Visit PBFA Fairs in February
15 February 2019
Visit Sherborne Book Fair
Visit Hornby Book Fair
Visit the Children's,Illustrated & Modern First editions book Fair
Visit Tunbridge Wells Book Fair
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 Book Fairs

The Book Fair Calendar - UK's only guide to all the secondhand and antiquarian book fairs, ephemera and postcard fairs, charity and library book sales.  Add your event here.

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14.02.19. ABA London Rare Book Fair announces 2019 dates and new partners ... more  Add a comment

13.02.19. I've just added this year's Winchester Book Fair dates, the first of which is March 9.  Add a comment

11.02.19. The Sherborne Book Fair on February 16 has been a feature of life in this delightful Dorset town for over 40 years. Held regularly 4 times a year on the third Saturday of the month in February, May, August, and November, the fair attracts booksellers from all over the Westcountry offering a great selection of books and Ephemera to suit all pockets, and admission is Free!  Add a comment

11.02.19. There will be approximately fifteen dealers at Hornby Book Fair on February 16, selling antiquarian and secondhand books, maps and ephemera. Café serving excellent home-made food. Parking nearby.  Add a comment

3.02.19. 85 booksellers of good calibre and great variety will assemble at the Cambridge Book Fair on February 15. They will bring a huge display of fabulous, desirable books, maps and printed goodies for you, our customers, to ogle, fondle and (we hope) purchase.  Add a comment

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UK book fairs range from the splendour of the ABA's London summer fair and the size of the PBFA's York fair in September, to the more sober (but often rewarding) regular regional fairs. Some of these are very small indeed, made up of perhaps a dozen or so dealers in a church hall - and they can be found all around the country.

Visiting even the smallest of these fairs can offer access to an extraordinary range of printed material - not just books but ephemera, prints, posters, maps - and increasingly you might also find postcards, photographs, vinyl, and sometimes associated collectables

So whilst it's true that the number of book fairs has declined from their heyday in the 1990's (when Drif blamed them for denuding many provincial shops of their better books) they continue to play a vital role in the touchy- feely world of physical book buying.

And you can play a part in ensuring that they continue to thrive by sharing your thoughts and experiences in a review - there is a comment link on every listing.

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