This particular issue is quite scarce in such beautiful condition so I am not at all surprised it brought $303.33. The print runs on Dennison Bogie Books varied greatly. The first one, issued in 1909, had such a small print run that only a single extant copy is known to exist. (Please see page 105.) There wasn't another Bogie Book published until 1912. That year, and all of them through 1916 had tiny print runs, except for 1915, for some inexplicable reason. No Bogie Book was published in 1917 or 1918 due to WWI. The issues for 1919 and 1920 had small print runs. After 1920, the printing floodgates were opened and today's collectors see Bogie Books from these years offered often.
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