Fourteen Catalogues Reviewed This Month

- by Michael Stillman

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New catalogues just in time for the holidays.

For December, we review 14 new booksellers' catalogues. We start at the beginning – the first catalogue issued by Yesterday's Muse Books of Webster, New York. On the other end of the scale, Pages of Yesteryear celebrates its 47th year in business with 47 items. Leo Cadogan Rare Books has some new acquisitions, Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books offers a wide selection of material, and Samuel Gedge Rare Books presents antiquarian books, manuscripts, and ephemera.


Gene Baade Books on the West offers a fine selection of western wear. Old West Books also has a selection of Western Americana. David Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books presents an assortment of American pamphlets, but this time within the niche of copies stitched in their original wrappers. The William Reese Company has a selection of works pertaining to English Colonial America.

Libreria de Antano offers items related to the Spanish-speaking world. The Ten Pound Island Book Company presents maritime works, Peter Harrington features travels and exploration, Garrett Scott, Bookseller, non-U.S. Books and pamphlets. David Schulson Autographs offers a selection of signed items for the holidays, with a special section on comedy.

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