One of the most influential - and certainly most iconic - cultural revolutions in American history, the Harlem Renaissance offers a compelling repertoire for both seasoned and novice book collectors. We've put together a beautiful gallery of high points to help start your collection here.
Started as a hobby by Virginia Woolf and her husband out of their house in 1917, Hogarth Press rose to become one of the most collectible presses of the 20th century.
Both favorites of the British crown, the binders Riviere and Bayntun each began independently in Bath before merging as Bayntun-Riviere in 1939 in London, from where it continues to produce fine, handcrafted bindings.
Perhaps most famous for his abecedarian book, Gorey illustrated dozens of books for adults as well as children with his characteristic macabre style and wit. Read more about Edward Gorey and his works here.
Biblio offers over 100 million used, rare and out-of-print books, but that's not truly what sets us apart. As discerning bibliophiles already know, less is often more. We work with the finest booksellers in the world to cultivate a truly remarkable collection that strikes the perfect balance between quantity and quality of selection.
Did you know that since 2004, Biblio has used its profits to build 12 public libraries in rural villages of South America? Read more about Biblio's EPIC bottom line.
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