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    Re: Cotter, A History of Nautical Astronomy
    From: Gordon Talge
    Date: 2003 Jan 8, 22:20 -0800

    Steven Tripp wrote:
    > On 1/8/03 12:33 PM, "Marc Bernstein"  wrote:
    > > There is one listed on Barnes and Noble's Used-Books page - for $258!
    > >
    > There is one for $144 at abeBooks.com.
    > I just got a first edition for $30.
    > Steve
    Those guys are nuts.
    The Book Baron in Fullerton had a 1966 Bowditch for $100 and
    down the road aways another used book store had the same edition
    and even in better shape for $15. Got the $15 one.
    -- Gordon
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