We haven’t done a proper catalogue review for some time, but the relevancy and winking good cheer…
Our Bright Young Collectors series continues today with Tristan Galloway, of Nampa, Idaho, who…
An exhibition at Yale’s Lillian Goldman Law Library, now online for virtual viewing, exposes…
A few auctions to keep an eye on: University Archives holds a 261-lot sale of Rare Books,…
Rare Book School has just released a 15-minute documentary called Presswork, a remarkable…
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) is perhaps best remembered for creating the intrepid detective…
Call it a happy coincidence, but a first English edition of P.G. Wodehouse’s 1931 novel, Big Money…
A quick note today to congratulate writer Eve M. Kahn, whose 2019 book, Forever Seeing New Beauties…
In 1935, the publishing company, Little, Brown commissioned N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945) to create the…
Chicago — Potter and Potter's mid-spring event conjured up both international attention as well as…
Coral Gables, FL – An important collection of 37 original British patent letters pertaining to…
New York — This rare working manuscript takes us back to Nashville in the early months of 1966,…
Berkeley, California – PBA Galleries announces the collection of California collector George E.…
Chicago — Hindman will continue to host remote auctions in the month of May with a week-long line…
The Independent Online Booksellers Association (IOBA) is proud to announce its first virtual…
New York — Until now, book fairs have been the place where dealers and customers came together to…
New York — The New York Society Library is proud to announce the winners of the 2019 New York City…
London — Due to the ongoing uncertainties related to the COVID-19 situation, the Antiquarian…
Wodehouse collection

Notable Wodehouse Collection Heads to Auction

Rebecca Rego Barry

A first English edition of P.G. Wodehouse’s 1931 novel, Big Money, in its rare first issue dust jacket just might make top lot at auction.

The title page from Nova Reperta

Renaissance RE-Invention

Suzanne Karr Schmidt

The Newberry Library readies an unprecedented exhibition studying the Nova Reperta, a sixteenth-century print series that celebrated the technology of the times.

Casino Royale first edition

James Bond Sweeps Chicago Sale

Potter & Potter Auctions' Fine Books and Manuscripts Sale event, streamed live from the auction gallery and conducted entirely online and through telephone bidding, was a dramatic success.

Canyon de Chelly by Edward Curtis,1904. Gelatin silver border print.

How Photographic Innovation Brought Edward Curtis’s Images to Life

Though photographer and ethnographer Edward Curtis’s The North American Indian is an iconic work in the American historical canon, Christopher Cardozo, an Edward Curtis scholar, estimates most people are only familiar with 2–5 percent of Curtis’s work.