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Muir Books - [Robert Muir Old and Rare Books]

Located in an old "stable" in Northbridge near the Perth Cultural Centre, Muir Books specialises in our of print, rare, and fine books. We also provide bookbinding, restoration & valuation services.

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday
  • Shopping:Giftware,Bookshops,Antique Galleries

Description

Muir Books (Robert Muir Old & Rare Books) was established by Robert & Helen in 1973. The business has been owned and operated for the past 29 years by Janet Muir & Rob Muir - Janet left a career in stock broking in 1987 and joined the family business. Tara Surry. has been the manager since 2008.  The bookshop is now located in new premises, a beautifully restored horse stable situated at 17 Lindsay Street, Perth  

We are open:
Monday to Friday: 10.30am to 6 pm : Saturdays: 11 am to 3 pm.
Other times by appointment.

Phone +(618) 9228 2111,  write or email us [email protected] for any item, no matter how obscure and we will find it for you.

We Buy and Sell, we handle collections, buy out-right and also sell on commission. Apart from books, we deal in paintings, engravings, maps, postcards, old photographs,  rchival material and ephemera.

FREE SEARCH SERVICE
We welcome requests to locate any books that out of print or hard to find. We search in Australia and world-wide. We will notify you of availability and price including postage before ordering the book.

VALUATIONS
Government Approved Valuers
Janet Muir is an approved Australian Commonwealth Government Valuer for the Cultural Gifts and Cultural Bequests Programs.

General Valuations
We also value Books, Manuscripts, Photographs, Postcards, Ephemera, Australian Paintings, Drawings, Prints and Maps for the purpose of disposal, insurance, probate or family division. Sighting of the items is essential.

CATALOGUES
We publish occasional catalogues on various subjects, which are available by post or email.

We Wish to Purchase
Libraries, Collections of rare historical or collectable material of any description or size. Anything items written or illustrated such as business papers, brochures, documents, trade catalogues, postal or greeting cards. We are also interested in modern books: fiction, non-fiction, or technical. If you have a large number of books or items, we are happy to call at your convenience.  

On site parking, wheel chair access and client amenities are available.

 

Table Culture

Described by Gourmet Traveller as 'home to one of Perth's finest tableware inventories', Table Culture in Subiaco is the destination for European brands and local artisans for your tabletop and home.

Details

  • Shopping:Giftware,Homewares
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

You will find a beautiful selection of dinner settings, cutlery, glassware, barware and decorator items from some of the world's most iconic Brands. Blending different styles such as Scandanavian with classic pieces is a speciality. Table Culture is also proud to champion the work of local and national artisans.

 

Urban Revolution

Eco and Garden store with products to help people live an eco-friendly lifestyle!

Details

  • Shopping:Giftware,Hobby,Homewares,Markets
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

Our Victoria Park store in Perth hosts a huge range of reusable zero-waste home products, composting solutions, gardening tools, and organic heirloom seeds. Almost all our products are available Australia-wide via our online store.

Our passion for growing food, composting and living consciously formed the foundations of the Eco and Garden store we are today. All our products have been thoroughly researched to ensure they are the most sustainable, ethical, quality and locally-sourced products on the market - all with the aim of providing easy solutions for a thriving garden, wasteless kitchen and greener lifestyle.

We believe that nourishing the soil, growing food, composting, re-using and choosing better materials for everyday products is what we can do individually to have a positive global impact and change our environmental legacy.

Local economy is very important to us and we support many local manufacturers and artisans. Some of our WA products are soil inputs, laundry and personal products, cards, re-usable straws and cleaning cloths. Vic Park products include bulk tea, reclaimed material products such as bags, cleaning cloths and unpaper towels, shampoo bars, gardening products, beesways wraps and honey from Vic Park hives. 

We have a comprehensive range of heirloom and open-pollinated flower, herb and veggie seeds, biodegradable crokcery, containers and coffee cups, low impact laundry products, specialised food growing tools, veggie growing pots, kitchen waste and pet poo composting products.

 

 

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