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I'm a professional, freelance bookseller, based in the New Forest in Hampshire, England. I ship internationally, and believe in friendly and efficient service. And I love books.

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96 of 116 people found this guide helpful.
Book buying and selling jargon
When you're buying books on ebay, you might find some of the following terms appearing in the description. These are all standard "jargon" used in the book trade, and it's helpful to know what they really mean. As usual A term used to describe normal defects related to ex library books, i.e., end papers removed, pockets & library stamps. Binding The method of holding pages together, maybe stapled, sewn, glued etc. Also refers to the type of binding, see Paperback and Hardback. ...
615 of 639 people found this guide helpful.
Learn about First Editions
First Editions What is a First Edition? The very first time a book is published, anywhere, by anybody, the volume produced is a First Edition. It's never been seen in print before. First editions are highly prized by collectors, and if you think the book you're selling is a first, it's always worth mentioning. But how can you be sure, and what are the variations? To take the second question first... True First There is a little wrinkle to confuse matters, and this is what's known as...
65 of 82 people found this guide helpful.
Using simple html to enhance your listings
A quick friendly guide to the basics of htmlEbay allows you to use simple html to "dress up" your listings. It is possible to use these commands to add simple tables, pictures, format  your text etc. html is simple enough to do, once you're introduced to  the basics, but most courses will assume that you're going to be building whole web sites, or at least whole pages. Within ebay listings you may only make minor changes to the layout, so if that's all you want to achieve, there's n...
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