96 Circa 1996 poster “Boss Hog Supernova, The Great American Music Hall” by John Howard limited edition 76/350, pencil signed in the lower margin framed and glazed 85cm x 49cm $200–300 97 “Map Of The European Settlements In The East Indes And On The Eastern Coast Of Africa Including Part Of Europe” by Thomas Kitchin published by T. Cadell, circa 1776 36cm x 49cm $200–300 98 circa 1960s movie day bill posters “2001: A Space Odyssey” and “20,000 Leagues Under The Sea” by Robert Burton (Sydney) 75cm x 33cm (2) $250–350 99 1851 The Great Exhibition of Works of Industry of All Nations, London: “Exposition Universelle de 1851. TRAVAUX de LA COMMISSION FRANCAISE sur l’industrie des nations, publies par ordre de L ’Empereur. ” [Paris, 1857] Part VIII “Beaux-Arts” 1039 pp bound in two volumes; half leather with gilt titles to spines. An exhaustive review of the activities of the French Commission in the area of fine arts. $150–200 ❖ 100 1878 Paris International Exhibition: SALA, George Augustus: “Paris Herself Again in 1878-9” [London: Remington and Co., 1879]. vol. 1- mounted frontispiece Woodburytype print of a humorous sculpture “You Dirty Boy” exhibited at the Paris Exhibition of 1878, xvi, 331; vol 2 - frontis piece engraving, iv, 354, bound in decorative green cloth with gilt titles to spine by Bone, blue floral eps, half titles and over 400 illustrations, both plates and in-text. Life in Paris after the Siege of Paris in the Franco-Prussian War with much devoted to the Paris Exhibition of 1878. 8vo. First ed. Hardcover. Illustrations by Bertell, Cham, Pelcoq, Gill, Marie, Morin, Deroy, Lalanne, Benoist, La Fosse, Mars. $200–250 ❖ 101 1889 Exposition Universelle, Paris: GONSE & DE LOSTALOT: “Exposition Universelle de 1889 - Les Beaux-Arts et les Arts Decoratifs - L ’Art Francais Retrospectif au Trocadero” [Paris, Journal Le Temps, 1889] with 26 etchings, 9 gravures and 250 engravings in the text. 592 pp. Red cloth binding with gilt decorations and titles; gilt page edges. $80–100 ❖ 102 1900 Exposition Universelle de Paris: “Le Panorama- Librarie d’Art” which incorporates a 2.4 meter photographic print of the buildings along the river; “Une Visite a L ’Exposition de 1900” and “Exposition Internationale Paris 1937” large format book with numerous illustrations and photographs. (3 items). At the 1937 Paris Exposition the Spanish pavilion – put together despite the nation’s ongoing civil war – contained the fair’s most valuable creation: Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica” , a brutal depiction of the horrors of war and a cultural touchstone in times of looming conflict. $150–200 ❖ 98 97 21