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First Book Printed In America Could Sell For $30m

Posted at 8:23PM Wednesday 17 Apr 2013

The first book printed in America is expected to fetch up to $30m (£20m) when it goes under the hammer in New York later this year.

The Bay Psalm Book, which was printed in Massachusetts in 1640, is one of 11 remaining copies of a translated version of the Book of Psalms.

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