Thursday, September 24, 2020


Tuesday, March 10, 2020


This month we are featuring a wide assortment of different genre that will be available at the Spring Book Sale.  Take a look at the breath and variety of materials cited below from our Art, Collecting, Education, Law and True Crime, and Rare Books sections.

A very special item will be available at the Spring Book Sale: Canaletto Vues De Venise, a portfolio of 32 reproductions of etchings by Antonio Canal. This portfolio represents number 88 of a limited edition of 250. It is covered in blue linen and measures 22-1/2 by 15-1/4 inches. This beautiful collection of etchings is priced at $125.00.

Examples from the portfolio: 


Also, more offerings in the Art section of the Spring Book Sale below:


 The Maxfield Parrish Poster Book - Price: $10.00       Leonardo de Vinci - Price: $7.00

The Art of Richard Diebenkorn, a retrospective review with narrative and color paintings. Price: $10.00.

Two works on Asian Art: Treasures of Asian Art containing ceramics and sculptures from Pakistan to Japan to Indonesia.  Price: $10.00.   

The Sculpture of Thailand with lovely black and white and some color photographs. Price: $5.00.

A very diverse category at the sale is our collecting materials.  This month we are featuring books and magazines in Graphic Novels, Comics, and Hobbies.

Some samples of graphic novels are shown above. Price for Strangers in Paradise is $4.00; for Slum Wolf, $6.50.

 What would a comic collection be without Superman, an all-time generational favorite. The comics shown here are over 500 pages and priced at 
$5.00 each.

These two comics: Anthony Bourdain’s Hungry Ghosts and Marvel’s The Ultimates are in color. Price $4.50 and $7.50 respectively.


Both books and magazines on various hobbies are available in the Hobbies area, Shown here are books on model trains, highlighting changes in railways, track plans, and a history of model makers. Priced from $3.50 to $6.00.

In addition,
we have eight brand new copies of the Model Railroader from 1989 to 1994 still in their original wrappings, each $1.00.

We have a small but nice variety of professional resources for teachers and early education specialists, including titles from Scholastic and the National Association for the Education of Young Children.We are also offering a wonderful large collection of books geared to the early childhood/pre-k teachers, including monthly idea books and "Little Hands" books. Price range: $2.50 to $3.00. See samples below.

Law and True Crime
True Crime books, to include the always favorite subject, Jack the Ripper, will be available in the Law and True Crime section of the Spring Book Sale.  Below just a sampling. Price: $3.00 - $4.00.

Rare BooksClassics and a 1st Edition.

Kim by Rudyard Kipling, 1901. Price: $12.50.

My School Books by Hendrik Willem Van Loon, 1939. Price: $6.00.

Venice by Clara Erskine Clement,
1893. Price: $5.00

Wings over Asia by Lowell Thomas and Rex Barton, 1937. Price: $7.50.


The Lady Doc by Caroline Lockhart, 1912. Price: $5.00.

 The Eyes of Discovery, America as Seen by the First Explorers by John Bakeless, 1st Edition, 1950. Price: $12.50.