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Milford, Pennsylvania, United States
Books & Prints at Pear Alley is owned by Barry and Hillary Anthony and assisted by "Grace", president of Dog affairs, and "Della" her aprentice. We offer a wide variety of antiqurian books, out of print books and better used books. Private collections make our inventory quite unique. We hope you enjoy browsing our internet inventory. Currently we stock over 50,000 titles and most are NOT listed on the internet. If you have any questions regarding any of our listings or would like to inquire about our "Brick and Mortar" inventory, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or call�570-253-6008 visit us at www.booksandbookbinding.com
New York, New York, United States
I specialize in rare children's books, plays, poetry books, modern first editions, out of print and unusual books and signed books. If you cannot find what you are looking for, I will try and find it for you.
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
Collecting... The philosophy of the journey is the reward becomes even more meaningful as we mature. Collecting enhances our journey in life with the hunt of elusive items, finding them and then ultimately own them. Always something to look forward to! Lord Durham Rare Books Inc (LDRB) is a business that helps others interested in collecting Books, Prints, Maps Ephemera, Manuscripts etc. We can help you get started or help you find something special you do not seem to be finding . You never know, we might have it already! LDRB - Helping Collectors Collect™
Bushnell, Nebraska, United States
Our bricks and mortar store has a little bit of everything, but our online listings are primarily focused on regional (Nebraska/Wyoming/Colorado) and rare titles.