About Kuenzig Books

Kuenzig Books has specialized since 1996 in antiquarian STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), early computer material and other innovations which affect our lives.    We deal in scientific instruments and a broad range of documentary photography and ephemera.  Our website can optionally notify customers of new arrivals by topic.  Occasional catalogs, trade shows exhibits, and sale lists emailed upon request.  You'll discover some depth in Physics, Mathematics, Nobel Prize authors, Medicine, Scientific Instruments, and Chemistry.

Our History

Kuenzig Books was founded in 1996 by John F. Kuenzig who earned his Computer Science and Electrical Engineering degree from MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Mr. Kuenzig has a patent in speech recognition and was co-founder with Steve Gladstone of Hammer Technology (which built test equipment for the telecommunications industry). John enjoys hiking, tinkering with well made mechanical devices, and science fiction movies.

Our Services

While we do not have an open shop, visitors are welcome by appointment. We are located 40 minutes north of Boston. We exhibit at Northeast book fairs including the Boston ABAA fair.  We strive to bring some of our newest acquisitions to bookfairs, and typically place them first on our website for existing customers to review.

We have worked with multiple institutions and major private collectors. We can assist with buying, searches, downsizing and collection development. 

We're now mobile responsive.  And now you can sign up for topic notifications to hear monthly about new arrivals in your interest area(s).  Join our separate e-list to hear about sales, trade show announcements, and new catalogs.  We appreciate your past (and future) business!

Professional Memberships

Kuenzig Books has been a member of The Antiquarian Bookseller's Association of America (ABAA) since 2008, the Southern New England Antiquarian Booksellers (SNEAB), IOBA, and other professional trade organizations.

Kuenzig Books in the News

Amid Artic Blast Paper Hounds Search for Ephemeral Treasures [Jan 2018]

Ephemera/37: Impressive Showcase For The World Of Paper [Mar 2017]

Papermania Plus Winter Edition [Jan 2017]