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November 29, 2021
Leyburn, North Yorkshire, England — An exceptionally rare 15th-century illuminated manuscript almanac, which was found in the back of a drawer, sold for £95,000 ($126,600) plus buyer’s premium in <
November 23, 2021
Paris – One of the most important scientific autographs ever offered at auction: a 54-page manuscript written jointly by Albert Einstein and Michele Besso sold €11,656,560 / £9,803,667/ $13,156,521
November 23, 2021
Paris – On November 22, 2021, the Rare Books and Manuscripts auction realised a total o
November 22, 2021
Cincinnati, OH – A renowned Civil War collection, singular historical memorabilia, photographs and manuscripts drove strong prices across two days of American Historical Ephemera and Photography at
November 19, 2021
Newbury, Berkshire, England — The address book of one of the most important British female writers Dame Edith Sitwell (1887-1964) was one of the many pieces in high demand in
November 19, 2021
New York — Yesterday in a much-anticipated, live auction at Sotheby’s New York, an extremely rare copy of the First Printing of the Final Text of the United States Constitution sold for $43.2 milli
November 18, 2021
Cincinnati, OH – On November 15, Hindman Auctions sold one of the earliest photographic portraits taken in America as part of a collection of photographs that realized an impressive $300,000.
November 16, 2021
Boston — The Boston Athenæum is pleased to announce that curator and scholar Lauren Graves has been appointed Polly Thayer Starr Fellow in American Ar
November 16, 2021
New York — The International Center of Photography (ICP) is excited to announce a recent major gift from The Bern Schwartz Family Foundation to name The Bern and Ronny Schwartz Special Collections
November 15, 2021
Chicago – Hindman Auctions set a house record on November 9 and 10 when its Fine Printed Books & Manuscripts, Including Americana auction achieved a sales total of $1.5 million, the most ever f