Do you sell, buy, or estimate the worth of older issues of The Old Farmer’s Almanac or other Almanac products?

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This Almanac has been in the family since 1801 as I found it in a collection of family papers from NH and Maine.

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We do not buy, sell, trade, or estimate the worth of older Almanac print editions. If you want to sell an older issue, we suggest that you contact an auction house (including online or the like), bookseller, or book collector to find out more about your almanac’s value and authenticity. If you think that it is an Old Farmer’s Almanac, or better yet an OLD Old Farmer’s Almanac (there have been lots of just plain Farmer’s Almanacs produced over the years), you might also contact the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, Massachusetts. They have a knowledgeable staff and are a great resource for information about such collectibles.

At some point soon, we hope to offer archived editions in a digital format. Special requests for pages from archived editions require the issue year and topic. Note that there is a fee for the search and fulfillment of these. Send your request here.

About The Author

Carol Connare

As the 14th editor of The Old Farmer’s Almanac, Carol Connare works with writers and other editors to develop “new, useful, and entertaining matter” for the annual Almanac as well as books, calendars, and other publications. Read More from Carol Connare

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