In the News

MoMA Announces Major Acquisitions from the Merrill C. Berman Collection

New York—The Museum of Modern Art has acquired more than 300 masterworks of The... read more

Sunday Comics & "New Yorker" Covers Lead Swann's Sale of Illustration Art

New York — Swann Galleries will offer an auction of Illustration Art on Tuesday,... read more

Original Tintin Art by Hergé May Bring $720,000 in Heritage's First European Comic Art Auction

Dallas, TX - An extraordinary, 12-panel page of Original Tintin Art by Belgian cartoonist... read more

Highlights of Christie's Spring Sales of Books & Manuscripts to be Held on June 14

New York—Christie’s announces the spring various owner sale of Fine Printed Books & Manuscripts... read more

"Medieval/Modern": Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books Will Open Exhibition to Complement Art Basel

Complementing Art Basel 2018, Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books will open its doors for... read more

New England Society Book Awards Winners Announced

New York—The NES Book Awards are made in four categories: Art & Photography, Fiction,... read more

World Record Comic Book & Art Auction Surpasses $12.2 Million at Heritage Auctions

Dallas, TX - Chicago’s largest public auction dedicated to vintage comic books and original... read more

Mark Sweeney Named Principal Deputy Librarian of Congress

Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden today announced that Mark Sweeney will serve as Principal... read more

Follow us on TwitterLike us on Facebook
Auction Guide
Advertise with Us
2015 Bookseller Resource Guide
Contents Autumn 2012

Features

Read Online

Book Lover’s Gift Guide

By Rebecca Rego Barry and Nate Pedersen

Our annual list of great holiday gifts for bibliophiles

A Cover Story

By Leonard S. Marcus

Fred Marcellino’s trendsetting dust jacket art and picture book illustrations

 

Featured Columns

Gently Mad

A Chance To Do Good

By Nicholas A. Basbanes

At Rare Book School with Michael F. Suarez

Record-Breaker

Washington Goes Home

By Ian McKay

The Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association secured a national treasure

Book Art

Without Words

By Richard Minsky

An interview with bookbinder and papermaker Melissa Jay Craig

Beyond the Basics

Looking Things Up

By Joel Silver

Bibliographical research in a changing world

In the Library

In Pursuit of a Vision

By Caroline F. Sloat and
Lauren B. Hewes

The American Antiquarian Society celebrates its bicentennial at the Grolier Club

Fine Maps

Bluebacks

By Jeffrey S. Murray

Why nineteenth-century merchant seamen preferred ‘blueback’ charts

Sold@Auction

Through the Centuries

By Ian McKay

From an ancient manuscript fragment to an X-Men comic book

On the Block

Captivating Correspondence

By Jeremy Dibbell

Letters from George Washington, Emma Hamilton, and Otto Frank will entice collectors

How I Got Started

Pop-up Books

Collector Sterling Hennis

Digest

Read Online

Can the U.S. afford a bookbinder-in-chief?

Read Online

Book: Charnel House’s limited editions

Art: Matt Kish and the Graphic Canon

Object: The tools of calligraphy

Plus

FineBooksmagazine.com

Dear Reader

Quotes & Comments

Marketplace