 1992, Cavalier, Beretta, Corsica LT, Camaro, Z28, Lumina, Caprice, APV, Minivan. 9 x 10-3/4, 102 pp. With dramatic photography of Camaro Z28 and Camaro convertible. Body, trim, and custom two-tone color samples printed throughout. New Old Stock and mint condition. 4.99

10923. Reo Flying Cloud automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Apr. 7 and May 13, 1927. Art master depicting famed clipper ship on a stormy sea. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Reo, Flying Cloud, Lansing, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A splendid Reo item. Two other Reo and Flying Cloud variants, respectively, listed separately. 270.00

10924. Saxon automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Mar. 16, 1920. Different, star-filled shield-style logo, topped with acorns. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Saxon, Detroit, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Another Saxon (warrior) variant listed separately. 320.00

10925. Scripps-Booth automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. May 7, 1921. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Scripps-Booth, Detroit, Michigan, Newspapers, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Scripps-Booth items of any description are uncommon. 345.00

10926. Selden truck. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. "In Built Quality / Motor Trucks." Aug. 11, 1919. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Selden, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Selden items of any description are scarce. 345.00

10927. Seneca automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. "...Built for the Owner." Aug. 8, 1922. "13 hours" in hand of artist! Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Seneca, Fostoria, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Seneca items of any description are rare. 370.00

10928. Standard automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. May 3 and 10, 1928. Similar design seen on sales literature of Pittsburgh-built marque, though here dated several years after cessation of production. This may have been prepared in response to requests from owners of Standards still in service. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Standard, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Standard items of any description are uncommon; variant listed separately. 345.00

10929. Standard automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Variant of our Record 10928. Nov. 16, 1926 and Apr. 19, 1930. Similar design seen on sales literature of Pittsburgh-built marque, though here dated several years after cessation of production. This may have been prepared in response to requests from owners of Standards still in service. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Standard, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Standard items of any description are uncommon; variant listed separately. 345.00

10930. Star automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Nov. 29, 1927. Junior size. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Star, Durant, Elizabeth, New Jersey, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A highly important Star item. 220.00

10931. Sterling-Knight automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Oct. 29, 1923. Delightful logo, showing large Pound-Sterling symbol inked in white against vertical bars. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Sterling-Knight, Knight, F.B. Stearns Company, Phillips Custom Body Company, Cleveland, Warren, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Sterling-Knight items of any description are scarce. 320.00

10932. Studebaker automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Aug. 20, 1926. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Studebaker, South Bend, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A highly important Studebaker item. 370.00

10933. Stutz automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. "The Car That Made Good In A Day." Dec. 4, 1922. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Stutz, Indianapolis, Indiana, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A quintessential Stutz item. 440.00

10934. Summit automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. May 14, 1923. Curious logo of kangaroo and duck, with legend "Advance Australia" in miniature ribbon. Unlisted in Kimes. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Summit, Australia, Duck, Kangaroo, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Understandably excessively rare. 270.00

10935. Sun automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. N.d. but prob. 1916. Heavily inked. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Sun, Buffalo, New York, Elkhart, Indiana, Toledo, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Sun items are rare. 340.00

10936. Washington automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Total production estimated at 25-35 gasoline cars and three steamers. Jan. 16, 1922. Portrait of George Washington in white ink on black and white diamond. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Washington, Eaton, Middletown, Ohio, George Washington, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Washington automobile material is excessively rare; this original artwork is a superlative item. 490.00

10937. Victor truck and bus. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. "Victor Motors Co." Aug. 13, 1926. Elaborately styled logo with ribbons, scroll, and wreath. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Victor, Victor Motors Inc., St. Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Victor material of any description is virtually uncollectible. 445.00

10938. Westcott automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. N.d. but from Springfield, Ohio location. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Westcott, Richmond, Indiana, Springfield, Ohio, , Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Westcott material is uncommon. 370.00

10939. Wills Sainte Claire automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Harold Wills was regarded as one of the three most influential men in Henry Ford's life. Nov. 29, 1927. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Wills Sainte Claire, C. Harold Wills, Marysville, Michigan, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A highly important Wills Sainte Claire item. 290.00

10940. Willys-Knight automobile. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of their radiator emblem logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Nov. 29, 1927. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Willys-Knight, Toledo, Ohio, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A highly important Willys-Knight item. 320.00

10941. American eagle automobile insignia. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of this emblem/logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Feb. 1, 1927. Superlative bald eagle, clutching olive branches and arrows, stars-and-stripes shield between his claws. Possibly used for a patriotic Moto-Meter insert. With, Feb. 1, 1927. White-on-black, finished version of above, in Moto-Meter surround. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, American Eagle, Eagle, Patriotic, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Splendid items. Set, 390.00

10942. American automobile insignia. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of this emblem/logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter product, possibly for a children's pedal car.. Curious lettering, n.d. but 1930's. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, American, Pedal Car, Toy, Toy Car, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Splendid item. 135.00

10943. Elks automobile insignia. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of this emblem/logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. N.d. but c. 1919. Heavily retouched large elk's head, for use on cars of members of the fraternal B.P.O.E. Circular strawboard. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Elks, B.P.O.E., Fraternal Organization, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Splendid item. 290.00

10944. Hi-Speed Fan Belts insignia. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of this emblem/logo, drawn by the Moto-Meter Company, possibly to be used on a retail display. N.d. but early 1930's. Christmas red and green watercolors, with fine red onlay. Probably a design for retail display. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Hi-Speed Fan Belts, Belting, Rubber, Commercial Art, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Splendid item. 120.00

10945. Imperial Clock Corp. insignia. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of this emblem/logo, drawn by the Moto-Meter Company, evidently to be used for zinc die from which actual clock faces were made. June 7 and 12, 1935. Splendid pencil design prepared for this Illinois clock maker, with fine period filigree between each numeral. Accompanying correspondence indicates price, for one hundred dials, 12-1/2" diameter, was just 44¢ each! Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Imperial Clock Corporation, Illinois, Clock, Timepiece, Commercial Art, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Splendid item. 110.00

10946. Nash automobile artwork. Pair of original renderings of Art Deco instruments for Nash dashboard, n.d. but c. 1935. Each 5" diam., red and white on chocolate brown watercolor. Speedometer, and Fuel/Temperature/Oil/Amp gauges. Highly attractive. Made by the Moto-Meter Co. for Nash. Moto-Meter had in earlier decades made one of the most popular radiator ornaments for cars and trucks; nearly every new Nash automobile had one. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Nash, Kenosha, Wisconsin, Art Deco, Instruments, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Splendid items. Set, 340.00

10947. American automobile artwork. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of this emblem/logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter product, possibly for a children's pedal car. C. 1935. Astonishingly realistic original artwork of a miniature dashboard, 3 x 8-1/2, robin's-egg blue, black, white, and red gauges, on walnut-grain background. Speedometer shows 75 m.p.h. Label on verso. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, American, Pedal Car, Toy, Toy Car, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Splendid item. 325.00

10948. American automobile artwork. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of this emblem/logo to be used in this unique Moto-Meter product, possibly for a children's pedal car. C. 1935. Litho on metal variant of previously-listed miniature dashboard, here the speedometer at 65, and the gauge designs changed. In simulated walnut, red, and black. Same dimensions as preceding lot. Highly unusual. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, American, Pedal Car, Toy, Toy Car, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Splendid item. 340.00

10950. Nash automobile artwork. Original design study: N.d. but c. 1935 pencil drawing of instrument cluster for Nash. Multiple Art Deco chevrons in bullseye, with fuel, temperature, amp, and oil gauges arrayed around circle in ovals. Spiderweb glassine overlay. Highly attractive. Made by the Moto-Meter Co. for Nash. Moto-Meter had in earlier decades made one of the most popular radiator ornaments for cars and trucks; nearly every new Nash automobile had one. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Nash, Kenosha, Wisconsin, Art Deco, Instruments, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Splendid item. 270.00

10951. Eleanor Meyer Rogg and Rosemary Santana Cooney. Adaptation and Adjustment of Cubans: West New York, New Jersey. Hispanic Research Center, Fordham University, Bronx, NY, 1980. Monograph No. 5. Sociology, Social Work, Psychology, Urban Studies, City, Hispanic Culture, Cuban, West New York, New Jersey, Fordham University, Bronx, New York. A scholarly study of Cuban migrants and the Cuban community in this New Jersey town, 1968-79, and their links to American society. 93 pp., 26 tables, extensive bibliography. Paperbound. As new. Multiple copies available. 14.25

10952. Electronic Design magazine. Fascinating, oversize trade journal of the fledgling computer and electronics field. Hayden Publishing Co., Inc., N.Y. Aug. 1, 1957. 11-1/4 x 11-1/4, 146 pp., glossy, profusely illus., two-color throughout. Excessively early computer-related periodical; computers at this time were rare, huge, and expensive, with only a handful in operation in the entire country. Wide-ranging articles, including photo on first page of text of output display of "the most powerful computer existent that has a duplicate," at Vanguard Computing Center; "A high speed memory storage unit which can contain up to 32,768 words...has been developed by IBM...."; "What Impresses the Japanese Most?"; Automatic Digital "Computer Studies English Syntax" (but coding done by hand!); Nuclear Powered Timer, "What the Russians Are Writing," Computers, Science, Technology, Electronics, Computers, Computing, Computer History, History of Computers, Radio, Television, I.B.M., IBM, Nuclear, Memory, R.C.A., RCA, Tubes, Lockheed, Missiles, I.C.B.M., ICBM, B-58, Hustler. "Test System for Memory Stores," with 4 illus.; Patents; ads for RCA Computer Transistors, RCA Camera Tubes including night vision for military! (outside back cover); Lockheed Missile Flight Controls, ICBM development; Sylvania "Electron Tube News" centerfold insert, for computer, TV and guided missile tubes; Teflon Terminals for "America's first supersonic bomber, the B-58"; much, much more. Minor edge dust stains, else mint. Multiple copies available; inquire. Fascinating! 21.50

10953. Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Co. Strikingly attractive stock certificate, with choice, exquisitely detailed steel-engraved vignette of their flagship "Greater Detroit." Established in 1850, their Great Lakes overnight steamships an institution, this is dated Jan. 1950, their final year! They had been the oldest and largest passenger-ship line operating on the Great Lakes. "Outwardly the ships resemble a combination of an overgrown Mississippi River steamboat, a vessel of the Hudson River Day Line, and an ocean liner. Inside, they have the gingerbread elegance of an earlier day...D&C stock was considered gilt-edged and blue-chip...." Transportation, Maritime, Ships, Steamships, Navigation, Great Lakes, Lake Erie, Lake Superior, Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company, Detroit, Michigan, Cleveland, Ohio, Buffalo, New York, Georgian Bay, Mackinac, Finance, Financial, Stock Certificate. 7 x 11 oblong, black and orange, 100 shares, engraved by American Bank Note Co. Usual "Canc'l'd" pindot cancellations, minor handling evidence, else very good, clean, and lovely for display. With photocopy of history of the line's swansong years, "The Wonderful Arks of the Great Lakes," originally appearing in "Saturday Evening Post." Moderate quantity, including some near numbers available. JPG scan on our site at: http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Detroit_Cleveland_Stock.JPG 18.50

10954. Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Co. Delightful original color linen souvenir postcard showing their steamer "Western States." Established in 1850, their Great Lakes overnight steamships an institution, this is probably from the 1940's; the Line ceased operations in 1950. They had been the oldest and largest passenger-ship line operating on the Great Lakes. "Outwardly the ships resemble a combination of an overgrown Mississippi River steamboat, a vessel of the Hudson River Day Line, and an ocean liner. Inside, they have the gingerbread elegance of an earlier day...D&C stock was considered gilt-edged and blue-chip...." Transportation, Maritime, Ships, Steamships, Great Lakes, Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company, D. & C. Navigation Co., D&C, Detroit, Michigan, Cleveland, Ohio, Buffalo, New York, Georgian Bay, Mackinac, Postcard. Postally unused. "Published by D. & C. Navigation Co., Detroit." Lovely for display. With photocopy of history of the line's swansong years, "The Wonderful Arks of the Great Lakes," originally appearing in "Saturday Evening Post." Five available; priced each. See also engraved D&C stock certificates, our Record #10953; JPG scan on our site at: http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Detroit_&_Cleveland_Stock.JPG 9.50

10955. Automobile artwork. Speedometer design study. N.d. but early 1930's. 5-3/4 x 7-1/4. Rendered in mocha, warm brown, white, and red pigments. Showing an unidentified but highly styled speedometer, with integral oil, temperature, amp, and gas gauges. Made by the Moto-Meter Co., possibly for Nash. Moto-Meter had in earlier decades made one of the most popular radiator ornaments for cars and trucks; nearly every new automobile between 1916 and 1928 had one. Transportation, Automobile, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Nash, Kenosha, Wisconsin, Art Deco, Instruments, Speedometer, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. Splendid item. 110.00

10957. Trucks and tractors. The original, one-of-a-kind signed artwork master of this "Truck and Tractor Model" design to be used in this unique Moto-Meter. Unidentified but found in original Moto-Meter archive between "Buick" and "Bush" artwork. Perhaps the most beautiful eagle in the entire archive, this in flight, clutching the American flag in its beak. Executed in white on black inks. Apr. 20, 1927. Transportation, Truck, Tractor, Moto-Meter, Motometer, Long Island City, New York, Art, Industrial Art, Industrial Design, Logo, Advertising, Emblem, Radiator Emblem, Eagle, American Eagle, Patriotic, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Antique Tractor, Old Tractor, Vintage Tractor, Agricultural, Farm. The only extant original artwork of its kind, from this vibrant era of auto- and truck-making. See lengthy historical background, together with list of much other original automotive and truck logo artwork, on our site at: http://cohascodpc.com/automobiliana.html Photocopies of artwork by mail only, 4.00 each, deductible against purchase. A lovely item. 225.00

10972. Burt Mills. Restoring Convertibles - From Rags to Riches. A technical how-to restoration guide, the author implores, "The time to choose one for restoration is now, while they are still plentiful...All the information you need...the book concentrates exclusively on those repairs that are peculiar to the convertible, and on the restoration of the body...." Dodd, Mead & Co., N.Y.: 1977. Automobile, Convertible, Auto Restoration, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Corvette, Dodge, Ford, Lincoln Continental, Mercury, Mustang, Nash Metropolitan, Pontiac, Thunderbird. 6 x 9-1/4, 239 pp., grey cloth, color d.j. showing c. 1948 Lincoln Continental convertible, clear overwrap, bibliography, index, many black and white photographs. Including chapters on how to buy a convertible for restoration, estimating costs, removing rust, upholstery, paint, tops, and more. Ex-lib., fore-edges somewhat browned, and lightly bumped from library cart, else internally very fine and clean. Uncommon in hard cover. 29.75

10973. (Mark McGwire.) New York Post. Complete, original newspaper, Sunday, Sept. 6, 1998, "Late City Final." Front-page coverage, "60! McGwire ties Ruth's mark, sets sights on Maris' record." Dramatic pitcher's-eye-view photo of McGwire as he "belts his historic 60th home run yesterday in St. Louis." On back page, massive photo of McGwire as he "follows flight of 60th home run...I Got You, Babe." Inside, a wealth of coverage by news and sports writers of this significant event. Sports, Baseball, Mark McGwire, Mark Mc Gwire, Babe Ruth, Roger Maris, Home Run, Record, St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis, Missouri. "Yankee full-color souvenir pullout inside" not inserted by news dealer, else as new. Issues covering McGwire's 61st, 62nd, 65th and 66th home runs also available. Four copies this issue available; each, 7.25

