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Signed Pauline Baynes Book
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A C.S. Lewis book but the signature of my favourite Tolkien illustrator looks fine to me.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/C-S-Lewis-PRINC ... tible?hash=item563a42da20

Posted on: 2010/3/11 11:09


Re: This is getting silly!!!!!!
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Another Higgins letter, can't remember seeing this piece of rubbish before as so many have turned up recently.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/JRR-TOLKIEN-1st ... n_186?hash=item4a9f4df53d

Posted on: 2010/3/11 10:45


Re: Real Joy Hill letters?
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The UK spelling of cheque is used in the letter on the left, so I agree that it is very surprising that the US spelling check is in use in the right letter. I am sure that Joy Hill would not type cheque as check.

There is also nothing really tying these letters to this copy of the book, the letters refer to a signed US copy but they are reproductions and how do we know it is this copy that is referred to?

Posted on: 2010/3/10 11:20


Re: Real Joy Hill letters?
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I was also curious about the publishing date on the book. I would have thought that would have been after 1973, probably 1975 or there abouts. Anyone else have a better date? The signature looks good, but something doesn't seem right. I also agree on the check vs cheque, a little unusual at best.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 8:01


Re: Bodleian Posters?
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Yes, I went; and sadly, there were no posters like that for sale. Shame, really. All we got was a 4-page handout; listing what was on display, with brief write-up on Tolkien on the front page and an equally brief chronology of his life and works on the back page. Nothing fancy.

Posted on: 2010/3/9 13:21



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