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Debs Green - Jones 17h
Debs'Daily Bronte Morning all, I love this little book, battered though it is, in fact it might be my favourite!
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ℜ𝔞𝔠𝔥𝔢𝔩 𝔅𝔲𝔯𝔠𝔥 🦼📷 Jun 13
Arrived From eBay today 13 volumes of this Victorian/ Edwardian dictionary of gardening...
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David Gilliland May 26
Hard to beat the joy of books. Holding something that’s existed from before you reminds you of your place in the order of things.
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Josephine Jennifer Mar 2
An old print of Dante's Divine Comedy 🌻❤
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PlanetOldHammer Feb 17
Ooh look it’s again! These books were amazing!
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The Georgian Cottage May 13
Tales of Mystery and Adventure - some light reading, anyone? I have a few vintage books in stock and love the feel and smell of them. A real part of history in your hands!
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Debs Green - Jones Jul 14
Debs'Daily Bronte Morning all, a very small, slight volume but apart from Mrs Gaskell's copy this is the oldest bio I have of the sisters.
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Black Letter Press Mar 6
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Hamilton PL May 11
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Dr Rebeca Cubas-Peña May 7
The guts of a sixteenth-century medical book, including a parchment fragment to reinforce the binding (Paracelsus, Chirurigia magna. YML, I.D.17). Stay healthy! 💜
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Coles Books May 3
1970 picture of the newly opened Saskatoon Midtown Mall Store. The mall still has a Coles store today! Some great pictures of the staff and Coles Notes section
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Sandie Will Jan 15
Did you know the Vatican library is available digitally? Had no idea!
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Library of Birmingham Reader Services Dec 23
It’s 23rd! Nearly at the end of our countdown. Take a look at these old from one of our Victorian scrapbooks.
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Janet Emson 17h
First Edition ‘Robinson Crusoe’ by Daniel Defoe via
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Black Letter Press May 1
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Mike le Renard Jun 28
I think I've got everything I need. Stepping into a 1929 Study in Scarlet with a pint and Jem.
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The Georgian Cottage Jul 3
Anyone know of a fan of Schiller? I have a rather lovely 1887 book of his poems and ballads listed in my shop.
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yash Apr 2
Treasure of old books belonging to my mom and maasi.
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Ovation TV Apr 2
Why use a when cookies are available?! 🔖
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Dr Alice Lown Jan 30
Reading a book from 1941 from interlibrary loans that isn’t allowed to leave the library and two of the pages are still attached from the original print. Made reading it a lot harder!
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