10974. (Mark McGwire.) New York Post. Complete, original newspaper, Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1998, "Sports Extra." Front-page coverage, "Roger and Me! McGwire ties Maris' record with 61st homer." Dramatic photo of "a jubilant Mark McGwire circl(ing) the bases after slamming a first-inning home run yesterday..."; inset photo of Maris. On back page, massive photo of McGwire, "On father's 61st birthday, McGwire rips No. 61 to tie Maris' mark." Inside, a wealth of coverage by news and sports writers of this significant event. Sports, Baseball, Mark McGwire, Mark Mc Gwire, Babe Ruth, Roger Maris, Home Run, Record, St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis, Missouri. As new. Issues covering McGwire's 60th, 62nd, 65th and 66th home runs also available. Seven copies this issue available; each, 7.25

10975. (Mark McGwire.) New York Daily News. Complete, original newspaper, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1998, "Sports Final." Unusual double-size front cover wraparound with poster-style photo of McGwire: "King of Swing - 62 - McGwire breaks single season home run record." Dramatic, full-tabloid-size photo of McGwire raising his hand triumphantly. Inside, a wealth of coverage of this significant event by some of America's best news and sports writers. Sports, Baseball, Mark McGwire, Mark Mc Gwire, Babe Ruth, Roger Maris, Home Run, Record, St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis, Missouri. Occasional bindery corner fold or fore-edge tear from tying for delivery to newsstand, due to unusual wraparound format, else as new. Issues covering McGwire's 60th, 61st, 65th and 66th home runs also available. Ten copies this issue available; each, 9.95

10991. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Company L, 6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1898-1899." Plate No. 476 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Wonderful depiction of four Black soldiers on a bluff in Puerto Rico, overlooking the sea; Captain seated on a wooden crate reading a letter, as Lt. stands behind him brandishing sword, and soldier picks a tropical flower. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Showing four African-American soldiers: two officers and two soldiers. Company L was a Black-officered and -manned unit within the all white 6th Massachusetts. It was the only Company of Black volunteers to see action (at the Battle of Yauco, on Aug. 26, 1898, on the southern coast of Puerto Rico); all other volunteers were used in occupation duty. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Spanish-American War, Puerto Rico, 6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, African-American, African American, Black, Negro, Troops, Yauco. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) With descriptive text sheet. 9.25

10992. Panama Canal. Original, scarce bond issued by Compagnie Universelle Canal Interoceanique de Panama, Paris, Nov. 29, 1880. 7 x 7-1/2, plus flap with 12 of 27 coupons remaining. Imprint of "Stern, Graveur, Paris." Exquisite design in blue, with map of Western Hemisphere in pale green, stars in the heavens above; steamships sailing toward center of bond, where a Miss Columbia with eagle reaches out to an Indian maiden over the Canal, as a ship steams through. Printed signature of Ferd. de Lesseps; ink signatures of two officers. Having conceived and successfully built Suez Canal, his Panama project was abandoned in 1888 because of financial difficulties. He and his son were sentenced to imprisonment by the French government for misappropriation of funds, but sentences were not carried out. Financial History, Panama Canal, Panama, Canal, Paris, Bond, de Lesseps, Fine Printing, Africa, China. A Chinaman and European hold staves at one side, bearing names of countries of the world; at the other, a Polynesian and African watch the unfolding drama. Fine blind-embossed seal in five locations; oversize "Canal Interoceanique" watermark; two large pictorial tax stamps, "Canal Interoceanique de Panama" tied to integral receipts with 1886 Paris cashier's handstamps. Minor soft edge wrinkles, edge soiling, light wear, else very good. In all, an historic document. 75.00

11008. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "West India Regiments (Dress Uniforms), circa 1870-1900." Plate No. 508 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Sergeant, 1st W.I. Regt., 1874, Bandsman, 1st W.I. Regt., 1874, Lieutenant, 2nd W.I. Regt., 1878, and Private, The W.I. Regt., 1890. Enlargements of their belt buckle and helmet badge at top. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1981. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, West India, West Indies, Bandsman, Musician, Black While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

11009. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "5th Battalion (Colored), Connecticut National Guard, 1884-1890." Plate No. 498 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting four black soldiers at shooting range: Corporal and Captain in Full Dress, First Sergeant, with Overcoat and Forage Cap, and Private in Fatigue Uniform. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, African-American, Black, Colored Troops, 5th Battalion (Colored), Connecticut National Guard, 1884-1890, Corporal, Captain, First Sergeant, Private, Full Dress, Fatigue Uniform While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 9.99

11010. Antique California beer bottle. Thick, glazed ceramic bottle found on site of Chinese laborers' camp in California, 19th century. Believed imported from China. Contained beer. Light grey, approx. 8-3/4" tall, narrow neck, originally had cork top. California, China, Chinese, Immigrant, Immigration, Social History, Labor, Laborer, Beer, Bottle, Antique. Few small brown superficial spots, else very fine. Small quantity available. Unusual conversation piece. 42.50

11015. Ferrari. One-of-a-kind hand-painted sign, "1948 FERRARI 166 Spyder Corsa 2.0 Litre V-12 / The Oldest Ferrari in the World." White on apple-green painted Masonite. Displayed at the renowned Henry Austin Clark, Jr.'s Long Island Automotive Museum, Southampton, New York, in the 1950's, and possibly later. 12 x 24 sign, mounted on matching green wooden staff, in turn nested in beveled wooden base 10 x 10; in all, 36-1/2 inches high. This car was seen by countless thousands at this, one of the oldest automobile museums in the country. (The Smithsonian and the Princeton, Mass. Museums were older.) Clark's Museum closed its doors to the public in the 1970's. With some 400 fine and unusual cars, the colorful Clark was one of the foremost automotive historians; Automobile, Ferrari, Car, Race, Racing, Italy, Italian, Henry Austin Clark, Long Island Automotive Museum, Southampton, New York, Sign his coauthorship of the "Standard Catalog of American Cars, 1805-1942," and regular columns in the early years of "Old Cars" are lasting achievements. Notwithstanding the beauty of brass cars or the majesty of the full classics, this 1948 Ferrari would probably become the most valuable of his exhibits. (Imagine what it is worth today!) Somewhat dusty, else good, and likely the only collectible relic pertaining to this car. With letter of provenance. 345.00

11016. Automobile racing. Old homemade wooden racing car model, late 1930's-40's style. Hand-painted deep red, 8-1/4 in. long. Black disc-style wheels made of wood, plus rear-mounted spare. Original white decales, "Lil Red Rocket"; "Denny" crudely written in black on one side, evidently the little boy whose car this was. Transportation, Automobile, Racing, Race, Car, Model, 193*, 194*, 1930s, 1940s, 1930's, 1940's Tip of nose lacking, not visible from eye level on left side, else highly displayable and good plus. American folk art on an automotive theme. 19.00

11020. Kaiser automobile. Highly unusual promotional "flying saucer," advertising Henry J: white board, diecut in circle, 9" diam. Kaiser-Frazer Sales Corp.: 1950. Transportation, Automobile, Kaiser, Frazer, Kaiser-Frazer, Henry J, Futurism, Space Age, Flying Saucer, Advertising. On one side, bird's-eye view of futuristic flying saucer, with red flames shooting from jet pods; on other, "The Henry J," in casual script within 3-1/8" red circle, and stylized solar-system design, with ad copy in three "orbits": "Costs Less ... to Buy / Costs Less ... to Drive / Costs Less ... to Maintain." Clever, delightful item. Some age browning on text side at periphery, else New Old Stock and wonderful for display. Scan at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/HenryJ_Flying_Saucer_Front.JPG 19.00

11021. Pontiac automobile. C. 1940's Pontiac advertising pencil. Prominent bright-red Indian Chief logo, black text, on pumpkin-orange barrel. "Kellogg Pontiac Sales Corp., Authorized Dealers, 3333 Broadway at 135th St., New York 31, N.Y., AUdubon 6-7600." Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Chief, Indian, Harlem, Manhattan, New York City, Advertising, Pencil Some storage evidence and minor cosmetic blemishes, else New Old Stock, unsharpened, eraser unused and intact, and pleasing for display. Small quantity available. Scan at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Pontiac_Pencil.JPG 8.75

11023. University of Illinois. Delightful old Tuck's postcard, chromolithographed, with bright metallic gold borders around school emblem and edge of card. With charming artwork by F. Earl Christy showing pretty coed sitting atop logo, holding school flag. Cheerleaders' cry below, "Hol-a-ba-loo! Rah! Rah!...Illinois! Wah! Wah!" Printed in Berlin. Postmarked Urbana, Ill., June 3, 1908. Illinois, University of Illinois, Urbana, Washburn, Illinois, F. Earl Christy, Postcard, Tuck's, Berlin, Chromolithography, Cheerleader, Cheerleading. From "Marie Mc," to a gentleman friend in Washburn, Ill. "Did you think that I was never going to answer your postal. It has been very rainy weather ever since you left. Good By(e)." Gold on lower three-eighths of card uniformly darkened to chocolate brown; light edge wear, else fine and attractive. Scan at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/University_Ill_Postcard.JPG 21.50

11025. Chrysler. 1978 Chrysler Cordoba full-color glossy sales catalogue. 8-1/2 x 10-3/4 oblong, 8 pp., self-cover. Handsome photography, including the renowned "Corinthian leather" seats...in fluorescent fuchsia! Form No. 81-005-8002. Print Date Aug. 15, 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Cordoba, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, Seventies. Cars in Tapestry Red Sunfire Metallic and Classic Cream, plus eleven photos of interior appointments, sunroof, dash, padded roof, and more. Exhaustive details of Features, Options, and "Personal Choices," together with color selector. New Old Stock. Seven identical available; priced each. See scan at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/1978_Chrysler_Cordoba.JPG 3.99

11028. Stutz automobile. 1956 advertising blotter showing 1923 H.C.S. ("Harry C. Stutz") automobile in simulated color. Kelly-green coachwork, saddle-brown upholstery, and nickel-plated radiator shell and fittings. With historical caption: "Automemories: This wire-wheeled beauty boasts...horsepower of 80...Wheel base is 126 inches. It has a 'one-man' top and a one-piece ventilating windshield...." Printed by Shaw-Barton, Coschocton, Ohio, and used by one of their advertising specialty and promotional printing representatives in East Orange, N.J. Transportation, Automobile, Stutz, H.C.S., HCS, Harry C. Stutz, Indianapolis, Indiana, Racing, Race, Coschocton, Ohio, East Orange, New Jersey, Advertising, Blotter. Very minor storage evidence, else New Old Stock. Eleven identical available; priced each.  2.75

11029. Hupmobile automobile. Unused pictorial letterhead of Hupmobile dealers Kraekel Brothers, Germantown, Pa., 8-1/2 x 11, black on watermarked cream. With large woodcut at bottom of Hupmobile two-door apparently of period 1922-24. Transportation, Automobile, Hupmobile, Detroit, Michigan, Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1920s, 1920's, Twenties, Letterhead. Light, pleasant uniform edge toning, else New Old Stock. Small quantity available; priced each.  9.25

11033. Du Pont Automotive Refinish Colors. 1979 American Motors paint colors, for Concord, Pacer, Spirit, and Jeep. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/4, interior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 pages, with printed diecut tab. In all, 19 plus 7 samples, respectively. Including striking metallics. Color information for 1976, 1977, and 1978, plus 1979 striping colors, printed on verso. Du Pont, n.d. but c. 1979. Transportation, Automobile, American Motors, Concord, Pacer, Spirit, Jeep, 1979, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Lucite Acrylic Lacquer, Centari Acrylic Enamel, Dulux Enamel, Du Pont, DuPont, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Light wear, dealer's handstamp, else colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall fine. Interesting reflection of the bright colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11036. Du Pont Automotive Refinish Colors. 1979 Chrysler Corporation paint colors, for Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/4, interior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 pages, with printed diecut tab. In all, 27 plus 13 samples, respectively. Including striking metallics. With third printed sheet, 1979 Color, Paint, Trim, Roof, Moulding, and Stripe Information for Dodge Colt, Challenger, Plymouth Champ, Arrow, and Sapporo. Color information for 1976, 1977, and 1978, plus 1979 trunk colors, printed on verso. Du Pont, n.d. but c. 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler Corporation, Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Dodge Colt, Challenger, Plymouth Champ, Arrow, Sapporo, 1979, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Lucite Acrylic Lacquer, Centari Acrylic Enamel, Dulux Enamel, Du Pont, DuPont, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Considerable dust-staining two edges of sheets, dealer's handstamp, but colors lustrous and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall satisfactory. Interesting reflection of the bright colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 9.50

11037. Du Pont Automotive Refinish Colors. 1978 General Motors paint colors, for Buick, Opel, Cadillac, Chevrolet including Corvette, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/4, interior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on four 8 x 11 pages, with printed diecut tab. In all, 37 plus 15 samples, respectively, plus 21 plus 15 Cadillac-specific samples, respectively; grand total 88 chips! Including striking metallics and firemists. Color information for 1975, 1976, and 1977, plus 1978 striping colors and two-tone combinations, printed on verso. Du Pont, n.d. but c. 1978. Transportation, Automobile, General Motors, Buick, Opel, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Corvette, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, 1978, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Lucite Acrylic Lacquer, Centari Acrylic Enamel, Dulux Enamel, Du Pont, DuPont, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Never used in shop, dealer's handstamp, colors lustrous and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall fine. Interesting reflection of the bright colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 12.00

11039. Du Pont Automotive Refinish Colors. 1978 Chrysler Corp. paint colors, for Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/4, interior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on two 8 x 11 pages, with printed diecut tab. In all, 27 plus 11 samples, respectively. Including striking metallics. Color information for 1975, 1976, and 1977, plus 1978 striping colors printed on verso. Du Pont, n.d. but c. 1978. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, 1978, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Lucite Acrylic Lacquer, Centari Acrylic Enamel, Dulux Enamel, Du Pont, DuPont, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Never used in shop, dealer's handstamp, colors lustrous and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall fine. Interesting reflection of the bright colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 9.25

11041. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-63/79. 1979 Cadillac paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 20 samples. Including striking iridescents and firemists. Exhaustive "painted textured metal molding" and stripe color information printed on verso. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, 1979, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Never used in shop, colors lustrous and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. Interesting reflection of the colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11042. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-62/79. 1979 Buick paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 21 samples. Including striking iridescents and firemists. Exhaustive "painted textured metal molding" and trunk finish color information printed on verso. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, 1979, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Never used in shop, colors lustrous and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. Interesting reflection of the colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11044. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-72/79. 1979 Oldsmobile paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 21 samples. Including striking iridescents and firemists. Exhaustive "painted textured metal molding," trunk finish, and stripe color information printed on verso. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, 1979, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Never used in shop, colors lustrous and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. Interesting reflection of the colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11046. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-71/79. 1979 Lincoln, Mark, and Versailles paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 20 samples. Including breathtaking iridescent metallics. Exhaustive "painted textured metal molding" and stripe color information printed on verso. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Mark, Versailles, 1979, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Never used in shop, colors lustrous and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. Interesting reflection of the colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11047. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-80/79. 1979 Mercury paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 29 samples. Including striking iridescent metallics. Exhaustive "painted textured metal molding" and stripe color information printed on verso. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Mercury, Cougar, Grand Marquis, 1979, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Never used in shop, colors lustrous and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. Interesting reflection of the colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. Two identical of this item available; priced each. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11048. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-213/79. 1979 Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury interior paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 26 samples. Including striking iridescent metallics. On same page, evidently complete sampler of six 1979 AMC interior paint colors. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Cougar, Grand Marquis, AMC, American Motors, 1979, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Never used in shop, colors lustrous and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. Interesting reflection of the colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11049. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-212/79. 1979 General Motors interior paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 25 samples. On same page, evidently complete sampler of 11 1979 Chrysler interior paint colors. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1979. Transportation, Automobile, General Motors, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Chrysler, Imperial, 1979, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Never used in shop, colors lustrous and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. Interesting reflection of the colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11050. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-78/78. 1978 American Motors and Jeep paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 17 samples. Complete paint stripe and trunk finish color information printed at bottom. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1978. Transportation, Automobile, American Motors, Jeep, 1978, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Considerable dust soiling, one chip peeled from backing but present, colors cleanable (with car polish!), and satisfactory. Interesting reflection of the colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 1.50

