A city university will be opening its doors to the public to view its rare books collection.
Manuscripts from the University of Aberdeen’s collection will be on display to the public.
The books being exhibited will include a copy of Copernicus’ On The Revolutions, which dates from the 16th Century as well as a 17th Century Dutch bible.
There will also be a collection of rare theatre posters showing various forms entertainment in Aberdeen in the 19th Century.
Special collections staff will also be on hand to turn the pages of the books and answer audience questions.
Collections Close-up: Education, Salvation, Damnation, will take place in the Special Collections Centre at The Sir Duncan Rice Library in the University of Aberdeen. It will run from 5.30pm to 7.30pm on November 30.