November 2021
We hope everyone has a happy & safe Thanksgiving this month! We will be CLOSED Thursday, Nov. 25 and resume our regular hours on Friday, Nov. 26.
The Art of Romare Bearden $30
First Printing, Paperback Ed.
Edward Gorey's Amphigorey Also $30
First Edition, 1983
Works of Jane Austen $500
6 Volumes, Illustrated
National Library Edition
The Portfolio of Underground Art $1,200
Limited Numbered Edition with 13 prints each signed by the artist - including prints by Rick Griffin and R. Crumb!
Two Botanical Prints $45 each
Copper Engravings circa 1791
Gratitude is a quality similar to electricity; it must be produced and discharged and used up in order to exist at all.
-William Faulkner

After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one's own relations.
-Oscar Wilde

I think I’ve discovered the secret of life – you just hang around until you get used to it.
- Charlie Brown, 'The Peanuts'
This month we are most interested in the following categories for
trade credit /purchase:

-Mythology & Folklore
-Horror & Fantasy
-Art & Fashion Books
-Radical Lit
-African American History

Have something different you'd like to trade in or sell? Please give us a call and we can let you know if we are interested. 770-457-2919.

Mon - Sat: 10AM - 6PM
Sunday: 12PM - 5PM
We've scoured the shelves from here to Maryland to bring you great reads and giftable treasures! Stay tuned for a holiday gift list release!
A few vintage copies of Alice in Wonderland we brought back, prices range from $15-75 each.
Aldous Huxley hardcovers! Many first or early editions, prices range from $15-35 each.
We almost had to draw straws to see who would ride home
on the roof!
2022 Slingshot Organizers are in! $8 pocket, $15 spiral
Have you ever snapped a photo of one of our cats? Email us or tag us @atlantavintagebooks and we might use it in the next newsletter!
Meet Woodrow "Woody" Wilson! The most recent arrival in our outdoor brood.
Tiger is dramatically unsure about this new youngster.
All hail Mickey and that
glorious tail!
In Literary News...
We met with Chuck, the owner of Wonder Book, during our travels.
He was kind enough to spend his Wednesday morning giving us a tour of his 5 million book warehouse and then brought us over to his Frederick's store.

He writes a weekly book blog and we made it in last weeks!

Looking for a light read? This is not the book for you! Measuring in at approximately 6 x 8 feet when open, the Klencke Atlas is one hefty tome! The atlas was gifted to King
George II by Dutch sugar merchant Johannes Klencke, who received a knighthood for his his troubles. It contains 41 copperplate maps.

The atlas has recently been digitized, and you can read about this undertaking in the
article below.
Trivia Question

Answer the following trivia question correctly and we'll enter you in a drawing for a $10 gift certificate!

Can you name the cartoonist behind the Peanuts series featuring Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the gang?

*Email your answer to with "Trivia" in the Subject field.