Bookstores specializing in Philosophy And Religion

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9th and 9th Book and Music Gallery

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Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Community focused retail store in Salt Lake City, Utah specializing in Rare / Consigned / Collectible / Used books, music, instruments and local art. A new shop, however, the owner and manager has been collecting books since 8 years old and has spent 30 years in used and pre-owned media sales including books and records. Degrees in both Theatre and English from Colorado State University and a dedication to customer service will reflect in our store's conduct and professionalism. We provide a little free library and free community arts classes and performances, Arts and Humanities access and opportunities to our community! Thank you for considering us!

Fine Print Books

Erskineville, New South Wales, Australia

Fine Print Books was a real "bricks and mortar" secondhand bookshop which traded in the same location in Newtown, Sydney, since 1993 and has been selling online in various forums since 1998.

The Bear Bookshop, John Greenberg

Brattleboro, Vermont, United States

A used and rare bookshop with over 25,000 volumes on all subjects. The Bear Booskhop, founded in 1975, has a strong collection in most academic areas.

Worlds End Bookshop (ABA, PBFA, ILAB)

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London, Greater London, United Kingdom

At Worlds End Bookshop we offer a large and varied selection of mostly locally-sourced books on most subjects with especially strong holdings in Art, Philosophy, Travel, Jazz & Blues, and Modern First Editions. But to define us by these categories would be limiting ... we stock what we find and what we fancy, simple as.