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Value Quotes and Proverbs – About the True Value of Money

All that glitters
is not gold.

William Shakespeare

(1564 – 1616, Playwright and bard)

Value Quote: To know that candles are expensive is of no value to the blind man - Russian proverb

Things only have the value
that we give them.


(1622 – 1673, French actor and playwright)

Beware of little expenses;
a small leak
will sink a great ship.

Benjamin Franklin

(1706 – 1790, a Founding Father
of the United States)

is the seed of money,
and the first guinea
is sometimes
more difficult to acquire
than the second million.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

(1712 – 1778, French political philosopher and writer)

We do not know
what really good
or bad fortune is.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

(1712 – 1778, French political philosopher and writer)

What we obtain too cheap,
we esteem too lightly;
it is dearness only
that gives everything
its value.

Thomas Paine

(1737 – 1809, Anglo-American
political theorist and writer)

There can be no rise
in the value of labour
without a fall
of profits.

David Ricardo

(1772 – 1823, British political
economist and stock trader)

The alchemists
in their search for gold
discovered many other things
of greater value.

Arthur Schopenhauer

(1788 – 1860, German philosopher and writer)

Nothing can have value
without being an object
of utility.

Karl Marx

(1818 – 1883, Prussian-German philosopher
and revolutionary socialist)

There is no such thing
as absolute value
in this world.
You can only estimate
what a thing
is worth to you.

Charles Dudley Warner

(1829 – 1900, American writer)

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