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Terms & Conditions

All books are octavo and in original cloth binding, unless otherwise stated. Minor inscriptions have been ignored.

Books will be despatched immediately on order to recognised credit account customers. All other customers can arrange prior payment by credit card or cheque. A pro-forma invoice can be issued if required. Credit accounts can be established subject to satisfactory trade references. All books are covered by insurance whilst in transit.

Despatch and insurance are extra.

UK customers: please add £6.50 for the first book, and £1.00 for each subsequent book ordered.

Overseas customers:
Europe Japan and North America please add £7.00 per book;
Australia and New Zealand £13.00 per book;
Rest of the World: please add £12.00 per book.

Large books and multi-volume sets will incur additional postal costs; please email us before placing your order so that the Postage & Packing can be adjusted accordingly.

Payment

We accept payment by Sterling Cheque, Access, MasterCard, Barclaycard, Visa and American Express.

To use these facilities please quote card number and expiry date together with your name and address.

Buying

Francis Edwards is a division of Hay Cinema Bookshop Ltd. The company holds a total stock in excess of 200,000 second hand and antiquarian books in all subjects, ranging from 50 pence to £5,000. In order to maintain its antiquarian stock, we attend every major book auction in the UK and we are continuously purchasing libraries and single books of importance from collectors, dealers and institutions at home and abroad. We visit Belgium, France and Holland on a regular basis, undertake buying expeditions to the States each year and we visit Japan every November.

Display

We also have a long experience of supplying leather bound books and decorative cloth bindings for display purposes, and our expert staff are able to advise those of our clients who are interested in this particular service.

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Buying our Books

“I know some people who are constantly drunk on books, as other men are drunk on whiskey.” —Mencken