Joseph Sabin

Joseph Sabin (1821-1881) was a Braunston, England-born bibliographer and bookseller in Oxford, Philadelphia, and New York City. He compiled the "stupendous" multivolume ''Dictionary of Books Relating to America'', considered a "bibliophilic monument;" and published the ''American Bibliopolist'', a trade magazine. His sons Robert T. Sabin and William W. Sabin also worked in the bookselling business.

At the sale of the library of Edward Francis Rimbault in 1877, Sabin served as an agent for Joseph W. Drexel. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1869
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Published 1870
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Published 1877
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Published 1881
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