Here's a new batch of plates and tickets from the Donnell sale and some cheap tables.
First this nautical silhouette bookplate that manages to include a heavy-limbed tree, kids, and a sailing ship, all popular bookplate themes. From an undated decorative volume of Virgil (c 1910) owned by "R. Savadge".
Next this crude but attractive library-themed plate belonging to "Elizabeth Kimball". Forgot to note where this one came from (crap!).
The last and best plate is this aviation combat-themed plate belonging to "Edward E. Greiner" from a 1927 biography of Napoleon. This one is signed but I can't make it out. Here's a blow-up of the sig.
Here's a ticket from the "Polish Book Import Company, Inc. - 38 Union Square, New York, NY". Found in a translated children's book (c1940)
Finally this "Chicago Booksellers Row" belly-band. Probably c 1980. I like this method of promoting a bookselling district.