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Get Your Old Lit On: The Antiquarian Book Fair

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If old and rare books are your thing, you're in luck this weekend. The 41st California International Antiquarian Book Fair opens at 2pm today and runs through Sunday.

Ever wanted a first edition of Raymond Chandler's The Big Sleep? Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451? The first three Harry Potter books? This is your chance! Over 200 exhibitors from all over the globe will be on hand to offer you a peek into their rare and much-sought after book collections. There will be first editions of 20th century literature, books with cool typography (for font-heads!), old travel & exploration books with old maps and books with original engravings by Rembrandt, Picasso and Miro.