Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Manuscripts has released their Catalogue 75. Manuscript Material, Incunabula, and Books Printed from 1501 to Present, Including Fine Bindings and Private Press. It is filled with items meant for the best private and institutional collections. Pirages does not target a particular subject or type of book, but rather, concentrates on important material from across a wide spectrum. We can note that the manuscripts are not a lot of typical handwritten documents but professional scribal material, often illuminated, some predating the invention of printing. Here a...
Rare Book Monthly Reviews - February - 2020 Issue
Primary Sources, Uncharted Americana recently published their Catalogue 3. They offer catalogues with just 25 items, but each is extensively documented, described, and photographed. These items all...Read More
Samuel Gedge Ltd. has issued their Catalogue XXIX. Gedge offers books and ephemera, though mostly ephemera. There are many documents, letters, handbills and such, all very old. “Remarkable su...Read More
James Tait Goodrich Antiquarian Books and Manuscripts has issued their Winter 2019 Catalogue A-81, History of Medicine and Science, Pre-Columbian Artifacts, Medical Instruments and Antiques. While ...Read More
Librairie Clavreuil of Paris has published a catalogue of Onze Editions des Essais de Montaigne (11 editions of the Essays of Montaigne). That is literally what is found here, eleven separate editi...Read More
David M. Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books has published their Catalogue 172 of Rare Americana. This is their latest selection of material related to America primarily from the late 18th and the 19th c...Read More