A gallery of rare books, with historical curiosities to come. I’d love for people to take an interest in books like these and go looking for their own- there may even be more copies of these books floating around out there.
A bust from the same book.
A 1750s recipe for apple pudding.
A homework assignment found in a 1920s copy of Marlowe’s works, bought for $6.
A copy of Macbeth thoroughly annotated by a man in 1912, who also left some poetry and diary entries behind.
A fold-out page, one of two in the book.
Another recipe from the 1750s.
A copy of the 17th century book of poetry and essays, Amitiez, Amours, et Amourettes.
A picture out of the book ‘New York comme je l’ai vu’, 1906.
A picture from the book. Indents are still visible from when the image was printed onto the book.
A bookplate from “La Flandre a Vol d’Oiseau”, from the library of Elwyn B. Gould.