Sale 2461 - Autographs, November 7, 2017

298 c   REMINGTON, FREDERIC. Ink drawing, Signed and Inscribed, “Yours faith- fully,” sketch of a mustachioed man in profile wearing a hat. Inscribed at lower right. 4x4 inches (image), 8x5 inches overall; some scattered smudging to drawing and signature (but still legible), folds, faint toning to lower edge. Np, nd [1,000/2,000] 299 c   SAXON, CHARLES. Honesty is One of the Better Policies. Ink drawing, Inscribed and Signed,“Chuck,” on front free endpaper, sketch showing a golf cart driver wearing a Native American headdress, while a small bird nearby says,“Love and Kisses toVirginia!” 8vo, cloth, small abrasion to front cover. NewYork, (1984); inscription: Np, nd [80/120] “For Vance Packard: / Savant, bon vivant, / sport, teacher and / friend.” 300 c   WILLIAMS, GLUYAS. Ink drawing Inscribed and Signed, twice, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Smith, showing a woman pushing a couch while a man stands looking sheepishly from the doorway, with a holograph caption, in pencil:“The emotional poignancy of switch- ing the parlor furniture around.” 10x12 inches; moderate scattered staining. Np, circa 25 April 1931 [300/400] Probably an illustration for a story by Uncle Henry in Collier’s magazine,April 1931. E N D O F S A L E 300