Featured Line: Hello!Lucky

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A quirky, cheeky, and bright line of letterpress cards headed up by Eunice and Sabrina in San Francisco, Hello!Lucky boast several designs in our top faves at Copperfield’s. Eunice and Sabrina started out on a hand-cranked press 13 years ago, and today produce a line of cards characterized by humor and wit, with a dash… Read more »

Recommended Rarity: Blickensderfer No.8

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The Blickensderfer Company started in 1892 with hopes of going up against Remington, introducing an innovative “typewheel,” which replaced the typical myriad of hammers for individual letters. Blickensderfers became known for their portability, and were dubbed “The Five-Pound Secretary.” Model No.8 hit the market in 1907, and was Blickensderfer’s most successful typewriter to date. Apparently,… Read more »

Link to the Past: L’Heure Bleu by Guerlain

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L’Heure Bleue, the Blue Hour—that magical time of day when the sun has gone down and the sky takes on a brilliant sapphire hue. Long a treasured inspiration for artists, it is also the inspiration behind the iconic fragrance from Guerlain, first produced in 1912. Our vintage bottle, originally designed by the famous glass artist… Read more »

First Edition of Joyce’s Ulysses

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Background Perhaps the preeminent specimen of modernist literature, James Joyce’s Ulysses is also one of the most iconic and well-known literary works of the twentieth century. Using the structure of Homer’s Odyssey (Ulysses is the Latin form of Odysseus), as well as its character archetypes, Joyce chronicles a day in the life of Leopold Bloom… Read more »