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Latest Acquisitions 401

Catalogue 401 is now available. Please use the link below, LA 401 Berkelouw Rare Books (continued)

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To collectors and dealers, Leo Berkelouw is an institution – the fifth generation of Berkelouw men to deal in rare and old books.

Leo gets a twinkle in his eye when something especially old and precious passes through the Berkelouw’s Rare Book Department, which sits tucked away down a tree-lined laneway on Bendooley Estate. His knowledge about the value of antiquarian publications is vast, learned at the knees... (continued)

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About Berkelouw Rare Books Department

Berkelouw Books is Australia's largest rare and antiquarian bookdealer. Although we sell new books in our city stores, our business was built on the trade of rare and valuable books, and this remains at the heart of the Berkelouw operation.

Our Rare and Antiquarian Book Department, which houses over 40,000 items, is located on 'Bendooley', a property just north of Berrima in the beautiful Southern Highlands of NSW. The books, pamphlets and journals cover an extraordinary range of topics and periods forming a collection that will interest most book collectors. Latest Acquisition Catalogues are issued regularly and can be received as a printed item or as an email.

Please contact the Berkelouw Rare Book Department for further information.

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Opening Hours

Rare Books will be closed from 23rd December 2016 till 3rd January 2017.

Mon - Fri | 8:30am - 4pm
Sat | 11am - 3pm

NOTE : The rare book section is closed on Public Holidays.


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Address

Bendooley
3020 Old Hume Highway
Berrima
NSW 2577

Tel: +61 (0)2 4877 1370
Fax: +61 (0)2 4877 1102

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