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Project Blue Book question

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posted on Nov, 18 2007 @ 08:54 PM
This is kind-of on the subject of UFO's and aliens, so please just be patient. I have a copy of project blue book that I purchased back in 1972 or so. I found a whole box of the same copy (wish I had bought them all now). I think they were rejects from some government printing office, because they go from page 12 to 26, 9 to 53 and so on. Maybe that makes them more rare?
So, I need some advice on how to find out the value of such a document. Any ideas of where to look, or does someone have an idea of its value?
I am currently working out of town, but will be in a position on Saturday to post copies of the pages online then. Let me know if anyone would be interested in seeing them.

posted on Nov, 18 2007 @ 09:07 PM
Are all the pages there?The way you describe it, I'm assuming the pages were put in out of sequence.
I won't assume though.I've come across books that were out of sequence and it made for a hard read so they were worthless as far as I was concerned.
There might be some people interested in a book like this.
Check EBay or a few book sites.I found AbeBooks to be a good place.
They sell new,old and rare books.You can also list with them as well.
I found my heraldry books there when I couldn't find them anywhere else.

posted on Nov, 18 2007 @ 09:28 PM
All the pages are there and I should have metioned in very good condition. I will check the other site though. Thanks

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posted on Nov, 18 2007 @ 09:33 PM
You should get them signed by any still-living authors of the document, than put them up on Ebay
Interesting possession, though! The value is probably more sentimental than anything, but it's still very unique to have them. I love me some government PR.

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