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Thoughts on Rommel's Last Days
Rare Book Auction Overview
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October 21, 2015
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Thoughts on Rommel's Last Days
By Sandra Palomino

November 4 - 5 Manuscripts Grand Format Auction - New York #6149
The decision to include the Erwin Rommel letters and photographs offered in our November Historical Manuscripts Auction #6149 was not made lightly. It has been our company policy to not handle Nazi or Hitler related material for some years; but when presented with the opportunity to bring to auction these final letters by Rommel, we decided that they were just too significant a part of the World War II narrative to pass on. The letters give us insight on so many different levels about what was going on in Germany, and with Rommel, that I also wanted to expound on the catalog descriptions we prepared. I found this group fascinating because it brought into question much that has been written about. Although some of the participants survived the war, many questions remain unanswered (for me). This is what fascinates and frustrates me most about history: that while it is possible to create a timeline of events, the underlying reasons can always evade us.

Erwin Rommel Autograph Letter Twice Signed to Adolf Hitler Erwin Rommel Autograph Letter Twice Signed to Adolf Hitler
Just two weeks prior to his forced suicide, Erwin Rommel penned a three page handwritten letter to Hitler in part explaining the loss at Normandy, but also to exculpate Hans Speidel, who served as Rommel's chief of staff. Rommel entrusted this letter to his aide de camp Hellmuth Lang. Lang never delivered the letter, and it was kept by his family along with an archive of photographs and other items also offered in this auction. By October 1, 1944 (the day this letter is written) Rommel knew his fate was sealed, and had hoped to paint Speidel in a favorable light. We now know Rommel became involved with several close friends in an anti-Hitler conspiracy in early 1944; and that Hans Speidel, as his chief of staff, often arranged these meetings.

Historian Cornelius Ryan used Lang as a major source when researching his book, The Longest Day, and even uses a few of his photographs (the auction includes an archive of over 700 photographs amassed by Lang). Lang tells Ryan that Rommel had not believed that the Allied Forces would be landing so soon, and that he wanted to visit with his wife on her birthday. This simple explanation goes contrary to Rommel's entire military career. He was a highly disciplined army officer, and had surely missed dozens of family events. Lang also tells Ryan that Rommel had petitioned heavily that additional men and resources be allocated to Normandy to fend off what he believed was an impending invasion.

Four Photograph Albums Compiled by Erwin Rommel's Aide Hellmuth Lang
Is it possible that Rommel's absence during the critical opening moments of battle at Normandy were intended? Or just evidence of his internal struggles as an officer who no longer had faith in the existing chain of command he operated in?

Lang's reason for not delivering Rommel's letter to Hitler is that Speidel was already being investigated, and Rommel's letter would only put further attention on Speidel. But how much did Lang know about their activities that gave him the insight to make such a decision?

Our auction includes a second letter from Rommel to his aide de camp Lang; it is a typed letter dated September 18, 1944, less than two weeks prior to his letter to Hitler. By this time, Rommel is under house-arrest, and this letter is likely dictated or typed for the purpose monitoring his communications. Two months earlier, Rommel had been severely wounded when his car was strafed by an Allied Forces plane. Rommel's letter to Lang begins as a simple thank you letter for his good wishes during his recovery and lets him know that he will be in Tübingen for x-rays. It may be 20/20 hindsight on my part, but the second paragraph is gripping: "The development of the situation has not helped me to calm down again, mainly due to the injury of shattered nerves. The changes in the staff do not help. I do not know whether in these circumstances your journey here will be possible." Rommel is still recovering from his injuries, but his "shattered nerves" are more likely a result of the scrutiny under which he is living, his family in possible peril. Less than a month later, Rommel is dead; forced to commit suicide under threat of jeopardizing the safety of his wife and children.

Erwin Rommel Typed Letter Signed to Captain Hellmuth Lang
Although the German surrender would not occur for another seven months, the Allied victory at Normandy signaled the beginning of the end for Germany. Germany not only lost their position in France, they now had to defend another major front. Rommel's investigation for his participation in the plot against Hitler was kept secret for fear that both the army and civilian population would be further demoralized. His forced suicide was reported as being the result of injuries suffered in July, and General Rommel received a funeral with full military honors.

This material has heavy significant actual content, but it also contains a layer of subterfuge regarding who knew what about the current course of events. I'd be interested in getting some feedback from you who are more knowledgeable about this period of history (my e-mail address is SandraP@HA.com) , and I encourage you to take the opportunity to attend the auction preview on November 2 and 3 from 9AM to 5PM in our New York offices.

