Specializing in rare and valuable Antiquarian
theological books and Bibles

Located in suburban Philadelphia since 1978.

The books featured on this website represent only a fraction of our large stock.  If you do not see the book you are searching for on the website, please contact us and we will happily attempt to fill your request.

We have a large selection of Bibles, including 16th to 17th century translations by Tyndale, Coverdale, and Matthews; the Great Bible, Geneva, Bishops', Douay/Rheims & King James versions; as well as Bibles in Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and various modern languages.

Our stock includes a wide range of theological works, emphasizing books printed before 1700 (both English and Continental). We deal more broadly in Reformed, Puritan, and Presbyterian books. We also have an interesting variety of 19th century theological works and stock a selection of modern scholarly books as well.

Displayed and tucked away in our home are various portraits, tokens, autograph materials, busts, and other memorabilia related to historic religious events and figures. Please visit our miscellanea page for items related to Charles H. Spurgeon, John Wesley, Presbyterian history, communion tokens, and other ephemera.

We periodically post new lists in each of these general areas. If you would like to be notified when a particular list is posted, please email the webmaster. As much of our business is conducted through personal requests and quotations based on individual interests, we encourage you to contact us with your specific requests.

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Past Featured Items:

Portrait of Martin Luther

Martin Luther's Works
Complete in 12 Volumes 1553-1559 German Edition

Luther's Opera Omnia
7 Volume Complete Works in Latin 1545-1580

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Word Biblical Commentaries (1/31/18)


General Theology List: Commentaries (12/1/17)


Bible List: American Bible Union List (11/23/17)

Featured Item: Great Bible (11/1/17)

General Theology Short List #3 (11/1/17)


General Theology Short List #2 (9/20/17)


A Scottish Covenanter Field Communion: 19th Century Oil on Canvas


General Theology List #2
Primarily a list of Puritan Reprints and Puritan Interest


Thanks to those who came to see our exhibit at The Gospel Coalition conference in Indianapolis! You can find our email sign-up on our contact page or be in touch through email or by phone for any inquiries.

Antiquarian Theology Short List #3 posted now; Quartos and smaller.

Antiquarian Theology Short List #2 posted now; Folios.

December 4th:

Several new Bibles added to the Fine Bindings list; also a limited picture version of the list now posted.

November 18: Several new lists!

1841 English Hexapla

Bibles in Fine Bindings: Bible Short List #2

Incunable Latin Bibles: Bible Short List #3

Early American Bibles: Bible List 8


April 14:

Framed Bible Leaves: Bible Short List #1


March 21:

General Theology Catalogue List #1


January 27th:

Antiquarian Theology, Short List #1


January 25th:

General Theology, Short List #1



Bible List 7: Geneva Bibles



Antiquarian Theology list #7: John Foxe, Actes and Monuments


The Gallery, a visual list of portraits, prints, busts, and ephemera.



Antiquarian List 6 now posted; books By and About Richard Baxter


Several "New" Bibles added to Bible List #3.


Note from the Webmaster:
If you are interested in reading various excerpts from our stock of Puritan and Reformed theology, please visit my new site, http://antiquarianbookworm.blogspot.com.
My hope is to share some of the wealth of practical teaching on Christian life and doctrine as found in my father's stock and library, focusing on books which have never been reprinted.   


Theology List #5:
pre-1700 English Puritan and Reformed works in English (with a few English Puritan works in Latin)

posted December:

Bibles in Latin

posted August:

17th Century Oil Painting of Archbishop Tillotson

posted November:

List of Bibles in Fine Bindings

Early printed Bibles in fine bindings, suitable for gifts or as a choice showpiece in a Bible collection. Such Bibles were bound specially for those who could afford the considerable extra cost a fancy binding required and even when new such Bibles were a tiny fraction of the total printed. Some have other expensive, fancy touches: red ruling throughout or the addition of a set of copperplate illustrations.  Few have survived in even half decent condition over centuries of use and those which have are rightly treasured by those blessed enough to own them.