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The Bookseller

The Bookseller is a major journal of the English book trade, published since the mid-19th century.

Publication History

The Bookseller began in 1858, and soon absorbed Bent's Literary Advertiser, which has been published since 1802. It absorbed The Stationery Trades' Journal in 1922, and was known as The Bookseller and The Stationery Trades' Journal from then until 1928. It was then called The Publisher and Bookseller from then until 1933, when it reverted to its current name. It is still published today.

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