The Manuscript Society

About The Manuscript Society

The oldest society of autograph and manuscript collectors in the United States today, The Manuscript Society has become an international organization with members in Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America. While collectors formed the heart of the organization in 1948, its membership today includes archivists, manuscript curators, librarians, and prominent manuscript dealers and auction houses. That expanded focus led the organization to change its name from the National Society of Autograph Collectors to The Manuscript Society in 1953. The shift also recognized that its members are serious manuscript collectors–not just autograph seekers.

MM On-Demand: The Lifecycle of Collections and the Collectors Who Build Them (05/02/2022)

Join Collections Advisor, Spencer W. Stuart, as he discusses the life cycle of collections and the collectors who build them. Moderated by Manuscript Monday host, Brian Kathenes, Spencer will share case studies and cover: The important things collectors should consider at key moments of their collecting. Motivations to collect Who [...]

2022-08-08T12:18:09-04:00May 16, 2022|MM Archives|

MM On-Demand: What’s It Worth? (03/07/22)

What's It Worth On-Demand "What's It Worth?" is the question professional appraisers are asked more than any other.  This live, interactive webinar will walk you through the appraisal research process and explain the credible appraisal approach.  Manuscript Society Trustee, and Certified Appraiser Brian Kathenes, will share with you how professional [...]

2022-08-08T12:20:29-04:00March 7, 2022|MM Archives|
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