English books for sale in Copenhagen

by Graham
(Copenhagen)

We have nearly 1000 English paper backs that we need to unload in Copenhagen. Many classics, sci-fi, popular and some non fiction. Do you have an idea where to take them?

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Aug 20, 2015
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Where to sell english books in Copenhagen.
by: Charlie

Graham,
Not sure if there are any bookstores that will buy them, since so many are donated. Arnold Busck still buys books, but do not expect much for them. Try selling them on DBA or GulogGratis, donate them to any of the 100s of secondhand shops/genbrug around town. Contact local expat clubs like LINK, who have an english library for their members. At least they did at one time - not a member so not positive about that.

Sell them at the local flea markets/loppemarked, put ads up at local grocery store bulletin boards especially around the university.

That should get you started. Also plenty of websites, Facebook and other places you can promote your books.

Charlie

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