Rare Book Chart

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Telegraph | News | 'Tosh' it may be, but this old book is now worth ?100,000

The Telegraph reporting a survey by Book & Magazine Collector magazine:

The magazine named the most valuable 20th-century children's book as The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter (?50,000). By contrast, a first edition of JK Rowling's first book, Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone, will fetch ?15,000. Jonathan Scott, editor of the magazine, said: "Although the Harry Potter is way down the chart, it is still amazingly high for such a young book."

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