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Texana Signature Auction to be held March 15 in Dallas
From the Heritage Bookshelf: Highlights from Our Rare Books Auction
Historical Manuscripts Auction Highlights
Space Exploration News: John F. Kennedy's Vision
Twenty-Nine Fine Art Collotype Prints of Masterpiece Paintings by Hovsep Pushman
Website Tips: Do's and Don'ts For Sending Images To Heritage
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March 11, 2014
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Texana Signature Auction to be held March 15 in Dallas
[Texas Volunteer Guards]. A. Faulkner Guards Medal in Case, circa 1892
By David Boozer

Heritage Auctions' Texana Signature Auction #6109 is only days away. Already, several lots have received an abundance of attention, such as the Jacob de Cordova 1849 Map of Texas. It's beautiful, rare, and important — "the most correct and authentic map of Texas ever compiled," Sam Houston once told the U.S. Senate. Another lot, this 1892 Texas Volunteer Guard medal, is one of the most viewed webpages from this auction. Produced from 10k and 14k pink and yellow gold weighing 41.9 grams, it's no wonder.

Terry's Texas Rangers Reunion Photograph, 1913
Other lots in this auction tell great stories, either visually or through text. For example, behind this photograph of the 1913 Terry's Texas Rangers reunion is likely an interesting tale about Confederate veterans because right in the middle of this group of gray-bearded Confederate vets is a black member. Our research didn't turn up his identity, but maybe your own research can. Another example is the Mexican War diary of Sgt. George Myers, who served in Samuel Walker's U.S. Mounted Rifles. Myers began his 179-page odyssey when he enlisted in February 1847, and ended when he arrived back on U.S. soil after a year fighting in Mexico. Along the way he witnessed the death of Captain Walker, including his account of the death of his beloved commander in this diary. This is truly riveting historical reading.

Stephen F. Austin, Branch T. Archer, and William H. Wharton First Texian Loan Certificate Signed
Still other lots make up the marrow—the nitty-gritty—of this auction. These are the kinds of lots we so often expect to find, like this 1836 Texian loan certificate signed by Stephen F. Austin. These loans were issued by the provisional government of Texas during the Texas Revolution to raise much-needed money for the cause. Another example is this 1838 Republic of Texas oath of allegiance declaring that Thomas Wilkins "did not aid or assist the enemy." Lots like these aren't mundane by any standard, but they are representative of documents that kept Texas functioning as a republic and then a state.

Of course there is much more. You can preview all lots on March 13-14 between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM at 3500 Maple Avenue in Dallas. But if you're impatient and can't wait, preview right from our website, 24 hours a day, where you can explore images, read descriptions, and place bids. The auction will be held in Dallas on the first floor of 3500 Maple Avenue. The Signature Floor Session 1 will take begin at 11:00 AM CT, and the Signature Internet Session 2 (HERITAGE Live!, Internet, fax, and Mail only) will begin at 2:00 PM CT. Happy bidding!

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From the Heritage Bookshelf: Highlights from Our Rare Books Auction
By Joe Fay

Ray Bradbury. Fahrenheit 451
Heritage Auctions' Signature Rare Books Auction #6108 is a deep and delightfully varied selection of over 1,000 lots of rare books, prints, maps, and original art, open for bidding now and closing on April 2 live in New York and online at HA.com/6108.

The cover lot for our catalog, lot 36256, is an unusually fine signed, limited first edition of Ray Bradbury's most famous work, Fahrenheit 451 in the original asbestos binding. Published in 1953, Bradbury's futuristic parable of a world without books is as relevant as ever, and this amazing copy of the first edition is the finest copy of the book we've yet encountered.

John James Audubon. Great Horned Owl - Plate XLI (Havell Edition)
The other catalog covers feature other outstanding lots, as well. The back cover of the catalog features a gorgeous hand-colored plate of the Great Horned Owl by Havell from Audubon's double-elephant folio first edition of The Birds of America. The inside front cover displays a wonderful Armenian Illuminated Manuscript of the Four Gospels. The striking book contains six miniatures, illuminated concordances, marginal illustrations, and ornamented letters. And the inside back cover is a first edition, extremely rare, of a cornerstone of Mormon theology, the 1835 Doctrine and Covenants of the Church of Latter Day Saints. A special feature of this copy is that it comes from an early Mormon family, with a contemporary ownership inscription.

