Catalogues

Short List 5 (New Series): 25 Children's Books

Short List 5 (New Series): 25 Children's Books

Books to entertain, to educate, or to dazzle with illustration (and occasionally all three). Highlights include Edward Lear in a sociable mood, a stunning 1930s cloth book, and a rare work of 18th-century egalitarian education

Short List 4 (New Series): 25 Travels and Voyages

Short List 4 (New Series): 25 Travels and Voyages

Expeditions and exploits in Alaska, China, Colombia, India, Iran, Italy, the Nile, Syria, South Africa, Tibet, Turkey and on the oceans in between.

Short List 3 (New Series): 30 Books in Six Specialties

Short List 3 (New Series): 30 Books in Six Specialties

Highlighting six of our specialties: William Blake, Literature, Children’s Books, Illuminated Manuscripts, Fine Press, and Fine Bindings.

Short List 2 (New Series): 27 Fine Press Books

Short List 2 (New Series): 27 Fine Press Books

Featuring fine press, papermaking and other titles relating to the art of the book.

Short List 1 (New Series): 25 Recent Acquisitions

Short List 1 (New Series): 25 Recent Acquisitions

Featuring the best of our new arrivals including Asian calligraphy, a beautiful Bodoni, art deco pochoir, an 18th century drawing manual for hair and hats, and the poetry of harp seals.

Catalogue #64: Fine Books

Catalogue #64: Fine Books

Our latest and best in all fields, including illustrated books, fine press, children's books, and illuminated manuscripts.

Catalogue 63: Holiday 2015

Catalogue 63: Holiday 2015

Seasons greetings from the JWAB Team! We are pleased to add our contribution to caroling crowd of holiday lists already thronging your inboxes. Ours brings you books on all subjects and at all price points, each almost (sorta, kind of) related to one of our chosen festive themes, among them music, being cold and indigestion.

Catalogue #62: Illuminations

Catalogue #62: Illuminations

Autumn 2015. Our latest in fine illuminated books and manuscripts including stunning miniatures and illuminations from the 13th through the early 16th century, as well as the very first book printed by computer from the 19th century.