20 Bookseller Catalogues Reviewed
There are 20 catalogues up for review this month. Raymond Sutton offers books on natural history. James Cummins Bookseller offers sporting books. From Antiquariat Banhaf we find books from the Continent, while Librairie Thomas-Scheler has primarily French works. Forest Books has mostly British antiquarian books. Plaza Books and Libreria de Antano are mainly focused on Latin American items.
Randall House presents a collection of over 1,000 items pertaining to women and feminism. The Lawbook Exchange focuses on pre-1800 English and Scottish law. There is literature, film and mystery from James Pepper Rare Books and Waverly Books. McLean Arts and Books and The Veatchs Arts of the Book offer works of fine presses and other artistic book offerings.
Profiles in History and David Schulson Autographs offer autographs and signed documents. The American West is the focus of catalogues from Clark Rare Books, William Reese Company, David Lesser Antiquarian Books, and Gene W. Baade. Marc Selvaggio Bookseller has a wonderful collection of odd and obscure pamphlets.
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