Yes, after much fuss 'n bother, the Shop is finally up and running. A few last minute problems with the UPS connection presented a problem or two. I opted to scratch that for now and added a simple Shipping & Handling calculation, based on destination and weight (of the books, not mine).
All of which works out to:
Mechanick Exercises: Or The Doctrine Of Handy-Works, by Joseph Moxon: 1703: List price, $22.95 - OUR PRICE, $18.95
Our Workshop, by Temple Thorold: 1866: List price, $17.95, OUR PRICE: $14.95
The Painter, Gilder, and Varnishers' Companion, by Henry Carey Baird: 1850: List price, $17.95, OUR PRICE: $14.95
Working Drawings of Colonial Furniture, by Frederick Bryant: 1922: List price, $14.95, OUR PRICE: $12.95
From Amazon, Barnes & Nobles and all those other places, the prices will be list or whatever they choose (they being the large gorillas, or in the case of Barnes & Nobles, a large chimpanzee?). I can offer a discount as I am the boss. Wholesale and bulk retail orders happily accepted at substantial discounts.
Feel free to look around, comment, actually buy something or whatever you will.
Till next, Gary
PS: Someone asked who the printer is? Lightning Source, the printer arm of Ingram Books who are the largest book company in the U.S. There are good odds that a book you are reading was printed by Lightning Source but you didn't know it. They're the company that most of the POD middlemen use, as well as LuLu, Createspace and a host of others. They simply don't tell you that they are middlemen, adding a charge to the production costs to cover their services. And that's a good part of the reason I can offer titles at very reasonable prices. It's Me > Lightning Source > You.