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Hello,
I have 1st edition copy of Dark Carnival inscribed to his Aunt Neva with the following:
"NEVA!
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
 
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You are one very lucky person. How'd you get that copy?
 
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So is the person who found Neva's lost copy!
 
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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!
 
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I actually obtained in a business deal. I'm looking to sell it. Any ideas?
 
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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!
 
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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?


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Originally posted by stevemb:
I actually obtained in a business deal. I'm looking to sell it. Any ideas?

Yes - sell it to me for a very fair price! Smiler


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Yes... i believe it is
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Originally posted by jkt:
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?
 
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Originally posted by stevemb:
I actually obtained in a business deal. I'm looking to sell it. Any ideas?

Yes - sell it to me for a very fair price! Smiler
 
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