11051. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-212/78. 1978 General Motors interior paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 21 samples. On same page, evidently complete sampler of 9 1978 Chrysler interior paint colors. Cadillac- and Corvette-only colors indicated. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1978. Transportation, Automobile, General Motors, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Corvette, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Chrysler, Imperial, 1978, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies. Moderate dust soiling, several affected chips easily cleaned, else never used in shop, colors true, the metallics untarnished, and overall good. Interesting reflection of the colors so popular on cars of the Seventies. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 2.75

11053. Du Pont Automotive Refinish Colors. 1980 American Motors paint colors, for Concord, Eagle, Pacer, Spirit, and Jeep. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/8, interior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on two 8 x 11 pages, with printed diecut tab. In all, 19 plus 10 samples, respectively. Including striking metallics. Color information for 1977, 1978, and 1979, plus 1980 striping colors, printed on verso. Du Pont, n.d. but c. 1980. Transportation, Automobile, American Motors, Concord, Eagle, Pacer, Spirit, Jeep, 1980, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Lucite Acrylic Lacquer, Centari Acrylic Enamel, Dulux Enamel, Du Pont, DuPont, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 198*, 1980's, 1980s, Eighties. Light staple rust, dealer's handstamp, else colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.50

11054. Du Pont Automotive Refinish Colors. 1980 General Motors paint colors, for Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/8, interior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on four 8 x 11 pages, with printed diecut tab. In all, 38 plus 20 samples, respectively, plus another 24 plus 16 Cadillac-only colors. Including striking metallics. Color information for 1977, 1978, and 1979, plus 1980 striping colors, printed on verso. Total 98 paint chips! Du Pont, n.d. but c. 1980. Transportation, Automobile, General Motors, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Corvette, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, 1980, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Lucite Acrylic Lacquer, Centari Acrylic Enamel, Dulux Enamel, Du Pont, DuPont, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 198*, 1980's, 1980s, Eighties. Light staple rust, dealer's handstamp, else colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 12.00

11055. Du Pont Automotive Refinish Colors. 1980 Ford paint colors, for Ford, Mercury, Thunderbird, and Lincoln. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/8, interior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on three 8 x 11 pages, with printed diecut tab. In all, 25 plus 23 samples, respectively, plus another 25 Lincoln-only colors. Including striking metallics. Color information for 1977, 1978, and 1979, plus 1980 striping colors, printed on verso. Total 73 paint chips! Du Pont, n.d. but c. 1980. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Mercury, Thunderbird, Lincoln, Mark V, Versailles, 1980, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Lucite Acrylic Lacquer, Centari Acrylic Enamel, Dulux Enamel, Du Pont, DuPont, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 198*, 1980's, 1980s, Eighties. Light staple rust, dealer's handstamp, else colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 9.25

11056. Plymouth. 1978 Plymouth Fury full-color glossy catalogue, 8-1/4 x 10-1/4 oblong, 12 pp. Red-pinstriped white hardtop on cover; inside, photos of Fury Sport, Salon, Sedan, and Suburbans, together with extensive tables of options, wheel and tire, and engine and rear axle choices. Thirteen exterior paint colors printed on back cover. Interestingly, offering powerplants from the Slant Six to the 400 cube. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Fury, Suburban, Station Wagon, Chrysler, Mopar, MoPar, 1970's, 1970s, 197*, Seventies. Form no. 81-005-8005, printed 8-15-77. New Old Stock. Interestingly, from the collection of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer and senior foreman at General Motors. Small quantity available.  3.95

11057. Plymouth. 1978 Plymouth Volare full-color glossy catalogue, 8-1/4 x 10-1/4 oblong, 16 pp. White-over-red hardtop on cover; inside, photos of 2-Door, 4-Door, and Wagon, plus the unusual "Youth," Road Runner and Super Coupe models with yellow, orange and red stripes. The "beep-beep" horn and decal were still offered. Together with extensive tables of options, wheel and tire, and engine and rear axle choices. Interior photos include CB radio! Fourteen exterior paint colors printed on back cover. Interestingly, offering powerplants from the Slant Six to the 360 cube. Interesting period hairstyles and fashion. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Volare, Road Runner, Super Coupe, Station Wagon, Chrysler, Mopar, MoPar, 1970's, 1970s, 197*, Seventies. Form no. 81-005-8007, printed 8-15-77. New Old Stock. Interestingly, from the collection of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer and senior foreman at General Motors.  3.95

11058. Jeep. 1965 Jeep Wagoneer oversize full-color high-gloss factory postcard, 3-1/2 x 9 oblong. Teal vehicle, with roof rack. Ad copy on back: "Standard or Custom Models Available with 2 or 4-Wheel Drive and 2 or 4 Doors...'Jeep' Wagoneer With the Hot New Action Look - You've Got to Drive It to Believe It!..." "New styling, colors and interior decor - New family car elegance - New 4WD dual range transfer case with single lever control...." Transportation, Automobile, Jeep, Wagoneer, Sport Utility, 1960's, 1960s, 196*, Sixties. Form no. 65-03PC. Pre-zip code Baltimore dealer's handstamp on verso, trivial tip wear from file storage, else New Old Stock. Interestingly, from the collection of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer and senior foreman at General Motors. Small quantity available. 3.00

11059. Jeep. 1965 Jeep Gladiator oversize full-color high-gloss factory postcard, 3-1/2 x 9 oblong. Vivid artwork, depicting red vehicle at busy construction site. Ad copy on back: "Available with G.V.W.'s from 5,000 to 8,600 lbs., 120" or 126" wheelbase, 7 or 8-ft. pick-up boxes, Platform or platform-stake with or without dual rear wheels... - You've Got to Drive It to Believe It!..." Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Jeep, Gladiator, Pickup, Pick Up, Sport Utility, 1960's, 1960s, 196*, Sixties. Form no. 65-04PC. Pre-zip code Baltimore dealer's handstamp on verso, else New Old Stock and highly attractive for display. Interestingly, from the collection of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer and senior foreman at General Motors. Small quantity available.  3.00

11061. Automobiles and motorcycles in India. Splendid stock certificate of The Bombay Motor Service Limited, June 30, 1921, 9-1/2 x 12 oblong, black on pea-green with embossed red colonial tax stamp with British Crown, blind-embossed seal. Lithographed side views of touring car and of motorcycle believed to be a Rudge. Interestingly, issued to H.H. Maharaja Sir Ghanshyam Singji K.C.S.I. of Dhrangadhra, likely the former Indian State. Signed by British and Indian Directors. Transportation, Automobile, Motorcycle, Rudge, Bombay Motor Service Limited, Bombay, Dhrangadhra, India, Stock. Attractive wheel and tire motif at each of four corners. Probably locally printed. Light uniform edge toning, closely trimmed at left margin, probably where removed by clerk from original book at time of issue, minor chipping in blank margins, else very good. Several available;  42.50

11062. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-224/80. 1980 Buick, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac exterior paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 36 samples. Corvette-only colors indicated. Exhaustive "painted textured metal molding" and stripe color information printed on verso. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1980. Transportation, Automobile, General Motors, Buick, Chevrolet, Corvette, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, 1980, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 198*, 1980's, 1980s, Eighties. Light dust soiling at blank left margin, else never used in shop, colors true, the metallics untarnished, and overall fine. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11063. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-63/80. 1980 Cadillac-only exterior paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 20 samples. "Painted textured metal molding" and stripe color information printed on verso. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1980. Transportation, Automobile, General Motors, Cadillac, 1980, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 198*, 1980's, 1980s, Eighties. Light dust soiling at blank left margin, else never used in shop, colors true, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11065. Rinshed-Mason - Inmont Automotive Paint Colors, Form AD-71/80. 1980 Lincoln, Mark and Versailles-only exterior paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 5/8 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page, with printed diecut tab. In all, 23 samples. "Painted textured metal molding" and stripe color information printed on verso. Inmont Corp., Detroit, 1980. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Mark, Versailles, 1980, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Rinshed-Mason, R-M, Inmont Corporation, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anaheim, California, Belvidere, New Jersey, Automotive Refinish Colors, Industrial Design, 198*, 1980's, 1980s, Eighties. Never used in shop, colors true, the metallics untarnished, and overall excellent. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 3.75

11080. Simca automobile. Complete Simca marque section from "Motor's Foreign Car Crash Book," "For Estimating Automobile Collision Damage" to Models 1000, 5, and Aronde. 8-1/2 x 11, 32 pp. in all, 1964-66 edition. Comprising: closely set list of parts commonly needing replacement following collision, with prices and number of hours to replace, exploded diagrams, and photos of complete cars. Assemblies shown include, variously, grille and radiator, body panels and roof, bumpers, suspension, and steering; frame alignment diagram. Motor Magazine, Hearst Corp., N.Y. Transportation, Automobile, Simca, Aronde, French Car, European Car, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Auto Body, Collision, Crash, Paint, Repair, Motor Magazine. With original colored-plastic "Simca (France)" laminated-tab divider page. Splendid reference, normally only available in form of massive binder including many unwanted makes. Light occasional handling evidence, else clean and very good. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. 5.25

11091. James E. Homans. Self-Propelled Vehicles - A Practical Treatise on the Theory, Construction, Operation, Care and Management of all Forms of Automobiles. Theo. Audel & Co., N.Y.: 1907. Fifth Ed., "Revised and Enlarged." Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Electric Car, Gasoline Car, Steam Car 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, 598 pp. + 16 pp. supplement offering other books, red cloth blind-stamped with touring car, Christmas-red endleaves, 399 cuts, 2 folding plates, thoroughly indexed. "...Essential details of construction...of the various types of motor carriages driven by steam, gasoline and electricity." Wear at inner hinges, moderate spine sun-fading, shelf and tip wear, internally clean and v.g. Imperative for any reference library on early automobiles. Early editions command more than our price of ... 34.50

11106. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1974 American Motors paint colors, for Ambassador, Gremlin, Hornet, Matador, Javelin, Javelin AMX, and Jeep. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page. In all, 32 samples: 20 American Motors + 12 Jeep. Including striking Plum, Mellow Yellow, Renegade Yellow, Jetset Blue, and more. Color information for low- and medium-gloss interior colors, engine enamel, striping colors, trunk spatter finish, and two-tone printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: revised 3/75. Transportation, Automobile, American Motors, Ambassador, Gremlin, Hornet, Matador, Javelin, Javelin AMX, Jeep, 1974, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Cars. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11107. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1974 Pontiac paint colors, including Firebird, Catalina, Le Mans, Bonneville, Grand Ville, Grand Prix, and Ventura II. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-13/16, on 8 x 11 page. In all, 19 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, luggage compartment, striping, "Special Rally II Wheel Cover," "painted textured roof panel cover mouldings," and uticolor roof printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 3/1975. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Firebird, Catalina, Le Mans, Bonneville, Grand Ville, Grand Prix, Ventura II, 1974, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Cars. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11111. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1974 Dodge paint colors, including Colt, Dart, Challenger, Coronet, Charger, Monaco and Polara. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on 8 x 11 page. In all, 31 samples: 20 for Dodge plus 11 for Colt. Including striking metallics. Color information for satin and semi-gloss interior colors, luggage compartment, striping, and station wagon air-deflector printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 3/1975. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Colt, Dart, Challenger, Coronet, Charger, Monaco, Polara, Mopar, MoPar, 1974, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Cars. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11115. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1975 American Motors paint colors, including Gremlin, Hornet, Matador, and Jeep. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/4, on 8 x 11 page. In all, 32 samples: 21 for American Motors plus 11 for Jeep. Including striking metallics (Aztec Copper is one of the most beautiful colors I've seen of any carline.) Color information for flat- and semi-gloss interior colors, accent colors, Gremlin X back panel, and extensive two-tone and fleet colors for Jeep printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 8/1975. Transportation, Automobile, American Motors, Gremlin, Hornet, Matador, Jeep, 1975, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Cars. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11119. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1975 Oldsmobile paint colors, including Delta 88, 98, Cutlass, Toronado, and Omega. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-13/16, on 8 x 11 page. In all, 22 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for interior colors, striping, luggage compartment, and "painted textured roof panel cover mouldings" printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 8/1975. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Delta 88, 98, Cutlass, Toronado, and Omega, 1975, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Cars. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11120. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1975 Pontiac paint colors, including Firebird, Astre, Catalina, Le Mans, Bonneville, Grand Am, Grand Ville, Grand Prix, Ventura, and Brougham. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-13/16, on 8 x 11 page. In all, 23 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, luggage compartment, striping, "Special Rally II Wheel Cover," and vinyl roof printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 7/1975. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Firebird, Astre, Catalina, Le Mans, Bonneville, Grand Am, Grand Ville, Grand Prix, Ventura, Brougham, 1975, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Cars. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11123. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1975 Mercury paint colors, including Comet, Cougar, Montego, Bobcat, Monarch and Capri. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-13/16, on 8 x 11 page. In all, 38 samples: 25 for Mercury plus 13 for Capri. Including striking metallics. Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, striping, pricing codes, trunk finish, and station wagon underlay printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 8/1975. Transportation, Automobile, Mercury, Comet, Cougar, Montego, Bobcat, Monarch Capri, 1975, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11124. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1975 Chrysler, Imperial and Cordoba paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/4 on 8 x 11 page. In all, 22 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, striping, pricing codes, trunk finish, and station wagon air-deflector printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 4/1975. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Imperial, Cordoba, 1975, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11125. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1975 Dodge paint colors, including Dart, Charger S.E., Coronet, Monaco, Sportsman, Ram Charger, and Colt. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/4, on 8 x 11 page. In all, 35 samples: 25 for Dodge plus 10 for Colt. Including striking metallics. Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, striping, pricing codes, trunk finish, and station wagon air-deflector printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 8/1975. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Dart, Charger S.E., Coronet, Monaco, Sportsman, Ram Charger, Colt, 1975, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11126. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1975 Plymouth paint colors, including Fury, Grand Fury, Valiant, Voyager, and Trail Duster. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-7/16, on 8 x 11 page. In all, 23 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, striping, pricing codes, trunk finish, and station wagon air-deflector printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 1/1975. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Fury, Grand Fury, Valiant, Voyager, Trail Duster, 1975, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11127. Rupert Prior. Motoring: The Golden Years. Motoring art: artists, cartoonists, sculptors and designers have used the fine and decorative arts to celebrate, glorify, lampoon and promote the motor car. Here is a wide ranging nostalgic tour based on the archives of the Khachadourian Collection. 180 illustrations, majority in full color; about half are of posters, the balance of paintings, lithographs, caricatures, pottery, trophies, ceramics, desk sets, models, mascots, and more. Morgan Samuel/Blossom: 1991. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Veteran Car, Vintage Car, Racing, Khachadourian, Art, Cartoon, Design, Sculpture, Poster, Painting, Litho, Caricature, Pottery, Trophy, Ceramic, Desk Set, Model, Mascot, Nockolds, Crosby, Ham, Montaut, Gamy, Davis, Lalique, Vincent, Romano, Bock, Thor, Ranson, Lorant, Moser, Liska, Rex, Hays Includes work of Nockolds, Crosby, Ham, Montaut, Gamy, Davis, Lalique, and Vincent, together with Romano, Bock, Thor, Ranson, Lorant, Moser, Liska, Rex, Hays, and many others. A superior quality book, printed to a high standard. 9-1/4 x 12, 144 pp., cloth. Mint in mint dustjacket. Several copies available. 34.50

