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Postby Red Schuhart » Sun Aug 24, 2008 11:33 pm

Don't worry about dust - all books are little dust factories.

But a 300 year old book with binding intact is a survivor. Find out what it is, the title, author, publisher and date - I'll tell you if you can stop buying lottery tickets.

The three most important points to a book collector are condition, condition and condition. No, it isn't a stutter. That's just how important condition is to collectors.

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Postby AfterburnzzPX » Mon Aug 25, 2008 12:01 am

I'll see if I can dig it up-I've got an old garage,an old shed,a new garage,a new shed,2 houses,a basement and much much more to check.If I find it,you're getting a screen.
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Postby Red Schuhart » Mon Aug 25, 2008 1:25 am

My main area of interest is 20th century fiction, but I may still be able to put a price on it. If not I know a guy in New York who sells maybe 6 books per year and clears $250,000 without much problem ( :shock: ) - he'll know.

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