www.abac.org The Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of Canada was founded in 1966 with the aim of fostering interest in rare books and manuscripts and maintaining high standards in the antiquarian book trade. Ottawa, ON K1N 7G3

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Membership in the Association is restricted to booksellers who have a minimum of three years' experience and can provide four recommendations from members in good standing who can vouch for the applicant's expertise and integrity. Election is at the discretion of the executive.

ABAC booksellers offer a broad variety of antiquarian and rare material which they are qualified to describe, authenticate and guarantee. They are also available to provide guidance to individuals and institutions building collections within the firm's specialty subjects.

Our member firms also continually require replenishment of their stocks so they are always eager to purchase individual items and collections of merit as well as general libraries.

Abelard Books, About Books, Acadia Art and Rare Books, Martin Ahvenus, Alexander Books, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, Alphabet Bookshop.

c/o 368 Dalhousie Street, 
Suite 301, 
Ottawa, ON  
K1N 7G3


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