A great, if somewhat chaotic, place! Mr Schultz has an antiquariat but not like the several others scattered along this street. Nope, his is a place full of books you won't find anywhere else such as goth and photo books and he also has lots of books in English as well as a CD section. There are also weird things here such as bizarre calendars, pins, clocks, Sigmund Freud as action figure and those sort of quirky Christmas presents you might look for to fun friends. One of those places Malmö can still surprise me with.
What to buy: Oscar Wilde :)))
Sure, Akademibokhandeln is not bad (and as its name suggests has most academic literature you might need), but when you're looking for that typical local book shop, Hamrelius is it. Recently in new premises, they have space for a stationery part with a book binding section and nice note books for your trip. This is apart from the usual books in both Swedish and English. Travel guides, art books, fiction...they've got it. Their travel section also includes a bit with maps of Sweden and Europe and they often have paperback sales.