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Rare Book Review is the world’s leading magazine for all those who love, collect and/or deal in rare and valuable books.

Launched in 1974, it covers printed items of all kinds, with the proviso that they should be rare and sought-after. Every issue is packed with the latest news from the rare book world, experts’ tips on how to make the best of your collection, in-depth author bibliographies and auction and fair previews to keep you one step ahead. You’ll also enjoy comment on the trade from its insiders, with columns by past ABAA president Tom Congalton and Ed Maggs, the Industry’s biggest character.

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From Dealers…

"Essential reading for the specialist collector and general book-lover alike." - D. J. Taylor

"I have been reading RARE since it first came out for its excellent, well thought out articles. It is a staple of my monthly reading and indispensable to all of us involved in the trade." - Anne Bromer, Bromer Booksellers

"Rare Book Review does a wonderful job of informing readers about trends in the market, upcoming shows and exhibitions, and keeps its finger on the pulse of the rare book world." - Bill Reese, William Reese and Company

The most collectable collectors’ magazine.” -Bernard Shapero, Shapero Rare Books

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"Congratulations on a mature and informative balance of features and reports. I look forward to my next issue."

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