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  • Pinback Button One More Chapter Book Lover Bookworm Cute Cat Magnet Mirror Reading Cute Pin Game Flair
    This pinback button features bookworm, Secretary Cat reading one of her favorites. Caption reads: One More Chapter... Dimensions: 2.25 Original character and artwork by Lindsey Porter of Brave Moonman. A reading themed piece of flair like this one is a great way to up your pin game! Not a book lover? Looking for a different style of cute cat magnet or cute pin? Check out the rest of my shop! Availble as a: Magnet Pinback Button Mirror Bottle Opener Just choose what youd like from the drop down menu
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  • Top Five Best Selling Inspirational Books for the Week of November 10th
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  • Vintage Here's How Book of Mixed Drinks by W.C. Whitfield from 1941
    What a fun and unique book! Published in 1941 Heres How mixed drinks cocktail book was compiled and edited by W.C. Whitfield and decorated by Tad Shell. Published by Three Mountaineers of Ashford, NC. It is in great vintage condition. The front and back covers are wood, the hinges are copper and leather strapping. The lower right corner of the cover has minor wear and part of the strap in the middle is torn. The variety of uncommon drinks within it will astound any bartender in the making: Horses Neck, African Hot Punch, Zombie. Knickerbocker, Boston Cooler, Lauders Daisy and Golden Slipper just to name a few.
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  • The Impossible Collection of Jewelry
    In this magnificent collection of the most spectacular jewels of the twentieth century, fine jewelry historian Vivienne Becker selects the quintessential bijoux that represent the milestones of jewelry design of the last one hundred years. From Art Nouveau to the brink of the new millennium, Becker’s selections range from the Wiener Werkstätte and Tiffany Studios, Egyptian-inspired Art Deco masterpieces by Cartier and midcentury designs by Verdura for Chanel, exquisite creations by DeBeers, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Graff, to modern designs from a new generation of innovative artists. A new addition to Assouline’s Ultimate Collections, this beautiful volume is a must-have for fine jewelry collectors and lovers of precious objects. Sparkling with stunning photography, this hand-bound luxury edition features hand-tipped images and is presented in a linen clamshell case. This book comes with an exclusive and complimentary Assouline canvas tote bag. We are aware that certain on-line discounters, including Amazon, may have The Impossible Collection of Jewelry listed for sale at a discount. However, please be advised that we do not supply nor sell The Impossible Collection of Jewelry to these online discounters and though they may take your pre-order, you will not receive the book from them. If you need more information on this subject, do not hesitate to contact us at
  • Polish Artist’s Collection Of Surreal Paintings And The Story Of His Life
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    As the artist said: 'What matters is what appears in your soul, not what your eyes see and what you can name'. Inside, you will find interesting facts about the life and art of Zdzisław Beksiński - one of the greatest Polish artists of the last few decades. He was under-appreciated in his country, but thankfully loved all over the world. Enjoy this outstanding art, Pandas! :)
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  • Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Through the Looking Glass 1925, illustrated by Edwin J Prittie, John Tenniel, Vintage Book
    Scarce vintage classic childrens book nicely illustrated with 4 color plates by Edwin John Prittie and 92 illustration by John Tenniel. Alices Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, by Lewis Carroll, Complete in one volume, with complete 92 original illustrations by John Tenniel and four color plates by Edwin John Prittie, published by John Winston, Chicago and Philadelphia, copyright 1923 and 1925. Hard cover, original cloth spine; past-down illustration on front board (some wear: see scan); 6 x 8.3/4; illustrated endpapers; inscription dated Christmas 1938 on the back of the frontispiece; 319 pages with 92 b/w text illustrations on thick good quality paper + 4 color plates on glossy paper, very good binding, no loose pages; an insect damaged last endpaper [see scan], otherwise very good binding and condition. [ogha] CONTENTS: Down The Rabbit-Hole; The Pool of Tears; A Caucus-Race and a Long Tale; The Rabbit sends in a Little Bill; Advice From a Caterpillar; Pig and Pepper; A Mad Tea-Party; The Queens Croquet-Ground; The Mock Turtles Story; The Lobster Quadrille; Who Stole the Tarts? Alices Evidence Alices Adventures in Wonderland (1865) - originally published as Alices Adventures Under Ground. The story centers on the seven-year-old Alice, who falls asleep in a meadow, and dreams that she plunges down a rabbit hole. She finds herself first too large and then too small. She meets such strange characters as Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, and the King and Queen of Hearts, and experiences wondrous, often bizarre adventures, trying to reason in numerous discussions that do not follow the daylight logic. Finally she loses her temper, bringing down this dream world and wakes up. Alices Adventures in Wonderland is a work of childrens literature by the British mathematician and author Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. It tells the story of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit-hole into a fantasy realm populated by talking creatures and anthropomorphic playing cards. The tale is fraught with satirical allusions to Dodgsons friends and to the lessons that British schoolchildren were expected to memorize. The Wonderland described in the tale plays with logic in ways that has made the story of lasting popularity with children as well as grown-ups. Alice was a publishing sensation, beloved by children and adults alike, and it has never been out of print since. Alices Adventures in Wonderland has been translated into over 50 languages, including Esperanto. There have now been over a hundred editions of the book, as well as countless adaptations in other media, especially theater and film. THROUGH the LOOKING GLASS When Dodgson was in London, he met a little girl, Alice Raikes. He invited her indoors, put an orange in her right hand and asked her in which hand she was holding it. Then, he put her in front of a mirror, and asked which hand the child in the mirror was holding the orange in. Alice told him that it was in her left hand. When he asked her for an explanation, she answered: Supposing I was on the other side of the glass, wouldnt the orange still be in my right hand? He was delighted with her answer and decided that his new book would be about the world on the other side of the looking glass. (source: Graham, E., Lewis Carroll and the writing of Through the Looking Glass, as an introduction in a Penguin edition of the stories) Dodgson wanted to secure an illustrator well before the text was complete. John Tenniel was willing, but engaged with other projects. Dodgson approached Sir Joseph Noel Paton, but he was ill. Then he wrote to Tenniel, offering to buy his time from his publishers; Tenniel agreed to illustrate the book in his spare time. The working title of Alices new adventures was Looking-Glass House. It evolved to Behind the Looking-Glass, but eventually Henry Liddon suggested Through the Looking-Glass and the subtitle And What Alice Found There was added. (source: Stoffell, S. Lovett, Lewis Carroll in Wonderland. The life and times of Alice and
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  • 6837 Very Rare Antique Leather Bound Books
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    Rare late 19th Century leather bound books in long runs and sets. Mixed colors and sizes in various languages. Great decorative value. Fill up your bookcase library or study with these elegant pieces. Can be sold in sets or separately at $35 each.

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