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Re: Interesting eBay Auctions
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Much less common than the GA&U version..

eBay Item #181528663317

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MUCH Too expensive for me, but a set that doesn't come up very often.

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There was a review copy, clearly photographed, & (I'm guessing) in better condition, that went on eBay in early August for £20...
eBay Item #281402140157

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Khamûl wrote:
Indeed, & that is the kind of price a set goes for...
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Mind you. that is an odd auction as the text claims that the books are Houghton Mifflin (and makes reference to a 4th printing of volume 12) and the picture shows the UK editions, including the Index. I wonder what the buyer eventually receives...

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laurel wrote:
I really wouldn't like to lose a book trying to get £10 or £20 off the price if you want it.


Completely agree. But that was why I put in a best offer. I didn't want it enough. If I had "really wanted" it, I would of course used the BIN.

Congrats on purchase. And indeed, I too have only seen a few advance copies over the years.

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