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Possibility of another deluxe collection boxset
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After recently finding out that I missed yet another deluxe edition slipcase book and paying a heavy sum to get it (believe it or not. The only one I managed to get at release -- Children of Hurin Deluxe Edition -- I got for 31 USD), I have decided that it was finally time to register at a collector's forum. So here I am :)

Anyhow. What I would be really interested to know is whether Harper Collins hinted at the release of any future deluxe collection set, including all the earlier books.

The last one was released in 2012, if I remember correctly.

Would love to get my hands on a copy of Tales from the Perilous Realm without paying 200-300 quid.

Posted on: 8/9 5:00:46


Re: Signed 1971 Fellowship of the Ring
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Very similar item to the book that my Uncle found, listed on eBay.

eBay Item #400754584972

Posted on: 8/9 4:37:24


Re: Recommendations for Tolkien facsimile dust jackets
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You might try Tolkien Bookshelf. I have one. Good quality.

Posted on: 8/8 14:13:00


Re: Recommendations for Tolkien facsimile dust jackets
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I used Mark Terry at Facsimile Dust Jackets L.L.C. for my US set of LOTR dust jackets and I could not be happier. I would recommend him.

Does anyone know where to buy nice cheap slipcases?

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Posted on: 8/8 10:49:30


Re: Number Line Question
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Khamûl wrote:
Or leave them under the seat of your car...

BH


Sadly, long gone are the days when I could take a couple of firsts of the Peoples of Middle-Earth out for a spin in the Lotus. It would have to be my wife's Mitsubishi Lancer these days. And it ain't a flash one :( :( Plus, I spilled a whole bottle of windscreen wash on the passenger seat a couple of weeks ago. Then I left the window open to air it. And it rained. A Lot.

Oh well, just need to sell the house (taking giant loss which will probably equal about ten 1937 Hobbits) and move back to Australia (which will cost at least 2 1937 Hobbits) where I can actually get a job (for half what I used to get paid) and all will be well with the world again. Kind of. I might be able to upgrade to a 1995 Hyundai then.... Actually, I'll probably have to live in the Hyundai (Note to self - get Hatchback).

Lesson 1: Never let wife make you move country "because she enjoyed it" when she worked there for six months as a relatively new graduate, so anywhere other than the NHS would have seemed great. Just say "NO!!!".
Lesson 2: When failing at lesson 1, definitely don't buy a house
Lesson 3: Especially not one built by Kiwis.
Lesson 4: When your wife tells you she will be able to get a job in the new destination, check she really can get a job in the new destination and won't have to work back where she just left and fly back and forward every two weeks. I wish I was joking.

Now I just need to find some 1937 Hobbits to sell on eBay. There must be some around here somewhere..

Sigh. Etc.

Posted on: 8/8 2:59:05

Edited by Stu on 2014/8/8 4:43:40



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