Recent coverage of Daniel Crouch Rare Books and rare maps and atlases in the media.
21 March 2018
Daniel Crouch Rare Books offers what is dubbed the largest collection of maps of Japan ever to come on the open market at this week’s Tokyo Book Fair.
15 March 2018
Daniel Crouch Rare Books will exhibit at the 31st edition of TEFAF Maastricht, with a collection of maps, books and scientific instruments that emphasize the links between cartography, navigation and astronomy during the Age of Discovery.
2 March 2018
Daniel Crouch Rare Books brings a celestial atlas by Andreas Cellarius (c.1596–1665). Published in 1661, the Harmonia Macrocosmia was published in Amsterdam. It contains copper plate prints depicting the world systems of Ptolemy, Copernicus and Tycho Brahe. At the end are star maps of classical and other constellations.
28 February 2018
This March, Daniel Crouch Rare Books will exhibit the Jason C. Hubbard Collection at the Tokyo Book Fair (23 — 25 March).
8 December 2017
New York, London and Paris will be put on the map at the stand of Daniel Crouch Rare Books in the new year at the Winter Antiques Show in Park Avenue Armory in New York.
7 December 2017
Life’s luxuries may make sense for most on your list, but there’s always one person who seems impossible to please. That’s why we’ve tossed the budget in search of the most rarefied experiences and exotic goods.
5 December 2017
Daniel Crouch Rare Books will bring maps of three of the most exciting cities in the world to the Winter Antique Show, which runs from 19 — 28 January in New York’s Park Avenue Armory.
27 October 2017
The European Fine Art Fair, known as TEFAF and held every March in the southern Dutch city of Maastricht, had a reputation for stability: the same dealers year after year, bringing their choicest paintings, furniture, and diamond brooches to a well-heeled collector base. But a roiling art market, and increasingly eclectic tastes, led the Dutch fair to set out for New York — and to establish a pair of satellite events, spring and fall, that brought the gentility of Maastricht to a new American crowd.
20 October 2017
Before the iPhone and Google maps, the must-have portable geographical gadget was the pocket globe.