Emma Duveen Conway
I have many books at home and in this time of severely reduced income due to Coronavirus, I thought it was a good time to try to sell some. It is incredibly demoralising to receive £1 or less for a once-read pristine hardback recently purchased for £14.99 or more but I suppose it's something! What did annoy was that I sent a cardboard cased set of Dahl books - all in pristine condition. There was a small tear in the cardboard case but books perfect. I posted these but received the reply that they were wortthless & I'd receive nothing: £6 or so was deducted from my balance. Hard to take, especially considering all the 'as new' condition books I'd sent, which didn't receive any premium for being perfect & could easily be sold at a premium for being in excellent condition. It is disheartening but I suppose that's what the market offers? My daughter did compare with another site which was more generous which I may look at more closely next time. I have pristine contemporary fiction HB signed editions but as these scan in at the same as an unsigned copy of only acceptable condition, I think I'd rather give them to charity.
1 year ago
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