A recently opened exhibition and a new book offer fresh perspective on Ansel Adams, the much…
Here's what's coming up this week: Artcurial in Paris will sell Livres & Manuscrits on Tuesday…
Earlier this month, Rare Book School hosted a panel discussion “to explore ways that scholars in…
A digital edition of the 8th-century Codex Zacynthius, launched by the University of Birmingham’s…
In 1955, Ramona Quimby blew into the world of picture books with the gale-force that only a young…
A bumper crop of books about books this summer/early fall has kept me up past my bedtime, and all…
The Brontë Society has launched an appeal to help ensure the Brontë Parsonage Museum in Haworth’s…
Spend nine minutes gazing at some beautiful books and learning how King’s College Library conserves…
In our current issue, Nicholas Basbanes profiles author and book collector Bradford Morrow, whose…
Boston — RR Auction's October Fine Autographs and Artifacts auction is filled with rare and…
Washington, DC — During the 1920s, the iconic New Woman was splashed across the pages of magazines…
Dallas, TX – A copy of the Declaration of Independence that was published by The Democratic Press…
Dallas, TX – Raising nearly $100,000 to help comic-book creators was the very best way to spend…
Dallas, TX – Any Alex Raymond primer should begin with this excerpt from A History of the Comic…
Amsterdam — Catawiki is pleased to announce its latest Exclusive Art & Photography book auction…
Dallas, TX – An important collection from Peter Beard and a selection from Leonard Freed’s Black in…
New York -- Doyle will hold a timed auction of Fine Literature closing on Wednesday, September 30,…
Hamburg, Germany — It comes in a handy size and with decorative lettering, but if you want to read…
The Kelmscott Press edition of The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer (1896).

Delights for All Collectors

Peggy Carouthers
Hindman’s fall sales include a wide array of offerings.
A first edition of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900), estimated at $20,000 and up.

Once Upon a Time

Peggy Carouthers
Rare children’s books from famed bookseller Justin G. Schiller up for auction in Heritage’s December sale.
Directions for the Cure of the Plague… (1665).

Something for Everyone

Charlie Pogacar
A first edition of John Locke’s most famous work is just one of the tantalizing items at this varied auction.