Shopping >Wessel & Lieberman Booksellers
Books better than new.. Whenever I am in Seattle (far from where I live) I visit this shop. If you go to a bookstore, even a good one like Eliot's, further down 1st Ave, your choices are limited to the current crop of books, most of which are not good enough to survive the decade. Wessel & Lieberman has the books good enough to survive the decades, of all kinds. Collectibles, but not just that.
Peruse pages printed before the constitution was drafted..
This antiquarian bookseller buys and sells out-of-print and hard-to-find books. The store is clean, cool and well organized, and the owners are willing to help find books. Prepare to browse for longer than you expected; read a 19th century letter or look at the first edition set of medical dictionaries from 1743. Prices start at $5 for newer tomes, but collector items can run quite a bit steeper than that.
Upscale yet unpretentious. This is the best specialty bookstore in the area. The books are nicely kept and though definitely a specialist's store, the staff and owner's are unpretentious.
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