March 07, 2019 12:00 PM EST Cincinnati
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Post-WWI Maps, Poster of German Airplane Silhouettes, Plus

Poster/broadside, Common Types of German Planes. 28.5 x 36 in., linen backed. Issued by Second Section of General Staff, A.E.F. Printed at Base Printing Plant, 29th Engineers, U.S. Army, 1918. Silhouettes of 12 German planes, each shown from the side, on end and from top/bottom. All are biplanes except a Fokker Triplane Scout. Scouts and Bombers are included as well as fighters. The lower left corner has a brief explanation of how the planes were used in this early application of air power. For example, some were deployed to protect observation balloons.

Four maps from a set, all in color, linen-backed: Somme Battle. 1915. 1 (25.75 x 32.25 in.); Battle of Cambrai. November & December 1917. 5 (25.5 x 28 in.); Allied Advance. 1918. 9 (28.5 x 32 in.); and The British Advance to the Rhine. 10 (17.25 x 26 in.). In red cloth slipcase with "Sir Douglas Haig's Despatches. Maps" on spine. Case broken on three sides. Scattered foxing of linen backings.

Literary Digest "Liberty Map of New Europe Revealing the Great Changes Resulting from the World War 1914-1920 Together wit a Complete New Map of Africa With exhaustive Index of Over 13,000 Names." New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1920. Full color on glassine paper. 82 x 101 in.  Index is 8vo, printed paper wraps, Marshal Foch on front. 44pp. plus 4pp adverts. Both together in printed envelope.

Taride, A. Nouvelle Carte de France, Belgique, Bords du Rhin, Suisse, Etc. Cartes Routieres pour Automobilistes, Cyclistes, etc. Inserts of French colonies in Africa, Oceania, Indo-China, etc. Engraved and printed by Charaire, n.d. Full color. 34 x 40.5 in.

9 photographs and small maps mounted on cardstock. Most with typed labels, one with calligraphic lettering. Photos of:
Victoria Station, the Leave train.
Royal Warwickshire Regiment resting in reserve: Beaumont Hamel, July 1916.
Clouds of smoke and gas during the British attack on the Hohenzollern Redoubt, 13rh October 1915.
Artillery and Cavalry in the ruined village of Trescault, 20th November 1917.
Canadian Light Horse going into action: Vimy Ridge.
Plus maps of Ypres (2 different), Arras, Artois, and Cambrai.

Newspaper, The Daily Chronicle, London, Tuesday November 12, 1918. Headline: End of the Great World War.

Plus a WWII map of Beja, Tunisia (Scale 1:50,000) Sheet 18, Second edition, published by the War Office 1942.

National Geographic Society. France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Atlas Plate 32, June 1960. 19 x 25 in.

Partial French map of Verdun, with markings indicating a working field map.

Condition:

Generally very good. Some with scattered light foxing. Last two with some issues.

Estimate: $75 - $150
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$60
03/07/2019

 

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