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Post by Guttormson » Wed Dec 10, 2014 3:34 pm

I just recently picked up a book club edition of Carrie in pristine condition and I was wondering how it would be worth, assuming it is worth anything at all.

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Re: Carrie

Post by OneFathom » Wed Dec 10, 2014 6:50 pm

A book club edition of Carrie in pristine (aka FINE) condition typically fetches anywhere from $10-$20 on ebay. If you scan ebay's "Sold Items" under the title "Stephen King BCE" you should get a pretty clear idea for the market demand for your book. Hope this helps.

I went ahead and saved you some time, Guttormonson. The link will take you to the info you need:

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Re: Carrie

Post by millertek » Wed Dec 10, 2014 10:25 pm

Book Club Editions (BCE) of Carrie (and most of SK early books) have been released for decades - so asking for values for that and any BCE would require more info. However, understand that even the earliest BCEs of ANY SK book really have no value of significance.

Early BCE's that maintain the shorter book dimensions the Doubleday editions have, are certainly the most desirable. Later BCE's of SK's early Doubleday releases have the taller dimensions and are not very desirable. If you have an early BCE of a Doubleday release that maintains the shorter height dimensions - let us know....

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