This month we received our first catalogue from Erasmushaus of Basel, Switzerland. It is Catalogue 928. We missed a few. Erasmushaus has been in the book trade since 1800. Their home is even older, it having once been the house of Erasmus (hence the name). Erasmus was a theologian of the early 16th century, a great humanitarian and reformer who nonetheless remained loyal to the Catholic Church during the early days of the Reformation. Erasmushaus specializes in the very best of books and some of the earliest too. There are several items of incunabula to be found in this catalogue, and many ...
Rare Book Monthly Reviews - March - 2015 Issue
Pacific Coast Books of Lincoln City, Oregon, has issued a catalogue of Voyages and the Golden West. Part One. Lincoln City is situated along the Oregon coast, and undoubtedly some of the voyages he...Read More
Antiquariat Botanicum recently issued a selection of books for the Antiquarian Book Fair in Oakland last month. Antiquariat Botanicum was formed in 1987 with a focus, naturally enough, on botanical...Read More
Susan Schulz-Falster Rare Books has published Catalogue Twenty. It offers one-hundred twenty items that are uncommon and antiquarian, sourced from England and continental Europe. The topics are var...Read More
Peter Harrington has issued their Catalogue 107. Fifty Books, Manuscripts, and Prints. Subjects are varied, but this is top of the line material. Included are some of the most famous of books aroun...Read More
James Cummins Bookseller has released Catalogue 126. The items are varied, a mix of books, letters and documents from people who wrote books, and some things that fit none of those spheres. We can ...Read More
The William Reese Company has prepared a catalogue entitled Crucible of War: Conflict in North America 1757-1792. It takes the continent from its first major entanglement in the ceaseless European ...Read More