11131. C.H. Wendel. American Gasoline Engines Since 1872. "The only comprehensive book on this fascinating subject. Including a listing of all known U.S. and Canadian manufacturers of stationary and marine engines, plus cross references showing which manufacturers made which engines." Crestline series: in-print. Transportation, Industry, Gasoline Engine, Gas Engine, Stationary Engine, Marine Engine. 8-1/2 x 11, 584 pp., gold-stamped cloth, over 2,100 black and white photographs. Brand new, unopened, in publisher's original shrinkwrap. Offered at 20% discount from current list. (Please allow up to several weeks delivery if our stock temporarily depleted.) 35.96

11132. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1976 American Motors paint colors, including Gremlin, Hornet, Matador, Pacer, and Jeep. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/4, on 8-1/2 x 11 page. In all, 32 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for low and semi-gloss interior colors, accent colors, vinyl roof and plastic grille colors, and pricing codes printed at bottom and on verso. Plus 1 pp. Color Information Bulletin with late changes. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 1976. Transportation, Automobile, American Motors, Gremlin, Hornet, Matador, Pacer, Jeep, 1976, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 8.00

11134. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1976 Chevrolet paint colors, including Corvette, Camaro, Monza, Nova, Laguna, Malibu, Caprice, Chevette, Monte Carlo, and Vega. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/4, on 8-1/2 x 11 page. In all, 28 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, painted textured roof panel cover mouldings, accent areas, luggage compartment, wheel trim covers, wheels, vinyl roof, and pricing codes printed at bottom and on verso. Plus 1 pp. Color Information Bulletin with late changes. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 5/1976. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Corvette, Camaro, Monza, Nova, Laguna, Malibu, Caprice, Chevette, Monte Carlo, Vega, 1976, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 8.00

11135. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1976 Cadillac paint colors, including Calais, DeVille, Eldorado, Fleetwood, and Seville. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on 8-1/2 x 11 page. In all, 20 samples. Including striking firemists. Color information for interior colors, painted mouldings used with padded roof coverings, striping, vinyl roof, and pricing codes printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Calais, DeVille, Eldorado, Fleetwood, Seville, 1976, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11136. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1976 Oldsmobile paint colors, including Delta 88, 98, Cutlass, Starfire, Toronado, and Omega. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on 8-1/2 x 11 page. In all, 16 samples. Including striking metallics (the Mahogany is one of the more beautiful colors we've seen in any carline). Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, painted textured roof panel cover mouldings, striping, vinyl roof, wheel colors, and pricing codes printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 8/1976. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Delta 88, 98, Cutlass, Starfire, Toronado, Omega, 1976, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11139. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1976 Lincoln paint colors, including Continental, Mark IV, Thunderbird, and Pantera. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-3/16, on 8-1/2 x 11 page. In all, 26 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, moon roof tint option, accent striping, 1975-76 Pantera exterior and black-out information, and pricing codes printed at bottom and on verso. Plus 2 pp. Color Information Bulletin with late changes. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Lincoln, Continental, Mark IV, Thunderbird, Pantera, 1976, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car, Sports Car, Italian Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 11.75

11140. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1976 Mercury paint colors, including Comet, Cougar, Montego, Bobcat, Monarch, and Capri. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-3/16, on 8-1/2 x 11 page. In all, 33 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, vinyl, accent striping, glass sunroof tint option, lower accent paint on Bobcat, and pricing codes printed at bottom and on verso. Plus lengthy, 2 pp. Color Information Bulletin with late changes. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 10/1976. Transportation, Automobile, Mercury, Comet, Cougar, Montego, Bobcat, Monarch, Capri, 1976, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car, Sports Car, Italian Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 8.00

11141. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1976 Chrysler and Cordoba paint colors. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-1/2, on 8-1/2 x 11 page. In all, 26 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for interior colors, vinyl roof, window plug, engine, trunk, grille, and striping colors, and pricing codes printed at bottom and on verso. Plus printed Color Information Bulletin with late changes. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 4/1976. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Cordoba, St. Regis, 1976, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car, Sports Car, Italian Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, soil at upper right corner not touching paint, else N.O.S. and fine. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 8.00

11142. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1976 Dodge paint colors, including Dart, Charger, Coronet, Aspen, Sportsman, Ram Charger, and Colt. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-3/16, on 8-1/2 x 11 page. In all, 41 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for interior colors, vinyl roof, window plug, trunk spatter, grille, and striping colors, and pricing codes printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 3/1976. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Dart, Charger, Coronet, Aspen, Sportsman, Ram Charger, Colt, 1976, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car, Sports Car, Italian Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, some soil not affecting paint, else N.O.S. and about fine. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11143. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1976 Plymouth paint colors, including Valiant, Fury, Volare, Voyager, Trail Duster, and Arrow. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-3/16, on 8-1/2 x 11 page. In all, 37 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for interior colors, vinyl roof, window plug, trunk spatter, engine, grille, and striping colors, and pricing codes printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 1/1976. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Valiant, Fury, Volare, Voyager, Trail Duster, Arrow, 1976, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Car, Sports Car, Italian Car. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler sample are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11146. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1916-17 Stutz, with White Truck Models 15 and 20 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1922-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Stutz, White Truck, Cleveland, Ohio, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11148. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1916 Hupmobile Series N, with 1916 National Series AC on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Hupmobile, National, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11151. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1957 Ford salesman's long-playing 12" hard vinyl record, "Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: The Meaning of FoMoCo - Genuine Ford Parts." A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Car, Old Car, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1957, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1956 to early 1957; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 8.25

11152. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1957 Ford salesman's long-playing 12" hard vinyl record, "Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: Everybody's Business...Building Service Department Traffic." A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Car, Old Car, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1957, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1956 to early 1957; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 8.25

11155. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1957 Ford salesman's long-playing 12" hard vinyl record, "Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: Transmatic Operation and Adjustments." A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Car, Old Car, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1957, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1956 to early 1957; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 8.25

11157. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1957 Ford salesman's long-playing 12" hard vinyl record, "Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: Four-Barrel Carburetor Service Tips." A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Car, Old Car, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1957, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1956 to early 1957; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 8.25

11159. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1957 Ford salesman's long-playing 12" hard vinyl record, "Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: Hidden Values, Ford (vs.) Chevrolet; Mr. Parker's Problem, Ford vs. Plymouth." A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Two-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth, MoPar, Mopar, Antique Car, Old Car, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1957, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1956 to early 1957; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 9.75

11160. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1957 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: '57 Ford vs. '57 Plymouth. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Plymouth, MoPar, Mopar, Antique Car, Old Car, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1957, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1956 to early 1957; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 9.75

11163. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1957 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: The Benefits You Offer / What's New in the '57 Ford. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Two-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Car, Old Car, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1957, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1956 to early 1957; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 9.75

11167. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1957 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: Truck Position Selling - Presenting F-100, F-250, F-500, F-600 Truck Series. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, F-100, F-250, F-500, F-600, Antique Car, Old Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1957, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1956 to early 1957; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 9.75

11170. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1957 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: Cashing In On The Heavies - F-800 Vs. IHC R-192. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, F-800, International Harvester, I.H.C., IHC, Antique Car, Old Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1957, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1956 to early 1957; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 10.75

11171. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1957 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: Newest Of The New Ford Tilt Cabs for '57 - Ford vs. Competition. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Tilt Cab, Antique Car, Old Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1957, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1956 to early 1957; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 10.75

11172. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1958 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: Capacity Unlimited - 850 Thru 1100 Series Truck Features. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Car, Old Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1958, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1957 to early 1958; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 10.75

11173. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1958 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: When Competition Rears Its Ugly Head - Handling Competition - F-100 Pickup Vs. Chevy. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, F-100, Pickup, Chevrolet, Antique Car, Old Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1958, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1957 to early 1958; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 10.75

11174. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1958 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: Selling F600 & C600 - Ford Vs. Competition. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, F600, C600, Antique Car, Old Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1958, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1957 to early 1958; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 10.75

11175. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1958 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: The Car That's Showing the World. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Car, Old Car, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1958, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1957 to early 1958; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 9.75

11176. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1958 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: 1958 Car & Truck Service Features. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Car, Old Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1958, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1957 to early 1958; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 9.75

11177. Ford Motor Co. Original, never-played 1958 Ford salesman's long-playing 12 hard vinyl record, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Presents: Something New's Been Added - Ford Parts Inventory Guide. A quality, limited-edition pressing, made for Ford by Columbia Records, just one record was sent to a Ford dealership, relaying the latest news and techniques to salesmen and other personnel. 33-1/3 r.p.m. Most are old-style one-sided; black; plain paper sleeve. From a golden age of automobiles and popular culture: two- and three-tone paint schemes, jet-age styling cues, and potent powertrains. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Car, Old Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Record, Long-Playing, L.P., Advertising, Salesmanship, 1958, 1950's, 1950s, 195*, Fifties. Splendid conversation piece for display. Understandably uncommon, especially in this flat, New Old Stock condition. Such records had a lifespan of perhaps a few months, from mid 1957 to early 1958; many would be damaged by harsh handling, or discarded at the end of the model-year. From an Indiana dealership. Please allow .75 extra per shipment for extra cardboard stiffener. (Many other 1957-58 Ford records listed separately; filmstrips not present.) 8.25

11180. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1919-22 Chevrolet Model 490, with 1920-21 Overland Model 4 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Overland, Willys, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11181. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1918 Chevrolet Model D, 8 Cylinder, with 1917 Saxon Model B5R and B6R on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Saxon, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11182. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1920 Texan Models A and B -- one of the few cars ever built in Texas, with 1918-19 Velie Models 38 and 39 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Texan, Texas, Velie, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11183. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1917 Paige Model 6-51, with 1916 Jeffrey Models 462 and 661 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Paige, Jeffrey, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11190. Veteran Motor Car Club of America. The Bulb Horn Magazine. Early, mint, original issue of this landmark quarterly, with fascinating variety of automotive historical lore, written by pioneers themselves. Including: "Restoration of an 1896 Duryea," written by J. Frank Duryea, with photograph; Lozier history by renowned authority W.O. MacIlvain; Mercer history by Wm. A. Smith; The Compound 'Conn.], by Dean Fales; the Sheepshead Bay 150 Race of May 13, 1916 recalled by Roger Shaw; the Maharajah of Mysore's Garage, by George Felton; and more. Vol. 7, No. 1. Jan. 1946. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Brass Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Duryea, J. Frank Duryea, Springfield, Massachusetts, Restoration, Lozier, Plattsburgh, Detroit, Mercer, Trenton, Compound, Middletown, Connecticut, Sheepshead Bay, Race, Racing, De Palma, Maharajah of Mysore, India Highly ornate cover. Some photographs. Arguably the birth-year of the antique car hobby, in 1946 the Club organized the first revival of the turn-of-century Glidden Tours. New Old Stock, and a choice, mint copy from Club Archives. Issues prior to 1946 command substantial prices in any condition. (Small quantity available.) 39.50

11192. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1916 Overland Model 83, with 1919-20 Moon Model 6-46 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Overland, Willys, Moon, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11193. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1916-17 Dixie Flyer -- one of the few cars made in Kentucky, with 1920-21 Templar Model A-445 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dixie Flyer, Kentucky, Templar, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11195. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1920-22 R & V Knight, with 1917-18 Mitchell Models C42 and E40 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, R & V Knight, R&V Knight, Mitchell, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11199. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1919-20 Maxwell Model 25, with 1920-21 Kenworthy Model 6-55 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Maxwell, Kenworthy, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11200. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1920-24 Cunningham Model V, with 1919-21 Elgin Models H and K on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Cunningham, Rochester, New York, Elgin, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11201. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1921-22 Lincoln, with 1917-19 National Series AH, AK, and AM on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Lincoln, National, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11203. Akira Fujimoto, Shighemi Kandao, Takahito Nakamura, et al. Museo dell'Automobile Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia. Vol. 2 in series, Famous Automobile Museums. A superlative book on la creme of Italian cars, profusely illustrated with fine photos, virtually all taken especially for this work, together with color section. Established 1932, this Veritable Treasure-House of Automobiles in Turin is noted for leaving mechanisms of its cars undisturbed. Including Alfa, Bianchi, Bugatti, Ferrari, Fiat, Hispano, Isotta, Itala, Lancia, Mercedes, OM, Zust, and many more. Printed to an art-book standard, hundreds of photos showcase this museum, from Italy's first gas auto, the 1896 Bernardi, to early Ferraris, and a display of brass-era engines. Car Styling Publishing, Tokyo: 1979. Text in English and Japanese. Transportation, Automobile, Torino, Turin, Italy, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Vintage Car, Italian Car, Alfa Romeo, Autobianchi, Bugatti, Ferrari, Fiat, Hispano Suiza, Isotta Fraschini, Itala, Lancia, Mercedes, OM, O.M., Zust. An important pictorial catalogue of one of the oldest auto museums in the world. Full-color laminated boards, satin-finish art enamel, 8-1/2 x 8-1/4, (184) pp. From personal library of co-designer of the original 1960's Adam West Batmobile (Herb) Grasse, renowned automotive stylist and fine artist, and flamboyantly autographed TWICE by him, on facing front endpaper and flyleaf. Choice condition. Now rare. (Vols. 1 and 3, on other marques, listed separately.) 90.00

11208. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1916-18 Chevrolet 490, with 1920-21 Cadillac Model 59 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Cadillac, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some fingerprints on Cadillac side, else good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11209. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1921 Buick Model 21-Six, with 1915 Overland Model 82 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Buick, Overland, Willys, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11210. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1917-18 Hudson Super Six, with 1913 North East System Model A on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Hudson, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11211. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1921 Pierce-Arrow, with 1915-16 Paige Model 6-46 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pierce-Arrow, Buffalo, New York, Paige, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11215. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1917-18 Davis, with 1915-16 Moline-Knight Model MK-40 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Davis, Richmond, Indiana, Moline-Knight, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11217. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1914 Buick Models B-24-25 and B-36-37, with 1915 Studebaker on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Buick, Studebaker, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11218. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1922 Handley-Knight Model A, with 1915 Oakland Models 37 and 49 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Handley-Knight, Oakland, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11219. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1915-18 Crawford, with 1917 Kissel Kar 12-Cylinder on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Crawford, Hagerstown, Maryland, Kissel Kar, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11220. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1917-25 Brewster, with 1915 Paterson Models 4-32 and 6-48 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Brewster, Paterson, Flint, Michigan, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11222. C.F. Caunter. The Light Car - A technical history of cars with engines of less than 1600 c.c. capacity. "...perhaps the first to deal comprehensively with this subject, present(ing) the more important phases of the evolution of the light car during the first 80 years...The light car movement resulted...also from the evolution of the social order which, by 1910 had begun the extend the advantages of the industrial revolution...." Science Museum, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London: 1970. Second ed. Transportation, Automobile, Car, Light Car, Mini Car, Micro Car, Small Car, Austin, De Dion-Bouton, N.S.U., Porsche, Renault, Volkswagen, VW. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 192 pp., softbound, pictorial cover, illustrations, index. "The popularity of the light car, particularly in its minicar form, had the effect in the 1960's of reducing the average size of cars...A bibliography of some of the more important references relating to the light car is included." Interesting Austin, De Dion-Bouton, N.S.U., Porsche, Renault, and Volkswagen content, among others. Average spine creasing from use, minor wear lower right tip cover, one internal stain, else very good. 26.50

