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MORE ON LOCATING NUMISMATIC LITERATURE ONLINERegarding Scott Semans' query about the best sites for locating out of print numismatic literature online, Douglas Saville writes:
Since I have been in business on my own, I have had innumerable people contact me after having .Googled. a book title and been directed to my own website where that particular book has been listed for sale - a great facility that my web designer incorporated into my website.
In addition, of course, anyone searching for a particular title might try emailing me direct (firstname.lastname@example.org) - I have many more books in stock that are not listed on my website. I am talking specifically of numismatic books, of course. It just might be worth the effort!
Jim Duncan writes:
I can offer "Bookfinder.com" as an excellent source of new and second hand books, and there's a language option. BookFinder will search for books in Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish. If you see one you like you can run your cursor over the price shown and it gives book cost plus postage component, which is a cute add-on.
Emil Eusanio of the San Fernando Book Company writes:
I recommend trying www.alibris.com and www.biblio.com .
Wayne Homren, Editor
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