Beloit, Wisconsin, United States
Most of our stock is on-line only, though we have many books in three booths at Angela's Attic Antique Mall, 1020 Gardner Street in South Beloit, Illinois; and a booth across the street at the Best of Beloit; a large booth at the Lake Geneva Antique Mall, 829 Williams Street, Lake Geneva, WI; and we work with A Room Of One's Own at 315 West Gorham Street in Madison, Wisconsin. You may request to see any of our on-line inventory at either location with a few days' notice.
Rare, antique and out of print history books and more. Visit by appointment on appointment only. The catalogue contains just a selected number of books. If you need more information or look for a particular book please don't hesitate to contact us.
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Seattle, Washington, United States
John Michael Lang Fine Books is a brick & mortar book shop in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood. We maintain an inventory of fine books, photographs, art, and ephemera in many fields. Occasional catalogs issued.
97402, Oregon, United States
Lyons share books are books collected by a private collector, publisher, as well as a magazines author. This collection has now been passed on and is available to share. Over the past 50 years the books selected are now up for sale. Please enjoy the special collections as well as he did.
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.
Florham Park, New Jersey, United States
Established in 1999 we specialize in Americana, African Americana, Natural History, Travel & Exploration, Science & Medicine, and Maps & Atlases
Concord, Massachusetts, United States
Specializing in Pre-19th century European Imprints - History, Travel & Exploration; Theology, Philosophy & Occult; Illustrated books; Science & Medicine.
Glasgow, United Kingdom
I live in Scotland - a country long associated with great achievements in science, medicine and technology and it is towards these subjects I tend to gravitate. However, I also have a good selection of books on other subjects including history, literature, philosophy, travel and general academic. Quality and scarcity have always been more important to me than quantity. As a lifelong book collector, I have collected these books personally over many years and chosen them with care.and I will be very happy to answer any further queries you may have about them.
Sherman Oaks, California, United States
Founded in 1970, Rootenberg Rare Books has served a large international clientele of collectors as well as private and public institutions in the acquisition of rare books and manuscripts, and in collection development. We are among the leading specialists in the fields of science, medicine, technology and natural history. We also maintain high quality rare books and manuscripts in diverse subjects including travel and exploration, literary classics, economics and philosophy, Americana, and modern first editions, many inscribed. Our expertise and familiarity with these subjects allows us to acquire and house major collections in these fields. We are dedicated to our customer's specific needs, and look forward to developing long term relationships by keeping you informed about significant materials in your areas of interest. Rootenberg Rare Books is located minutes from West Los Angeles, near UCLA and the Getty. We always welcome visitors, though appointments are suggested. We occasionally issue finely printed and illustrated catalogues as well as specialized subject lists, and are constantly adding existing and new material to our website. We exhibit at several national and international book fairs during the year, represent clients at auction and offer appraisal and other professional services. We are always interested in purchasing single items or entire collections, and would be pleased to consider any materials you wish to sell. Special requests and specific wants will be given particular attention. We are always available, via phone, fax or email, to answer questions, search for a specific title, or provide information on our inventory.
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
Welcome toTrillium Antiquarian Bookswhere you can search or browse our collections of antiquarian books onCountry LifeandNatural History-- scarce books, from A to Z, on angling, animals, apiculture, bees, birds, botany, Darwin, farming, fish, flora, fruit growing, gardens, geography, grapes, herbals, horticulture, landscapes, mammals, orchards, ornithology, seeds, vegetables, wildflowers, zoology... and likely several other matters which do not come readily to mind.Search and browse, too, our antiquarianCanadianaandLiteraturecollections. In ourCanadianacollection you will find the early works of Moodie, Traill, Davies, Bouchette, and others from Upper and Lower Canada. Our antiquarianLiteraturecollection makes room among its novels, sermons, and poetry for some rare works by Mark Twain and Stephen Crane.Sometimes all that's left of an old book is the pictures. You will find antiquarian printsand maps togetherwith entireillustrated books, in Trillium's collection ofImagesfrom antiquarian sources.If you spend any time hunting up books, you are bound to come upon an occasional book so odd or idiosyncratic as to be irresistible. Proof of the proposition is to be found in theTrilliumcollection of intriguingCuriosities. Since their comings and goings are unpredictable, it's usually worth stopping in for a short browse.Trillium Antiquarian Bookshas been selling scarce, out-of-print books on the Internet since 1998 and, earlier, by traditional mail order. Look for us at book fairs in Ontario and the American northeast, where we have exhibited during the past ten years or so. We are always interested in buying antiquarian books in our areas of interest, whether single volumes or complete collections.Trillium Antiquarian Booksis owned by William Van Nest, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.Trillium Grandiflorum, from which we take our name, is the provincial flower of Ontario and appears in snowy white drifts among the hardwoods each Spring. One of several trilliums resident in the back garden furnished the images on our web site (www.trilliumbooks.ca).