Saturday, December 03, 2011

Shelved something like 10 boxes of books, mostly under $7 all subjects, large photo illustrated books, all kinds history, non-fiction, fiction, classics, juveniles, etc. Filled in the holes from the First Friday sales, and them some.
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Shelved a stack of vintage rare books, and some old National Geographic Teacher packs.
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Sorted 2 boxes.
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Joseph Conrad was born on this day in 1857. Robert Louis Stevenson died this day in 1894.
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Books of the day:
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Kidnapped (Signet classics) Robert Louis Stevenson 451511948 Signet Classics 7/1/1959 Paperback "Mass Market Paperback / Racksize Paperback. At Least Good- (3 of 10) May have creases to the spine &/or creases to cover &/or small chips to the edges &/or minor tape &/or Highlighting &/or Underlining &/or Former owner's name/note inked &/or rubbing/chipping. May have a different cover than the current image shown. BUT will be readable, and may very well not have much damage at all. Will ship in an envelope. "

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"Lord Jim, A Tale. (The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written)" Joseph Conrad; Illustrator-Ward Lynd B000KW3P8C The Easton Press 1977 Leather Bound Near Fine (9 of 10). Full Leather. All edges gilt. Silk bookmark and silk endpapers. Literature

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