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Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 1st ed., 1988 by Bob Huxford1988
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 2nd ed., 1990 by Bob Huxford1990
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 3rd ed., 19911991
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 4th ed., 1992 by Bob Huxford1992
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 5th ed., 1993 by Collector Books1993
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 6th ed., 1994 by Sharon Huxford1994
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 7th ed. 1995 by Bob Huxford1995
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 8th ed., 1996 by Sharon Huxford1996
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 9th ed., 1997 by Bob Huxford1997
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 10th ed., 1998 by Bob Huxford1998
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 11th ed., 1999 by Bob Huxford1999
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 12th ed., 2000 by Sharon Huxford2000
Huxford's Old Book Value Guide, 13th ed., 2001 by Sharon Huxford2001
THE OLD BOOK VALUE GUIDE by Collector Booksunknown

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