Oil on Canvas. Coral Gables, Florida. Inscribed verso. From a Long Island, NY collection. Dimensions: 14" high x 24" wide Condition: Relined. Good. Dimensions:, Condition:, Oil on Canvas. Coral Gables, Florida. Inscribed verso. From a Long Island, NY collection. Dimensions: 14" high x 24" wide Condition: Relined. Good. Est: $1,000.00 - $1,500.00
Frederick Stuart Church (1842-1924) Original Oil Canvas Lady with Storks: Stunning oil painting by F.S. Church. Framed and measuring 30.5 x 18.5. Painting is behind glass, with age cracking but no repairs or tears. Signed lower right F.S. Church NY '99
Green cloth covers in good condition. Corners are slightly bent. Interior is tight. Pages are water stained along spine and bottom edge (see photos.) Significant underlining and annotating in pencil. Previous owner wrote "Rev. Benj. F. Weathers' Church Manual, Bought, Dec. 1916. Price, -- 25 cts" in pencil on front end papers. Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall
Berthold Pürstinger was a 15th-century German theological writer and Bishop of Chiemsee. After serving in that See, Pürstinger published a number of writings that focused on religious doctrine and Catholic teaching. He wrote a treatise on the Catholic mass and another on the practice of Communion; however, his most important and impactful work was ‘Onus Ecclesiae’ or ‘Burden of the Church’. ‘Onus Ecclesiae’ is a Catholic exposition on the abuses that the 15th and 16th-century church endured, f
, 1-209 pages, includes 23 plates comprising 15 black and white plates, 7 black and white maps and 1 black and white folding map, contains 6 articles [includes: 'The Danish Kingdom of York.' by Sir Charles W. C. Oman, 'Some hafted weapons of the Middle Ages' by Martin R. Holmes, 'Derivative forms of the petit tranchet in Britain' by J. G. D. Clark, 'Arms and armour in churches in England.' by F. H. Cripps-Day, 'The ancient highways and tracks of Worcesterhire and the middle Severn: Part I.' by G
Richard Hooker, a 16th-century English priest, was one of the most prominent and influential theologians that Anglicanism has seen. “Hooker remains one of the greatest theologians that the English Church has ever possessed; and he conveyed his beliefs in a masterly English prose.” —F.L. Cross: Oxford Dict. of the Christian Church In fact, theological reforms would eventually come to be called ‘Anglicanism,’ a term that wasn’t used during his lifetime. He is remembered today for opposing the P
original and completely intact late 1920's antique american gothic style salvaged chicago church building flush mount ceiling fixture likely designed and fabricated by the curtis lighting inc., 1119 west jackson blvd., chicago, ills. the fixture contains two original sockets designed to provide even light distribution across the bowl of shade. the shade fitter retains the original metallic silver finish. the globe has a richly textured or "crackle" surface/finish. the fitter and shade are free f
A Comprehensive History of the Church of God From The Promise Made To Our First Parents In Paradise to the End Of The Seventeenth Century Of The Christian Era by Rev. Cornelius Ives. Slender leather bound book of 123 pages. Published in 1820 by F.C. and J. Rvington, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London. Boards appear to have separated at some point in the past and reattached. Scarce title.
Hardback 13 x 10 inches. In brown cloth covers with gilt to spine and gilt decor to front. In very good condition. Author?s signature to main title page. Spine very lightly faded. Inside a very clean and tight copy. --- Comprehensive history of Bere Regis in Dorset, with detailed descriptions of the church, monuments and individual buildings in the town. 123pp. Numerous line drawings (many are full-page). Maps. Bi-columnar text.
Wrappers. Spine darkened, lower cover a bit marked. "[I]f ruins are to be preserved for use and not merely for looks, they must not be left, as the romantic purists would leave them, to crumble into dust. A ruin is more than a collection of débris. It is a place with its own individuality, charged with its own emotion and atmosphere, of drama, of grandeur, of nobility, or of charm. These qualities must be preserved as carefully as the broken stones which are their physical embodiment. This does
A very scarce copy of John Paul Ryland and F. C. Beazley's work on the monuments found in churches in the villages of Cheshire, illustrated throughout. A very scarce work. This work looks at the monuments found in the churches in Stoak, Backford, and Thornton-le-Moors, all of which are villages in the county of Cheshire. With a folding plate, and nine plates. Written by J. Paul Rylands and F. C. Beazley. Rylands was a genealogist and topographer, who also published 'The Visitation of Cheshire in
New York.(harbor- lower Manhattan). Issued c.1850, Germany by Meyer. Drawn by Dupre. Engraved by F. Geissler. Prospect urban view looking across the Hudson River towards lower Manhattan from the shore of New Jersey. Lovely and exquisitely engraved mid-19th century print. Almost microscopically tiny profile reveals under magnification dozens, if not hundreds of specific recognizable features including many specific buildings, ship masts, sail boats, church steeples, etc. Foreground scene shows a
one of a kind intact museum-quality and historically important single ornamental hand carved exterior solid keystone salvaged from a pre-fire chicago german school (later known as the gethsemane missionary baptist church) constructed in 1869. the oversized side entrance keystone is one of the very few original decorative elements dating back to the time of the building’s construction. the augustus bauer-designed building was outfitted with two matching keystones (the other was removed when the f
Thomas Hearne, F.S.A. (British, 1744-1817): Donnington Castle, watercolour, H 30 x W 40 cm. Provenance: By descent. Note: The present picture was etched by William Byrne (1743-1805) & published in London with Hearne in January 1778; & again in 1786 by James Phillips as part of Thomas Hearne's 'Antiquities of Great Britain: illustrated in views of monasteries, castles & churches'. In 1777, in conjunction with engraver William Byrne, Hearne began work recording and illustrating the country's histo
Hobbes-Wallis controversy.- Hobbes (Thomas) Stigmai... or markes of the absurd geometry, rural language, Scottish church-politicks and barbarismes of John Wallis, woodcut decorations, mathematical equations, margins of title and final f. repaired and restored at margins, occasional light finger-soiling, modern boards, [Wing H2261], small 4to, for Andrew Crooke, at the Green Dragon in Pauls Church-yard, 1657. ⁂ A scarce work by Hobbes, replying to Wallis' Due Correction... published the previous
FIRST EDITION. Half title, final ad. leaf. Orig. dark green cloth, blocked in blind; spine sl. faded. Inscription on leading f.e.p.: 'Eleanor Thornhill Decr. 25th 1852'. v.g. A churchman and poet, John Keble, 1792-1866, was a leading member of the Oxford Movement. Best known for The Christian Year, a volume of poetry that reached 95 editions during his lifetime, Lyra Innocentium was composed during the period in which John Henry Newman left the Church of England for Catholicism.
