The items were withdrawn from circulation in Wolverhampton's 16 strong library network in order to make way for new stock - with sale prices starting from just 30p.
Hundreds of people descended on the Alan Garner Centre next to Central Library for the sale on Saturday, snapping up over 1,000 titles in the process.
Councillor John Reynolds, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for City Economy, said: "We aim to ensure our libraries carry a wide range of titles, including the latest publications.
"With around 200 new books published every day in the UK there is always pressure on space on our shelves, and so from time to time we need to withdraw old titles from circulation.
"These tend to be books or CDs which haven't been loaned for a long period of time, or which have been updated with new editions.
"All of our libraries have a small selection of withdrawn stock for sale, and this is the third time we have brought them together for a sale."
In total, the sales have raised over £3,000, with all proceeds reinvested into the library service, including the purchase of the latest titles.
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released: Tuesday 24 July, 2018