Book Stores in Suffolk County

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Grolier Poetry Book Shop - Book Shop in Boston(617) 547-4648
Poetry is honored every day at the Grolier Poetry Book Shop in Harvard Square, the oldest continuous poetry book shop in the US. The shop stocks over 15, 000 current volumes of trade, tiny press, and
MassachusettsSuffolk CountyBoston02118   6 Plympton Street
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Bromer Booksellers - Magazines in Boston(617) 247-2818
Owned and run by Anne and David Bromer, who have been in the business of fine books for nearly 40 years, our shop carries a array of important private press books, designer bookbindings, literary 1st editions,
MassachusettsSuffolk CountyBoston02116   607 Boylston Street Ste 204
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Booksellers(617) 542-2376
With more than thirty five years knowledge in the rare book trade, Peter L. Stern and Co. . Has proved itself as a highly regarded company of antiquarian booksellers. Specializing in nineteenth and
MassachusettsSuffolk CountyBoston02111   55 Temple Place
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FA Bernett(617) 350-7778
F. A. Bernett Books buys and sells rare primary source material in the fine and decorative arts, architecture, design, social history and other fields. We stock an ever-changing inventory of
MassachusettsSuffolk CountyBoston02111   144 Lincoln Street # 3
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Brattle Book Shop - Book Store in Boston(617) 542-0210
The Brattle Book Shop was established in the Cornhill section of Boston in 1825 and has been in the hands of the Gloss Family since 1949. Through the years George and his son Kenneth built this shop
MassachusettsSuffolk CountyBoston02111   9 W Street
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Spenser's Mystery Books - Used Books in Boston(978) 689-0629
Two subjects are battling for attention as the autumn settles in: the economy and the election. Each subject is resonating with echoes of the other, but at least one will be behind us very shortly.
MassachusettsSuffolk CountyBoston02116   223 Newbury Street
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