Are Old Encyclopedias Worth Money?

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Old Encyclopaedias have no monetary value. This does not matter whatever the historical interest of their articles. The only exception may be the eleventh edition (1911) of the Encyclopædia Britannica, however the complete sets of encyclopaedias' published before 1800 also have some market value, and single volumes proportionately less.
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