Our December 2017 Catalogue
Happy Holidays! We’re delighted to present our final catalog of the holiday season. This December, we wanted to bring you only the rarest and most beautiful books, so we traveled all over the country to put together a truly remarkable selection. Whether you’re adding Ogilby’s America to your own collection or giving Huckleberry Finn to a loved one, we’re sure these books will bring you joy for years to come.
Pictured: Feldstein, The Art Insitute of Chicago: 100 Masterpieces, p. 72; Shelley's Frankenstein, p. 13; Ogilby's America, pp.4-5; Gould's Monograph of the Pittidae, p. 66.
Found After 200 Years: Alexander Hamilton to Edward Carrington
Excellent, unpublished 1791 Alexander Hamilton autograph letter signed, with extraordinary content indirectly referring to the Compromise of 1790, written to his close friend and longtime confidant, Edward Carrington.
Signed by Joan Miro
Signed limited first edition of Je Travaille Comme un Jardinier (I Work Like a Gardener), number 96 out of only 145 copies, featuring nine original lithographs.
The Splendid Kelmscott Chaucer
Kelmscott Press edition of Shakespeare's poems, one of only 500 copies printed by William Morris.