Brian Cassidy Bookseller has issued Catalogue IX! (An Archives Production). For this selection, Cassidy has switched from being a bookseller to being a seller of archives of ephemeral material. Most of these archives are filled with visual material, including photographs, drawings, posters and clippings. Others are more textual, such as collections of personal letters. While a few of the collectors bordered on fame, most of these archives were compiled by ordinary folk, collections reflecting their own lives and interests, some personal adventures, others related to their careers. Each prov...
Rare Book Monthly Reviews - February - 2015 Issue
Peter Harrington has issued a catalogue From the Archives of Victor Gollancz Ltd. Victor Gollancz was a man of strong political beliefs who worked in the printing business as a young man. His views...Read More
Librairie Thomas-Scheler has published their 44th catalogue of Livres Anciens (Antiquarian Books). This is a collection of very old books, dating as far back as the 16th century. Most of the books ...Read More
John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller has issued the fifth part of a catalogue from a private collection: Catalogue 60: Books from a San Francisco Private Library Part 5. Children's Literature and Ill...Read More
David M. Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books has issued their catalogue 142 of Rare Americana. Most items are shorter form material, ranging from pamphlets to single-page documents such as broadsides. Th...Read More
Marc Selvaggio, Books & Ephemera has released their 143rd catalogue, The Spanish Catalogue. Books, Pamphlets, & Printed Ephemera. Unlike what we usually expect from an American bookseller o...Read More
The William Reese Company has issued their Bulletin 37. Flat: Significant Single Sheets. There are no books nor even pamphlets here. Still, these are important historical documents. Containing prim...Read More