August 25, 2022
Sometime around 1886, Oscar Wilde was assigned to write a book review of Percy H. Fitzgerald's book, The Book Fancier: or, The romance of book collecting, published that year by S. Low, Marston,…
July 17, 2022
July 5, 2022
As literary artifacts go, this one evokes childlike delight:
July 3, 2022
Muriel Spark is less read in America than in her native Great Britain, which is a shame since she is one of the "
November 23, 2020
New York — Doyle’s Rare Books, Autographs and Maps timed auction closing on November 24, 2020 b
July 17, 2020
Opera fans might hit a high note when they hear this: a collection of musical scores from the personal library of the legendary American-born Greek soprano Maria Callas is being
June 8, 2020
New York — A beautiful and very rare early Renaissance manuscript of two of Plato’s greatest dialogues, Phaedo, known to ancient readers as On the Soul, and Gorgias, tran
June 3, 2020
Chadds Ford, PA – Philadelphia, America’s first capital and home to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, is steeped in political, military and social history.
June 1, 2020
New York — Pandemics, sadly, are nothing new. The Black Death, for example, lasted on and off from 1331 until the middle of the 18th century.
June 1, 2020
New York — On Thursday, June 11, Swann Galleries will hold a sale of Fine Photographs that features twentieth-century masterworks, landscapes, feminist and Latin American photographers, as well as