This month we review fifteen new bookseller catalogues. The William Reese Company offers a collection of works with a notable provenance. Sophie Schneideman Rare Books presents a selection of books from the private presses of Hammersmith. More from private presses and other aspects of the book arts can be found from The Veatches Arts of the Book. Peter Harrington presents a varied collection of new material.
Helen R. Kahn and Associates and David M. Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books offer selections of rare Americana. Back of Beyond Books focuses on the American West. Justin Croft Antiquarian Books presents French books and manuscripts, while Bestebreurtje Rare Books has material related to the old Dutch colonies and the Dutch East and West India Companies. Aleph-Bet Books has issued their 100th catalogue of children's and illustrated books, and speaking of that alphabetic name, ReadInk has published a most unusual “ABC” catalogue.
David Schulson Autographs has autographs on sale. Bauman Rare Books presents 80 great books. Martayan Lan is offering two Renaissance masterpieces.
Finally, seven book dealers have joined forces to produce a catalogue with the logical title, The Collective.
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