bookdealer


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a dealer in books

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Bonhams spokeswoman Charlotte Wood said: "It was bought by a bookdealer on behalf of a private client and it will be staying in the UK.
The book is expected to fetch pounds 2000 at London auctioneers Bonhams' two-day sale of Yorkshire bookdealer Tony Hattersley's collection.
From there, I spoke to the assistant vice president in Books and Manuscripts at Sotheby's and found that it had gone to a London bookdealer, Bernard Quaritch, who, presumably, bought it for a client.
They indeed do not solve the mystery of the Beinecke Library's celebrated manuscript, named after the Lithuanian-born bookdealer Wilfrid Voynich, who claimed to have found it in a monastic collection in Italy in 1912.
AB Bookman was last published in 1999, but Arizona bookdealer, Rick Russell, has now licensed the name and logo for Internet use and is ready to re-launch the magazine online.
I have recently started to add books about books and bookdealers to
com)-- NABE, the North American Bookdealers Exchange, now celebrating 33 years of helping publishers market and promote their books, has just announced the winners of the Summer 2013 Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards.
The Otter Spirit" previously won a Pinnacle Book Achievement Award from the North American Bookdealers Exchange and a Green Book Festival Award.
Moreover, Simenon brings to the reader his Paris of the 1930s with its chestnut vendors and anglers on the banks of the Seine, bookdealers along the quays, and bistros with zinc bars.
Under such plans, believe it or not, it is the bookdealers themselves who select and often catalog the very books which they sell to libraries.
In this work, the two American bookdealers have printed excerpts of their diaries and letters to their parents from their annual trips to Europe from 1947 to 1957.
52) Those involved in the trials were as often bookdealers as they were practitioners of the occult arts; there was a market for these texts in Venice.
com)-- NABE, the North American Bookdealers Exchange, celebrating 31 years of helping publishers market and promote their books, is now accepting applications for the 2012 Winter Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards.
com)-- NABE, the North American Bookdealers Exchange, now celebrating 30 years of helping publishers market and promote their books, has just announced the winners of the Spring 2010 Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards.
Bookdealers usually stocked many more copies of these titles than of partbook editions.