Daniel Crouch Rare Books launch New York expansion

BADA members and world renowned specialists in maps, atlases and rare books, Daniel Crouch Rare Books are expanding their operations to the United States with the opening of a new gallery in New York.

The premises, on 24 East 64th Street will include exhibition space and offices and will open on January 25th, to coincide with the prestigious Winter Antiques Show and New York Bibliography Week.

Speaking about the new venture Daniel Crouch said, “We are delighted to expand our business further into the US market. We have exhibited at fairs in New York, Miami, Palm Beach, San Francisco and Los Angeles for several years and believe that the time is now right to have a permanent space in the U.S.

“With premises in both London and New York we are better able to find wonderful items for collectors on both sides of the Atlantic. We prefer to think of ourselves less as ‘Brexiles’, and more as ‘Englishmen in New York’.”

Daniel Crouch Rare Books have placed pieces in many of the world’s leading public and private collections, including the two most expensive atlases ever sold.

The company also gives a proportion of its profits to charity and recently paid for the digitization of the atlases in the King’s Topographical Collection at the British Library.

For more information on Daniel Crouch Rare Books visit www.crouchrarebooks.com