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Biblio Welcomes Booksellers Disenfranchised by AbeBooks

Biblio remains proud to be an independent alternative to Amazon for rare booksellers and collectors around the globe.

ASHEVILLE, North Carolina., November 5, 2018 — is extending a special signing offer to independent booksellers around the world.

In the wake of the decision by Amazon subsidiary Abebooks to remove sellers based in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Russia, and South Korea, all booksellers (new and existing) who list on Biblio from those countries will have their listing fees completely waived until that decision is reversed. In addition, all new booksellers from any country will have zero listing fees for their first six months on our lowest commission tier of 8% if they join by December 1, 2018.

Biblio is the world’s largest independent marketplace for used, rare, and out of print books listed by thousands of independent booksellers from 75 nations. We will continue to host sellers from across the globe, and we welcome the opportunity to partner with additional independent sellers of used, rare, and antiquarian books.

Booksellers interested in taking advantage of this offer must sign up by December 1st, 2018 and address an email to with “Sellers all over the world” in the subject line of the message. Biblio also welcomes booksellers who have sold through Biblio’s platform in the past to get back online at the same reduced commission rate offered to new sign-ups.

Link to sign up:

About Biblio: Biblio is one of the world’s leading sources for textbooks, used books, and rare books. Established in 2003, Biblio has grown to become one of the largest global book marketplaces, with over 100 million books for sale from more than 4,500 bookstores and booksellers in countries around the world. Biblio is wholly owned and operated by Biblio, Inc., a privately held company with a commitment to a triple bottom line, in part through both its environmental program, ecosend, and its work with Biblio Charitable Works, Inc.


  • I have a 4 volume set of J.James Tissot’s book Titled “The Life Of Our Lord Jesus Christ”. The 4 volumes are in excellent condition, and it is signed by J.James Tissot, dated Oct 15th 1897.
    I am curious as to what this may be worth? I can send pictures if needed

    • Hello Ed,
      I am wondering if you ever received a reply re your books “The Life of Our Lord Jesus Christ?

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