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2015 Bookseller Resource Guide
  • Beyond the Basics

    Collecting Old Books on a Budget

    Priced out of the seventeenth or eighteenth centuries? Alternatives exist for frugal book collectors.

  • Fine Books Blog

    The First Book of the Authors Club

    The Authors Club, an association for literary-minded gentlemen, was formed in New York City in 1882. In an effort to raise funds for a permanent clubhouse, its members published Liber Scriptorum, a collection of original work, in 1893.

  • In the News

    Book Signed by Martin Luther King, Jr. Shatters Auction Estimate

    A hardcover first edition of Stride Toward Freedom which its author, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., signed and personally inscribed to Chief Justice Earl Warren, sold for $49,335 on July 14. The book was the centerpiece of the political memorabilia

  • Fine Books Blog

    New Seuss Story Discovered After Being Locked in a Box

    Sometimes great discoveries are right under our noses. Ted Geisel (Dr. Seuss to millions of children) died in 1991, and soon after, Audrey, his widow, found a box of unpublished manuscripts and illustrations in his office during a home renovation.

Heritage Auctions Launches New European Office in the Netherlands

DALLAS - Heritage Auctions has announced that it has joined forces with the Dutch... read more

"Grand Illusions: Staged Photography from the Met Collection" Opens August 10

Photographers, like ventriloquists, can cast "voices" in a seemingly infinite number of genres and... read more

Lewis Carroll Photograph of Alice Liddell Among the National Gallery of Art’s New Acqusitions

Washington, DC—A rare early portrait by Mary Cassatt (1844-1926), a self-portrait by Jan Miense... read more

The Morgan Presents the First Exhibition of Martin Puryear’s Drawings

New York, NY—One of the most important contemporary American artists, Martin Puryear (b. 1941)... read more

MoMA Announces Exhibit of Degas’ Monotypes

NEW YORK, July 30, 2015—The Museum of Modern Art announces Edgar Degas: A Strange... read more

Heritage Auctions Renovates HA.com to Industry Acclaim

DALLAS—Collectors have access to top-shelf service across any mobile device now that Heritage Auctions,... read more

Minnesota Center for Book Arts Announces Winner of the MCBA Prize 2015

As part of our 30th Anniversary celebration, Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) is... read more

Collectors’ Forum at Old Sturbridge Village

STURBRIDGE, Massachusetts—Collectors of all types—young and old to experienced and amateur—have undeniably shaped... read more

Gently Mad Blog

Miniature Books Conclave

The Miniature Book Society, a small (pun intended) faction of collectors within the larger... read more

Original Art for Limited Editions Club Thackeray

Coming to auction this week at PBA Galleries is a collection of original art... read more

Yale's Beinecke Library Digitizing "Sesame Street" Videocassettes

Dedicated to rare books and manuscripts, Yale University's Beinecke Library also houses a massive... read more

The British Library to Digitize Hebrew Manuscripts

Over 2,000 Hebrew manuscripts held at The British Library will be digitized and made... read more

Hoover Presidency Autograph Book

Who keeps a good autograph book these days? For decades, these handy blank books... read more

The First Book of the Authors Club

The Authors Club, an association for literary-minded gentlemen, was formed in New York City... read more

Rizzoli Reopens

Bibliophiles rejoice! Rizzoli, a New York City landmark among book lovers, has opened today... read more

New Seuss Story Discovered After Being Locked in a Box

Sometimes great discoveries are right under our noses. Ted Geisel (Dr. Seuss to millions... read more

The Library of Robert Easton

On Saturday, the first part of the library of collector Robert Easton heads to... read more

News Stories

Heritage Auctions Launches New European Office in the Netherlands

DALLAS - Heritage Auctions has announced that it has joined forces with the Dutch... read more

"Grand Illusions: Staged Photography from the Met Collection" Opens August 10

Photographers, like ventriloquists, can cast "voices" in a seemingly infinite number of genres and... read more

Lewis Carroll Photograph of Alice Liddell Among the National Gallery of Art’s New Acqusitions

Washington, DC—A rare early portrait by Mary Cassatt (1844-1926), a self-portrait by Jan Miense... read more

The Morgan Presents the First Exhibition of Martin Puryear’s Drawings

New York, NY—One of the most important contemporary American artists, Martin Puryear (b. 1941)... read more

MoMA Announces Exhibit of Degas’ Monotypes

NEW YORK, July 30, 2015—The Museum of Modern Art announces Edgar Degas: A Strange... read more

Heritage Auctions Renovates HA.com to Industry Acclaim

DALLAS—Collectors have access to top-shelf service across any mobile device now that Heritage Auctions,... read more

Minnesota Center for Book Arts Announces Winner of the MCBA Prize 2015

As part of our 30th Anniversary celebration, Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) is... read more

Collectors’ Forum at Old Sturbridge Village

STURBRIDGE, Massachusetts—Collectors of all types—young and old to experienced and amateur—have undeniably shaped... read more