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Are You Ready for the 48th California Antiquarian Book Fair?

By Andrea Koczela. Jan 31, 2015. 12:00 PM.

Topics: Book Collecting, Book News

If you are near Oakland next weekend (February 6th-8th), we would like to invite you to the California International Antiquarian Book Fair. Allow us to provide you with complimentary tickets and come spend a few hours browsing remarkable books.

California_Bookfair_2015Find out more about the fair and preview the books that we will be exhibiting.

You'll find a fine selection of our stock, James Bond, highlights of US and European literature, as well as exceptional titles in fine press, children’s books and antiquarian book high points. See first editions of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings and Songs for the Philologists, as well as new arrivals by Charles van Sandwyk, many of them signed. Just let us know if you'd like to reserve a title.

Interested in a different book from our store? Send us an email and we'll do our best to bring it along.

Don't be a stranger. We hope to see you next weekend in booth 616!

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Andrea Koczela
Enthusiast of modern and classic literature who loves transforming obscure topics into interesting reads. Writer, editor, marketer, and bookseller.


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