Thirteen Catalogues Reviewed This Month
Thirteen new bookseller catalogues are reviewed in the latest issue of AE Monthly. James Cummins Bookseller celebrates his 100th catalogue and 30 years in the business with 30 outstanding items. Randall House Rare Books has selections from 80 special items, the Zamorano 80. Austin's Antiquarian Books celebrates the long-awaited arrival of the season with a "spring miscellany."
The William Reese Company has a collection of early broadsides and broadsheets. I.D. Edrich has mostly English first editions from their "study." Old West Books, of course, has western books, Raymond Sutton presents natural history with a featuring of orchids, while McLean Arts and Books offers early photography. David Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books offers a collection of inexpensive Americana.
Oak Knoll Books has a new collection of "books about books;" James Pepper Rare Books has literature, film, photography and more. Librairie Thomas-Scheler presents books displayed at the recent New York Antiquarian Book Fair, while the Arader Galleries has issued their latest Director's Report.
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