Fine Edition Ltd
New York City
Fine Edition Ltd
Paul T. Libassi | Libassi
Please call (917-969-7418) or email (email@example.com) with questions or to reserve a book
SHIPPING & RETURNS POLICY
We sell only genuine rare and antiquarian books. Every effort has been made to describe them carefully and accurately, and all are unconditionally guaranteed. Any item may be returned if found unsatisfactory for any reason within 10 days of purchase, with prior notification via email. Refunds are limited to the original purchase price, including initial delivery costs. Returns must be carefully packaged and promptly shipped.
All purchases must be paid in advance by check drawn on a U.S. bank, PayPal, or credit card. Libraries and institutions may arrange deferred billing; credit terms are settlement within 30 days of the date of invoice, unless agreed otherwise at time of sale. Bona fide rare and antiquarian booksellers (in other words, those from whom we might be interested in buying) may deduct their reciprocal discount, provided the account is paid in full by check within 10 days of the date of invoice. New York State residents without a current resale certificate (ST-120) on file will be charged 8.875% sales tax. All items remain the property of Fine Editions Ltd until payment is made in full.
Standard shipping (UPS Media Mail) to any address in the continental United States is free (for direct website orders only), although oversize books and sets may incur charges. For domestic Priority shipping, add $13.50 for the first item and $2.50 for each additional item (with the exception of oversize items and sets). Delivery confirmation and insurance are provided at our expense. All International orders are sent via airmail, with rate depending on weight and size. Most octavo sized-books can be shipped for $28.50 ($26.50 to Canada and Mexico). Priority Mail International shipping is available, beginning at $65. Books weighing more than three pounds (quarto or folio) and sets will incur additional charges.
The Fine in our name refers both to matters of condition (by and large, we only stock exceptional examples) and to the perspective we take on collecting. Our focus is on editions of aesthetic merit, whether for their bindings, typography, plates, or even dust-jacket art. From the hand-press period, we favor emblem books, poetry and architecture; titles drawn from the landmark exhibition "Printing & the Mind of Man;" and works on travel, the classical world, and landscape design, many with engravings and hand-colored maps. Our nineteenth-century holdings include early Baedekers, Dickens and Darwin in original cloth, Americana, and plate books with all styles of illustration. Finally, in the area of modern firsts, the slant is toward literary high spots, often drawn from the lists compiled by Cyril Connolly and Anthony Burgess.
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