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A banquet of books

by National Library of Australia

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A Banquet of Books serves up a feast for all tastes. Here's the s??llest book in the world' and the first edition of Samuel Johnson's dictionary. Here, too, are some of the first accounts published about the proposed colony of Australia, plus some of the earliest publications in our history, along with beautiful bindings, recent limited edition printings, and a selection of stunning books with breathtaking illustrations. Sample the breadth and range of the National Library's collections through the beautifully illustrated and informative gift books of the Collection Highlights series.Books.Australia.… (more)

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