New Acquisitions | Jonathan Kearns Rare Books & Curiosities

Source: New Acquisitions | Jonathan Kearns Rare Books & Curiosities

if you are a fan of weird and speculative fiction, a book collector (or better yet, both) you need to look through the latest catalog from Jonathan Kearns Rare Books. Not only does he have some splendid tomes for sale (and if you don’t see anything for you, check with me, I have a wish list running), but his descriptions themselves make for wonderful reading!

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