Question: Is A Signature More Valuable Than The Condition Of A Book?



Answer: It really depends on the book, the type of book, the author, and the scarcity. However, a signed book is always more valuable than an unsigned book of the same condition. Scarcity plays a big role in the value of a signature; authors who are no longer alive can no longer sign books so these increase in value substantially.



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