11224. Mike Lawrence. A to Z of Sports Cars 1945-1990 - The Encyclopaedic Guide to More Than 850 Automobiles. More than 1,000 photographs in black-and-white and color illustrating the extraordinary variety of sports cars that have been offered to the public. All the great names are featured, plus cars from Israel, Egypt, Spain, Switzerland, Norway and Brazil. In-print. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Car, Sports Car, English, French, German, Italian, Brazilian, Egyptian, Israeli, Norse, Spanish, Swiss, Aston Martin, Austin-Healey, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Maserati, MG, Porsche, Triumph. Softbound, 9 x 12, 336 pp., 991 black-and-white illus., 32 pages in full color. Brand new and unread. Below list price, 25.90

11225. Lynn Huntsberger. U.S. Hood Ornaments. "Take an exciting visual tour through the many unique hood ornaments produced by U.S. manufacturers and watch them evolve through the years. Filled with over 600 ornaments from Buick, Ford, Studebaker, De Soto, Kaiser, Chevy, Plymouth, and more. Essential information for those looking to restore their car to original." In-print. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Antique Car, Automobiliana, Mascot, Ornament, Hood Ornament, Industrial Design, Art Deco, Streamline, Buick, Ford, Studebaker, De Soto, Kaiser, Chevrolet, Plymouth. 8-1/2 x 11, 217 pp., perfect bound, 606 black and white illustrations. Brand new. 27.95

11232. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1920-21 Porter -- one of the most expensive American automobiles ever built, with 1920 Gardner Model G on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Porter, Gardner, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11234. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1916 Dodge, with 1917 Auburn on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Dodge Brothers, Auburn, Indiana, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11235. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1917-18 Premier, with 1920 Stutz on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Premier, Stutz, Indiana, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11237. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1918-20 Seneca, with 1915 Peerless Gray & Davis System on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Seneca, Peerless, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11238. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1918-19 Apperson "Anniversary Model," with 1918-19 Nash on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Apperson, Haynes, Kokomo, Indiana, Nash, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some corner wrinkles and handling evidence, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 5.75

11239. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1921-25 Hanson (made in Atlanta), with 1922 Peerless Model 56 Series 7 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1921-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Hanson, Peerless, Atlanta, Georgia, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. One old oily fingerprint at margin, else very good. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 9.75

11241. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "2nd Regiment, Connecticut National Guard, Company A, The Chatfield Guard, Full Dress Uniform, 1871-1885." Plate No. 475 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Quartermaster Sergeant, Private, Captain, and Lieutenant, all in smart grey and gold uniforms. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Indian Wars, Connecticut National Guard, Chatfield Guard. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

11242. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "17th Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers, C.S.A., 1861-1865." Plate No. 484 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting "Private Flank Companies," Sgt. Maj. Jack Wilson, Col. Fitz William McMaster, and Capt. E.R. Mills of Company E, together with Regimental flag, and enlarged belt buckle and buttons. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, Confederate, Confederacy, South Carolina Volunteers. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 6.99

11243. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "1st Marine Brigade, Iceland, 1941-1942." Plate No. 492 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Private, 1st Scout Company, Sergeant, 2nd Tank Battalion, Officers, and Private, 6th Marine Regiment; quonset huts, tank, and armored personnel carrier in near background. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, World War II, W.W. II, WWII, 1st Marine Brigade, Iceland, Tank, Armored Personnel Carrier. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

11244. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "United States Embassy, Japan, 1858." Plate No. 507 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Samurai Guardsmen, Norimono Bearers, Umbrella Bearer, Secretary/Interpreter, and Consul General Harris. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1981. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, United States Embassy, Japan, Samurai Guardsmen, Norimono Bearers, Umbrella Bearer, Secretary/Interpreter, Consul General Harris. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

11245. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "Carignan-Salieres Regiment, Governor-General's Guards, Canada, 1665-1668." Plate No. 493 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting two Soldats, Officier, Tambour (Drummer), and Gardes Du Corps du Marquis de Tracy. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Carignan-Salieres Regiment, Governor-General's Guards, Canada, 1665-1668, Drummer, Marquis du Tracy. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 6.99

11246. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "22nd Regiment, New York State Militia, 1861-1862, 'The Union Grays'/'Strawberry Grays.'" Plate No. 497 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Officer, Sergeant, and Private at ease. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, New York, 22nd Regiment, New York State Militia, The Union Grays, Strawberry Grays. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 5.99

11248. 1909 Hoefer M'f'g. Co. catalogue: Drill Presses, Power Metal Saws, Horizontal Drilling and Boring Machines, and Vertical Boring Machines. Freeport, Ill. Printed in Freeport by Wagner & Sons. Trade Catalogue, Manufacturing, Machine Tools, Metalworking, Freeport, Illinois, Hoefer Manufacturing Company, Drill Press, Power Metal Saw, Horizontal Drilling Machine, Boring Machine, Vertical Boring Machines. 6 x 9, 56 pp. Gold-leaf border on cocoa linen cover, chocolate brown text throughout with exceptionally fine-screen halftones in black, many full-page. Centerfold signature shaken from staples but present, old library label and label remnants on cover, not affecting logo, else fine. 42.50

11249. Large old gas station sign, "Independent Gasoline - 'Power to Burn' / Double Life Motor Oil / Knows No Superior." At lower left, decorative scalloped seal motif: "Guaranteed 100% Pure Pennsylvania Oil / Permit No. 141." Silk-screened in navy and sulphur-yellow on oaktag, approx. 30 x 60. Interesting, scarce artifact of this somewhat obscure brand; they may have been unable to afford porcelain signs for their dealers, opting for this dramatic printed version, which would have been displayed on the inside of gas station windows, facing the road. N.p., n.d., but judged mid- to late-1930's; found in region of Greencastle, Pennsylvania, near Maryland. Transportation, Automobile, Automobiliana, Petroliana, Motor, Gasoline, Gas, Oil, Petroleum, Regional, Independent, Double Life, Pennsylvania, Poster, Gas Station, Service Station, Americana, Memorabilia. Old parallel creases where rolled and lightly scored; blank right vertical margins trimmed, lower left corner lacking, some blank horizontal margins lacking or torn laterally when originally removed from window, two 8" tears intruding into live area but not touching lettering, some storage toning (ghost of old Sunday comics on verso!), other minor edge wear, but still highly satisfactory and rare. Color Polaroid available. 59.50

11258. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1922-23 Ogren, an obscure Milwaukee-built car, with 1922 Overland Model 90 on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1923-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ogren, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Overland, Willys, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some old fingerprinting at margin, else fine. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 4.75

11259. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1921-23 Pilot, built in Richmond, Ind., with 1922-24 Peerless on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1923-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pilot, Richmond, Indiana, Peerless, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some old fingerprinting at margin, else fine. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 4.75

11260. Original printed diagrams showing electrical and wiring details of 1922-23 Chevrolet Superior, with 1922-23 Gray on other side. Printed on both sides of sturdy brown kraft, 10-1/2 x 11-1/2, to withstand service in repair garages of the era. With extensive text below, describing battery, starter, ignition, generator, relay, and lighting system specifications of both cars. At a time when many hundreds of different makes populated the roads, these diagrams provided the independent mechanic with comprehensive information to make repairs and adjustments. These diagrams were issued singly, in eccentric order, by the Standard Engineering and Publishing Co., as new models were introduced, then sent to garages who would add them to three-ring binders. Collectively called the "Standard Auto-Electrician's Manual," these diagrams are from the 1923-copyright edition. Transportation, Automobile, Auto, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Gray, Electricity, Electrical Engineering. Some old fingerprinting, else fine. Interesting conversation piece for display, and essential for the restorer or owner. See scan of one representative page for style (not necessarily the make described above) at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Sample_Assembly_Diagram.JPG (Some cars have bewilderingly complex systems, others, usually low-priced marques, have simpler designs. All are dramatic examples of the difference between cars of the Roaring Twenties and today!) 4.75

11265. 1978 Honda Motorcycle CX-500 full-color sales folder. "First into the Future." On cover, bike at speed rounding a bend. Specifications of this V-Twin bike on outside back panel. American Honda Motor Co., Inc.: 1978. Transportation, Motorcycle, Honda, CX-500, Japanese, Sales Literature. 7-1/4 x 8-1/4, opening to double gatefold 7-1/4 x 32-1/2 oblong. New Old Stock. 18.50

11266. 1978 Honda Motorcycle CX-500 full-color sales folder. "First into the Future." On cover, bike at speed rounding a bend. Specifications of this V-Twin bike on outside back panel. American Honda Motor Co., Inc.: 1978. Transportation, Motorcycle, Honda, CX-500, Japanese, Sales Literature. 7-1/4 x 8-1/4, opening to double gatefold 7-1/4 x 32-1/2 oblong. Price "$1895" in salesman's hand in white margin of front panel, else New Old Stock. 17.50

11267. 1978 Honda Motorcycle CB-750K/550K full-color sales folder. "Not even an open sports car lets you 'feel' the scenery the way these bikes do." On cover, a couple standing on overlook above mountainous town, their two Hondas beside them. Inside, back at their garage, the bell-bottom-clad couple stand beside their Hondas. Specifications of this 4-cylinder bike on outside back panel. American Honda Motor Co., Inc.: 1977. Transportation, Motorcycle, Honda, CB-750K, CB-550K, Japanese, Sales Literature. 7-1/4 x 8-1/4, opening to double gatefold 7-1/4 x 32-1/2 oblong. New Old Stock. 19.50

11271. 1975/6 BMW Motorcycle full-size, full-color sales catalogue. Handsome, highly attractive, elegantly designed, photographed and printed catalogue, showcasing Models R90S, R90/6, R75/6, and R60/6. Profusely illustrated. Dramatic head-on centerfold photo of oncoming silver bike. Western Germany, 1/75. Transportation, Motorcycle, BMW, German. 8-1/4 x 11-3/4, (16) pp., single gatefold. Extensive specifications; illustrations of accessories. NY dealer's handstamp and some eighteen different prices (up to $4595) in salesman's hand, in both Dollars and Deutschmarks, on outside back cover, small area of sticker residue on front cover not touching bike, light handling evidence, else about fine. 21.50

11283. Koran. Striking attractive hand-embellished leaf from an early Koran, c. late 1600's-1700's, believed Ottoman. 4-1/2 x 7-1/4, printed both sides in black on a fine cream rice-type paper, then decorated both sides by a scribe with gilded borders and gilded discs throughout text, in shimmering dark gold. Printed in flowing Arabic script, suggestive of Ottoman calligraphy from their high period, as their empire reached its zenith. Scan of representative leaf at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Koran_Leaf_150dpi.JPG Old Printing, Calligraphy, Koran, Ottoman Empire, Turkey, Arabic, Islam, Moslem. Echoing today's headlines, the Ottoman Empire was a vast, fearsome one: in 1690, the Turks drove the Austrians out of Serbia and Transylvania; Peter of Russia was surrounded by the Turks in 1711; in 1733, Baghdad was blockaded; and, by 1774, the Sultan began his claim to religious leadership of Islam, as caliph. Edge browning, else very good. (Position and exact number of gold discs on each leaf is different, but all are highly attractive.) 37.50

11284. BMW. Original BMW oversize color sales folder for 507 Sports Touring Car and 503 Convertible and Coupe. Superb watercolor artwork by Schramm of bright red 507 Two-Seater Roadster with wide-whitewall tires on an airfield, the woman driver and her male passenger greeting two military pilots. Inside, two full-panel-wide color drawings of a shell-grey 503 Coupe and apple-green 503 Convertible; 4-1/4" wing flaps offer exhaustive mechanical specifications, including engine, transmission, body, and trim details. On outside back, leaf-green 503 pillarless Coupe, shown at the beach. Printed in Germany. In English. N.d. but 1950's. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Exotic Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Old Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, BMW, B.M.W., 503, 507. 9-3/4 x 12 oblong, 4 pp. plus two wing flaps, opening to overall 9-3/4 x 32-1/2. Curiously with Kentucky dealer's handstamp, neatly applied on front. One unobjectionable original vertical fold, some handling evidence, else very good and highly colorful. Ex-Crismon Collection. Scarce and desirable. 140.00

11286. Ford. Original 1942 Ford and Ford Truck factory-issued dealership training set-up, comprising ensemble of filmstrips and long-playing records, in luggage-style fitted case. Request detailed description. In all, 13 filmstrips in labeled cans, in separate compartment, plus 9 L.P. records, in individual pockets within accordion gusset. Black and metallic silver record labels with Ford script, recorded by Decca. Heavy-duty, purpose-made black fabrikoid over fibreboard carrying case, metal corners, brilliant green velour lining. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, V-8, V8, Dearborn, Detroit, Michigan, Filmstrip, Long-Playing Record, Salesmanship, Selling, Showroom, Engine, Brakes, Transmission, Clutch, Axle, Wheel, Glass, Painting, Body, Metal, Piston Ring, Lubrication, Battery, 1942. Leather carrying handle torn at one end (piece present), one record (6-Cyl. Engine) with radius crack, one with considerable scuffing, others vary from flawless and presumed never played to lightly scuffed; all dimensionally flat. Believed (more than) complete, and evidently little-used or New Old Stock. Excessively rare for any year, and especially for 1942, a low-production model-year. (Similar for 1939 Ford and Mercury listed separately.) 690.00

11287. Ford. Original suite of 1939-40 Ford factory-issued dealership training records and filmstrips, including Ford Truck and first-year Mercury. With substantial, very high quality, original combination record player and film projector! Red, and black and white record labels, variously, some with Ford script, recorded by Decca and Associated Sales Co., Detroit. All in original purpose-made heavy-duty hard carrying case, black fabrikoid over wood, metal corners. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Mercury, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, V-8, V8, Dearborn, Detroit, Michigan, Filmstrip, Long-Playing Record, Salesmanship, Selling, Showroom, Engine, 1939, 1940. Four of ten records curled from long vertical storage, a fifth less so, balance probably playable; filmstrips probably little-used or N.O.S. With envelope containing about 100 RCA Victor "Full Volume Steel Needles." Excessively rare for any year, and especially desireable for 1939, Mercury's first year, and a cornerstone for the specialist collection. Request itemized list, too lengthy for this database. Special packing required. (Similar available for 1942 Ford and Ford Truck listed separately.) 725.00