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Rare Book Auction Overview
By James Gannon

November 4 - 5 Rare Books Signature Auction - New York #614
Our Rare Books Auction #6148, November 4-5, in New York has an excellent selection of rare books just waiting to be added to your collection. There is something for everyone in this auction, and here are a few of our favorite lots:

Taking the antiquarian books first, we have a wonderful assortment of Travels and Natural History books, many with hand-colored plates and fine engravings, from several collections. Highlights include several Audubons, Choris Voyage Pittoresque autour du Monde...., several on Captain Cook's voyages, colored and uncolored versions of Hughes Natural History of Barbados, attractive octavo sets of McKenney and Hall History of the Indian Tribes of North America, Alexander Wilson American Ornithology, and colored and uncolored examples of Robson Grampian Mountains among others.

Col. Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall
Medical and anatomy books are offered from four private collections, including Vesalius De Humani Corporis fabrica... from 1543, Roeslin The Birth of Mankind, otherwise named The Womans Booke, Julius Casserius on vocal and voice anatomy, and Paolo Mascagni's masterwork Anatomia Universale.

We are pleased to present more treasures from the collection of John Carol Collins, including items from his aviation collection. Much of the vast collection of aviation will be available in our weekly auctions beginning on Thursday, November 12, with Auction #201547 (ends the following Thursday November 19) and subsequent weekly auctions. We are also very happy to have a wonderful archive of an important pilot in early commercial aviation, The Harold E. Gray Archive. There are also two personal letters from Charles Lindbergh, and an inscribed copy of The Spirit of St. Louis.

Paolo Mascagni
[Salvador Dali, illustrator]. Lewis Carroll
Heritage is honored to offer selections from the Estate of Rod McKuen, a poet and signer of staggering popularity over the past fifty years. There are several special books in our auction, such as one of 200 deluxe copies of the Salvador Dali illustrated edition of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, The Centenary Edition of The Collected Works of Sir Winston Churchill, and the first edition of Henry David Thoreau's Walden. Fine autograph and manuscript material from Mr. McKuen's collection is available in our Historical Manuscripts Auction #6149 also on November 4th. The balance of Rod McKuen's personal book and autograph collection will be sold in a dedicated weekly internet-only auction (#201546) that begins on Thursday, November 5 and ends in a live auction the following Thursday, November 12.

Edgar Rice Burroughs
It gives us great pleasure to announce the first offerings from the Roy and Dela White Collection of Tarzan, which will be sold over our next couple signature auctions as well as in Genre Literature and weekly Internet auctions (and keep an eye out in Comics and Movie Posters as well). The present auction has a nice selection of first edition books and pulps including the first appearance of Tarzan of the Apes in All-Story Magazine (two copies, actually!).

Ian Fleming
If you are a James Bond fan, you are in luck. Mr. Gary Firuta has built one of the finest James Bond / Ian Fleming collections in private hands. This auction represents the first of the rare books from the collection, and is anchored by excellent copies of Casino Royale, The Man with the Golden Gun (rare issue with the embossed gold gun on the cover), and the only signed limited edition of a James Bond title, On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Many more will be available in upcoming weekly and genre auctions. A substantial part of the Firuta collection, including posters, toys, and other collectibles, is available in Heritage Movie Poster auctions.

Another interesting lot is a group of eight limited editions of the books of Charles Dana Gibson, seven of which are signed and two additionally inscribed to Gibson's wife, and his "Gibson Girl" inspiration, Irene Langhorne Gibson. Seven of the titles are signed limited editions, with the present copies all being from the Langhorne / Gibson family and all copy number 1. The eighth title is a specially printed volume, inscribed by the artist to his wife.

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Space Exploration Auction Overview
By Michael Riley

November 6 Space Exploration Signature Auction - Dallas #6146
The catalogs and mailers have been printed and mailed and our Space Exploration #6146 Auction is open for bidding on our website. This is our seventeenth consecutive semi-annual space event and it will take place on November 6, 2015, in the first floor auction room at our Dallas Headquarters. As always, we are offering the finest in flown, astronaut-owned, autographed, and historical material. More than 200 lots are included in the Internet Session with all bids starting at $1.00! We feel there is something here for everyone's collecting specialty and budget. We want to thank our consignors, including several astronauts and their families, for entrusting Heritage with valued items from their collections.

Many Space collectors tend to specialize a bit in their collecting whether by mission, program, or category. Let's take a quick survey of several of these specialties and what "goodies" we have to offer this time around.

