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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Astronomy - Software > Classified #218653

For Sale: Astronomy Books for sale

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I have a pretty good sized list of books to look at so take your time and
ask questions The condition of all these books are Perfect! no coffee or
cup stains the pages are not dog eared and the dog never chewed on them.

The Backyard Astronomers Guide by Dickenson and Dyer $30.00

Splenders of the Universe by Dickenson and Newton $30.00

In the Stream of Stars, The Soviet/American Space Art Book by Hartmann
Sokolov Mayakov Miller $20.00

Cycles of Fire by Hartmann and Miller $20.00

The Picture History of Astronomy by Patrick Moore $10.00

First Contact Ben Bova and Byon Press, Editors $5.00

Amazing Universe National Geographic $20.00

The Guide to Amatuer Astronomy by Newton and Teece $20.00

Thursdays Universe by Bartusiak $15.00

The next two Henry Paul books are rare and collectable
there condition is perfect!

Outerspace Photography by Henry Paul $25.00

Telescopes for Star Gazing by Henry Paul $25.00

Thats all for now

I forgot the mention there will be a nominal shipping fee for these books.
Shipping charges will reflect the numbers of books. Basically it works out
$5.00 for 1 to 3 books $10.00 for 4 or more and so on.
CONUS only!
Clear Skies
Dwight L Bogan

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