Business started in 1986. I apprenticed at Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers from 1978-1986. Jeff Weber Rare Books is largely a rare book & antiquarian bookstore. Mostly working by mail-order and by appointment. We buy collections and single better items. We buy on commission and we appraise books, manuscripts and archives.
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by SPENCER, Jesse Ames (1816- 1898).New York: : Johnson, Fry and Co., (1858). , 1858 (click for more details)
George Eliot's Life as Related in Her Letters and Journals. Arranged and edited by her husband, J. W. Cross.
by ELIOT, George (1819-1880), pseud.; J. W. CROSS.Edinburgh and London: : William Blackwood and Sons, 1885. , 1885 (click for more details)
by MACKAY, Charles.New York: : James S. Virtue, [no date, ca.1861]. , 1861 (click for more details)
Ismailia, a narrative of the expedition to Central Africa for the suppression of the slave trade, organized by Ismail, Khedive of Egypt. In two volumes.
by BAKER, Sir Samuel White (1821-1893).London: : Macmillan, 1874. , 1874 (click for more details)
199: Fore-edge Painting [91 specimens] 91 fore-edge paintings offered: 3 by Clare Brooksbank, 2 by Margaret Costa, 1 Ms. C. B. Currie, 2 by Syd Dearden, 3 previously owned by Estelle Doheny, 14 double fore-edges, 10 painted by the 'Dover' Painter (Marks & Co.), 9 by Martin Frost, 17 painted by/for Harrington's, 1 by Helen Haywood, 1 by William Luker, 9 by Don Noble, 15 signed fore-edges, 4 by S.E. Stevens, and many more.
198: AFRICA 66 books from the 18th through 20th centuries, including Sir Samuel Baker, Sir Richard Burton, Thomas Buxton, Verney Cameron, Rev. John Campbell, Roualeyn Cumming, Damberger's Travels (1801), Dixon Denham's Narrative of Travels (1828), George Dow, Joseph Freeman on Madagascar (1840), Nathaniel Hawthorne edited the work of Horatio Bridge, Journal of an African Cruiser (1845), George Anson Jackson, Algiers (1817), The Life of Livingston, by John G. Murdoch, etc., Many extraordinary illustrations, color plates, etc.