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Lesser known children’s book artwork will go on show alongside major collectible names at the…
Coming up this Independence Day weekend, the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville…
This week brings manuscript letters, first editions, medical books, rare maps, and historical ephemera to the auction block.
Our Bright Young Booksellers series continues today with Erika Hapke Knowles, office manager at Bernett Penka Rare Books in Boston.
As readers, parents, and bibliophiles, we at Fine Books have always been great fans of Eric Carle (1929-2021), and we were lucky enough to connect with him in our
She may have worn a shawl, but what did Jane Austen’s characters wear?
It's a lively week for rare books and manuscripts auctions; here's the rundown. 
On Monday, June 20, Heritage Auctions will sell the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize medal awarded to Russian j
In 1936, Carolyn Wells published Murder in the Bookshop, a mys
The largest exhibition of Thomas Hardy objects ever displayed at one time has opened in the region he made famous through his fiction.
In our summer issue, we feature collectors of romance novels, both private and institutional.
Here are the auctions I'll be watching this week: