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#45407 11/26/04 12:38 AM
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Hi All:

I finally had time to straighten my book shelf and have found a large number of code books, code hand books and other code related items taking up needed shelving. I have kept these books for years thinking I may need them for reference but I have found that is not the case. I don't know if I should get rid of them or store them away.

I would like to ask,what do you guys do with your out dated code books?

Thanks
Joe

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If they're old enough, you can get guys here to buy 'em as collectibles.

You wouldn't happen to have a '96, would you? Our city uses that as it's adopted version, and I'd love a spare for the truck. [Linked Image]

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If you have any NEC books prior to 1923 I would appreciate the opportunity to bid on them. Creighton

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Lots are sold on ebay http://search.ebay.com/nec-code_W0Q...3DC6QQsosortpropertyZ1Q26sosortorderQ3D1
There's a 1996 for $3 there now.


Ron
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Joe,

I know that Joe Tedesco is always interested in old code books. Why don't you contact him? He can tell you what they are worth.


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