Skip to main content
results: 1 - 8 / 79

articles

Rare Books and the Rare Book Trade
1494_image1_schoisengeier_video2014.jpg
Booksellers

In the Press - Rare Book Dealer Robert Schoisengeier featured in the TV series “Aufgetischt”

A great place to deal with rare and beautiful books, right in the heart of Vienna, a few steps away from the State Opera House and the "Museums-Quartier", next to the National Library and the famous Art Museum: Robert Schoisengeier has been running the Antiquariat Burgverlag in Vienna (Burgring 1 + 3) for many years. He is specialized in rare and fine books on art, architecture and literature with a main interest in illustrated books, prints and drawings. Schoisengeier exhibits at the international antiquarian book fairs, publishes catalogues, offers his books in the internet and – most of all – owns one of the most wonderful antiquarian bookshops. Now Robert Schoisengeier and his shop were featured in the TV series "Aufgetischt".
[…] Read More

From the Vault

A sneak peek in our archives

Article

FOR THE LOVE OF BOOKS! - Melbourne Rare Book Week, July 16 to 26, 2015

Once again, Melburnians, Victorians and interstate visitors will be drawn to Melbourne for a week full of interesting, amazing and outstanding events dedicated exclusively to the wonderful world of rare books and book collecting. Melbourne Rare Book Week commenced in 2012 as a partnership between the Australian and New Zealand Association of Antiquarian Booksellers (ANZAAB), the University of Melbourne and eight other literary institutions. In 2014, over 40 free events were held at libraries, literary and historical societies and bookshops throughout Melbourne, attracting local, national and international visitors. Now in its fourth year, Melbourne Rare Book Week is well established in the City of Melbourne's event calendar. It is a major attraction for book collectors, librarians and all who have a love of words, print on paper and literary heritage.
[…] Read More
Article

Bibliographies - Architecture

Online: Dictionary of Scottish Architects (DSA)
[…] Read More
Article

Collecting Rare Books and First Editions - Is "Flat Signed" Better?

This (or a variant of it) is probably the most often asked question I hear. What I'm talking about is, of course, whether it is better to buy a book (or get it autographed by the author) with just a signature alone or whether it is better to have it with a personalized inscription.
[…] Read More
Article

CABS 2017 - The Colorado Antiquarian Book Seminar (ABAA)

In less than a week, the Colorado Book Seminar, in the trade often referred to as CABS will start. A wonderful opportunity for students to learn from experts in the antiquarian book trade.
[…] Read More
Article

ILAB and VEBUKU - 5th ILAB Congress in Geneva in 1952, seen through the eyes of the former Mrs President Barbara Kaye Muir

In 2012 the ILAB affiliates will travel to Lucerne and Zurich on the occasion of the 40th ILAB Congress and 24th International Antiquarian Book Fair from 22nd to 30th September. Time to remember some of the joyful and noteworthy moments in the history of the League which took place in Switzerland. The 5th ILAB Congress was held in Geneva in 1952. It was the first Congress without William S. Kundig, ILAB's first president. Percy H. Muir and André Poursin were elected Presidents of Honour, Menno Hertzberger was made Father of the League. With George Blaizot as the new ILAB President a younger generation came up to determine ILAB's future. Besides all this, there was someone who played a prominent role during the farewell speeches: a mouse.
[…] Read More
Article

ILAB Internship in London. Part I: Olympia Antiquarian Book Fair

In 2011 the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers initiated an internship program which enables young books to spend some time in another country. They are hosted by ILAB booksellers, work in their businesses and learn a lot about rare bookselling. Valentina Rudnitskaya is one of four ILAB Interns from Russia who travelled to the United Kingdom, Hungary, Austria, Germany, Netherlands and Australia. Read her report.
[…] Read More
fermer la fenêtre