11288. Don Butler. Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg. Crestline. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Coachbuilt Car, Custom Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg, Indiana, Reference. Hardbound, rich red hot-foil stamping, 8-3/4 x 11-1/4, 360 pp., 1,397 black-and-white illustrations. "Three great names in American luxury cars of the Twenties and Thirties are featured in this long-awaited history. Big, powerful cars with sweeping lines and classic American styling captured here in over a thousand photos and illustrations with informative captions. The full story of these historic marques as they developed separately, and later together under the leadership of E.L. Cord. Rich in history, and packed with details." Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 44.95. 00.00

11289. R.M. Clarke, ed. High Performance Minis 1960-73. Premier edition of Brooklands' excellent Gold Portfolio collection of articles on these exciting cars. Photos, specs, road tests, performance data, long-term reports, comparison tests, and more. Brooklands. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, British Car, English Car, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, M.G., MG. Softbound, 8 x 10-3/4, 180 pp., color cover, approx. 300 black-and-white illustrations. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 24.95. Four copies available. 00.00

11290. R.M. Clarke, ed. MG Midget 1961-79. Premier edition of Brooklands' excellent Gold Portfolio collection of articles on these exciting cars. Photos, specs, road tests, performance data, long-term reports, comparison tests, and more. Brooklands. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, British Car, English Car, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, M.G., MG. Softbound, 8 x 10-3/4, 180 pp., color cover, approx. 300 black-and-white illustrations. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 24.95. Three copies available. 00.00

11291. Bill Vossler. Orphan Tractors. "The tractor boom of the early Twentieth Century produced hundreds of manufacturers who rose up overnight, only to be plowed under in a short time by the larger, more established companies. This nostalgic volume brings to light 40 manufacturers, from the better-known Avery, Bull, Eagle, Hart-Parr and Russell tractor builders to the more obscure Common Sense, Happy Farmer and Townsend companies. Transportation, Farm, Tractor, Antique, Agriculture, Avery, Bull, Eagle, Hart-Parr, Russell, Common Sense, Happy Farmer, Townsend. Softbound, 8-1/4 x 10-5/8, 160 pp., color cover, 200 black-and-white illustrations. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 19.95. Three copies available. 00.00

11292. Peter C. Sessler. Tri-Chevy Red Book. Vital information on the 1955 to 1957 Chevrolets. Specifications, serial numbers, VINs, production figures, photos, colors, interiors, engines, options, prices, and much more on every model. Little-known facts and details, plus production changes from year to year. All the facts you need to know! Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, High-Performance Car, Hot Rod, Muscle Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Fifties, 1950's, 1950s. Softbound, 4-1/2 x 7-1/2, 96 pp., color cover, 30 black-and-white photos. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 10.95. Four copies available. 00.00

11293. Timothy Remus. America's Best Harley-Davidson Customs. An insider's look at America's top Harley-Davidson customizers and eighteen of their greatest creations - Arlen & Cory Ness, Donnie Smith, Don Hotop, Al Reichenbach, Dave Perewitz, Bob Bauder, and Pete Chapouris. Transportation, Motorcycle, Harley-Davidson, Custom, Arlen & Cory Ness, Donnie Smith, Don Hotop, Al Reichenbach, Dave Perewitz, Bob Bauder, Pete Chapouris. Softbound, 8-1/4 x 10-5/8, 160 pp., color cover, 114 color photos. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 19.95. Fifteen copies available. 00.00

11294. Anthony Young. Chevrolet Small-Block V-8. Subtitled, History of the Chevrolet Small-Block V-8 and Small-Block Powered Cars. Street, strip or track, the mighty "mouse" is the engine of choice. See what made the small-block the favorite it is, its development and history, and the cars it powered into the record books. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, High-Performance Car, Hot Rod, Muscle Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Drag, Track, Fifties, 1950's, 1950s. Softbound, 8-1/4 x 10-5/8, 128 pp., 50 black-and-white and 80 color photos. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 19.95. Four copies available. 00.00

11295. C.H. Wendel. American Automobile Trademarks 1900-1960. Hundreds of trademarks and logos of existing and extinct automobile companies fill this nostalgic collection. From ornate scrollwork to stylized modern types, this ready reference from the U.S. Patent Office files covers changes in appearance, and provides a concise history of the American automobile industry. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Trademark, Emblem, Logo, Reference. Softbound, 8-1/4 x 10-5/8, 160 pp., 768 black-and-white illustrations. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 19.95. Four copies available. 00.00

11296. R.M. Clarke, ed. The Land Rover Story, Part I: 1948-1971. Brooklands Books consist of reprinted articles from major automotive magazines and deal specifically with one make or model. Each is filled with road tests, specs, driving impressions, articles on model introductions, used car features, history, tuning, and more. Brooklands. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, British Car, English Car, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Rover, Land Rover. Softbound, 8 x 10-3/4, 100 pp., color cover, approx. 170 black-and-white photos. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 19.95. Six copies available. 00.00

11297. Carl Hungness. Indianapolis 500 Yearbook, 1993. Captures all the drama and excitement of the "greatest spectacle in racing" in the only annual to bring you such detailed reports from the Brickyard. Filled with color photographs of the action in the pits, on the track, and behind the scenes, plus day-to-day coverage of events leading up to the race. With colorful driver and team profiles. Transportation, Automobile, Racing Car, Sports Car, Indianapolis, Indianapolis 500, Indy, Speedway, 1993. Softbound, 8-1/2 x 11, approx. 200 pp., color cover, many black-and-white and color photos. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 23.95. Four copies available. 00.00

11298. Carl Hungness. Indianapolis Stock Car Yearbook, 1995. The world's most complete Brickyard 400 coverage. History was made at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway when the rolling thunder of NASCAR Winston Cup racing took to the Brickyard for the first time in the early '90's. Filled with action-packed coverage of all the cars, all the teams, and all the drivers: the ultimate Brickyard 400 annual! Transportation, Automobile, Racing Car, Sports Car, Stock Car, NASCAR, Winston Cup, Indianapolis, Brickyard 400, Indy, Speedway, 1995. Softbound, 8-1/2 x 11, approx. 200 pp., color cover, approx. 500 black-and-white and color photos. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 24.95. Four copies available. 00.00

11299. Peter Noad. VW Beetle in Motorsport - The Illustrated History, 1940s to 1990s. A full and fascinating pictorial history of the "sporting" Beetles, from the first entered in the 1949 Monte Carlo Rally. Trials, hillclimbs, rallycross, autocross, circuit racing, desert racing and drag racing are covered as never before. Decade-by-decade overviews backed by extensive photo captions follow the Beetle through the years, emphasizing highlights and competition successes along the way. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Beetle, Trial, Hillclimb, Rallycross, Autocross, Circuit Racing, Desert Racing, Drag Racing. Hardbound, 8-1/2 x 12, 144 pp., color cover, 250 black-and-white, and 22 color photos. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Published at 29.95. Two copies remaining. 39.50

11301. Frederick W. Crismon. International Trucks. From the original high wheelers to today's trucks produced by Navistar International, this renowned historian delivers the most complete pictorial history available today for the marque. Crestline. Transportation, Automobile, Truck, Bus, Tractor, Van, Commercial Vehicle, International, International Harvester, I.H.C., IHC, Navistar, Scout, Reference. Hardbound, 8-3/4 x 11-1/4, 608 pp., red foil hot-stamped cover, over 3,000 black-and-white photos. Brand new, unread, and now believed O.P. Aside from their unique character, Crestline titles sometimes reach the 100.00-150.00 mark after going out-of-print. Published at 49.95. Seven copies available. 49.95

11302. Ditzler Automotive Finishes. 1975 Ford paint colors, including Granada, Pinto, Mustang, Torino, Ranchero, and Maverick. Actual color chip samples, exterior colors each 1/2 x 1-7/16, on 8 x 11 page. In all, 25 samples. Including striking metallics. Color information for flat and semi-gloss interior colors, striping, lower accent color on Pinto, and trunk finish printed at bottom and on verso. Ditzler, PPG Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. and Torrance, Calif.: 8/1975. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Granada, Pinto, Mustang, Torino, Ranchero, Maverick, 1975, Color Chip, Paint Sample, Ditzler, Automotive Finishes, PPG Industries, Detroit, Michigan, Torrance, California, Industrial Design, 197*, 1970's, 1970s, Seventies, Muscle Cars. Colors bright and choice, the metallics untarnished, trivial edge dust toning, else N.O.S. and excellent. From library of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, later Senior Foreman, General Motors. Interesting for the restorer or enthusiast alike. For their exhaustive information, provenance, and lovely condition, these Ditzler samples are the choicest Seventies chips we've had. (Large group available. Inquire for lot price.) 6.75

11305. Henry Rasmussen. American Classic Cars. The Survivor Series. (Second volume.) Picturama Publications, Arroyo Grande, Calif.: 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Coachbuilt Car, Custom Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Auburn, Cadillac, Cord, Duesenberg, Franklin, Imperial, Lincoln Continental, Marmon V-16, Packard, Pierce-Arrow, Ruxton, Stutz, Merrimac Body, Art Photography. 8-3/4 x 11 oblong, silver-stamped silver cloth, color pictorial d.j., (128) pp., full color art photographs throughout on heavy enamel. Combining special effects, meticulously prepared backgrounds, choice cars, and the highest level of presswork, this is a must for the connoisseur of fine automotive photography. "Rasmussen tells the story of these great cars in text and many never-before-published historical photographs, punctuating spread after spread of magnificent color portraits of the cars the way they look today, taken in locales ranging from the white sands of the Florida Keys to the fog-shrouded panorama of San Francisco. Moody, sensuous, and unmatched in their attention to elegance...." Ex-William Todd Library, 1940's Mack Truck engineer and 1960's General Motors Senior Foreman. Some d.j. scuffing, one edge tear on back, else unread and internally as new. 54.50

11308. Piet Olyslager. Illustrated Motor Cars of the World. Introduction by Jack Brabham. 900 models in full color, four per page, evidently painted in watercolor especially for this book. Optimistically depicting "The world's great marques, from every shop or factory of every car-producing nation," but still with a wealth of obscure and fascinating vehicles, 1770-1967, together with a separate section of Experimental Cars. Grosset & Dunlap, N.Y.: 1967. Printed in The Netherlands. Automobile, Reference, Antique Car, Classic Car, Experimental Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Veteran Car, Vintage Car. 7-3/4 x 8-1/4 oblong, 255 pp., color pictorial cloth, color d.j., index. A number of marques are noteworthy for their historical importance, oddity, or excessive rarity; each includes a brief caption with technical information. Several minor d.j. edge tears, else apparently new. Considerably scarcer than the 1971 edition. 24.50

11311. Joe McCarthy. Mustang. A fascinating history of the then-mature Mustang, interestingly penned by this accomplished author of non-automotive works, including the J.F.K. best-seller "Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye." Written in a fluid fashion, chapters include the Mustang Mystique, Planning a New Mustang, Coming Up with a Design, The Continuing Debate: Notchback vs. Fastback, Comparative Specifications, and more. Fascinating photos of Ford's styling studios, Trans Am racing, and more. Modern Sports Car Series, Sports Car Press, N.Y.: 1973. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Muscle Car, Racing Car, Ford, Mustang, Lee Iacocca, Trans Am, Carroll Shelby. 5-1/4 x 8, 92 pp., softbound. Some fore-edge and front cover soiling, else fine. Ex-William Todd Library, 1940's Mack Truck engineer and 1960's General Motors Senior Foreman. 16.50

11314. Piet Olyslager. Illustrated Motor Cars of the World. Introduction by Jack Brabham. 900 models in full color, four per page, evidently painted in watercolor especially for this book. Optimistically depicting "The world's great marques, from every shop or factory of every car-producing nation," but still with a wealth of obscure and fascinating vehicles, 1770-1967, together with a separate section of Experimental Cars. Grosset & Dunlap, N.Y.: 1967. Printed in The Netherlands. Automobile, Reference, Antique Car, Classic Car, Experimental Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Veteran Car, Vintage Car. 7-3/4 x 8-1/4 oblong, 255 pp., color pictorial cloth, color d.j., index. A number of marques are noteworthy for their historical importance, oddity, or excessive rarity; each includes a brief caption with technical information. Several d.j. edge tears and soiling, old tape repair on back, else virtually new. Considerably scarcer than the 1971 edition. Ex-William Todd Library, 1940's Mack Truck engineer and 1960's General Motors Senior Foreman. 24.00

11318. Floyd Clymer. Simca Owner's Complete Handbook of Repair and Maintenance. "4 Cylinder and V8 - Includes 1960 Models. Plus Floyd Clymer's Road Test - 4 Books in One." Fascinating photographs of Clymer's road test in Western U.S.; factory manufacturing scenes; owner's and service manual. "Certain features of Simca are as odd as a three dollar bill, and only a Frenchman could have ever conceived them...(but) I found it superior to the American style of operation...." Floyd Clymer, Los Angeles, Calif.: 1960. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, French Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Simca, SIMCA, Ariane, Aronde, Vedette. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 268 pp. + addendum, pictorial leatherette-embossed soft cover, profusely illustrated. Some matter in French, as supplied by Simca, but largely in English. Ex-William Todd Library, 1940's Mack Truck engineer and 1960's General Motors Senior Foreman. Brown toning on inside covers from clear library overwrap, card pocket and lower spine label neatly removed, else internally clean and about fine. 14.75

11321. Robert Wieder and George Hall. The Great American Convertible - An Affectionate Guide. "The convertible is well on the way to becoming a collector's item: to own, to drive, and to cherish as a symbol of a bygone era. This book is a photographic and narrative record of the convertible's history, from the first open-air Model T built in 1913 to the 1976 Cadillac Bicentennial El Dorado...Filled with advice about how to locate, buy, and maintain a secondhand convertible, including a checklist of important questions to ask...." Doubleday/Dolphin, Garden City, N.Y.: 1977. First Ed. 8-1/4 x 11, 142 pp., color pictorial boards, full-color and black and white photos, well illustrated. Transportation, Automobile, Convertible, Ragtop, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Open Car, Vintage Car, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Duesenberg, Ford Mustang, Packard, Pontiac, Thunderbird, Volkswagen. Fascinating showing of patent drawings of early ideas for convertible tops. Shelf label removdd from lower spine, two old tape reinforcements at inner hinge, final leaf evidently lacking though possibly blank, else internally clean and fine. Scarce. A delightfully designed book, truly capturing, through fine photography, well-chosen period illustrations, and good writing, the magic of convertible motoring. 24.00

11342. Ami Guichard, Managing Ed. Automobile Year. Annual Automobile Review No. 5, "1957-1958." Edita S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland: 1958. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Coachbuilt Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Bugatti, Minicars, Formula 1, Formula One, Grand Prix, Rally, Rallies, Indianapolis 500. 9-1/2 x 12-3/4, 224 pp., plain printed boards, black-and-white, duotone, and full color, enamel and blue text, variously. "We present the most important topics of the year in a concise illustrated form...Divided into two parts, the first dealing with cars in general (models of 1958), and the second recording the great sporting events (of 1957)...." Featuring the story of Bugatti, together with much minicar and small-car content ("It is an enquiry which takes us into some unexpected byways, for the subject has its psychological as well as its economic and technical aspects"), the year's new production cars, coachwork, dream cars, and separate treatments of Formula 1 Grand Prix races, sports car racing, and rallies. Ex-lib., blank lower portion pp. 83-84, 123-124, and 193-194 clipped, lower right corner several dozen pages banged, spine reinforced with black library tape, moderate external tip and spine wear, else internally clean and good. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Reduced, 85.00

