Fall 2020 Catalog - From Aristotle to AudubonPublished on 25 Sept. 2020
We are pleased to announce the arrival of our new Fall 2020 Catalog featuring a fine selection of rare first editions and historic documents.
Highlights of the catalog include a scarce first complete edition in English of Cervantes’ masterpiece Don Quixote, an exceptionally rare first edition of Charles Darwin’s magnum opus On the Origin of Species, a first octavo edition of Audubon’s Birds of America, an exceedingly rare first edition of The Great Gatsby in the scarce original dust jacket, and the singular presentation collection of Faulkner’s selected works bound at his direction as a gift to his only child, Jill.
Catalogue 118Published on 17 June 2020
Published on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Antiquariaat FORUM. 260 rare books, manuscripts, drawings, paintings, maps, atlases, prints and related items from the period between ca. 1970 BC and ca. 1970 AD.
Subjects include Africa, Americana, Art & Architecture, Asia, Australia, New Zealand & Pacific, Botany, Cartography, History, Horses, Hunting, Medicine & Pharmacy, Middle East & Islamic World, Militaria, Natural History, Philosophy, Politics, Religion & Devotion, Science & Technology, Travel & Exploration, Zoology and many others.
Catalogue of Magic and Occult Books and DrawingsPublished on 28 May 2020
Please, take a moment to look at our new catalogue of books and artworks of magic and the occult. The catalogue is divided in three parts: Printed books from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries, here you will find a variety of rare and fine books on witchcraft and witch-trials, Satanic possession and magic, including works by Ficino, Iamblichus, Sinclair, Mather and Hutchinson; Modern editions, including the Golden Hind signed by the editors Clifford Bax and Austin Osman Spare and a rich and varied selection of books by Aleister Crowley and John Symonds; Drawings by Aleister Crowley, Austin Osman Spare and James Boswell.[...] Read more
Spring 2020 - From The Federalist Papers to Fleming's Complete Bond SeriesPublished on 04 March 2020
Browse an exceptional selection of new acquisitions with the arrival of our new Spring 2020 Catalog of fine rare books and historic documents. Highlights of the catalog include an exceptionally rare first edition of The Federalist Papers, a first edition of Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass, a first edition of Thomas Jefferson's Notes on the State of Virginia, a scarce calligraphic quotation signed and entirely in the hand of J.R.R. Tolkien, a fine complete first edition set of all fourteen James Bond novels in the original dust jackets, and a rare first edition of The Story of Ferdinand signed by both Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson.[...] Read more