Pages from some ancient books, such as single prints, handwritten pages, etc. A few pieces are marked with the origin or basic age, author, and price, but most of them have incomplete information and are relatively cheap. One frame of prints can even be purchased for 15 euros, and their customers include general visitors. img_2558 Photo Credit: Zhang Weiyan Photography The ancient books are opened to specific pages, especially the plates, and are fixed with brass book clips for easy display, reflecting the fact that under the operation of the market, most interested buyers are attracted by the plates in the books, which in turn affects their purchase decisions.
Similar examples are not to mention. The number telemarketing list of plates, image size and quality of an ancient book greatly affect the market value. According to Matthew Haley, a renowned antiquarian expert, some Rare Books published in later periods "are more in demand because they have more information and illustrations." In addition, the artifacts at the fair are handpicked by antiquarian booksellers to represent The strength of their collections. The ancient book fair promotes the ancient book market transaction and exchanges with booksellers.
At the same time, it is included in the technological achievements of the modern and contemporary publishing industry. Originally, it was open to the public around the small-scale market. This is the multiple connotations endowed by the Frankfurt International Book Fair. For the history of the establishment of ILAB , please refer to the official website of ILAB, "ILAB History" (Published on 17th July 2013)  Quoted in Menno Hertzberger, “The Origin of the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers and Its First Few Years ,” in ILAB History: Menno Hertzberger (Published on 8th March 2011).