A few more intrepid booksellers have published printed catalogues recently, after a virtual shut down due to the coronavirus. Perhaps some have noticed that auction sales have been brisk despite the threat. Perhaps shut-ins represent more of a sales opportunity than a lost cause. Here is hoping we see even more next month.
For July, we review four new catalogues. Susanne-Schulz-Falster Rare Books offers a selection from the book arts, including paper, ink, engraving, typography, and bookbinding. Old West Books has a new collection of material from the American West of yesteryear. The William Reese Company has printed their first catalogue of natural history in 15 years. Zephyr Used & Rare Books has an unusual mix of books, archives and ephemera presented at the recent Rose City Virtual Book Fair.
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