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Collectors on Tour - Masonic Lodges in Constantinople (not Istanbul)

Publié le 21 Jan. 2016
Working with rare and valuable books has a tendency to make the extraordinary seem rather ordinary. You start to wonder how certain agglomerations of leather, cloth, paper and ink can be worth so much. These doubts are cast aside, however, when confronted with something which makes a personal connection with you. The truth is that books, letters and diaries provide the most direct links between individuals from the past and those living in the present. Although it is the messages they transmit which are invaluable, surely paper and ink are no less valuable as tangible markers of history than art or architecture?
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The Most Progressive Magazine of its Time, a Work of Art

Publié le 12 Avril 2011
"In Holland, the birthplace of De Stijl, modernism took various routs that ran the aesthetic gamut from hybridized Art Nouveau to systematic rationalism. Somewhere between these poles was the magazine Wendingen (Upheaval), one of the principal sources for the chronicling of twentieth-cetury design and architecture." The famous Dutch magazine Wendingen, published between 1918 and 1931, was dedicated to modern architecture and design. Stephen J. Gertz describes its influences on the history of art and modern aesthetics in the first half of the 20th century.
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Collecting Literary Treasures - The Wall Street Journal about Book Collecting in Modern Times

"Collecting books is about passion, not words. "There is nothing at all like the frisson one gets opening a book catalog and paging through, looking for treasures," says Annette Campbell-White, a prominent book collector and venture capitalist from New Zealand." Snippets from an excellent article by Goran Mijuk in The Wall Street Journal, mentioning the ILAB site as one of the best places for book collecting in modern times.
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Le Projet St Andrews

Depuis 1997, un groupe de chercheurs à l?Université de St Andrews a entrepris un ambitieux projet bibliographique : un recensement de tous les livres publiés en français avant 1601.
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Beautiful Bookbindings: A Thousand Years of the Bookbinder's Art, by P.J.M. Marks

From exquisite medieval bookbindings made of precious metals and jewels to the unique and highly imaginative creations of contemporary bookbinders, in his new publication P.J.M. Marks celebrates over hundred of the most beautiful bookbindings of the last thousand years
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The Cinderella of the Arts: A Short History of Sangorski & Sutcliffe

The Cinderella of the Arts, written by Rob Shepherd, charts the history of one of the most celebrated craft bookbinding workshops of the 20th century. Sangorski & Sutcliffe was founded in 1901 and within a few years the workshop had grown into the most important hand bindery of the Edwardian era.
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54th London International Antiquarian Book Fair - Interview with Robert Frew, ABA Chair of the Olympia Committee

From June 9 to 11, 2011, over 160 rare book dealers showcase a huge array of magnificent books, prints and manuscripts from the early beginnings of printing in the 15th century to today during the London International Antiquarian Book Fair. In its 54 years of existence the famous fair, organized by the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association (ABA) has become the leading destination for bibliophiles and collectors. An interview with Robert Frew, ABA Chair of the Olympia Committee.
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