Friday Giveaway: 11 Antiquarian Books - contest closed




This week's giveaway features eleven antiquarian books on a variety of subjects; there's a bit of leather, a bit of gilt, lots of illustrations and plenty of dusty pages. Sounds like a recipe for good giveaway.

Contest closed, winner announced shortly.




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78 comments:

  1. would be awesome to win these books.

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  2. They are beautiful! Please consider me entered.

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  3. Those look delightful. Thanks for another contest!

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  4. @Lexiquin RT'd also
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    aleq13@gmail.com

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  5. What an amazing mix. Would love to win. Thanks for the chance!

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  6. Hoping for one of those books this time! Fantastic.

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  7. I can provide a good home for them. I can see some of them need a good restoration, and I'll be glad to do it.
    I've got my restoration equipment out already!

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  8. Might get me divorced (only kidding), but please enter me!

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  9. These are beautiful. Count me in!

    quixoticdreamer(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  10. Maybe the Easter Bunny will come bearing books this year :)

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  11. Oh, how beautiful o.o I'm totally in :D

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  12. Love love old books! Used to watch an old bookbinder doing magic with leather, mesmerizing.

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  13. These are fantastic! Fascinated by the Reading Club.

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  14. These books would be right at home with me ... especially the dusty ones. Ah-choo!

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  15. Oh, yes! I would be thrilled to add these books to my library. They are beautiful! Thanks for offering them.

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  16. Oh my gosh, beautiful! Please count me in.

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  17. Beautiful! Please pick me :).

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  18. These are quite lovely, please consider me entered!

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  19. I'll most likely die if I don't win. Most likely.

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  20. See, I love my Nook, but I really hope beautiful bindings never go away. Kind of like film vs. digital...

    @butterflyrouge

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  21. These are all so beautiful!! would love to win :)

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  22. Would look beautiful in my house, please enter me.

    Jessica Knox

    ohsogawjess at gmail dot com

    Great giveaway
    xXx

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  23. Those are exactly the cool, random kind of books I love. I'm entered! (and btw, I didn't win the big lottery so I would really like this one. K?)

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  24. I would love to have these beautiful old bindings! I do sell old books but also collect them for display in my home... these would look fab next to my 1920s typewriter!

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  25. Please pick me! Laurabelle.Pittsford@gmail.com

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  26. Wonder if I could win. From overseas.

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  27. I would like these books, please.

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  28. Wow, that Daughters of America book looks really interesting...

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  29. I wanted to let you know that we re selling your book in Tarrytown, down by the Tappan Zee Bridge. If you ever come through town could you sign copies for us?

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  30. Thank you so much for this chance.

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  31. awesome covers - i'd love to win!

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  32. Oh wow, I would love to win these!!

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  33. Karen -

    Most likely. I hope to be down in NYC for the Book Expo America.

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  34. Oh, I would love to win those! They are so pretty.

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  35. I'm so sad I missed the giveaway for "Through the Looking Glass"! Ah well, at least I finally found your site! =D

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  36. Looks like a treasure trove of typography and illustration... yum. Count me in.

    Happy Easter/Happy Passover, to everyone!

    eyejay17[at]gmail[dot]com

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  37. Yes! Count me in, especially on this one! Reminds me of my grandma's collection!

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  38. Sure would love to read these when I get home from my 120 day deployment......

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  39. Beautiful choices! And I'm struck by this: "How to get on in the world..." Crossing fingers!

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