Crawford Doyle

Booksellers

Surprising Books from Crawford Doyle

Here are 13 rare books which defy easy classification in the world of collecting. But they are interesting and might surprise you.  Who knows? Take a look and call us (at 212 289 2345) or send us an Email (to cdrarebooks@gmail.com). Out

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Crawford Doyle Booksellers – Catalog Three

Our offerings focus on interesting American and British first editions from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, mostly fiction but some history, travel, and art when we run across a compelling book. Interested in finding an unusual first edition as a

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Crawford Doyle Booksellers – Catalog Two

Our offerings focus on interesting American and British first editions from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, mostly fiction but some history, travel, and art when we run across a compelling book. Below you will find a small selection of highlights.

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Crawford Doyle Booksellers – Catalog One

Our offerings focus on interesting American and British first editions from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, mostly fiction but some history, travel, and art when we run across a compelling book. Below you will find a small selection of highlights.

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Books of special interest in the current Crawford Doyle Booksellers Inventory are shown below. For further information about any of these,   call 212 289 2345 or send an email to CDRarebooks@gmail.com.

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"A wonderful establishment, with a splendid staff. This place helps redeem the Upper East Side of New York. Every reader in the area should make it a home away from home."

–Stephen Koch, Author and Former Chairman of the MFA Graduate Writing Program at Columbia

"A veritable book lover’s paradise"

– New York Social Diary

“Crawford Doyle is that rarity: a gorgeous store with the nuanced selection and incredible staff to back it up. They set a new benchmark for what a bookstore can be and do.”

– Dustin Kurtz, Marketing Manager at Melville House