Sources for Book Values and Book Collecting
Internet Sites Related to Book Collecting
AIC Guidelines for Selecting a Conservator
Information from the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works on how to select a conservation practitioner. Contact information for the AIC office is given; on request, they will provide a geographic listing of conservators, by specialization, who can provide the type of service required.
Simultaneously searches several online bookstores. Provides a comparative overview of current bookseller’s pricing.
Books and Book Collecting
Comprehensive collection of links to sites and resources related to book collecting.
Book Information Website
Covers history of printing, publishing, paper, binding, book trade, etc., with related links.
Oxford University Early Printed Books Project
Gateway to the world of early printed books. Links to libraries, special collections, web exhibitions, and other information resources.
Brings together some basic documents related to British and American private presses of the 19th and 20th centuries. Selected links to other bibliophilic sites on the Web.
“Your Old Books”
Essay guide covering frequently asked questions about rare books and values such as “What makes a book rare?” and “How can I be sure that a dealer will give me a fair price?”