Catalogues

You can look at our catalogues in two ways, either by downloading a PDF or by clicking "View Online." The PDF will show everything in the catalogue at the time of publication and will not indicate anything that has sold. "View Online" will show only items that remain unsold. The remaining "View Online" items are arranged in their same sequence as in the full catalogue.

 
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2016 Holiday Catalogue

Featuring Fine Books on Various Subjects, from the 15th - 20th Centuries. With a Small Selection of Single Printed and Manuscript Leaves

2016 Holiday Catalogue

Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 67

19th and 20th Century Books in Various fields, featuring: Attractive Bindings, Private Press, Illustrated Books, Fore-Edge Paintings, Vellum Printings, and Fine Facsimiles of Early Material.

Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 67

Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 66

Interesting Books in Historically Significant and Decorative Bindings, from the 15th Century to the Present

Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 66

Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 65

Vellum Illuminated Manuscript Material Printed Books from 1505-1799 (and Fine Modern Facsimiles, Early Documents, and Single Printed Leaves)
Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 65

Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 64

Incunabula and the Private Press Books they Inspired
Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 64

Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 63

A 19th and 20th Century Miscellany, including many modest (and—in the case of Joyce, D. H. Lawrence, and a few others—some immodest ) items.
Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 63

Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 62

These 20 items represent the wide range of works we carry, from Medieval manuscripts to early printing, important illustrated books, fine bindings, fore-edge painting, modern private press books, and first editions.
Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 62

Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 61

This is a different kind of catalogue devoted to fine and historic bindings. The arrangement of this catalogue departs from its predecessors in that items are listed chronologically, based on the approximate date of their bindings. This approach has been adopted with the hope that it might promote an understanding of the evolution of binding styles and techniques over the course of 500 years and that, consequently, the catalogue might be useful for reference.
Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 61