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That Time I Visited 17 Bookstores In One Day (link) by [email protected]
http://bookriot.com/2015/06/05/that-time-i-visited-17-bookstores-in-one-day How many people reading this could do such a thing if they wanted to?
June 6th 15 12:30 AM
by Jack Campin Go to last post
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Le Petit Prince - Edition Questions by Francis A. Miniter[_2_]
On 4/12/2015 11:00 AM, wrote: Hello, I have a French copy of Le Petit Prince and am wondering which edition it is. It's hardcover, sand-colored cloth, with brown lettering and image of the prince on the cover. The spine has "Antoine de Saint-Exupéry" at the top and "Le...
April 23rd 15 02:37 AM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
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Philly book fair closes? by [email protected]
I'd already bought my bus ticket to go down to Philadelphia tomorrow. The promotional material said: The Philadelphia Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair will be held on Friday & Saturday June 13 & 14, and presents some of the finest vintage Book & Ephemera Dealers in America. This is the only major...
January 15th 15 04:22 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Water damaged poster by Susan
I recently found a numbered print rolled up in a poster tube. The problem is it has been water damaged at some point and therefore stuck, unable to unroll. The poster is very much of interest to me and my employment, not of value otherwise that I know of. Any idea how I might remedy this in...
January 1st 15 01:49 AM
by Don Phillipson[_2_] Go to last post
1 4,102
FAQ for this group? by Denise[_3_]
Hi, I used to hang out here a lot but have been away for quite a while. I've been linking to the RCB FAQ from my website, but just found the link is dead. Can anyone tell me where it's moved? I hope it's still around somewhere, as I often have pointed folks to it for book care tips. cheers!
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December 25th 14 12:30 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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A Conundrum by Francis A. Miniter[_2_]
I bought a book today, John LeCarre's Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. I is in the original format that Knopf published in the USA when it came out. The problem is that it is sealed in plastic, never opened. It is the same size as both BCEs and regular printings (I compared it). It has a...
October 28th 14 07:20 PM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
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Bookstores: Vancouver/Victoria by [email protected]
I'm off to Canada in a few days, visiting British Columbia for the first time. Are there any 'don't miss' shops--either new or second-hand--that posters can recommend?
September 28th 14 02:19 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Missing Number on Limited Edition Book of just 150 by dwardu
I bought a limited edition book of just 150 copies. The book is new and has been purchased directly from the publisher. Like other limited edition books, this is mentioned in the copyright page and there is space for the number of the book to be written. However, the book does not have a number...
September 14th 14 12:58 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
3 2,978
Pistols for two by Aaron Marc Stein by [email protected]
Hi, been looking for this for quite a while. Any help would be much appreciated. Published by Doubleday in 1951 and part of the Crime Club series. Looking for a copy that still has the jacket. Thanks!
August 4th 14 11:17 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
0 2,850
A collector's puzzle: S. by [email protected]
I am seeing copies of the Abrams/Dorst puzzle book "S." advertised for sale as "first edition, first printing." Since the edition statement is inside the back cover of the slipcased book, which is closed with a paper seal (in addition to being shrink-wrapped), how can you tell? I was in Barnes &...
June 29th 14 09:13 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Cloudy with a chance of meatballs, 1st edition by [email protected]
I am looking for a 1st edition Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, does anyone know where I might find one. General google searches have turned up false positives (on Powell's, Alibris etc..) Thanks
June 27th 14 11:53 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
3 1,690
SEVEN TREES by Lady Eleanor Smith by [email protected]
On Thursday, May 23, 2002 4:44:51 PM UTC-4, Christopher & Barbara Roden wrote: I wonder if anyone has come across a UK publication of SEVEN TREES by Lady Eleanor Smith. There was a US edition, published by Grosset & Dunlap in 1933, but I've so far not traced UK publication, and there is no...
June 21st 14 09:33 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
0 1,694
Carey's Pure Pleasure by emjay
"Don Phillipson" wrote in message ... Is there something fishy about John Carey's Pure Pleasu a Guide to the 20th Century's Most Enjoyable Books (Faber paperback, 2000) being out of print? Something to do with the Sunday...
May 27th 14 10:23 PM
by Don Phillipson[_2_] Go to last post
1 1,583
Cute stunt by [email protected]
A dealer has listed a signed copy of Derek Jacobi's new autobiography on both eBay and ABEbooks. The text and photos clearly show it to be the identical book, offered by the same seller. There won't be a U.S. edition of this title. HarperCollins slapped a new barcode sticker on some third and...
April 29th 14 12:43 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
3 1,434
Another bookfair bites the dust? by [email protected]
Yesterday, I slogged out (in the endless rain) to the Long Island Antiquarian Book and Paper Fair, now held at Hofstra University. This is not easy to reach if one does not have a car: I took the subway from my home to the Long Island Rail Road, then took a bus from Hempstead to the college. (I...
April 7th 14 12:12 AM
by Hardyboys Go to last post
4 1,605
1st edition, Emily Carr, Book of Small by [email protected]
On Thursday, February 6, 1997 12:00:00 AM UTC-8, Glen Stevens wrote: Does anyone know what the value of a signed, first edition, Emily Carr, The Book of Small might be? Does anyone know of a source on the net that might help? 1,000$Can
February 27th 14 01:51 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
0 1,785
Elizabeth and Her German Garden, Illustrated Edition 1900 by Francis A. Miniter[_2_]
I bought this in a lot at auction recently. No name on the cover or the title page. But it quickly turned out that the book was written by Elizabeth von Arnim, who had a very interesting life indeed. She was born (1866) Mary Annette Beauchamp in Australia, to British parents who, three years...
February 14th 14 01:03 AM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
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General Collecting Question by SoulBrother
In the last year or so I found myself purchasing large format art and photography books. Many of those purchases have been made online and I'm discovering games that online sellers play. Many of these sellers list items in the wrong condition hoping that the buyer won't complain. Today I received...
February 6th 14 09:53 PM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
1 1,764
Adventures in book collecting by [email protected]
There's a mystery series I like, by an author named R.D. Wingfield. Jack Frost is a detective inspector in Denton, England in just half a dozen novels which never saw hardcover publication in the U.S. I have been assembling these over time, and just need two more to complete the series. Checking...
January 27th 14 01:10 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
4 2,091
Nice to see you again, Francis.... by Willow Arune[_3_]
Well, Francis, it has been a while... I have just finished my first semester towards an M.A. in History at the University of Northern British Columbia. We have a nice campus on a hill overlooking PG. Not large, about 5,000 students. As is usual these days, the sciences take the lion's share of...
December 29th 13 05:43 AM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
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