Collector’s Corner

Collector’s Corner is home to some of the sale’s most exciting offerings. Here is where you’ll find rare and antiquarian books, first editions, collectible vinyl records, artwork, ephemera, toys, and games — including video games. Many of our offerings are under $10!
 

Our Fall 2016 Sale has come to a close

 
We have closed our doors until the Spring 2017 Sale after a very successful Fall Sale that has left our shelves nearly empty. A heartfelt thank you to all our patrons. Your love of reading translates into love for this community, and we are thrilled, and proud, to help that happen.

Our books have great stories -- in more ways than one! Learn the story behind an 18th-century manual for the bombardment of Hungarian castles and a 19th-century pamphlet claiming to lay bare the true-crime story of a cold-blooded female serial killer here. Our books have great stories — in more ways than one!
Learn the story behind an 18th-century manual for the bombardment of Hungarian castles and a 19th-century pamphlet claiming to lay bare the true-crime story of a cold-blooded female serial killer here.
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Where does the money go? Where does the money go?
At each sale we sell hundreds of thousands of books and raise hundreds of thousands of dollars. Where does the money go? See how the Friends distribute the funds raised to local libraries and community programs.
What happens to the books that don't sell? What happens to the books that don’t sell?
The books on the shelves for each book sale come from the previous six months’ worth of donations: every sale starts from scratch. What happens to the books that don’t sell? They, too, find their way into the hands of readers. Find out how!
How do we price the books in Collector's Corner? How do we price the books in Collector’s Corner?
See a brief description of our methods and a list of some of the experts we’ve consulted on our books.

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Last updated: October 25, 2016 at 8:40 am