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    hey, i have an original copy of hans christian andersons first 2 works that happen to be signed by the queen of england at that time.

    she signed it because the owner of the book shared her same birthday.

    does anyone have any idea what something like this might be worth?

    everything is original and has been sealed in mint condition

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    Registered User Delta40's Avatar
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    no idea but aren't there rare books and collectable websites that might help. I know first editions may have value and coupled with the queens signature, the price may well be boosted.

    good luck!
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    The Queen's signature itself would add a great deal to the price.
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