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Amor Librorum Nos Unit - The Love of Books Unites Us 

ILAB - The Global Network of Rare Booksellers in 37 Countries
Est. 1948

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Latest Bookseller Catalogues


The New York International Antiquarian Book Fair 2019


Buddenbrooks, Inc.

Specialities : Americana , Maritime , Photography , Literature , Military , Travel

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List 4-2019 Economics and related subjects


Antiquariat Dieter Stecher

Specialities : Economics

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Online Auction #5 - Military History


Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers

Specialities : Military , Autographs , Australiana

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Liste SELAC - Salon Européen du Livre Ancien - Colmar 2019


Librairie La Jument Verte

Specialities : Local history , History , Manuscripts , Incunabula , Old and rare books , Religion , Prints and drawings , Curiosities , Freemasonry

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Type & Forme
Booksellers Worldwide
New to ILAB! Speaking to Anke Timmermann of Type & Forme and why rare books matter to a younger generation
Published on 30 May 2019
ILAB spoke to one of the newer members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, Anke Timmermann who jointly owns and runs the business Type & Forme with her partner Mark James: "...the printed book and manuscripts have lost none of their allure in the new millennium, and antiquarian books are arguably even better appreciated in recent years ... Social media, especially Instagram, have brought forth a new generation of bibliophiles..."
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Book Collecting Now Cover
New publication by Chatwin Books (US) looks at today's book collecting
Published on 14 May 2019
Indeed, “Books don’t just furnish a room,” Michael Dirda writes in Browsings. “. . . Digital texts are all well and good, but books on shelves are a presence in your life. As such, they become a part of your day-to-day existence, reminding you, chastising you, calling to you. Plus, book collecting is, hands down, the greatest pastime in the world.”
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Leonardo da Vinci's Library
Leonardo da Vinci: reflected in his library
Published on 06 May 2019
Leonardo da Vinci was a tireless and inquisitive reader. He owned more than 200 books about science and technology as well as literary and religious topics. An exhibition organized by the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science and the Berlin State Library at the Museo Galileo in Florence sheds new light on the intellectual cosmos of the artist, engineer, and philosopher, who remains as fascinating as ever 500 years after his death.
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