11343. Ami Guichard, Managing Ed. Automobile Year. Annual Automobile Review No. 7, "1959-1960." Edita S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland: 1959. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Coachbuilt Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Fiat, Formula 1, Formula One, Grand Prix, Rally, Rallies, Indianapolis 500. 9-1/2 x 12-3/4, 232 pp., plain printed boards, black-and-white, duotone, and full color, enamel and groundwood text, variously. "We present the most important topics of the year in a concise illustrated form...Divided into two parts, the first dealing with cars in general (models of 1960), and the second recording the great sporting events (of 1959)...." Featuring the story of Fiat, together with exhaustive new-car content, coachwork, styling, dream cars, and separate treatments of Formula 1 Grand Prix races, sports car racing, and rallies. Ex-lib., small portion Omega watch ad front endpaper affected by removal of old tape, fragment remaining, evidence of removal of library overwrap taped to blank inside front and inside back boards, very minor shelf and tip wear, else showing relatively little use, internally clean and fine. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Reduced, 120.00

11344. Gunther Molter, Ed. Automobile Year. Annual Automobile Review No. 10, "1962-1963." Tenth Anniversary Issue. Edita S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland: 1963. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Coachbuilt Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Japanese Car, Honda, NSU, Wankel, Rotary Engine, Alfa Romeo, Drag Racing, Formula 1, Formula One, Grand Prix, Rally, Rallies, Indianapolis 500. 9-1/2 x 12-3/4, 242 pp., plain printed yellow boards, black-and-white, duotone, and full color, enamel and groundwood text, variously. "We present the most important topics of the year in a concise illustrated form...Divided into two parts, the first dealing with cars in general (models of 1962 and 1963), and the second recording the great sporting events (of 1962)...." Featuring the stories of Honda, the Japanese Motor Industry, and Alfa Romeo (with color gatefold plate), together with exhaustive new-car content, coachwork, styling, dream cars, and separate treatments of Formula 1 Grand Prix races, sports car racing, rallies, drag racing. "Highlights in Sixty Years' Development of the Grand Prix Engine." "International Coachwork Design Competition...." Ex-lib., evidence of removal of library overwrap taped to blank inside front and inside back boards, blank front endleaf removed, some cover soiling, few leaves shaken, very light shelf and tip wear, else internally clean and very good. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Reduced, 125.00

11345. Gunther Molter, Ed. Automobile Year. Annual Automobile Review No. 11, "1963-1964." Edita S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland: 1964. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Coachbuilt Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Japanese Car, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Stock Car Racing, Formula 1, Formula One, Grand Prix, Rally, Rallies, Indianapolis 500. 9-1/2 x 12-3/4, 232 pp., gold-stamped blue cloth, black-and-white, duotone, and full color, enamel and groundwood text, variously. "We present the most important topics of the year in a concise illustrated form...Divided into two parts, the first dealing with cars in general (models of 1963 and 1964), and the second recording the great sporting events (of 1963)...." Featuring the stories of the Ferrari Superamerica, Mercedes-Benz 230 SL, "Porsche - The First Fifteen Years," "Cars of the Year: Dream Cars, Prototypes and Special Bodies," together with exhaustive new-car content, and separate treatments of Formula 1 Grand Prix races, sports car racing, rallies, and stock car racing. Ex-lib., evidence of removal of library overwrap taped to blank inside front and inside back boards, blank front endleaf removed, blank lower portion Table of Contents page irregularly torn, few leaves loose, light cover soiling and one stray red mark, else internally clean and good-plus. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Reduced, 95.00

11346. G.N. Georgano, Ed. Encyclopedia of American Automobiles. E.P. Dutton and Co. Inc., N.Y.: 1971. First American Edition. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Coachbuilt Car, Electric Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Steam Car, Vintage Car, Reference. 8 x 10, 222 pp., silver-stamped blue cloth, color d.j., 452 black-and-white photographs, 16 pages of color photographs, indexed. "An up-to-date encyclopedia describing in concise, authoritative detail virtually every make of automobile ever produced and sold in the U.S. and Canada...Makers range from automotive giants like Ford and Chevrolet down to little enterprises whose total production did not reach double figures. Every conceivable design is here: the conventional, the advanced, and the downright eccentric; cars with three, four, six and eight wheels...cylinders ranging from one to sixteen...steam, gasoline, electricity and liquid air. An extensive archive of automotive photographs from all eras further illuminates the fascinating and authoritative text...." Ex-lib., presumably blank front flyleaf inlaid on red endleaf, clear cello overwrap, average handling wear, and generally very satisfactory and tight. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 29.50

11347. Bill Neville. Real Steel. An Investor's and Philosopher's Guide to the American Automobile (1940-1960). Running Press, Philadelphia: 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Avanti, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Crosley, Dodge, De Soto, Edsel, Ford, Hudson, Kaiser, Lincoln, Mercury, Metropolitan, Nash, Packard, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Pontiac, Rambler, Studebaker, Willys, Pierce-Arrow, Isotta Fraschini, Rudolph Valentino, Reference. 8-1/2 x 11, 128 pp., softbound, profusely illustrated, indexed. Fascinating compilation of the author's expert - and witty - observations on a plethora of collectible cars, presented in the style of "Car & Driver" Yearbooks of the 1960's, with one car per page, with photo, value chart, lengthy specifications, and editorial. With multiple marques of any given year, including Avanti, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Crosley, Dodge, De Soto, Edsel, Ford, Hudson, Kaiser, Lincoln, Mercury, Metropolitan, Nash, Packard, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Pontiac, Rambler, Studebaker, and Willys. Fascinating, full-color "Souvenir Edition" of "The First Annual Movieworld Celebrity Charity Auction," May 1977, Movieworld Museum, tipped to inside back cover, (12) pp., address panel clipped; including 1920 Gold-Plated Pierce-Arrow ($180,000 new!), the 1927 Rudolph Valentino Isotta Fraschini, and other fascinating cars. Small label removed from lower left corner front cover, light tip wear and cover scuffing, internally clean and very good. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 16.00

11352. J. Frank Duryea. When Chicago Introduced the Automobile to America - The 'Times-Herald' Road Race, Nov. 28, 1895 and the Car that Won. Privately-published, Albany, N.Y.: c. 1945. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Vintage Car, Horseless Carriage, Duryea, Stevens-Duryea, J. Frank Duryea, Charles E. Duryea, Evanston, Chicago, Illinois, Peoria, Springfield, Massachusetts, Race, Racing. Booklet, 8-1/2 x 11, 16 pp., illus., title label on wine embossed cover, black and white text. Privately-printed account of America's first automobile race. Duryea's personal supply, kept in his home for distribution as gifts; a trifle musty, else in virtually as-new condition. With letter of provenance. Other items relating to Charles and J. Frank Duryea available. 49.50

11358. Oliver Evans. Document Signed of Oliver Evans, generally regarded as the builder of America's first recorded automotive vehicle, the "Orukter Amphibolos." This vehicle was powered by the first high-pressure steam engine - another Evans invention. A document in which Evans sells "Cole" (coal), possibly for a steam engine. "Received July 15th 1803 of William Price Thirty Seven Dollars for Eighty bushel Cole & 10 bushel fine Salt in full." Bearing his ornate signature with paraph. 2-1/4 x 6. Another receipt, probably unrelated, penned on verso in another hand. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Steam Car, Vintage Car, Oliver Evans, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Newark, Delaware, Orukter Amphibolos, Inventor, Invention, Steam Engine, Steam Dredge, Dredging, Elevator, Conveyor, Drill, Hopper Boy, Descender, Flour. Unquestionably, by virtue of its signator and date, the most important Philadelphia auto-related item - the most important Pennsylvania auto-related item - and the most seminal historical artifact relating to the history of the automobile in America, that we have ever had. Even before the American Revolution, construction of a land-carriage propelled without animal power was an obsession of Evans. "Produced under contract from the Board of Health of Philadelphia for the purpose of cleaning the city docks...during the second week of July 1805, the vehicle moved under its own power. Further demonstrations followed at Centre Street (the site of Philadelphia City Hall today)...."--Standard Catalog of American Cars. After its one-and-a-half-mile journey through Philadelphia's streets, it would serve as the first steam-dredging machine in America. A fascinating individual, Evans also invented the elevator, the conveyor, the drill, the hopper-boy, and the descender, all of which revolutionized flour manufacture. Called the "Watt of America," Evans was also the first to build high-pressure steam engines, used to power his vehicle. (Englishmen Vivian and Trevithick, sometimes erroneously given cre ting evidence, some edge toning, else about fine. Evans' autograph is excessively rare in any form. In the last thirty years, this is only the third example we have seen on the market, one being a signature torn in half and remounted! Attractive for display. The earliest American "automobile"-related item one could hope to find, dated the very year that Evans began construction of the machine. 3750.00

11359. J. Frank Duryea. Original award presented to J. Frank Duryea, generally recognized, together with his brother Charles, as the "Father(s) of the American Automobile." Long displayed in his home, this placard was presented to J. Frank Duryea in the late 1940's by the Automotive Council of Los Angeles. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Vintage Car, Horseless Carriage, Duryea, Stevens-Duryea, J. Frank Duryea, Charles E. Duryea, Evanston, Chicago, Illinois, Peoria, Chicopee, Springfield, Massachusetts, Madison, Connecticut, Race, Racing. Executed by calligrapher in six colors on rigid board: india, with blue, red, grey, white, and gold leaf. 10-3/4 x 13 in. "...award'ed] as a token of their appreciation to Mr. J. Frank Duryea, Pioneer in the Automotive Industry who is best known as the builder of the first successful gasoline car in America." Frank is given credit not only for the fundamental design of the first Duryea car, on permanent display in the Smithsonian, but for winning the first automobile race in America in a car of his design (1895). Together with Charles, they manufactured America's first "mass-produced" car. Removed from frame, as obtained. Minor wear, but generally very good. Probably the most significant personal memento salvaged from his effects, following his passing in 1967. Together with mint copy of his privately-printed monograph of the same period, "America's First Automobile....," also warranted from his home. Two items, 640.00

11362. Floyd Clymer. Treasury of Early American Automobiles, 1877-1925. Bonanza Books, N.Y.: 1950. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Old Bus, Old Truck, Buick, Dodge, Ford, Model T, Nash, Oldsmobile, Packard, Studebaker, Indianapolis Speedway, Barney Oldfield, Glidden Tours, Reference. 8-1/2 x 11-1/4, 213 pp., red cloth with boards, black and white text, d.j., profusely illustrated with some 500 pictures, indexed. Foreword by James Melton. "...a large, handsomely designed gift-album of photos, advertisements, songs, cartoons, text, and memories, affectionately dedicated to the automobile pioneers of the horseless carriage days...(Including) thrilling accounts of the Indianapolis Speedway Races, the famous Barney Oldfield in action, and the pioneering Glidden Tours...the unpredecented empire of Henry Ford...Famous early cars are pictured...." D.j. with one small piece of tape to each of front and back endpapers, minor d.j. tail crush and storage patina, else a very fine copy. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 17.50

11365. Lincoln-Mercury Div. 1974 Product Facts Book. Lincoln-Mercury Div., Merchandising Dept.: Aug. 1, 1973. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Montego, Cougar, Comet, Capri, Continental, Mark IV, 1970's, 1970s, 1974. 5-1/2 x 8, 13 tabbed sections, each individually paginated, about 1" thick, black and white text, photos of each model and features, the whole in blue embossed vinyl binder decorated in white. Exclusively intended for Lincoln-Mercury salespeople for use in showrooms. Separate sections, each with its own table of contents, for Mercury Montego, Cougar XR-7, Comet, and Capri, and Lincoln Continental and Mark IV. Additional sections for Electrical & General, Dimensions & Capacities, Power Teams, Tire Availability, Safety & Damageability, and Trailer Towing. "...Contains a wealth of product information, which can help both new and seasoned salesmen become better informed and more successful...Specially designed for convenient desk drawer storage...." "Pages for (Competitive Comparison Information) will be developed as competitive information becomes available, and forwarded under separate cover" (not present). Some dust toning of binder and edges of some plastic tabs (washable), else bright and N.O.S., never used. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 49.50

11376. Richard Roberts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, compiler. The Complete Official MGB. Comprising the Official Driver's Handbook, Workshop Manual, (and) Special Tuning Manual. Robert Bentley, Inc., Cambridge, Mass.: 1967. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, British Car, English Car, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, M.G., MG, MGB, MG-B, MB G. 8-3/4 x 12, 282 pp. + 6 pp. "Maintenance History" log, gold-titled black library buckram, black and white text, innumerable technical drawings and exploded diagrams, exactly as they appeared in the corresponding factory publications, though pages apparently redesigned and enlarged for easier reference. "...Assembled with the sports car enthusiast in mind...The 'Driver's Handbook' is the same manual provided with every new MGB...The 'Workshop Manual' is the official factory service manual and was intended primarily for use by dealer service departments...The 'Special Tuning Handbook' was written for the serious enthusiast who wishes to race his car or improve its performance for hot street use. Included here are listings of competition parts as available from authorized MGB dealers...It is important to note that the presence of parts in the parts listings does not necessarily mean that they are legal for all types of racing...." Ex-lib., cloth at lower spine perished where library marking rubbed, though easily recovered with decorative spine label, marking removed at blank corner rear endpaper, minor cover and tip shelf wear, else internally clean and about fine. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 34.00

11392. Ford. 1953 Ford Owners Manual. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: 1953. Form no. 3692-53-G. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 4-1/2 x 6, 36 pp., color inside and outside covers, black and yellow text on enamel, profusely illustrated. On front cover, "50th Anniversary, 1903-1953" medallion; on last page, a 50th Anniversary tribute, with portraits by Norman Rockwell of Henry, Edsel, and Henry Ford II; on outside back cover, in color, Ford models of 1903, 1908, 1928, 1932, and 1953. Computations in fountain pen on inside front cover and title page, apparently by owner, some soft cover creases, pink stain, possibly from rubber stamp pad, else internally clean, and overall very satisfactory. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 24.50

11394. Ford. 1956 Ford Owners Manual. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: Nov. 1955. Second Printing. Form no. 3692-56. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 5-1/4 x 7-1/2, 40 pp., white and orange hardtop in color on outside front cover, black and red text on enamel, profusely illustrated. Much cockling from water stains, covers scuffed and waterstained, pp. 20-21, 24-27, 30-31, and 34-39 lightly stuck at blank outer margins. With soaking to free pages, a basic reading or spare copy. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Because of condition, just 2.25

11395. Ford. 1957 Ford Owners Manual. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: Oct. 1956. First Printing. Form no. 3692-57. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 5-1/2 x 8, 40 pp., red and white hardtop in color on outside front cover, black and blue text on enamel, profusely illustrated. Very soft vertical crease, light water staining at first and last four leaves, lightly cockled, else satisfactory and good. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Because of condition, just 14.75

11396. Ford. 1958 Ford Owners Manual. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: Nov. 1957. First Printing. Form no. 3692-58. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 5-1/2 x 8, 40 pp., artwork of four-door sedan in golden orange on outside front cover, black and apricot text on enamel, profusely illustrated. Front cover considerably scuffed and soiled, 1/2 x 1-1/4" blank corner back cover lacking, corresponding tear at corner last leaf, else internally virtually as new. With owner's original Ford Service Policy. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Two items. 21.50

