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't Goy-houten, Netherlands
After its foundation at Utrecht in 1970 by Sebastiaan Hesselink, now an internationally recognized expert in the world of rare books, manuscripts & prints, Antiquariaat FORUM soon found place as a widely accepted member of the antiquarian book trade. We carry general stock in old and rare books, with special emphasis on the subjects of Travel, Natural History, Art and Architecture, Children's Books, Bindings, Coloured Plate Books, Emblem Books, Gastronomy, Medicine, Music, Science, 16th Century, Incunables, and Illuminated Manuscripts. All our books are in fine condition, and usually in original bindings.
Cadyville, New York, United States
Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd. (incorporated 1989) is a general antiquarian book store which buys and sells collections and individual items of significance. Booksellers Ric Zank and Daniel Meunier each bring to the business over 18 years of experience in seeking out and offering for sale unusual, uncommon and rare books, autographs, and ephemera in all fields. Our office is open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and frequently later. An answering machine will take your message after hours and when we are out of the office.
PRINCETON, Massachusetts, United States
For the last 30 years I have been selling Early Printed Books.I have a daily rare book blog at www.Jamesgray2.wordpress
Middlebury, Connecticut, United States
Michael Carroll Dooling, Rare Books & Manuscripts, LLC is located in Middlebury, Connecticut. Michael has been an antiquarian bookseller since 1976 and carries an eclectic array of books and manuscripts.
Jamaica, Vermont, United States
Philenor Rare Books is tucked away in Jamaica, Vermont. We specialize in early Americana but sell books in many other genres including art, small press, manuscripts, natural history, modern fiction, science, and early printing. Historical prints and ephemera are for sale as well as antiquarian books. Mail order only. Member of Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility.
McMinnville, Oregon, United States
Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books an Manuscripts was established in 1978 on a ping pong table in a basement in Kalamazoo, Michigan. From the beginning, its founder was willing to sell a range of material (both because this approach made the work more educational than otherwise and because it gave him a good excuse for not being an expert in any particular specialty). Over the years, the business has gravitated toward historical artifacts that are physically attractive in some way--illuminated material, fine bindings, books printed on vellum, fore-edge paintings, beautiful typography and paper, impressive illustration. Today, the company still sells a wide range of things, from (scruffy) ninth century leaves to biblical material from all periods to Wing and STC imprints to modern private press books to artists' bindings. While we are forgiving about condition when something is of considerable rarity, we always try to obtain the most attractive copies possible of whatever we offer for sale.
Folkestone, Kent, United Kingdom
We buy and sell collectable, rare and scholarly books from every century of printing and at all price levels. We hold old and modern volumes on all the Humanities, with an antiquarian focus on Early Printing, Greek & Latin Classics, Medieval & Renaissance Europe, and British History & Topography.
West Windsor, Vermont, United States
By appointment. Antiquarian and rare books with strengths in illustrated plate books, the decorative arts, costume, sporting, foreign language literature (in the original language), with growing emphasis on early printing.