04 September 2008

New York: Jewish book sale, Sept. 7

While some of us crawl the malls, there are other delights. For me, it's books. A book sale is even better. For the bibliophiles among us, here's a great New York City event to investigate.

Several of the northeast's top antiquarian Judaica booksellers will offer hundreds of unusual, rare and out-of-print Jewish books for sale from 10am-4pm Sunday, September 7.

Dan Wyman Books is among the exhibitors. According to various list postings by that company, readers who bring a printed copy of the notice of their participation will receive a 10% discount. Check out their website for some interesting collections, including Yizkor books. However, I don't know what the company will be bringing to the sale.

The venue is the Workman's Circle Building, 45 E. 33rd St., New York, NY 10016 (between Park & Madison).

If you go, let your fellow Tracing the Tribe readers know what treasures you found!

Click BookSaleFinder.com for a website completely devoted to book sales.

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