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Dollarbill
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Is there a way to determin the value of older lecture notes? Thanks. db
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It's really going to depend on the titles you have. Typically though, they won't be worth as much as books. Denny Haney has a lot of lecture notes, so you may want to check his site and see what he's selling them for. Some, like Michael Webers, will go for a good amount, but most are fairly inexpensive.
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It's hard to say. You can do a search for the notes online and see how much they sold for in the past, and take some kind of average.

Here is a source which may help: http://www.joyalstack.com/price-guide/

I wouldn't agree with the accuracy of all the prices in the above link, but I think it's a good place to start.
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