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Re: way OT

Did you check on Amazon?  I found that my copy of 
 "The Possum that Didn't" was worth quite a lot of money.
More to the point, are there children who would enjoy these
books - if not granchildren, then nieces, nephews, or just
neighbors.  Or offer them to a library.  As a one-time librarian,
I hate to see any books discarded.

In a message dated 8/23/2009 8:40:45 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

I am trying to determine what old junk I have is really worth something or
not.  Been cleaning out very old boxes I got from who knows where....

Old books:
These are hardcovered childrens stories- From Fairy tales to Heidi and all 
classics, obviously sold as a series.  They are in great condition although
yellowed from age.  Probably from the 30's or 40's.  Didn't really see a 
although copywrited 1917 , but I am sure it isn't that old.

I did a search on Heidi and my books look similiar to the ones they claim 
from 1925.  unfortunately they don't seem to have any bids...

So- do I keep them, toss them, are they worth anything?



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