About JA Woolley Books
JA Woolley Books is based in East Sussex (UK) near the historic former market town of Lewes just a few miles from Brighton.
We have been operating as an online business for some time now, selling successfully to customers around the world from the USA & Canada to Australia & New Zealand and from South America to China as well as all of Western & Eastern Europe.
We source our books from specialist sales across the South of England, and have a diverse, regularly updated catalogue that covers antiquarian, rare, out of print and modern books on all subjects by many authors.
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We accept payment by the following methods (non-UK buyers please refer to
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Credit/Debit card (Mastercard and Visa) THROUGH ABEBOOKS ONLY,
Bank transfer (in UK Pounds only. IBAN and BIC will be supplied to purchasers
International Money Order in UK Pounds only,
Personal cheque or Postal Order (UK only) made payable to Andrew Woolley,
Cash (UK Pounds or US Dollars - exchange rate to be agreed for US Dollars before
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We have a minimum shipping charge of £4.00 GBP per package - this is also our standard charge for packages of up to 1kg sent to UK addresses using 2nd Class mail - the difference between this charge and the actual shipping charge has been either added to or subtracted from the asking price for the book.
For all other shipping options, including shipping outside of the UK, the rate charged for packages weighing less than 1kg will be reduced where the actual shipping rate allows and subject to our £4.00 GBP minimum charge - an additional charge may be requested in the case of packages weighing over 1kg.
Shipping rates for all European countries are the same, so if your country is not listed, please refer to the rates for Germany, France, Belgium etc. or contact us for confirmation of the charge - the prices we show for both air and surface shipping to European addresses are the same - all mail to European destinations will be sent using airmail (surface mail is usually more expensive than airmail for deliveries from UK to European addresses)