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My First Venture in Antiquarian Bookselling
Warmly Inscribed: The New England Forger and Other Book Tales
The authors of two previous well-received volumes on book collecting now regale their many fans with fascinating facts and fables about famous libraries and infamous forgers. "The Goldstones, a husband-and-wife book book collecting/writing team, follow two previous memoirs about their occupational adventures with this entertaining offering . . . The Goldstones writes with flair and humor . . . a...
Complete A to Z Guide to earn over $100,000 per year dealing in Used and Rare Books on the Internet: How to 'create' profit in this little known but very profitable & simple business!
"You can learn how to earn more than $100,000 per year as a Used, Rare and Out-of-Print Book Dealer!" An EASY home based business that really makes money on the NET! No phone calling, selling, no 'search engine secrets', no affiliate programs - a REAL, home-based business - if you can email and surf the net you can learn the rest from this fully documented, step-by-step complete manual to making m...
Looking for a book scout / book finder?
There are a couple of books I need to obtain which were published in the 1920s and 1930s. I've exhausted every online resources I typically use (abe books, alibris, bookfinder, amazon, bibliofind, ebay, etc.). So at this point I think my best option is to employ a professional book scout to find the books for me, if possible. Anyone know of any reputable scouts or companies that locate books? Thanks.
You may try the forum links below , I hope you find your books - good luck .