$350 for your book
oppedahl at panix.com
Sat Jul 23 16:52:23 EST 1994
In <1994Jul23.182424.1 at cc.newcastle.edu.au> mdcabl at cc.newcastle.edu.au writes:
[following up to my post offering money for an old book.]
>First I have to say I don't have a copy. Wish I did though. I have to wonder
>though, why the neccessity of the book itself. I know its none of my business,
>but I am curious. I can suggest using rare/antique book dealers though. They
>have access to thousands of out of print books. However, their prices are
>usally quite high. They also have access to defunct library's stock. I used a
>couple before and they always seem to find whatever I have requested.
Yes, I tried that a bit with no luck so far.
>possibility is interlibrary loan. Sometimes they will let you get reference
Yes, but not to keep. I am looking for a book to keep.
>A final possibility is CRC press itself. They may have a few copies
>laying around in a warehouse.
Turns out they don't (I tried that).
They have authorized some little company to sell photocopies of the
hardbound original, and I have a photocopy from that company.
> Anyway, good luck with it!
Carl Oppedahl AA2KW
Oppedahl & Larson (patent lawyers)
Yorktown Heights, NY
oppedahl at patents.com
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