EVERYMAN"S LIBRARY PRICE GUIDE
cottonwoodbooks at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 12 16:41:12 EST 2005
Wonderful. Your testimony and the link is exactly what I needed to see.
J B Krygier <jbkrygier at owu.edu> wrote:
On Mar 12, 2005, at 2:33 PM, Scot Kamins wrote:
> At 11:25 AM -0800 3/12/05, Cottonwood Books wrote:
> Has this guide been reviewed somewhere, by an Everyman colllector? I
> would like to see it reviewed first.
> The book is brand new. I don't know if too many people have even seen
> it yet!
> PING: John Krygier - have you seen this book? What do you think of it?
The Everyman's Guide is brand new and I have not seen a copy yet.
Samples of some of the entries are here:
There is no key on the above page to the format of each entry, but
entries include information about the first edition, variants, a
scarcity index (1 is scarcest), actual number of books produced (!!!) -
in parenthesis after the scarcity number, and notes when appropriate.
While I have not seen the entire Guide, I have no reservations in
recommending it: Terry has around 5000 EL books, and I know he
has completed extensive archival work on the series (the
Dent & Son archives are in North Carolina). In the 2 or 3 years
I have been emailing and bothering Terry with questions about my
Everyman's Library collection he has never failed to have an answer,
even to the most obscure questions.
I believe the EL guide has an extensive discussion of Dent & Sons,
dust jackets, bindings, etc. in addition to the individual entries.
I have no doubt that this Guide will do for collecting Everyman's
what the Andes and Toledano guides did for collecting Modern Library,
and I can honestly say go ahead and get it - I am sure you won't be
disappointed in any way.
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