Apollo 13 Flown Nametag Apollo 13 Flown Landing Checklist Cue Card Directly from the Personal Collection of Mission Commander James Lovell, Signed and Certified, with Signed LOA
Apollo 13: An extremely popular mission. Those of us of my generation well remember the drama of this flight forty-five years ago; younger people learned of it from the excellent 1995 Apollo 13 movie starring Tom Hanks as James Lovell. This auction has eleven lots containing items flown on this mission; seven of them are directly from Mission Commander Lovell's personal collection! Two of my personal favorites are the Nametag and NASA Logo removed from his personal backpack and the "Landing" Checklist Cue Card. These are museum-quality pieces of history, but they could end up in your private collection.

Robbins and Fliteline Medallions: Always a hit with space and coin collectors alike, this auction has a particularly fine selection, all with provenance from the original astronaut owners. We are particularly proud to have the two rarest of the Apollo flown medals: a "Treasure Silver" Apollo 12 medal (1 of 82 minted) from Alan Bean and an Apollo 17 medal (1 of 80) from Gene Cernan. We are also pleased to offer five different Fliteline flown medals, all in the gold coloration and all from the Jerry Carr family collection: Gemini 7, Gemini 9, Gemini 10, Gemini 11, and Gemini 12.

Gemini 7 Flown Gold-Colored Fliteline Medallion Originally from the Personal Collection of Astronaut Jerry Carr, with LOA Apollo 17 Flown Silver Robbins Medallion, Serial Number 75, Originally from the Personal Collection of Mission Commander Gene Cernan, with Signed LOA
Apollo Insurance Covers: Another great area of specialization, this one appealing to the philatelists among us. We have a terrific grouping this time including: an Apollo 11 Type One cover originally from Michael Collins' collection, a rare Apollo 12 Type Three cover from Alan Bean's collection, and an Apollo 17 pre-flight crew-signed example from the sister of Ron Evans.

Apollo 17 Crew-Signed Insurance
Space-Flown Relics: This is a category that appeals to most space collectors. To own an item that actually flew into earth-orbit, or better yet, to the moon, is a special privilege. Along with the flown pieces mentioned above, there are a number of very rare items for your bidding pleasure. I'll mention just a few here: a Gemini 3 Flown 4096 Bit Memory Plane (the first mission to have an onboard computer); James Lovell's Apollo 8 Flown Life Vest on a plaque from the backup crew (great story behind this one); Rusty Schweickart's Apollo 9 Flown Scissors, Lanyard, Snap, and A7L Pouch; an Apollo 14 LM Flown Lunar Bible presented by Edgar Mitchell to Bob Hope; John Young's Apollo 16 Flown Flashlight; and Jack Lousma's Flown Entry Pocket Checklist Book from STS-3.

Apollo 9 Flown Scissors
Autographs: I think most of us (at least to some degree) collect autographs of our favorite astronauts and NASA personnel. This auction is rich with more than 200 lots of autographed material. For those who enjoy displaying autographs on your walls, there are some absolutely stunning large signed images here. Let me draw your attention to just a few lots: a large (14" x 10.25") color litho print signed by all three Apollo 1 crewmembers; a very nicely-matched set of Apollo 11 signed white spacesuit color photos; and a large (20" x 16") Apollo 17 lunar surface photo signed extensively by Gene Cernan with provenance photos of him signing it. For your information, all lots are authenticated by our staff along with noted expert Gerard Montague of AstronautArchives.com. You can rest assured that everything has been carefully checked out.

We would love to see you at the live auction on November 6th at 11:00 AM (CT). If you can't make it, be sure to watch, listen, and bid via our patented Heritage Live!® internet platform. Good luck in finding some new additions to your collection.

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Sneak Preview of Our November 7th Americana & Political Auction
By Don Ackerman

James Monroe: Pewter-Rim Wall Plaque
We've been putting the finishing touches on Auction #6142 which should be going "live" shortly. There are over 500 lots in the auction, covering a wide range of subjects. Whether your interest is political, presidential relics, Americana, photography, the Wild West, or historical objects in general, you are sure to find something of interest. We've assembled this sale from many consignors. So, whether you've consigned a single piece or a collection, our thanks to those who have made it all possible!

We typically arrange things chronologically, so we'll start our preview with the George Washington "Pater Patriae" button. There are less than ten of these known and, while the size and style differs from the typical GW inaugural button, it is considered the linchpin to any display of GWs. It's been on our radar screen for several years and we are fortunate to have finally secured it for our clients.

Another first-time offering is the James Monroe pewter-rim medallion wall plaque. Monroe material is very tough. Like many of the early pewter rims, it is formatted as a wall hanging. These are highly-sought after, so we have high hopes for this example.

