Make money by investing in rare books

Published: Saturday, 20th April, 2019
Written by: Mike Dodd
Make money by investing in rare books

Have you ever seen a book collector? There are a lot of people who have collected rare books not because they adore the author only but they also invest big money on that. You don’t need to wonder why because there is always something wonderful to see about the world including rare book collector. The book collector's obsession can be a story in itself, for example, the myth of Don Vincente, a former Spanish priest who robbed and killed at least eight people to complete his book collection. Or the story of Richard Heber who filled eight houses, four in England and the other four on various continents, with rare books. The madness of these book collectors gave birth to a business line that was the same age as the obsession with book addicts.

That is the business of rare books. Bibliophilia or bibliophilism is a love of books. While bibliophiles are individuals who love books. This is the market for rare booksellers. For a bibliophile, ownership of a book is more important than its contents. A bibliophile can buy or steal rare books because of the history, story, and value of the book. Every one of them has his own obsession, some like to collect Latin American literary books, cookbooks, or books about magic. The more experienced they are, the more special collection books they have.


There have been a lot of sites that offer rare and expensive books. Alibris is one of the sites that will spoil your eyes with several rare collections. Don’t need to worry about the money you will spend, because there are a lot of vouchers you can apply when you want to purchase rare books in there.

Don’t think about the money you will spend but how long and valuable your investment will be because it is rare book and no one is supposed to buy when they don’t have an idea what rare book looks like. It is not about the price, but also the value especially the sentimental value that generation has or the owner has. When it has come to investment, then you should let it go and get bigger money from the sale.

That is how collecting rare book looks like. Just be sure about books you are going to collect and make sure that you already did good research before you buy because you also need to see the value more than anything before. Check the rarity and decide whether it is worth it or not to continue buying the rare books there. Get the vouchers and tryAlibris for another journey of collecting rare books.

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