Keighley, United Kingdom
WOODBINE BOOKS is an online business in West Yorkshire, near Ilkley. I am a member of the following book trade associations: the PBFA, FPBA, and also the Private Libraries Association. This means I abide by professional codes of conduct in relation to fair and knowledgeable market prices, accurate descriptions of books, efficient communication with customers, and secure mail packaging. My specialisms are fine art, private press, designer bindings and limited edition books of the 20th and 21st centuries; books with contemporary wood engravings are a particular favourite of mine. I rarely sell at book fairs, as fine books can get damaged in the process. This means that my stock remains in very good condition. So if I describe a book as in 'very good' or 'fine' condition, it will be. You can also visit my website to find limited edition books (postage free): www.woodbinebooks.co.uk
Special interest in fine/private press books of the 20th and 21st centuries
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Special interest in 20th and 21st century art, artists and art movements
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Credit cards not directly accepted, but credit card payment can be made via the US PayPal service, or via ABECom. I will also accept payment by bank transfer direct into my current account. Cheques may be accepted from UK customers only, by prior agreement.
Customer to pay postage costs. IMPORTANT SHIPPING INFORMATION: (See 'Shipping Terms', below).
Orders usually shipped within 2 business days. The standard shipping costs shown against books sold here are based on books weighing 2.2 LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required.
IMPORTANT SHIPPING INFORMATION: I no longer ship books by surface mail overseas. I also reserve the right to decline to send a book overseas unless it is by signed-for airmail, or reputable tracked courier service - which will have cost implications for the customer, although I will always search for the most competitive carrier. The extra cost of mailing a book by this method will always be presented to the customer at the point of order, who can accept or decline the costs involved.