Our Most Recent Catalog
I’ve been so busy filling orders from the mid-June Getman Virtual Book Fair, and then cataloging fresh (and terrific) material for the ABAA Transatlantic Virtual Book Fair July 22 that I forgot all about the Maritime Lists that are our stock in trade here at Ten Pound Island. In fact, I just realized to my horror, that I haven’t issued a maritime list since the middle of May!
So here’s a little something to distract you or to whet your appetite, depending on the sort of mood you’re in, while we wait for the aforementioned ABAA Transatlantic Virtual Book Fair to kick off. Maritime List 301 consists of 41 items, mostly maritime or New England-related, with a few outliers thrown in to keep you on your toes.
If you are moved to order or inquire about any of the items in this list, I suggest you do so by email – to firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the “Contact” tab on our website. These are time stamped and will be processed in the order in which they arrive. Telephone communication is less certain, but may be attempted at 978 283-5299.
As always with these higher-end lists, we pay all postage and insurance costs within the US. Overseas orders will be billed at cost.
Bookman’s LogA weekly blog of news, gossip, recent adventures and acquisitions, and deep thinking about the antiquarian book trade
Schliemann, not Runnels Back in the late 1960s, when I was in the US Navy, I thought I would make good use of my time by learning Homeric Greek, so that I could read The Odyssey in its original tongue, which I thought would be quite a stunt for an Argo … More >>