Recently Published Catalogues from the World of Collecting

May 2021

Reading booksellers' and auction house catalogues is one of the best ways to learn about book collecting, and developing relationships with dealers in your field is the best way to get good books. Most booksellers offer new material to existing customers before they list it online. Many of the best books never hit the web.

Langdon Manor Books
Peter Harrington Books
Raptis Rare Books

Langdon Manor Books

#11: 52 items. The Extraordinary History Of The Every Day

Peter Harrington Books

#173: Travel & Exploration, 110 items

Raptis Rare Books

For the Collection of a Lifetime, 120 pages

Blackwell's Rare Books

Modernisms, 265 items. 100 Books, 100 items

Bubb Kuyper Auctions

#74: Books & Manuscripts & Fine Arts, Online Auction: May 18th – 21st, 6016 items

Cohasco, Inc.

#69: Auction, May 4th: Seven Centuries of Historical Documents, 160 pages

Librairie Le Feu Follet – Paris

#8: Private Sales, & E-Salon "Amor Librorum," 179 & 30 items

Harrison-Hiett Rare Books

Spring-2021 Clickable Catalogue; 40 items

Hindman Auctions

Auction #873: May 12th 10am, Fine Books & Manuscripts, including Americana, 363 items

Nudelman Rare Books

#46: High Spots in American & British Literature, Fine Bindings, Press Books, Art of the Book & Autugraph Letters, 313 items

Pazzo Books, ABAA-ILAB

#5: Pazzo Cookery, 130 items

The Veatchs Arts of the Book

#96: New Acquisitions, including a leaf from the Catholicon, Michael Kuch's first Double Elephant, Michael Russem's first Kat Ran, a rare marbling book, and a Wiener Werkstatte binding Spring-2021, 57 items

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Fine Books & Collections
101 Europa Drive
Suite 150
Chapel Hill NC 27517