Recently Published Catalogues from the World of Collecting

March 2020

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.

Peter Harrington Books
Librairie Le Feu Follet – Paris
Raptis Rare Books

Peter Harrington Books

#160: Fifty Fine Items, 50 items

Librairie Le Feu Follet – Paris

January 2020: Writers drawings, painters writing, and other rarities

Raptis Rare Books

For the Collection of a Lifetime, 97 pages

Alexander Rare Books

#51: Literary First & Poetry, 290 items

James Cummins, bookseller

#141: 19th & 20th Centry Literature, 212 items

Fantasy Illustrated

#31: Astounding 50th Anniversary: Collectible Pulp Magazines, Science Fiction & Horror Books, 87 pgs

Langdon Manor Books: The Extraordinary History Of The Every Day

#9, 85 items

David M. Lesser

#172 & #173: Rare Americana - A Catalogue of Significant & Unusual Imprints Relating to America, 150 & 167 items


Spring 2020: Art Architecture Design Photography, 121 pgs.

J.A. Stargardt

#708: Autograph Auction, Mar. 10 & 11, 531 items

Sumner & Stillman

#179: Signed and Inscribed, 65 items

Swann Galleries

#2533: Printed & Manuscript Americana Auction: Mar. 10, 370 items

Type Punch Matrix

#3: Experiences of Slavery and Liberation, 18 items

Booksellers: To be included in the next issue, send your catalogues to:

Catalogues Received
Fine Books & Collections
100 Europa Drive
Suite 290
Chapel Hill NC 27517-2310