ISBN Barcodes for Books
If you need a barcode for a book, we recommend that you first get an ISBN (International Standard Book Number). AN ISBN can be easily transformed into a barcode number for your book (therefore you will not need to buy a unique barcode number).
To get an ISBN you will need to contact the National ISBN Agency in South Africa www.nlsa.ac.za (send an email to [email protected] to apply for an ISBN). After you have your ISBN, come back here & purchase the barcode images for your number.
ISBNs are unique international numbers that are assigned to published books & similar publications. ISBNs are recorded in book directories internationally. They enable publishers, libraries & book stores locate a specific book quickly and efficiently (for re-ordering purposes). A different ISBN is required for each different format published (eg. online books or different language editions).
Once you have your ISBN, come back here and order the barcode for your number below. We will then email you the correct barcode artwork to print on your book.
These barcodes can be used anywhere in the world
ISBN Barcode Images (for Books)
Select the quantity you with to purchase and click proceed to checkout. Then enter your ISBN number into the “ISBN number” section of the checkout page.
Your images will then be emailed through to you straight away in 5 formats: jpeg, eps, tiff, bmp, pdf. Download Sample ISBN Barcode Images (zip file).
Quantity Price per image 1 R 160 2 R 140 each 3 R 110 each 4 + R 80 each 10 + R 50 each
Sample ISBN Barcode:
You will receive your ISBN barcode images straight away by email (in 5 different formats). You can then choose the format that you prefer & get the barcode printed onto your book.
ISBN Barcode with Price Code:
If you need your barcode to have a price code (like the barcode above), let us know when making your order.
Some examples of books that we have created ISBN barcode images for:
Some Feedback from our ISBN Customers …
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