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Noun1.bookdealer - a dealer in booksbookdealer - a dealer in books; a merchant who sells books
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Mr Albury said the photograph was discovered among the books and effects of a deceased London bookdealer.
Mr Albury said that the photograph had been discovered among the books and effects of a deceased London bookdealer.
or OF estacioon, stacioon and ML stationarius] 'a bookdealer, esp.
His middleman was the university bookdealer Thomas Hunt, who was in an official position to distribute his books to the university and to network for him.
He therefore contracted with Michael Gottschalk, a local bookbinder and bookdealer, to manage the printing house, transferring all of the typographical equipment and material to Gottschalk, their arrangement being noted on the title pages of the books issued by the press with the phrase "with the letters of lord Johann Christoph Beckman, Doctor and Professor .
A tentative set of conclusions, supported by the sources, can thus be posited: 1) in February of 1544 Farel was in possession of a French translation of a "statement of union" that the Anabaptists regarded as authoritative, and whose German original had been criticized by Zwingli already in 1527; 2) Pierre Chambrier consigned the booklet [libellum] to the bookdealer Pierre Pillot (PeHoltz, Peloux, Pelot) of La Neuveville on Lake Bienne.
Yesterday, my favorite antiquarian bookdealer (Buddenbrooks) sent me its latest catalog featuring a two-volume set by Howard Carter, titled The Tomb of Tut Ankh Amen.
Now a bookdealer cataloguing Pinter's personal library has paid pounds 2,000 to the library it was borrowed from to keep it in the collection.
Bonhams spokeswoman Charlotte Wood said: "It was bought by a bookdealer on behalf of a private client and it will be staying in the UK.
The book is expected to fetch pounds 2000 at London auctioneers Bonhams' two-day sale of Yorkshire bookdealer Tony Hattersley's collection.
From there, I spoke to the assistant vice president in Books and Manuscripts at Sotheby's and found that it had gone to a London bookdealer, Bernard Quaritch, who, presumably, bought it for a client.
They indeed do not solve the mystery of the Beinecke Library's celebrated manuscript, named after the Lithuanian-born bookdealer Wilfrid Voynich, who claimed to have found it in a monastic collection in Italy in 1912.