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Topic # 22003 13-May-2008 12:40
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Anyone know of a site that will give me a rough idea of what some books are worth ?

Ive got a decent collection of Dr Who novels and Im interested to see what theyre worth these days, some are very rare (I know that from a collectors book/catalogue a few years back, but cant find it now,and also a friends brother who is a Dr Who nut drools over some of them) and collectable.

Looking on Trademe dosent really help, and I doubt Ebay will be any beter but will be having a nosey.......

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  Reply # 130703 13-May-2008 20:57
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Hey,

Being an ex librarian, I might be of some help :)

At the library I worked at, we used bookfinder.com to help us put values on donated items. We very rarely found a book that was not on bookfinder, and it tends to be a very reliable value, as the copies it lists are actually on sale for the price listed.

Hope that helps.

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  Reply # 130777 14-May-2008 08:37
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Cheers for that, Ill take a look :)




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  Reply # 130792 14-May-2008 09:21
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OK, thats scary what they ask for some of the books Ive got....   time to sell up I think Laughing




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