In The News

Submissions are open for the prestigious 18th ILAB Breslauer Prize for Bibliography, to be awarded…
New Haven, CT — Elisabeth Fairman, Chief Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts, will retire from…
Events January 20, 2021
New York – The Winter Show 2021 takes place on an immersive online platform, on view from January 22-31, 2021 with VIP Preview Access on January 19– 21, 2021.
Auctions January 20, 2021
New York — On October 2, 1917 the American 77th division, made up of 694 men, launched an attack on the German lines dug into the Argonne Forest in Northeastern France believing that they were supported on both sides by French and other US forces.
Catalogues January 19, 2021
London — Exceedingly rare works by Galileo, Samuel Johnson and J.K.
Book Fairs January 18, 2021
Stuttgart, Germany — For the first time in its 60 year history, the Stuttgart Rare Book Fair, always held in January in the South-German city of Stuttgart and well established with international collectors and the trade, had to be cancelled and as many other international events in the rare book
Auctions January 15, 2021
Paris — Following the successful sale of the first two parts of the Une bibliothèque des avant-gardes, Paul Destribats, Christie's Book Department is pleased to an
Auctions January 15, 2021
Boston — A 100-year-old F. Scott Fitzgerald handwritten letter sold for $37,987, according to Boston-based RR Auction.
Book Fairs January 14, 2021
Basel, Switzerland — Beginning the new year with an exciting event, the Stuttgart Antiquariatsmesse is going online from 29th January to the 1st February. Dr.
Auctions January 14, 2021
New York — Swann Galleries will open the winter 2021 season on Thursday, January 28 with a sale of Illustration Art featuring the Dick McDonough Collection of Golf Illustration.
News January 14, 2021
London — It is our pleasure to inform you that Edward Nassau Lake is, from 1st January, joining Brian Lake and Janet Nassau as a partner in Jarndyce Antiquarian Booksellers, Bloomsbury.
Auctions January 8, 2021
Chicago – Hindman is thrilled to reflect on an exciting 2020 despite the unmatched environment and challenges presented. The year included over 100 auctions and $64.9 million in sales, and the auction house saw exceptional participation from online bidders throughout the world.