Recent arrivals and highlights

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Listed below are some of our recent arrivals and featured books. Check back regularly for updates.

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The Theater Archive of James McMullan is an extensive and comprehensive collection of McMullan’s career as Principal Poster Artist for New York’s Lincoln Center Theater.

1746 Almanac front cover

A lovely copy in green vellum covers, stamped with the arms of Amsterdam

The Theater Archive of James McMullan is an extensive and comprehensive collection of McMullan’s career as Principal Poster Artist for New York’s Lincoln Center Theater.

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“Œnological Instruments of Precision,” from the firm of Dujardin-Salleron, c. 1902-1934

Hoym 1550

The only complete surviving Latin Novel; bound in the arms of the renowned bibliophile the Count d’Hoym

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A controversial pamphlet by Voltaire's first biographer in contemporary cartonnage.

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This nearly comprehensive collection of works by an internationally recognized, provocative social commentator and contemporary humorist speaks to the place of artistic expression and the importance of the freedom of the press in contemporary society.

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Melencholia II, III, IV (2021)

Authors:

Didier Mutel Nicolas Bardey

Book Artist:

Atelier Didier Mutel

Melencholia II, III, IV (2021) by Didier Mutel and Nicolas Bardey, is a collaborative response to Melencholia I (1514), a copperplate engraving by the German artist Albrecht Dürer, which they present here in a series that combines engraving and serigraphy.

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This nearly comprehensive collection of works by an internationally recognized, provocative social commentator and contemporary humorist speaks to the place of artistic expression and the importance of the freedom of the press in contemporary society.

Dis Manibus slipcase

Edition of 13 signed & numbered copies. 28 x 37 cm (slipcase); 25 x 36 cm (book). 26 leaves. Begun in Rome (Italy), 2018; Helsinki (Finland); and Weimar (Germany), completed November 2020.