||ABAA: Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America, with information for book collectors and the antiquarian book trade. You may search for a book, look for upcoming bookfairs, subscribe to the ABAA Newsletter and learn more about the|
|ILAB: The International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, a federation of twenty national associations of booksellers, offers news on antiquarian books and the antiquarian trade, book collecting resources, a glossary of terms as well as book|
offerings by ILAB members.
|RBS: Founded in 1983 and since 1993 based at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Rare Book School (RBS) offers a variety of five-day non-credit courses related to antiquarian books and manuscripts, on subjects ranging from medieval|
paleography to modern fine printing.
|viaLibri: viaLibri, Resources for Bibliophiles, searches eleven book sites for antiquarian titles, offers a library search, and features on-line catalogues.|
RBMS: The Rare Books and Manuscript Section of the American Library Association has on-line "Your Old Books", a brochure written in consultation with the ABAA. "Your Old Books" answers frequently asked questions regarding antiquarian books.
|Library of Congress: The Library of Congress website offers information on the Library's current exhibitions, its catalogues as well as a gateway to other library catalogues, and web broadcasts. Its vast digital project, American Memory, is a resource for images and descriptions of maps, photographs, documents, and audio recordings documenting American culture and history.|