One of the longest established antiquarian booksellers in the world, founded in 1761. *Shop open from 12th April*

  • Spring Miscellany

  • A compendium of varied and wild delights from every department and for every pocket
  • VIEWS OF TOKYO

  • Prints exhibition 14th May - 4th June 2021
  • Gould's Toucans Reborn

  • The complete text and plates of the second edition of John Gould's magisterial monograph on the Toucans
  • Vintage Travel Posters

  • 14th Annual Exhibition.

Spring Miscellany

A compendium of varied and wild delights from every department and for every pocket See Catalogue

VIEWS OF TOKYO

Prints exhibition 14th May - 4th June 2021 Take a Look

Gould's Toucans Reborn

The complete text and plates of the second edition of John Gould's magisterial monograph on the Toucans Take a Look

Vintage Travel Posters

14th Annual Exhibition. View catalogue

Finest New Arrivals

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Rosie's Shelf Walk

Children's & Illustrated (28th April 2021)

Setting the tone for this year’s Academy Awards ceremony must have been a headache for the organisers. We’re celebrating today with a scattering of items from the Golden Age of Hollywood.Here’s just a little bit of the sparkle and frivolity we all missed on the night.

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Weekly Selection Box

All Departments (6th May 2021)

Michael Nesmith, ex-Monkee, once released a fine solo album called And the Hits Just Keep On Comin'. He was joking, because he hadn't had a hit for years. Nevertheless, that album title comes to mind when I look at this selection of books and prints, because it really is hit after hit.

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Saturday Specials

Darwiniana (8th May 2021)

CharlesDarwin was a reluctant revolutionary. Darwin was right to be worried about the controversy. While he had heavyweight supporters, such as Lyell and Romanes, their detractors, including Agassiz and Gosse, were just as staunch. The evolutionary wars are still being fought, and this selection of books gives an overview of the battleground.

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Open again!

We are delighted to be opening our doors again from 12th April. We'll be here from 11am-5pm Monday-Friday until further notice, still socially distanced with a smaller crew in the shop every day but very much looking forward to greeting you all face to face.

The longest established antiquarian booksellers in the world

Founded in York in 1761, established in London in 1815, Henry Sotheran Limited has a long and distinguished history

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