Recent coverage of Daniel Crouch Rare Books and rare maps and atlases in the media.

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Abu Dhabi Exhibit Displays Rare-Edition Quran

17 January 2019

From editions of the Holy Quran dating back hundreds of years to the first edition of the Arabian Nights, the unique display offers a breathtaking view of ancient Islam.

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Despite — or due to — technology, collectors covet rare texts and charts

27 December 2018

TOKYO — This year’s Tokyo International Antiquarian Book Fair attracted dealers, collectors and enthusiasts from around the world. But the undisputed star of the show was not books but a collection of nearly 850 maps of Japan and surrounding parts of Asia dating from 1522 to 1960, with 220 dating from before 1800.

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Highlights From TEFAF’s Fall Edition In New York:

30 October 2018

Old Master Paintings And Silver Skull Lighters

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With An Injection Of Funding From Art Basel Parent MCH…

5 July 2018

With An Injection Of Funding From Art Basel Parent MCH, Cross-Collecting Fair Masterpiece Presents High-End Objects For All

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Top 10 Must-sees at Masterpiece London

27 June 2018

Masterpiece London describes itself as the world’s leading cross-collecting fair,” which is shorthand for the fact that the fair offers everything one could want in terms of art, design, furniture and jewelry that spans the ages. You basically can furnish your house, decorate your walls and ornament your fingers, neck and wrists, all in one stop.

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Mob Map Set To Fetch Tens Of Thousands

4 June 2018

CHICAGO (CBS) — In London, a rare map from an infamous period in Chicago history could bring in more than $26,000 when it goes on sale next month.

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How Many Liquor Bottles Can You Find in This 1931 Map of Chicago?

4 June 2018

The Gangland Map” features drunken fish and goofy jokes alongside descriptions of brutal murders.

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A rare 1931 map of Chicago’s Gangland’ could be yours – for 20000 pounds

31 May 2018

In 1931, the same year Al Capone was finally locked up, a new map of Chicago was made.

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Al Capone’s murder map of Chicago

30 May 2018

The city of Chicago is where Al Capone made his name as probably the most infamous mobster in American history.

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The map that changed the world’ offered at London gallery for £100,000

30 April 2018

William Smith’s 1815 map of England and Wales represents a milestone in geological history and a pivotal moment in its creator’s colourful life.

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