Links to Great Things:

Being a little shy, I haven't accumulated too many links to other websites as yet. Please contact me if you would be interested in appearing on my pages. I would love to hear from you.

FOR BOOKS:
Augustine Funnell Books http://www.gusbooks.com
A wide assortment of collectible hardcover and paperback books and magazines—everything from antiquarian books, to science fiction, mysteries, horror, non-fiction, biographies and much more. One of my favorite booksellers.

Classic Crime Fiction http://www.classiccrimefiction.com/
The ultimate resource site for collectors and readers of crime, mystery, and detective fiction. Pages devoted to authors and dust jacket artists with pictorial examples. Bibliographies, histories, articles, and more.

Lady Bluestocking's Store https://www.ebluejay.com/store/ladybluestocking
Visit my Blujay Store, “Lady Bluestocking's Books” for opportunities to buy unique and rare vintage books and bookmarks like those you see on my web pages. You will find beautifully illustrated Victorian and children's books, books in their original dust jackets, as well as books which have been paired with my facsimiles.

FOR DUST JACKETS:
Facsimiledustjackets.com http://www.facsimiledustjackets.com
It is Mark's goal to catalog as many classic dust jackets as possible. (I would call it his passion in fact.) He has over 3,500 facsimile dust jackets offered on his site at present--2,400 have thumbnail pictures. The number of dust jackets available for restoring will soon be boosted to over 18,000. Mark is an exceptionally hard worker (as you might guess) and his facsimiles are of excellent quality--both in craftsmanship and materials. His site is a great place to browse and search. You'll find your favorite authors and titles there—among them P. G. Wodehouse, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and Agatha Christie, to name a few. You'll also find many rare dust jackets—which most of us would never get a chance to see if it weren't for his efforts.

Newport Vintage Books http://newportvintagebooks.com/
I first "met" Frank Krieger of Newport Vintage Books through buying one of his great photoplay facsimile dust jackets from his S. S. Van Dine mystery series. I soon learned that we had a lot more in common than just an interest in vintage mysteries and dust jackets. Besides being a big mystery buff and a facsimile dust jacket craftsman, Frank has an interest in classic movies and radio shows. His multi-faceted website reflects all of these interests and more. In his web store you will find Vintage Books, Dustjackets, Old Time Radio Shows, even Old Movies, . . . in many different categories. He also specializes in children's series books and jackets.

FOR ILLUSTRATED BIOGRAPHIES AND PRINTS
of Classic Artists & Illustrators from around the world, visit:
Jim Vadeboncoeur's BPIB Illustrators Page http://www.bpib.com/illustra.htm
and JVJ Publishing http://www.jvjpubs.com
Jim's Illustrator Page lists about 100 of the most famous illustrators of the last 125 years with biographies and pictorial examples. His magazine “ImageS,” is devoted to re-presenting classic illustration art from the turn of the 20th century. He has also co-authored an in-depth look at the early career of artist Everett Raymond Kinstler.


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