See You In Cecil Court - 20th June 2004

Convened 12noon at the Charing Cross Road entrance.
Adjourned 6pm at the St. Martins Lane entrance.

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The Anti-Antiquarian Bookseller

The Anti-Antiquarian Bookseller on the move

Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly chose a book produced by performance artist and ordained minister, the Reverend Ethan Acres of Texas, USA.

He obtained a falafel signed by the proprietor of Gaby's Deli. A famous take-away on Charing Cross Road frequented by many at Cecil Court.

The Falafel installed in the stand.

Alistair Scott chose 'Looking Backwards' by John Bellamy (1896).

He exchanged a still valid membership card to
the Royal Horticultural Society.

The Card allowed entrance to Kew Gardens amongst other horticultural wonders.

Jack Condon chose 'Football Factory' by Jonathan King.
It was the time of the European Football Championship
and this tale of Football Hooliganism seemed ideal.

He had to find some England memorabilia and ask the waiter/waitress
at the Cafe Uno on the corner to sign them.
Although he may have signed them himself.

Images with thanks to Mark Chivers.


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