13 Catalogues Reviewed This Month

- by Michael Stillman


13 new catalogues.

This month we review 13 new booksellers' catalogues. Librairie Clavreuil from France has a collection of authors' first books. Ursus Rare Books focuses on art theory and technique. Shapero Rare Books has an extensive catalogue of Judaica. The Veatches Arts of the Book has a new selection of items related to the book arts.


The William Reese Company and David M. Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books have recent acquisitions in Americana. John Windle Bookseller focuses on California and the West. L&T Respess Books is even more focused, targeting North Carolina. Farther afield, Hordern House has some spectacular books related to Australia and the Pacific. Aquila Books goes far north and south with a collection of polar books.


Zinos Rare Books has published their summer catalogue. Whitmore Rare Books again focuses on top of the line books. Forest Books has a miscellany with seemingly everything, even equine foot care.


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