In American Book Shops
(& Antique Stores & Auction Rooms). 131-pages,
and Other Diversions of a Book-Collector. 395-pages,
Amenities of Book Collecting
and Kindred Affections.
Their Points and Prices. 108-pages,
1826-1900 East to West.
Describing first editions of
English Authors whose books were published
America before their publication in England.
or Book-Wisdom, ‘containing some accounts of the
pride, pleasure and
privileges of that glorious
vocation book-collecting. 142-pages, c1810.
And Their Craft.
319-pages, illustrated, c1903.
Historical & Decorative.
339-pages, offered by Maggs Brothers
A short University of Toronto guide, 19-pages,
Printers, Illustrators & Binders.
From Gutenberg to
the present time, ‘with a treatise
on the art of collecting and describing
printed books and a Latin-English and English-Latin
index of the earliest printing
places.’ 405-pages with 172 facsimiles,
American First Editions
Its Pitfalls and Its Pleasures. 345-pages, c1930.
of Engraving and Print Collecting.
A bibliography of the most important
‘A bibliographical survey of the works of some
popular modern authors.’
of Ten American Authors. An auction catalogue
mainly for interest purposes. 353-pages, c1909.
Editions of American Authors.
To Collect Books.
Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac.
And Rare Books.
‘An elementary lecture’ 37-pages, c1885.
And Valuable Books.
Early 101-page E.P. Goldschmidt catalogue included
And Valuable Editions
of the Greek and Latin classics
‘together with an
polyglot bibles and psalters, Hebrew bibles,
Bibles and Greek testaments, the Greek fathers, and
fathers.’ Volume 1 591-pages,
Above – Volume 2.
Books And Their Prices.
‘With chapters on Pictures,
Pottery, Porcelain and
Postage Stamps.’ 196-pages, c1896.
Rarest Books In The English Language.
bibliographical and critical account.
c1866. Volume 1.
– Volume 2.
– Volume 3.
– Volume 4.
general survey of the pursuit and of those
engaged in it at home and abroad from the earliest
the present time.’ With an account of
public and private libraries and
anecdotes of their
founders or owners.’ 368-pages, c1904.
or the Romance of Book Collecting. 324-pages.
Hunter At Home.
Hunter in London.
‘Historical and other studies of collectors and
with numerous portraits and illustrations.’
Hunter in Paris.
‘Studies among the bookstalls and
Booklover and His Books.
Romance of Book Collecting.
of Libraries and Book-Collecting.
Editions of the Writings
of Charles Dickens and their Values. 384-pages,
Editions of the Writings
of Thomas Hardy and Their Values. 48-pages, c1916.