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LILA

1981-1990

Publié le 17 Juil. 2013
Dans les années quatre-vingts, les congrès biannuels attiraient plusieurs centaines de délégués. Une certaine quantité de questions y étaient traitées (les sujets les plus récurrents concernaient les standards de collation, la formation des nouveaux libraires et nos relations avec les salles de vente).
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LILA

1991-2000

Publié le 17 Juil. 2013
Lors du 30e congrès de la LILA et la 13e Foire Internationale de Tokyo en 1990, l’Association de la Librairie Ancienne de Corée (ABAK) fut élue et devient le 18e membre de la Ligue.
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LILA

2001-2010

Publié le 17 Juil. 2013
Le début du 21e siècle vit pour la première fois  une femme à la présidence de la Ligue: la libraire australienne Kay Craddock fut élue présidente lors du Congrès et de la Foire Internationale d’Edimbourg en 2000. Elle a depuis été élue présidente d’honneur. Bob Fleck lui succéda entre 2002 et 2006, puis Michael Steinbach entre 2006 et 2008.
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LILA

Perspectives

Publié le 17 Juil. 2013
En 2008, le Prix de Bibliographie devint le Prix de Bibliographie LILA – Breslauer, afin d’honorer une importante donation de la Fondation Breslauer. Cette Fondation avait été créée par le Dr. Bernard H. Breslauer (1918 – 2004), un libraire membre de la LILA, qui avait une passion pour la bibliographie.
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LILA

Kaye, Copenhagen 1948

Publié le 08 Mars 2011
The International League of Antiquarian Booksellers - ILAB to English-speaking members, LILA to the French-speaking - came into being the following day. Its constitution, drawn up by the ten presidents, was approved by the general assembly, its officers and executive committee duly elected. Its birth had not been easy, the labor had been protracted, and it would suffer growing pains for years to come; but it was a wanted child, and the Danes saw to it that its christening was suitably celebrated.
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LILA

Einar Grønholt-Pedersen

Publié le 08 Mars 2011
The history of ILAB is full of personal memories. Since its beginnings the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers has been a highly effective business organization, a network for the professional book trade, and it has been more: The League is an international family.
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Georges A. Deny

Publié le 08 Mars 2011
Dans le monde du livre ancien et de la recherche bibliographique, deux personnages sont, jours après jours, confrontes à des problèmes de recherche, d'identification et d'évaluation d'oeuvres anciennes, précieuses ou non: Le Conservateur de bibliothèque et le libraire antiquaire.
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Mémoire du passé

Une sélection de nos archives

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Collecting Rare Books and First Editions - MS. A Literary Workshop

After a long search, I was able to track down what I believe to be all issues published of this early west coast little magazine of the Mimeograph Revolution, published "on behalf of the new writers of Southern California". Editorship is not explicitly named in any issue; the correspondence address for the first two issues was Talbot Wright, and changed to Stephen Matthews for subsequent issues.
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Collecting Artists' Books - Corrugations: Some Speculations on Australian Tin

The artist's book is a thriving art form in Australia. While books most typically convey ideas through their text, artists' books express meaning through a combination of illustrations, typography, and the form of the book itself. In Corrugations, Australian artist Katie Clemson worked in collaboration with the poet Anne Bell to capture the essence of the land where she grew up and create a tribute to a material that has become a characteristic part of Australia's architectural landscape: corrugated iron.
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Urgent alert: New EU import legislative will have detrimental impact on the rare book trade

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM ILAB on EU Regulation of 13 July 2017 which if adopted, will have disproportionate effect on rare book trade
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17th ILAB Breslauer Prize to be awarded in 2018 - submit titles now!

The ILAB Breslauer Prize for Bibliography will be awarded again in 2018 and is one of the most prestigious prizes in the field of bibliography.The final deadline to submit titles for the 2018 ILAB Breslauer Prize for Bibliography is approaching. Please submit titles by the end of April 2017 to the Prize Secretary, Fabrizio Govi.
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Collecting Music in Hungary

I procrastinated writing this text for a very long time, and I spent the last few weeks wondering why it was so hard to write about what I do. After some self-scrutiny it became clear that primarily, it was my laziness that prevented me from doing so. At the same time, I was also forced to realize that I would have to be painfully honest in this article, if I really intended to provide an authentic picture of collecting music in Hungary. It makes sense to start with institutional collections since private clients only rarely spend money on old sheet music, books on music and authographs.
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Congratulations to Travis Low, Winner of the Tavistock Books RBS Scholarship!

We're extremely pleased to announce that Travis Low of Ken Sanders Rare Books has won this year's Tavistock Books Scholarship to Rare Book School (RBS). Travis will take Joel Silver's course, Reference Sources for Researching Rare Books, at RBS in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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