Arnold “Jake” Johnson was a spirited bibliophile who collected rare books that fascinated the likes of avid book collectors from all around the world. Johnson’s book collection ranged from the 17th century to contemporary reads which still are unique and valuable. This September, a part of Johnson’s books is being auctioned by Doyle Auction to fascinate all kinds of book lovers with the offerings. One of the noteworthy books that are both precious and rare goes by the name of “An American Angler”. It has the highest estimation of $800 and is a compilation of works from popular authors such as Walton and Burgess (Stringer & Co) from 1845.
A book like Long Shore by Barber, Joel D. is a remarkable item that brings a sense of charm with its subject matter. The book presents American history along with folklores. Similarly, another book being featured, the Trapshooting: The Patriotic Sport by Eaton D. H. which is a brief history of the sport, its appliances, records, rules, etc. Book lovers can bid for the items starting from $20. 285 books are being offered. To find more on the items please visit Doyle Auctions.
Lot Categories:Books, Manuscripts & Archives (285)
# of Lots:285
Price Range:$20 - $800
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|The American Angler\\\'s Guide||
|EATON, D. H. Trapshooting. The Patriotic Sport||
|BORNER, A. C. et al.||
|BARBER, JOEL D. \\\'Long Shore||
- American Angler's Guide
- Americana & Hunting
- Arnold ‘Jake’ Johnson
- Derrydale Press
- Doyle Auction
- Eaton. D. H.
- Joel D
- Long Shore
- rare books
- The Patriotic Sport
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