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Anthony was a promising rare bookman with a wicked sense of humor. He was also a champion mountain cyclist with a great sense of joie de vivre and loved all people and cultures. Anthony was in perfect physical condition, and his physicians believe he overtrained. Like some young athletes, he died of an enlarged heart without any warning. Tragic irony.


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Auction 25

Rare First State of the 1715 De Fer-Delisle Map Showing French Pretensions in North America
Choice Copy with Contemporary Coloring & Gold Highlights
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Hunt & Randel's Guide and Map to Texas - 1839
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Auction 25

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Americana:  High Spots of Texas, the West, Mexico & the Borderlands
Rare Books & Maps
With Emphasis on Maps and Books with Maps

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Rare 1874 Large-Format Roessler Map of Texas with Pocket Covers
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Ross’ 1871 pocket map of Kansas Showing Railroads & Texas Cattle Trails
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Emory's 1844 Map of Texas and the Countries Adjacent: First Map Published by the U.S. Government To Recognize the Boundaries of the Republic of Texas
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First Issue of Delisle's Carte de la Louisiane, establishing Texas as a geographic place name
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Atlas Issue of John Arrowsmith’s Map of Texas: “A magnificent map of Texas...a landmark for its delineation of the pioneer counties of the State of Texas” (Wheat).
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Rare 1890 promotional map of Houston: Map of the Houston Belt and Magnolia Park Railway
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