What is a Gone With the Wind book worth?

Signed first editions are valued from $10,000-$25,000, depending on the book’s condition, of course. The true firsts with the May 1936 date also have the original publisher’s price of $3.00 and a “Spring Novels” advert with Gone With the Wind as the second title down as indicators of edition.

How much is a 1939 Gone With the Wind book worth?

The book was first published by Macmillan in May 1936, and a first-edition, first printing of this work in great condition, with its original book jacket and authentically signed by the author can be found at retail for as much as $25,000.

Is Gone with the Wind still in print?

Gone with the Wind holds a central position in this nation’s cultural iconography. The book has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide—and is still proudly in print almost 85 years after it was first published.

What is in the copy of Gone with the Wind in the outsiders?

Pony’s realization stems from a comment Johnny makes after reading a passage from Gone with the Wind, in which he says that Dally reminds him of one of the gallant Southern gentlemen from the Civil War.

What does BCE mean for books?

The basic definition: A book club edition (BCE) or book of the month club edition (BOMC) refers to a book printed by a “book club” with cheaper materials than the original publishing house, and is generally not worth much to the serious collector.

How can I tell if I have a first edition Gone With the Wind?

A true first edition must have a publish notice that states that the book was published in May, 1936. If the publish notice shows June, 1936 or any other date, it is a later printing. Watch out for the facsimile edition of Gone With the Wind, published in 1964.

How much is Gone With the Wind collection worth?

Well, the book in and of itself is quite a valuable first edition. You’ve got a fine copy in jacket. I think I would value your Margaret Mitchell Gone With the Wind collection, the three pieces, at retail at between $12,000 to $15,000.

What collector plates are worth the most?

Date of Manufacture – Antique Trader notes that collector plates from the 1920s are some of the most valuable but only if they are in perfect condition. According to Terry Kovel, plates made after 1980 usually have no monetary value at all. Most collector plates from major manufacturers feature very detailed back stamps.

How can you tell a book is valuable?

In determining the value of a book there are three basic elements: 1) rarity, 2) condition, and, 3) demand. Books with the most value normally have all three of these elements, and the loss of any will likely result in a loss of value. Age of the book is not always a key factor in value.


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