424 Graham Ave
Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3C 0L8
Membre depuis 21 décembre 2004
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Bison Books is a busy open shop located in the heart of downtown Winnipeg. Our meticulously-curated stock of 20,000 antiquarian, used, and out-of-print books and our friendly and welcoming atmosphere set us apart from other bookstores. We have a long-established reputation of easygoing professionalism, and maintain an eclectic, fresh collection including everything from first editions, fine bindings and antiquarian books, to Indigenous Studies, art, literature, and classics, with new acquisitions daily.
Direct payment accepted by check, money order, credit card (MasterCard, Visa), or Paypal. GST will be added to shipments within Canada. All books are subject to prior sale, so please contact us to hold pending receipt of payment. Any book is returnable (postpaid) within ten days of receipt if received in a condition other than as described.
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Postage costs quoted are based on an average-sized book, weighing 2 lbs / 1 kg; we will request extra charges if your book is larger than average.
Canadian rates are based on the price of Canpar courier. If you require delivery to an apartment, PO Box, or rural location, please inquire about the cost of shipping via Canada Post (usually around $13.50).
Most of our US-bound packages are couriered over the border, for shipment via USPS. We find this method of shipping is both faster and cheaper than the other options, even given the possible delay in dispatch. If you wish immediate dispatch, please inquire about the options.
International orders going surface, are sent via Canada Post "small packet" rate, which is the least expensive option for international shipments, but is NOT insurable, so these packages will be sent at the customer's risk. International airmail parcels are sent USPS Priority, which is insured, and the price of which is based on the cost of a standard flat-rate Priority envelope.