to TheBookGuide - your guide to sources of secondhand and antiquarian
books in the UK.
UK's secondhand and antiquarian bookshops listed and described ...
more wasted journeys with our searchable calendar of all the book
fairs for 2014 ... more
time auctions for an unbeatable adrenaline rush - we have the 2014
diary ... more
to find the books of UK bookdealers on the internet ...
Bind a run of magazines,
save a treasured children's book, or create a truly memorable present ... more
How to keep your books in
shape, what to put them in and how to find out more about them ... more
While the internet has opened
up a global market for buying and selling old books, it's a clinical tool compared
with the sensual pleasures of real browsing.
aim is simple - to use the immediacy and connectivity of the internet
to provide reliable, up-to-date information about how and where
to get physical with old books. Thousands of visitors use the site
every day, here are a few of their comments.
If you are a customer,
we want to know what you think about the British book trade. What you like, and
perhaps more importantly, what you don't. So why not take a moment to submit a
review of your favourite shop, comment on a book fair or tell us what you hate
you run a book business, just complete a simple online form and you will
start to attract new customers. Trade
entries in all of our online directories are free (although we reserve
the right to charge a small administration fee in the future).
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