The offer at Antiquariat Weinek is colourful and varied.
There are many surprises to discover, such as the first "Jedermann" festival programme of 1920, signed artist photographs and autographs, a find from one's own family history, or an unknown travel book.
The joy of discovering the history behind the creation of a book of a picture, the discovery of a curiosity, such as saving a treasure from what has already been sorted out, has led to success and fulfilled many a collector's wish.
Old herb books, rare maps, Bauhaus exhibition maps, a hand-embossed leather binding from the Wiener Werkstätte, Stefan Zweig's speech on Europe, everyone can find something.
In the modern 140 square metre business premises there is a department for modernism, a gallery room with pictures by Brigitte Kowanz, Prachensky and Hubert Schmalix and much more.