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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_best-selling_books

This page provides lists of best-selling individual books and book series to date and in any language. "Best selling" refers to the estimated number of copies sold  ...

www.lib.umn.edu/faq/108

Books that identify first editions for the rare/used book trade, such as FIRST ... you can assume that a title that has gone back to press several times has sold well.

electricliterature.com/everything-you-wanted-to-know-about-book-sales-but-were-afraid-to-ask-1fe6bc00aa2d

Jun 30, 2016 ... What's the actual number of books sold? Well… basically a combo of 2 and 3, plus ebook and audiobook sales. A publisher sells books to ...

writers.stackexchange.com/questions/1483/where-can-i-find-sales-numbers-for-books

Feb 8, 2011 ... You can call their automated stock check number at (800) 937-0995. ... idea of whether you're talking about a book that sold 1,000 copies, ...

entertainment.time.com/2013/10/02/tom-clancy-by-the-numbers

Oct 2, 2013 ... Number of feature films based on his books: 5 (The Hunt for Red October, ... Number of copies Red October sold in its first 6 months: 45,000.

gmatclub.com/forum/was-the-number-of-books-sold-at-bookstore-x-last-week-greater-than-the-220423.html

Was the number of books sold at Bookstore X last week greater than the number of books sold at Bookstore Y last week? (1) Last ...

www.salesrankexpress.com

Sales Rank Express is the premier sales rank checker, book monitor, and market research tool for authors, publishers, and other book creators and marketers.

www.quora.com/Can-you-tell-how-many-copies-of-a-book-have-been-sold-by-Amazon-rank

The ranking is based on how many of that product was sold that day and thus changes ... Note: This probably won't work for books with low numbers of reviews,  ...

www.quora.com/How-can-I-find-the-number-of-copies-of-a-book-sold-in-the-market

I just answered this last week for someone else: Gary D. Robson's answer to Where can I find good information about copies sold of specific books? In a nutshell ...