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Bygone Books is a closed shop of fine used and collectible books with specialties in the following areas:
- Women's Literature / Women's Studies
[see the Jane Austen & Friends page for more information]
- Domestic Arts (Cookery, Gardening, Etiquette, etc.)
- Decorative Arts
- Great Britain
- Books about Books
- Children’s Literature
- Vermontiana / Vermont History
We offer search services, welcome want-lists, and actively buy in our specialty areas. For more information about the shop and how to contact us, please go to the About Us page.
Please see the Bygone Books Blog for periodic news of recent arrivals, short biographies of authors, internet resources, etc. Your comments are welcomed and appreciated.
How to use this site: You may Search the Bygone Books inventory using the "Quick Search" box, or click on the "Advanced Search" page. You may also Browse by subject by selecting a Catalogue in the sidebar. Select "Details" for the complete listing and the "Add to Cart" button if you choose to purchase the book. Please see "Store Policies" for information on book description, payment options, shipping options, etc.
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Shakespeare and the Emblem Writers: an exposition of their similarities of thought and expression...
Price: US $250.00 London: Truber & Co.,
Book Condition: Collectible; VG
"...preceded by a view of emblem literature down to A.D. 1616; with numerous illustrative devices from the original authors." 8vo (9 3/4"), 570p, ... Details
Treffinger, Carolyn. Fern Bisel Peat [illus]
Price: US $95.00 Saalfield Publishing, Akron, OH
Book Condition: Collectible; VG-
No printing statement, probable first edition (the pictures are sparkling!), folio, illustrated paper-covered boards / rust linen spine, 59 pages, 12 ... Details
Modes and Manners of the Nineteenth Century as represented in the pictures and engravings of the time. [ 3 volumes ]
Fischel, Oskar and Max Von Boehn.
Price: US $700.00 London: J.M. Dent / Aldine House / NY: E.P. Dutton,
Book Condition: Collectible; VG+
Translated by M. Edwardes; Introduction by Grace Rhys. In Three Volumes; profusely illustrated (by various artists) with chromolithographic plates, ... Details