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Book's A Snip At £526 Billion, Plus Postage

Posted at 8:18AM Friday 27 Jun 2014

A York bookseller has spoken of his shock at finding a book he purchased for £69 on sale at Amazon.co.uk for the "ludicrous" price of £526 billion.

Tony Fothergill, of Ken Spelman Books, bought a new copy of A History of Chromolithography: Printed Colour for All by Michael Twyman new, but later found a used copy was being sold on Amazon for £526,914,946,252.69.

PS - it seems to have gone now. Shame.

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