Recent Catalogs from Nudelman Rare Books

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Catalog 44 Fine Bindings, Rare 19th Century British Literature, Fine Press Books, 1890's, Unusual Children's and Illustrated Books, Autographs and Manuscripts, Wiener Werkstatte and Jugendstil.
Catalog 42. Exemplary Fine Bindings, 19th Century High Spots in English and American Literature, Fin Fully illustrated with multiple color photos on each page. Over 200 Items. Exemplary Fine Bindings, 19th Century English and American High Spots in Literature, Art and Poetry, Rare Children's Books, Design and Fine Press
Catalog 33 Our annual and largest catalog of the year featuring predominately new acquisitions. Perhaps our finest to date, with a large selection of fine bindings (including "The Germ" in a superb Doves Binding), a fine assortment of early juveniles from 1800-1830, Jugendstil (some extremely rare and sought after), some very rare and stunning Morris & Company offerings, Arts & Crafts original art, as well as our usual strong representation in 19th Century British literature and autographs and manuscripts.
Catalog 34 A stellar collection, nearly all new acquisitions from three major collections: fine examples from 1890's, 19th Century English Literature, Fine Bindings, Autograph Letters and Manuscripts, many signed and presentation copies, a fine collection of 19th Century children's books, etc. Highlights include Oscar Wilde's, The Sphinx; a fine collection of Vale Press including Pre-Vale titles, a near-complete Laurence Housman collection featuring Large Paper copies and many inscribed copies, Wiener Werkstatte illustrated classic by Minka Podhajska, superb fine bindings including Sarah Prideaux, Hand-Illumined Browning Sonnets Bound by R. R. Adams, Guild of Women Binders, Doves Binding on Kelmscott Press and Binyon's Dream Come True supebly bound by Donnelley, much more. Over 300 items.
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