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m.perrino
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J.B.Muns

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The 'dream book' came yesterday. Twice yearly, for the last 30+ years I receive the FLW Catalogue from J.B.Muns Bookseller/ Berkeley, CA. - the catalogue is only a small sample of their offering. I have been purchasing from them for decades and find their descriptions and service to be of the highest level. Fair pricing, as well. Should anyone new to Wright Chat be looking for a particular gift, I give J B Muns the highest recommendation.

Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

I second that. I have bought many books from Joyce over the years, and recommend her highly. I noticed in the most recent catalogue that there are 5 issues of Thomas Heinz's Newsletter ($50/ea), which one does not see for sale often. For anyone who is really flush and an avid collector, there is an original Wendingen in excellent shape for $1,500, and a 1932 edition of "An Autobiography" with a FLW inscription to Maginel: "To beloved Schwester. one of the [not decipherable], Frank" for $7,500.

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