Our next book sale in cooperation with the Nelson-Atkins Museum will begin Thursday, June 2, at 11 am Eastern U.S. Time.
We will be offering four brand new photography books that are "new old stock" (NOS) and have been in storage at the Museum. The price for all four is $48.
The first 325 orders will receive an extra book (i.e., different title) for free. This is the only way we could handle the fact that we have fewer copies of that book, while still offering the whole package for one price.
Speaking of the "package," responding to concerns last time about the packaging, this time the books will be wrapped in bubble wrap inside a stout box.
Two of the other books exist in varying proportions of hardcover/softcover. We will fulfill the orders with hardcover books until they run out, then switch to softcover.
International shipping will be possible, but very expensive. There's no help for this: photo books are big and heavy and the Museum does not do a lot of international shipping generally and thus doesn't enjoy economies of scale for that shipping. So the books won't be such a "deal" for our international readers but at least the books will be available to you if you really want them. Even with international shipping, the price will still be below what the Museum normally charges for these books and below the cumulative original selling prices.
The sale will run for one month or while supplies last. We have fewer copies than last time, but still enough that you won't miss out entirely if you don't order immediately.
A small portion of the each sale goes to TOP, so you're helping support this site with your purchase.
More information next Thursday at 11—please check back then!
(And hope you have a nice Saturday.)
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