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Re: Silmarillion [2004] Bookplate [CT & Nasmith]
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Do you recall whether it sold &/or for what price, Stu?

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Posted on: 4/8 11:21:33
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Re: Rankin/Bass filmstrip of animated The Hobbit
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Thank you. That may be something I do if I can't find someone who wants to buy it (though I could really use the cash :) Beats having it sit around collecting dust when someone out there might really enjoy it.

Posted on: 4/8 8:54:51
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eBay listings submitted on Apr 7
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[ebayblock=231159555463][/ebayblock]

Posted on: 4/7 22:00:08
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Re: Signed letter (Dear Mr Walker)
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It's back again on eBay even though it sold in February:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/J-R-R-TOLKIEN ... tible&hash=item48646331f7

Does anyone else have any issue with the stilted/rushed language used in the letter? It just doesn't read like I imagine Tolkien would write, even were he rushed and not much to be bothered. "I have not now got a recorder" for example.

Posted on: 4/7 16:34:50
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Re: A brief article on book auctions
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It's the condition of the dust-jacket. Finding one that is essentially new after 75 years (especially on that paper stock) is essentially a one in 100,000 chance. At least according to that bidder, and the person who had the bid just under that.

Posted on: 4/7 9:19:26
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