ANS Selling More Stuff - Duplicate Books this time, so they do not have to move them again!
March 12, 2008
The American Numismatic Society is selling duplicate (and in some cases triplicate) library books so they do not have to move them again. The material is at the current location of 140 William St.
Here are the details and links to availability lists:
The dates and times of the sale are as follows:
Saturday 8 March 10am-4pm
Wednesday 12 March 10am-4pm
Thursday 13 March 10am-4pm
Friday 14 March 10am-4pm
Monday 17 March 10am-4pm
Tuesday 18 March 10am-4pm
Visitors to the sale will also have the opportunity to purchase any remaining journals and auction catalogs from the lists currently posted
on the ANS website (see updated links below).
Two lists of duplicate sales catalogs have been created. One contains details of sales catalogs produced by US-based dealers, the other of those dealers based outside the US. A list of journals is also posted. While we have made every effort to ensure that the lists are accurate at time of issue, this has been a substantial task and we ask for patience with any errors that may emerge. Likewise, we will do our best to maintain an accurate list of available volumes on the website, but there will inevitably be cases where sales listed are no longer available. We apologize in advance, and suggest that if there is something you really want, then you send in your order early.
Orders should be addressed by email only to firstname.lastname@example.org , as should any inquiries.
Prices. There is one price for all catalogs: $2 per volume, with a minimum order value of $20. Shipping will be added at cost.
Payment is accepted by check or credit card.
Please bear in mind when ordering that you are not just acquiring books for your own library; you are also contributing to the future of that of
List of U.S. based catalogs - in pdf format (updated 2.26.08)
List of non-U.S. based catalogs - in pdf format (updated 2.26.08)
List of Journals - pdf format (updated 2.29.08)
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