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Wilton, CT — If the name Button Gwinnett doesn’t ring a bell, you’re in good company, even among…
New York — "My God what have we done." Captain Robert A. Lewis, the co-pilot of the B-29…
Auctions June 2, 2022
Berkeley, CA – PBA Galleries announces an auction of Antiquarian Books with Fine Press & Fine Bindings as well as Illustrated Books with Fore-Edge Paintings, on June 16th, 2022.
Exhibit June 1, 2022
New York — During the nineteenth century, railroads profoundly transformed the United States geographically, economically, socially, culturally and in diverse other ways, directly and indirectly. The St.
News June 1, 2022
London — There were huge gasps in the saleroom at Forum Auctions this week as an incredibly rare double series of twelve aquatint views of Canada by military artist Major General James Pattison (1779-1847), sold in a sale of
Book Fairs May 31, 2022
Basel, Switzerland — Grandeur is not difficult to find in the manuscripts and early printed books at Dr.
News May 31, 2022
Leyburn, North Yorkshire, England — A complete run of the famous Wisden Cricketer’s Almanack sold for £13,000 plus buyer’s premium in Tennants Auctioneers’ Books, Maps and Manuscripts Sale on 18th May.
News May 27, 2022
New York – The fabled private library of the most prominent antiquarian book dealer of his generation achieved extraordinary results over two live sales, totaling $16,141,944.
Auctions May 26, 2022
New York — Swann Galleries will present the second iteration of Focus on Women, Thursday, June 2.
Events May 25, 2022
Philadelphia — Every year, the world celebrates Bloomsday on June 16, the day that James Joyce’s Ulysses is set in 1904. Nowhere celebrates quite like The Rosenbach Museum and Library, home of Joyce’s manuscript.
Book Fairs May 24, 2022
Asheville, NC — Biblio.com, one of the largest ecommerce sites for used and rare books, recently announced plans for their Biblio.live virtual book fair.
News May 23, 2022
Boston — Incredible handwritten lyrics by Bob Dylan for his song, "All Along the Watchtower," sold for $60,500, according to Boston-based RR Auction.