20 – 26 April 2020

Salon International du Livre Rare et de l’Objet d’Art

The Salon International du Livre Rare et de l’Objet d’Art offers rare and antique books along with unusual decorative items to collectors and dealers. The event began in 1984 as an ancient book fair, created by the Syndicat national de la Librairie Ancienne et Moderne (SLAM), and in recent years joined together with the Objet d’art fair. Today this Parisian art fair brings together a mix of beautiful prints, antique manuscripts, original letters, etchings, fashion illustrations, watercolours and vintage posters as well as ornamental artefacts. Approximately 150 sellers bring their exhibits to the show where visitors can examine the unusual selection and purchase what’s on offer. This art fair offers the opportunity to view rare and sought-after books and one-off items of interest.

Practical info Salon du Livre Rare 2020

Location

Grand Palais
Avenue Winston Churchill
75008 Paris
France

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Opening hours

23 April: 5pm – 10pm
(Vernissage By Invitation Only)
24-26 April: TBA

Entrance Fee

General Admission: €10
Children Under 18, Students: Free
Amis du Louvre/ BNF, Booksellersaffiliated with the ILAB…: Free

Mediums

Books
Manuscripts
Maps…

Art Periods

Antique
Modern
Contemporary

Contact

contact@salondulivrerare.paris
+33 (0) 1 43 29 46 38
Website

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