curio

noun [ C ]

/ˈkjʊər·iˌoʊ/

plural curios

a small and unusual object considered to be of special interest or value, often something that people collect 

The James Street Bookseller is home to a wide variety of books, curios, vintage technology and local artwork. Come in and browse our ever-growing selection of new and vintage fountain pens. Ask about the book exchange and our gorgeous rental space while you’re here.

We are located at 134 James St. South, between Hunter and Bold St., right next door to the Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts. Street parking is available on both James and Bold as well as behind the store on MacNab St. South. We can be reached at 905.296.1251 or info@jamesstreetbooks.ca. You can also send us a short note on the contact us page in the menu.

**Please note, as the city of Hamilton is currently in lockdown we are only offering curb side pick up by appointment or free local delivery on orders over $25. Private shopping appointments are not permitted at this time.**

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