Lot 443    

Howard Chandler Christy Drawing Book,
2008, Historic Americana Online, July 11
full title being Drawings By Howard Chandler Christy Reproductions in Black and White, 1905, New York, Moffat, Yard & Co., horizontal folio in illustrated half red cloth boards with gilt title on cover, with 56 unnumbered full page illustrations.

Condition:  
Soil on boards, light even toning, VG.
Sold: $84.00
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