Inventory Overview

Items for Sale

In addition to hardback and paperback books, Greater St. Louis Book Fair sells records, CDs, DVDs, comics and ephemera.

Categories and Interests

Items span over 150 categories including but not limited to:

African American Ancient History Anthropology
Antiques & Collectibles Archeology Architecture
Art Aviation Beverages
Biography & Autobiography Business & Economics Children's
Comics & Graphic Novels Computers Cooking
Crafts & Hobbies Dictionaries Education
English Grammar Entertaining Entertainment
Family & Relationships Feminism Fiction
Foreign Language Games Gardening
Genealogy Great Britain Health & Fitness
History Holidays Home Decorating & Improvements
Humor Illinois Judaica
Law Life Styles Literature
Maps Mathematics Medicine
Missouri Mystery Nature
Occult Pets Philosophy
Photography Plays & Dramatic Arts Poetry
Presidents Psychology Reference
Religion School Annuals Science
Science Fiction Self-Help Sociology
Spirituality Sports & Recreation Technology & Engineering
Transportation Travel War
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Quality Guidelines

The Greater St. Louis Book Fair accepts new or gently used, clean items or rare and best loved treasures. We do not accept donations of moldy, dirty, written in, defaced or otherwise damaged materials. All reference material must be timely - law books no more than 3 years old, encyclopedias no more than 10 years old. Our rule of thumb is "if you wouldn't want to read it in bed, then we won't sell it."

Pricing Guidelines

The following is a guideline for our pricing. Actual prices may vary based on the age, condition, rarity and/or popularity of the item:

Paperback Books $1 Records & CDs $1 - $5
Hardback Books $1 - $5 Video & DVDs $1 - $5
Comics & Graphic Novels $1 - $5 Ephemera $1 - $5

Rare & Collectible Inventory

Hundreds of rare and collectible items are located in glass cases at the front of the fair. Our inventory includes first editions, limited editions, out of print editions, signed copies and other treasures. All such items are sold on a first come first serve basis.