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My First Venture in Antiquarian Bookselling
Warmly Inscribed: The New England Forger and Other Book Tales
The authors of two previous well-received volumes on book collecting now regale their many fans with fascinating facts and fables about famous libraries and infamous forgers. "The Goldstones, a husband-and-wife book book collecting/writing team, follow two previous memoirs about their occupational adventures with this entertaining offering . . . The Goldstones writes with flair and humor . . . a...
Slightly Chipped: Footnotes in Booklore
More than a sequel, Slightly Chipped: Footnotes in Booklore is a companion piece for Used and Rare. A delight for the general reader and book collector alike, it details the Goldstones' further explorations into the curious world of book collecting. In Slightly Chipped, they get hooked on the correspondence and couplings of Bloomsbury; they track down Bram Stoker's earliest notes for Dracula; and ...
Looking for a book scout / book finder?
There are a couple of books I need to obtain which were published in the 1920s and 1930s. I've exhausted every online resources I typically use (abe books, alibris, bookfinder, amazon, bibliofind, ebay, etc.). So at this point I think my best option is to employ a professional book scout to find the books for me, if possible. Anyone know of any reputable scouts or companies that locate books? Thanks.
You may try the forum links below , I hope you find your books - good luck .