Yesterday, Christie’s held a 90-minute webinar on “Book Collecting in the Digital Age” with…
Good news in from curator Deirdre Lawrence and the Center for Book Arts: the catalogue produced to…
Ready or not, parts of the country are beginning to reopen, but opportunities to exercise those…
The first major exhibition to explore the hidden collections of rare books in the north west of…
Signal-boosting the virtual book launch of Nick’s new book, to be hosted live by Knopf and the…
Filed under more ‘antiquarian bookseller innovations’ this spring, Second Story Books of Washington…
Our Bright Young Librarians series continues today with Aaron T. Pratt, the Carl and Lily…
Last week Christie’s announced the forthcoming sale of the first newspaper printing of “The Star-…
Here are the upcoming auctions I'll be watching: Sotheby's Churchill in Charge sale ends on…
Chicago — Potter & Potter Auctions is pleased to announce this nearly 1,000 lot sale to be held…
London — Gustave Flaubert’s masterpiece Madame Bovary is The Folio Society’s stunning new limited…
Boston — With over 1,100 lots up for bidding, RR Auction's June Fine Autographs and Artifacts sale…
Charlottesville, VA — Rare Book School has selected an inaugural cohort of 15 fellows to join the…
Westport, CT – An online-only auction dedicated entirely to Kennedy memorabilia, entitled…
Lakeville, CT — In light of the global situation, AntiquarianAuctions.com’s second U.S. sale will…
Edinburgh, Scotland — Hardly needing an introduction, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books have become…
Asheville, NC — In its ongoing commitment to support independent bookshops, Biblio.com is…
London — The Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association (ABA) is pleased to announce the launch of the…
Wodehouse collection

Notable Wodehouse Collection Heads to Auction

Rebecca Rego Barry

A first English edition of P.G. Wodehouse’s 1931 novel, Big Money, in its rare first issue dust jacket just might make top lot at auction.

The title page from Nova Reperta

Renaissance RE-Invention

Suzanne Karr Schmidt

The Newberry Library readies an unprecedented exhibition studying the Nova Reperta, a sixteenth-century print series that celebrated the technology of the times.

Casino Royale first edition

James Bond Sweeps Chicago Sale

Potter & Potter Auctions' Fine Books and Manuscripts Sale event, streamed live from the auction gallery and conducted entirely online and through telephone bidding, was a dramatic success.

Canyon de Chelly by Edward Curtis,1904. Gelatin silver border print.

How Photographic Innovation Brought Edward Curtis’s Images to Life

Though photographer and ethnographer Edward Curtis’s The North American Indian is an iconic work in the American historical canon, Christopher Cardozo, an Edward Curtis scholar, estimates most people are only familiar with 2–5 percent of Curtis’s work.