The <b>AE</b> Top 500 Book Auction Results For 2005!
Here is another way to check auction listings. Go to our home page (click the AE logo at the top of this page). You will see a calendar of dates with upcoming auctions on the lower right side of the page. Click on the heading "Auctions in this month." This will bring you to a calendar of auctions scheduled for this month. At the top, you will see links to previous and future months. Click on the name of any auction house on the calendar to see their listings. Those in green have items posted, those in brown do not yet. For dates in the past with red diamonds after the house's name, results have been posted. Check out the actual prices the items brought. These services are totally free.
Thirty days after the sale, all sales results are entered into the AE Bibliographic Database (AED). The AED includes all auction results for the past two years, plus over one million other records from older auctions, booksellers' catalogues, and bibliographies. Most records include prices, and a price-estimating tool is provided in the AED that allows you to compute approximate current values for older prices. This is the quickest, easiest tool there is for finding realistic values and bibliographic records for collectible printed material. No bookseller or serious collector should be without it. This is an inexpensive subscription service, and you can sign up for a week, month, or year by clicking the "Become a Member" link in the box at the top left of the page (or click "Personal Homepage" in this box if you are a free member to upgrade). Once you sign up, the "keyword search" and "advanced search" links under "Subscriber Services" on the left toolbar will become search links into the AED. You will be amazed by the amount of impossible to find, valuable information available to you.