yeah, hopefully the title isn't too misleading. i figured most people would be able to tell from the colors that living on luck isn't the signed variant (and reach for the sun wasn't issued signed, since it came out too far after buk's death). still, i don't think $450 is too bad - it's basically $250 for the signed one, $150 for reach, and $50 for living on luck, which is still probably cheaper than abe. maybe not... i guess i should have checked first. i do think $300 is a pretty good deal for all 3, so i hope someone puts in a bid.
it's been interesting seeing the prices of some of this stuff, since it isn't what i thought. i've seen HC trade editions of post office sell for $200, so i was surprised no one bought mine for $100. i broke even on bone palace ballet ($100) and lost money on open all night (paid $150, sold for $125). if you factor in eBay fees, i lost money on both. and no one seems very interested in that new year's greeting, which would have done $30 or $40 a couple years ago, but that harrison book sold for $35, which was surprising to me. i guess the market is splitting, with the midrange items (later books, unsigned deluxe collections) leveling off, but the upper end stuff continuing to rise.
i don't know how much more buk i'll sell - i'm down to one signed book (war all the time), and that's my favorite poetry book, so i don't want to sell that one. hollywood is the most valuable buk book i have (aside from heat wave), but i haven't reread it in 5 years, so i might as well let it go to someone else.