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Rare Books and the Rare Book Trade
Book Fairs

News from Stockholm!

Published on 15 March 2018
On Saturday 17th March, the 2018 edition of the annual Stockholm Antiquarian Book Fair will open its doors! We spoke to Mats Peterson, owner of Stockholm's Centralantikvariatet in Stockholm and President of the Swedish association SVAF.
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Congresses and Meetings

2017 - Copenhagen

Published on 16 Aug. 2017
Every year, the presidents of all 22 national antiquarian bookseller’s associations that form the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB), meet at the President’s Meeting or an ILAB Congress. For 2017, the Danish Antiquarian Bookseller’s Association ABF has invited the international rare book trade to Copenhagen. This will be a week of formal meetings with reports and updates from each country, but it is also a week of exchanging ideas with colleagues, networking and a programme to visit some of Copenhagen’s cultural and bibliophile treasures!
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From the Vault

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Bibliographies - Places of Printing

Online: Emil Ottokar Weller, "Die falschen und fingirten druckorte" - CERL Thesaurus - Graesse, Orbis Latinus - Cathedral Libraries Catalogue - Latin Place Names
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Brussels 2017

BRUSSELS RARE BOOK & PRINT FAIR    22 - 24 June 2017 
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Charity Auction to Support Literacy – How celebrates UNESCO World Book & Copyright Day

There are only a few ILAB affiliates in Africa, ABA member Paul Mills is one of them. He runs Clarke's Africana & Books and has launched a platform established by rare book dealers especially for dealers: Shortly before April 23, will start a benefit auction ending on UNESCO World Book & Copyright Day, coinciding with the ILAB Pop Up Fairs worldwide and donating the money to the ILAB/UNESCO fundraising to fight illiteracy in South Sudan.
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Yushodo - A Case for a Decisive Transition from the Past to Future

One harsh reality for booksellers in Japan is that the total sales of books is declining every year. The decline itself would not be of much concern if we were seeing an increase in the sales of eBooks. But unfortunately this is not the case. If we define books as a means by which one acquires information, Google already has the upper hand over all of us. Would "real" printed books survive this rapid development of information technologies? If so, what would the eBooks-to-printed books ratio look like in the future?
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110 Degrees of Archer City

As the roaming gangs of reporters, videographers, bloggers, and other media mavens have already made abundantly clear, Larry McMurtry held a two-day book auction – maybe more accurately, he held an event – in order to clear three of the four buildings in Archer City, Texas that he has packed full of the carefully selected better used and medium rare books that he has amassed in over a half century of bookscouting.
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