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Why Second-Hand Bookshops Make Less And Less Sense
"Booksellers tell me that 90 per cent of their overheads arise from their shops, and 90 per cent of their sales from the internet. Except for the true antiquarian dealers, whose customers are aficionados of the first state and the misprint on page 287, second-hand bookshops make less and less economic sense." The Telegraph (UK) 12/02/12
Posted December 3, 2012 04:49 AM




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