WE BUY BOOKS - ONE BOOK OR A LIBRARY
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The Florida Antiquarian Book Fair is March 13, 14, 15 at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg. Come see us!
Our catalog of African - American books and ephemera is now available. Click on the link at the left side of this page. However, since the catalog was published, we have added many books to the category. You can see the complete African - American inventory by clicking on the category list at the right.
Bob with Clara, the Book Assistant, and James, Book Assistant in Training
Welcome to the home of THE RIDGE BOOKS, located in Calhoun, Georgia and owned by Bob and Lee Linn. Please search or browse our inventory of hard to find, out of print, used and rare books and ephemera. Use our Search feature to check for books that are not listed and we'll try to locate them for you. If your order totals $25 or more, Media Mail shipping is free in the US. Although we do not have an open shop, we are always glad to open the book room for you. Call ahead to make sure we are here, 706-509-8734.
Postal rates continue to rise, but w e will try not to increase rates. Quotes for international shipping are based on using a padded flat
rate Priority envelope. Many books will not fit in one, so please
inquire about shipping cost before ordering. Whenever possible we will
offer a lower 1st class rate for lighter packages to save you a little.
George Aubrey Williams of Marietta was for many years a noted bookseller and
antiques dealer. Over the years he
accumulated and sold several valuable collections. In his retirement, he began acquiring yet
another collection, this time focusing on significant Georgia and other
Southern material, with an emphasis on first editions in excellent condition. The books date from the late 18thcentury to the late 20th century, with the majority from the 19thcentury. About 45% of the books are listed in DeRenne, 40% in Georgiana, and 20% in Howes. The
Ridge Books of Calhoun, Georgia is pleased to offer Mr. Williamsí collection
for sale. It is an outstanding library
of historically important Georgia material to which additional volumes could be
added. The catalog may be seen by opening the link at the left side of this page. For additional information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.