Tuesday November 24, 2020

Fine Arts: De Burca’s library is a Rare breed indeed

The antiquarian bookseller’s current catalogue is a feast of vintage tomes, from a first edition of Dracula to a Jack B Yeats rarity

26th April, 2002
Portrait prints of Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith by John Lavery

One of the most respected antiquarian booksellers in existence, De Burca Rare Books is famed for rare manuscripts and titles on Irish history, politics, travel, industry and religion, memorabilia and photographs.

Featured treasures in its current catalogue range from a True First Edition of Bram Stoker’s Dracula; Portrait Prints of Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith by John Lavery, signed by Lavery; and The Annuals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters, each priced...

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