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"Auction Action" Debuts on BCTV, January 30

READING, Pa. - Berks Community Television (BCTV) is bringing live auctions to television with... read more

Seager Gray Gallery Presents Artist Book Collaboration Prior to CODEX

Seager Gray Gallery, in Mill Valley, California, presents Trace, an exhibition of works by... read more

Family Archive of Alexander Hamilton Letters & Manuscripts Achieves $2.6 Million at Sotheby’s New York

NEW YORK, 18 January 2017-Today in New York, Sotheby’s auction of Alexander Hamilton: An... read more

National Library of Israel Acquires Valmadonna Trust Library of Hebrew Books and Manuscripts

The National Library of Israel announced today that it has acquired the finest private... read more

The Library Company of Philadelphia Names Dr. Michael Barsanti as the New Edwin Wolf 2nd Director

Philadelphia, PA - January 17, 2017 - Today, Howell Rosenberg, Esq., Chairman of... read more

"Antiques Roadshow" Announces Summer 2017 Production Tour Destinations

BOSTON, MA, January 17, 2017--ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, PBS's most-watched ongoing series, has released its... read more

Boston Athenæum Acquires Important WWII Poster Collection

Boston, MA — January 17, 2017 — Elizabeth E. Barker, Ph.D., Stanford Calderwood Director... read more

At Auction: Recently Revealed Books Rescued from 1969 Flood Date Back to 16th Century

National Book Auctions has been engaged to sell a trove of important theological and... read more

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