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Old 12-15-2011, 05:32 PM #21
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I do have many first editoins and some are antique.

Oh, I also need to sell my Curious George collection.
With these sorts of items, my Friends of the Library group does much better dealing with AbeBooks.com
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I have hundreds, if not thousands of books. I haven't counted them, but boxes and boxes. I used to have a formal library in our house. The books in there were all hardback. Since we moved, I have only bought paperback.

I need to sell them. I have donated a lot, but I need the moola.

Which would be better? Amazon or Ebay? One of our Yoga instructors works for Half Price Boooks. They have so much stock right not, I would be luck to get 5c per book. Many they would just offer to recycle.

I do have many first editoins and some are antique.

Oh, I also need to sell my Curious George collection.

Hello, I would be interested in purchasing your curious george collection, are you still interested in selling?

Thanks,

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Hi,
That original post was from 2008, so probably gone by now.
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In case anyone reads this...Half.Com is the best place to sell books along with ABE.com for collectable and older books. Ebay is ok for selling but the book market is lacking...Amazon takes too much out of the sellers pocket for shipping and not worth the effort
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