Ian Fleming. Casino Royale
We also have in this auction a deep assortment of titles that come to us from a fine private collection from North Carolina. The collection both begins and ends the auction, and includes a fine first edition of Ian Fleming's first James Bond novel, Casino Royale; a series of prints titled, Flights: Unforgettable Exploits of the Air, each signed by a legend of aviation, including Orville Wright, Charles Lindbergh, and Richard E. Byrd; and a limited edition, one of only ten signed presentation copies of the "Author's Autograph Edition" of Amelia Earhart's first book, 20 Hrs. 40 Min. Our Flight in the Friendship, with one of the original American flags that was on her plane during her flight affixed to the front pastedown. Many, many more rarities can be found in the North Carolina Collection, which comprises 295 lots in this auction. Additionally, as many as 1,000 more fine books from this collection, in the same subject categories and with many signed copies, will be offered in our weekly internet auctions over the next ten weeks, beginning with the auction that starts Thursday, April 3 and ends Thursday, April 10. Weekly rare book and autograph auctions begin and end each Thursday and can be found at HA.com/Books.

[Louis XIV]. l'Office de la Semaine Sainte, Corrige de Nouveau
Heritage is also proud to present a special offering of books, many in fine bindings, with important provenance and arms, and interesting association copies, from a private collection in New Orleans. The collection contains highlights on French enlightenment and history, French and European royalty, Napoleonic Wars, European and Middle-Eastern travels, and Americana. An example of both French history and fine binding in this collection is a copy of l'Office de la Semaine Sainte,... with a contemporary royal binding and a hand-written note that the copy was presented to Louis XIV at Versailles. Also included are works of English literature including first editions by Dickens and Milton; and American works by Capote and Agee. You will find books from the New Orleans collection in a consecutive run from lot 36463 through lot 36523. Additionally, many more excellent books from this collection will be offered in the next several weekly internet auctions.

Cormac McCarthy. Child of God
This auction also boasts an excellent group of fine works of Americana, typified by Theodore Roosevelt's own copy of his Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter, copy number one, with his bookplate; numerous examples of fore-edge paintings, including a wonderful example of a scene from Romeo & Juliet with an inset portrait of Shakespeare; a deep offering of books by and about artists, namely a continuous run of Visionaire from issues one through fifty-six; a fabulous offering of Armenian books and manuscripts, led by a complete set of twenty-nine fine art collotype prints of masterpiece paintings by Hovsep Pushman; and, as always, a deep run of modern literature, with another excellent grouping of first editions by Cormac McCarthy inscribed to a personal friend of his. Most notable among these McCarthy rarities is an inscribed first edition of 1973's Child of God, in the rare original dust jacket.

Just like our last auction, this sale will be conducted in our new 15th floor gallery above our New York office at 445 Park Avenue (at 57th Street). Be sure to visit your favorite books from this catalog on our award-winning website at HA.com/6108, where you will find additional and enlargeable images and, in many cases, supplementary descriptive information. We hope to see you, either in the room, on the phone, or on Heritage Live! on April 2.

Other highlights include, but are certainly not limited to, the following:

Sir Isaac Newton. The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy
[Sir Arthur Conan Doyle & Sherlock Holmes]. Original Brass Plate Celebrating Sherlock Holmes and the Publication of Vincent Starrett's 221B: Studies in Sherlock Holmes
[Abraham Lincoln]. Edward Everett. An Oration delivered on the Battlefield of Gettysburg, (November 19, 1863,) at the Consecration of the Cemetery
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Historical Manuscripts Auction Highlights
By Bryan Booher

One of the joys of working on a typical manuscripts catalog is the sheer diversity of the documents offered. Different periods in (mostly) American history, from Colonial America to the Revolutionary War and the Civil War to the Civil Rights movement, are often represented giving a wide array of options for different collectors. Historical personalities vary from U.S. presidents to foreign heads of state, military figures such as Ulysses S. Grant and Napoleon Bonaparte, scientists like Thomas Alva Edison and Albert Einstein, and authors from Mark Twain to Leo Tolstoy. The upcoming April 2014 Historical Manuscripts Auction #6113 proves no exception.

[Civil War]. Abraham Lincoln Autograph Document Signed
I have decided to go by categories (not all, just a few) and give some highlights of my favorite upcoming lots. Let's start with presidents and foreign heads of state. I'm particularly excited about a Revolutionary War-era George Washington LS written in camp during the harsh winter of 1780 bringing his junior officers up to speed concerning the direness of the situation with the Continental Army and asking them to collect supplies from the locals. Abraham Lincoln — was there ever a more solemn president in our nation's history (and really, who can blame him)? But even old Abe had a humorous side, even if he wasn't trying to be, as in this handwritten field pass allowing a Mrs. J.F. Dougherty to stay in New Jersey "so long as she does not misbehave." Also of note is an early colonial document signed by Queen Anne, the last of the Stuart monarchs, appointing John Wentworth to the Council of "Our Province of New Hampshire."

