THE PHILOBIBLON CLUB
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100 Years of Book Collecting inPHILADELPHIA
Allen, George Rankin.  The Centennial of the Philobiblon Club of Philadelphia, 1893–1993. Philadelphia: The Philobiblon Club, 1993. 12mo (19 cm; 7.5"). [3], [1] ff., 53, [3] pp.
$15.00
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Designed by P.J. ConkwrightA Signer's Sad, Sensational End
Boyd, Julian P.  The murder of George Wythe. Philadelphia: Privately Printed for The Philobiblon Club, 1949. Small 8vo (20 cm; 7.75"). [2] ff., 45, [3 (last blank) pp.
$27.50
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      For PRE-1820 AMERICANA,  click here.
For ANGLO-AMERICAN LAW,  click here.
For ABOLITION / BLACK HISTORY,  click here.
For BIOGRAPHIES, mostly 20th-Century
    “General Reading” & Inexpensive,  click here.

Satire of Pennsylvania Politics at theStart of the French & Indian War
(Colonial American Satire).  A fragment of the chronicles of Nathan Ben Saddi. Printed in Philadelphia by James Chattin, 1758. Philadelphia: The Philobiblon Club, 1904. 4to (27 cm; 10.5"). [1] f., 18 pp., [1] f., xv plates (facsimiles) in color.
$100.00
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For FALSE IMPRINTS &
         BIBLIO-FRAUD,  click here.

For LITERATURE,  click here.
For FACSIMILES,  click here.

CASANOVA Beyond His Exploitatious Exploits
Ricci, Seymour de.  Jacques Casanova de Seingalt: An address to the Philobiblon Club of Philadelphia, 24 May, 1923. Philadelphia: Privately Printed [for The Philobiblon Club], 1923. 8vo (22 cm; 8.5"). 24 pp.
$22.50
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 For a bit more (mostly very mild!) EROTICA,  click here.

Bird & Bull PressIncunables Studied Here
Schulz, Ernst.  The study of incunables: Problems and aims. Philadelphia: The Philobiblon Club, 1977. 8vo (24 cm; 9.25"). vii, 28, [1 (colophon)] pp.
$30.00
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Printed by W. Thomas Taylor / Signed by Stern
Stern, Madeleine B.  Nicholas Gouin Dufief of Philadelphia: Franco-American bookseller, 1776-1834. Philadelphia: The Philobiblon Club, 1988. 8vo. (22 cm; 8.75"). 81 pp., illus., portrait, facsimiles.
$50.00
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For more COMMERCE / TRADE /
        FINANCE / ECONOMICS,  click here.

For more of WOMEN's interest,  click here.
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          & TYPOGRAPHY,  click here.


Printed for The Philobiblon Club by Edmund Thompson atHAWTHORN HOUSE
Thompson, Lawrance.  Emerson and Frost: Critics of their times. Philadelphia: The Philobiblon Club, 1940. Small 8vo (20.5 cm; 8"). 44 pp.
$35.00
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      & UNDER,  click here.

With a List of Members of the Philobiblon Club in 1945
Thorp, Willard.  The lost tradition of American letters. Philadelphia: Privately Printed for The Philobiblon Club, 1945. 8vo (24 cm; 9.5"). 26, [1] pp.
$25.00
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Bird & Bull PressClubs Compared
Whitehill, Walter Muir.  The Club of Odd Volumes, Boston, 1887–1973. [Philadelphia]: Printed for The Philobiblon Club [by the] Bird & Bull Press, 1973. 8vo (23 cm; 9"). 13, [1 (colophon)] pp.
$75.00
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For BOOKS ABOUT BOOKS,  click here.
For COLLECTED PRESSES
              & TYPOGRAPHY,  click here.

For “GIFTABLES” — mostly $150
      & UNDER,  click here.

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