Asheville, NC -- Biblio.com, one of the largest ecommerce sites for used and rare books, recently announced plans for their third Biblio.live virtual book fair... this time with a theme.
Marlene Dietrich did not have the eyes of a reader; she had the eyes of a seductress. Which served her well in her long Hollywood career. But, as it turns out, she liked books.
It's a fairly quiet week in the salerooms this week. Here is the trio of sales I'll be watching:
Vintage posters with literary significance never cease to interest me, and one that is
It’s October! Time to check in with “Weird Historian” (and book collector) Marc Hartzman.
Amsterdam — Catawiki is excited to offer, for the first time, the stock of an entire bookshop in a single auction.
Our Bright Young Booksellers series continues today with Victoria Forsberg-Lary of
Henley-on-Thames, England — Jonkers Rare Books is delighted to announce a new catalogue of rare books devoted to Nineteenth Century Literature.
Do antiquarian books and haute couture go hand in hand? They do this year.
AntiquarianAuctions.com in the U.S., sale #5: a wide-ranging sale, including a shell-book selection from the library of Richard I. Johnson; fine bindings; calligraphic material; sculpture: George…