[JHRB News] "Just Catalogued" Books Pages Updated!

Joslin Hall Rare Books office at joslinhall.com
Wed Oct 12 06:53:46 EDT 2005


No, you didn't miss anything, you really haven't heard from us in a few 
months. We have been so busy moving that all hope of putting out either an 
August or September catalog got lost amidst a blizzard of boxes, packing 
tape and bubble wrap. But we are almost completely unpacked now and enough 
of my desk has been put back together to get underway again.

And we have just posted a new set of books on our "Just Catalogued" pages, 
including over 100 titles on antiques and art.

Just Catalogued Books-
<http://www.joslinhall.com/justcat.htm>

Highlights include-

- A 1924 auction with a link to King Tut's Curse...

- A massive and important early catalog of the library of the Boston Athenaeum

- An interesting Diderot section on edged weapons

- The story of the man who furnished the Concord Antiquarian Society, and 
then tried to take it all back (sort of)...

- A beautiful catalog of feather arts from Brazil

- Kathryn Buhler's copy of an important Canadian silver book

- An 1870 study of French faience hailed by Solon as one of the best 
ceramics books ever written

- and much, much, much more!

<http://www.joslinhall.com/justcat.htm>

Enjoy!



JOSLIN HALL RARE BOOKS, ABAA
Fine books of the 16th-20th centuries
on the decorative and fine arts & design

Post Office Box 239
Northampton, Massachusetts 01060 USA
telephone (413) 247-5080

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