Nineteen New Catalogues Reviewed In Section Two
Nineteen catalogues are reviewed in Section Two.
This month we review 19 new booksellers' catalogues in Section Two. For those who like very old books, Lex Antiqua has incunabula and other books almost as old. Frits Knuf Antiquarian Books has reference works on incunabula and nearly as antique works. For those who like to travel, Maggs Bros. offers travel and voyages, while Bernard J. Shapero Rare Books presents 50 fine travel books. If your destination is northeast Africa, Michael Graves-Johnston has Egypt and the Sudan covered.
Literature and poetry are well represented this month. Thomas Goldwasser Rare Books has literature and more, Ken Lopez Bookseller offers modern literature, James Pepper Rare Books has literature and film related material, while Alexander Rare Books features modern poetry.
There is much to please the Americana collector this month too. William Reese focuses on Colonial Americana, while Seth Kaller offers important material from the Civil War. Eveleigh Books has military, Indian and other early Americana from the collection of William Guthman. Clark Rare Books features Americana primarily from the West, while Plaza Books goes south of the U.S. border for Mexicana, interspersed with some fascinating Texas items.
And still there is more. The Lawbook Exchange covers crime and the law. David Schulson has some outstanding autographed and inscribed items. From Librairie Thomas-Scheler we have works from the great rose and flower illustrator Pierre-Joseph Redoute. Oak Knoll Books has books about books and bookmen, while the Antiquariaat Forum provides items offered at two major book fairs.
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