AE Monthly Reviews - February - 2011 Issue

Aleph96

Children's Works from Aleph-Bet Books

Aleph-Bet Books has issued its Catalogue 96 of Children's Books and Illustrated Books. Once again, they have compiled a collection of 600 items, all illustrated in color, almost all of which fit the "children's" part of the title. A great many are classic books or classic children's authors, while others are obscure but old, often subtly or not so subtly promoting the values of their day. Indeed, you can often best understand the values of adults of an era by reading the stories and parables they read to their children. Here are some of the books for children Aleph-Bet has available this ti...

Karmiole30

A New Miscellany from Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller

Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, has issued a new catalogue, a New Miscellany #30. It is no surprise that a collection with such a name would contain a wide variety of material. It really can't be des...

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Reese281

Americana in Printing and the Mind of Man from William Reese

The latest catalogue from the William Reese Company is entitled Americana in Printing and the Mind of Man. Printing and the Mind of Man was an exhibition put on in London in 1963 to show the import...

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Pirages59

Decorative Bindings, Private Presses, and Other Fine Books from Phillip J. Pirages

Catalogue 59 from Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Manuscripts is entitled Historically Interesting and Decorative Bindings, Private Press Books, & other Special Printings. As the title sugges...

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Araderfall2010

Some Outstanding Books from the Arader Galleries

The Arader Galleries has offered A Selection of Rare Books for the fall and winter season. While we're a tad late, it is still winter, and the books are still as enticing as ever. A few of them cou...

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Scott31

Some More and Less Eccentricities from Garrett Scott, Bookseller

Garrett Scott, Bookseller, has issued his Catalogue 31, Recent Acquisitions, Early 2011. Scott explains, "This catalogue edges away from the stern eccentricities of my previous effort." Could have ...

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Manhattan181

181 Books and a Martian from the Manhattan Rare Book Company

The latest from the Manhattan Rare Book Company comes with an odd title:  One hundred eighty-one books and a portrait of a young Martian. There, they have mentioned that there are 181 books in...

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Rubinfine166

Florida History from Joe Rubinfine Historical Autographs

Joe Rubinfine, American Historical Autographs, of Cocoa, Florida, has issued a catalogue devoted to his home state:  Florida A History Catalogue. This is indeed a catalogue that will appeal to...

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Cadogan4

Antiquarian European Material from Leo Cadogan Rare Books

Leo Cadogan Rare Books has issued Catalogue Four - New Year 2011. There must undoubtedly be a word that describes the type of material Cadogan offers, though I struggle to find it. Though a London ...

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Executionjhughes

The Law from The Lawbook Exchange

The Lawbook Exchange of Clark, New Jersey, has issued their Catalogue 68, Recently Acquired Books, Manuscripts and Ephemera. It includes both antiquarian and recent publications. We will focus on t...

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Kahn80

The Americas from Helen R. Kahn and Associates

Helen R. Kahn and Associates has issued a catalogue, number 80 so far, devoted to The Americas. While all of the Americas are considered, the books mostly concern North America, with a few related ...

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Pepper198

More Literature and Film from James Pepper Rare Books

James Pepper Rare Books has printed their Catalogue 198. It offers 153 items in the fields for which they are known - literature, film and theater related material, and detective and mystery books....

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