Archives International Auctions Part XXI Fall Auction 2014

Archives International Auctions, Part XXI 2 October 25, 2014 Archives International Auctions Massachusetts 5 5 Lowell and Petersham United States Mail Coaches, 1842, Way-Bill. Massachusetts, 1842, Original Way-bill, Black print on blue paper with small coaches top left and right corners, VF condition. �����������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $15-30 6 6 ACashCow. Origami made with financial paper, possibly unique. FromMuseumAm Finance ���������������������������������������������������� Est. $25-50 7 7 Baccarat: Two Hundred and Fifty Years A book from the house of Baccarat, celebrating its 250th anniversary this year as a world leader in high-end crystal products ranging from iconic glass com- missioned by royalty to unique tableware, decorative objects, fine jewelry and designer flacons. For those interested in the history, design and craftsmanship of this French luxury brand, with photo- graphs from Baccarat’s archives displaying the craftsmanship and technical innovations of their highly skilled glassblowers, glasscut- ters and engravers, as well as captivating images from advertising campaigns and celebrity clientele. �����������������������������������Est. $100-150 8 8 Prohibition Rum Bottle Recovered in 1994 from the “Lizzie D” in eighty feet of water, five miles south of Long Beach ������������Est. $50-100 9 9 BMW 328 Roadster Pedal Car This new, classically-designed pedal car is equipped with specialized rubber tires to minimize noise. It’s perfect for indoor or outdoor use and is suitable for 3 - 5 year olds. The BMW 328 Roadster meets standard consumer safety specifica - tions for toy safety (ASTM/F 963-07e1). ����������������������������� Est. $250-500 10 10 The 20th anniversary issue of “The Tribeca Trib” and Oliver Al- len’s book “Tribeca: A Pictorial History” complement each other. The newspaper’s publishers Carl Glassman and April Koral collabo- rate with Tribeca historian Allen on a book that reflects their own private Tribeca. Through stories and pictures we learn much about the local past of the “Triangle BelowCanal.” ������������������������Est. $50-100