Not that - as it stands now - I can afford any of them, but I do have my eye on that little number called Shakespeare, First Folio. I like the fact that, at the time, if you wanted to spiff it up with a leather binding, it would cost an extra couple of quid, making it total to three pounds. When last sold, it cost over £4,000,000. [DE]
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The 10 Most Expensive Books in the World
By Emily Temple
To help you brush up on your knowledge of the very old and very valuable, we’ve compiled a list of the ten most expensive books ever sold — no white gloves necessary. Click through for an overview, and then head upstairs to check your attics for any forgotten dusty tomes — you could be a millionaire and not even know it.
Birds of America, James Audubon — $11.5 million