Collectors never stop collecting no matter how tight the economy. Even collectors of children’s books.
A copy of “Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There,” once owned by the girl who inspired the story, sold for $115,000 on Wednesday.
Author Beatrix Potter’s personal copy of “The Tale of Peter Rabbit,” sold for $92,000, and “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” brought in $51,750.
The seller was former Cincinnatti Bengals wide receiver and punter Pat McInally.
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