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Window Shopping in Fulham Road: Rare Cookery Books

Window Shopping in Fulham Road: Rare Cookery Books

June 30, 2015.

                  BAKER, Charles H. The Gentleman’s Companion.Volume 1: Being an Exotic Cookery Book, or, Around the World with Knife, Fork and Spoon. Volume II: Being an Exotic Drinking Book, or, Around the World with Jigger, Beaker and Flask. New York: The Derrydale Press, 1939 2 volumes, octavo.

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This Week in Dover Street: Love’s Philosophy, a Moomin Odyssey and a Signed Silent Spring

This Week in Dover Street: Love’s Philosophy, a Moomin Odyssey and a Signed Silent Spring

June 24, 2015.

Here at Peter Harrington Dover Street we like to showcase the very best in rare books, encompassing everything from the keenest heights of political economy to the most nostalgic depths of children’s literature. There really are some astounding things here and, since it would be a little selfish to keep them all to ourselves, we

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Window Shopping in Fulham Road: After a Fashion

Window Shopping in Fulham Road: After a Fashion

June 11, 2015.

Those who pass by our Fulham Road shop on a regular enough basis will already be aware that our window display  changes frequently. Just in case you won’t have the chance to see it for yourself, we thought we’d keep you up-to-date on the books, prints and curiosities making an appearance each time a reshuffle

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This Week in Dover Street: Darkness, Ruins, and Soviet Tanks

This Week in Dover Street: Darkness, Ruins, and Soviet Tanks

May 6, 2015.

    Here at Peter Harrington Dover Street we like to showcase the very best in rare books, encompassing everything from the keenest heights of political economy to the most nostalgic depths of children’s literature. There really are some astounding things here and, since it would be a little selfish to keep them all to

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This Week in Dover Street: Christopher Robin, Nicholas Bentley’s political cats, and a useless piece of bibliomania from Philip Larkin.

This Week in Dover Street: Christopher Robin, Nicholas Bentley’s political cats, and a useless piece of bibliomania from Philip Larkin.

April 20, 2015.

    Here at Peter Harrington Dover Street we like to showcase the very best in rare books, encompassing everything from the keenest heights of political economy to the most nostalgic depths of children’s literature. There really are some astounding things here and, since it would be a little selfish to keep them all to

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This Week in Dover Street: Yeats’s Zodiac – Dorian Gray’s Yellow Book – and Joyce’s Devil’s Cat.

This Week in Dover Street: Yeats’s Zodiac – Dorian Gray’s Yellow Book – and Joyce’s Devil’s Cat.

March 30, 2015.

  Here at Peter Harrington Dover Street we like to showcase the very best in rare books, encompassing everything from the keenest heights of political economy to the most nostalgic depths of children’s literature. There really are some astounding things here and, since it would be a little selfish to keep them all to ourselves,

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This Week in Dover Street: Kay Nielsen, Anders Petersen & Kung-Fu.

This Week in Dover Street: Kay Nielsen, Anders Petersen & Kung-Fu.

March 21, 2015.

Here at Peter Harrington Dover Street we like to showcase the very best in rare books, encompassing everything from the keenest heights of political economy to the most nostalgic depths of children’s literature. There really are some astounding things here and, since it would be a little selfish to keep them all to ourselves, we

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This Week in Dover Street: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Katherine Ainslie & Whitney Darrow Jr

This Week in Dover Street: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Katherine Ainslie & Whitney Darrow Jr

March 9, 2015.

Here at Peter Harrington Dover Street we like to showcase the very best in rare books, encompassing everything from the keenest heights of political economy to the most nostalgic depths of children’s literature. There really are some astounding things here and, since it would be a little selfish to keep them all to ourselves, we

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This Week in Dover Street: Woodstock, Cecil Beaton and The Little Prince

This Week in Dover Street: Woodstock, Cecil Beaton and The Little Prince

March 2, 2015.

    Here at Peter Harrington Dover Street we like to showcase the very best in rare books, encompassing everything from the keenest heights of political economy to the most nostalgic depths of children’s literature. There really are some astounding things here and, since it would be a little selfish to keep them all to

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Holly’s Christmas Blog – Truly Festive Children’s Stories

Holly’s Christmas Blog – Truly Festive Children’s Stories

December 18, 2014.

I don’t know about you but I really do believe this is truly “the most wonderful time of the year”. Call me corny! Call me nuts. Call me a red-nosed bookseller if you like! For me there is still magic to be seen, joyfulness to be heard and wonder to be felt by anyone who

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