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Detail of the Sheldonian Theatre from David Loggan (1635-1700), Oxonia illustrata (1675).

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Andrew Dunning
30 October 2017 - 5:15pm
Weston Library Lecture Theatre, Broad Street, Oxford

The Oxford Bibliographical Society was founded in 1922 to encourage bibliographical research. Membership of the Society is available, on application, to all those interested in manuscripts, printed books and the arts and trades connected with them. Members may attend all the meetings, visits as appropriate, and receive the publications for the years of their membership free.

If you are interested in joining or re-joining the Society, please see the How to Join page.

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Latest News

A descriptive catalogue of the western manuscripts to c. 1600, in Christ Church, Oxford

The Oxford Bibliographical Society is pleased to announce the publication of the second in its Special Series of Manuscript Catalogues. The volume is A descriptive catalogue of the western manuscripts to c. 1600, in Christ Church, Oxford by Ralph Hanna and David Rundle. The volume retails at £100 but is free to members, existing and new (annual subscription £20).

OBS publications are now available from Blackwell's Rare Books

The Oxford Bibliographical Society's publications are now available from Blackwell's Rare Books in Oxford. 

Blackwell's will fulfil orders for new publications, and for those from the back-list, to members (at the special members' prices), non-members, institutions and the book-trade.  To order Monographs and titles from the Occasional Publications series please contact:

Blackwell's Rare Books
48-51 Broad Street
Oxford
OX1 3BQ

Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts of The Queen's College

The Oxford Bibliographical Society is pleased to announce the publication of the first in its Special Series of Manuscript Catalogues. The volume is Peter Kidd’s much-anticipated Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts of The Queen’s College, Oxford. The volume retails at £90 but is free to members, existing and new (annual subscription £20).