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The ABA Badge - Style Guide

The Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association (ABA) identity consists of a logo, a colour palette, and standard designs for published and online material. The ABA logo should be used by ABA members, partner organisations and bodies supported or sponsored by the ABA, and may be used by other organisations with a legitimate need to link to the ABA website. 

For explicit instructions as to usage please see the ABA's Style Guide

Images for download are available on the links below:

ABA Logo
ABA Logo (cropped)
ABA Logo – website size
ABA Logo – website size (cropped)
ABA Logo – website size (small)
ABA Logo – website size (small, cropped) 

ABA Logo with Text (large)
ABA Logo with Text (small) 


ABA/ILAB Flag (large)
ABA/ILAB Flag (small)  


ABA/ILAB Colour Flag (large)  
ABA/ILAB Colour Flag (small)


ILAB Blazon Colour
ILAB Blazon B&W


ABA Transparent background
ABA Transparent background (small)


ABA Associate Member 

The ABA Badge is a Registered Trademark - registered as a Collective Mark "distinguishing the goods or services of the members of the Association from those of other undertakings", in respect of: printed matter, antiquarian books, manuscripts, autograph letters, photographs, maps and graphics, music and prints. Rule 21 describes the privileges associated with the use of the badge - and the Association has the power to sue any non-member found using it.