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Rare Books and the Rare Book Trade
 
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Book Fairs

Seattle Book Fair Report by Douglas Stewart

Published on 19 Dec. 2018
After the Pasadena book fair in February this year I enjoyed a scenic drive up the Pacific Highway to Seattle, where I met up with the local dealers who invited me to come exhibit at the Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair in October. I thought that sounded like fun, so jumped back on the QF93 to attend my first book fair in the Pacific Northwest.
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The Bibliographical Society of America - Annual Meeting

The annual meeting of the Bibliographical Society of America will be held on Friday 29 January 2010 at the Grolier Club (47 East 60th Street, New York City) with an address by Eric Holzenberg (Director of the Grolier Club): "The Bibliophile as Bibliographer"
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SLAM Prize for Bibliography

Prix de Bibliographie SLAM 2013

Catalogues régionaux des incunables des bibliothèques publiques de France. Volume XVIII. Bibliothèque de l'École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts. Édité par Dominique Coq. Collection Histoire et civilisation du livre. École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE). Genève, Librairie Droz, 2012. 334 p., ill.
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Collecting - America's Gibson Girl: the Good Years

The period from 1900 to the First World War (what historian Walter Lord called "the good years" in America) was a rare time after plumbing and before the federal income tax was reintroduced, when Americans lived with confidence. Perhaps the epitome of that era was the Gibson Girl, an ideal of American feminism created by illustrator Charles Dana Gibson. She was beautiful, intelligent, sturdy and unruffled. She was created before the turn of the century and held sway for more than two decades.
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New US tariffs on products of Germany or the UK & its effects on the rare book trade

Message from ILAB President Sally Burdon to all ILAB affiliates in relation to the recently announced tariffs on Products of Germany or the United Kingdom.
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Looking back - Bison Books at the 43rd ILAB Congress

Aimee Peake of Bison Books, Winnipeg (Canada) looks back at her week in sunny California, filled with impressions of books, bookseller encounters and exhibiting at the California International Antiquarian Book Fair.
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Collecting F. Scott Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald, all but forgotten at the time of his death in 1940, is now one of the most eagerly collected American authors. His first two books This Side of Paradise and Flappers and Philosophers (both 1920) are very uncommon ...
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