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Ken Gloss

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Brattle Book Shop

HQ Phone:  (617) 542-0210

Email: k***@***.com

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Brattle Book Shop

9 W St

Boston, Massachusetts,02111

United States

Company Description

The Brattle Book Shop was founded in the Cornhill section of Boston in 1825 and has been in the hands of the Gloss Family since 1949. Over the years George and his son Kenneth built this shop into one of the largest antiquarian bookshops in the country. Hous... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Appraiser

Antiques Roadshow Insider


Affiliations

The Downtown Boston BID

Advisory Board Member


Downtown Crossing

Board Member


Boston Public Library

Member of the Advisory Committee


USS Constitution Museum

Member of the Advisory Board


New England Antiquarian Booksellers Association

Member and President


Friends

Executive Board Member


The Bostonian Society

Member


Massachusetts Historical Society

Fellow


Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America

President


Education

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chemistry


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Brattle Book Shop Owner Ken Gloss
Brattle Book Shop Owner Ken Gloss Ken Gloss is the guy the Antiques Roadshow folks turn to when they need to know something about old books.


www.wilmlibrary.org

Ken Gloss, rare book dealer and owner of Brattle Book Shop Colors Alive!Local Artists', demonstrations


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2005/09/27: Treasures in Your Attic. Lecture by Ken GlossLecture by Ken GlossDate Sep 27, 2005Treasures in Your Attic.Lecture by Ken Gloss of the Brattle Book Shop.Learn more about those old books on your shelf.


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Ken Gloss, proprietor of Brattle Book Shop, sill speak at the Princeton Public Library on Thursday.COURTESY BRATTLEBOOKSHOP.COM
Ken Gloss, proprietor of Brattle Book Shop, sill speak at the Princeton Public Library on Thursday. COURTESY BRATTLEBOOKSHOP.COM PRINCETON -- Kenneth Gloss, proprietor of the internationally known Brattle Book Shop in Boston's Downtown Crossing section, will give a free talk Thursday on the value of old and rare books. The talk will start at 6:30 p.m., at Princeton Public Library, 2 Town Hall Drive. Gloss, who is also a frequent guest appraiser on PBS's "Antiques Roadshow," will talk in part about the history of his bookshop (www.brattlebookshop.com), which dates back to about 1825. He is a second-generation owner. He will talk about and show some of his favorite finds, and describe some of the joys of the "hunt," as well as explain what makes a book increase in value. He has many fascinating anecdotes to share as well as guidelines for what to look for when starting a collection. There will also be a question-and-answer session before the conclusion of his talk. Following the Q&A, he will give free verbal appraisals of books that attendees bring with them, or will do so at his shop in Boston.


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Ken Gloss of the Brattle Book Shop in Boston is scheduled to speak Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
Gloss, the second-generation owner of the store, will talk about and show some of his favorite finds and describe some of the joys of the "hunt," as well as explain what makes a book go up in value. Following his talk and a question-and-answer session, he will give free verbal appraisals of all books that attendees have brought with them or will do so at the store - one of the country's oldest and largest antiquarian bookstores.


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