Booksellers

Some articles on booksellers, bookseller:

Australian Booksellers Association
... The Australian Booksellers Association (ABA) is the peak industry group representing all booksellers in Australia ... The ABA promotes the benefits that booksellers bring to the Australian community and, with advocacy and commercial benefits, assists booksellers in the profitable and sustainable running of their businesses ... classics reviewed by specialist children's booksellers who are passionate about literacy ...
Booksellers' Bill
... The Booksellers's Bill was a 1774 bill introduced into the Parliament of Great Britain in the wake of the important copyright case of Donaldson v ... In Donaldson a perpetual common law copyright was denied to booksellers and it was held that copyright was a creation of statute and could be limited in its duration ... As a result, booksellers sought to have the duration of their copyright extended to 14 years ...
Sampson Low - Life
... in 1819 at 42 Lamb's Conduit Street, as a bookseller and stationer, with a circulating library attached ... Low was also manager of a society for the protection of retail booksellers against undersellers until the dissolution of the society in 1852. 1837 he took the deepest interest in the Booksellers' Provident Institution, serving on the committee and acting as a vice-president ...
Antiquarian Booksellers Association Of Korea
... The Antiquarian Booksellers Association of Korea (ABAK), the national antiquarian book association of Korea, was founded in 1989 and joined the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers in 1990 ...
Lang Law
... works as follows The publisher decides on a price for its book and prints it on the back Booksellers are not allowed to sell a book for a discount of more than 5% below the publisher's price ... The Lang Law was passed under pressure from small booksellers, who feared competition from big stores ...

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    The want of an international Copy-Right Law, by rendering it nearly impossible to obtain anything from the booksellers in the way of remuneration for literary labor, has had the effect of forcing many of our very best writers into the service of the Magazines and Reviews.
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)