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Book Collecting Basics - How to Identify First Editions by Grosset & Dunlap

Although publishers Grosset & Dunlap focused primarily on reprints, they did produce first editions. For book collectors, first edition identification is a vital skill. More often than not, conventions for distinguishing first editions vary from publishing house to publishing house. Take a moment to learn more about the history of Grosset & Dunlap and find out how to identify their first editions.
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Bibliographies - Incunabula

Online: Incunabula Short Title Catalogue (ISTC) - Union Catalogue of Incunabula (GKW) - Munich Incunabula Collection - INKA Catalogue of Incunabula, Tübingen - L. Hain, Repertorium bibliographicum - W. A. Copinger, Supplement to Hain's Repertorium Bibliographicum - Dietrich Reichling, Appendices ad Hainii-Copingeri - M. Pellechet, Catalogue Général des Incunables des Bibliothèques publiques de France - Alfred W. Pollard et al., Catalogue of books mostly from the presses of the first printers showing the progress of printing with movable metal types through the second half of the 15th century - Bancroft Library of Incunabula - History of the Book Title
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Paul Foster Books. First Catalogue 1993

Yesterday I received several boxes, from my Printer, containing my latest Catalogue. It is always an exciting time for a bookseller. Months of hard work, buying, researching and cataloguing the books, not to mention proof reading and checking photo images, have gone into this one little volume, and it is as near to publishing as most book dealers ever get. This latest catalogue is a selection of the more interesting items I have bought recently, listing 190 books over 48 text pages and with a sixteen page colour section full of photographs in the middle, the whole lot wrapped in colour printed, gloss finished, covers. It is a modest little booklet by some standards, but when I compare it to the catalogues I was producing back in the 1990's it seems a world away. My business, and my catalogues, have seen remarkable advances in technology over the last 20 years.
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Obituary to Dr. Hans Schneider - Nachruf Dr. Hans Schneider

Dr. Hans Schneider, antiquarian bookseller from Tutzing in Germany, passed away in April 2017 at the age of 96. Eberhard Köstler remembers Dr. Schneider, his legacy and a lifetime of building one of the most important antiquarian firms worldwide, specialising in music and music literature. 
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Collecting - Scheuchzer and the History of the Biblical Encyclopedia

Indeed, the early modern period saw an explosion of information, and scholars struggled to find ways to assimilate it all. Some of these methods may seem absurd by today's standards (such as Agostino Ramelli's 1588 conceptualization of a book wheel that would simultaneously hold up to 70 books open for comparison), but other methods have evolved to support and promote learning even today.
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Medieval Beauties, Revolutions, Mutinies, and Modern Art

The first event of the bibliophile's year, and one of the most traditional – From January 29 to 31, exhibitors from Germany, Australia, France, Italy, Great Britain, USA, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands offer masterpieces of book art and milestones in the history of ideas at the 49th Stuttgart Antiquarian Book Fair.
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