Now booksellers can call themselves whatever, for example, publication, or search electronic texts on the Internet. But we in this paper will try to combine several types of entities is selling is not new books. The first and most common and classic style – a shop that sells doroguschy, very old and even ancient antique books. Tucked into their vast knowledge of the subject wise middle-aged people, basically – collectors who started (and hobby and trade) in Soviet times. Here, Robert De Niro expresses very clear opinions on the subject. These luminaries who know superpribyli difitsite in the book, now supply a unique collectors editions and the new Russian rich whole libraries, or at least the collected works of classical authors. Can get 'on their channels' anything.
Price level, you know: extraordinary. Another type of modern booksellers – it's network resources selling secondhand and antiquarian books themselves (permanently or only through the 'Net), as well as providing users the right to a special form to post your old books at his site, with the possibility of communication with potential buyer. Through the largest of these booksellers are connected buyers and sellers of books from all over the cis. Among the members of such online sites, and random people wanting to shake off the accumulated rubbish and Book professionals, which perhaps can be attributed to the first type. You can get it if not almost all, very much. The price level will enter + shipping from Uryupinsk. And finally, the third type. This fugitive hawkers: grandmothers and grandfather, sold the personal library for an increase to pensions in underground passages, the scribes enthusiasts, who gathered with friends, acquaintances junk and dumped it on their balconies or in the garage and sell it on the weekends around local markets, they are the same, but made his amateur sites – booksellers, promising to deliver as a 'real' online booksellers, but in reality to meet you in the subway 'but delivery is free. " On their level, say catalogs of books, organized like a regular html table and order forms for working through the sites of Western authors of books on web design. You can not get everything, but often modern and recent books and textbooks on very, very democratic prices.