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ICOM - The International Council of Museums

ICOM - The International Council of Museums

Museum 2.0 World Digital Library Home Lord Culture - Conseil en ingénierie culturelle - Muséologie Museumsdokumentation / museumdat Home - International Council on Monuments and Sites Your Old Books Anyone with an interest in translations of Your Old Books into other languages should contact the current chair of the RBMS Publications Committee. Your Old Books is also available as a compact PDF version. RBMS Publications Committee (Revision 2011) This guide addresses some frequently asked questions about rare and older books and their values. Questions Covered: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 1. Millions of books, pamphlets, magazines, newspapers, and broadsides have been published since the invention of printing more than five hundred years ago. 2. People value books either because of their contents or because of their physical characteristics. 3. A book known to exist in only a few copies may have significant monetary value if collectors and libraries prize it. 4. Age by itself is not enough to make a book valuable. 5. 6. Condition refers to a book’s physical appearance and the completeness of its contents. 7. 8. Bibles Encyclopedias

Ministère de la culture - Direction générale des patrimoines - Service des musées de France - Joconde, portail des collections des musées de France Carpeaux Jean-Baptiste, Flore, détail, haut-relief, terre cuite, 1873, Paris, musée du Louvre département des Sculptures, © P. Philibert1/27 Laie de Cahors ; époque gallo-romaine ; Saint-Germain-en-Laye, musée d'archéologie nationale © Loïc Hamon2/27 Moiroux, asseau, acier fondu et bois taillé, Bourg-en-Bresse, musées des Pays de l'Ain, © Georges Alves ; Reproduction soumise à autorisation3/27 Liotard Jean-Etienne, M. Levett et Mlle Hélène Glavany en costume turc, huile sur carton, vers 1740, Paris ; musée du Louvre département des Peintures, © Michèle Bellot, R.G. Ojeda, P. Allemagne, la visite des Saintes femmes au tombeau, ivoire, bas-relief, 1ère moitié 11e siècle, Dole, musée des beaux-arts, © Jean-Loup Mathieu (Eurêka) - utilisation soumise à autorisation27/27

Valsts Kultūrkapitāla fonds Lūdzam pievērst uzmanību, ka mainīta VKKF atskaites veidlapa! Valsts kultūrkapitāla fonds (VKKF) ir publisks nodibinājums, kas darbojas saskaņā ar tā likumu un nolikumu. VKKF mērķis ir veicināt līdzsvarotu kultūras un mākslas nozaru jaunrades attīstību un kultūras mantojuma saglabāšanu valstī saskaņā ar valsts kultūrpolitikas vadlīnijām. Fonds neveic komercdarbību, un tā mērķis nav gūt peļņu. VKKF uzdevumi ir: piesaistīt, uzkrāt, pārvaldīt un sadalīt līdzekļus kultūras projektu īstenošanai un mūža stipendijām izciliem kultūras un mākslas darbiniekiem par mūža ieguldījumu kultūras un mākslas attīstībā; izsludināt un organizēt projektu konkursus finansējuma saņemšanai; mērķtiecīgi un efektīvi apsaimniekot Fondam piešķirtos valsts līdzekļus, nodrošinot kontroli pār to izlietojumu; nodrošināt savas darbības pilnīgu atklātumu. VKKF finansiāli atbalsta fizisko un juridisko personu īstenotos projektus, kas: Papildinformācija: Edgars Vērpe, tālrunis 67503177 e-pasts: edgars@kkf.lv

Dewey Decimal in the UIUC Bookstacks So, you think you know about Dewey Decimal numbers, huh? But have you ever seen a monster like this: "Help!" This tutorial is right for you if you're: someone who wants to learn how to find books on the shelf a new employee who needs to learn how to put books back on the shelf just plain curious about what all those letters and numbers mean This tutorial is not appropriate for children under the age of three. For a more detailed discussion of the goals and objectives, please look at the Background page.

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