The Lawbook Exchange has issued a catalogue of American Law 1735-1987. It covers a lot of ground, both chronologically and in terms of legal topics. Most of the items fit into three categories. The first includes material pertaining to major issues, such as the constitution, congressional reports, the Supreme Court, wartime (particularly the Civil War) limitations on rights, and such. Next comes treatises on basic kinds of laws, such as those dealing with property issues, inheritances, the sorts of things lawyers spend much of their time on. Finally, there is a substantial collection of mat...
Rare Book Monthly Reviews - February - 2016 Issue
The Kelmscott Bookshop Rare Books has released their Catalog 13 – Artists' Books, Private Press, Children's Books, 19th Century Literature, Art, Pre-Raphaelites, Letters, Manuscripts, Astrono...Read More
David M. Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books has issued catalogue No. 148 of Rare Americana, their first for 2016. Lesser's catalogues feature primarily shorter form material, such as pamphlets and broad...Read More
Jonathan A. Hill Bookseller has published Catalogue 216 of Mostly Recent Acquisitions. Offered is a mix of material hard to describe, other than it is all quite old, generally early 19th century an...Read More
Oak Knoll Books has released their Catalogue 309 of "books about books." What that phrase means can be seen in the headings into which this catalogue has been divided: Featured Books; Bookbinding; ...Read More