The New York International Antiquarian Book Fair

Jane Greaves, New York-based journalist and host of Greaves Productions had a conversation with our Founder and CEO Bernard Shapero at the New York International Antiquarian Book Fair.

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Antiques Trade Gazette – Asian Art in London 2022

Ahead of Asian Art in London, 2022 we were delighted to be featured recently in Antiques Trade Gazette about the highlights of Indian and Islamic art.

The items will be on view from 20th October to 6th November in our New Bond Street bookshop and gallery.

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Antiques Trade Gazette – Egyptian visions in exhibitions

We were delighted to be featured recently in an editorial of Antiques Trade Gazette about Egyptian visions in exhibitions.⁠

Sainsbury Centre's exhibition 'Visions of Ancient Egypt' is now open until the end of the year. Don't miss out on the exhibition, where you will see the great art and design inspired by ancient Egypt, including our copy of 'Le Roman de la Momie'.

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Arterritory – ‘I am sort of 100 percent a book person’

Arterritory recently interviewed our CEO & Founder, Bernard Shapero.

'Collecting is an illness that all dealers want people to catch. There's no vaccine. There would never be a vaccine for collecting. It would be a disaster. So we are very keen for people to get ill with collecting, whether it's contemporary art or rare books or snuff boxes. It's all the same.'

Read the full interview here.

Mail Online – A hidden fortune on your bookshelf? From Winnie the Pooh to Alice in Wonderland – the classic children’s tales that could fetch up to £15,000

London-based bookstore Shapero's children's book expert Roddy Newlands told MailOnline children's books handed down through generations have gained in value over the decades. 

Mr Newlands added: 'One of the great things about children's books is that they are often handed down from generation to generation, even in these days of digitalisation and "screentime". 

'So you might have had a grandparent, great-grandparent (or even greater still) who would have acquired, for example, first editions of the Chronicles of Narnia, Rupert Bear annuals or the Peter Rabbit books when they were published, and no one would have realised their exponentially increasing value in the interim.'

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Art Daily – Shapero launches Emporium with incredible objects, from Raphael to Warhol, from renowned dealers

2020 has seen an exciting period of expansion for Shapero Rare Books and Shapero Gallery, moving into two vast new spaces on New Bond Street, as well as a new ground-floor gallery on Maddox Street for Shapero Modern. In addition to a suite of offices solely for Rare Books, New Bond Street will also house an exciting new Emporium, where a cornucopia of incredible objects come together under one roof.

Read the full article here.