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It's that time again to make the decisions on what books to keep and
which books to sell.
there are many you will want
you in evaluating your books:
be in good resalable condition. Books in this category are purchased at 50 % of .the current new price,
regardless whether you bought them new or used.
repurchased for resale to our other stores throughout' the U.S., hence the lower price.
Old editions mostly paperbacks, workbooks, etc. these books have little or no resale value in the
country and our price to you (if any) is adjusted accordingly. Check our price and then see if you
wish to keep these for your library.
Remember: New titles are always being published and others revised. The books you are using
OM SELLING BACK TEXTBOOKS
We urge you to keep some of your
GENERALLY, TEXTBOOKS FALL INTO
3 BROAD CATEGORIES
Current editions textbooks that will be used in the Spring starting March 8, 1979, Books ►rust
Books not being used Winter term or no longer used here at all,
OOPS! -MAYBE NO VALUE
Please no phone calls about book prices - we must see the book to properly everluate MI
today are probably less than three years old, so reason dictates they are worth more today
than after next term.
Check our prices first - We buy for thousands of stores - coast to coast
FACTS OF LIFE
Prices for these current editions range from 2Q to 50 %
These then are the facts of life about selling your books.
CHECK US FIRST!
books for future reference, again
We have prepared this guide to aid
206 E. College Ave
plus books with which we are
of new price.
The Daily Collegian Friday, Feb. 1
Those books a