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Welcome to Peter Harrington. We specialise in selling and buying the finest quality original first editions, signed, rare and antiquarian books, fine bindings and library sets. For contemporary prints, maps, views, photography, and original artwork see our gallery.

OUR LOCATIONS

Chelsea

100 Fulham Road
London SW3 6HS
United Kingdom

+44 (0)20 7591 0220

+44 (0)20 7225 7045

mail@peterharrington.co.uk

10am - 6pm Monday - Saturday

Mayfair

43 Dover Street
Mayfair, London W1S 4FF
United Kingdom.

+44 (0)20 3763 3220

mail@peterharrington.co.uk

10am - 7pm Monday - Friday; 10am - 6pm Saturday

MEET THE EXPERTS

Pom Harrington

Pom joined the firm straight from school in 1994, working for his father and uncle, who were then trading as Harrington Bros. In 1997 Peter started Peter Harrington Antiquarian Books at 100 Fulham Road, taking Pom with him. In 2000 Pom took over the running of the shop, and after Peter died in 2003, became owner and partner.

Adam Douglas

Adam Douglas has been with Peter Harrington since September 2005. He was educated at Newcastle Royal Grammar School and Bristol University (BA Hons, English Literature), and started bookselling in 1988 with Simon Finch Rare Books. He specialises in early books, literature, history, and science. He speaks on fakes and forgeries at the annual York Antiquarian Book Seminars (YABS). He is the author of The Beast Within, a study of the werewolf myth. He is currently chair of the ABA Educational Trust.

Glenn Mitchell

Glenn joined us in 2007 from Maggs Bros, after previously surviving a lengthy apprenticeship in the Charing Cross Road. Glenn has an MA in History from the University of Sussex. He deals in travel and voyages, military and naval history, and jazz.