11398. Ford. 1960 Ford Falcon Owners Manual. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: 1959. First Printing. Form no. 7759-60. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Falcon, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 4-1/2 x 9 oblong, 48 pp., black and butterscotch text, profusely illustrated with photographs and charming sketches. Some cover creases and toning, characteristic of clay-coated "Kromekote" papers, extremely light water stain at blank top margins, else a New Old Stock copy, internally in excellent condition. In original factory envelope, "You have wisely purchased a new Ford Falcon...Lorain Ford Assembly Plant"; envelope tattered, and with owner's gas mileage computations in pen. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Two items. Desirable First Printing of this first-year model. 24.50

11399. Ford. 1961 Ford Falcon Owners Manual. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: Sept. 1960. First Printing. Form no. 7759-61. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Falcon, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 4-1/2 x 6-1/2 oblong, 48 pp., mustard-gold and black on robin's-egg blue cover, red, pink, and black text, profusely illustrated with photographs. Some spine fading, minor fingerprinting on front cover, else a New Old Stock copy in excellent condition. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 14.25

11400. Ford. 1961 Ford Owners Manual. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: Nov. 1960. Second Printing. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 4-1/2 x 8 oblong, (64) pp., pen-and-ink artwork of full-sized Ford at boatyard in black on olive-green cover with Ford logo in color, olive and black text, profusely illustrated with photographs and numerous watercolor drawings. Mocha paint(?) spots on cover, not affecting car, lacking back cover and one-third of final leaf, else internally in remarkably clean condition, showing little use! The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Because of condition, just 4.25

11402. Ford Truck. 1954 Ford Truck Operator's Manual. All models. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: 1954. Form no. 3651-54. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick-Up, Pickup, School Bus, Schoolbus, Ford, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 4-1/4 x 6, 64 pp., black and morocco brown on enamel cover, black text, 34 illustrations. Covering all models, including B, C, F, P, and T Series. Some superficial cover scuffing, minor soiling at fore-edge and inside back cover, else internally fine, showing little use. Uncommon. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 27.50

11403. Ford Truck. 1962 Ford Truck Operator's Manual. Series 100 through 800. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: Sept. 1961. First Printing. Form no. 3651-62. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 5-1/2 x 8, (56) pp., black and morocco brown cover, black text, illustrations, numerous tables, index. Considerable cover discoloration, mousechew blank upper right tip, one short tear at blank upper margin some leaves, some delamination of brown image from back cover, perhaps where set down on a damp surface, back cover and last two leaves considerably stained, staple rust, else internally clean and very satisfactory. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 11.75

11406. Ford Truck. 1963 Ford Truck Operator's Manual. Series 500 through 800. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: 1962. Second Printing. Form no. 7508-63. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 5 x 8, 48 pp., black and mocha cover, black text, illustrations, numerous tables, index. With original Ford "Owner's 1000-Mile Inspection Service Coupon" bearing original owner's information, and second owner's N.Y. Certificate of Registration, reflecting purchase the following year. Considerable cover soiling, creases and soiling on a few pages, but most clean, and a satisfactory copy internally in good condition. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Three items. 14.00

11410. Ford Truck. 1968 Ford Truck Operator's Manual, 100 through 350. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: Apr., 1968. Second Printing. Form no. 3651-68R. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 4 x 9, 80 pp., black and simulated gold cover, black text, profusely illustrated with line drawings, numerous tables, index. With retained carbon copy of purchase contract and invoice. Very light cover wear, else internally very clean, little-used and very fine. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Three items. 17.50

11411. Ford Truck. 1969 Ford Truck Owner's Manual, Econoline and Club Wagon. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: Oct. 1968. Fourth Printing. Form no. 7767-69. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, Club Wagon, Econoline, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 4 x 8-1/2, 52 pp., black and orange cover, black text, illustrations, numerous tables, index. Trivial soft paper clip embossing on front cover, else New Old Stock and excellent. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 14.25

11412. Ford Truck. 1969 Ford Truck Owner's Manual, Econoline and Club Wagon. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: Oct. 1968. Fourth Printing. Form no. 7767-69. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, Club Wagon, Econoline, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 4 x 8-1/2, 52 pp., black and orange cover, black text, illustrations, numerous tables, index. Sunning of lower portion front cover, imparting artistic graduated yellow-orange effect, evidence of gummed flap at blank fore-edge outside back cover, else New Old Stock and excellent. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 13.25

11413. Ford Truck. 1970 Ford Truck Owner's Manual, 100 thru 350 and P-Series. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn: Sept., 1969. Second Printing. Form no. 3951-70-2. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 4 x 8-1/2, 60 pp., black and orange cover, black text, illustrations, numerous tables, index. Some scuffing and edge wear of covers, one edge tear in blank lower margin, internally generally very good to fine. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 10.50

11414. Ford Truck. 1973 Ford Truck "Incomplete Vehicle Manual." Ford Motor Co., (Dearborn): (1968). Form no. D3TA-19A268-AA. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, Econoline, Camper, Henry Ford, Detroit, Dearborn, Reference. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, 47 pp., black on pale blue text, few illustrations. Fascinating item, specifically for Ford vehicles shipped in incomplete state, to be finished as trucks, truck-tractors, buses, or multipurpose passenger vehicles. With factory label affixed to front page with date of manufacture, V.I.N., and weight of the "incomplete vehicle" to which it refers. "This manual must remain with this vehicle until it is certified as a completed vehicle." Some cover soiling, some handling wear, but good. A curiosity! The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 8.25

11415. Chevrolet Truck. 1972 Chevrolet Truck Owner's and Driver's Manual, Series 10-30 (Gasoline). Chevrolet Motor Div., Detroit: Feb., 1972. Third Printing. Part no. 6263138. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick-Up, Pickup, Chevrolet, Detroit, Reference. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4 oblong, (80) pp., green and black cover, black text, illustrations, numerous tables, index. Superficial file scuffing of front cover edges, soiling back cover, else evidently a New Old Stock copy, internally very fine. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 11.75

11417. Chevrolet. 1964 Chevrolet Owners Guide. Chevrolet Motor Div., Detroit: n.d. Second Edition. Part no. 3841540. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Detroit, Reference. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4 oblong, (52) pp., four-door hardtop in full color on cover, black text, illustrations, numerous tables, index. Amazingly, Chevrolet shop manuals back to 1919 are offered by mail order on last page, for five dollars! One cover crease, ink computation on back cover, else very good. Together with: "Rear Door Safety Lock Instruction Sheet," illustrated, 1964 imprint, on tissue (considerably wrinkled); collection of 10 owner's insurance policies and related papers for his 1964 Chevy Biscayne Station Wagon (as well as 1958 Willys Jeep, 1955 Plymouth, and 1951 Chevrolet, variously), with one envelope; all in original clear plastic wallet with Chevrolet logo in blue and yellow (wrinkles). An interesting ensemble. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 14 items in all. 30.00

11419. Chevrolet Corvair. 1961 Chevrolet Corvair Owners Guide. Chevrolet Motor Div., Detroit: n.d. First Edition. Part no. 3784030. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Corvair, Detroit, Reference. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4 oblong, 48 pp., yellow, orange, grey and black cover, black text, illustrations, table, index. Crescent waterstain at left portion cover and most of back cover, tear but no separation at rear spine, edge toning last leaf, else internally very good. One of the most artistic covers of any owner's manuals we've seen! The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 8.25

11421. Chevrolet. 1964 Chevrolet Owners Guide. Chevrolet Motor Div., Detroit: n.d. Second Edition. Part no. 3841540. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Detroit, Reference. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4 oblong, (52) pp., four-door hardtop in full color on cover, black text, illustrations, numerous tables, index. Amazingly, Chevrolet shop manuals back to 1919 are offered by mail order on last page, for five dollars! V.I.N. neatly penned on blank portion back cover, light fingerprint front cover, else a New Old Stock copy. Together with: "Custom Feature Accessories for your Chevrolet for more driving enjoyment 1964," colorful folder, opening to 16 x 16, illustrating everything from wire wheels to four different models of air conditioners; 1964 Chevrolet Owner Protection Plan booklet, 4-1/2 x 7 oblong, evidently all serially-numbered coupons and vouchers intact; stiff white card, "Instructions for Care & Use of Seat Belts," 5 x 8; and New York State registration stubs for owner's 1964 Chevy in 1969, 1970, and 1971; all in original clear plastic wallet with Chevrolet logo in blue and yellow (some wrinkles). An interesting ensemble. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 8 items in all. 34.50

11422. Chevrolet. 1967 Chevrolet Chevy II Owner's Manual. Chevrolet Motor Div., Detroit: Nov., 1966. Second Edition. Part no. 3901025. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Chevy II, Chevelle, Corvette, Stingray, Detroit, Reference. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4 oblong, (56) pp., pink and black cover, black text, illustrations, numerous tables. Amazingly, Chevrolet shop manuals back to 1919 are offered by mail order on last page, for five dollars! Cover soiling, wrinkle and scrape at lower center, soft crease upper right most pages, else internally clean and very good. Together with: "1967 Custom Feature Optional Accessories," colorful booklet, (12) pp., illustrating red Corvette Stingray, Camaro, and Chevelle Super Sport Convertible on cover, with everything from wheel covers to radios shown inside (mint N.O.S.); 1967 Chevrolet Owner Protection Plan booklet, 4 x 6-3/4 oblong, 46 pp., metal protect-o-plate intact (some wear); all in original clear plastic wallet with Chevrolet logo in blue and yellow (some wear). An interesting ensemble. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 4 items in all. 24.75

11427. Johnson Motors. (1965) Johnson (Boat) Motor Owner's Manual, 9-1/2 H.P. Sea Horse Models MQ-MQL. Johnson Motors, Waukegan, Ill.: 1964. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Boat, Old Boat, Boating, Marine, Motor, Outboard, Johnson, Waukegan, Illinois, Reference. 6 x 9 oblong, 26 pp., red, black, and simulated gold on white cover, black and white text, illustrations. Considerable cover soiling, blank upper right tip front cover lacking, spine tear but no separation, tip wear, else internally very satisfactory. Uncommon. Found in a Bronx, NY Studebaker dealership. 29.50

11429. Plymouth. 1960 Plymouth Valiant Service Manual. Chrysler Corp., Valiant Div., Detroit: Nov. 1959. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chrysler, Plymouth, Valiant, Detroit, Reference. 8-1/4 x 11, eccentrically paginated in 23 sections but thick, red and black on white leatherette cover with Valiant logo, black and white text, profusely illustrated. "The Valiant is a very special automobile. Every part of the Valiant has been designed for the Valiant...especially for this completely new car...." Sections include Lubrication and Maintenance, Accessories, Front Suspension, Rear Axle, Brakes, Clutch, Cooling, Electrical, Engine, Exhaust, Fuel System, Universal Joints and Propeller Shaft, Springs and Shock Absorbers, Steering, Transmission, Wheels and Tires, and Body and Sheet Metal. Considerable cover soiling, title page creased, average fore-edge soiling, occasional fingerprinting but internally remarkably clean, showing little actual use. Found in a Bronx, NY Studebaker dealership. 44.50

11431. Plymouth. 1959 Plymouth Owner's Manual. Chrysler Corp., Plymouth Div., Detroit: 1959. Third Edition. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chrysler, Plymouth, Belvedere, Detroit, Reference. 5-1/4 x 8, 36 pp., dramatic lipstick-pink and black cover, pink and black text, illustrations. One of the more stylish owners manuals, the pink color, the typography, graphic design, and the car itself all evoking a strong Fifties flavor. Some cover handling creases, old masking tape with swap meet price at upper right corner, two colorless pinpoint depressions on back cover to about p. 8, else internally satisfactory. Reply card bound in. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 19.75

11432. Plymouth. 1960 Plymouth Valiant Owner's Manual. Chrysler Corp., Plymouth-DeSoto-Valiant Div., Detroit: (1959). First Edition. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chrysler, Plymouth, Valiant, Detroit, Reference. 5-1/4 x 8, 32 pp., red and black cover, red and black text, illustrations. One old soft vertical fold, front cover faded, text cockled from dampstaining, but very satisfactory. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 11.75

11437. Mercury. 1961 Mercury Comet Owner's Manual. Ford Motor Co., Lincoln-Mercury Div., Dearborn: Dec., 1960. Form no. MD-3691C-61. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Mercury, Comet, Dearborn, Reference. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, 32 pp., black, simulated gold, and turquoise cover, turquoise and black text, illustrations. Some cover handling creases near fore-edges, internally fine and clean. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 14.75

11439. Mercury. 1963 Mercury Meteor and S-33 Registered Owner's Manual. Ford Motor Co., Lincoln-Mercury Div., Dearborn: Nov., 1962. Form no. LM-3691-Y-63. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Mercury, Meteor, S-33, Dearborn, Reference. 5 x 8 oblong, 60 pp. + 6 leaves service coupons, unused, grey, blue, wine, and black cover, blue and black text, illustrations. Average cover scuffing, else internally fine and clean. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 14.75

11440. Mercury. 1965 Mercury Registered Owner's Manual (evidently not including Comet, covered in dedicated Manual offered separately). Ford Motor Co., Lincoln-Mercury Div., Dearborn: Oct., 1964. Second Printing. Form no. LM-3691-M-65. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Mercury, Colony Park, Dearborn, Reference. 5 x 8-1/4 oblong, (86) pp., perfect bound, red, and blue cover, blue and black text, illustrations, diecut tabs. One crease on each cover, minor staining outside back, else internally fine and clean. With original invoice for owner's new Colony Park Station Wagon (for which he traded in a nearly new Thunderbird!). Some cover scuffing and hinge creasing, incidental light soiling exposed tabs, else internally clean and fine. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Two items. 15.75

11441. Mercury. 1965 Mercury Comet Registered Owner's Manual. Ford Motor Co., Lincoln-Mercury Div., Dearborn: Feb., 1965. Third Printing. Form no. LM-3691-C-65. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Mercury, Comet, Dearborn, Reference. 5 x 8-1/4 oblong, (72) pp., perfect bound, yellow, grey, and black cover, blue and black text, illustrations. Minor cover wear, internally very fine and clean. With original grey Lincoln-Mercury OwnerCard mailer, perforations intact; dealer's repair invoice, with Continental, Comet, and Mercury logos, charging $3.45 to "correct rattle left 1/4 window, install new bulb in glove box, correct steering squeak on turns"; credit-card-style Mercury Identification card (choice), bearing Mercury logo, and Pocket Information Card, in pocket. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. Five items. A nice ensemble. 32.50

11442. Mercury. 1966 Mercury Registered Owner's Manual. Ford Motor Co., Lincoln-Mercury Div., Dearborn: July, 1965. First Printing. Form no. LM-3691-M-66. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Mercury, Dearborn, Reference. 5 x 8-1/4 oblong, 60 pp., perfect bound, simulated woodgrain cover, lilac and black text, illustrations. Minor cover wear, light suntoning of woodgrain, inner hinge cracked at back, last four leaves of text disbound but present, first two car care coupons used, else very good and clean. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 12.75

11449. Ford. Ford 4-Cylinder Cars and Trucks Instruction Book. Ford Motor Co., Detroit: 1932. High-quality reprint with permission of Form 1944, believed Polyprints though not stated, probably done in the 1960's. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Ford, Detroit, Reference. 5-1/2 x 7-3/4, (64) pp., black on mocha leatherette, black on cream text, illustrated, index. Uniform edge toning of text, else New Old Stock, and in mint condition. The personal file copy of William Todd, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, who later became General Motors Senior Foreman, and an avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. (A variant of this reprint offered separately, our BookID 11450, same price.) 5.75


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