If two investigators each have the same spell (but with different flip side consequences), can they trade these spells during the trade action?

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    Interesting question. I think it comes down to if trades are simultaneous or if it's a give then take, as you can only have one copy of a spell at any given time (Reference Guide, page 11). Looking for more details.
    – boflynn
    Commented Aug 16, 2015 at 20:38

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Page 12 on the rules Reference Guide:

As an action, an investigator can trade any number of possessions with another investigator on his space. The two investigators may freely give any number of possessions to the other, as long as both investigators agree to this trade.

It's basically telling us that you can trade as many items as you want. And since each spell is their own piece of cardboard, you can go ahead and trade those back and forth, since there's nothing that says you can't. Hell, you could trade one clue token for another clue token, since nothing is stopping you.

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