Between the Covers Rare Books, Inc.

Between the Covers Rare Books, Inc.
Between the Covers Rare Books, Inc.
Contact person: Thomas E. Congalton
Address: 112 Nicholson Rd.
Gloucester City NJ 08030-1225
See map
Phone: (856) 456-8008
Fax: (856) 456-7675
Description of shop:

After several years of collecting, scouting, and selling books Tom and Heidi Congalton issued their first Between the Covers catalogue in 1985. Tom Congalton is one of the nation's leading experts on Modern First Editions. He is a past President of the ABAA (Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America) and currently the President of ILAB. Tom was also a founding member of the ABNJ (Antiquarian Booksellers of New Jersey). Tom Congalton also serves on the Board of the Antiquarian Book Foundation. We have a large used and rare book inventory, with over 230,000 books, including over 150,000 first editions and over 13,000 signed books.

Specialties: - Autographs
- Cinema
- Crime fiction
- Literature
- Modern first editions
- Science fiction and fantasy
- Sports and games
Other specialties: Literary First Editions, African American Literature & History,
Autographs, Genre Fiction
Bookseller's catalogues:

- Archives and Manuscripts #17
- Archives and Manuscripts #16
- Counter Culture
- Women
- Photography
- African-Americana
- 2-in-1: Selections from the Library of Kate Stettner Lobell and Carl D. Lobell and New Arrivals
- African-Americana
- Archives and Manuscripts #15
- Archives and Manuscripts #14
- African-Americana
- Archives and Manuscripts #13
- Counter Culture
- Archives and Manuscripts #12
- Manuscripts & Archives (and Assorted Unusual Items) #11
- Manuscripts, Archives & Assorted Objects #10
- Archives, Manuscripts, etc. #9
- African-Americana
- Archives & Manuscripts #8
- Archives, Manuscripts & Complicated Objects #7
- Basketball
- Tennis and Racquet Sports
- Golf
- Suitable for Framing
- Archives & Manuscripts #6
- First Books & Before
- Oriental Art
- General Listing - Books about the American Civil War
- Manuscripts & Archives #4
- Gay & Lesbian Interest
- Philosophy
- Manuscripts & Archives
- African-Americana
- The Mimeograph Revolution
- The Cat: A Log
- Music
- Children's Books
- Florida
- Ephemera
- Drama
- Biographies
- Horses, Horsemanship, Horse Racing, etc.
- Western Fiction
- Football (American Style)
- Psychology & Psychiatry
- Dogalog: Books about Dogs
- Cocktail Books, etc.
- Archives & Manuscripts
- New York City
- Mysteries
- Science-Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
- Inventory Highlights
- African-Americana
- Sherlockiana
- Architecture
- Modern Literature
- Photography
- Mostly Americana and American Imprints
- African-Americana

Bookseller's articles:
Opening hours: By appointment only Visitors are welcome but, because our large inventory is not set up for browsing, advance notice is requested.
Sales information: All books are returnable within ten days if returned in the same condition as sent. Books may be reserved by telephone, fax, or email. All items subject to prior sale. Payment should accompany order if you are unknown to us. Customers known to us will be invoiced with payment due in 30 days. Payment schedule may be adjusted for larger purchases. Institutions will be billed to meet their requirements. Payment may be made by VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, DISCOVER, PayPal, check or money order. Domestic orders please include $6.00 postage for the first item, $2.00 for each item thereafter. International orders will be sent Global Priority at cost when applicable, otherwise by arrangement. All items insured. NJ residents please add 7% sales tax.
Association: Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America