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It's a been a while.. but this looks to be very interesting!

http://tolkienandfantasy.blogspot.com ... new-issue-of-orcrist.html

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Thanks for sharing that

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I just saw this in my Facebook feed... Waterstones is selling signed copies of the regular hardback (not deluxe) online for £20.

Link: https://www.waterstones.com/book/9781785173752

I don't plan to get this either because I'll be getting the deluxe for my collection and I don't see the point in having another copy just for the sake of Alan Lee's signature.

I thought of sharing the link in case others hadn't seen it

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I think it all depends, there is a market for signed pieces and this will at least make the book keep value, it won't add monetary value in the same way that others would because as pointed out he is a prolific signer. I myself have no interest in getting a signed copy for the reasons stated here, I won't be there, CoH was a treat because of the personal aspect to it. I can't make any of these signings so I will be happy with unsigned. As I have given up on 'Deluxe' after Kullervo I am quietly pleased that this release is so far costing me €16 for the book and €11 for the 2018 Alan Lee calendar which is a Beren and Luthien one. CoH was such an expensive experience with all the stuff I needlessly bought.

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I agree too. IMO it's not worth the extra effort and money. My deluxe COH signed by Alan Lee was from when I was visiting the US and so it feels personal. Any other Alan Lee signed copy would be good to have but nothing especially significant; and certainly not worth the extra money.

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