The Rare Books Boutique (Antiquarian Room)
The Rare Books Boutique is open Wednesday-Sunday from 10am-5pm.
Monday and Tuesday the room is open by appointment only.
We have rare and scarce titles in practically all subjects, especially including Western Americana, Native Americana, Art, Mystery, Science & Technical books, and World History.
Once known as the Antiquarian Room, we have set aside a portion of the new store for our special collection of titles that are old, rare and worth a pretty penny. The Rare Book Boutique contains dozens of special collections, first editions and collectible printings. For the best experience in the Boutique, stop by when there's plenty of time to browse, let Maureen know what you're interested in, and prepare to be dazzled by the selections. Be sure to bring your credit card, though, because these books are not for the budget minded. These are tomes for the collectors' shelves.
You can now search, browse, and even purchase Page 1's complete selection of rare books from anywhere in the world via our online storefront at AbeBooks. Please visit us at the link below and share with other book aficionados!
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Souvenirs of the Great War (1914-1915)
Bouchor, J. F. with a Preface by H. G. Wells, an Introduction by Jean Richepin, and Vignettes by David and Daniel Burnand.
Published by Librairie 'La Renaissance', Lyons
Item Description: Rebound in black leather boards with new black endpapers. The original white paper covers are bound with text. No publication date stated. Includes SIXTY-FOUR color plates by Bouchor on gray stock paper with off-white interleaves. In good condition only as the pages and interleaves are toned and foxed and the edges of the gray stock paper are toned. Also, the original covers are soiled and there are a few chips to the bottom edge of the original front cover.
Price: US$ 120.00 Inventory #15992
Lincoln and His Generals
Williams, T. Harry
Published by Easton Press, Norwalk, CT (1994)
Item Description: Collector's Edition stated, part of The Leather-Bound Library of Military History. Easton Press Collector's Notes are folded in half and laid in and the blank Easton Press bookplate is laid in. Bound in gilt decorated brick red leather, all edges gilt, silk moire eps. In very good condition (gilt on very end of bottom edge rubbed off in a 1/4inch by 1/8inch line).
Price: US$ 35.00 Inventory #16539
Hats Off: Head Dress of the U.S. Army 1872-1912
Langellier, John P.
Published by Schiffer Military History, Atglen, Penn. (1999)
Item Description: First Edition, no additional printings stated. A really interesting study and history of the head dress of the U.S. Army. Includes color and black and white photography. Hats Off is in very good condition with a few minor flaws.
Price: $45.00 Inventory #15940