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2014 Bookseller Resource Guide
  • Feature

    When Rare Books Go Missing, Booksellers Band Together

    While large-scale thefts from libraries and museums tend to make news, antiquarian booksellers are also frequently the targets of thieves, whether in open shops, at or en route to and from book fairs, or when shipping books purchased

  • Fine Books Blog

    Copernicus Book Thought Destroyed in Fire is Found Again

    The Duchess Anna Amalia Library in Weimar, Germany—one of the country’s finest special collections—suffered a terrible fire in 2004. Fifty thousand books

  • In the News

    38th Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair Returns Nov. 14-16

    The annual fall gathering for booklovers, the Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair, will return to the Hynes Convention Center in Boston’s beautiful Back Bay, November 14-16, 2014. A record-breaking 130 dealers from the United States, England, Canada, Germany, France, Hungary, Italy, . …

  • In the News

    John James Audubon and the Artist as Naturalist at Crystal Bridges

    Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art announces the John James Audubon and the Artist as Naturalist exhibition, September 27, 2014 - January 5, 2015, on view within the museum’s Colonial to Early 19th-century Art Gallery. …

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PBA Galleries

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Freemans

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Skinner

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Bonhams

September 30th

Sothebys

Find More Events in the FB&C Calendar

Herb & Dorothy 50X50 at Bowdoin College Museum of Art on Sept. 4

The Bowdoin College Museum of Art will be showing the 2013 film Dorothy and... read more

Miro Color Etchings Among Top Sales at Baltimore Summer Antiques Show

Baltimore, MD (August 27, 2014)—The 34th Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show attracted robust crowds of... read more

Wizard of Oz Production Concept Paintings Bring $45,625 at Heritage Auctions

DALLAS—A pair of rare, pre-production concept paintings from the 1939 MGM classic The Wizard... read more

Doyle NY to Auction Important WWII Tribute Albums

Doyle New York is honored to auction important World War II tribute albums presented... read more

Cy Twombly’s “Treatise On The Veil (Second Version)” Will Go on View at the Morgan Library

New York, NY, August 25, 2014—Cy Twombly‘s Treatise on the Veil (Second Version)... read more

John James Audubon and the Artist as Naturalist at Crystal Bridges

BENTONVILLE, Ark.—Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art announces the John James Audubon and the... read more

Vintage Posters Brought in $800,000+ at Swann Galleries

NEW YORK— Coming on the heels of tremendous media coverage, including write ups in The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, Luxury Travel... read more

Announcing Codex V Book Fair & Symposium, February 8-11, 2015

Berkeley, CA—Digital is dead, at least for one week this coming February. Over 200... read more

Gently Mad Blog

Library of Congress Acquires Unusual Civil War Image

Last week, the Library of Congress acquired a unique and iconic Civil War image... read more

Write on, Beethoven

The music and the myth of Ludwig van Beethoven have enjoyed unending popularity over... read more

National Book Festival This Weekend

Coming up on Saturday of this long Labor Day weekend is the annual Library... read more

Laura Ingalls Wilder Memoir to be Published this Fall

A previously unpublished memoir by beloved children's author Laura Ingalls Wilder will see the... read more

National Colloquium on Special Collections

Many collectors, booksellers, and librarians are making plans to attend Acknowledging the Past, Forging... read more

Dorothy West and The Harlem Renaissance

Dorothy West (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Dorothy West (1907-1998) knew from an early age that she... read more

Copernicus Book Thought Destroyed in Fire is Found Again

The Duchess Anna Amalia Library in Weimar, Germany--one of the country's finest special collections--suffered... read more

Original Painting of Poet's Tor House

Tor House, the iconic Carmel, California, home built by poet Robinson Jeffers, is a... read more

eBay Auction for First Superman Comic Nears $2m

Action Comics #1, better known as the first ever Superman comic, is currently up... read more

News Stories

Herb & Dorothy 50X50 at Bowdoin College Museum of Art on Sept. 4

The Bowdoin College Museum of Art will be showing the 2013 film Dorothy and... read more

Miro Color Etchings Among Top Sales at Baltimore Summer Antiques Show

Baltimore, MD (August 27, 2014)—The 34th Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show attracted robust crowds of... read more

Wizard of Oz Production Concept Paintings Bring $45,625 at Heritage Auctions

DALLAS—A pair of rare, pre-production concept paintings from the 1939 MGM classic The Wizard... read more

Doyle NY to Auction Important WWII Tribute Albums

Doyle New York is honored to auction important World War II tribute albums presented... read more

Cy Twombly’s “Treatise On The Veil (Second Version)” Will Go on View at the Morgan Library

New York, NY, August 25, 2014—Cy Twombly‘s Treatise on the Veil (Second Version)... read more

John James Audubon and the Artist as Naturalist at Crystal Bridges

BENTONVILLE, Ark.—Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art announces the John James Audubon and the... read more

Vintage Posters Brought in $800,000+ at Swann Galleries

NEW YORK— Coming on the heels of tremendous media coverage, including write ups in The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, Luxury Travel... read more

Announcing Codex V Book Fair & Symposium, February 8-11, 2015

Berkeley, CA—Digital is dead, at least for one week this coming February. Over 200... read more