Where to sell books & encyclopedia?


WuffRuff

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Does anyone know where I can sell 2nd hand books in good condition?
Both fiction and non-fiction.
It seems most of the 2nd hand bookstores do not take in books any more, or they are very selective.
Also, any idea where I can sell encyclopedia sets?

Does the library take in donations of books?
What do you do with the books that you do not want to keep any more??
 

scanfilms

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The used book store at level 1 Bras Basah Complex take in all my used textbooks. I think you can sell it there. But dun expect huge returns.
 

allenleonhart

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what books? i might be interested, so u might wanna list them out here or something hahaha
 

WuffRuff

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what books? i might be interested, so u might wanna list them out here or something hahaha
Biology
Vertebrates
Physiology
Histology
Genetics
Microbiology
Biochemistry
Forensic Science
Psychology

Also want to sell complete set of Encyclopedia Britannica - 26 Volumes.
And another set - Lands and People.

Where can I sell encyclopedia set for good price?
 

allenleonhart

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Biology
Vertebrates
Physiology
Histology
Genetics
Microbiology
Biochemistry
Forensic Science
Psychology

Also want to sell complete set of Encyclopedia Britannica - 26 Volumes.
And another set - Lands and People.

Where can I sell encyclopedia set for good price?
ah.... bio student *sweats*

i'm physics. u shld consider ebay
 

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Biology
Vertebrates
Physiology
Histology
Genetics
Microbiology
Biochemistry
Forensic Science
Psychology

Also want to sell complete set of Encyclopedia Britannica - 26 Volumes.
And another set - Lands and People.

Where can I sell encyclopedia set for good price?
Encyclopedia Britannica 26 volumes - just wonder who would need or want it. Not for school kids who would find it too heavy and cumbersome - they prefer to do an on line search on an ipad. Working adults? Well, they simply dun have the time for it at all. What about grandpa? The prints are simply too small for him and it is too tiring to use reading glasses. So, EB is best left for the silver fish to feed on.

In 20yrs time, that set might become a collector's item, fetching 100times what it cost you to buy 30years or so ago.:bsmilie:
 

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