Rare Books

January 28, 2021
Boston — Reserve a space now for a virtual Book Talk: Pirating and Publishing: The Book Trade i
January 22, 2021
Submissions are open for the prestigious 18th ILAB Breslauer Prize for Bibliography, to be awarded in May 2022 for new bibliographical publications printed between 2018-2021.
January 19, 2021
London — Exceedingly rare works by Galileo, Samuel Johnson and J.K.
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 co
January 14, 2021
Basel, Switzerland — Beginning the new year with an exciting event, the Stuttgart Antiquariatsmesse is going online from 29th January to
January 8, 2021
Paris — The latest publication of Les Enluminures focuses on t
January 7, 2021
An extravagant collection of fine and decorative art, rare books, and jewelry will head to auction at Christie’s in New York in a series of three sales beginning next week.
January 5, 2021
Every year on January 1, a batch of new books, music, and films enters the public domain in the United States after a 95-year wait, free to be released in print and digital formats and to be creatively reused and reimagined.
December 29, 2020
While no one is sorry to see 2020 go, we are excited to take one last look at our top ten stories of the year.
December 23, 2020
In researching a story for our next print issue, I came across the oddly compelling (and timely) fact that Noah Webster, whose legacy is rooted in dictionaries, wrote what are believed to be some o