Spring 2016 – From Darwin to DallowayPublished on 24 June 2017
Browse our extensive Spring 2016 catalog of fine and rare books. We have curated for you a collection that includes an extremely rare presentation copy of Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, inscribed first editions of the reclusive Thomas Pynchon, and a rare signed portrait of Charles Dickens. Other highlights include a first edition of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, an inscribed first edition of The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand, and a first edition of How to Trade in Stocks by Jesse Livermore in the rare original dust jacket. Within these pages, you will discover not only classics of adult and children’s literature, but also landmark books regarding scientific discoveries, politics, economics, sport, and exploration.[...] Read more
Holiday Gift IdeasPublished on 24 June 2017
There are few gifts that are as lasting and appreciated as a rare book. Within this catalog, we offer some gift suggestions for every book lover on your holiday gift list. Whether it is a beloved childhood book that turned them on to the joys of reading or a favorite title they read in high school or college, people treasure these books like a close friend.
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Catalog 57, Winter 2017Published on 23 Feb. 2017
Catalog 57 includes many Robert Sabuda pop-up books, most of them signed; a wonderful Noah's Ark illustrated by Tibor Gergely; Jotto Seibold's Pop-Up Alice in Wonderland; Johnny Gruelle's Grimm's Fairy Tales; Children of Odin by Padraic Colum and illustrated by Willy Pogany in the original dust jacket; an uncommon Diana Thorne book, Mitzi; The White Ring by Enys Tregarthen based on Cornish legends, signed by the editor, Elizabeth Yates and the illustrator, Nora Unwin; Else Wenz-Vitor's Daummelinchen (Thumbelina) in dust jacket and finally, a selection of non-children's books, mostly about England, Art and Interior Design. Enjoy![...] Read more