George Bayntun


Contact person: E.W.G. Bayntun-Coward
Contact other person: Jeremy Peters
Address: Manvers Street
Bath
BA1 1JW
UNITED KINGDOM
See map
Phone: +44 (0)1225 466000
Fax: +44 (0)1225 482122
Email:
Website: www.georgebayntun.com
Description of shop:

George Bayntun is one of the world’s most famous bookshops and home to the Bayntun-Riviere bindery, which dates back to 1829. The bookshop specialises in fine bindings, both old and new, first and illustrated editions, with an emphasis on English literature, and familiar and unusual books, all in the best possible condition.

Specialties: - Bindings
- Illustrated books
- Literature
Other specialties: Fine bindings - English literature 16th-20th century
Bookseller's catalogues:

- Too Good To Bind
- Provincial (Plus Provenance)
- Fencing, Duelling & Self-Defence
- A Christmas Gathering
- Quite a Traditional Catalogue - From Ainsworth to Whitman
- 16 Modern British Bindings
- 40 New Old Books & Things
- Twenty 20th Century Poets
- 15 Reliures
- A Final 15 For 2015
- A Christmas Selection from George Bayntun
- 17 Frabjous Snippets from Wonderland
- 50 Books and Single Sheets
- 12 Modern British Bindings
- The Works
- 45 Books, Many In Fine Bindings, Some With Fancy Doublures, Others Quite Plain But Notable For Their Contents And Connections
- Christmas 2014
- 25 Newly Catalogued Items of Interest, Instruction and Ingenuity
- 35 More Books, Plates, Maps, Etchings, Watercolours & Drawings
- Diverse, Distinguished, Divine, Didactic, Discursive, Diminutive and Dirty Books
- Special, Superior & Super-Extra
- Bound by Bayntun-Riviere
- Provenance
- Fine, Fancy and Frivolous

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday : From 09:00 am to 01:00 pm and from 02:00 pm to 05:30 pm
Saturday : By appointment only
Sales information: Postage and packing charged at cost. Returns accepted within fourteen days.
VAT number:GB 137 5073 71
Association: Antiquarian Booksellers' Association
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