Peter Harrington

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Peter Harrington was established in 1969 and specialise in selling and buying the finest quality original first editions, signed, rare and antiquarian books, fine bindings and library sets. In the 1970’s Peter Harrington started a successful map and print business and in 2000 it established The Chelsea Bindery which employs some of the finest binders in the world, who make fine bindings, preservation boxes and restore books. Today it is the UK’s largest rare book seller and one of the leading rare book sellers in the world.
Their four-storey double-fronted shop at 100 Fulham Road, Chelsea, has more than 20,000 volumes and 6,000 prints and old maps whilst their recently opened shop in Dover Street, Mayfair, has over 7,000 books arranged over two floors.

FOUNDED :1969

DIRECTORS: Pom Harrington
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Seven autograph letters signed from Beardsley to Frederick Henry Evans; [with:] three related letters, one in Beardsley’s hand, another in his sister’s, and the final from J. M. Dent to Evans.
Aubrey Beardsley

Price: POA

Autograph letter signed to Ellen Nussey.
Charlotte Brontë

Price: POA

Six of his major titles, each one inscribed to his friend and fellow author H. G. Wells.
Joseph Conrad

Price: POA

Complete set of the three voyages.
James Cook

Price: POA

The Principles of Mr. Harrison's Time-Keeper, with plates of the same.
John Harrison

Price: POA

Gustav Klimt. Dernière gerbe.
Max Eisler

Price: POA

Le Petit Prince.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Price: POA

Mädchen. Girl.
Egon Schiele

Price: POA

CONTACT DETAILS

100 Fulham Road

SW3 6HS

London

United Kingdom

020 7591 0220

books@peterharrington.co.uk
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