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the mineralogical record 1974

Posted by ben tuffias  
ben tuffias
the mineralogical record 1974
February 21, 2012 03:53PM
I have numerous issues of this magazine and they are in good shape. I was wondering if they are worth any value.
avatar Re: the mineralogical record 1974
February 21, 2012 04:02PM
Some are, most aren't. A google search should turn up several dealers that sell these things.
Re: the mineralogical record 1974
February 21, 2012 05:25PM
BEN Steve H is correct in that some issues have good value while most issues aren't worth too much. The 1971 and 1972 issues are generally the best with only scattered issues after these years worth much. The first Arizona and first Colorado issues have some value and the whole set from Vol 1 No 1 to present has a good total value, but the early issues must be in really good shape with the covers having no creases, folds or tears etc. Go on ebay or Amazon to see what they are now bringing. BOB
avatar Re: the mineralogical record 1974
February 21, 2012 08:33PM
Mineralogical Research handles old Mineralogical Records so you can get some idea as to the wholesale and retail values. No 1 and 5 seem to be the most popular from 1974.

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