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ENGLAND, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Independent bookseller of collectable English, French and American literature, first editions, signed and rare books.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Balancing Man Ltd is the online arm of Brickbat Books. Brickbat Books sells new, used, and rare books and is located at 709 South Fourth Street, in the heart of Fabric Row, in Philadelphia. Our hours are Tuesday thru Saturday: 11am to 7pm, Sunday: 11am to 6pm We are closed Monday. We also buy books. Please contact us for more information.
Hutton Cranswick, East Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Specialist Bookseller dealing in modern first editions and rare books.
London, Greater London, United Kingdom
We specialise in Modern First Edition Fiction books and an eclectic range of Non Fiction Books and Poetry. As we attend numerous author events many of our books are signed by the author.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Magers and Quinn Booksellers is the Twin Cities' largest independent book store. We sell new, used, rare, and out-of-print books.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
Paul Deblinger, Bookseller specializes in literary fiction and non-fiction, firste ditions, art, photography, film travel, biography, creative non-fiction, literary history and criticism. Books are selected for condition and quality.
Hove, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Originally started as an amateur venture, Seagull Books has quickly grown into a knowledgable and reputable on-line book vendor. Our inventory is growing all the time, and we are constantly updating our stock with the latest finds. We specialise in out-of-print books - particularly paperbacks - and never cease to be amazed at what is no longer considered worth publishing! Many of our customers clearly share that view.