Book CHEK

Book CHEK

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(916) 487-3723

2800 Marconi Avenue

Sacramento
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CA
95821

Book CHEK is a business providing services in the field of Book Dealers - Used & Rare. Book CHEK is located in Sacramento, CA on 2800 Marconi Avenue.

Book CHEK telephone number is (916) 487-3723.

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Helpful Tip for: Book Dealers - Used & Rare


Used Book dealers in Sacramento deal with buying and selling of old and rare books. They have a collection of old, used books which they re-sell at a discounted price. On the contrary, rare books, although old may cost more than its original value. The cost of such books is ascertained by its antique value rather than age.


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