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Issue 21: Pom presents a rare inscribed first edition of Breakfast at Tiffany's; gifts for him and her as Valentine's Day approaches; Aristoteles Masterpiece features in a piece by the Guardian.
Video: A Notably Rare Inscription

Pom presents a first edition presentation copy of Breakfast at Tiffany's, inscribed on the front free endpaper to Martha Hunt Robinson, a teacher who would go on to marry author William Bradford Huie.

To view the video click on the link below, and then click 'Watch Video Description'.

 
Gifts for Valentine's Day

To the left is our own Chelsea Bindery first edition of Breakfast at Tiffany's, one of many books that might prove to be the perfect gift for your loved one this coming Saturday.

Follow the links below for gift ideas to browse and buy online.

Click here to view 'Gifts for Her'

Click here to view 'Gifts for Him'

Books in the Media

The Guardian reports on a first edition of early-English sex manual Aristoteles Master-Piece, which as the paper points out is "neither by Aristotle nor really a masterpiece." 

Click here to read the full article on the Guardian website
 

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