Bookstores in Oregon

10th Street Collections

Eugene, Oregon, United States

Have been selling online since 2017 on Ebay. Moved into selling books as it was thrilling to look through books and find treasures. As inventory grew, it made sense to expand to Biblio.


Portland, Oregon, United States

Vintage books from a cozy private library.

Betty's Books, LLC

Baker City, Oregon, United States

Brian Hall

SALEM, Oregon, United States

Personal Seller

Country Reports

Ashland, Oregon, United States

Homeschooling Family

Creekside Books

Dallas , Oregon, United States

A small store that grew from just being addicted to books

Cross Genre Books

West Linn, Oregon, United States

Cross Genre Books has been in business since 1985

FenFin Bookstore

Pleasant Hill, Oregon, United States

Online Family Bookstore

Intangible Books

Eugene, Oregon, United States

Intangible Books is a forty-year collection being slowly redistributed back into the market. The collection is strong in 20th century American literature, labor and proletarian history, western Americana, and rare ephemera. Listings will be added as time allows. Feel free to send inquiries.

Books are described according to ABAA standards (Fine, Near Fine, Very Good, Good, Fair). Pictures will accompany listings as much as possible. More photos always available on request. Questions welcome. The collector was quite picky, and the descriptions will reflect the same discerning eye.


Estacada, Oregon, United States

Personal book and antique collections

Janet Hudson

tillamook, Oregon, United States


jeffrey land

DEPOE BAY, Oregon, United States

private collector selling older books

Laurie's Shed

Sandy, Oregon, United States

on line only

Linden Avenue Books

Salem, Oregon, United States

Linden Avenue Books is independently owned and operated and located in Lincoln City, Oregon. We feature a wide range of fiction and non-fiction, including biography, history and modern first editions. All books are carefully packed and shipped in a box.

Mantooth Books

Portland, Oregon, United States

Quality first editions and collectible rarities, specializing in Paul Auster titles. We're a small, independent operation from Portland, OR. Contact us at for all inquiries. Visit our extensive, personal collection of Paul Auster titles at Thanks for your support!


Corvallis, Oregon, United States

I am selling off my library. There are a variety of types of books listed - but, the majority are theological. I'll be adding listings over the next couple of weeks.

Rural Hours

La Grande, Oregon, United States

Rural Hours (formerly Wood + River = Books, est. 2019) specializes in ecology, natural history, nature writing, the environment, environmental literature, and contemporary essay, with a special passion for association copies and notable inscriptions. We draw our name from the popular-but-then-forgotten book by Susan Fenimore Cooper (published in 1850), generally considered the first work of environmental creative nonfiction by a woman in the U.S. We are interested in challenging and expanding the canon of environmental literature and finding books that tell remarkable stories and illuminate the tradition of writing about place and natural history.

Singing Saw Books

Portland, Oregon, United States

Scholarly, out-of-print, and used books sold.

Tonna Newton

Myrtle Creek, Oregon, United States

I am a private seller. All books have come from my personal home library.

Tsundoku Library

cottage grove, Oregon, United States

Selling lightly used books and retired library books.

Witch Books

SALEM, Oregon, United States

Specialty: Political Science, Law and Government, Fiction, Judaism Judaica, History, Psychology Books, Medicine, Vintage & Antiquarian, Philosophy
I happen not to be partial to those ubiquitous dust jacket protectors (Brodart and the like). To me, they tend to leave the book feeling rather too much like a library book, and I don't like library books! My dust jackets are protected with a loose-fitting acid-free acetate film which prevents damage without affecting too much the feel of the book. I take great pains in accurately describing my books - both edition and condition. I DO NOT fall into the common error of less experienced book people who assume that a book is a first edition if the only date in it is the copyright date! I'm not at all sure that I go along with all this "first edition, second printing" business. To me, if the book is a second printing, or third or fourth or whatever, then it's a reprint and therefore not a first edition. So if I list a book as a "First Edition" you can rest assured that it is NOT a reprint! And I don't understand how some dealers can just shove an unprotected book into a flimsy padded envelope and call it "packed" and expect it to survive the trials and tribulations of a journey through the postal system without bumping its corners or spine ends. My books will arrive carefully packed in bubble-wrap, cardboard and brown paper and proudly carrying the Bark of the Beech Tree red stamp. Finally, a word about international shipping. And the word is: "expensive"! I apologize for the steep shipping fees but that's what it costs. International rates have skyrocketed in recent years. Anyway, feel free to make use of the [Ask Bookseller a Question] button if you have questions, comments, or observations. Thank you.

Yamhill Book Company

Hillsboro, Oregon, United States

"Books are everywhere; and always the same sense of adventure fills us. Second-hand books are wild books, homeless books; they have come together in vast flocks of variegated feather, and have a charm which the domesticated volumes of the library lack" – Virginia Woolf in Street Haunting

My objective is to deliver well being for the book and the buyer.