Biblio: The Magazine for Collectors of Books, Manuscripts, and Ephemera.
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Complete run of the BIBLIO magazine (29 issues) from July-August 1996 through April 1999 [Volume 1 #1 - Volume 4 #4]. 80 to 96 pages each. Among the numerous articles are: "Protect Your Collections from Thieves"; "The Electronic World of Book Collecting"; "Book to Film Collecting"; "World War Posters"; "How I Built a Poor Man's Library" by Michael Harrison; "First Aid for Book Pages'; "Andrew Hoyem of Arion Press"; "Oprah Winfrey's Reading Revival"; "Confessions of a Nancy Drew Admirer"; "Big Bad Wolfe, The Writer in Full"; "The People's Library" among many others. Filled with ads of countless book dealers from the 1990s, along with articles covering numerous fields of collecting, visits to regional book dealers, auction previews and collectors interviews. A most useful and interesting gathering of information relating to books and the collecting of them. Bookseller Inventory # 10250
Title: Biblio: The Magazine for Collectors of Books...
Publisher: Aster Publishing Corporation., Eugene, Oregon
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Collectible-Fine
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