What is a 20 volume set of 1955 Collier's Encyclopedia worth?
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I would be interested in finding a 1955 (or so) Compton's set for extra reading for me and my children... I read some articles from my father-in-law's 1947 set and it was very interesting. Information about the Aztecs were told in a much better way than the textbook my daughter has in her 5th grade class this year. Does someone have ideas on where I could look for something like this?
No much, how ever theres was a cut back in 1955, 1955 are worth a lot. 1965 cents were minted in huge numbers and are only worth face value unless they're in uncirculated condition. The 1955 cents the previous answerer cited are valuable only for the rare "double die" variety. All ordinary 1955 cents are worth a few pennies each unless uncirculated.
Depending on if it a flat pack or box. Flat pack is currently worth 165.00. The box is currently 115.00 ----- The price varies according to the market. As of 2012-07-25, PCGS lists it as: 1955 Proof Set, Box: $110 1955 Proof Set, Flat Pack: $160 A similar question was raised about a 1955-S proof set. There is no such thing, as San Francisco didn't make proof sets until 1968. Clearly, a 1955 proof set…