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The Sinking of the Titanic - dated 1912 1st edition.

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    Posted 11 years ago

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    A Great book on the great ship disaster.
    1st edition , authentic photos , maps and illustrations of the men & women who sailed on this ship.
    Talks about the damage to the ship, number of lives lost.
    Beautiful photos.

    I love this gorgeous book !!

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    1. mary packard, 11 years ago
      i have the same book 1st edition the sinking of the titanic i am looking to sell it , i would grade the book in a1 condition i dont think its really ever been read, if anyone out there is looking for this book contact me at 207-418-0734 mary
    2. Robyn Robyn, 11 years ago
      Hi Mary,
      The book is best advertised on a site like ebay or maybe an american site ( if you are american ) such as
      There wont be many people here looking to purchase it sorry. This is where people place photos of their own collection.
      Its best advertised on one of those sites.
      If its a 1912 edition like my book it will fetch somewhere between $100 - $200 , I have seen some advertised for more than this but sometimes there is a few on these sites and when there is a few , it wont go for more than $200.
    3. Lloyd Llewellyn, 11 years ago
      For the best idea of what your book may be worth and how many copies are floating out there, I suggest searching, which is where thousands of booksellers list collectible books.

      I came up with 31 copies of your first edition ranging in price from $29-325 dollars. Which goes to show that old book pricing is _all_ over the place. Remember-an asking price is just that. It's not what the book actually sold for.
    4. Robyn Robyn, 11 years ago
      Totally agree, I bought a lot of mine from Abe and some at auction. I also find very good as well, they have all sorts of things and I got a few of my books from there. is excellent for other antiques.
      I got mine for roughly $70. I have seen this book go as high as $200 in ebay but dont think they sell well at that price n ebay.
    5. roddyq roddyq, 6 years ago
      Really good information Robyn!!

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