Artfact Live! Presents Books And Ephemera from National Book Auctions Bid online exclusively through Artfact Live! on over 450 lots of scarce and rare titles from categories such as Freemasonry, Polar Exploration and New York History on September 27, 2009.
News-Antique.com - Sep 21,2009 - On September 27, 2009, National Book Auctions, located in Ithaca, NY, will host its Books And Ephemera Auction live online with Artfact Live!. In this fine sale, National Book Auctions will offer more than 450 lots of scarce and rare titles from categories such as Freemasonry, Polar Exploration and New York History. A 4V Gould The History Of Freemasonry 1896 is the top estimated lot, requiring a minimum bid of $130 and expected to sell between $100-$250.
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