ISBN Barcodes for Books
If you have an ISBN number for your book, you can purchase the barcode images for your number below.
If you don’t have an ISBN number yet, please contact the South African National Library. They will issue your ISBN. Then come back to this page, cut and paste the number into the order form.
You will receive your ISBN barcode images from us by email (in 5 different formats: jpeg, tiff, bmp, eps & pdf). We can supply these in either standard 13 digit format, or with the optional extra 5 digit price supplement after the main barcode. If you want the version with the 5 digit supplement, let us know when you make the order, and tell us what you want encoded in the barcode supplement.
These barcodes can be used worldwide
ISBN Barcode Images (for Books)
Quantity Price per image 1 R 160 2 R 140 each 3 R 110 each 4 + R 80 each 10 + R 50 each
‘thanks heaps! its now on the back cover of the book. I really appreciated your very fast service, this means the book can do to the printer on monday morning’ – SD
Below are some books that are using our ISBN barcode images:
“Many thanks David for your very prompt service. A great experience for a novice like me!” Tazz
How to use your ISBN barcode:
After we receive your order, we will use your ISBN number to create your barcode images.
Your barcode images will be emailed to you in 5 different formats (jpeg, eps, bmp, tiff & pdf) and 2 different styles (so you will receive a total of 10 images). One style will have your ISBN number printed above the bars of the barcode (like in the example above), the other style will not.
You can choose which barcode format & style you prefer, and insert the barcode picture into the design for the cover of your book before printing. If your book has already been printed, you can order sticky barcode labels for your ISBN number & manually attach them to each book.
ISBN Barcode with Price Code:
If you would like your barcode image to include a price code, like in the example above, please let us know when placing your order. A “0” at the start of the 5 digit supplement represents the £ sign or a ‘5’ represents USD. These are the only currencies that can be used with the 5 digit supplements at this stage.
Some Feedback from ISBN Barcode Customers …
“Thanks again David. I am reccomending your business to friends!” Kavisha
“Thank you! You guys are always wonderful help! I will get on to that right away.” Dianne
“Thank you very much for such a prompt response” Linda