I have been told that Mary's inventory book is a great way to keep your
inventory. However, we have had our collection for several years and have
used a computer format. Recently, I converted to Excel for the inventory
and find it easier to use as my husband doesn't have to do all the
multiplication (I type it in, he figures!)whenever a new price guide comes
out. The formula will do the calculations when you make a change. I list
quantity, book number, description, high book price, low book price, total
(quantity x high price) and cost (what we actually paid). I have
separated the pieces into categories as in Mary's book. This is a good
record for insurance purposes and once it is set up, it is easy to update.
I am glad you have gotten into the candlewick family. We enjoy the "hunt"
and have really learned a lot on the "Candlewick Learning Channel" here on
- try clicking this link:
its a direct download link to the file .. or click on files on the left
side of the page and click on the candlewick inventory file.