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Upcoming Auction

Rare Books, Autographs & Maps

Thu, May 11, 2023 at 10am EDT |
New York
Exhibition dates:  May 06 May 07 May 08
2023-05-11 10:00:00 2023-05-11 18:00:00 America/New_York Rare Books, Autographs and Maps Consignments Are Currently Being Accepted. Please note that the end time is an estimate based on average auction duration and is not guaranteed; auctions may end earlier or later than their estimated end time. New York Doyle [email protected]

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Gordon Parks' America

Peter Costanzo examines the life and work of the photographer Gordon Parks who "saw that the camera could be a weapon against poverty, against racism, against all sorts of social wrongs."
Beatrix Potter

Becoming Beatrix Potter

Peter Costanzo chronicles the life of the beloved English writer and illustrator, Beatrix Potter, author of the classic children’s book The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Rare original artwork and letters by Potter highlight the online-only auction of the Mary K. Young Collection.
Pioneer Naratives

Pioneer Narratives

Peter Costanzo profiles some of the fascinating pioneer material in the current online auction of Americana from the Library of Arnold "Jake" Johnson.
Colonial New York

Manhattan, 1776

Peter Costanzo examines Bernard Ratzer's rare 1776 map of New York City and other highlights from the Estate of Dr. Leo Hershkowitz.
Thoreau & James

Thoreau and James

Peter Costanzo reviews summer exhibitions devoted to American authors Henry David Thoreau and Henry James at The Morgan Library & Museum.
James Joyce, Ulysses

James Joyce

Specialist Peter Costanzo discusses the early works of James Joyce, whose tumultuous publishing history has provided a gratifying assortment of rare editions for collectors.
Mets National League Championship Ring

Meet the Mets!

The spirit of Nelson Doubleday, Jr. and the New York Mets is brought to life by remembering the most famous night in Mets history