December Holiday Catalogue
A delightful selection of old and new favorites from Napoleon to Nabokov, perfect for holiday gift-giving (or for adding to your own collection).
(Pictured: Spenser's Faerie Queene, p. 98; Swift's Gulliver's Travels, p. 23; Beyer's Album of Virginia, p. 10)
Open House in our New York Gallery
Join us for our weekly Open House, Thursdays from 4–6 p.m., to share wine, snacks, and conversation with fellow collectors and our expert staff.
New collectors welcome!
Rare 1776 First Edition of Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations
A product of its turbulent age and a profound influence on the generations to follow, Wealth of Nations remains, quite simply, one of the most important books ever published.
"But I Reckon I Got To Light Out For The Territory Ahead Of The Rest"
Controversial, powerful, epic, profane—Huckleberry Finn changed American literature forever; a beautiful first edition in the iconic cloth binding.
“That wool-white bell-tongued ball of holidays resting at the rim of the carol-singing sea…”
A fine first edition in dust jacket of Dylan Thomas' beloved Christmas story.
"Chagall's magical ability to animate material and transform it into light"
A splendid first American edition of Marc Chagall's The Jerusalem Windows, inscribed by him with a drawing.
You can do better than a tie this year. We'll help you find something truly unforgettable...
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