<br />That would be great. I just searched the internet and found out, that you can buy an "unchanged reprint" of the third edition of 1890/92 and 1898/1904. But it costs a fortune (245 Euro) and it has 2677 pages...The 19th century is the 1800s, right? In that case, it should be out of copyright and into the public domain.
<br />It is pretty much the same with the Gemoll. I have seen lots of auctions at ebay.de and it was never under 20 Euro...<br /><br />Some books on ebay are never cheap ...
<br />That's a good question... <br />I wonder how long it would take Jeff to scan so many pages. And how large would the PDF file be?
<br /><br />Scanning is never a problem. I have a production scanner that can do 45 pages per minute. PHOTOCOPYING the book in order to get it through the scanner's sheet feeder does take time. Digitial cleaning where I remove photocopy marks, remove book markings, deskew. etc. also takes time. It's a tiresome process that's rather boring but very rewarding once the book is complete.<br />I wonder how long it would take Jeff to scan so many pages. And how large would the PDF file be?
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