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All I have to do is look out the window at my albino lawn, and I know high summer has finally arrived. We should all be at the beach!
Accordingly, here comes the second iteration of this exercise in speed cataloging as an extreme sport. I’ve got about 70 boxes of cheap maritime books to get online and, as long as I’m doing the work, you might as well get first crack at them. So you, my loyal customers, will have an exclusive on ordering from this list until next week, when the remaining books in this catalog get posted on Biblio and ABAA websites, as well as Google, where they’ll be available to the general public. As I said, this is speed cataloging, so descriptions will not note signatures in books, occasional spots on dust jackets or in text, and other minor flaws.
To order a book, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the item number and ID number of the book(s) you wish to purchase. (We’re working on a shopping cart feature, but it ain’t here yet.)
Postage is $5 for the first book, $2.50 each additional, bulk orders at cost.
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Maritime List 311 – a compilation of rare books and manuscripts – was not a great success, selling about 40%. All the librarians were out of the office until Labor Day, and all my customers were at the beach. So, I think what I’m gonna do is back off … More >>