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Classic, but way overpriced, 9 Dec. 2008
I imagine that most PhD students at the beginning of their Analytic Number Theory careers have encountered this famously comprehensive book on Reimann's Zeta function. But for a book that is 58 years old and was last updated 21 years ago, the price is way too optimistic for a private library, especially when there are excellent alternatives available (I am familiar with Aleksander Ivic's The Reimann Zeta Function (more modern) and Harold Edward's Reimann's Zeta Function (a commentary on Reimann's original paper), but there are others) and you can buy them all instead and still have change and plenty of Reimann goodness.