Since I was a wee lad, the American Civil War has always been a hobby of mine and I still get giddy when I am presented with the opportunity to research anything from that period, and this go round did not disappoint. There are two lots in particular that stood out and left me rather speechless: two war-dated letters from that most controversial of American military figures, George Armstrong Custer. The earlier of the two (and my personal favorite, but not by much) dates just six weeks before the Battle of Gettysburg and just eleven days after the Union defeat at Chancellorsville. He is writing to Michigan Supreme Court Associate Justice Isaac Peckham Christiancy and after praising the valor of Gen. Sedgwick and his men, he writes the following line concerning the opposing army which actually gave me chills (don't judge me): "In my estimation the loss of Stonewall Jackson was a much greater one than all their entire loss in men and material." The second Custer letter is also addressed to Christiancy and was written three weeks after Gettysburg. In this particular letter, Custer is criticizing Meade's failure to crush Lee during the latter's retreat — without openly criticizing him.

Albert Einstein Autograph Mathematical Equation
Physics. I've always had a fascination with the sciences and physics in particular. Needless to say I was intrigued when this little gem came across my desk, even if I didn't understand what in the world it was. Sometime around 1905, Albert Einstein sent this handwritten note containing two mathematical equations to an associate. The first is the approximate energy-mass relation for a body moving at a velocity far below the speed of light. The second is the exact equation which shows that it would take an infinite amount of energy for the velocity to actually reach the speed of light. I happened to be a less than stellar student in math and researching this nearly made my brain explode, but seriously, how cool is this?! It contains one of the earliest iterations of the most famous mathematical equation in history: E=mc2. Handwritten. By Einstein.

[Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination Attempt]. The Montgomery Improvement Association Desk Calendar for the Year 1958
In the first paragraph I mentioned the civil rights movement. Well, I did that for a reason. In last year's October 2013 Manuscript sale we offered a portion of the collection of one great lady, Mrs. Maude Ballou. Though you may or may not recognize her name, Mrs. Ballou was at the center of the civil rights movement. She was the personal secretary to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during his time heading the Montgomery Improvement Association. In addition, she was a close friend of Dr. King and his family. We are very proud to have another portion of her historic collection with items like (but certainly not limited to): the 1958 MIA desk calendar with a note on the attempt on Dr. King's life in Harlem; the 1959 MIA desk calendar with a handwritten note by Dr. King; and a draft of an unsigned letter written entirely in Dr. King's hand in a stenographer's notebook.

George Gershwin Autograph Musical Manuscript Signed
Other random lots I found interesting: a page from a musical sketchbook containing a portion of George Gershwin's Second Rhapsody accomplished entirely in his hand and signed; an archive of Clarence Darrow letters to Forrest R. Black regarding his disgust with prohibition; a twice signed John D. Rockefeller Stock Certificate; an interesting archive of Mohandas Gandhi letters; and an Oscar Wilde ALS written to Dracula author, Bram Stoker, asking for seats at London's Lyceum Theatre.

This is just a small sampling of the wonderful items we are delighted to be offering in our upcoming April 2014 Historical Manuscripts auction. The auction will be held April 3, 2014, in our beautiful 15th floor gallery at our New York City office located at 445 Park Avenue.

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Space Exploration News: John F. Kennedy's Vision
By Michael Riley

President Kennedy address to Congress
Most space collectors and history buffs know the story of how President Kennedy, on May 25, 1961, announced before a joint session of Congress that America would send a man to the moon and back safely before the end of the decade. It was the Cold War era and our country had been embarrassed by the Soviet successes in launching Sputnik in 1957 and in sending Yuri Gagarin into orbit on April 12, 1961, nearly a month before our Alan Shepard's sub-orbital only flight. It was a gargantuan task not unlike the scope of building the Panama Canal or the Manhattan Project, but JFK felt that America was up to the challenge. NASA immediately went to work to make that goal a reality. JFK reiterated and expanded on that goal in a speech on September 12, 1962, at Rice Stadium in Houston, Texas, "...We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win." On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin realized JFK's vision when they placed the Stars and Stripes on the surface of the Moon.

