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2015 Bookseller Resource Guide
March/April 2007
Features
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Buy it Now!
The Fine Books 50
—Our annual report on the top book, map, and autograph sales.
Online Exclusive
Ten Most Expensive Books of 2006
Teaching the Book Arts
—Embattled and endangered, the book arts survive on campus.
Columns
Gently Mad
—John Adams Unbound.
Fine MAPS
—The trials of a professional map hunter.
Fine Presses
—Robin Price.
Beyond the Basics
—What do you call a bunch of books bound together?
How I Got Started
Martha Orr Davenport, 88, still collects Little Red Riding Hood.
DEPARTMENTS
Digest
Bookseller boot camp, lost and found, preserving printing history, and more.
Book Reviews
Fine Pick: Benjamin Franklin, the printer; plus sleaze and sweat, a reading diary, and U. S. Grant.
On The Market
Collecting antiquarian children's books.
Auction Report
Pillaging Oscar Wilde, firefighting, Rackham, and more.
PLUS
Dear Reader
Quotes & Comments
Catalogs Received
Calendar: Auctions & Fairs
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