Gravity.- Wallis (John) A Discourse of Gravity and Gravitation, Grounded on Experimental Observations: Presented to the Royal Society, first edition, imprimatur f., engraved folding plate, title within double-ruled woodcut border, woodcut initial and head-piece, 20th-century roan-backed boards, spine a little rubbed and faded, [Wing W574], 4to, for John Martyn, printer to the Royal Society, at the Bell in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1675. ⁂ Scarce, a response to Sir Matthew Hale's Essay, Touching th
Foster (Samuel) Miscellanies or Mathematical Lucubrations, translated by John Twysden, text in Latin and English, 10 engraved plates, woodcut initials, head-pieces and diagrams, titles and last f. repaired and laid down, a few plates with margins strengthened and repaired, occasional repaired tears to margins, occasional marginal damp-staining, minor worming to lower margin, 20th century morocco, [Wing F1634], folio, by R. & W. Leybourn. And are to be sold in St. Paul's Church-yard, the Bible up
Grew (Nehemiah) Experiments in Consort of the Luctation arising from the Affusion of several Menstruums upon all sorts of Bodies, first edition, first issue, with final blank, initial imprimatur f. supplied in excellent facsimile, woodcut decorations, E12 with partial ink stamp to margin, modern half morocco, [Wellcome III p.164; Wing G1950], 12mo, for John Martyn, printer to the Royal Society, at the Bell in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1678. ⁂ Rare paper by Grew, presented by him to the Royal Societ
Jeake (Samuel) Logistikhlogia, or Arithmetick surveighed and reviewed, title within double-ruled woodcut border, woodcut diagrams and tables, large folding mathematical table (with neatly repaired tear), lacking initial advertisement f., a very good, clean copy, ink ownership inscription to endpaper, contemporary panelled calf, sympathetically rebacked retaining much of original backstrip, [Wing J499], folio, by J.R. and J.D. for Walter Kettilby at the Bishops-Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard, and
Nabbes (Thomas) Microcosmus. A Morall Maske, Presented with Generall Liking, at the Private House in Salisbury Court, first edition, title with woodcut device, woodcut head-pieces, lacking initial blank f., light foxing and staining to title and final f., small stain to first few ff., bookplate, 19th century half calf, rebacked, [Pforzheimer 756; STC 18342], small 4to, by Richard Oulton for Charles Greene, and are to be sold at the white Lyon in Pauls Church-yard, 1637. ⁂ Scarce, 'This allegori
Popery.- [Carlile (Christopher)] A Discourse. Wherein is plainly proved by the order of time and place, that Peter was never at Rome. Furthermore that neither Peter nor the Pope is the head of Christes Church, mostly black letter, title within elaborate woodcut border, woodcut initials, lacking final blank f., title soiled and with several neat repairs, not affecting text, damp-staining, some creasing to corners, modern antique-style calf, [STC 4655], small 4to, by Tho. East, and H Myddleton: fo
[Evelyn (John)] The Late News or message from Bruxel's unmasked, and His Majesty vindicated from the base calumny and scandal therein fixed on Him, first edition, 4ff., spotting to title and final f., closely trimmed at foot, touching 2 catch-words, contemporary ink inscription to title, modern calf, Keynes 21; Wing E3503], small 4to, for Richard Lowndes at the White Lion in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1660. ⁂ "Evelyn's piece is now exceedingly scarce" - Keynes. We can trace only 1 copy (likely also
Banknote, France, 10,000 Francs, 10 000 F 1945-1956 ''Génie Français'', 1955,Signature J. Belin, G. Gouin d'Ambrieres and P. Gargam. 1.12.1955-6.12.1956.,Arc de Triomphe at left, Napoléon Bonaparte at right.,Multicolor.,Church of the Invalides in Paris at right, Bonaparte at left.
Three Civil War letters from George Townsend of the 29th Massachusetts Infantry, Co. F, who was WIA at Petersburg and writes of the Battle here. In Townsend's first letter to his father, he writes of the Battle at Bethesda Church. Datelined ''White House Landing, Va'' on 5 June 1864, ''...The regt has been into a fight and I have seen several of the wounded men Epreham and Abe Haskell are two of them there was several killed. How many I do not know. They are cut up very bad I am still with the b