Peter L. Masi – Books has issued Catalogue 229. These items won't break your bank account. Most everything is priced in double digits, and what isn't is more likely to be priced in fewer, not more. What can you get for so little? The answer is a fascinating collection of obscure, interesting (okay, occasionally boring) glimpses of yesterday. There will be pieces that fit in all kinds of collections, other than those that require everything cost a fortune. Subjects are too varied to try to describe for these 567 pieces. The 19th and early 20th centuries predominate, though there is som...
Rare Book Monthly Reviews - November - 2015 Issue
Marilyn Braiterman Rare Books has issued their Catalogue 34. It doesn't have a specific title or description, but here is what we found. The books and ephemeral items are all in some way artistic. ...Read More
Marc Selvaggio, Books & Ephemera has issued a catalogue of Ephemeral Americana – Books, Pamphlets, & Printed Ephemera. This catalogue will be pure fun for those who love American hist...Read More
Librairie Thomas-Scheler has issued number 45 in their Hors Série (occasional) of Livres Anciens (antiquarian books). Obviously, this catalogue is written in French, though there are some bo...Read More
Patrick McGahern Books has issued their Catalogue 240 of Rare, Scarce and Interesting Books. As a Canadian bookseller, much of what is found here can be described as Canadiana, but it is certainly ...Read More
The William Reese Company has issued their Catalogue 326, Travelers & the American Scene. Most items herein combine both of these subjects. They concern travels in America. However, there are a...Read More
The latest catalogue from James Cummins Bookseller is titled First American Edition. It is a collection of mostly first American editions (with a few not first but early editions) of books first pu...Read More