I`m collecting science-fiction books (most of them are Startrek related) so I am able to answer most questions about this subject.
I'm a member of the Dutch Startrek fanclub The Flying Dutch and I'm a member of the Dutch Startrek organization The Federation.
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All kinds of paper will eventually deteriorate over time. The cheap wood-pulp paper of which paperbacks are made have a life expectancy between 10 and 30 years. Acid-free alkaline paper however will last
This book pops up quite often at antiquarian bookshops. It certainly is beautifully designed and makes for a nice personal memento. As to the value, since there are still a lot of mint condition copies
Hey Mike, As far as I know, Gnome was the original publisher of "I,Robot". Doubleday published the book in 1963. I'm afraid I've no idea which one is more valuable. The value depends on the condition
For an appraisal of your books you can go to your local antiquarian or you can contact the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America ( http://abaa.org) I wouldn't recommend using Ebay before having
I think you did really well. Thomas Macaulay books from that period usually sell for $10. Schoolbooks from the 1920s aren't very rare but they always look good on a desk I think. $6 for a Fielding