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J.Ewbank's Original guidebook 5-Dec-2015 At 12:36:02 PM JamesMc
Well I've got one.

I reckon Glenn Tempest's Werribee Gorge guide or Iain Sedgeman's Killikrankie guide might be rarer.

These are what we used to call interim guides. Someone would throw together a quick and dirty guide to an area that was developing fast, as a stop gap until someone got around to writing a more substantive book. These days, the interim content just goes on the web. Interim guides had very small print runs and are thus rare.

So when asking whats the rarest guide, do you count interim guides?

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