Sorry for the off topic post, but this is something I just had to share with you guys. It's very, very important to me.
I'm going here today. It's 7:30 in the morning and I'm so excited about going that I can barely eat my breakfast.
An excerpt from their website:
Bauman Rare Books Las Vegas opened its doors in the Shoppes at the Palazzo in February 2008. Our newest location is very similar to our Madison Avenue gallery in design, inventory and exceptional customer service, but provides the additional feature of being open over twelve hours a day seven days a week.
The 2300-square-foot gallery houses many desirable volumes, including a 1687 edition of Chaucer's Works, a first edition of James Joyce's Ulysses, a first edition of A Farewell to Arms signed by Hemingway, an exceptional first edition of Twain's classic Huck Finn, and a scarce first edition of Beethoven's magical Fifth Symphony. In addition to books, the Las Vegas gallery also offers unique documents, such as a lengthy autograph letter signed by President Lincoln and a military document signed by Napoleon as emperor.
At this moment I can not even imagine standing in front of such nearly indescribable greatness. Today is going to be fantastic. I hope yours is, too.