Anyone have Margin of Safety book Seth Klarman

I have no idea where to post this, but it’s a neat story:

Margin of Safety published 1991, 5,000 copies. No other editions were ever printed. It was a dud. The author gave a lot of copies away. Later the author had great success as hedge fund manager, Baupost Group. So now the book is a collector’s item, worth 4 figures and if signed, worth a lot more. And there are counterfeits being sold online. The whole story is in today’s WSJ (Tuesday, May 16th).
Hey Charlie, if you’re reading this. Ben Graham’s 1932 Security Analysis, with dust cover, is worth a small fortune.


I don’t have his Security Analysis, just the much revised and reprinted Intelligent Investor. Some of the books my boat-building club has acquired over the years might be collectors items. They’re pretty old and obviously long out of print, but still worthwhile.