I am trying to determine the value of several items I have purchased over
the years for my book collection. Two of these items aren't books, but
magazines or almanacs.
1. Stafford's Almanack - 1792. Published in New Haven by T. and S. Green.
It's a 24 page pamphlet, light brown paper, slightly curled edges, some
small tears. 4 x 6.5 inches. String binding.
2. Harper's New Monthly Magazine No. 190. March 1866.
The cover is slightly torn around the edges, last 10 pages missing a
corner. There is some scotch tape on the binding. 6.5 x 10 inches.
3. (Book) History of Priestcraft In All Its Ages and Nations by William
edited by A Clergyman of New York. 1833.
Title page indicates that it was published in London by Effingham Books
and underneath this reads: New York: Reprinted for the Booksellers 1833.
Pages are in pretty good shape; no tears, with minimal spotting
(foxing?). 5 x 8 inches. This appears to be an anti-catholic book of some
If anyone has any knowledge as to the value of these items please let me