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I'm trying to determine the value of a childhood book I have. It is a "giant golden book" called THE ENCHANTED PRINCESS AND
OTHER FAIRY TALES. The information on this book is as follows:

-1959 Fabbri Milan
-Translated by Leon King
-Illustrations by Benvenuti
-Printed in Italy
-Golden Press New York

The pages and cover of this book are in very good condition The book binding is beginning to separate at one end. Is there any information
out there about this book and what the value of it might be? Any help on this would be greatly appreciated!

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A mint book in a first edition would have a value of 35.00. Your book has a separated binding which would decrease that value and you do not state the edition but anything other than first would also decrease the value.

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