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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2005 9:23 pm 
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I came across a few books in my library that i didn't know I had, and I want to sell them... Anyone know what would be reasonable?

1. The Summa Theologica of St. Thomas Aquinas Vol. II - (c) 1947, Benzinger

2. "" "" "" vol. III - (c) 1947, Benzinger (all in latin)

3. Elementa Philosophiae, Aristotelico-Thomisticae vol I, Josephus Gredt OSB, (c)1953

4. "" "" "" vol. II (c) 1953 (all in Latin)

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Not a clue as to the exact price, but I wouldn't sell them cheaply. They sounds vintage to me.

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I'll give you $10 for them.

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Before you sell them to Max, go to used.addall.com and search for them. That'll give you an idea of their market value.

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Bookfinder.com lists that printing of Gredt at between $15-$20 and $30-$35 a volume. Condition and other factors can influence the price.

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