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Folio Society Book Sale

Folio Society Book Sale

Beautiful folio books in store now Most people will recognize a Folio Society book. Neat coloured slipcases, thick endpapers, interesting illustrations and often beautifully embossed or decorative covers. These are books that ooze quality and are many people’s ‘keeping copy’ of their favourite book.  A perfect christmas present if it’s not too early to mention such […]

Treatise; An experimental discovery

Treatise; An experimental discovery

“Is this worth looking up?” Says Nina. I’m sat at the computer in the sorting area of the bookshop surrounded by precarious piles of old books. We are sifting through the donations and trying to pick out valuable books to check the prices of online. Nina hands me an odd looking spiral bound paperback. It’s […]

Half Price Online Book Sale

Half Price Online Book Sale

We have literally thousands of lovely rare and collectible books for sale on AbeBooks and they are all half price for June 2016. For the whole of this month we have slashed the list prices to half of what they usually are so for valuable books that is quite a big discount. Whether you are […]

Sat 12th September: Comics and Graphic Novels Sale

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On Saturday 12th September we are having a one day sale of comics and graphic novels. As comic book lovers in Bristol hopefully already know, Books for Amnesty has a great stock of comics and graphic novels.  Colin and Richard, our resident music, comic and graphic novel gurus are always happy to let people browse […]

One Day Sale of Comics and Graphic Novels

One Day Sale of Comics and Graphic Novels

Anthony Trollope 200th Birthday Sale:

Anthony Trollope 200th Birthday Sale:

Trollope Folio Books £4 Each or Three for £10 Anthony Trollope was a prolific and successful Victorian novelist. He was born in 1815, in England, to a respectable family that had fallen on hard times. He worked for the Post office and travelled extensively throughout his life.  In 1841 Trollope moved to Ireland, where he […]