Catalogue 18Published on 13 Sept. 2012
Rare and interesting books, mostly 17th and 18th century, including books of trade, history of printing, economics, law & philosophy, science & technology, and some illustrated books.[...] Read more
Catalogue n° 39 - library's catalog of the "Avoués d'Appel"Published on 29 June 2012
Following the disappearance of the "Avoués d'Appel"(French peculiarity), La Mémoire du Droit was requested to prepare the library's catalog so as to sell the entire collection. Today I am very pleased to send you this unique document.
There are more than 300 references with among them some texts of great editorial or legal importance and about 10 000 volumes which gather collections of fundamental interest and very often complete since first issue.
I leave you to discover this catalog and no doubt this will be an achievement which will stand out and will be put forward as a reference document for legal libraries.
Usually kept in good condition, books are mainly bearing the arms of the Chamber of the "Avoués" from the Paris Court of Appeal and can append library's marks.
We are staying at your disposal to give you more photos than those given on the website or catalog.
Catalogue 70: Recently Acquired Books, Manuscripts and EphemeraPublished on 21 Nov. 2011
Highlights include a lavish seventeenth-century edition of the collected works of Cujas, the first edition of Livingston's System of Penal Law for the United States of America, a trio of prints from Vanity Fair, the first report of the Dartmouth College Case, a selection of 26 Latin American titles printed before 1930, and a selection of new Lawbook Exchange publications.[...] Read more