Item is a document written in Latin script on vellum, which appears to be a 17th century facsimile of an earlier document. The document begins with "Carolus," otherwise known as Charlemagne or Charles the Great.
Item is an top-half, electro-steel engraved portrait of Earl Sully; Fench Statesman (b.1560-d.1641). Engraved by W. Holl from an painting by an unknown artist in the private collection of Louis-Philippe, King of the French and under the supervision of the society for the diffusion of Useful Knowledge.
Item is an electro-engraved standing top-half ornatly decorated oval portrait of Captain John Smith; Admiral of New England, soldier and colonist (b.1579-d.1631). Surrounding the direct portrait are the words "The Portraictuer of Captayne John Smith Admiral of New England." In four corners surrounding the oval from top left to right are soildiers mustering by a fort, a globe, a man on a rearing house and a ship. Below the image is the following in print "These are the lines the Shew Thy Face but Those that shew thy GRACE and GLORY, brighter bee Thy Faire-Discouries and Fowle-Overthrowes of Salvages, much Civilized by thee. Best shew thy Spirit and to it GLORY Wyn; So art Brasse without-but Glode within."
Item is an window-matted poissible lithograph of Sieur de Sillery; founder, Sillery, Quebec, 1637 (b.1577-d.1640). Title proper is from te top left corner of the portrait with a crest in the top right.