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Limited edition LOTR [1997] and Hobbit [1997]- advice on value please
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Hi,

I have been referred to this forum by some helpful folks at the LOTR Plaza. I am looking to sell a couple of Tolkien books and would like to know what a fair price for them would be.

The books are:

The Lord of the Rings 1997 edition limited to 1000 copies

The Hobbit 1997 edition limited to 600 copies and signed by Alan Lee.

Neither book has been read and both have been stored carefully. I'm in Australia if that makes any difference.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Rohansgirl

Posted on: 2011/9/11 3:30

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I'm guessing most people who want this book have bought it. But for those who haven't, and don't care (within reason) about the condition of their paperbacks (where a nice hardback precedes it), I have a sort-of spare copy that I'm wanting rid of.

PM me if interested in a "like new" copy for negotiable price. (I can throw in a signed bookplate too.)

BH

Posted on: 2011/9/8 15:00
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Re: 10 UK Hardback HOME books
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Indeed. See when you think about it --why would you bother buying the new POD copies?, when you can pick up the older ones (particularly non-1st editions) for so cheap; or at least most of them.

BH

Posted on: 2011/9/8 13:43
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Re: Some fanzine inquiries
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No, not dead. You could ask Carl .

BH

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10 UK Hardback HOME books
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Don't know the seller, but a good starting price for 10 mixed editions (not firsts) of these books, at £99 a lot cheaper than the equivalent POD prices from HarperCollins.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Christopher ... ks_EH&hash=item2a13d73c1d


Posted on: 2011/9/8 10:55



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