Two eBay Auctions For Your Consideration…

I’ve been thinning out my library lately, and decided to put a few books up for sale on eBay.

First up is a collection of Nine Vintage Catholic Books, all published by Image books between the 1950s and 1970s:

This lot includes books by Aquinas, Chesterton, Newman, as well as biographies of Damien the Leper, Francis of Assisi, and Bernadette of Lourdes. These vintage books are all in used condition, and the quality varies from almost “like new” to “acceptable,” but all are complete and clean to read. Bidding starts at only $1.00 for the set, plus a flat rate fee of $4 for shipping (my apologies to my friends outside the United States; I’m only set up to ship to an address in the U.S.).

To bid on this lot of vintage Catholic books, click here.

For my second lot, I gathered eight more vintage Image books, but these are all writings of great mystics, including John of the Cross, Ignatius of Loyola, Jean-Pierre de Caussade, and Thomas Merton. Again, these used books vary in condition. To sweeten this deal, I’m also throwing in a signed copy of The Big Book of Christian Mysticism, so I’m calling this auction the Christian Mysticism Starter Library. Bidding starts at only $16.00, with a flat rate shipping fee of $4.00 (to US addresses only).

To bid on this lot of Christian Mysticism books, click here.

I hope one or both of these auctions will appeal to you. The mysticism library auction ends this coming Friday, and the vintage Catholic auction ends the following day, on Saturday. Happy bidding!

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About Carl McColman

Author of Befriending Silence, The Big Book of Christian Mysticism, Answering the Contemplative Call, and other books. Retreat leader. Speaker. Professed Lay Cistercian.

  • David Clark

    I’d like to bid on your Christian Mysticism Starter Library, but the link provided goes to the Catholic titles. Can you correct it?

    I found your site via James Ford’s Monkeymind and have been enjoying reading you for the last several weeks.

    • Carl McColman

      Oops! Thanks for pointing that out. It’s fixed, now.