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I am slowly cataloguing for sale various old books I have on my shelf as I have way too many. Most of them are non-fiction and comprise mainly historical topics, biography and various technical books. They reflect my own and my family’s eclectic interests over the years. Most of the books have been out of print for a long time and some are now quite scarce editions. All of them are for sale for very fair prices except where indicated as sold. These are all private sales and I am happy to take photographs of any of the items you are interested in.

Each book is sequentially numbered with a cat number in the catalogue. To check the book is still available, or to ask me a question, click on Enquire for the relevant item (which will open a new email) and exchange the AT for @ in the email address line [anti-spam]. Alternatively, you can contact me using the box below.

If you decide to buy I can send you a payment link or you can make a secure payment here. I am happy to post worldwide, so don’t forget to let me know the destination so I can tell you what the charge for postage will be. Your book will be carefully packaged. I will only charge you what it actually costs me to post the book to you and I will not charge you extra for packaging.


Written by grandadsoldbooks

October 29, 2011 at 8:34 pm

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  1. Hello
    Is the following book 00053 still available?

    Ussher, James and H. Kendra Baker GLASTONBURY TRADITIONS CONCERNING JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA. The Covenant Publishing Co., Ltd., London. 1930. 1st Edition, Soft cover, 12mo – over 6¾ – 7¾” tall . Very Good / 46pp. Black gothic titles on brown leatherette card. Translated from the Latin of Archbishop Ussher’s 1639 text ‘Britannicarum Ecclesiarum Antiquitates’, with original footnotes. Edges and flyleaf tanned, rear page spotted. Small chip to top front wrapper edge. Very scarce early grail text. ( Grail legends, Glastonbury )
    (cat. 000053 )

    Dan Aldrich

    February 23, 2014 at 5:44 pm

  2. is once Long Ago still for sale? How much is it

    charlotte line

    September 24, 2016 at 9:48 am

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