AbeBooks most expensive sales for September 2010
The collection included letters, research materials and more, and sold for $28,994. That makes it one of the most expensive sales on AbeBooks in recent years, and the second landmark sale we’ve enjoyed in as many months. In August our top sale, a copy of The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon, went for $27,500. Surely these are signs that the rare book market is buoyant.