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Heritage Book Shop, Inc.: Finely Bound Sets.

Or for those who insist on larding their posts with filmic allusion, “My God, it’s full of morocco!” My eye was caught by item 86, Albert Cohn’s own set of The Comic Almanack (1835-1853), here priced $9,500. 379 sets, from … Continue reading

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Bromer Booksellers California Book Fair list.

45 items the Bromers plan to bring to San Francisco, with much in the way of fine press and deluxe items — a smattering of Golden Cockerel, Kelmscott, and Gogmagog Press; an 18th century French miniature binding in 18-carat gold … Continue reading

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Steve Finer – Rare Books, Catalogue 166

244 items, an assortment of material on Agriculture, Beverages, Cookery, Domestic Economy, Horticulture, & Women. The usual range of interesting stuff, including what is billed as the first commercially published soul food cook book, Inez Yergan Kaiser’s Soul Food Cookery … Continue reading

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Bookworm & Silverfish Catalog 573.

205 items in the characteristic Bookworm & Silverfish fold-out broadsheet format, a heterogenous mix of Americana, Southern material, sheet music, literature and miscellanea. Includes a fugitive Pittsbugh novel, Samuel Young’s Tom Hanson, the Avenger, a Tale of the Backwoods (Pittsburgh, … Continue reading

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