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VOLUMES I. TO XIV.
Being a Record of the Prices at which Books have been sold at Auction during the years 1887 to 1900, with the Titles and Descriptions of the Books in full, the Catalogue Numbers, and the Names of the Purchasers.
Some of the earlier volumes are out of print and others are at a premium. Reports will be made by the publisher in answer to queries.
Opinions of the Press.
"We acknowledge, with much pleasure, that 'Book-Prices Current' is now the most carefully edited work of its kind published in this or any other country."-Athenæum,
"Book-Prices Current-the Whitaker's Almanack of book-buyers and booksellers."-Illustrated London News.
"A very useful and admirably edited and printed publication."-Morning Post.
"To praise Book-Prices Current' is unnecessary; it has become indispensable to book collectors, and of vital interest to all who care for literature."-Globe.
"Brunet, indeed, so long the book-buyer's chief delight, must yield to 'Book-Prices Current.""-Notes and Queries.
"It is beyond comparison the book-collector's cyclopædia. earlier volumes, curiously enough, command very high prices."-Daily Chronicle.
"The practical utility to buyers and sellers of an authoritative annual work of reference like this requires no demonstration. The knowledge and skill displayed in this compilation merit cordial recognition.' Standard.
"To all classes of bookmen, the issues of 'Book-Prices Current' may be fairly pronounced indispensable."-Literary World.
"It may be said without exaggeration that the annual volumes of Mr. Slater's admirable compilation are indispensable to such as desire to follow with any closeness the record of sales and the movements of the secondhand book market."-Times.
"The work supplies a finely printed record which will be valued, not by the bookseller merely, but by the collector and librarian."-Daily Telegraph. "The book collector's Bible."-Pall Mall Gazette.
"The record is extremely useful for buyers and collectors of books, and is a valuable index to current phases of book-collecting, and to fluctuations in the market."-Saturday Review.