Raptis Rare Books

Raptis Rare Books
Raptis Rare Books Raptis Rare Books
Contact person: Matthew Raptis
Contact other person: Adrienne Raptis
Address: 226 Worth Ave.
Palm Beach FL 33480
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Phone: (561) 508-3479
Fax: (561) 757-7032
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Website: www.raptisrarebooks.com
Specialties: - Architecture
- Autographs
- Children's books
- Economics
- Modern first editions
- Old and rare books
- Photography
Other specialties: Founded by Matthew and Adrienne Raptis, Raptis Rare Books is an antiquarian book firm that specializes in literature, children's books, economics, photo books, signed and inscribed books, and landmark books in all fields. Our business model is simple: we strive to handle books that are in exceptional condition and to provide exceptional customer service.

From the moment each work is published a unique story unfolds. It is not only the story told on the pages, but the story of readers’ lives changed forever by the words on those pages. Reader by reader, page by page, the impact of each book on all of society is a story in and of itself worth telling. Indeed, we become a part of the story by holding the first edition, which may have been held by the author, given to friends and associates, or held by other men and women of influence.

It is our pleasure to make you a part of these stories, by rendering tailored, individualized service to help you achieve your goals. We specialize in working with private collectors with a specific wish list, helping individuals find the ideal gift for special occasions, and partnering with representatives of institutions. We are here to assist you in your pursuit and to be your guide in bringing the library of your imagination to reality.
Bookseller's catalogues:

- Summer 2017 – From Machiavelli to The Maltese Falcon
- Spring 2017 – From Vesalius to Vladimir Nabokov
- Fall 2016 – From Aristotle to A.A. Milne
- Spring 2016 – From Darwin to Dalloway
- Holiday Gift Ideas
- From ‘Leviathan’ to ‘Lord of the Rings’
- From Augustine to Alice in Wonderland
- From Thoreau to ‘Tender is the Night’
- From Homer to 'Huck Finn'
- From Shakespeare to Stuart Little
- From ‘Don Quixote’ to Dickens
- From ‘Great Expectations’ to ‘Goldfinger’

Opening hours:
From Monday to Saturday : From 10:00 am to 06:00 pm
Sales information: We strive to provide you with tailored, individualized service to meet your needs. Whether you are looking for a gift for a special occasion, are a private collector with specific wish lists, or represent an institution, we are here to assist you in your quest. It is our aim to accurately describe each book's condition, and we guarantee every item that we sell. All items can be returned within ten days of receipt for any reason. Libraries and institutions can be billed accordingly.
Association: Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America