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  • Digest

    Journey to Tolkien’s Middle-Earth

    It’s not a surprise that John Ronald Reuel Tolkien received a lot of fan mail during his life, but it is a surprise how diverse in nature it is. There are fan letters written using runes or attempts at Elvish, there are drawings, there are photographs sent by admirers

  • Fine Books Blog

    7 Highlights from the Fine Art Print Fair

    From works by leading contemporary artists to the masterworks of the form, there will be a lot to see at the Fine Art Print Fair in New York, October 24 to October 28. Highlights include works by Emily Lombardo, Harland Miller, and Jim Dine.

  • In the News

    Sotheby’s to Offer Judge's Copy of Lady Chatterley’s Lover

    The 1960 Chatterley trial was the most celebrated obscenity trial in British literary history. Now a copy of the infamous D.H. Lawrence novel owned by the judge—and annotated by the judge’s wife—is going to auction in London on October 30. Its estimate is £10,000-15,000.

  • In the News

    Donation of Rare Ansel Adams Photos

    A rare collection of 45 photographs by Ansel Adams has been donated to the Yosemite Museum in Yosemite National Park.

September 6

PBA

September 13

Heritage

September 18-19

Sotheby’s 

September 20

Swann Galleries 

September 21

Skinner 

September 25

Bonhams 

September 27

Forum 

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Gently Mad Blog

6 Stunning Manuscripts on View at the British Library

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Rare Books &c. at Auction This Week

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Rare Books &c. at Auction This Week

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Bright Young Collectors: Jessica Jordan

Our Bright Young Collectors series continues today with Jessica Jordan of Palo Alto, California,... read more

Books About Books Fall 2018 Roundup

A few times a year, we take stock of the most recent books about... read more

A View from Europe: the Amsterdam ILAB Book Fair

Last week saw the return of one of my favorite book fairs -- the... read more

Postcard from Poetic San Francisco

Last week brought approximately one million people to the Bay Area to celebrate... read more

Women and the Book: A Symposium Preview

At the end of October, the University of London will host a one-day symposium... read more

News Stories

New Book: "Game Faces: Early Baseball Cards from the Library of Congress"

A new book, “Game Faces: Early Baseball Cards from the Library of Congress,” offers... read more

Dealers Showcase Museum-Quality Works at TEFAF NY Fall

New York - TEFAF New York Fall, which opens to the public this week,... read more

Boston Satellite Fair Celebrates 7 Years

Boston--When Bernice Bornstein started the Boston Book Print and Ephemera Show twenty years ago,... read more

Personal Items from the Estate of Stephen Hawking to be Offered Online at Christie’s

London - A brilliant mind whose discoveries have shaped our understanding of the universe,... read more

Exemplars from the History of Printmaking at Swann Galleries on November 1

New York-An auction of Old Master Through Modern Prints on Thursday, November 1 at... read more

Exhibition Charts the Rise and Relevance of the Arts and Crafts Design Movement

Austin, TX — A detailed look at the history of the Arts and Crafts... read more

The Morgan Appoints Maria L. Fredericks as Head of the Thaw Conservation Center

New York —The Morgan Library & Museum announced today the appointment of Maria L.... read more

LOC Puts Papers of President Theodore Roosevelt Online

The largest collection of the papers of President Theodore Roosevelt, documenting his extraordinary career... read more