Only a few days left for you to visit the marvelous exhibition ‘Reading Between the Lines: Drawing Illustrations’ organized by the Getty Museum. You will see there extraordinary book illustrations from the 18th and 19th century.

Reading Between the Lines: Drawing Illustrations

Only a few days left for you to visit the marvelous exhibition ‘Reading Between the Lines: Drawing Illustrations’ organized by the Getty Museum. You will see there extraordinary book illustrations from the 18th and 19th century.

The Treasures of India

In 1670, Charles II granted the East India Company all the rights it needed to become a ‘state within a state’ in the Far East. In 1673, John Ogilby published a book for the benefit of investors wondering whether they should buy shares in the East India Company, describing the kind of profit there was to be made there.

The Treasures of India

In 1670, Charles II granted the East India Company all the rights it needed to become a ‘state within a state’ in the Far East. In 1673, John Ogilby published a book for the benefit of investors wondering whether they should buy shares in the East India Company, describing the kind of profit there was to be made there.

Our libraries

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Bookophile

About us

Bookophile is the idea of Jürg Conzett and Ursula Kampmann. It was born in the MoneyMuseum’s newly built library, out of a common thought about how we could transmit our love of books to others.

Bookophile

About us

Bookophile is the idea of Jürg Conzett and Ursula Kampmann. It was born in the MoneyMuseum’s newly built library, out of a common thought about how we could transmit our love of books to others.