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History of the book

  • GIAQ e.G. http://www.giaq.de, a German cooperative of some 100 associates which are all antiquarian book sellers, mainly of German speaking books, who collectively own https://www.antiquariat.de, an internet platform offering antiquarian books held at about 400 dealers, containing ca. 5 millions of books. See also this blog related to the German speaking antiquarian book trade https://antiquariatsnotizen.blogspot.de/
  • Marelibri https://www.marelibri.com offers integrated access to booksellers united in ABAA, Antiqbook.com, Biblio, Books at PBFA,IOBA, Livre-Rare-Book.com, Maremagnum.com, Antiquariat.de and Uniliber.com with some 2000 dealers and approx. 20 million books (mostly in English, French, Italian, Spanish and some in German or Dutch)
  • The Reading Experience Database (RED) http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/RED/ run jointly by the Open University, UK and the British Library’s Centre for the Book
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