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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by reddd123, Aug 30, 2013.


  1. reddd123

    reddd123 PetForums Member

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    just bought 50 new books for £14 including postage.. do you think I will make a profit on them if I sell them separately? bit of an impulse buy..

    eta they were from a book shop that had close down.
     
  2. JessIncaFCR

    JessIncaFCR PetForums VIP

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    Wow that's cheap!!

    I think books are quite hard to sell, but I suppose it depends on the book. There are so many books that people are listing for sale...it may be hard to sell them unfortunately...but it's worth a try - you never know ;) Give it a go and see what happens :)
     
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    Colliebarmy PetForums VIP

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    not on Ebay, the postage has a set limit....
     
  4. lostbear

    lostbear Bear right at Newcastle . . .

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    Wot u got?

    Any classics (eg Anthony Trollope, Robertson Davies, EF Benson, John Wilson)?

    Anything theological?

    Anyything biographical?

    If so, I might be interested.
     
  5. Valanita

    Valanita PetForums VIP

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    Depends what they are. If novels & well know authors you should make a profit. You didn't say if hard back or paper backs though?
    If Terry Pratchett you should do well.:thumbup1:
     
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