Housing an exquisite collection of first-edition titles in pristine condition, this antiquarian book store carries such classics as Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat, Truman Capote's Breakfast at Tiffany's, and A Farewell to Arms, inscribed by Hemingway himself. A large-folio 1679 edition of the King James Bible contains meticulous engraved-plate illustrations, as does Ellen Willmott's rare first-edition printing of The Genus Rosa, with its full-page
color pages of roses. Historical documents showcase the original signatures of Jung, Edison, and presidents Lincoln and FDR, among other notables. Special binding services are also offered. You may have seen this bookshop on the History Channel's Pawn Stars.