Category Archives: eccentrics

Notes from a bug house bookseller.

I catalogued yesterday the first copy I have handled of Richard Griffin’s The Melancholy Yak [1917]; it is a work that strangely seems less common than a few of his earlier titles, viz. the expanded edition of A Tale of … Continue reading

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And don’t get me started on Gerrit Smith.

So I noticed that a little something signed by A. Lincoln made some big money last year. The 13th Amendment is all very well and good, though not necessarily the kind of material one is apt to find on the … Continue reading

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