Oak Knoll Books was founded by Robert D. Fleck in 1976 to fill a void in the booksellers world. At the time, there were virtually no antiquarian booksellers who specialized in both out-of-print and in-print books about books, book trade history and the book arts. Today, Oak Knoll Books maintains an inventory of about 20,000 titles and a rapidly growing backlist of over 950 titles published and distributed under its imprint, Oak Knoll Press. Specialties include books about book collecting, bookselling, bibliography, libraries, publishing, private press printing, fine printing, bookbinding, book design, book illustration, calligraphy, graphic arts, marbling, papermaking, printing, typography. Oak Knoll is located in the historic colonial town of New Castle, next to the Delaware River. Bob Fleck is ILAB Member of Honour. He was ILAB Vice President from 2000 to 2002, and ILAB President from 2002 to 2006.
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