Antiquariaat A. Kok & Zn. B.V.

Antiquariaat A. Kok & Zn. B.V.

Joined December 17, 2002

5-star rating

Antiquariaat A. Kok & Zn. B.V.
Oude Hoogstraat14-18
Amsterdam, Netherlands

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About the Bookseller

The shop started in 1946 a small business in the Oude Hoogstraat, mainly selling ordinary children s books, novels and popular scientific books to the famous Dutch "Leesbibliotheken" (privately owned libraries with popular books). In 1951 we moved to a somewhat larger building and a few years we opened a second shop, where the antiquarian department first started and from then and there we started grow fast. 40 Years ago we moved to the building in which we are now (Oude Hoogstraat 14-18), a former department store, 1500 square-meters (5 floors) full of antiquarian and secondhand books & prints. With the help of 6 employees we (as a family) are running the store, and our separately located warehouse. Buying we do together, all over the world. We specialize in Classical Archaeology, Art (before 1800), Architecture, Biology, Olympics, Applied Art, Topographical maps & prints, and we have a (very) large stock on most other fields as well.

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Terms of Sale

We accept payment by VISA, Amex and Master Card. Our EU customers may pay directly to one of our bank accounts, we do requier pre-payment, the details will be e-mailed to you. All prices are in EURO and do NOT include shipping costs. Postage costs will be adjusted if the book is heavy (parcel more than 2 kilos), it will be up to of course to agree or not if the postage turns out to be higher, ABE will inform you.
Books subject to prior sale.
All books are in good / very good condition unless oth...

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Shipping Terms

Orders usually ship within 3 business days. Shipping costs are based on books weighing 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required.

PLEASE NOTICE: The Dutch post doesn't have a guaranteed delivery speed, it's just an indication. Customs might cause some delay as well.