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BERNARD QUARITCH, bookseller, 15 Piccadilly, LONDON, recommends to Gentlemen in all parts of the Globe his services as their AGENT.
His intimate acquaintance with all departments of Literature, his extensive and valuable stock, his staff of well-trained assistants, and his established reputation as a man of business, guarantee prompt and efficient service.
He attends the BOOK-SALES in London and elsewhere personally, and thus has many opportunities of securing literary rarities sought after in vain by collectors.
His Catalogues of valuable and standard English books are sent regularly on application to every book collector.
Mr. QUARITCH trusts that his extensive stock will for the future be better known to collectors and literary men in the East, and that many gentlemen who have hitherto denied themselves the pleasure of purchasing good books at moderate prices will avail themselves of the facilities which are now offered for the gratification of their taste.
Parcels of moderate size can be despatched by Parcel-Post at a very low rate. Large orders are shipped regularly. Enclosures of any value are received and forwarded.
MONEY ORDERS may be obtained at any Money Order Office in India, British China, Australia, etc. payable in London.
The preceding parts of this Catalogue can be had by gentlemen who favour me with a direct order for one or more of the books here advertised; or, on receipt of two shillings in stamps.
Catalogue No. 327 comprises the following Subdivisions:
British Museum Publ.
Catalogue No. 328 comprises: