Sixteen Catalogues Reviewed This Month
- by Michael Stillman
This month we have 16 new bookseller catalogues under review. Fine literary works are available from Whitmore Rare Books and B&B Rare Books. Charles Dickens is the featured writer at Maggs Bros. English books and fine printing are featured by John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller.
There are books on travels and exploration from Antiquariat Eigl and Hordern House. Dutch travel accounts specifically are featured by Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books. If you are planning a trip, the pocket maps offered by Donald Heald Rare Books will certainly help. If you are traveling by boat, the “wet paper” presented by the Ten Pound Island Book Company can steer you in the right direction. If you dress warmly enough, you can follow the polar explorers whose accounts can be found among the books presented by Aquila Books.
The American Revolution is the topic for the William Reese Company and Joe Rubinfine Historical Autographs. Simon Beattie Rare Books offers the intriguing “books you never knew you wanted.” There are varieties of works you probably always knew you wanted available from Adrian Harrington Rare Books, Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books, and a combined catalogue from the Antiquariaat Forum and Asher Rare Books.
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