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value of antique poetry
Posted by: vbeckman (206.194.210.---)
Date: February 25, 2005 05:23PM

how do i get value of:

Number 76; Riverside Literature Series; Ode on Immitations of Immortality & Other Poems; William Wordsworth; with a biographical sketch and notes; published by: Houghton, Mifflin Co.; Boston, New York & Chicago; 1st ed.; soft cover with signature; The Riverside Press Cambridge; copyright 1856?????????????? Help!

Re: value of antique poetry
Posted by: lg (
Date: February 25, 2005 05:51PM

V. unless the copy is in mint condition, or has a famous signature or dedication, it probably isn't worth much. But, some older books do have value. Check with a collector. There is some valuable info. here:

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Re: value of antique poetry
Posted by: marian2 (
Date: February 26, 2005 06:08AM

The best way of getting value of it would be to read it smiling smiley

Re: value of antique poetry
Posted by: Jean-Paul (
Date: March 12, 2005 03:50AM

How valuable would it be if you were freezing to death in a blizzrd and you just happened to have a match?

"I "Love Summer more than I hate Winter"

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