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About us

Zachary Stacy, Bookseller, is run out of a home office in the Oakhurst neighborhood and welcomes visitors by appointment. We primarily sell through occasional e-catalogs and online listings; we also regularly exhibit at book fairs. We are currently a member in good standing of The Texas Booksellers' Association.

We are actively seeking books and ephemera in collectible condition for purchase or consignment. We also provide collection building and deaccession services, including appraisals. Our primary specialities include 19th and 20th century literature from England, France and the United States, film ephemera, photography and books on the arts. We are especially interested in fine press and illustrated books, and we are capable of handling fine books in all fields.

Services

Zachary Stacy, Bookseller, is capable of providing a full range of services. We are available to consult and advise at every stage of the collecting process, from collection development, to maintenance and deaccession, for clients both private and institutional. We draw on ample experience in auction and retail environments and will provide an honest opinion, whatever your needs.

Beyond always looking to acquire individual items or entire libraries, through purchase or consignment, we can also serve as an agent when it comes time to place premium material or disperse certain collections.

Please reach out to inquire about how we can help.

Staff

Zachary Stacy is a book dealer in Fort Worth, TX. He grew up in rural, north-central Texas (an Eighter from Decatur) before attending The University of Texas at Austin, where he eventually graduated with a degree in Government. He started selling on his own in 2019, after gaining more than five years' experience at a leading international auction house. He spent more than three years managing the department, overseeing seven major auctions. In 2013, he attended the Colorado Antiquarian Book Seminar (CABS) on a scholarship from the Antiquarian Bookseller's Association of America (ABAA). His personal interests include the narrative avant garde, literary modernism, Hollywood westerns, early book illustrations, books into film, long-sleeve t-shirts, 35mm repertory film screenings (RIP), prog-punk, commuting by bicycle, Dallas Stars playoff hockey, silent film, Black Mask authors and 1920s dust jackets. 

Erin Hahn started E. Hahn Rare Books in Autumn 2013, after attending the Colorado Antiquarian Book Seminar. Today, she focuses most of her time selling veggie burgers at Zonk Burger and has consigned her remaining stock to ZSB(S). She still remains somewhat active in the trade, mostly as a buyer and scout, in addition to helping with book fairs. She is from the Texas hill country (Tivy Fight Never Dies) and graduated with dual degrees in English and History from The University of Texas. She likes Memphis design, radical personal filmmaking, soixante-huitard sloganeering, vegan baking, Beach Boys deep cuts, Semiotext(e), vulgar realism and sporadic nature walks.

Emma B. sometimes helps with typing and sometimes helps with packing and shipping. She is likely responsible for any stray hairs that accidentally accompany your shipment, and she isn’t sorry about it (but the rest of us are).

Terms

Everything offered is subject to prior sale. Items are returnable in the condition they were received, for any reason, within four weeks of receipt with prior written notice; return shipping will be refunded if the item is misrepresented in the catalog description. Reciprocal courtesies extended to members of the trade. Institutions billed to fit their needs.