Southern African Book Dealers Association

September 13, 2013 – 09:43
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SABDA is the official body for out-of-print book dealers in Southern Africa. SABDA's Constitution is designed to improve standards of professional service to customers and allow members to speak on matters of common interest. All members adhere to the Constitution and Code of Ethics. What our members offer:

  • A selection of books available from stock held on their premises
  • Conservative and full descriptions of their listed stock
  • A stated return policy for books incorrectly identified, incorrectly described, or damaged in transit
  • Personal service - deal with a human being and not a computer programme
  • Packing of a standard designed to protect the book in transit
  • Knowledge, experience, integrity, and fair-dealing
  • Guaranteed provenance of all items offered for sale

The following SABDA booksellers sell their books through

collectors treasury

Open book store

Johannesburg, South Africa Collectors Treasury, established in 1974, is the largest used and rare book store in Africa. With a stock of over 1 000 000 items, housed on eight floors in the Johannesburg CBD, most subject matter is covered from quality used paperbacks to rare and important items. We also have extensive stocks of maps, engravings, autograph material, records (78rpm, 45rpm and LP)and collectable small items including porcelain, silver and memorabilia. Founder member and first Chairman of SABDA (Southern African Book Dealers Association), the governing trade body in this part of the world.
Specializing in: Africana Antiquarian Art Illustrated And Private Press Modern Firsts Scholarly History Science Medicine Travel And Exploration Search or browse collectors treasury
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