In Dublin De Burca Rare Books has produced their latest catalogue of more than 700 items. The company has evolved into one of the finest and most respected antiquarian book firms in existence today. Distinguished by its extraordinary inventory, meticulous research and exceptional customer service. De Burca has worked with both individual and corporate collectors to build some of the most extensive and impressive rare book collections in America today.
“Like Wine, books improve with age”. De Burca Rare Books in Blackrock, County Dublin has a host of manuscripts, historical documents and autograph letters available for sale. De Burca’s collections are always a wide-cast net for collectors and prices are good too. Amongst the latest is an autograph letter from Robert Boyle, Earl of Burlington, in 1730 relating to his affairs in Ireland.
Rare irish book dealer De Burca’s milestone 100th catalogue, is of great interest to collectors, readers and investors alike. Nothing beats the pleasure of a beautiful bound, illustrated and produced book. The company specialises in books of irish interest. From very early 16th century printings Irish bibliography’s to modern first editions. A selection of the 20,000 volumes are available to view by appointment at their Blackrock location. The new catalogue, the companies 100th, is a great read and offers a fascinating range of over 500 titles covering all aspects of irish life – including, history, politics, travel, industry and religion, as well as a selection of memorabilia and photographs.
De Burca Rare Books are soon to publish The Great Book of Irish Genealogies. Written in the 17th century in irish by Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh, it is translated and edited by Nollaig O Muraile. Says De Burca; “It’ll be the major publication event of the early part of the 21st century. There’s no doubt about it, it could be up there with The Annals of the Four Masters”.
De Búrca Rare Book’s were present at Aras An Uachtarain to present a copy of Patrick Melvin’s book Estates and Landed Society in Galway to President Michael D. Higgins.