Hello. And greetings from England. When I was asked by the ABAA to become a contributor to The New Antiquarian, I was delighted. But what to write? Much is made of the differences between British and American English—two nations divided by a common language, and all that—and I'll admit that I enjoy discovering differences between the two forms of English on my regular visits to the US. There a... [more]
Doing research on some Irvin Faust typescripts, I stumbled across Brad Bigelow's amazing blog, Neglected Books, where he had done a retrospective of Faust's work in early 2010. Bigelow's celebration o... [more]
Forrest Media, a Canadian graphic design and media production company, put together a nice animated short on the history of typography. [more]
A small box shipped from a bookbinder in Bath, England sent to Santa Monica, CA has gone missing. Five books were returned, four pamphlets by Thomas Taylor, "the Platonist", each rebound in new full c... [more]
The Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America (ABAA) is a trade association of rare booksellers that was formed 60 years ago. We have 450 members who specialize in books in all fields, as well as maps, prints, documents and autographs. While our members sell, buy, and appraise books and printed matter, our staff can assist you with finding a bookseller and with other trade-related matters.