Contact us at WeBuyRareBooks@gmail.com or Text Photos (646) 469-1851 for a free evaluation of your old and rare books. Our main gallery is located by appt. at 1050 2nd Ave (@55th) Gallery 90 in the Manhattan Art and Antique Center. We also are opening a second office in San Diego, CA by appt. only. We travel widely and buy nationwide.
I will discuss in this video the subject of binder’s waste and how you can identify, date, and localize medieval manuscripts found in bookbindings. There are many treasures out there waiting to be discovered. If you have any medieval manuscripts or fragments, feel free to reach out.
If you are interested in learning the value of your rare books, I made a couple instructional videos that are on Youtube that explain what to look for as well as some rare book pricing databases. If you have any rare books you need me to look at or have specific questions about (yes, I know it gets complicated!), feel free to send photos to WeBuyRareBooks@gmail.com or by text to 646-469-1851.
Rare Book Auctions have been flooding the internet and sometimes overwhelming yours truly. I can only imagine how inundated a book collector feels given the deluge of listings. As part of my Youtube Series on what it is like to be a rare book dealer, here is what goes through my mind when hunting for treasures for stock in auctions these days.
Whether you own a leaf from Gutenberg from the sought after Noble Fragment or you just want to engage in biblio fantasy to know what the world’s most valuable printed book would fetch on the market if another copy ever came to light – well here is a fun video on the topic.
If you have any Virginia Woolf signed and inscribed books and letters that you are interested in selling, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. As active ABAA buyers of rare books and manuscripts, we are always on the lookout for unique and valuable items that offer a glimpse into the mind and life of their creators.
Virginia Woolf was one of the most important writers of the 20th century, known for her experimental style and insightful commentary on gender, politics, and society. Her signed and inscribed books and letters are highly prized by collectors and enthusiasts alike, and we are actively acquiring important material and paying top dollar.
We are always buying First editions of Virginia Woolf in dust jackets of:
“The Voyage Out” (1915)
“Night and Day” (1919)
“Jacob’s Room” (1922)
“Mrs Dalloway” (1925)
“To the Lighthouse” (1927)
“Orlando: A Biography” (1928)
“The Waves” (1931)
“Flush: A Biography” (1933)
“The Years” (1937)
“Three Guineas” (1938)
“Between the Acts” (1941)
If you have any Virginia Woolf signed and inscribed books or letters that you are interested in selling, please contact us by TEXTING photos to 6464691851 or emailing email@example.com. We offer top prices for Virginia Woolf books, as well as other rare and valuable books and manuscripts, and are committed to handling your items with the utmost care and respect.