Sell dating database
Whether you’re a collector wanting to know what price to pay; a consignor looking to learn the value of your property; an appraiser or estate office trying to evaluate a client’s possessions; or a journalist researching a given subject, our database is a valuable tool.
What about your deepest, darkest secrets – like your sexual fantasies, or your desire to cheat on your spouse?
The largest collection of older auction sale and booksellers' catalogues is at shelfmark 'S. Please note these volumes are restricted due to their poor physical state. Catalogues for 'Hodgson & Co.', as well as their predecessors 'Robert Saunders' and 'Saunders & Hodgson', for 1807 to 1967. (the first to 1901 with index and notes by EB Harris) of Hodgson sales to 1902 at shelfmark S. Hodgson(a); further material in the Department of Manuscripts. For the 19th and 20th centuries, try the section on English book sale catalogues in J Blogie's may also prove helpful in identifying the venue and date of a sale. II: 1676-1689 (Leipzig, 2000) [copies in Rare Books and Music at: RAR381.45002]. Dickinson, prints alphabetical indexes to named sales, which also turn up in the cumulated indexes, all now on a CD-ROM (updated annually).
Rare Books Reference Enquiry Desk staff can advise on how to find and order microfilm substitutes in place of the originals. British Library readers can access this database through any reading room 'Electronic Resources' computer. Information can also be found in Lugt (see the notes on art sales below) or in the lists of sale catalogues held by the Royal Library in Brussels (see above). At the British Library, foreign book sale catalogues are often described individually in Explore the British Library under the name of the owner of the collection. Bléchet, (Toulouse, 1974) [copy in storage at: LB.31.b.18593]. This is indexed via a database accessible through any 'Electronic Resources' computer onsite at the British Library (see list of Rare Books Electronic Databases). This is available to British Library readers via any 'Electronic Resources' computer onsite.
It also lists the main printed and online reference tools that can be used to gain access to them. For availability of all these finding aids, please ask in the Manuscripts Reading Room (email: [email protected]).
You might even be willing to pay a hefty ransom to protect your secrets from being exposed, but it turns out your sexual proclivities aren’t worth very much to a cybercriminal – a paltry eight thousandths of a cent, in fact.
That’s apparently the going rate on dark web cybercrime forums for account credentials stolen from adult dating and pornographic websites.
As Forbes reported, the low price tag for the Naughty America data was probably due to the fact that the account passwords were protected with bcrypt, a strong cryptographic algorithm used for storing passwords so they’re time-consuming to crack, even if a crook steals the database and can attack it off-line.
Other adult and dating websites haven’t been careful in securing their users’ accounts, as evidenced by several recent data breaches.