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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…
The desk on which Dame Hilary Mantel wrote her multi-award-winning Wolf Hall trilogy will be auctioned in London next month t
Sotheby's online sale of Travel, Atlases, Maps and Photographs ends on Tuesday, May 24.
American illustrator Jessie Willcox Smith (1863-1935) is (back) in the spotlight, with one of her original artworks heading to auction next week.
Fairs May 18, 2022
Although the book fairs in London tend to receive the most attention, there are many more around the UK run under the auspices of the Provincial Booksellers Fairs Association (PBFA).
 
Fairs May 17, 2022
Summer is near, and there’s more good news: the calendar is brimming with antiquarian book fairs, in-person and virtual, from coast to coast.
At Aguttes on Tuesday, May 17, Lettres & Manuscrits Autographes, Livres, Estampes & Photographies, in 300 lots.
Travelouge May 13, 2022
Take a ten-minute, behind-the-scenes tour through the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library in Toronto, Canada, where you’ll see a First Folio, the first handwritten draft of
It may come as a surprise to learn that some executioners also practiced medicine.
Our Bright Young Collectors series continues today with Read Brown, of NYU, who won second place in the
The 1827 novel, The Mummy: A Tale of the Twenty-Second Century, was reissued last month as part of the Haunted Library of Horror Classics series edited by Eric J.