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April 07, 2009

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Jeff

Hi Curtis.

Great to hear that you have a copy of this book. In terms of value, we cannot appraise items. Check out our post on why that is: http://nationalheritagemuseum.typepad.com/library_and_archives/2009/07/the-question-we-cannot-answer.html

Thanks for writing!

Jeff

curtis a campogni

I have Magicians' Magic Movements and Ceremonies 4-35 dated 1915.
can this book be worth money,if so approx how much. THANKS!!

Jeff

Hi Dr. Barcy.

I'm glad you enjoyed the post. If you're ever looking for a home for your Consistory photo, be sure to keep us in mind!

Best,

Jeff

Wm Barcy

I just donated a copy of the 1927 version, leather bound, unmarked, no clasp to our local Masonic Chapter. It belonged to my grandfather who was in the same 32 degree Consistory as Henry Ford the first. I have a picture of the Masonic class. I found your post very interesting.

I have also all four volumes of HG Wells Outline of History--Good condition, Hard copy and thick vellum type paper. Bought it at a library garage sale in the '50s. 4th edition. Love the feel of books even though I've published on the potential of the electronic medical record and taught using powerpoint and the new information tools. Enjoyed your information.

Dr William Barcy

Jeff

Hi John.

Thanks for your comment. The question of "rarity" in terms of books can be complicated. I would encourage you to check out this page of the American Library Association's Rare Books and Manuscripts Section (RBMS), in which they answer some of the questions surrounding determining the rarity of books: http://www.rbms.info/yob.shtml#01

In our library, we have this book classed in our special collections, as a rare book.

Jeff

John everitt

this book is 1915

John everitt

Iwould like to know if magicians magic movements and ceremonies is arare book

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