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I have a copy of "Tombstone, the guns and gear" by Peter Sherayco for sale. If it didn't have a dedication written in the inside cover it would be almost new. $325 shipped priority mail.

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325.00??????????????????????????? :)

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325.00??????????????????????????? :)

 

 

Yea really????????????????????? B) Are ya shore it ain't $32.50?? If it is I'll take it.

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Well, they do start at 250.00 on Amazon. And those arent the signed/dedicated ones. It would be a cool book if I had the cash.

BTT

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Well, they do start at 250.00 on Amazon. And those arent the signed/dedicated ones. It would be a cool book if I had the cash.

BTT

DM

 

Just did a search of that book!!

Found one for $995.00????

You got to be kidding me!!!!

KK

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Glad my wife got me one when they came out, had no idea they were getting so pricey. I have seen them from $300 to $900. I'll wait awhile before I decide to trade off mine

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So? if you want a reading copy, what's wrong with the paperback?

 

 

Nuthin-

I love to shoot a 9mm - I cud shoot a Hi-Point :blush:

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I just got to say I'm a little disappointed with some of the folks that posted on this thread. Buffalo Nichols offered a 1st edition rare book at a fair market price. If you don't want to pay his price, then pass on it. Your comments aren't necessary. If you're happy with paying much less for a 2nd edition paperback version, then good for you, start a thread saying so.

 

This is the Classified Wire - hijacking someone's for sale post is outright rude. None of you would appreciate having your post jacked.

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I just got to say I'm a little disappointed with some of the folks that posted on this thread. Buffalo Nichols offered a 1st edition rare book at a fair market price. If you don't want to pay his price, then pass on it. Your comments aren't necessary. If you're happy with paying much less for a 2nd edition paperback version, then good for you, start a thread saying so.

 

This is the Classified Wire - hijacking someone's for sale post is outright rude. None of you would appreciate having your post jacked.

 

Jack, you're right. Buffalo, my apologies; I'm going to take care of the offending post right now.

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Jack

 

I have to agree that you are right, I apologize for adding to the fodder.

 

A first edition should still hold its value anyways.

 

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Ivory, Thanks for stepping up. That said, everyone is entitled to their opinion, usually the less informed it is the more vehemently it is expressed. Really I took no offense at the comments. Have a great Christmas guys.

 

Buff

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Ivory, Thanks for stepping up. That said, everyone is entitled to their opinion, usually the less informed it is the more vehemently it is expressed. Really I took no offense at the comments. Have a great Christmas guys.

 

Buff

 

 

Hey . . . the comments gave you "free bumps to the top" and kept folks looking at your offer ;)

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Ivory, Thanks for stepping up. That said, everyone is entitled to their opinion, usually the less informed it is the more vehemently it is expressed. Really I took no offense at the comments. Have a great Christmas guys.

 

Buff

 

 

Buff -

 

Pard, I know you took no offense, that's just the way you are. However, it struck me close to home. I own a dedicated and signed 1st edition and I know how much their value has increased in the past few years.

 

 

Merry Christmas and BTT!

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Not to rain on your parade, but that is for the paperback, not the hardcover!!!

 

 

OH Ok i can't read even with my glasses on sometimes.I just thought he may have put the dot in the wrong place.

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Hey . . . the comments gave you "free bumps to the top" and kept folks looking at your offer :D

 

 

:lol:;) All about advertisement :FlagAm:

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Since the crowd is so rowdy I thought I would add a little pot stirrer. How about "The Story of Merwin Hulbert & Co." by Art Phelps, 1st edition 1991 with a personal letter from Art Phelps to the purchaser dated 1996 discussing a 2nd Model MH 44 caliber and Art's health problems(broken back and diarea). Also a hand done flyer to join the MH Collectors group for $10 a year. All of this for $350 shipped.

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Price reduced on MH book

 

So, what *is* the price for just the MH book?

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