value of poe's Raven Edition volumes 3 and 4 (c1903) : LUSENET : The Work of Edgar Allan Poe : One Thread

anyone want to buy or know the value of raven edition volume 3 and 4 copyright 1903

-- Anonymous, February 14, 2001


Volumes 3 and 4, since they are not accompanied by the original set's other three books, they are worth relatively litte; perhaps $18 for the both of them. The original complete set of the 1903 Raven Edition of Poe's works has sold for something more than $100 at auction. I have seen individuals volumes sell for only $5 or $6. Respectfully, P A Regan

-- Anonymous, February 14, 2001

I m intested in buyin them. Not sure of the value but, I missing both of these for my collection.

-- Anonymous, January 31, 2002

I have a full set of five for sale, tthe works of edgar allan poe, vol 1-5raven edition, email me with any questions.

-- Anonymous, March 03, 2003

i have volume 4. i was looking to sell it but did not know it was worth that little. it's starnge that a book 100 years old by such a respected poet would sell for so little. the world is going downhill to say the least, when a work of art such as this is worth about the same as a pack of cigarettes. too bad.

-- Anonymous, June 14, 2003

I have all five volumes. Keep them for another 100 years. Maybe then the collection will rise in value. Meanwhile, put them back on the shelf and read a story now and then.

-- Anonymous, March 30, 2004

I found a complete set for sale at an antique store. For $28.00!!! I better go back and get them NOW. I was wondering if I should buy them, so I was doing some research on how much they were worth. Personally, I love Edgar Allen Poe, and would enjoy having the books just to have them.

-- Anonymous, September 14, 2004

I have all five volumes of the 1903 Collier Set (I believe.) Unfortunately, the top of one of the spines is slightly damaged. Otherwise, they are in remarkable shape for books over 100 years old. I bought the set at a garage sale for $10! If anyone is interested, please contact me.

--Rusty Elder

-- Anonymous, January 04, 2005

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