Posted on 04/21/2022 at 01:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Many of us can't make it to the New York International Antiquarian Book Fair this weekend.
And fewer still can likely afford the top-billed goodies up for sale at it.
(The New York Times, which offers a preview of the fair, does say that some booths will in fact be selling "accessibly priced" materials.)
No matter your budget or location, though, you can indulge in the virtual version of window-shopping thanks to the NY Times's piece on the New York International Antiquarian Book Fair.
Among the featured treasures: Stephen Sondheim's letters and a miniature book made by Charlotte Brontë (today's literary birthday girl).
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