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|December 3, 2021 - December 4, 2021||2021 Northampton Antiquarian Book, Ephemera, and Book Arts Fair
The sixth edition of the Northhampton Book Fair is housed at the NCAT. For exhibitors and attendees, there are more than 100 free, on-site parking spaces surrounding the 25,000 square foot building, which is just one block off Main Street. Access to the building, for exhibitor load-in and load-out, is excellent with wide outdoor ramps and large elevators indoors to all three levels. The Community Arts Trust is a recently renovated, energy efficient structure with new wood floors, excellent acoustics and lighting, designed to invite prospective visitors into their building. During these pandemic times, you can rest assured that our venue has state-of-the-art HVAC systems with HEPA filters, assuring a safe and healthful indoor environment.
Fri 5pm - 8pm
$5 Admission Students & Children Free
Northampton Community Arts Trust (NCAT)
Northampton, MAMore info
|December 3, 2021||Sotheby's - London
Books and Manuscripts: 19th and 20th Century
The sale presents an exceptional selection of fine first editions, rare autograph manuscripts and signed photographs. Especially notable is the offering of charming children’s literature and illustrations as well as works by Churchill, Hayek, Miline, Rackham and Rowling.
Sotheby's - London
London, UKMore info
|December 9, 2021||Doyle Online Auction
Rare Books, Autographs & Maps: including final selections from the Estate of Arnold “Jake” Johnson.
The auction will feature Americana, including rare materials relating to War of 1812 naval hero Captain James Lawrence who famously said “Don’t give up the ship!” Other highlights include Cotton Mather’s 1702 Magnalia Christi Americana and McKenney & Hall’s hand-colored History of the Indian Tribes of North America.
Maps feature Ortelius’ world map Typus Orbis Terrarum and the continents with Americae sive Novi Orbis, Nova Descriptio, all from a circa 1575 Latin edition of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum.
Literature includes a first edition of Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass in the first binding. Autographs include an inscribed copy of John F. Kennedy’s The Strategy of Peace and a fine portrait photograph inscribed by Theodore Roosevelt. Early printing includes Tasso’s sumptuously illustrated 1745 Gerusalemme Liberata and Palladio’s 1726 Architecture, divisee en quatre livres. Final selections from the large sporting library built by Arnold “Jake” include the rare American color-plate work Wild Scenes and Song-Birds, 1855, and William Schreiner's uncommon Sporting Manual: A Complete Treatise on Fishing, Fowling and Hunting as Applicable to this Country, 1841.
Viewings by appt.
New York, NYMore info
|December 9, 2021 - December 10, 2021||Heritage Auctions
Bidding Begins Approx. Nov 19th
Dallas, TXMore info
|December 10, 2021 - December 11, 2021||Rose City Holiday Book & Paper Fair
Booksellers from the Pacific Northwest and beyond will be bringing their best rare and collectible books, ephemera, maps, prints, photographs and more. The fair is happening just in time for the holiday season, so you will be sure to find gifts for all the booklovers on your list.
Fri, Dec 10th: Special VIP event 6pm - 9pm, $25
Rose City Holiday Book & Paper Fair
Portland, ORMore info