Both books are in good condition. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Thank you to guide me and said how Can I do that. Due to the volume of comments, we are unable to continue to reply individually. It is missing part of the first page but all other pages are there. The lithographs are in good shape with only a small stain here and there. Please get back with me and email as soon as possible.
Any information you could give would be greatly appreciated. I was wondering what would the prices of these books. It was the same four volumes, organized in the same way. Where can I go for help on apprasials. What got me interested in the automobile books was the incredible amount of info in them. The personal mentor side of it was gone.
Also, The Original Uncle Remus His Songs and His Sayings. Some of them still have the dust jacket. When you were here last year for the furniture etc. Each book has a separate publishing date variing from late 1800-1910. The issues from 1954 thru 1985 are books and the rest are mags.
I also have a copy of Return of the Native Modern Library , inscription on first page lists a date of 1930. Priscilla I just found a box with a six volume set of E Phillip Oppenheimer mysteries. It covers a complete curriculum from tools, math, strength of timbers, estimating, and foundations all the way to exterior and interior finish work and furniture. Pages are firm and spine remains intact. The auction is tonight and following is the link to images of the many and varied items. Some of the books are falling apart but they are old. Thank you for any information you can give me.
This is fairly common for 20th century books. You want to know why they care. It is the Literature book, and The name of the book is Masnavi the Poetry of Molana I think you know molana Mewlānā Jalāl ad-Dīn Muḥammad Balkhī also known as Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī was a 13th-century Persian poet, jurist, theologian, and Sufi mystic. Not sure if any of them are valuable. I doubt that, but lots of smart people think so. Johnson, Fry and Company, volume 2.
Was wondering if you knew anything about this book? I have two books from the 1936 Olympics Winter and Summer. Also an American Heritage 35-yr chronological subject guide 1954-1989. Incomplete sets, separate volumes, and copies in bad condition would be worth significantly less. Ltd, Toronto, Ontario stamped on title page beneath Theo. In all there are about 300 books, and I have been able to make an alphabical listing. Working with a generalist would probably still serve you well.
There are a couple places where my mom signed her name and it is autographed. Recently, I was working with Rick Reynolds learn about him on our page to edit our company , now up on our website. Thank you for your time, Maria E. The glued in pictures are amazing. There apparently was a 200 volume set with Leather bound covers holding 20 volumes each I believe they used to tie with ribbons to hold the volumes in the cover. I was told it probably is the only copy still in public circulation. You feel just a little more reverent having these books in your hands.
The leather is also fragile with tears. Any information about these books would be greatly appreciated. If your parents or grandparents were known collectors and have a listing of their library, chances are very good that they knew what information was important to document. I asked if I could have some they said sure. I have an old manuscript of a book … it is for about 800 years ago…. Gustav Sigel Copyright 1899 by The Werner Company Other than very minor water damage? Readers Digest Condensed Books: Volume 2-1956 6. Thank you, Ann I have two books that I would love too get a value on.
Note: We cannot guarantee that every book is in the library. Book collectors often look for volumes in pristine or as near pristine as possible condition. Is any or all of this collectables or worth any kind of money. Could you please tell me if they are worth anything at all or are the just dust collectors? How much can I get for this one? Blackmore, published in 1893 and with illustrations by Frank T. Although the 1902 edition is rare in American libraries, it is known, and because the text is obtainable, and earlier editions do exist, it would not be particularly sought-after. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. I turned to the first page of the first volume and what I read I had a big affect on me.