White Unicorn Books (IOBA)

White Unicorn Books (IOBA)

Joined 29 October 2001

5-star rating

323 South Montclair Ave.
Dallas, TX, U.S.A.

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About the Bookseller

White Unicorn Books is an on-line only bookstore started in October 2001 by Joan and De Wayne White. Proud member of IOBA (Independent Online Booksellers Association). We started with the Science Fiction collection developed over 40 years. We have continued adding to that collection from various places, adding many other categories to satisfy our customers. Whether you want used books, secondhand books, out of print books, rare books, antiquarian books, signed books, or books on economics, theater, travel, art, political science, juvenile fantasy, or anything else from our online used book store, we are committed to giving you Excellent Service.

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Terms of Sale

Call us with any questions at 214-948-1835. Our email address is Joan@WhiteUnicornBooks.com Our VERY BEST description is FINE. Books with dust jackets are shipped with dust jackets protectors [Brodart/Mylar]. All Items are subject to prior sale. We update daily - so unless a book has JUST sold we have it in stock. We fully guarantee all our descriptions. Returns are accepted when we are notified within 30 days of receipt. If the book is mis-described we will also return postage. ABE is now proce...

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Shipping Terms

Stated S&H is for the standard 2.2 lb (1 Kg) book. We may ask for additional S&H for overweight/oversize books. --------------- International S&H may incur additional costs if the "well padded" book will not fit in a Flat Rate Global Priority envelope. --------------- We will refund excess S&H charges for multiple orders, when applicable, depending on the shipping weight, before ABE charged your credit card. --------------- US Shipping always includes Delivery Confirmation (USA only) with a copy to you, by email, so you can track delivery. --------------- In our opinion, no bookdealer should charge the customer for insurance. Insurance is for the bookdealer - not the customer. If we think insurance is advisable - we will pay for it.