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Metropolitan Antiquarian Book Fair, 4/16-19



While you are in New York, visit the Metropolitan Antiquarian Book Fair,
April 16-19, 110 West 19th Street, tel. 212 463 0200, opening night
6:00PM-10:00PM

Mike Harris/booknet wrote:

  Book lovers and collectors! The 37th annual New York Antiquarian
  Book Fair,
  the oldest antiquarian book show in the nation, will again be held
  in New
  York City at the Park Avenue Armory on Park Avenue at 67th Street.
  This
  prestigious show will run from Thursday, April 17 through Sunday,
  April
  20th. Dealers will be offering the best available in rare and
  collectible
  books, maps and autographs in a wide range of fields including
  literature,
  fine bindings, modern first editions, Americana, Children's Books,
  Illustrated Books and more.

  Sponsored by the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America,
  the only
  national organization committed to the profession of rare book
  selling,
  this year's fair will feature 174 distinguished and knowledgeable
  booksellers -- one-third from outside the United States -- all of
  whom are
  committed to strict professional standards and ethics.  For more
  information on the fair and on the participating dealers, you can
  visit the
  New York Antiquarian Book Fair Web Site:
  http://www.abaa-booknet.com/usa/nyfair/  Most of the attending
  dealers are
  accessible via Internet, and many have current on-line catalogs.

  Curious about an antiquarian book in your possession? The fair will
  offer
  two "Discovery Days" where the public can bring their books for free

  appraisal and expert opinion. These sessions will run from noon to
  3:00
  p.m. on Saturday, April 19 and Sunday, April 20.

  Opening night is Thursday, April 17th. This preview night is open to
  the
  public from 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  Admission for the preview is
  $25.00,
  good for readmission through the entire fair. Friday the show's
  hours are
  Noon - 9:00 pm; Saturday the show runs from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
  and
  Sunday's hours are 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission for a single
  day is
  $10.00 and a 3-day pass is $20.00.

  The fair is wheel-chair accessible and a cafe is available for
  refreshments. The New York Antiquarian Book Fair is produced and
  managed by
  Sanford L. Smith & Associates. For more information they can be
  contacted
  at (212) 777-5218.
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