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Rare Books and the Rare Book Trade

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Salon International du Livre Ancien, Paris - 27th to 29th April, 2012

From manuscripts to avant-garde, from medieval psalm books with magnificent illuminations to handwritten letters by artists and writers like Picasso and Marcel Proust, from the great works of the great philosophers and thinkers to futurist manifestos: At the Paris International Antiquarian Book Fair bibliophiles will browse the shelves filled with thousands of stunningly diverse documents. Around 20.000 book fair visitors will enjoy the elegant venue of the Grand Palais and discover some of the most magnificent treasures from five centuries of book printing. When the Paris International Antiquarian Book Fair opens its doors to visitors from 27th to 29th April, the fair will be accompanied by various concerts, exhibitions and events.
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Why Collect Proofs?

Proof copies, if you follow your nose and are willing to take small risks, can be great investments - because even if the author doesn't "hit" and the monetary values don't go sky-high, you've still got a scarce, unusual, often textually significant version of the author's work.
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Michael Park

We are deeply saddened to learn that Michael Park, President of ABAC and owner of Greenfield Books in Winnipeg passed away on May 19, 2017. 
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La burocrazia che ci danneggia

A special law on books older than 50 years affects the rare book trade in Italy. Any books - despite their worth - which are older than 50 years must not be brought out of the country without permission. This law, says ALAI President Fabrizio Govi, affects the whole rare book trade.
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Michael Trenkle, Fachbegriffe im Antiquariat

From „A" for „Abklatsch" to „Z" for „Zinkdruck". Michael Trenkle has compiled a glossary of terms commonly used in the antiquarian book business.
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