Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers, established in Adelaide, Australia, in March 1976, deals in fine and rare books, photographs and manuscripts, and offers a very large stock of quality secondhand and out-of-print books online and at two retail outlets in the heart of the city of Adelaide.
Online Catalogue #6 - Highlights include numerous autograph items: an 1820 autograph letter signed from Alexander von Humboldt; Ben Chifley's Second Ministry (1946-49), with the addition of three former Prime Ministers; and cricket teams galore – England in Australia in 1936-37 (three different examples), 1946-47 and 1950-51; Australia 1952; and various state teams (NSW, Queensland, SA and Victoria) from 1930 to 1953. Other unusual sporting items are Soutar's The Australian Golfer (1906); the autograph and a rare photograph of 'Oppy' while on his 1937 Fremantle-Sydney record-breaking ride ... (read more)
Online Catalogue #5 - Highlights of the current list are signed copies (many of them first editions) of works by J.M. Coetzee, Seamus Heaney, Colin Thiele, Manning Clark (one inscribed to Bob Brown), and David Malouf, among others.
Interesting Australian Aboriginal material includes Baldwin Spencer's Native Tribes of the Northern Territory of Australia (with the very rare dustwrapper), T.G.H. Strehlow's Songs of Central Australia, Charles Mountford's Nomads of the Australian Desert, the Report of the Horn Scientific Expedition ... (read more)
Online Catalogue #4 - Highlights of the current list are a number of rare and collectable single items and sets by Winston Churchill. These include London to Ladysmith (1900), The River War (1902, revised edition), My African Journey (1908), the Official Biography (all 8 volumes, plus 11 of the 13 Companion Volumes, plus the 3-volume Churchill War Papers), and Complete Speeches 1897-1963 (8 volumes) ... (read more)