I have 1st edition copy of Dark Carnival inscribed to his Aunt Neva with the following:
As you can see,I signed this and filed 47 years ago! Ray Bradbury October 1947
Now here it is to replace your lost copy-with love remembering all the doors you opened in my life!-Live long & prosper!
Ray June 11,94
You are one very lucky person. How'd you get that copy?
So is the person who found Neva's lost copy!
Yeah, I hope someone found that! I've actually seen the yearbook which belonged to Ray's short story teacher to whom he dedicated Something Wicked, with his inscription to her!
I actually obtained in a business deal. I'm looking to sell it. Any ideas?
Contact the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies http://iat.iupui.edu/bradburyc...ray-bradbury-studies and see if they are interested and in shape to make you a fair offer. If not, they may know the estimated value of such an item! Good luck!
SteveMB: Is this the copy that was inscribed to Aunt Neva forty years after the publication date because the first copy he inscribed to her was lost?
John King Tarpinian
You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley
Yes - sell it to me for a very fair price!
Yes... i believe it is
Feel free to call me at 818 264 6119
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