Upcoming Events

Ephemera Society Fair

 02/06/2019 – 02/06/2019

The Ephemera Society Summer Fair will be held on Sunday 2 June at the Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury, Coram Street, London WC1N 1HT.

 
Entry £3  All welcome
 
More info: 01923  829079  info@ephemera-society.org.uk
 

Ephemera Society Fair

 01/12/2019 – 01/12/2019

The Ephemera Society 2019 Winter Fair will be held Sunday 1 December at the Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury, Coram Street, London WC1N 1HT.

Entry £3  All welcome

More info: 01923 829079  info@ephemera-society.org.uk


Previous Events

​ABA Council Meeting

 05/12/2018 – 05/12/2017

Open to all members of the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association.

Lives in Book Trade History

 25/11/2018 – 26/11/2018

In celebration of the 40th year of the conference series, this year's annual conference on book trade history will explore some of the most important themes and developments in this field through the eyes and experience of some of its most widely respected exponents. Leading authorities will discuss their engagement with book trade history, looking back over their own work to identify the significant influences upon them and changes in focus and research methods over time.

The ABA Chelsea Rare Book Fair

 02/11/2018 – 03/11/2018


Held each Autumn in the beautiful and historic Chelsea Old Town Hall, this Fair brings together more than 80 exhibitors specialising in vintage and rare books, first editions, maps, prints and manuscripts form all over the world.  There's something for every interest - poetry, children's classics, modern fiction, gardening, cookery, sport, military, crime, art, architecture, travel...  Prices range from a few pounds to many thousands. Free themed guided tours for new collectors.

Register for free tickets

 

Book Trade History Conference 2017

 26/11/2017 – 27/11/2017

This year’s annual conference on book trade history will explore ways in which gender
has shaped the organization as well as the output of the trade from the early modern
period to the recent past. Issues relating to the management and practice of printing
and bookselling will be set alongside shifts in the patterns of demand, ownership and
readership, as men and women maintained or redefined their mutual roles in business
and employment, as well as in society at large.

View the full programme here

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