Barwon Booksellers - Secondhand and Collectibles

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    • Detecting New Agatha Christies
    • 13 November 2014 -
    • We have just purchased an extensive run of facsimile Agatha Christie hardback novels, published by the Collins Crime Club. These novels are as new with bright dust jackets harking back to the original editions.

      We also have some other interesting Christie material. For instance, Agatha Christie’s Devon, part of the Halsgrove Discover Series, is a lovely small format coffee table book full of photographs of the important landmarks of Christie’s life in Devon, as well as the much loved landscapes and settings of her books.

      Agatha Christie At Home, by Hilary Macaskill is likewise a handsome table book focusing on the famous detective writer’s house and environs.

      We also have a clean hardback edition of Christie’s Autobiography and other interesting items such as the Agatha Christie’s Who’s Who.

    • Melbourne Cup
    • 04 November 2014 -
    • Spring Acquisitions
    • 31 October 2014 -
    • Rich Pickings in History & Military Sections
    • 24 October 2014 -
    • Our New Piquant Neighbours In James St
    • 10 October 2014 -
    • We're happy today that Coffee Cartel, those exemplary roasters and purveyors of coffee and tea, have opened up with a splash of red opposite us here in James St. Their shop looks swish and fun and their first day brought a live to air broadcast and an energetic vibe to our BB zone. It's great to have people nearby who are so thoroughly into what they do, so come down, take a sniff, and pop in to us for a browse and buy while you're at it.
    • Queenscliff School Holiday Opening Hours
    • 12 September 2014 -
    • August Trading Hours Queenscliff
    • 05 August 2014 -
    • School Holidays at Queenscliff
    • 26 June 2014 -
    • Coming Up - Barwon Booksellers @ Melbourne Rare Book Fair
    • 20 June 2014 -

    • 42nd ANZAAB Australian Antiquarian Book Fair 

      (Melbourne Rare Book Fair) 

      Venue: Wilson Hall, The University of Melbourne 

      Open: Friday, July 25 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm 
      Saturday, July 26 10.00 am to 5.00 pm 
      Sunday, July 27 10.00 am to 5.00 pm



      Leading Australian and international antiquarian booksellers will bring a rich and diverse array of books together that cater for all who genuinely love print on paper and who share a passion for books. 

      Subjects including early printed books, maps, historical accounts of travel and exploration, prints, literature, art, militaria, children's books, and ephemera will be offered for sale at prices to suit all levels of collecting. 

      Whether you already have your own personal library and wish to add to it, or would like to know more about the world of book collecting, this is your opportunity to explore the world of books with experts in their fields. 

      Admission to Melbourne Rare Book Fair is free. 

      Melbourne Rare Book Fair coincides with the University of Melbourne's biennial Cultural Treasures Festival and the annual Open House Melbourne (OHM), with the Book Fair venue,Wilson Hall, being included in the OHM program. 

       

       

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