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New World's Record for Most Valuable Movie Poster: $525,800 at Heritage Auctions

Dallas, Texas - One of just two surviving movie posters for the 1931 horror... read more

The Eric Carle Museum Presents: Eighty Years of Caldecott Books

Amherst, MA--The Caldecott Medal, an annual award bestowed upon "the most distinguished American... read more

First Graphic Designers of English Texts Celebrated in New Bodleian Libraries Exhibition

Oxford, England—The origins of early English graphic design are explored in a new exhibition... read more

The Folio Society's "Micrographia" Wins British Book Design Award

The Folio Society is delighted to announce that their Limited Edition of Robert Hooke’s... read more

Designs for Thames Tunnel Sell for £200,000 at Bonhams Book Sale

Designs for the Thames Tunnel, signed by Marc Isambard Brunel and his son Isambard... read more

New World Record for Harry Potter First Edition at Bonhams

A first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J K Rowling... read more

Russian America and Polar Exploration: The Martin Greene Library at Christie’s, Dec. 7

New York—Christie’s is pleased to present Russian America and Polar Exploration: Highlights from the... read more

Christie's Books & Manuscripts Sale, Dec. 5

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

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Departments

Digest

The NCBCC is Back

The “old college try” could be worth $2,500 By Christopher Lancette

Fine Books Review

Beauty and the Book

Richard Minsky’s The Art of American Book Covers, 1875-1930 By Rebecca Rego Barry

Dear Reader

The Promise of Spring

Fine Books back in print, and a ticket to Mississippi By Rebecca Rego Barry

Biblio 360

Exclusive guide to online exhibits

Calendar

Find book fairs and auctions in your area or around the world.

Featured Columns

Gently Mad

Down South

Books, art, music, and food on the Mississippi Delta Literary Tour By Nicholas Basbanes

Gently Mad – 8.1

Collect, Protect, and Preserve

Meet the new archivist of the United States By Nicholas Basbanes

Sold@Auction

Collecting Print

A Gutenberg leaf and a million-dollar comic book By Ian McKay

Crimes Against Humanities

Ex-Libri

Italian book thief Guglielmo Libri’s stolen Descartes letters By Jeremy Dibbell

Fine Books Interview

Folio Fellow

Robert Pranzatelli talks to Fine Books about his new literary magazine Interview by Rebecca Rego Barry