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Re: Lord of the Rings 1 Volume 1994 HarperCollins Hardback
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The odds are good I think, but no doubt they were issued through various outlets.

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Re: Lord of the Rings 1 Volume 1994 HarperCollins Hardback
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Deagol, I notice from your website only one printing of the 1994 Book Club Edition.

What do you think about unpriced HC books being for BCA, like some of the HOME editions?

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My 4th impression doesn't have a price either.
I think there will be a number of variations with printed prices and stickers, just like the HOME volumes issued by HarperCollins.

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Lord of the Rings 1 Volume 1994 HarperCollins Hardback
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I have just aquired a 3rd impression 1994 Lord of the Rings HarperCollins Hardback.

The Dustwrapper is not price-clipped but has no price printed on it. I was very suprised because most of my Tolkien books from the same period, unless Book Club Editions all have printed prices.

Does anyone know if HC were still using price stickers in 1994 and if it has been removed?

Andrew

Posted on: 2009/3/23 11:28


Re: Is there no consistancy in Hardcovers?
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My copy looked like that from when I bought it.

I think when it comes to looking after books, Gollum had the right idea, hating the Sun and living in a cavern under the Misty Mountains

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