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New York — "My God what have we done." Captain Robert A. Lewis, the co-pilot of the B-29…
Amsterdam – Catawiki is proud to continue our tradition of offering exciting maps and views in our…
Auctions June 24, 2022
Stansted Mountfitchet, England — A rare Tudor manuscript designed to help with swan-keeping in the era when mute swans were owned by the English crown comes to auction in the summer.
Auctions June 23, 2022
Dallas, TX — The sign's message was simple but irresistible: "History for Sale" — three words that would lead Carl Przyborowski on a four-decades-long pursuit.
News June 22, 2022
Washington, D.C. — Jennifer Meehan, head of the Eberly Family Special Collections Library at Penn State University, has been named director of the Library of Congress’ Special Collections Directorate effective Aug. 1.
Recent Publications June 21, 2022
San Francisco — The Arion Press, one of the nation’s foremost producers of fine press artist books, announces the publication of Woolgathering, a very special collaboration between two contemporary creative masters.
Recent Publications June 20, 2022
Paris —  Independent publisher SP Books released the only surviving manuscript of John Milton’s Paradise Lost, published in book form for the very first time.
News June 17, 2022
Boston — A rare Edgar Allan Poe letter extending his condolences to a fellow writer sold for $154,958, according to Boston-based RR Auction.
Auctions June 17, 2022
Cincinnati, OH – The Civil War and American Militaria Collection of Bruce B. Hermann, an internationally renowned specialist in military antiques, will highlight Hindman’s June 21st to 22nd American Historical Ephemera and Photography Auction.
Auctions June 16, 2022
Berkeley, CA – PBA Galleries announced a Platinum Auction of Elite Americana & Rare Maps on June 30th, 2022.
Auctions June 15, 2022
London — Forum Auctions is excited to present a private collection of exceptional culinary literary works that, as well as spanning five centuries, takes us on a fascinating gastronomic journey of discovery.
Auctions June 14, 2022
London – The name Peter Burra is now largely forgotten, yet before his untimely death in a plane crash in April 1937 he was regarded as one of Britain’s finest and most influential critics.