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My copy of Fragile Things is missing page 27 and 28. I've heard that books with errors or flaws are a bit more valuable than those that are perfect. Do you suppose this is worth anything more than the cover price?


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Not really. If, for example, you had an edition where the other copies were pulped due to an error, that would probably be worth more (ex: League of the extraordinary gentlemen #6). A printer's error that interupts the flow of the reading not so much. You can still try to get someone on ebay to take a bite, but I wouldn't expect much.
 
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I had no intention of selling. I was just curious. The funny thing is it doesn't actually interupt the flow of the reading. If you are just reading the book from beginning to end you would probably not notice because it just removes a one or two page poem. I had no idea until I looked at the table of contents.


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Ah yes - the Faery Reel! Well, then obviously you have a copy tampered with by the faery themselves
 
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