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Date - 12 March 2019

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Lot: 44

ANTHONY JACOBSZ (1621)
Americae Septentrionalis Pars from the West Indische Paskaert

From the original in the collection of E.B. OCallaghan LL.D., published 15 vols. 'The O'Callaghan...

Hammer Price : €130.00
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Lot: 45

TINDAL AFTER RAPIN (1687-1774)
Plans of the Principal Towns, Ports and Harbours in Ireland. 39 x 40cm

 

Provenance: The Collection of Hugh and Anne Iremonger

 

 

Hammer Price : €220.00
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Lot: 46

HERMANN MOLL (1651-1732)
A collection of maps of various parts of the world including a general map of Great Britain and Ireland; France; a map of the Continent of the East Indies; Great Greece; a...

Lot: 47

JOHN SPEEDE (1552-1629)

The Province of Munster, with Town Plans for Lymricke and Corcke

Published by B. Sudbury and G. Hunske; Penguin text verso. 39 x 51cm

 

 

Provenance: The Collection...

Lot: 48

JOHANNUS VAN KEVLEN (1654-1715),

Nieuwe Pascaert yande Fuyt Syde Van Yrlandj - A chart of the South-West coast of Ireland.

 

 

Provenance: The Collection of Hugh and Anne Iremonger

Hammer Price : €240.00
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Lot: 49

CHARLES SMITH (18th CENTURY)

A New and Coloured Map of the County of Waterford

S. Wheatley sculps with a dedication to John Eape, Grandison of Limerick. 38 x 53.6cm;

Together with a map of...

Hammer Price : €240.00
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Lot: 50

A MAP OF LOUGH NEAGH AND THE COUNTRY ADJACENT, a chart with depths taken in 1785 when the lake was lower than had been remembered. 44 x 40cm

 

Provenance: The Collection of Hugh and Anne...

Hammer Price : €80.00
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Lot: 51

M. BONNE
Carte D'Irlande
Paris 1781; together with another; Isles Britanniaes; and Cinquieme Carte / Irlande. (4)

 

Provenance: The Collection of Hugh and Anne Iremonger

Hammer Price : €200.00
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Lot: 52

BECKETT, Samuel. Proust. L., Chatto 1931, Dolphin Books. FIRST. Very good clean copy in the rare wrapper (a little chipped and torn). The same, Grove Press, N.Y., n.d. [1957], no. 95 of a...

Hammer Price : €580.00
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Lot: 53

BECKETT, Samuel. How It Is. Translated from the French by Beckett. Calder 1964, one of 100 copies on handmade paper, series B, morocco bound in slipcase, spine sl. faded, printed (hors...

Hammer Price : €420.00
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Lot: 54

FOR WALTER LOWENFELS BECKETT, Samuel. Whoroscope. Hours Press, Paris 1930, stapled, loose in red wrappers (a little scuffed and soiled). One of 300 copies, 100 signed, this copy signed for...

Hammer Price : €1,900.00
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Lot: 55

BECKETT, Samuel. Molloy. Paris 1951, Les Amis des Editions de Minuit, orig. cream wrs, a little marked, slightly cocked, unopened, a nice copy. FIRST PRINTING, no. 208 of 500 copies on Alfa....

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