Guest Exhibitors – located on the 1st Floor.
Creative Computing is based in Abingdon, near Oxford. It offers a variety of computer services, including database and website development. Its "Bookseller" cataloguing database system is used by many of the leading antiquarian booksellers in the UK and worldwide.
Telephone: 01235 539395
Otter Bookbinding Ltd
Book printing and binding; traditional fine binding; restoration and repair; boxes, folders and portfolios.
Telephone: 01730 352042
Private Libraries Association
E. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. We are an international association of people who love and collect books. We aim to share that love and enthusiasm by publishing books and articles on all aspects of the book, anything, in fact, that reflects the interests of our members. In 2016 we celebrated our 60th anniversary and intend to keep going for another sixty years. We publish four journals a year and in 2018 we will be publishing the latest of our books, Early Private Presses 1730-1900, a two-volume work by David Chambers, the well-known expert in this field. We will have the full range of our journals and publications available to buy at the fair.
R F Shipping Ltd
Telephone: 0203 002 6026
Roo Waterhouse Art
Celebrate your life in books with a bespoke 'Shelf Portrait'. Roo Waterhouse’s detailed oil paintings of treasured and iconic books build up a portrait to resonate with your stories and reflect your life and passions. Rather like Desert Island Discs... Which books would you choose?
Telephone: 07905 889773
T L Dallas (City) Ltd.
T L Dallas is one of the UK's leading independent Insurance Broking and Risk Management companies with offices throughout the UK. They are also PBFA approved.
Telephone: 020 7426 5330
The Institute of English Studies
The Institute of English Studies (School of Advanced Study, University of London) offers training in book, print, and manuscript studies through the London Rare Books School, Palaeography Summer School, and the MA/MRes in the History of the Book.
Telephone: 020 7862 8679
Universal Short Title Catalogue (USTC)
The Universal Short Title Catalogue Project presents "The Book at War" and "The Library, A Fragile History". The Universal Short Title Catalogue Project is a searchable resource providing free access to descriptions of over one million editions published throughout Europe between 1450 and 1700, along with 300,000 full digital reproductions. It is curated by the book history research team at the University of St Andrews led by Professor Andrew Pettegree and Dr Arthur der Weduwen. E. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Telephone: 01334 462903 (office)
Victoria Hall Hand Decorated Papers
Victoria makes hand marbled and paste papers with a particular interest in historic papers which are available from stock or may be ordered. Requests to match old papers are welcome, as are enquiries for use in modern editions & other applications. Gift products. Established 1989.
Telephone: 01328 701381