Mary Todd Lincoln: Personally-owned Silver Cake Server
Rutherford B. Hayes
The auction has an assortment of items that traces their history to Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles. These were sold some years ago by a great-great-grandson of Welles. There is a silver cake server that belonged to Mary Todd Lincoln with her engraved initials on the handle. President Lincoln was one who "ate to live" and had simple tastes, but he did like cake. This utensil very likely was used to serve him with a slice of his favorite dessert. Another item from the Welles material is an unrecorded sixth plate daguerreotype of Welles taken in 1856. We don't believe one person in-a-hundred would recognize "Old Neptune" as he is clean-shaven and lacks his wig. We can say it now as the man is dead, but he was quite homely. Like Lincoln, who was not known for his good looks, he would have done the public a favor by spending more time indoors!

As we're coming up to an election year, it seems appropriate to talk about the "Stolen Election" of 1876. We have for your consideration the original patent model of the Rutherford B. Hayes ballot box mechanical bank, titled "Vote Early and Often". It shows a standing figure of the beneficiary of the disputed election results, R. B. Hayes, depositing a coin in a glass globe filled with ballots inscribed with his name. The "action" on this bank was rather elemental and the likely purchasers were disgruntled Democrats, so it comes as no surprise that the bank was never put into production.

William McKinley
We have a large single-owner consignment of political posters, highlighted by the glorious McKinley poster that shows him standing on a large gold coin held up by enthusiastic backers. Titled: "Prosperity at Home Prestige Abroad", it measures an impressive 28½" x 41½". When it comes to political posters, they don't get any better than this!

Teddy Roosevelt succeeded McKinley and proved to be a very popular President. That popularity continues unabated with collectors of political memorabilia. He is depicted as a Rough Rider in a dynamic bronze sculpture by artist James Earle Fraser. This has great crossover appeal and is a first-time offering for Heritage.

We have a large assortment of Kennedy material, including many personally owned items which will appear in the front of the catalog. That said, the highlight of the Kennedy material is, without question, the set of license plates that were on the Presidential limousine the day Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. After the tragic event, the upholstery was changed and the car sent to Hess & Eisenhardt in Cincinnati for security upgrades. The car was accompanied by an FBI agent. When the new set of plates arrived, the agent installed them on the vehicle and discarded the expired plates which were salvaged by the consignor's father. The limo continued to see service during the Johnson administration until 1967 and now resides at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn.

John F. Kennedy: Dallas Limousine License Plates
R.M.S. Titanic: Distress Telegram Sent to the White Star Line
Another grim reminder of a tragic event is the April 12, 1915 telegram sent from the R.M.S. Titanic to the head of the White Star Line steamship office in New York, Philip Franklin. The distress call was but one of many sent by the doomed ship prior to its catastrophic sinking, but the only one still extant directed to the company that operated the steamship. The message announces that the Titanic had hit an iceberg, was sinking and required immediate assistance. It gave their coordinates and included the Marconi distress codes, CQD and SOS. At a Congressional hearing, Franklin claimed he never received any communication from the Titanic, but we have proof positive that a message was indeed dispatched. There are other Titanic items in the sale, so reduce your speed and keep a sharp lookout on the horizon.

Black Bart the Poet
Finally, there are some fine Western items related to Jesse James, Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley, Wild Bill Hickok, and others. We especially like a 17" x 11¼" reward broadside or circular from 1882 for the most famous stage robber of them all, Charles Earl Bowles, or "Black Bart the Po8". Mr. Bowles liked to rob Wells Fargo stages which prompted them to issue this reward broadside. He never shot anyone and became a folk hero when he left clever poems ridiculing his adversaries. He was eventually apprehended and spent some time at San Quentin, thus ending a colorful saga of the West.

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Kasey's Monthly Weekly Report: The Rod McKuen Estate Auction
By Kasey Ryan

Rare Books
In early November 2015, Rare Books will be holding an Internet auction from the estate of singer-songwriter-poet, Rod McKuen. Hailed as one of the best-selling poets of the late 1960s, his legacy is one filled with award-winning and popular works of music and literature.

Rod McKuen was born in Oakland, California on April 29, 1933. He left home at age eleven, after a tumultuous childhood with his mother and stepfather, and supported himself taking on several odd jobs, from ranch hand to journalist. Sometime in the 1950s, he began to write poetry and to perform readings in night clubs alongside other Beat poets of that era. McKuen's published works of poetry include Listen to the Warm, Stanyan Streets & Other Sorrows, and Lonesome Cities. His album of Lonesome Cities won a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Recording. His book Finding My Father, in which as he recounted his search for information about his biological father, also received recognition.

