Recent coverage of Daniel Crouch Rare Books and rare maps and atlases in the media.
16 April 2011
Outside of the Gauguin prints, the highlight of the Sotheby’s prints auction was the set of woodcut star charts by Albert Durer (1471–1528) previewed in ATG no. 1981. Offered together they sold at £300,000, against a £120,000–180,000 estimate, to dealer Daniel Crouch.
29 January 2021
From an early Renaissance list of statutes stipulating the amount of wine that every man, woman, and child of Bologna would receive daily, to a chunky twentieth-century cocktail ring, you’ll hear about wacky objects and the wild stories behind them from some of the Winter Show’s most irreverent dealers: Daniel Crouch (Daniel Crouch Rare Books), Carrie Imberman (Kentshire), and Keegan Goepfert (Les Enluminures).
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19 March 2019
From the Nizam diamond to a carriage for the King of Spain, here are 10 delightful discoveries from the fair
11 May 2016
倫敦市中心西區的梅費爾（Mayfair）和聖詹姆士（St James’s）一帶，英式新古典與維多利亞建築中混合著濃濃的商業與藝術兼具的氣息，是高級時尚品牌零售店、藝術拍賣公司及商業藝廊的群聚地，古董地圖藝廊也在其中之列。這次筆者走進兩家風格相異的阿提爾藝廊（Altea Gallery）及丹尼爾柯拉曲奇書藝廊（Danial Crouch Rare Books），一探他們經手的珍奇古董地圖與地圖集，也與經營者聊起他們如何起家、經營定位、對買家的觀察，以及對於遠東市場的期待，透過不同面向的探訪，瞭解古董地圖藝廊的經營概貌。
31 January 2012
Daniel Crouch Rare Books, leading specialist in rare maps and atlases, will be exhibiting two fine and rare cartographic works at the Miami International Map Fair, by Ptolemy, and Jesuit monk Ferdinand Verbiest.
3 February 2011
The 1699 map of North America by John Thornton that sold for something like £200,000 at auction last month is back on the market: the buyer, Daniel Crouch, is bringing the map to the Miami International Map Fair this weekend, where he hopes to sell it for more than twice that price. Via MapHist.
31 August 2022
The new director is confident the fair will find its footing quickly
25 October 2016
It was in my last column that I wrote just how busy St. James’s specialist dealer in rare maps and atlases Daniel Crouch is at the moment. I was highlighting his exhibition of 200 prints and panoramas of 600 years of London which he showed at Frieze Masters before moving on to TEFAF New York where he currently shares a stand with Dutch rare books dealers Antiquariaat Forum.