Out of Print and into Profit: A History of the Rare and Secondhand Book Trade in Britain in the 20th Century Giles Mandelbrote

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Published: to mark the centenary of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, this title maps out the history of the book trade in the 20th century. 20 contributors describe and explain the ways in which booksellers acquired their stock and sold booksMorePublished to mark the centenary of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, this title maps out the history of the book trade in the 20th century. 20 contributors describe and explain the ways in which booksellers acquired their stock and sold books to customers, and offer insights into changes in taste and fashion in book collecting. Less

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Out of Print and into Profit: A History of the Rare and Secondhand Book Trade in Britain in the 20th Century  by  Giles Mandelbrote

Out of Print and into Profit: A History of the Rare and Secondhand Book Trade in Britain in the 20th Century by Giles Mandelbrote
to mark the centenary of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, this title maps out the history of the book trade in the 20th century. 20 contributors describe and explain the ways in which booksellers acquired their stock and sold booksMorePublished to mark the centenary of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, this title maps out the history of the book trade in the 20th century. 20 contributors describe and explain the ways in which booksellers acquired their stock and sold books to customers, and offer insights into changes in taste and fashion in book collecting. Less

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Published to mark the centenary of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, this title maps out the history of the book trade in the 20th century. 20 contributors describe and explain the ways in which booksellers acquired their stock and sold booksMorePublished to mark the centenary of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, this title maps out the history of the book trade in the 20th century. 20 contributors describe and explain the ways in which booksellers acquired their stock and sold books to customers, and offer insights into changes in taste and fashion in book collecting.



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