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Subscribe to our e-letter Webform. For book news, special columns, auction reports, events, and more. May Ian J. Bookride recently posted a list of the “Top 20 Sites for Book Collectors”. On the plus side, the post made me think about the Top 20 sites for book collectors It is certainly a list of 20 sites that book collectors should be aware of I thought I would offer an alternative. Additions, alternative, derisive comments are welcome.

Loosely grouped, but in no particular order: The Private Lib rary : All others in this list are little more than footnotes to this first-and every other site listed is included in TPL’s link lists. Expect to lose several hours poking about on your first foray in and around the site.

Interesting and useful articles and resources. ABAA has partnered with Biblio. Also included information regarding major fairs in the US. Like the ABAA site, only international. Great content and frequently updated. Also includes major fair information world-wide. A trade group for non-publically traded online booksellers.

There is some useful information at the site and the ability to search members’ books. Library of Congress : I can not overstate how important the LC and its site can be.

Bodleian Library : Like the LC, simply a tremendous research and exploration sight. LibraryThing : A social networking site for bibliophiles. You can list your collection s and find those who share interests easily Great forums, passionate book lovers.

Strong posts and resources. An interesting and evolving bibliophilic site. This time prices rose 8. This was based on the median, or midpoint of all lots sold during the year.

While based on anecdotal comments booksellers did not participate in ‘s party, they did in Dealers’ sales, unlike auctions, aren’t public knowledge, but based on the upbeat comments we have heard, it sounds like the wealth has now been spread around.

Covid may have lingered around ano Slipping into the daily news flow in January, The New York Times recently published an homage to William Reese, the exceptional rare book dealer who dominated collectible printed Americana over his When the Rare Book Hub compiled a list of the Top prices paid at auction for books and paper collectibles in , there was a bit of a surprise in the Top It was a book of artwork and the Shirley Anson, 82, historian for the Town of Plattekill in Ulster County, New York passed away December 14, and I write to remember and celebrate her commitment and interest in history and pre The dust has settled on , the sale of , lots from , resulting in a sell thru rate of There was a time not that far away when learned people could spend their lives trying to determine the exact location of the terrestrial Paradise described in the first book of the Bible.

Father Da One hundred and two ex During the Covid period, in-person book Here is some good news. Forty-two exhibitor The virtual fair runs from February 18th to the 22nd, with the electronic version of the printed catalog available for download starting February 3rd.

Every year, German and in Morse, Jedidiah. The American Geography. The first American geography book. A collection of New Jersey session laws New Jersey. Legislative Council. Journals, New Jersey. Joint Meeting.

 
 

 

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You can list your collection(s) and find those who share interests easily Great forums, passionate book lovers. Hyraxia: Though not the easiest name to roll. Fine Books & Collections is the internet’s leading destination for news and information on collecting rare books, maps, manuscripts, prints, graphic arts.

 
 

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