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Re: TOLKIEN CALENDAR COLLECTING
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Hi Urulókë -

Does anyone ever have a compleat collection? In my case, I have (as of this date) catalogued 328 calendars (including the various variants.) And I have (with this last one) 300 of them. A nice round number in any case. I have little hope of collecting some of them (the Russian "Tretya Thema", for instance.) But many are commercial issues that are hard to find for whatever reason (some of the early Minotauro issues from Spain and some of the issues from Poland.) But thanks to your support, I have crossed off at least one "goodie." And because of that one, I heard from its creator (John Pivovarnick, who has recently been in contact with Tom Logan.) So hope springs eternal that its mate will sometime come along.

If you really want to know which ones I need, just check out the entries on my website. Those with no letter following the rarity rating are still to be found. A letter designates its state (x = opened, m = mint, s = signed.)

Speaking of the latter, your package arrived safely and my daughter took her copy home with her last weekend. Thanks! Thoroughly enjoyed bringing that one back home with the signatures on it!

Hope this finds you and yours well.

Away from The Green Hill Country,

Parm

Posted on: 2010/9/15 16:12
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Re: Recent Tolkien events
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Not sure whether anyone's mentioned part two of the geek's page -

http://geeksyndicate.wordpress.com/20 ... -in-the-shire-on-balance/

Posted on: 2010/9/15 13:03


Re: I'm happy anyway . . .
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Awesome! Very happy for you Parmastahir!

Any major holes still in that impressive collection of yours?

Posted on: 2010/9/14 4:08
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FINALLY collected a copy of the LASFS 1968 Shangri l'Affaires Meretricious member art supplement with a copy of the 1969 Tim Kirk calendar tipped in. It's pretty much in a mint state. Am MORE than happy to cross that one off my "to get" list. Woo hoo!

Away from The Green Hill Country,

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Posted on: 2010/9/13 19:07
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Re: Some Moseley Personalities Volume 1
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Reading this thread a couple of days ago, I went to the web site of the Moseley Society and ordered the publication (vol. 1). It just arrived with the mail today, so yes, they still have some volumes left for purchase.

Posted on: 2010/9/13 15:12



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