Booksellers Association is the senior
trade association for dealers in rare and fine books,
manuscripts and allied materials in the British Isles.
This year it celebrates its centenary.
Carnegie Heritage Centre. This listed building has been rescued by the Carnegie Heritage Action Team and is now the home of the East Yorkshire Family History Society and the book binders Stephen Ingram & David Robinson
of Coleridge aims to foster interest in
the life and works of the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge
and his circle, and to support Coleridge Cottage in
Nether Stowey, Somerset, through co-operation with
the National Trust.
Heritage Bookshop specializes in fine copies of rare books and first editions. We maintain one of the finest inventories of rare books and manuscripts in the world.
The Hull and District Local History Research Group is made up of individuals who share a common interest in the history of Hull and the surrounding area. The aim of the group is to expand their knowledge of local history and to share it with others.
Byron Society provides links to the
national Byron Societies around the world, organises
an annual International Byron Conference and promotes
Byron & his work.
League of Antiquarian Booksellers federates
20 national associations representing almost 2000 leading
booksellers in 31 countries.
Booksellers Fairs Association was
set up to provide provincial bookdealers with a shop
window in London by holding a regular book fair. More
than a quarter of a century on they have over 650 members
and organise over 100 book fairs a year in the UK.
Reggie Tyrwhitt, Illustrator specialising in the depiction of houses, family homes, flats, and business premises.
Sarah Key Books specialising in Childrens & Illustrated books.
has information on rare, antiquarian, and secondhand
booksellers in York and Yorkshire with full
details of all the booksellers and bookshops within a
50 mile radius of York Minster.