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Need help with pricing referance book?

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Hey everyone, Im having a bit of trouble pricing the referance book "Die Varieties of U.S.Large Cents." By John R. Grellman. Its for the 1840-1857 pieces.


Ive never used it and know what I paid for it, my dad already has one.


Not trying to sell it here, so I hope this is not taken as spam. Im just trying to figure out a fair price to sell at and maybe where to sell it at.


Thanks in advance for any and all help.


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There are three editions of this book. Make sure you are pricing the right one. The first edition should probably sell for less than the second or third. There were a lot of changes after the first edition, and the first edition was a two volume three ring binder format book.


$90 shipped is not too bad a price for a third edition but not great. The book is available new, either with or without autograph, from the author for $100 postpaid.

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This one is brand spanking new. I havent even taken it out of its plastic it was shipped in. Its a brown leather book from I believe 2001. I would guess 400-600 pages or so. I dont believe its signed, but if it was I wouldnt be selling it. I collect coin books, first editions, and signed books.


Thanks for the help everyone. Would the bst be the best place for it or coinzip? Never sold a coin book before. Im always buying them lol.


As always thanks for the help.

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