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medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and culture

A librarian friend has been asked to send an incunabulum (Johannes Maria de
Poluciis, *Vita S. Alberti de Drepano*, Venice: Christophorus de Pensis?,
1499) to an exhibition. For insurance purposes he must provide a current
valuation, but is not sure how to go about this short of taking the item to
an auction house for a valuation. I suppose a book-dealer would check
auction records and the like, but I imagine this would require specialised
resources (?). How would one go about this? Any help appreciated, perhaps
off-list. -- Paul

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Paul Chandler, O.Carm.
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