muldoone99 at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 14 17:11:35 EDT 2006
A friend of mine bought one on eBay a few years ago
for an amount I can't remember but I know it was less
thas $100. It was a poor copy (no acetate, child's
coloring, etc.). But he figured it was his one
I have never seen one at a bookfair or in a bookstore,
but I do keep looking (especially in the latter
--- Sharon Biederman <sbiederm at nova.umuc.edu> wrote:
> Hi Scot,
> Copies of Alice on ebay have sold as low as
> $107 and as high as the
> $1250 you mentioned. I've seen about 8 ebay copies
> in the last 7 or 8
> years. The most recent one, (which I bid on) was at
> the lower end of the
> condition spectrum. I've also seen copies at book
> fairs and bookstores,
> so as you have suggested in the past, the book may
> be more common than we
> thought in the 1990s.
> On Thu, 14 Sep 2006, Scot Kamins wrote:
> > On Sep 14, 2006, at 12:05 PM, Rob Perrilleon
> > > It wasn't in great shape, but it had a glassine
> jacket and hey,
> > > it's an Illustrated Alice. I don't remember
> ever seeing one on
> > > eBay in ~4 years of looking.
> > From
> > "The Illustrated "Alice" is a fairly scare Modern
> Library volume. On
> > September 24, 2000, a copy sold on eBay for
> $431.00; on February 5,
> > 2001, another eBay copy brought $667.00; and on
> May 27 2003 a copy
> > with a defective acetate (half of "Alice" was
> missing) eBayed out at
> > $536.00. As absurd as it seems, in mid-october
> 2005 somebody paid a
> > preposterous $1250 for one with a chipped acetate,
> again on eBay.
> > While the October 2005 purchase was way out of
> line by any standard,
> > Alice is still a pricey acquisition"
> > I seem to remember others selling on eBay as well.
> Anybody have the
> > complete stats?
> > Scot Kamins
> > .........
> > civil disobedience
> > n.
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> change in
> > governmental policy or legislation, characterized
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