How much is a set of Britannica encyclopedias worth?

How much is a set of Britannica encyclopedias worth?

According to Beattie, 9th and 11th Britannica Editions can sell for as much as $300 to $400 per set, if in good, clean condition. And Roundtree says a fine set of 11th Edition Britannicas can command as much as $3,000.

Can you still buy Britannica encyclopedias?

Encyclopedia Britannica ceased print production in 2012. But World Book lives on. The only official sales outlet is the company’s website. This year’s Berkshire annual meeting is the first time in years that the print product has been hauled out for retail purchase, a company rep said Friday.

How do you get past the paywall in Britannica?

Usually premium articles cannot be bypassed as they are behind a hard paywall.

  1. Install the uBlock Origin extension if it hasn’t been installed already.
  2. First search ‘Issues’ to see if the site has been requested already.
  3. Visit an article on the site you want to bypass the paywall for and copy the article title.

Which is the best website for encyclopedia?

Top Websites Ranking for Dictionaries and Encyclopedias in the world

Rank Website Pages / Visit Average website pages viewed per visit
1 3.11
2 2.08
3 11.09
4 10.30

How much were encyclopedia sets in 1972?

the addster. Can anyone tell me how much a set of World Book Encyclopedias cost in the early 1970’s? Current editions cost apx. $1000.00, inflation calculators give me a cost of $190.00 in 1972.

How much does Encyclopedia Britannica Online cost?

Britannica Premium Benefits You will not be charged during your free trial, and you can cancel at any time. If you decide not to cancel your subscription, your service will continue at $1.44 a week (billed annually at $74.95) for your first year and renew after that year at the then-current rate annually.