On September 24, 2020, Forum Auctions will host a sale featuring sixteenth- and seventeenth-century books from the Fox Pointe Manor Library showcasing a wide variety of written works sure to pique the interest of many collectors.
“We have anything from travel logs, to important early translations, to items that pertain to the English Civil War, or early Euro-American history,” said Max Hasler, book specialist with Forum Auctions. “The wide variety really does have something for everyone.”
The sale will be the second of two conducted by Forum Auctions focusing on the private collection of philanthropists Linda and Howard Knohl of Anaheim, California, and will welcome online bidding through the auction house’s website. Hasler and the Forum Auctions team have been providing buyers private, socially-distanced appointments to inspect works in person during the pandemic. For those unable to travel to London in person, the auction house is prepared to send detailed condition reports and high-resolution photographs.