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MEMORIAL DAY RARE AND OLD BOOK SALE
A Fundraiser for the Library
Don’t miss the library’s Rare and Old Book Sale Fundraiser this Memorial Day weekend – Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, May 27th through May 29th, from 12 to 4 p.m. Sale will be held at the Cannon Beach Library, 131 N Hemlock St, downtown Cannon Beach, Oregon.
Sale includes rare, old, signed, and collectible adult and children’s books that have been pulled from incoming donations and then evaluated by an expert for value and condition. Choose from a fine selection of collectible titles across a wide range of prices. Perfect for collectors, booksellers, hobbyists, resellers, and anyone looking for an interesting find or a special gift. Priced to sell! We’ll also be running a bonus sale – buy any 3 books and get the 4th book FREE (of equal or lesser value).
The following are just a few highlights of the many titles available. Descriptions and photos are as-is; please come to the sale for more information or to look at the items. No holds or early admission; sale begins promptly at 12 p.m. Saturday, May 27th.
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