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[[underline]] ANTIQUE BULGARIAN FOLK EMBROIDERY LOT NO. 41 [[/underline]] (Continued) [[underline]] No. of Pieces | Identification No. | Description [[/underline]] 1 | 89 | Woven head ornament of cotton from the district of Varna, Bulgaria. (22 x 23 inches). 1 | 90 | Woven head ornaments of cotton (fringed) from the district of Varna, Bulgaria. (51 x 55 inches). 1 | 91 | Shirt sleeves and borders from the district of Samokov, Bulgaria. (9 x 19 inches). 1 | 93 | Two shirt sleeves 14 x 20 inches. 1 | 94 | Belt 38 x 3 strung with coins 1 | 95 | Embroidered Linen shirt 42" long 57" across sleeves. 1 | | Composition trunk with top tray, approximate size 3½' wide x 2½' high x 2½' deep. [[underline]] RARE BOOKS, ETCHINGS, PRINTS AND MAPS LOTS NO. 42 TO 52,[[/underline]] (Inclusive) [[underline]] LOT NO. 42 [[/underline]] [[underline]] No. of Volumes | Identification No. | Description [[/underline]] 1 | 3 | VIELLOT (P.) "Oiseaux de Bingal" Folio, Paris (c. 1810) half leather binding. No text. Atlas of 72 finely colored plates of the Birds of Bengal. Superb folio plates of the Birds of India; brilliantly colored. 1 | 4 | ESENBECK (DR. TH. FR. L. Nees) & SINNING (W.) "Sammlung Schienbluehender Gewaechse" Folio, half leather, broken, pages time-stained. Dusseldorf; Lith. of Arnstalt, Arnz & Co., 1831. 98 fine colored lithographic plates of "beautiful growing flowers". 1 | 5 | BIRDS OF ITALY. VOL 5. Ornothologia Metodice difesta atque Iconibus Aeneia ad vivum inluminatis Omata..." Florence: Joseph Varni, 1776. An odd volume. Large 4 to, half vellum, some pages time-stained, p. 582 torn. 90 plates on hand-made paper, of Water-Birds, nearly half, or life-size, colored by hand. 1 | 6 | LOUDON (MRS. JANE) The Ladie's Flower-Garden of Ornamental Bulbous Plants, London: Wm. Smith, 1841. 54 (should be 58) early 19th Century plates of flowers, by hand.
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