David Mason Books is located in downtown Toronto. You can visit us Monday to Friday or online at davidmasonbooks.com
The Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America (ABAA) presents a brief look at some of the unique items from Zephyr Used & Rare Books (Vancouver, WA). We were treated to some wonderful memorabilia & ephemera, as well as an eclectic collection of rare books.
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“We are an independent bookseller, established in 1994, who exhibit at numerous book fairs and antique shows throughout the year, including Christine Palmer Antique Expos in Portland, OR & Vancouver, WA, The Rose City Book & Paper Show in Portland, the Custer Antique Show in Spokane, the Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair, the Sacramento Antiquarian Book Fair, the Pasadena Book & Paper Show, and others. We specialize in 19th-century imprints, Technical Books, History, Children’s Literature, and much more. In addition we offer appraisals for insurance and tax purposes.”
The Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America (ABAA) presents a brief look at some of the rare items from Burnside Rare Books (Portland, OR). We visited Rachel & Roger’s booth in Pasadena, and were treated to some rare, signed first editions!
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“We’re a general antiquarian bookshop in downtown Portland, Oregon, welcoming visitors by appointment only. We specialize in 20th Century literature and signed books.
Burnside Rare Books is run by Rachel Phillips and Roger Hucek. We’ve been selling books together since 2006. Before selling books, Rachel worked at The Fine Arts Library at Harvard University and earned a bachelor of arts in Set Design from Emerson College in Boston. Roger recieved a BA in Creative Writing from Oberlin College, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College. Not long after that he started in the trade at the now-defunct Wordsworth Books in Harvard Square.”
Dealer Tom Congalton tells why you should come to the Florida Antiquarian Book Fair, March 8-10, 2013 at The Coliseum in downtown St. Petersburg. The Florida Antiquarian Book Fair is the southeast’s oldest and largest antiquarian book fair. It features more than 115 dealers in books, maps, photographs, prints, ephemera and autographs. You can find rare books, collectible books and out-of-print books at the Florida Antiquarian Book Fair.
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What is an Antiquarian Books? Jenifer Jaeger explains.
This short film describes the fellowships available at the American Antiquarian Society, a national research library of American history, literature and culture located in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Society collects the printed record of what is now the United States, the British West Indies and Canada from 1640 through 1876.
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Episode 6 of the Book Lovers Series presents … Old Fox Books, one of my favorite used, new & antiquarian booksellers in Annapolis, Maryland. There’s also a coffee shop inside too. Opened since 2016.
OLD FOX BOOKS
35 Maryland Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401
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John Windle has been in the antiquarian book business since 1967. John trained with Bernard Quaritch Ltd. in London and John-Howell Books in San Francisco before opening his open business in San Francisco in 1974. John is a long-time member of the ABAA and has served on the Board of Governors. He was formerly Chair of the PR and Publications Committee.
John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller specializes in Bindings, Early and Fine Printing, Illustrated Books, William Blake and His Circle, Illuminated Manuscripts, Private Press Books, T.F. Dibdin, Mary Wollstonecraft, and Children’s Books.
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Occult Esoteric Antiquarian Book Review – Rare 1925 Curio Booklet By – L.W. DeLaurence – Experiments In; Telepathy, Thought Transference, Mind Reading, Psychic Phenomena, and Spirit Communication
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Antiquarian science books are original historical works (e.g., books or technical papers) concerning science, mathematics and sometimes engineering.
These books are important primary references for the study of the history of science and technology, they can provide valuable insights into the historical development of the various fields of scientific inquiry (History of science, History of mathematics, etc.)
The landmark are significant first (or early) editions typically worth hundreds or thousands of dollars (prices may vary widely based on condition, etc.).
Reprints of these books are often available, for example from Great Books of the Western World, Dover Publications or Google Books.
Incunabula are extremely rare and valuable, but as the “scientific revolution” is only taken to have started around the 1540s, such works of Renaissance literature (including alchemy, Renaissance magic, etc.) are not usually included under the notion of “scientific” literature. Printed originals of the beginning scientific revolution thus date to the 1540s or later, notably beginning with the original publication of Copernican heliocentrism. Nicolaus Copernicus’ De revolutionibus orbium coelestium of 1543 sold for more than US$2 million at auctions.
This short film describes the American Antiquarian Society (AAS). AAS is an independent research library and learned society founded in 1812 in Worcester, Massachusetts. The library’s collections document the life of America’s people from the colonial era through the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Leather Bindings- Shelf decoration. Lot of ten antiquarian books, all in original period leather bindings. Era circa-1889-1929, Europe.
Lot composed of odd volumes and spines with pleasing shelf appearance, sold as shelf decoration. Content includes ancient philosophers Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius, French writers, Shakespeare, etc.
All appear complete, clean and well preserved examples. Short video captures condition much better than words. Please watch prior to purchase to ensure a clear understanding of the lot. Nice lot, with a handsome gently-aged shelf look and pleasing overall age patina.
Smallest book measures: 5 1/4″ H X 4 1/8″ W.
Largest book measures: 7 1/8″ H X 4 5/8″ W.
Set along the shelf measures: 8″.
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This short film describes the scholarly programs of the American Antiquarian Society, a national research library and center of study for pre-twentieth century American history, literature and culture located in Worcester, Massachusetts.
In this video I go through a recent shipment of damaged Antiquarian Books and assess what needs to be done with them.
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Pom Harrington has taken on his father’s antiquarian book dealership, Peter Harrington Rare Books, and expanded it to include a bindery. There, revered volumes from Jane Austen first editions to Victorian photograph albums are restored and rebound or conserved in bespoke boxes.
Here H&A pays a visit.
For the full interview with Pom, pick up Homes & Antiques’ January issue, out 1st December
Jeff Weber was raised in an academic family. His father was Director of Libraries at Stanford University. His grandfather was both an English professor and the first rare book librarian at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. His education was from UCLA, with a BA in history of the ancient Middle East, and a Master of Library Science from Indiana University.
He worked for Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers, Los Angeles. Jake Zeitlin, the owner, was the doyen of American antiquarian booksellers. Many young booksellers began their businesses as a result of working for Zeitlin. He started his business, Jeff Weber Rare Books, in 1986 and continues in this field today. He specializes in the history of science, medicine, California, bibliography, fine printing, book arts and fore-edge paintings. He issues traditional monthly catalogues and works primarily by mail order. He has lectured widely and written two books, The Fore-edge Paintings of John T. Beer and An Annotated Dictionary of Fore-edge Painting Arts & Binders.
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AbeBooks visits The London International Antiquarian Book Fair the Olympia Exhibition Centre in London’s West Kensington district
Traditionally held in June, the Book Fair is the largest of its kind in the world. A truly international event, exhibitors come from all corners of the globe with nearly half travelling from mainland Europe, North America and Australia. There is usually around 150 exhibitors and they are all members of the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, an organisation dedicated to the improvement of professional standards in the antiquarian book trade as well as developing the appreciation of the history and art of the book.
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These are selections from the bookshelf @ Scholomance Rare Books. Scholomance specializes in the esoteric arts and sciences, arcane spirituality and the occult, comparative religion, philosophy, and mythology.
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Selections from the titles that have left the bookshelf in 2014….
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When the California International Antiquarian Book Fair came to Southern California for its 45th year, the Pasadena Convention Center became the garden of Eden for book lovers.