Posts Tagged 'books'

Sir Richard Gregory and H. G. Wells

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The thrill of the chase has always been a strong motivation in the day to day running of our rare book business. Whether it be attending an auction, studying dealer catalogues or jumping on a train, plane or automobile to follow up a lead, it’s always been the thrill of the chase. But part of the advantage of a […]

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Boston: The Wife’s Tale

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Straight from the airport to Stephanie’s on Newbury, just in time for the traditional Boston jet-lag remedy of dinner and cocktails by a roaring fire. James had already bought All The Books so we spent the next couple of days walking the city. Our mission began with the search for pancakes in a diner for […]

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Biblio Baggins: Boston – Toronto – Boston, Or There and Back Again

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Setting off for a two week trip, flying into Boston then over to Toronto for the International Antiquarian Book Fair at the Art Gallery Ontario (AGO) on the 7th, 8th and 9th of November then back to Boston and the Hynes Exhibition Centre for the bookfair the following weekend. The thrill of stepping onto an airplane […]

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