I've got a load of old books that i'm advertising to sell for friends and haven't a clue how to realistically value them.
I've looked up several on Amazon and the New prices are mad. One was over a £1000. The one of that copy i have is like new condition. But others there are advertised in a as new condition for much less £20-£100.
I have Rugby Annual yearbook collections from the likes of Rothmans and Playfair, complete sets of. Are they worth more as a complete set or would we get more selling them individually?
The biggy though is a Copy of 'Moto cross The Golden era' This large collection of books seems to be a collection of the Author of that book. Paul Stephens. And Amongst the boxes of stuff is all the copies of Photo's used in the book, Copies sent to him by the Photographers themselves to be used in the book.
Does this make them even more collectable and is it even legal to sell them on(Most of them are 1960's and 70's.