Our Most Recent Catalog
I’ve had a few buying opportunities lately, and as a result I’ve come up with some pretty good stuff. This catalog features the ultra-limited edition of Flayderman’s book on scrimshaw (with the ivory whale and the five erotic scrimshaw photos), Robinson’s strikingly printed and bound Cetacea. The Great Whales, a China Trade journal, a unique broadside auctioning a captured Rebel blockade runner, three delightful color lithographs depicting the dangers of the whale hunt, an unusual set of Cooper’s Lives of Naval Officers, and several rare whaling narratives. Now that I step back and look at it, I suppose this list is a bit cetaceocentric – a result, no doubt, of my concerted efforts to Save The Whales.
If you wish to order, it is best to do so by emailing email@example.com, or by using the “Contact” tab on our website (these messages go directly to my email “IN” box). This allows requests to be processed in the order in which they are received. If you need more information about any of these books, I will try to provide it by email or telephone. If by phone, try calling 978 283 5299 between 12 and 5.
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