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Ex-Libris

By: King, Ross

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, New York, U.S.A., Walker & Co, 2001

Edition: Second Printing


391 pgs. Fine hardcover in Fine jacket, clean and Set in Europe following the English Civil War. From the jacket: "A cryptic summons to a remote country house launches Isaac Inchbold, a London bookseller and antiquarian, on an odyssey through seventeenth-century Europe, charged with the task of restoring a magnificent library destroyed by the war." Inchbold's life depends on recovering a missing manuscript, in the midst of underworld, spies, ciphers and forgeries... View more info

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New Worlds in Old Books

By: Rostenberg, Leona and Madeleine B. Stern

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Delaware, Oak Knoll Press, 1999

Edition: First Edition, First Printing


viii.202pgs. Fine hardcover in Fine dustjacket, pristine condition in removable archival cover. In this bibliophile memoir, dedicated "to the Survival of the Printed Book in the Twenty-First Century" the world-renowned authors reveal the new realms and wealth of knowledge waiting to be discovered in the world of old books. Sections: Introduction: Through Our Hands, What's Past Is Prologue, Eye-Witness Reports, United Nations and Utopias, Hidden Americana, Censors... View more info

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The Bookshop. A Novel.

By: Fitzgerald, Penelope

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Wilmington, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Mariner Books, 1997

Edition: First American Edition


123 pgs. Fine condition softcover paperback, clean and unmarked. A kindhearted widow uses her small inheritance to open up a bookshop in a small seaside English town. Among other challenges, the shop itself seems to be haunted. ISBN 0395869463. #1854. View more info

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The Story of Medicine

By: Robinson, Victor, M.D.

Price: $16.00

Publisher: New York, Albert & Charles Boni, 1931

Edition: First Edition


527 pgs. Very Good condition blue cloth hardcover, black and silver lettering and decoration to spine, silver caduceus of the medical profession decorates front board. Binding sound, light overall wear, with rubbing of cloth at edges and corners, binding sound, light blue stain to rear endpapers, small stylized bookseller ticket [Zeitlin Books, Los Angeles] of a grasshopper (?) at bottom inner corner of rear board. Author was professor of the History of Medicine at Tem... View more info