Sell your books to Berkelouw
We buy and sell rare, old, and collectible books as well as fine, used and quality second hand books. Located in Sydney, Queensland and the Southern Highlands, Berkelouw Books is Australia's largest second hand and antiquarian bookseller.
In most cases, by selling to us, you may achieve higher prices than you might at auction because neither a seller's nor a buyer's premium will be charged.
To save the costs and difficulties of transport, please send us a list of the books you wish to sell, giving the author and title, the publisher and date and place of publication, and the condition. We will examine the list and inform you of the books in which we are interested. If your collection is too large to list, please contact us so that we can organise a time to visit you to assess the collection.
We do not buy damaged books, encyclopaedias, text books, Readers Digest books, or National Geographic magazines.
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Sydney Buying Day
Our second hand buyer is normally available in the carpark at our Leichhardt store, usually every Tuesday between 10am - 1pm.
To safely manage numbers, bookings are essential. Limited slots will be available between 10am and 1pm. To make a booking please call Leichhardt on 9560 3200, between 10am and 4pm.
For this service we don't require a list of books in advance, simply bring the books in and we'll sort through them and make an offer on those we are interested in.
Our next buying days will be held on the following dates:
Tuesday 7th November 2023
Tuesday 14th November 2023
Tuesday 21st November 2023
Tuesday 28th November 2023
Tuesday 5th December 2023
Please drive into the car park under the store as close to your allotted time as possible.
Our buyer will meet you at your car.
To enter and exit the carpark please press the intercom and advise "Berkelouw Books drop-off".
70 Norton Street, Leichhardt. Phone: (02) 9560 3200
Remember: Condition is paramount. We do not buy damaged books, encyclopaedias, text books, Readers Digest books, or National Geographic magazines.