This month we received our first catalogue from Royoung Bookseller, of Ardsley, New York (just north of the big city). First, an aside about the name, which can be Royoung or RoYoung, but nothing we can do in textual type does the name justice. The logo has the “Ro” on a top line and the “oung” on a slightly lower line, with a larger “Y” in between. The result is your eye reads the name “Roy Young” without even realizing only one “Y” is present. So, think of the name as “Roy Young,” but only use one “y” when...
Rare Book Monthly Reviews - February - 2014 Issue
Aleph-Bet Books recently released their Catalogue 106 of Children's Books & Illustrated Books. With few exceptions, most books offered are both. This catalogue is slightly different from the ty...Read More
The William Reese Company has issued their Bulletin 33: American Natural History. This bulletin offers 34 works pertaining to the natural history of North America (and the Caribbean), with most rel...Read More
This month we have our first catalogue from Marilyn Braiterman Rare Books. This is Catalogue 33. Braiterman describes their specialties as decorative arts and design, architecture and landscape, pr...Read More
Ken Lopez Bookseller of Hadley, Massachusetts, has issued Catalog 162. Their specialty is modern literary first editions. That is not an exclusive. This catalogue contains many related items, such ...Read More
David M. Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books has reached a milestone - the bookseller's 25th anniversary in the business. The event is celebrated with the firm's catalogue No. 135 Rare Americana, almost ...Read More
Librairie Thomas-Scheler has issued a catalogue of Livres Anciens, Première partie A à K. That is Antiquarian Books, First part A-K. A couple of things are clear from this title &ndas...Read More