[JHRB News] 'Recent Acquisitions' book catalog now available
Joslin Hall Rare Books
office at joslinhall.com
Tue Jul 18 10:41:30 EDT 2006
Summer is in full swing, and the Book Elves have the beach blankets and
barbecue out, but before they tried to barbecue Aunt Nellie's lasagna
(which may or may not have been a mistake) and discovered that we are at
least 150 miles from the nearest ocean, they finished a new printed catalog
of our latest acquisitions...
"Recent Acquisitions & other Interesting Books for July-August, 2006"
is now available as a printed catalog, and is also available on our website-
This catalog features a selection of more than 150 books on furniture,
ceramics, glass, silver, textiles and other decorative arts, as well as the
odd and intriguing tidbit that just happened to slip by.
Highlights include important new books on glass furniture (no, I did not
leave a comma out), windsor chairs and mocha pottery, as well as a full
selection of reference books on ceramics, glass, furniture, metalwork, folk
art, textiles, and other decorative arts, as a special section of recent
publisher's overstock titles!
JOSLIN HALL RARE BOOKS
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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may be reserved pending payment; Institutions may be billed; Standard
courtesies to institutions and the trade; Postage charges are $5.00 for the
first book, and $2.00 for each additional book. Shipments outside the U.S.
will be billed at cost. We accept returns if we are notified within ten
days of your receipt of the books-please ask for full instructions and
terms. Massachusetts residents must add 5% state sales tax.
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