[ModLib] PRICE CLIP
charles.graham at dominican.edu
Mon Jun 4 14:03:39 EDT 2012
I like to have the price since it helps to date that particular copy. If
given the choice, however, I would opt for the fine copy, as they are
getting harder to find, and price clips are so common. I agree with Scott
about neatness. Most of my jackets have the price clipped neatly with
scissors, some are torn off. A tear looks pretty sloppy, so that might be
a deal breaker.
A similar topic- what do people think about inscriptions for
birthdays, Christmas, graduations, etc. with a date (or not)? Would that
downgrade an otherwise fine copy? I myself like to see a book's
provenance, as long as it is not heavily marked. Marked copies are, of
course, usually a deal breaker.
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On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 10:35 AM, Brian LeMasters
<brianlemasters at gmail.com>wrote:
> Also depends on the title, for me. I have passed up a few fine copies
> because of clipped jackets or markings in the book. I usually prefer to
> look for the better copy around the corner. Of course, this is why my
> collection grows so slowly - and I am fine with that.
> On 6/4/2012 11:38 AM, JOSEPH HILL wrote:
> A Fine Dust Jacket with price clip.
> A VG Jacket with no price clip.
> Of the above, the one you would want for your collection?
> I asked Henry this question,he says"six of one and half a dozen of the
> If a Fine jacket is price clipped,does this lower the jacket to a VG
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