Old Saratoga Books is a used and rare bookshop owned by Dan and Rachel Jagareski in the historic Hudson River village of Schuylerville, New York. You can visit our shop in person from Wednesdays through Sundays from noon to 5 pm and any time here at our website.If you need an alternate browsing time, call us at (518) 695-5607 or send an email to oldsaratogabooks AT gmail (dot) com.
Our brick-walled book shop is located in the Bullard Building, an 1870s commercial storefront, and features a wide-ranging selection of used, rare and out-of-print titles with an eye for the unusual and interesting. We have 60,000 books in over 90 categories.
Old Saratoga Booksellers, Dan and Rachel JagareskiWe are particularly strong in the American colonial and Revolutionary War sections, and feature many vintage paperbacks, children's literature, jazz and other music books, handicrafts titles, loads of art books, history of all kinds, and classic novels. Only a small percentage of our titles are listed on-line, so feel free to call regarding any out-of-print books and we will be happy to search our shelves.
There is a 2014 guide available for book hunters detailing used and rare bookstores in Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties.You can download a copy of the brochure at this link here.
Love biblionovels - those novels featuring literary themes, bookish heroes and heroines and settings? Then check out Rachel's long list of biblionovel summaries at the Biblionovels List link in the left hand column.
And for a rundown on Rachel's recent sojourn at the 2014 Colorado Antiquarian Book Seminar, the Book Trout blog has all the details here.
A look at the First Brooklyn Antiques and Book Fair found here.
European Architecture in India, 1750-1850
Alice in Wonderland
Carroll, Lewis; Fleming, Dorothy (editor)
The Economic Aspects of the Film Industry in India
Jain, Rikhab Dass
The Provocateur: How a New Generation of Leaders Are Building Communities, Not Just Companies
"Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly": A Report on the Collapse of Hitler's "Thousand Years"
Offord, Lenore Glen