17 New Bookseller Catalogues Reviewed
- by Michael Stillman
17 new catalogues are reviewed this month.
For April, we received 17 new catalogues to review. No fooling! The William Reese Company has reached a milestone – their 300th catalogue. It features exceptional Americana. The Raab Collection has reached #75, and it is filled with important historical documents.
Shapero Rare Books is offering 100 illustrated books, including ten of incunabula. Bruce McKittrick Rare Books has 85 antiquarian titles. Daniel Crouch Rare Books offers a collection of important maps and related material. Thomas Goldwasser Rare Books focuses on artistic books and important literature, while Between The Covers features literature and ephemeral material.
David Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books presents rare and early Americana. The George MacManus Company offers its third catalogue in a series devoted to America's Civil War. Kenston Rare Books features the outlaws and lawmen of the Old West. Back of Beyond Books offers the Charles E. Wood and Sara Bard Field Collection which focuses on their western writing. Kaaterskill Books presents books from both Americas, North and South.
Forest Books provides a selection of bibliographies and reference material. Sophie Schneideman Rare Books offers British and American private press works. Antiquates Rare Books features works from the 16th and 17th centuries. The Lawbook Exchange has legal books, manuscripts, and ephemera, while Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books focuses on the island nation of Japan.
These latest reviews are available by clicking here now.