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Look on the Front Inside Cover

Check the back of books, too. There may be an inscription or notes made by the previous owners.

If the owners of these things are nervous about your examination, suggest that they turn the pages or handle the items while you just look. Write down any significant dates you find, noting where you found the information.

Next: Bibles Might Reveal Special Dates


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