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 Post subject: First 5 Interzones
PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 8:42 pm 
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Does anybody here know how much are first five issues of Interzone worth today ?
(first two in very good condition and other three are in fine condition).
And no, I'm not selling them.


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Fantastic Literature has two copies of #3 for sale: one at £4.95 (poor cover, vg inside) and the other at £9.95. I recall #2 sold out very quickly (or was it #5? Or both?), so both of these would be worth more. And the first issue, just because it's the first, will also be valued higher, especially if it comes with the J.G. Ballard chapbook.

I'm guessing that, in vg condition, you might have to pay upwards of £50-£70 to get all five.

But I could be wrong. There is a recession, after all.

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I have seen them for sale on Ebay and they don't get that much, there have been quite a few come up for sale this year. I bought numbers 1 through to 30 for £25 all in very good condition/fine. I think sold individually you would get between £5 and £15, all together you may get £20 to £30. On Abebooks.com these magazines are up for sale at £5 and up, one person has No1 at >£100. Fantasticliterature.com is selling later copies for £5 each. Coldtonnage had these early numbers up for sale not long ago and only got between £5 and £15 each for them.

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