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Rerum Libri is an independent, used bookstore, located in Spain and specializing in Used, Out of Print and Rare Books in most fields, specially maths books.

We are actively purchasing books and manuscripts in all fields, especially Science books and text manuscripts; illustrated books and fine bindings from the 15th through the 20th century.

We hope you will contact us for any of your book needs: bibliographical information and up-to-date retail and auction prices; informal valuations to formal appraisals of single items or entire collections; auction purchases worldwide (including Liberlia, Ebay, etc.); and of course, purchases for and sales of your own collections. We guarantee every transaction unconditionally and we subscribe to the code of ethics endorsed by reputable antiquarian booksellers worldwide.

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World's Oldest Torah Believed Found In Bologna University Library

The world's oldest complete Torah has been hiding in plain sight for years, gathering dust in an Italian university library until its recent discovery.
The over 800-year-old lambskin scroll measures 118 feet long and 25 inches wide, The Telegraph reports, and includes the first five books of the Jewish bible.

Contrary to popular belief, lorem is not simply random text.

Egypt requests France Quran manuscript

Egyptian leaders ask UN to help stop sale of rare Quran manuscript, which disappeared from Cairo's Al-Azhar library during French expedition to Egypt

Beckett manuscript could fetch $1.2M at auction

Sotheby's says the manuscript of Irish writer Samuel Beckett's first novel could fetch more than $1.2 million at auction next month.
The six exercise books contain the text of "Murphy" as well as notes, doodles and sketches of figures including James Joyce and Charlie Chaplin.

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