Modern Library question
kamins at dogeared.com
Tue Apr 17 20:59:57 EDT 2001
In a recent e-mail, RSCCONOVE at aol.com said (in part):
>inside of the DJ (the side the touches the book) is upside down. Is this
It's amusing, I'll tell you that. :-D Unfortunately, it isn't like the
Modern Library is famous for such oddities. I have a Boni-Liveright
Treasure Island binding hosusing Ibsen's Plays, an illustrated Longfellow
book block in a standard Longfellow binding, a balloon cloth Candide with
one signature missing and a second signature doubled, and a giant buckram
without the buckram stamp on the spine.
>Does it increase the value of the book, etc..?
Maybe by a couple of bucks to somebody who collects such blunders, but in
`\|||/ Scot Kamins
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