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laurel wrote:
indeed
I am sure he would throw it in for free if you brought the fireplace at £70,000!



Ugh. The fireplace - Complete junk. I really hope that no one ever buys that piece of worthless scrap.

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I am sure he would throw it in for free if you brought the fireplace at £70,000!

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eBay Item #331762944741

Here is an odd item. The postcard found at the back of fireplace. Ok it is addressed to Tolkien and no doubt he handled it but is it worth more than a nominal amount? Not for me but maybe others think differently?


So either Edith or Ronald read it, and it was lost behind the fireplace. I would value it at about 50 pence, I assume that is what he is asking :)

He wants £795 for it, what a Numpty

The seller thinks it is Lin Carter who sent it, but no provenance is supplied for that suggestion, and I think there were a lot of people in 1960's, whose first name was Lin.

Posted on: 1/26 6:10:45

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