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“An art book without a dustjacket is almost valueless.”
“There are no copies ANYWHERE with dustjackets ... so it should bring a good price, even though the dustjacket is a reproduction.”
“A dustjacket is only good for getting torn anyway.”
“Among the copies I received are a number of them where the dustjacket is not in good condition, or is actually missing.”
“He's sending a rare copy of Bram Stoker's "Dracula's Guest & Other Stories" made even more rare by a color Xerox of the dustjacket from the 13th impression (yes I'm a book geek).”
“The book’s dustjacket is in good condition — slight bumps to top and bottom of spine and corners: otherwise perfect.”
“If one wants to write good scholarship, and not propaganda, then one must seek the advice and guidance of peers (it is noteworthy that not one of the reviewers on the dustjacket is a historian) who will eagerly tell us if we are distorting the past.”
“I've seen ex-library copies, without dustjackets being sold for four or five hundred dollars, I gloat over my pristine copy with dustjacket and extensive inscription by Linebarger.”
“I kept that book for many years before replacing it with a nicer copy with the full endpapers and dustjacket.”
“Also, as it turns out, for Mina's face, as it was Vickie who found the haunting portrait of the Unknown Flapper now gracing the book's dustjacket.”
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