That would be $26 US for brand spanking new volumes. I think used you can find them individually for about $12 apiece. In a set perhaps a bit more (mine averaged out to about $18/per volume). There may be sets of the 10 volume edition around, maybe even the 13 volume edition. Some of those may also have been scanned. Hell, if you know someone who has a complete set (9, 10, 13 volume editions), you perhaps could camp out over their hospital bed and get them for a steal from his/her grieving but cash strapped spouse.rakovsky wrote: ↑Thu Sep 28, 2017 12:58 pmHarvard is selling the 13 volume set for 26$ per volume:
http://www.hup.harvard.edu/results-list ... mit=Search
That is $104 for the four missing Books, 14 to 20.
Than again, there is always the library (any university library will have them, and maybe even some larger public library systems, and don't forget Inter-library loans) and a copy machine. Nowadays, everybody can get an "all-in-one" printer/copier/scanner for less than $100. Of course, you would have to mortgage your child or something to pay for ink.