[ModLib] Assumptions about woodcuts & plain brown wrapper editions
ron at scribblemonger.com
Wed Jul 23 15:51:33 EDT 2014
Referring to #3:
My first ML (purchased 15 or more years before I started collecting MLs)
was Poe / Complete Tales in the PBW. I bought it new at a B&N in 1987 or
1988. Maybe 1989. Could have been as late as 1991, but no earlier than
1987. It does not have a remainder mark, but was discounted (on sale).
The PBW and woodcuts are probably not different than the classical titles.
The end date we use is when the title left the catalog. Last titles for
each T# in the classical period get 1970 unless we see evidence of a later
catalog listing, but the ones marked 1970 were probably available for sale
at a later date.
> I'm assuming the following about woodcut & plain brown wrapper editions:
> 1)There were no variations in DJ designs-- there was only one DJ for each
> title in each edition.
> 2) Once a title entered the series, it stayed in until that type (woodcut
> or PBW) stopped being printed. In other words, no title was dropped before
> the end.
> 3) Plain brown wrappers stopped being printed in 1982, although sales
> could have continued after that date.
> 4) Woodcuts stopped being printed in 1986, although sales could have
> continued after that date.
> PLEASE confirm or correct these assumptions!!!
> Scot Kamins
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