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Useful Note: The ISBN system was created in the United Kingdom in 1966 by the booksellers and stationers W H Smith and originally called Standard Book Numbering or SBN. It was adopted as the international standard ISO 2108 in 1970. The system assigns a unique ten digit number for each book. As of January 2007 an expanded thirteen digit number is assigned. In listings one can often find both the ten and thirteen digit numbers used. If both numbers are used, they appear similar except for the last digit.

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