The Veatchs Arts of the Book has released their Catalogue 80. The Veatchs focus on books about books and the book arts. This selection is particularly focused on the artistic aspects. Most items are artistic in one of two ways – the physical books are themselves works or art, or the illustrations, typesetting, coloring, etc. inside are works of art. Either way, these are books that that are far more than respositories of text. These are not candidates for conversion to e-books. If all other types of books eventually become no more than electronic impulses (hopefully not), these will s...
Rare Book Monthly Reviews - December - 2014 Issue
Yesterday's Muse Books prepared a catalogue a short time ago headed October 2014 Catalog. In the antiquarian book trade, two months ago counts as new. While the catalogue does not have a specific t...Read More
Back of Beyond Books has published their Catalogue 14. Back of Beyond specializes in books relating to the American Southwest, appropriate for a bookseller from rural, eastern Utah. There are certa...Read More
Antiquates Fine & Rare Books has issued a catalogue with a very specific niche – English Verse, 1800-1810. I don't know whether the first decade of the 19th century was more notable than ...Read More
Antiquariat Michael Kuhn has issued a catalogue that has no name. Other than the bookseller's name, the only word offered is “Berlin,” which tells us where they are located, but not the...Read More
The William Reese Company has published its Bulletin 36: American Views & Cartography. This is an outstanding group, containing many very important items, along with some unique manuscript mate...Read More