This work is a Publishing Pathway's edition of nine scholarly essays that were presented at the 2000 Birkbeck conference at the University of England. The subject at this conference was book auctions from the 17th century to the present. Nine leading bibliographical scholars presented the following essays: Michael Harris; Newspaper Advertising for Book Auctions before 1700, Giles Mandelbrote; The Organization of Book Auctions in Late Seventeenth-Century London, Nigel Ramsey; English Book Collectors and the Salerooms in the Eighteenth Century, T.A. Birrell; Books and Buyers in Seventeenth-Century English Auction Sales, Otto S. Lankhorst; Dutch Book Auctions in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century; and five more.W. T. Lowndes, Bibliographera#39;s Manual (1834), vol. 1, p. xii. 115. ... G. E. Bentley, Jr., BR, p. 266. Wealea#39;s ... The Sale of Richard Hebera#39;s Library Arnold Hunt What a 142 UNDER THE HAMMER: BOOK AUCTIONS SINCE THE 17TH CENTURY.
|Title||:||Under the Hammer|
|Author||:||Robin Myers, Michael Harris, Giles Mandelbrote|