M Richardson Rare Books

Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire,

Contacts: Mark Richardson

M. Richardson Rare Books was formerly known as Mr. Books Bookshop and located on Tonbridge High Street in Kent, England for over 12 years up until July 2017. The shop is still there under new owners so, due to the sale of the bricks and mortar side of the business, it made sense to change our name to reflect this change of direction. (And we had to because the new owner liked the name so much it went with the business sale!) We now trade mainly online and at PBFA fairs up and down the country from our new base in the frozen north of NE Lincolnshire! We also occasionally exhibit at Bloomsbury Book Fairs in London, at the Royal National Hotel. We also have a small selection of fine books for sale at a few select antique centres in Lincolnshire. Whilst we don't specialise in anything in particular we do lean towards certain subjects such as collectable modern fiction and children's books. We also have many fishing books and topographical books & ephemera. But really we just sell rare and fine books on many subjects. The stock is being constantly replenished so it's always worth visiting us at one of the fairs. We travel far and wide to purchase quality collections so please feel free to call us.

Exhibitor's Highlights



Collection of British & Foreign War Medal Ribands which belonged to JFC Fuller


Railway Machinery: A Treatise on the Mechanical Engineering of Railways: Embracing The Principles and Construction of Rolling and Fixed Plant


Julius Caesar Man, Soldier and Tyrant


Towards Armageddon The Defence Problem and its Solution (Signed and dedicated to author's Mother)


The Star in the West


Empire Unity and Defence (Signed and dedicated by the author to his Mother)


War and Western Civilisation (Signed and dedicated by the author to his Mother)


Grant and Lee A Study in Personality and Generalship (Signed and dedicated by the author to his Mother)


The Star in the West A Critical Essay Upon the Works of Aleister Crowley (Signed to the author's mother)


Hand written cards and signed notelets by JFC Fuller