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have you tried

Teddy - I browsed through their Russian section just today and didn´t see it. Maybe I overlooked it?

Just e-mail them. Then you know for sure. Not every book which is in stock is mentioned on their website.

I thought the last time I was at van Hoogstraten, they still had a copy.

Forum Announcements / Re: Forum Members Not Heard From in a Long While
« on: September 25, 2016, 05:45:23 AM »
I have spend days and days, scrolling the AP Forum. It was a fascinating time, until about October 2009. I think I was and early Facebook addicted :D and soon other members of the Forum appeared there as well. So I had not so much reason anymore to post (I wasn't really a regular poster back then) and found it also more interesting to see those, which I had communicated with, how they looked like.

Sometimes I return overhere and scroll and scroll. It gives me a strange feeling, because this community almost died out.

Books about the Romanovs and Imperial Russia / Re: Duplicate Books
« on: July 09, 2014, 08:52:21 AM »
Who has a copy (for free) of:

The last Tsar, by Radzinsky?

Its for a good goal.

I can highly recommend this German book.

Actually its a photo/coffee table book about Prince Regent Luitpold of Bavaria. Although the text is in German, even English readers can buy this book. The book contains mainly pictures and below the pictures, tell us who is in the picture.

Dear members, the prices of this book (Russia and Europe) at Van Hoogstraten is E 40,00. That is wonderfull news.

Forum Announcements / Re: New moderators
« on: February 01, 2013, 03:50:21 PM »
Hic finis fandi

Forum Announcements / Re: New moderators
« on: February 01, 2013, 03:03:41 AM »

Please remember this when you criticize some Mods for no longer being here.

I want to thank you for your first reaction about a post written by me, 6 months ago.

Arturo, what do you think are the less popular houses? And why do you think that those houses are not that popular?
I'm also interested about the opinions from others about the above question.

I also hope that one day a serie of books will appear about the lesser know Royals. I think about somekind of Rosvall book with short biographies about Royals about we don't know  less or nothing. I don't share for example not the opinion of edubs31 that we know far to much about the Prussians. An example, what do we know about the daughter-in-law of The Kaiser?
And what do we know about the Badens? Wieds, Ysenburgs, Nassau-Weilburgs, Nassau-Dessaus, the Bulgarians, Saxe-Altenburgs?

Books about the Romanovs and Imperial Russia / Re: In the Marble Palace
« on: November 18, 2012, 03:09:56 PM »
I personally really loved it. It had some details about his sisters wedding for example.

Christmas Season is coming. A time to buy for yourself or a friend a nice book at Van Hoogstraten everything is possible:

The Correspondence of the Empress Alexandra of Russia with Ernst Ludwig and Eleonore, Grand Duke and Duchess of Hesse. 1878-1916, by Petra H. Kleinpenning

Former people; last days of Russian aristocracy, by Douglas Smith

The Prisoner of Durazzo, by R.A. Lanier

Definitely Royal... more or less, by Robert Golden

Hvidøre, a Royal Retreat by Corynne Hall

The Gotha volume 1, by A. Beeche

The Grand Dukes I, by A. Beeche

The Other Grand Dukes, by A. Beeche

Royal Gatherings, by A. Beeche and I. Miller

Royal Russia, Annual 2011 no1

Royal Russia, Annual no2

The Diaries of Nicholas II 1917-1918

Ladies of the Russian Court, by Muriel Buchanan

Daughter of Empire: Life A Mountbatten, by Pamela Hicks

The Palace and the Bunker, by Frank Millard

A Romanov Diary

Dear Ellen, by A. Beeche

Gilded Prism, by Greg King

Olga, Grand Duchess: 25 chapters of my life, by Woolmans and Kulikovsky

The Four Graces, Queen Victoria's Hessian Granddaughters, by Ilana D. Miller

The Last Princess, by Matthew Dennison

Hounour & Fidelity; Russian dukes of Leuchtenb, by Zoia Belyakova

Last Days at Tsarskoeselo, by Paul Benckendorff

Romanovs Revisited, by David William Cripps

Romanov Relations volume 1, by Paul Gilbert

The Grand Dukes of Oldenburg, by David McIntosh

Tomorrow, more books which you can buy at Van Hoogstraten

I have found a cheap copy of Nicholas and Alexandra, The Family Albums by Prince Michael of Greece. Just E 50,00. For the one interested, can contact me.

What a nice photo! Where did you got this one?

Books about the Romanovs and Imperial Russia / Re: Duplicate Books
« on: September 08, 2012, 11:37:43 AM »
Van Hoogstraten, sell copies for sometimes less then 25 dollars.

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