Published on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Antiquariaat FORUM. 260 rare books, manuscripts, drawings, paintings, maps, atlases, prints and related items from the period between ca. 1970 BC and ca. 1970 AD.
Subjects include Africa, Americana, Art & Architecture, Asia, Australia, New Zealand & Pacific, Botany, Cartography, History, Horses, Hunting, Medicine & Pharmacy, Middle East & Islamic World, Militaria, Natural History, Philosophy, Politics, Religion & Devotion, Science & Technology, Travel & Exploration, Zoology and many others.
e-Catalogue 11: Opening Doors
To celebrate the re-opening of Altea Gallery on Monday 15th June, after the Covid-19 lockdown ends, we have compiled a selection of highlights of our recent new stock[...] Read more
UK's FIRSTS ONLINE Rare Book Fair attracts over 125 prominent international rare booksellers to its third online fair launching on Friday 27th NovemberPublished on 26 Nov. 2020
Cambridge University Library announces public appeal to recover two notebooks written by Charles DarwinPublished on 24 Nov. 2020
Two notebooks by Charles Darwin have been missing since 2000 and the library has now decided to launch a public appeal for their recovery, as well as asking the rare book trade for its help.
"Now is not the time to just survive but to thrive; a time to rethink how we communicate and do business with others"Published on 11 Nov. 2020
Mario Giupponi (Italy) was elected as new Vice-President and two new members, Eberhard Köstler (Germany) and Angus O’Neill (UK) were welcomed into the committee.