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We’re looking forward to re-opening on Tuesday 13 April

From 3 to 12 April
Open for payment and collections through the door, Tuesday to Saturday
from 10 am to 12 noon.
From Tuesday 13 April
Open Tuesday to Saturday
from 10 am to 5 pm.
Face coverings, four customers at a time.
We can send books by post, usually £3 in the UK.

Redeem your
World Book Day
vouchers any time up to Friday 23 April.
We will honour them.

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Thank you to all our customers, local, national and worldwide, for your loyalty and support over the last year.



Bid for these rare signed books to help our Two Doors Down fundraising

Make your bid by email to info@newhambooks.co.uk – at least for the reserve price.

Do They Know It's Christmas? signed by Peter Blake

Band Aid
Do They Know It’s Christmas?

7 inch vinyl record, cover signed by artist Peter Blake (similar to image here).

Reserve: £100
The Electric State signed by Simon Stålenhag

Simon Stålenhag
The Electric State

First edition, signed by the author.

Reserve: £25
When Ziggy Played the Marquee

Terry O’Neill
When Ziggy Played the Marquee

David Bowie’s last performance as Ziggy Stardust, at the Marquee club in Soho. Mint condition, not signed.

Reserve: £30
Charming Baker, Lie Down I Think I Love layout

Charming Baker
Lie Down I Think I love You

Exhibition catalogue, published 2013, signed by the artist Charming Baker.

Reserve: £75

With Gilbert & George in Moscow

Dan Farson
With Gilbert & George in Moscow

First edition, signed by artists Gilbert and George.

Reserve: £50
Tales from Watership Down

Richard Adams
Tales from Watership Down

Hardback, 2015 edition, signed by the late Richard Adams.

Reserve: £20
Tales from Watership Down

Alistair Lawrence
Abbey Road

The Best Studio in the World. First edition, 2012, hardback. Foreword by Sir George Martin. Perfect condition, not signed.

Reserve: £30
The White Album

Brian Southall
The White Album

The Album, the Beatles and the World in 1968. Published October 2018, hardback. Signed by the author Brian Southall.

Reserve: £20