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First, read Part I: How to Tell a Rare Book From an Old Book. The London edition is the “true” first and worth around

First, read Part I: How to Tell a Rare Book From an Old Book. The London edition is the “true” first and worth around $1,400. Mark Twain’s has over seven documented (and corrected) mistakes during the printing process. An author signature can mean an increase in value of ten times or more the ordinary value of the book in most cases. George Orwell’s was published in 1949 in both London and New York. Thrifty printers will not throw out a batch of sheets simply because there was a mistake on the page. Those first sheets now form an “issue point” that collectors use to determine how early in the printing process the sheet was printed.These offerings of incunabula are among the earliest printed books in the Western World.

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First, read Part I: How to Tell a Rare Book From an Old Book. The London edition is the “true” first and worth around $1,400. Mark Twain’s has over seven documented (and corrected) mistakes during the printing process. An author signature can mean an increase in value of ten times or more the ordinary value of the book in most cases.

George Orwell’s was published in 1949 in both London and New York. Thrifty printers will not throw out a batch of sheets simply because there was a mistake on the page. Those first sheets now form an “issue point” that collectors use to determine how early in the printing process the sheet was printed.

These offerings of incunabula are among the earliest printed books in the Western World.

Next, go through this list with each book that seems promising. The New York edition is the “first American edition” and worth $250. If you have all of them (or many of them) in your copy, it can be worth over $10,000. Even simple pages that have no printing on them, called blanks, are critical to the value of the book. With luck, they will not be on the title-page, as this diminishes value; they should ideally be located on blank pages before the title page. For example, as stated above, an unsigned copy of F.

Highlights of the rare book collection include significant Renaissance works in the sciences and humanities, Middle East studies, Northwest history, and Oregon authors.

,400. Mark Twain’s has over seven documented (and corrected) mistakes during the printing process. An author signature can mean an increase in value of ten times or more the ordinary value of the book in most cases.

George Orwell’s was published in 1949 in both London and New York. Thrifty printers will not throw out a batch of sheets simply because there was a mistake on the page. Those first sheets now form an “issue point” that collectors use to determine how early in the printing process the sheet was printed.

These offerings of incunabula are among the earliest printed books in the Western World.

Next, go through this list with each book that seems promising. The New York edition is the “first American edition” and worth 0. If you have all of them (or many of them) in your copy, it can be worth over ,000. Even simple pages that have no printing on them, called blanks, are critical to the value of the book. With luck, they will not be on the title-page, as this diminishes value; they should ideally be located on blank pages before the title page. For example, as stated above, an unsigned copy of F.

Highlights of the rare book collection include significant Renaissance works in the sciences and humanities, Middle East studies, Northwest history, and Oregon authors.

Rare books has over 22,000 volumes predominantly in English and Spanish, dating from the fifteenth century.

We have a large and varied selection of antiquarian books dating back over 500 years.

We like all of them to be in the finest possible condition.

Other copies with a few mistakes are usually worth between 0-1,000. Make certain that there are no loose pages or gatherings of leaves that have come out or are in danger of falling out. An owner inscription or signature from a member of your own family is always interesting to find, and if he or she was a well-known person, could add to value. Scott Fitzgerald’s without a dust jacket might bring around 0. Skinner sold a copy that was signed and presented to the famous poet Archibald Mac Leish.

These “issue points” can be found in online references to bibliographical information gathered on each book. One lost page can be devastating to a rare book’s value. This unique copy brought ,500 at our November 2004 Books auction! Sometimes you judge a book by its cover Decorative visual appeal can increase a book’s value.PSU Library Special Collections is home to a growing collection of manuscripts, early printed works, and rare books dating back to the early medieval period.