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Fitzwilliam , New Hampshire, United States
Selling quality used and o/p material since 1984, first in Seattle, and since 1993 in New Hampshire. Member NHABA. All DJs are put in mylar sleeves, all books have a box built around them for shipment. Our stock is 95% non-technical non-fiction, with a smattering of trade paper and literature. No longer strictly mail order. Our new place is open by chance or appointment, but no set hours. Do call first before you come to confirm we'll be here.
Tiverton, Devon, United Kingdom
Private individual selling family collection of Interesting and collectible Books. Subjects include; Travel, Natural History, Maritime, Art, Arabic history and much more.
North Bellmore, New York, United States
We are a mail order business specializing in the sale of used and new naval, maritime, military and aviation books. 3 44-page catalogs, containing approximately 1200 annotated entries are distributed annually. In addition to English language books, we offer books published in Germany, Italy and Australia.
Auckland, New Zealand
We are a small friendly book store stocking a unique selection of rare and out of print books. Currently we are searching for a suitable new location but have had an open book shop since 1998.
West Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Astrolabe Booksellers is the leading antiquarian/ second-hand/used bookseller in Australia's island state. Proprietor Michael Sprod is a long-standing member of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Antiquarian Booksellers. Our premises are located on the first floor of a refurbished early colonial warehouse in Hobart's historic Salamanca Place, adjacent to the Sullivan's Cove wharves. This area was once the thriving centre of the Southern Ocean whaling trade and, then as now, the departure port for many Antarctic voyages. We carry a good range of antiquarian and second-hand books on a wide variety of subjects, specialising in works on Tasmania, Australia, Antarctica, Aborigines (especially Tasmanian), and maritime subjects.
Willunga, South Australia, Australia
We buy & sell secondhand and rare books on many subjects : South Australia, Tasmania, Polar, Australia, Military, Art ,Ships. We Specialize in Ephemera (pamphlets, cards/paper - shares, documents, maritime Tasmanian Newspapers (pre 1860) etc. Mail order or by appointment. Ph 61 + 8 85571919
Auckland, New Zealand
BOOK.MARK carries a large inventory of most subjects, the majority of which are not listed on the Net.Open 7 days.Shop has a great atmospere and plenty of memorabilia and curios to add to the pleasures of browsing the shelves.
Bristol, United Kingdom
Founded in 2010, Dreadnought Books is a second-hand and out of print book dealer specialising in history, with a particular focus on military, social and labour history.
HERTFORDSHIRE, United Kingdom
Naval and maritime booksellers probably one of the leading sellers in this field, buying and selling new, used, secondhand books and ephemera, postcards, cigarette cards throughout the world. Working from an outbuilding in our house. My Father, Geoffrey Green, started the business 35 years ago and for many years had a shop in Ealing.
Walnut Creek, California, United States
We sell quality used and out-of-print books on the internet at competitive prices. International orders are welcomed. We use biblio's standard terms to describe the condition of books. We note any major flaws such as extreme chipping, tears, gift inscriptions etc. We provide fast, reliable shipping of your order per your instructions. Books are shipped within 24 hours of receiving the order. We do not currently have a public bookstore.
Kennebunk, Maine, United States
Maiden Voyage Booksellers specializes in new, used, rare and out-of-print books on ocean liners, merchant ships, tugboats, ship modeling, shipbuilding, sailing, yachting,world religion and New England.
Felixstowe, Suffolk, United Kingdom
Treasure Chest Books is a long established Secondhand & Antiquarian Bookshop in Felixstowe, Suffolk, open 6 days a week. We have over 45,000 quality books in stock covering a vast range of subjects and priced fromjust 50p to £2000 - only a small selection are listed online.
Picton, Ontario, Canada
In the historic centre of Picton, one of the oldest schooner ports of Lake Ontario, we share space in a heritage building with the Canadian Society of Marine Artists
Interlachen,, Florida, United States
Jack Owens Old Book Shop was a fixture in the Palm Beaches for more than three decades as a brick and mortar shop. Now the creme de la creme of stock is in storage and only available online or for viewing at occasional book fairs. That doesn't include the stacks of books set aside over the years to be read upon retirement, or as research material for the next book! Stock is heavy into biography, history, politics, art and maritime yarns and a few hundred odds on sods kept for their association with events during the past half century or so. The public door may have closed to traffic but the enquiring mind of the owner ticks on forever seeking that elusive unlisted title (send me your wants and I'll keep an eye open) while scouting off-road locations world-wide. My books include re-issues of Palm Beach: An Irreverent Guide and Palm Beach: An Intimate Guide, plus the recently released "The Jekyll Island Enigma", for WWII buffs. All are available online and in paperback, via Amazon.
Bath, Maine, United States
Established in 2000 we are open year round 10-5ish in downtown Bath Maine. About 15,000 books, ephemera, some art. Maine books a speciality along with a nice selection of maritime/sailing/travel. Do stop in or drop us a line firstname.lastname@example.org
Bedfield, Woodbridge, Suffolk, United Kingdom
Othello's Bookshop9, Bevan Street EastLowestoftSuffolk.NR32 2AARare & Out-of-print general bookstore with over 15,000 books currently in stock.
Yarmouthport, Massachusetts, United States
Ben Muse began selling books from the former Knowles General Store in 1959. Now in our third generation, we are a famiy-run, general book store selling new and old (often rare) books as well as issuing specialty catalogs on a variety of subjects: Americana, Latin America, Maritime, Art, the Orient and a variety of other subjects. If you can't find what you are looking for here on the web, please contact us directly at our Yarmouthport shop -- or better yet stop by to browse and talk. We look forward to seeing you.
South Australia, Australia
We sell books for all collectors from rare first editions to reading copies at prices to suit. Pioneer Books has been in business over 30 years with happy customers the world over.
Cranbourne, Victoria, Australia
ReadBeFore Books.Quality hard to find used titles with a special interest in New Age, and self development types of books
Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom
Welcome to the home of The Old Bookshelf, situated in Campbeltown on the West Coast of Scotland. Our wee bookshop holds over 15,000 New, Antiquarian, Out of Print and Used titles available for immediate despatch. We maintain a wide general stock, specialising in local, Scottish, maritime and military. Out of print and new titles are catalogued every day.Scottish Independent Retail Awards Regional Finalist: 2011 and 2015. Winner 2016
Somerville, VIC, Australia
Time Booksellers is a member of ANZAAB and ILAB. We have been in business since 1978, and specialise in rare and collectible books and have over 25,000 titles listed on the internet.
Brooklyn, New York, United States
We offer used, out-of-print, scarce books in the fields of art, photography and maritime interests. Maritime includes seas, ships, sailors and anything having to do with them. We are located near Downtown Brooklyn in the neighborhood of Fort Greene. As additional service to customers we try to stay familiar with the restaurants and other goings-on around here. Just ask. Our shop is open for browsing 24/7 but on-line only. We don't have an open storefront. Who could afford the real estate?