Hacker News article This article was originally published on December 21, 2018.
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The first ever Amazon auction of books was held on December 7, 2018 in London.
This is the largest one ever held in the UK and has been dubbed “The Greatest Sale in the History of the World.”
In total, there were over 4,000,000 books sold during the auction.
The auction site also hosted a number of other events including a huge book signing event on the night of the auction, and a live auction event on January 4, 2019, where millions of books were sold.
Amazon said that the sales at its auctions in 2018 were $1.5 billion, and that the next auction would be in 2020.
It is still unclear if Amazon is going to continue to offer book sales during the next auctions, but if the company does, it will be one of the most lucrative.
Amazon announced that the first book auction was sold for $50,000 at the end of March 2018.
Amazon currently offers two book auctions each year: the first is held every two weeks, and the second is held on Wednesday.
The next Amazon auction is scheduled to be held in 2021, with the auctioning company confirming that it expects the first auction to be sold for at least $250,000.
Amazon is not the only online auction house to offer massive book sales.
Last year, eBay offered book sales for up to $1 million.
This year, Amazon offered book selling for $500,000 and up to three times that amount, while eBay offered up to 50% of the sale.
Amazon has also partnered with Amazon.com to sell books, and now its offering up to 10,000 book sales per month to consumers for up of three years.
Amazon’s sale has raised questions on whether the online marketplace is actually making money.
Some have argued that Amazon is making money off its online books and that there is a market for this, but this is still speculation and we have no confirmation on whether or not Amazon is earning any profits from its books.