In the Netherlands, it is not illegal to own "Mein Kampf," but since 1974, it has been illegal for stores to sell the book, DutchNews.nl reported.
The Federation of Dutch Jews has instigated legal action against the Totalitarian Art Gallery, which has three copies of the book for sale.
Gallery owner Michiel van Eyck said he is not surprised about the legal action, adding that the "Mein Kampf" is not displayed in store windows, but is part of a collection of historic items that also includes memorabilia from the Nazi era, relics of Stalin's rule in Russia and China under Mao.
"It is quite bizarre that you cannot sell or buy a book written 80 years ago by a frustrated nutcase when it is freely available via the internet," Van Eyck said.
The Jewish group said it wants the books confiscated from Van Eyck's store.
"At a time of increasing anti-Semitism it is important to act against this form of inciting hatred," chairman Herman Loonstein said.