Booth # A33

IMG_22332020 NEW YORK ANTIQUARIAN BOOK FAIR
Thursday, March 5 through Sunday, March 8, 2020
Park Avenue Armory · 643 Park Avenue (at 66th Street) · New York, NY 10065

Preview: Thursday, March 5, 5–9 pm
                        Hours: Friday, March 6, 12–8 pm · Saturday, March 7, 12–7 pm ·                                                                 Sunday, March 8, 12–5 pm

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Two medieval manuscripts

Fourteen Incunables 

Ten pre/Early Modern Books by Women

Six post incunables

Three Important Bibles

And Many More including many interesting english pre 1700 books! 

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Aquinas, Galileo, The King James Bible, Aristotle, Eusebius…

Firsts

The first Irish author in Print, The first Catholic Bible in English, First editions of 5 books by Early modern Women, First printed copy of a manuscript. 

Illuminated

Illuminated Incunabula, Illuminated and painted Books of Hours, Illuminated Psalter.

Illuminated Antiphonal

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Bold Poets and rash Painters may aspire With pen and pencill to describe my Faire, Alas; their arts in the performance fayle, And reach not that divine Original, Some Shadd’wy glimpse they may present to view, And this is all poore humane art Can doe▪

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Aristotelian diagrams have a long and rich history in philosophical logic. Today, they are widely used in nearly all disciplines dealing with logical reasoning.

 

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BOOTH #A33

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