National Book Auction

2085 Dryden Road (Route 13), Freeville, New York 13068

About Auction House

National Book Auctions is the product of an evolution. The company was launched in the 1990’s, selling rare and collectible books online when the Internet was just beginning to take shape. During its development, the management has embraced all manner of bookselling methods including online auction, online retail, bricks-and-mortar retail, and live auction.

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    Turkish Manuscript, Hunt & Fish, Catholic

    With a catalog filled with numerous distinct, rare, and decorative books, the upcoming Turkish Manuscript, Hunt & Fish, Catholic auction presented by National Book Auctions is an opportunity to view and enjoy literature’s best curiosities. The outstanding and titular lot is a 17th century French manuscript chronicling the Ottoman wars in Turkey. It is not only a handsome, elaborate volume, but was also an early version of the author’s later published works. Other highlights include a collection of German journals that hold everything from pressed flowers to music notes. These and many more journals and histories range in estimate from $200 to $10,000, with over 100 lots available. To view the complete catalog and register to bid, visit LiveAuctioneers . 

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    Aviation, Easton, Atlases, 17th Century

    The upcoming literary auction Aviation, Easton, Atlases, 17th Century by National Book Auctions offers a selection of rare, antique, and decorative books.  With 167 lots that include authors’ signatures and first editions, each would be an important addition to any library.  Featured is a collection of volumes on early aviation from the library of a pioneering female aviator, selections from the library of a retired Eastern Orthodox Church priest, and several antique atlases and sets of decorative literature.  Highlights include a very rare 1683 first edition by Bartholomaeo Corsetto with gilt hand toolinga, a signed first edition copy of “A Visit to Egypt” by scientist and baron William George Armstrong, and a 1712 foilo of “Alle de Wercken van den Heere Jacob Cats.” For the complete catalogue and bidding registration, go to Live Auctioneers.