The ANZAAB Sydney Rare Book Fair will be held on 1st and 2nd November 2019
The Fair will be held in the historic MacLaurin Hall at the University of Sydney, which long ago housed the original Fisher Library.
The Fair hours will be: Friday 1st November 1pm to 7pm and Saturday 2nd November 10am to 4pm.
The Fair will be held in conjunction with Sydney Rare Book Week, organised jointly by the University of Sydney and the State Library of New South Wales, in the week leading up to the Book Fair.
Various book-related events and talks are scheduled. The program and dates will be provided closer to the event.
ANZAAB held its Melbourne Rare Book Fair 2019 from 12 - 14 July at Wilson Hall, The University of Melbourne.
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The Eighth Melbourne Rare Book Week took place from 5 July 2019 to 14 July 2019.
It is with great pride that ANZAAB announces that member Sally Burdon of Asia Bookroom, in Canberra, was elected unopposed to the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers' (ILAB) Presidency at its National Presidents' Meeting in Pasadena, California on 4 February 2018. She will hold the chair until September 2020.
It is of interest that since the inception of ILAB in 1947 there have only been two female Presidents. The first was Kay Craddock (Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller) from Melbourne who held the ILAB chair from 2001 to 2003, and now Sally Burdon.
The ANZAB Board and membership wish Sally a successful and productive Presidency.
Would it help if you could get regular advice from an experienced ILAB antiquarian bookseller in your field?
The International League of Antiquarian Booksellers has launched a free Mentoring Programme to help young or recently established booksellers throughout the world. The aim of the programme is to offer support and advice when it is most needed in the early days of a bookseller’s career. Experienced ILAB specialists are offering their time as unpaid mentors on all aspects of antiquarian bookselling: buying and selling, whether from bricks-and-mortar or on the internet, cataloguing, day-to-day operations, and book fairs. Whether you are looking for specialized advice from a dealer on the other side of the world, or face-to-face discussions with one closer to home, the ILAB Mentoring Programme may be for you. A link to the current list of mentors and their specialities can be found in the Education section on the ILAB website: www.ilab.org For more information and an application email ILAB
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The Australian & New Zealand Association of Antiquarian Booksellers (ANZAAB), which was formed in 1977, has 56 full members today, who, together with the other categories of ANZAAB membership, associate, retired, life and honorary make up a total membership of 79.
ANZAAB is the professional body which represents the members of the antiquarian book business in Australia and New Zealand. It aims to promote antiquarian bookselling and collecting; it makes statements on matters affecting these topics on behalf of its members.
The ANZAAB Code of Ethics may be seen by clicking on the preceding link.
The association organises a regular series of antiquarian book fairs in major cities.
Like many national associations, ANZAAB is affiliated with the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers. Like other national associations it sets out standards of commercial behaviour to which its members voluntarily adhere. It encourages the observance of the courtesies and honourable practices traditionally associated with the trade. In particular, ANZAAB seeks to encourage its members to achieve high standards of accuracy in descriptions of materials offered for sale.
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