Alan Bean was one of the brave Americans who worked toward that goal to the point of becoming the fourth man to step on the moon in that 1960s decade, on November 19, 1969. He was not just an astronaut, though. He was an artist who had, for several years before his NASA career, been practicing and perfecting his craft. Since retiring from NASA in 1981, Bean has been expressing his experiences in space artistically. After all, he had seen sights that no other artist ever had. To make his original art even more appealing and historic, Captain Bean presses into the canvas surfaces authentic lunar boot moonprints, along with impressions from a core tube-bit used to collect soil samples, and marks from a hammer used to drive the staff of the American flag into the lunar surface. Moon dust from his lunar surface-worn patches is also incorporated into the paint and texturing compound.

Alan Bean: John F. Kennedy's Vision

In 2004, Bean paid his personal respects to the achievement of JFK's goal by creating this stunning painting of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin planting the American flag on the lunar surface. This 36" x 24" acrylic on board is aptly titled "John F. Kennedy's Vision". Heritage Auctions is extremely proud to be offering this monumental painting in our Space Exploration Auction #6115 to be held in Dallas on May 14, 2014. Very fittingly, this picture was purchased directly from Alan Bean and had been on loan to Rice University until we recently took possession. Rice was not only the location where Kennedy made his 1962 speech but they were the donors of the land where the (now) Johnson Space Center was built.

If you want to sell your quality space collectibles alongside this fabulous painting and many other exciting lots, you have only a few days left before the consignor deadline of March 24, 2014. Please contact me, Michael Riley (ext. 1467), or John Hickey (ext. 1264) via e-mail or phone at 877-HERITAGE (437-4824). We will need to see a detailed list of what you have as well as high-resolution images.

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Twenty-Nine Fine Art Collotype Prints of Masterpiece Paintings by Hovsep Pushman
By James Gannon

Complete set of Twenty-Nine Fine Art Collotype Prints of Masterpiece Paintings by Hovsep Pushman
Hovsep Pushman had a long and distinguished career as a fine artist, and his original still-life paintings now routinely sell for prices in the five- and six-figures. We are fortunate to offer in our April 2 rare books auction a wonderful, complete collection of twenty-nine signed fine art collotype prints of masterpiece paintings by Pushman. The prints were made in Dresden, England, West Germany, and Austria between 1934 and 1971, and represent the entire output of Pushman signed prints, the first ten examples of which are now very difficult to find, if not virtually unobtainable.

Complete set of Twenty-Nine Fine Art Collotype Prints of Masterpiece Paintings by Hovsep Pushman
This complete set is from Pushman's own stock, and is consigned by the executrix of his estate. Fortunately for connoisseurs of Pushman's art, he and renowned publisher Frost and Reed, Ltd. embarked on a four-decade-long project to publish high-quality fine art prints of his paintings. It is quite unusual to encounter a complete set of the twenty-nine prints by this Armenian-American artist and master of capturing Eastern Mysticism as still life, especially in this fine condition.

Complete set of Twenty-Nine Fine Art Collotype Prints of Masterpiece Paintings by Hovsep Pushman
Hovsep Pushman was one of those rare illustrious personages who during his own lifetime experienced the affection, reception, demand and admiration of collectors, museums and connoisseurs of contemplative art. In 1934, Pushman and Kenneth Gallop, a director of Frost and Reed, Ltd., of Bristol and London, had the mutual good fortune to meet in New York City. During these meetings, an agreement was concluded whereby this internationally renowned publisher of fine art prints would have the sole rights to issue color collotype reproductions of Pushman's work. Bearing the inscription of the British Guild Seal, the signed artist proofs would have only one limited edition and would be the finest quality. Also, great care and attention would be given to details, as trial proof progressives would be submitted to the artist for corrective changes before publication. A complete list of the twenty-nine prints is available online, and includes: title, paper size, print size, date of publication, place of publication, and number of copies published.

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Website Tips: Do's and Don'ts For Sending Images To Heritage
Every day Heritage receives thousands of emails and phone calls from clients all over the world asking us to evaluate their property. Almost always, our first response is: send us a photograph of the item. The old adage "A picture is worth a thousand words" is very true... but only when the "picture" provides useful information. Here's a list of basic do's and don'ts when sending photographs of your property to our specialists for review.

DO send photographs that are in focus and have enough light to see the item being photographed.
If you can't see what it is, then we can't either.

DON'T email photographs larger than 1MB each.
Larger-sized digital photographs are easier to zoom in and see the details, but too many extremely large photographs in one email completely crashes our computer system. Use a zip file if you need to send more than a dozen images. On the other hand...

DON'T email photographs too small.
Digital photographs less than 100KB are so small that we can't see the item well enough to give an opinion on its age, quality, and value.

