Nine New Catalogues Reviewed This Month
- by Michael Stillman
For July, we review nine new catalogues from the bookselling world. David Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books has a new catalogue of books and pamphlets from early America. The William Reese Company is focused on the middle of America, while Kenston Rare Books takes on Texas and the West.
Peter Harrington offers a catalogue of modern literature. Shapero Rare Books hosts a variety of types of books - fiction, drama, poetry, art, natural history, sports, & more. Bestebreurtje Rare Books examines slavery and the slave trade. Justin Croft and Benjamin Spademan offer books from the library of early 18th century French lady Diane-Adelaide de Simiane. Finally, selections taken to the recent London Antiquarian Book Fair are featured by Samuel Gedge Ltd. Rare Books, along with Asher Rare Books and the Antiquariaat Forum.
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