so, i came into these and i need an up-to-date estimate for what these are worth.
ALL ARE 1ST EDITIONS unless otherwise specified

The Hitchhickers Guide to the Galaxy
Adams, Douglas
The Resturant at the End of the Universe
Adams, Douglas
Brave New World
Aldous, Huxley
Amundsen, Roald
God’s Wonders in the Great Deep (Fourth Ed)
An Account Kept During 13 Months Arnold, John
On the Longitude
Arnold, John
The Mathematical Jewel
Blagrave, John
The Art of Dyalling
Blagrave, John
His Exercises
Blundeville, Thomas
Views of Louisiana Brackenridge,Henry
Travels in the Interior of America
Bradbury, John
Farenheit 451
Bradbury, Ray
Death Comes for the Archbishop
Carther, Willa
Cooks Voyages, Set of 8 Volumes
Cook, James
The Last of the Mohicians; A Narrative of 1757
Cooper, James Fenimore
Invisible Man
Ellison, Ralph
Bucaniers of America
Exquemelin, Alexander Oliver
As I Lay Dying
Faulkner, William
Tender Is the Night
Fitzgerald, F. Scott
The Vegetable
Fitzgerald, F. Scott
All the Sad Young Men
Fitzgerald, F. Scott
A Voyage Around the World, Volume 1-2
Forster, George
Geographical Memoir Upon
Fremont, John Charles
Istoria E Dimostrazioni…
Galileo, Galilei
A Journey Around the World, Volumes 1-3
Gerstaecker, F
Voyage Round the World in Frigate Pandora
Hamilton, George
Catch 22 Heller, Joseph
Death In The Afternoon
Hemingway, Ernest
To Have And Have Note
Hemingway, Ernest
The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories
Hemingway, Ernest
For Whom the Bells Toll
Hemingway, Ernest
From Here to Eternity
Jones, James
On The Road
Kerouac, Jack
To Kill a Mockingbird
Lee, Harper
History of the Expedition, Volumes 1-2
Lewis & Clark
The Life & Adventures of John Nicolas
History of the Indian Tribes of North America, Volumes 1-2 McKenney,Thomas
Bluest Eyes
Morrison, Toni
Gravities Rainbow signed Pynchon, Thomas
The Fountainhead
Rand, Ayn
Atlas Shrugged
Rand, Ayn
We the Living
Rand, Ayn
Catcher in the Rye
Salinger, JD
Cup of Gold
Steinbeck, John
To A God Unknown
Steinbeck, John
Grapes of Wrath
Steinbeck, John
Of Mice and Men
Steinbeck, John
Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Tolkien, J. R.R.
Confederacy of Dunces
Toole, John Kennedy
Slaughterhouse 5
Vonnegut, Kurt
All the Kings Men
Warren, Robert Penn
The Day of the Locus
West, Nathaneal
Look Homeward, Angel signed Wolfe, Thomas

  • Sari

    Hi You had a posting back in 2008 about help pricing your first editions – cna you please advise me what you learned? I have a few I’d like to get priced/appraised.

    • Mary Brenneman

      Just reading that list brings back fond memories and makes me want to put on a fire, curl up on the sof and read a good book.
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  • Louis

    the most important thing is that they have dust jackets. If they don’t then they really aren’t worth a lot.

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