Wisden Price Guide

Condition is very important when it comes to Wisden. Over the past few years more people have come into the market requesting books in as near mint condition as possible. It is debatable whether these new buyers are cricket lovers or people seeking an alternative investment opportunity

As time progresses the older Wisdens will become scarcer, whether held in private collections or simply made unavailable through collectors passing away and relatives inadvertently discarding them (this still happens) the diminishing number of editions will only drive up the price of those remaining

The most important thing about a Wisden is that it is read and enjoyed by its owner, therefore those seeking pristine copies may well have to be patient and be prepared to pay a healthy premium as (hopefully) most almanacks will have been read and enjoyed, thumbed and opened regularly, making them what they were published to be, a wonderful companion for the cricket enthusiast.

It may be of interest to read the extensive the extensive condition information 

A comprehensive Price Guide appears in The Wisden Collectors’ Club Manual. It contains the most detailed review of prices from 2008 to the present day; using real-time and online auction results; dealer websites; dealer catalogues and flyers/mail shots.