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History of Printing in Austria - Druckfrisch. Der Innsbrucker Wagner-Verlag und der Buchdruck in Tirol

Publié le 04 Juin 2014
375 years ago Michael Wagner, a printer from Augsburg in Germany, founded a publishing house in Innsbruck, Austria, which is still existing today: Universitätsverlag Wagner. To celebrate the 375th anniversary of the publisher the Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum has organized an impressive exhibition from 13th June to 26th October, 2014, accompanied by an attractive programme with lectures, concerts, guided tours, a children's workshop, and a conference with leading Austrian and international scholars and scientists, among them ILAB Patron of Honour Murray G. Hall.
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A Brief History of Broadsides

Publié le 07 Juin 2013
Samuel F Haven, former librarian for the American Antiquarian Society, presided over one of the largest collections of broadsides in the world. Historians and rare book collectors alike cherish broadsides because they offer snapshots of moments in time, helping us to understand the zeitgeist of that era. Broadsides make ideal complements to a rare book collection, granting the collection greater depth and context.
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The 15th Century Equivalent of Your Cat Walking on Your Keyboard

Publié le 26 Fév. 2013
"The 15th century equivalent of your cat walking on your keyboard", writes Rebecca J. Rosen, senior associate editor at The Atlantic, are ink pawprints in early printed books. "For cat owners, the scene is too familiar: You sit down to finally (finally!) get some work done, and along comes kitty, here to stroll across your keyboard." During the 15th century the ancestors of our beloved kitties walked across - incunabula. What is a big disgrace (or humiliation) for every serious collector, is nothing more than an everyday occurrence for cat lovers.
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Early Engraver Played His Cards Right

Publié le 08 Nov. 2012
The "Meister der Spielkarten", or "The Master of the Playing Cards" is known only through the 106 engravings that have been attributed to him, including the set of playing cards that he is named for. The term "master" is reserved for someone who has completed an apprenticeship and ran his own workshop, teaching apprentices. His presumed students are also unknown but have similar names, such as "The Master of the Nuremberg Passion", "The Master of 1446", and "The Master of the Banderoles".
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CONGRÈS DE LA LILA, BUDAPEST 2016 - OFFRE DE BOURSE D’ÉTUDES POUR DEUX JEUNES LIBRAIRES

L'Association Hongroise de la Librairie Ancienne est fière de pouvoir offrir à DEUX JEUNES LIBRAIRES la possibilité de participer gratuitement au 42e Congrès de la LILA qui aura lieu à Budapest du 21 au 23 septembre 2016. Nous vous prions de nous envoyer les dossiers de candidature de jeunes libraires de votre choix jusqu'au 31 mai 2016. Les dossiers de candidature doivent être accompagnés d'une lettre d'appui rédigée par le président de votre association nationale, précisant comment le candidat pourra profiter de sa participation éventuelle au congrès, comment cela pourra enrichir votre association et comment le candidat pourra contribuer à l'événement. Une fois que les candidatures nous seront transmises, l'Association Hongroise de la Librairie Ancienne et la direction de la LILA choisiront ensemble les candidats chanceux qui pourront participer gratuitement au Congrès, et dont le logement sera payé par l'Association Hongroise de la Librairie Ancienne. Ces candidats ne devront prendre en charge que les frais de leur voyage.
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The Deaths of the Bronte Family

Marie Bronte died of tuberculosis or cancer in 1821 at the age of 38. She left behind the most remarkable English/Irish writing family known to the world.
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“Gelos” – Rare Book Auctions in Russia

Gelos was established in Moscow in 1988 and is renowned for being the leading Fine Art and Antiquities auctioneers throughout Russia, with offices throughout Europe in Paris, Madrid, Vienna, Prague, Riga, Warsaw and, recently opened, in London (Knightsbridge). It is the largest auction house in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). The company carries out appraisals and makes expert examinations, holds auction sales, sells antiquities from its galleries and salons, forms private and corporate collections. Selling at auctions is generally practised and widely spread in the West. On the Russian market Gelos' activities are innovative. A report by Alena Lavrenova.
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BOOKS GO LIVE! – The London International Antiquarian Book Fair

The Antiquarian Booksellers' Association's London International Antiquarian Book Fair features a range of special activities in the LIVE! zone at this year's fair which will be held at the National Hall, Olympia from Thursday 13th to Saturday 15th June 2013. They proudly present a variety of events: Lectures, Guided Tours and workshops, which will appeal to experienced collectors and bibliophiles as well as those just starting out.
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Christmas and The Private Library, Part 2

Perhaps most significant among such works of fiction were Washington Irving's The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon (1819-1820), which supposedly drew upon the tract Vindication of Christmas (1652) for many elements of its stories about Christmas; Clement Clarke Moore's A Visit from St. Nicholas (first published anonymously in New York's Troy Sentinel newspaper on 23 December 1823); and, most influential of all, Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol (1843) ... Learn more about Christmas books!
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Collecting Rare Books and First Editions - Alexandre Grothendieck and Survivre et Vivre

Survivre et Vivre was a radical environmentalist magazine which was issued c. 1970 to 1973, and published by the group of the same name, formed by the eccentric genius and founder of modern algebraic theory - the mathematician Alexandre Grothendieck, certainly one of the most fascinating figures in modern science.
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