DO check your images before you click Send.
More often than you would think, we receive someone's personal photographs attached to the email by mistake. It doesn't take but a second to double check that you are sending the correct images. Some of you sure throw some wild parties!

DON'T send photographs with large glares.
Camera flashes and direct sunlight often produce glares in photographs, especially on pieces that are framed with glass or have very shiny surfaces. If your piece is framed, you may have to remove the glass in order to photograph it.

DO send photographs of the entire front and the entire back.
Close-up photographs are great, but don't forget to send us a photograph of the overall front and back of the piece(s). We don't want to miss anything important because it was cropped out of the photograph. Note — it's generally OK to send photographs of only one side of comic books, sportscards, or movie posters.

DO send a detail of the signature and any other markings, if you are inquiring about any kind of artwork or autograph.
Signatures, dates, titles, inscriptions, labels — they are all important and the detail images that you send assist us in determining the best value for your piece.

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As the fastest growing American-based auction house, financially rock-solid Heritage Auctions continues to grow and seek the best talent in the industry. If you are a specialist or have strong general collectibles knowledge, we want to hear from you. These specialists will, in some cases, head new departments and in others will enhance existing department expertise. We have positions open at our headquarters in Dallas as well as at our new state-of-the-art galleries in prime locations in both Midtown Manhattan and Beverly Hills.

Heritage is seeking to hire the world's best specialists in the following categories:

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If you are interested and feel you have the qualifications we seek, please email your resume and salary history to Experts@HA.com.

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Heritage Auctions Luxury Real Estate is proud to announce an upcoming auction on April 8th in Houston, Texas.

Located on the Fred Couples designed signature Golf Course in Royal Oaks Country Club, this stylish, two-story custom home sits at the end of a gated cul-de-sac on the highest point within the community. Featuring 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, panoramic views from nearly every room, gourmet chef's kitchen, formal dining room with butler's pantry, executive study, media/gameroom, and great indoor and outdoor living spaces, the home was built with family and entertaining in mind.

For more information, please visit HA.com/RoyalOaks or call 855-261-0573.

Royal Oaks Country Club Estate

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One Of The Rarest Bottles Of Wine In The World, A 1934 Vieux Cepage, May Bring $50,000+

bottle of 1934 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, Richebourg Vieux Cepages
A single bottle of 1934 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, Richebourg Vieux Cépages, one of the rarest and most important bottles of wine in the world, may bring more than $50,000 when it crosses the block at Heritage Auctions on March 21.

The bottle is being offered as the cover lot of the $3.5+ million Exquisite Collection of a Northeastern Gentleman, only the third time Heritage has offered a single-cellar sale. The auction will take place in Beverly Hills and will be simulcast to a live bidding room in Hong Kong.

"Domaine de la Romanee Conti is widely viewed as the most prestigious winery in the world and this is the rarest wine it has ever produced," said Frank Martell, Director of Fine Wines at Heritage. "If Domaine de la Romanee Conti is Ferrari, then this bottle, from this era, would be the 250GT, and this particular bottling, called Vieux Cepages, would be the 1958 steel-bodied 250GT Long Wheel Base, the very rarest of it's already storied breed."

Vieux Cepages was the title afforded Domaine de la Romanee Conti's oldest Richebourg vines, kept completely apart from the regular cuvee during vinification. With only a few hundred bottles produced, this is indisputably one of the most important and rarest bottles that exists in the centuries long history of the winery.

"Even with unlimited resources it would be virtually impossible to find another bottle of this wine, and it would not come with the stellar provenance our example carries," said Martell. "On a rarity scale of 1 to 10, this is a 10. I can't say unequivocally that this is a once in a lifetime bottle, but it's not too far from that. Top collectors will be taking very careful note of this. Given that buying such aged wine is not for the faint of heart, we're also offering a more modern exceptional rarity, a six-liter bottle of 2002 Romanee Conti, which we expect to sell for $90,000 or better."

The Collection of a Northeastern Gentleman features 861 lots, marking what Heritage experts consider the company's finest and most complete offering to date. Among the choice names on offer will be various best in class vintages of Ausone, Cheval Blanc, Haut Brion, Latour, Comte de Vogue Bonnes Mares and Musigny, 18 Jeroboam and 12 Methuselah from DRC, 21 vintages of Roumier Bonnes Mares, Leroy, Ponsot, Coche Dury, Ramonet, Dom Perignon, Krug, Cristal, Philipponnat, Gaja, Araujo, Bryant, Colgin, Insignia and Shafer and much more.

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