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Old 05-30-2017, 07:25 PM   #11
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Also, if you are not familiar with this website for rare/collectable books, I'd recommend ABE.com. You can get a really good sense of what's out there and what folks are asking.

You are reading some great authors(!) -- enjoy.

(PS I did not have a double copy of Hallowed Years...sorry.)
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Thanks. My Derrydale's are a mixture of early and later printings.
I have both Mr. Buck and Once Upon a time already.
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I enjoy collecting older editions, and especially signed copies by authors, which are extremely hard to find. I live in southern Missouri, and have been lucky to look for some books at various used book stores throughout my travels. But, most all the decent ones are in collections, like Parkers, and not for sale.
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I enjoy collecting older editions, and especially signed copies by authors, which are extremely hard to find. I live in southern Missouri, and have been lucky to look for some books at various used book stores throughout my travels. But, most all the decent ones are in collections, like Parkers, and not for sale.
Hey, Rob,

Good to know there's another sporting book collector and Parker fancier in the Show-Me State!
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