Robert Burns

Edinburgh, Scotland — Hardly needing an introduction, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books have become a modern classic of children’s literature. For twenty-three years, children and adults alike have become enthralled by the magical world of the boy wizard.

Lyon & Turnbull are delighted to present a first edition,

On Thursday, in dramatic fashion, Scots turned out in record numbers to vote on a referendum to decide whether or not Scotland should remain part of the UK or become an independent country, an historic occasion that carries not just political and economic repercussions, but social ones as well. Perhaps battered bonds might begin to mend over a

The words to one of Robert Burns’ best loved songs—Ye Banks and Braes O’Bonnie Doon—written in his own hand are to be sold at Bonhams Books, Atlases, Manuscripts and Photographs sale in London on June 18. The poem is estimated at £30,000-40,000. Bonhams, the third largest international fine art auction house, holds book sales in London,

New York, NY, December 21, 2011—This winter The Morgan Library & Museum will present a wide-ranging group of exhibitions, including sketches, studies, and pastels by Dan Flavin in the first-ever retrospective of his works on paper; drawings by Rembrandt and artists of the Dutch Golden Age; and an innovative look at the ways artists, writers, and composers have used animal imagery in their
New York, NY, November 22, 2011—Each New Year's Eve, millions raise their voices in a chorus of "Auld Lang Syne," standing with friends and looking back with nostalgia on days past. But how did a traditional Scots folk song—with lyrics that many people scarcely understand—emerge as one of the world's most enduring popular songs? It was Robert Burns (1759-1796), the great eighteenth-century