Then it is probably worth seeking clarification from the seller in that
instance isn't it?
Date: Tue, 28 Dec 2010 13:39:49 +1100
Subject: Please Explain or Is There an Economist in the House?
Inger - whilst you may be correct about the high prices on Amazon there was no
mention of this when I clicked on them - I suspect a more likely explanation is
the decimal point was in the wrong place - ie should be $80.80 and not $808! It
was certainly the latest edition and so not an antique copy.
On 28 December 2010 13:25, inger vandyke <> wrote:
OK. I will attempt to explain some of this.
Dave, the discrepancy on Amazon probably means that there is either a first
edition or a copy signed by the author or it might have come from a private
well-known collection or another thing that gives it value i.e. out of print
for years, illustrated with original paintings, etchings etc. I am ALWAYS in
the market for first edition books but even I won't pay huge $$$$ for one
unless it is something that I think I will truly get enjoyment out of for years
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