Last Stop Cd Shop
How much does it cost on the last stop CDSP?
I'm not too scared.
If some of your hardware books have dust jackets and have first editions instead of book club books, they may be less valuable.
But bookstores that buy used books despise them, or even reject them, unless they are hoarded or something less common, or by an author.
VC Andrews' books are popular, but there are probably a lot of books in SP.
Soul Surfer Book, if the first edition is worth anything, but not something you can imagine.
I think you will be very lucky to receive the lucky 20.
I have spent years collecting old and used books, through some authors, and I have traded with dealers and buyers on many occasions. In half the time they will dig your pile and take only 4 or 5 or nothing!
If you have a valuable book, they will not pay you more than 50 pay of resale value.
I lost thousands of dollars like this! Even rare and expensive first editions sometimes bring only 25 or 30% to the market. When I paid for it.
Sometimes I reach a balance. I once made a small sum of money from a living history book that I made with a few dollars and years later I made 20 20 from it.
find. For example, I'm looking for a book on catalysts
50 3.50 or more ... that means if they buy, you can get 1.50
Civil Surfer, if your first impression is not $ 4, you earn $ 23
Sorry for the water ... but only very unsafe and rare old books cost a lot. Nor does it mean that a book is more than 100 years old, it is valuable.
So, I don't rely on books to help you so much.
Dear children's stories, some science fiction and clicks may cost more, but the offer is a G-factor.
Old books sometimes don't end well and are more valuable.
Like old comics or baseball cards. Mom threw out all the comedians from the fifties or sixties, so comedy can be valuable.
Baseball cards usually come in cardboard-flavored goblet packs and usually end up on the shelf in one go. It costs money. The new collection is huge and people are taking care of it because they think it's valuable. The proliferation of comics and sports cards hurt the collector's market.
So ... no, I'm here ... sorry to hear that