Eight New Catalogues Reviewed This Month

- by Michael Stillman

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8 new catalogues.

This month we review 8 new booksellers' catalogues. High Ridge Books features atlases, directories, maps, and other material with a geographic orientation. Hordern House Rare Books focuses on a particular geographic location and time – Pacific voyages and Australia up to the time of that continent's early settlement. David Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books concentrates on 18th and 19th century material from the United States' portion of America, while Plaza Books features items from just below the U.S. border, mostly Mexico, but a few from farther south.

 

L & T Respess Books offers a selection of sporting books, manuscripts, and ephemera. Lorne Bair Rare Books presents an assortment of books and ephemera pertaining to radical (mostly leftist) politics from the late 19th and 20th century. Peter Harrington has a mix of important items while James Gray Booksellers focuses on books that are very old.

 

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