Skip to main content
Go to accessibility notice


    Captain L. Sitgreaves. Report of an Expedition Down the Zuni and Colorado Rivers. Washington: Beverley Tucker, Senate Printer, 1854. First edition, second printing. Octavo. 198 pages plus numerous engraved inserted plates, as follows: twenty-three ethnographic plates, six plates of mammals, five ornithological plates, twenty-one reptile plates, three fish engravings, and twenty-one botanical plates. Lacking map at rear, with only remnants present in the gutter. Chipping and sunning to spine cloth, with a vertical tear near the tail extending almost all the way across the spine. Moderate wear to cloth edges. Corners bumped. Spotting to text edges. Scattered foxing, including to some plates. Ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Good.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    April, 2012
    19th Thursday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 9
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
    Page Views: 267

    Buyer's Premium per Lot:
    25% on the first $50,000 (minimum $14), plus 20% of any amount between $50,000 and $1,000,000, plus 12% of any amount over $1,000,000 per lot.

    Sold on Apr 19, 2012 for: Sign-in or Join (free & quick)
    Track Item

    Heritage membership

    Join Now - It's Free

    1. Past Auction Values (prices, photos, full descriptions, etc.)
    2. Bid online
    3. Free Collector newsletter
    4. Want List with instant e-mail notifications
    5. Reduced auction commissions when you resell your
    Consign now
    • Cash Advances
    • More Bidders
    • Trusted Experts
    • Over 200,000 Satisfied Consignors Since 1976
    Only 22 days left to consign to the 2021 May 21 - 22 Space Exploration Signature Auction - Dallas!

    Learn about consigning with us

    Thanks a million for getting approval to sell my Civil War Hospital Death Ledger! You made them AND ME , a nice profit. You are the best!
    Ed W.,
    Mount Vernon, OH
    View More Testimonials receives more traffic than any other auction house website. (Source:

    Video tutorial

    Getting the most out of search