James Monroe: Pewter-Rim Wall Plaque
As a songwriter, McKuen is probably best known as the translator of "Seasons of the Sun" and "If You Go Away," both which were originally written by his friend and idol, songwriter Jacques Brel. His other songs, such as "Love's Been Good to Me" and "Drowned World/Substitute for Love", have been covered by talented musicians like Madonna, Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra, and more. He was nominated for two Academy Awards: one for his song "Jean" from The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, and another for his work on A Boy Named Charlie Brown. "Jean" did win the Golden Globe for Best Original Song, and McKuen himself went on to become a member of the Academy of Film Arts and Sciences. His piece The City: A Suite for Narrator & Orchestra was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for Music.

Rod McKuen passed away earlier this year on January 29, 2015 at age 81.

James Monroe: Pewter-Rim Wall Plaque
Apart from writing poetry and music; however, he also amassed a wonderful collection of books and sheet music from visual artists, musicians, and fellow poets. In this sale will be found a wide variety of books inscribed to McKuen by their authors, often thanking him for his own work which served to inspire their creations. Nothing sums up McKuen's life so much as this line from Listen to the Warm: "Now is nothing compared to where I've been."

Join us for our this special Weekly Internet Rare Books and Autographs Auction #201546, for which bidding begins on November 5th with a live auction on Thursday, November 12th, 2015. The auction is currently in "preview" right now so check back often as lots are photographed and described.

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Employment Opportunities
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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Ai Weiwei Surveillance Camera
Heritage Auctions announces first Modern and Contemporary Art Auction in New York

Surveillance Camera, 2010 — an evocative sculpture, never before at auction, by celebrated artist Ai Weiwei who has dedicated his art to champion the cause of a free and open government — leads Heritage Auctions' fall Modern & Contemporary Art Auction to be held for the first time ever in New York on October 28. The auction's carefully curated selection includes important works by Robert Motherwell, Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, and Tom Wesselman, among others; as well as a collection of five works from a Distinguished New York Collection featuring works by Richard Diebenkorn, Robert Graham, Arshile Gorky, Franz Kline and Bob Thompson.

"Heritage Auctions is increasingly attracting important Modern and Contemporary artworks and the time has come to bring it these auctions to the New York stage," said Leon Benrimon, Director of Modern and Contemporary Art in New York. "We have a carefully curated selection of works to perfectly capitalize on our recent New York and international expansions and capture collector's attention in a very real way."

Critics hail Chinese contemporary artist Ai WeiWei's artwork as the defining voice of modern activism and dissent, and whose selective use of symbolic mediums shares the message of his mission in drawing attention to important issues such as democracy and human rights. A major retrospective exhibit of Ai Weiwei's work opened this week at London's Royal Academy of Arts and runs through Dec. 13, marking the first time in four years he has been able to attend his own exhibition following the return of his passport by the Chinese government. Carved from a solid piece of marble and a replica of surveillance cameras positioned outside his home, Surveillance Camera, 2010, is a statement on the seemingly permanent surveillance state that has taken root in the bedrock of even the most democratic of governments, let alone the artist's native Communist China. With a presale estimate of $400,000 - $600,000 USD, collectors of Weiwei's works and the scarcity for his prized works could push the work above its presale estimates.

The inaugural New York Modern and Contemporary Art auction, symbolically titled Part I: New York, includes Robert Motherwell's important Untitled (Ochre with Black Line), 1972-73/1974 (est. $800,000-$1,200,000 USD). An exemplary example from the celebrated Open series, the work comes from an important private collection which acquired the work the same year it was painted and has not been to market since.

A Sinister Figure Lurks in the Shadows, 1962, a recently re-discovered work, by Mel Ramos, was acquired directly from the artist in the 1960s (est. $80,000-$120,000 USD). A lover of comic books, Ramos decided early in his career that he would paint the subjects he grew up with. In fact, in the early 60s, Ramos loved superheroes so much that he traded A Sinister Figure Lurks in the Shadows for comic books with the current owner. The consignor, Bill Steinfelt has held onto the painting ever since. Mr. Steinfelt wasn't aware of the tremendous value of his trade until earlier this year.

Heritage Auctions' inaugural Modern and Contemporary Art Auction, Part I: New York, is Oct. 28, 2015, with a full preview planned for Oct. 26-28 at The Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion, 2 East 79th Street, New York. The sale is followed by Modern and Contemporary Art, Part II: Dallas on Nov. 14, 2015, previewing Nov. 12-14, featuring a morning session devoted to important paintings, drawings and sculptures, and afternoon session of prints featuring a special section of Andy Warhol Trial Proof works.

More information about Fine Art auctions.

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