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Best genuine art book sellers on eBay.Best genuine art book sellers on eBay.Ask MFC

KrakolioKrakoliohace 5 años
I've had experience buying from an eBay store called "Hit-Japan" stores.ebay.com.... So far, it seems reliable and buyer reviews overall have been positive.

However, I've read that certain old, Top Rated eBay stores with high positive feedback still occasionally sell counterfeit items, their excuse being that 'I was told it was genuine'.

I'm particularly interested in rare and out of print anime and manga art books, and by the way, I've already done my own research.

I would use eBay more often if it wasn't so unreliable. If you suggest particular trustworthy sellers, even from other websites, I would really appreciate it, especially if your recommendation is based on personal experience.
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Yup I will recommend japan-ssdyuk as well.

But the last time I bought anything from him was 2-3 years ago because I was blocked by him to purchase multiple items for no reason. Back then he offered free SAL shipping for purchases >$100. I combined lots of books until the total >$100 for 2 shipments. That's the only reason I can think of for him blocking me from bidding/buying multiple items at one go.
hace 5 años
Isn't more expensive buying artbook from ebay? Though I got a very nice deal once, after some amount of time searching for the best price everywhere.
hace 5 años
I'll thumbs up Japan-ssdyuk aswell, spent hundreds of euros buying stuff from him and never had any problems.
hace 5 años
Chloe-tsundere The louise otaku
Japan-ssdyuk

Hes really kind even willing to look up items for you and post thrm on ebay. He can be found on fb as well

Oh seems he has been mentioned. Guess i agree then xD
hace 5 años
haro mizu no akashi
R_Dorothyhace 5 años#2490587www.ebay.com/sc...
His prices shift pretty often, and he does sometimes have a Best Offer option, so it's best to watch his items for awhile until it's a price you're OK with.
He gets in some pretty hard to find stuff.


I second this seller. Regarding the 'best offer', I've noticed that if you're already ordering a good chunk of stuff from him, he's pretty likely to accept a low best offer price.
hace 5 años
I second Otaku.com.

They're very nice, I've been using them for years.
hace 5 años
www.ebay.com/sc...

His prices shift pretty often, and he does sometimes have a Best Offer option, so it's best to watch his items for awhile until it's a price you're OK with.

He gets in some pretty hard to find stuff.
hace 5 años
kittokatsutsu SHSL Magical Girl
R_Kasahara has covered all the main sources I use for my books. Before I learned about the other sources, I also used this ebay store here. Everything was legit and the seller was quite friendly, but the prices weren't as fantastic as I thought when I was a newbie.
hace 5 años
RKasa Deal Hunter ( =₃=)*
Mandarake is typically the first place I check for OOP artbooks. I also recommend Amazon.co.jp's third-party sellers and Suruga-ya, though you'll need a proxy sometimes for the former and just about always for the latter. Amazon is also searchable by ISBN, which comes in handy sometimes.

If you must use eBay, Otaku.com is a reliable seller, though their items tend to be cheaper at their own shop.
hace 5 años
Buy Anime figurines and japanese popculture collectibles at figuya.com

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