Are books, that used to be in the library of congress, worth more than other books?

I have a first edition of French Provincial Cookery by Colette Black.
On the copyright page (under: First Crowell-Collier Press Edition 1963)
it says: Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 63-7148
Does this mean it was in the Library of Congress and does it increase the value?
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