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English country bookshops : being a further part of a pictorial record of the antiquarian book trade: portraits & premises / David Chambers
Bib ID 5012628
Format BookBook
Author
Chambers, David, 1930-
 
Description Pinner, Middlesex : Private Libraries Association in association with the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, 2010 
112 p. : chiefly ill., ports. ; 19 x 26 cm. 
ISBN 9780900002182
0900002182
Full contents
  • George Bayntun 2003
  • Bow Windows Book Shop 2000
  • Claude Cox Old & Rare Books 2000
  • R.F.G. Hollett & Son 2001
  • Howes Bookshop 2000
  • Ken Spelman 2001
  • Robert D. Steedman 2003
  • Ticehurst Bookshop 2001
  • Charles W. Traylen 1999
  • John Turton 2006.
 
Notes

One sheet tipped in.

Subjects Antiquarian booksellers -- England.  |  Booksellers and bookselling -- England.
Other authors/contributors Private Libraries Association  |  Antiquarian Booksellers' Association
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English country bookshops

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